Category: Athletics

Varsity Squash Ends Season at MAST Invitational

Charles Innes ’22 Woodberry’s Varsity Squash team wrapped up their season at the Individual Mid Atlantic Squash Tournament this past Saturday.  The Tigers finished 9-7 in league play and 9-9 on the season. Varsity Squash started off the season strong advancing to 5-2 after an impressive win against […]

Swim Team Hosts NCAA Invitational

Audric Gupton ’20 Reed Shemwell ’21 Last weekend, the Tigers hosted the 2019 NCAA Invitational as their second to last meet of the season. The meet followed an NCAA format that highlighted events such as the 1000 free and the 400 IM. Woodberry’s first splash was big as […]

Woodberry Hosts Mid-Atlantic Squash Tournament

Charles Innes ’22 Woodberry’s Varsity Squash hosted five teams at the 2019 Mid-Atlantic Squash Tournament this past Saturday.  St. Anne’s Belfield, St. Christophers, Potomac High School, Episcopal High School, and Wakefield School all attended.   The tournament began bright and early Saturday morning.  After cancellations by Mercersburg Academy […]

Climbing Competition against Episcopal

Max Weaver ’19 This past Saturday, the Woodberry Varsity climbing team handily defeated Episcopal 213-190.  Coming off a victory against the Maroon the previous week in top-roping, the Woodberry climbers were antsy to pummel EHS a second time. But this competition meant even more to the Tigers, for this one […]

10 Tigers Receive All-State Recognition

Taft Gantt ’20 The Varsity Football team might have finished its season over two months ago, but awards are still being passed out. Today, All-State recognition was announced and 10 Tigers made the list. First Team All-State: Bill Clark, DL Mathieu Masse-Pelletier, SS/LB Kyle Bilodeau, TE DeQuece Carter, WR Second Team All-State: John Harris, […]

The Diving Tigers’ Invitational

Audric Gupton ’20 and Reed Shemwell ’21 The Aquatic Tigers hosted the Peter Browne Ruffin Invitational last Saturday. The Saint Joseph’s High School Falcons of Metuchen NJ, Mr. Guldin’s alma mater, won first place with 602 points. The Tigers held second place with 489 and Norfolk took third with 342. Jack Stelter ‘20 […]