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Posted 03/30/2015 01:58PM

Kathryn Maloney ’17 completed 6 hours of shooting baskets to support the Middle School boys of The Washington Jesuit Academy (the Panthers). The mission of the Washington Jesuit Academy is to provide a high quality and comprehensive education to boys from low-income communities, offering them a safe, rigorous academic setting and advancing their spiritual, intellectual, emotional and physical growth.

Kathryn is calling her project, P4P - Points for Panthers. On March 28, Kathryn was in the SR gym and made 2500 baskets out of 3259 attempts, for a whopping 76.7%! Please visit Kathryn’s web page to learn more about P4P (http://kmaloney25.wix.com/points4panthers). Kathryn is a shining example of Goal III, social awareness which implies into action.

Posted 03/30/2015 11:15AM
The Gazette mentions Stone Ridge lacrosse in their lacrosse preview. Stone Ridge is coming off an 11-7 season and brings most of its starters back and adds several talented underclassmen with the goal of finishing fourth or better in the Independent School League AA, coach Kara Thiede said. The Gators are competing with several other county ISL A/AA teams including Holy Child, Bullis, and Holton-Arms.

“I think we’ve added some nice pieces,” Thiede said. “Freshmen that have shown a lot of potential.”

Posted 02/18/2015 12:03PM

The Stone Ridge club equestrian team's season culminated with a successful show on Sunday, February 8 at Oatland Stables in Brookeville, MD.  There were 20 schools represented at the JV Show with 86 riders competing in three divisions. Stone Ridge had three riders representing the Gators, one in the Novice division and two in the Maiden division. 

Anna Stallings '20 placed in all of her classes, receiving two 2nd place ribbons and a 4th place finish in the Novice division. 

Caroline Hwang '21, in her first show for the Gators, received a 1st place and a 4th place finish in her Maiden classes.

Fiona Moriarty '19 rode well on a challenging mare and the connection she showed with her horse was beautiful to watch. 

(Fiona Moriarty '19)

(Anna Stallings '20 and Coach Heidi Johnson) 

(Coach Heidi Johnson, Caroline Hwang '21, and Bridget Scalia '19)

Posted 02/12/2015 11:20AM

Elizabeth Shrout '15, Lizzy Young '16, and Nicole Gaisford '17 competed in the USA Field Hockey Disney Showcase at the ESPN Wild World of Sports complex last week with 96 teams from across the country.  Their team, the Washington Wolves, placed 4th in their pool and is currently ranked 15th in the Nation for U19 Field Hockey. Congratulations to Elizabeth, Lizzy, and Nicole! Go Gators!


(Nicole Gaisford '17, Elizabeth Shrout '15, and Lizzy Young '16)

Posted 01/29/2015 09:40AM

The varsity soccer team, along with head coach Kati Jo Spisak, was recognized at the upper school assembly this morning as the athletic department unveiled their Soccer ISL-A Division Co-Championship Banner. Congratulations varsity soccer!

Posted 01/28/2015 11:26AM

The Bethesda school's top shooter has been sophomore guard Kathryn Maloney, whose 25 3-pointers rank third in Montgomery County. Read more from The Gazette.

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