Spring Sports Preview


Taylor Jones

At C. Milton Wright, spring sports are waited on by many students. The school offers Lacrosse (boys and girls), Track and Field, Tennis, Baseball, and Softball. Tryouts for these sports began on March 1 and went on for 3-4 days depending on the sport. When teams are created this is where things get interesting, many students who are fans of these sports are asking: How are we going to do this year? We have many talented athletes at C. Milton Wright, so fans are anxious how we are going to do this year.

Boys Lacrosse

Boys Lacrosse is a huge spring sport for many students, including athletes at C. Milton Wright. For the 2022 Spring Season for Boys Lacrosse, they lost 6 games and won 8 games making their overall 57%-win rate.

Upcoming Varsity Junior Cayden Ruleau says, “I think we are going to be really good this year, we have a tough schedule, but we have a pretty solid team this year, and our defense is amazing, I’m thinking we have an 89%-win rate.”

Girls Lacrosse

Girls Lacrosse is another huge spring sport for many students, For the 2022 spring season for girls’ lacrosse, they lost 3 games, one of them being the regional finals, and won 10 games, making their overall a 77%-win rate.

Varsity player Emma Jankowiak states “I think we’re going to do good this year, we did lose our seniors, but we have a good starting team. I believe our win rate is going to be 87% this year.”

Track and Field

Milton Wright’s track-and-field did an outstanding job last year for the 2022 season. Katie Mcnesby set a school record for pole jumping with an exciting 11ft jump. Sophia Skinner ended her season with an outstanding time of 2:25 for the 800-meter run at states. Sarah Kroedel ended her season qualifying for state champions in the 100 hurdles. Ellie Bassham ran a 12:01 and qualified for state championships. Ashton Tolson proved he was one of the best runners in the state of Maryland and showed an amazing performance for the 3200-meter run in the state championships. Ian Doherty ran an incredible 4:36 in the 1600-meter run, making him one of the best runners in Maryland. Tim Kolawole qualified for state championships for high jumping. Alex Reimert proved he was one of the best hurdlers in the UCBAC conference.

Head coach Donnie Mickey feels optimistic about this year’s team.

“We have the largest team that we have had since Covid.  With a mixture of newcomers and returners, we hopefully will show improvement,” Mickey said. “Our goal is always to try and qualify as many athletes as possible for the state track and field championships.”


Tennis last year for C. Milton Wright did an outstanding job with overall placements. Frances Ceballos in the girl’s singles landed second place, Emily Moaddel and Caroline Galant in girls doubles landed second place, Colin Blanton and Jacob Kegley landed first place and were state champions, Deron Zhu and Emma Sheridan for the mixed doubles landed third place.

“I am confident we can repeat as regional champion and attend state championships,” head coach Shao says. “We have 4 seniors who graduated from last year and we will have a new team this season.”


Baseball, being one of the biggest sports in the country, is a well-known sport at C. Milton Wright. For the 2022 Spring Season for Boys Baseball, they won 11 games and lost 9 making their overall a 55%-win rate.

Senior Cameron Powers states “we lost all the seniors, meaning this season is going to be tricky. I don’t believe we are going to be as successful as we were last year.”.


For the 2022 Spring Season for Girls Softball, they won 2 games and lost 16 making their overall an 11%-win rate.

Varsity player, Savannah Delp “I think we’re going to do pretty well this year with the lineup we have compared to last year, I believe we are going to win at least 10 of our games.”, so our softball girls should be feeling confident!