Seneca Valley students, Germantown community pay tribute to Christina Morris-Ward, teen who was struck, killed while walking to school.
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Wednesday, November 7, 2012
Thursday, November 1, 2012
Christina Morris-Ward was a sophomore at Seneca Valley High School
(Updated 2:15 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 31) GERMANTOWN—Seneca Valley High School is mourning the death of sophomore Christina Morris-Ward, who was fatally struck by a car as she walked to school Wednesday morning. “The first thing I thought when I was notified this morning was to take a moment of prayer,” said Seneca Valley Principal Marc Cohen, who knew Morris-Ward during his tenure as Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School’s principal. “We didn't know right away that it was one of our students, but we did know where it happened.” According to Montgomery County police, Morris-Ward, 15, of the 18700 block of Sparkling Water Drive, was in the process of crossing Germantown Road when she was struck by a 2010 Ford Fusion travelling north on a green…
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Christina Morris-Ward, 15, was struck by a car on Germantown Road, near Wisteria Drive, according to Montgomery County Police Cpt. Paul Starks.
Monday, October 1, 2012
The county's top-ranked team is undefeated no more as Seneca Valley defeated Quince Orchard, 12-9.
A slew of early-season injuries finally caught up with the Quince Orchard High School Cougars. Ranked as the top team in Montgomery County football and playing without its starting quarterback, the Cougars offense was stymied by Germantown rival Seneca Valley as the Screaming Eagles upset the Gaithersburg school, 12-9, on Friday night. “We had to shock the world,” Seneca Valley senior wide receiver James Jones-Williams told The Gazette. “We had to prove something. And that's what we did. ... There was no way they were going to — they hadn't played a physical team yet. We were the first physical team they played.” The Cougars, who will face Whitman at home this week following its first loss since the 2011 state title game, aren't going to …
Friday, September 7, 2012
Edges Northwest-Seneca Valley, the Battle for Germantown.
For the second week in a row, Watkins Mill football support poured in to upset a marquee matchup in the Patch Montgomery County Football Game of the Week Poll. With 41 percent of the vote, Watkins Mill-Damascus will be featured as the Patch Game of the Week. Gaithersburg-Springbrook was second with 18 percent and the highly anticipated Battle for Germantown between Northwest and Seneca Valley finished third with 13 percent. The Wolverines are coming off a 42-14 win over Poolesville in Week 1 and head coach Kevin Watson said a win over Damascus would be a breakthrough win for his program. PREVIEW: Watkins Mill v. Damascus Damascus (1-0) is coming off a 41-6 drubbing of Clarksburg. The Gazette's No. 3-ranked team scored all of its points in …
Thursday, March 22, 2012
Shane Soghomonian sets a school record with 9 goals as Watkins Mill blows past Seneca Valley 13-1.