AVCTL JV TENNIS @ Buhler - 10:00AM
WMS 7/8 GOLF (Girls) @ Winfield 10:30AM
VARSITY GOLF @ Hesston - 1:00PM
WMS 6TH GR TRACK @ Caldwell - 1:00PM
JV GOLF @ Tex Consolver 3:00PM
WMS 7/8 TENNIS HERE vs Haysville West - 3:30PM
VARSITY/JV BASEBALL HERE vs CWTR - 4:00PM
VARSITY/JV SOFTBALL HERE vs CWTR - 4:30PM
The WMS and WHS Bands held their SPRING CONCERT Tuesday evening in the WHS Auditorium with a very nice sized crowd on hand. The evening opened with the 6th graders, followed by 7th/8th grades, the WHS Jazz Combo and the finale with the WHS Concert band. Below are pics from all the performances - great job KNIGHTS and CRUSADERS!
WMS 7/8 GOLF @ Sierra Hills
BOYS: Blake Saffell - 1st (1 under par) Team - Wgtn 1st
Defeated 2nd place team (AUGUSTA) by 74 strokes!
5 Knights finish in TOP 10!
GIRLS: Payton Ginter - 2nd / Team - Wgtn 3rd
The WMS 6th Graders were participating Tuesday in the Pheasant Forever and Quail Forever's Youth Pollinator Habitat Program just north of the 9th Street Baseball Diamond. This is the 2nd year for the project, administered by 6th grade Social Studies instructor Brandon Wilmoth...here's a description of what the program is about:
Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever’s Youth Pollinator Habitat Program provides support to over 700 grassroots chapters and their partners across the country to engage youth, families and communities in establishing pollinator habitat projects. The program’s objectives are to increase awareness about declining pollinator populations, educate the general public on the importance of pollinator habitat and establish quality pollinator habitat across the country. The program will provide tools for chapters and their partners to work with local community partners to create habitat projects that involve youth, school and community groups.
Program support includes training on how to plan, plant and manage a pollinator project from start to finish. Additionally, conservation/pollinator curriculum for classrooms, hands-on educational activities and monitoring activities for after the project is established are provided. Project benefits include quality pollinator foraging and nesting habitat, but also opportunities for youth to get outside and gain an appreciation for wildlife and conservation.
POLLINATORS - WIDE VIEW
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WHS JR./SR. PROM 2017
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Loveliest Lady - Shayland French
Gorgeous Guy - DaMoggio Johnson
Cutest Couple - Mekenna Adams and Matthew Mason
Most Unique Tux - Noah Rinehart
Most Unique Dress - Jo Tredway
Coolest Car - Riley Nelson & Trevor Bernd
Unique Ride - Noah Rinehart & Jaycee Schettler
Dakota Lynnes in action Monday at Kueneke Courts out WEST!
The WHS JV Tennis Boys hosted Conway Springs, Derby, El Dorado and Valley Center Monday down at the 9th St. Courts and Kueneke Courts near Eisenhower. Windy but nice otherwise - here are the results: TEAM: Wellington 36, Conway Springs 36, Valley Center 20, Derby 6, El Dorado 0 (Wellington won in a tie-breaker!) #1 Singles Reece Langford 4-0 1st / #2 Singles Hunter Bryant 3-1 2nd / #1 Doubles James Hinman & Avery Rademacher 4-0 1st / #2 Doubles Chance Hamel & Dakota Lynnes 2-2 3rd.
WHS SPORTS BANQUET INFO
"Pot Luck" Banquet scheduled for May 10th!
Therin Frame makes the tag at 2nd in opener vs Mulvane!
It was a SPLIT for the Varsity and JV Boys Thursday down and around Sellers Park. The Crusaders played host to the Mulvane Wildcats and everyone went home with at least partial smiles for the evening. In the varsity opener, down 5-6 in the bottom of the 7th, Cade Phelps busted a walk-off double scoring two runs and the win! In their nightcap, enough "mo" didn't show and the Crusaders were run-ruled in 5 innings, 11-1. Meanwhile, across town, another SPLIT with the Varsity Girls losing in their opener 5-6 but coming back in the nightcap with a 4-3 victory. The JV Boys also SPLIT, 0-4 & 15-0 (run rule 3 innings). No JV Girl report.
COMPLETE GAME STATS vs MULVANE 042017
Both Varsity Baseball and Varsity Softball
WHS BASEBALL / SOFTBALL UPDATE
(vs Winfield Wednesday - NO JV games)
VARSITY BASEBALL BOYS
Game #1 WEL 9 WIN 0
Game #2 WEL 9 WIN 7
In Game #1, Senior Therin Frame pitches a "1 HIT" w/ NO WALKS complete game! In Game #2, down 5-3 going into the 7th, Crusaders explode for 6 runs and the win!
Meet your 2017 WHS Golf Squad / Back L to R: Skyler Crittenden, True DeJarnett, Chance Rogers Middle L to R: Jack Heimer, Ethan Rowley, Jaylen Harris, Ty Wilson Front L to R: Blake Bales, Rylan Blasi, Hayden Baker, Doug Garton.
2017 WHS GOLF TEAM - Large View
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Banks Hinshaw returns volley Wednesday @ 9th St.
The 6th Grade KNIGHTS were in action Wednesday at the 9th St. Tennis Courts, hosting their counterparts from Conway Springs...pics from that event are viewable below.
The Varsity Boys Tennis squad was on the road Tuesday to Circle HS and finished 2nd overall! In #1 Singles Brock Edwards finished 3rd, in #2 Singles Will Long finished 1st. In #1 Doubles, Carson LeGrand & John Long came in 4th and in #2 Doubles, Jaden Adams & Jared Oathout finished strong in 1st! Congrats gentlemen!! Next Varsity action will be on Friday @ Winfield.
The young lady members of the WMS 2017 Golf Team ventured south to Ponca City on Monday for "girls-only golf" action. Team-wise the top 3 finishers were Ponca Red (229), Ark City (243) and Winfield (245) - WMS with just "3" golfers on the day were "1" short for a "team score". Payton Ginter shot 59 and finished 6th and medalled individually. Lauren Bales came in with a 61 and Taylor Heasty a 63 - good showing Lady Knights!!
CRUSADER BASEBALL UPDATE
The Varsity Boys fall to 2-5 on the season, coming up short at Andale (1-8 & 7-12) Thursday evening in a double-header rescheduled from Week #1 of the season due to rain. Next action is on Monday @ Winfield.
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CRUSADER SOFTBALL UPDATE
The Varsity Girls are 4-2 on the season,after splitting at Andale (4-2 & 9-10) Thursday evening in a double-header rescheduled from Week #1 of the season due to rain. Next action is on Monday @ Winfield.
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The WMS Richard Lawrence Relays were held at Haysville Thursday due to TRACK problems at WMS. Congrats to 7th grader Michael Cullens who finished FIRST in two events - 400M and 100M Hurdles. Also claiming GOLD, 7th grader Ali Zeka in two events as well - 100M and Long Jump! The 7th grade 4x100 relay squad ate no one's dust - finishing FIRST - Michael Cullens, Dustyn Schettler, Braeden Ybarra and Jay Ybarra. There were a lot of 2nd and 3rd place finishes *click here* for the KNIGHTS and LADY KNIGHTS - click above for COMPLETE COVERAGE - way to go BIG RED!
The ink was flowing Thursday after lunch at Wellington High School. Senior Victoria Winger signed to CHEER next school year at McPherson College. Present for the ceremony were Victoria's parents Ken and Christy Winger. Also present Gennifer Winger, step-mom. Head Cheer & Dance Coach from McPherson College, Bethny Nicholson was on hand for the signing as well. Congratulations Victoria - we wish you the best!!
JACE LAWRENCE IN AT 39 FOR FIRST!
The winning ways of the WMS GOLF KNIGHTS continued on Thursday, this time on home turf. The middle schoolers hosted teams from Augusta, Winfield, Rose Hill, Ponca City and Ark City out at the Wellington Golf Club for the 9 hole competition. The Boys as a team shot a 167 which was 34 strokes better than 2nd place finisher Augusta (201). Winfield (227), Ponca City (236) and Rose Hill (270) completed that slate. Jace Lawrence shot 39 to finish 1st, followed by teammate Deitrek Gill (40-2nd) and Blake Saffell (42-3rd). Luke Scheufler came in at 46 for 6th, Kenny Fehrman 49 for 10th and Parker Dodds a 64.For the Girls, Wellington placed 4th at (185) ahead of Rose Hill at (225). The top 3 on the Girls side were Winfield (163), Ponca City (165) and Ark City (170). Payton Ginter finished 4th at (53) followed by Lauren Bales (62) and Taylor Heasty (70).
SCCDAT APRIL NEWSLETTER 2017
Sumner County Community Drug Action Team
Wednesday was the 6th or 7th annual WHS SERVICE DAY! 100's of Crusaders fanned out across the community via vans, buses or bipedalistic means - cleaning, sweeping, raking, digging, painting, filing, organizing, cooking and more! The students reconvened at their HOME BASE - WHS, ate lunch together and participated in "student-planned" activities all afternoon, i.e. volleyball, dodgeball, karaoke, a obstacle course and more! Awesome job - this annual event always brings SMILES to the doers and the receivers - we are ONE and this event makes that even more evident!
WAY TO GO CRUSADERS!!
WMS BOYS TENNIS @ ARK CITY
The WMS 7/8 Boys Tennis Team spent much of the day Wednesday in Ark City, a "make-up" tournament postponed last week due to rain. Wellington's Kade Adams went 4-1 on the day at the 12 team tourney, placing 3rd! Carson Rademacher and Jace Barton went 2-2 to finish 9th. Finishing 10th were both Trey Greenlee 1-3 and Justin Norris / Sonny Lipton 1-3.
The WHS Track & Field team was in action Tuesday at Belle Plaine, along with 11 other teams - here are the overall results from the Land of Dragons!Congrats to these CRUSADERS who finished 1st in their respective events: Jaycee Schettler 200M, the Girls 4x100M Relay (Kylie Aufdengartem, Jaycee Schettler, Camryn Ricke and Cassandra Moody), Matthew Mason 100M & Long Jump, Tyler Brown 1600M and Chris Kop Shot Put and Discus! The Wellington Boys finished 2nd as a team, the Wellington Girls 4th.
More success on Tuesday for the Middle School Knight Golfers - in Ponca City, the WMS Golf Team came in 1st out of 11 teams, defeated the 2nd place team by 17 strokes! Congratulations to Coach DeJarnett and the team!!
TEAM RESULTS: WMS 331, Stillwater Gold 348, Ponca City Red 364, Stillwater Blue 386, Winfield 451, Perkins 457, Ark City 460, Ponca City Blue 471, Enid 479, Ponca City White 483, Pawnee 499. Wellington's Blake Saffell (75) finished FIRST!! Awesome job Blake!! Deitrek Gill shot an 84 for 4th, Jace Lawrence and Luke Scheufler shot 86's for 5th and Kenny Fehrman in with a 99. Congratulations KNIGHTS - !!!
The WHS "C" Team Baseball squad hosted Rose Hill Tuesday afternoon at 9th St. It was a sweep for the Crusaders, 7-3, 18-9!
MCKENNA JONES GETTING DUGOUT "PITCH" INSTRUCTIONS
The Varsity and Jr. Varsity Lady Crusader softball squads had their season "HOME" openers Monday evening out at Worden Park. Not a bad evening at all weather-wise, a little windy but just warm enough to make it quite bearable for most of the evening. Mixed results from Field #1 and Field #2 action vs the Lady Orioles of Augusta. In the opener, with Madi Lewellen on the mound, the Lady Crusaders suffered numerous errors resulting in a 6 inning win for the visiting team in orange, 15-4. Much like the BOYS over at HIBBS-HOOTEN, the nightcap was going to be the HOME TEAM's to claim and the Varsity Lady Crusaders did just that with Brooke McCorkle on the mound. Down 10-7 in the bottom of the 7th, Wellington touched home plate 4 times and secured the come from behind victory, final score 11-10! Whew! AWESOME!! The Varsity Lady Crusaders are 3-1 on the season and head to Andale on Thursday for make-up action there. (postponed games from WEEK #1 of the season) The JV Lady Crusaders battled hard and came up short in their opener 3-7. No report on the JV nightcap outcome.
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SENIOR CHANTZ DAUGHERTY SAFE @ 2nd!
The WHS Varsity Baseball squad was in action again at HOME on Monday vs Augusta. The boys in red were hungry for a win after the two tough losses on Friday to Collegiate. Down 6-1 in the bottom of the 7th, the DUKES exploded for 5 runs to tie it up and send it into extra innings. The Crusaders and Orioles would battle for supremacy the next 4 innings when unfortunately the flood gates opened for Augusta and a 9 run 11th inning rally put the 3rd "L" of the season on the DUKES. What a battle though - great effort!! Wellington's fortunes would change in the nightcap - the boys in red, a little peeved perhaps from the outcome of GAME 1, took it to the ORIOLES, run ruling them in 5 innings - final score 11-1! Awesome finish!!
FIRST PLACE HARDWARE FOR "LINKS" NEWBIE!
WHS Junior Hayden Baker, former baseball player in the SPRING until this season, finished FIRST at the Andover JV 9-Hole Golf Invitational on Monday, shooting an awesome 37! Congratulations Crusader!!
KNIGHTS FINISH 1ST BY 34 STROKES!
Congratulations to the Knight and Lady Knight GOLFERS!! The BOYS as a team placed 1st at Ark City Monday and "4" of the BOYS received medals! (Luke Scheufler, Blake Saffell, Deitrek Gill and Jace Lawrence) On the GIRLS side - congrats to Peyton Ginter who finished 3rd and medaled!
KADE ADAMS GOES 6-0 @ HOME MEET!
The WMS 7/8 Knights hosted El Dorado Monday at the 9th St. Courts - winners on the day for WMS were Kade Adams (pictured) in singles, going 6-0, Sonny Lipton also in singles going 6-4. In doubles, Justin Norris and Lipton came out on top 6-2. Congrats to the Knights and the team - keep pluggin' away gentlemen!
The WMS TRACK & FIELD squad
was on the road Monday to Ark City!
The now (1-2) Varsity Crusader Baseball Squad had their season "HOME" opener Friday evening down at Sellers Park. (actually make-up games from 2 days earlier postponed due to rain) The field looks UNBELIEVABLY FANTASTIC - you can check it out in some of the pics below. Unfortunately, Collegiate got the best of the boys in red Friday, winning both contests, 5-1 and 9-1. We'll have GAME STATS when they become available. Next up Augusta on Monday! ((1-2) Varsity Boys HERE / (2-0) JV Boys @ Augusta) The (2-0) Varsity and (?-?) JV Softball squads will have their season "HOME" openers out at Worden Park on Monday as well, also vs Augusta. GO BIG RED!
"LAPTOPS FOR COLLEGE" PROGRAM
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The WHS Boys JV Tennis Squad dominated at the Chaparral JV Tournament Saturday morning! ALL 1st PLACE FINISHES for the Crusaders! #1 Singles Hunter Bryant - FIRST! / #2 Singles James Hinman - FIRST! / #1 Doubles Jared Oathout and John Long - FIRST! / #2 Doubles Dakota Lynnes and Chance Hamel - FIRST! Consequently, the TEAM 1st PLACE TROPHY is now residing in Wellington!! Great Job Crusaders and Asst. Coach Adrian Young!
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CRUSADERS FINISH 3RD in annual HOME INVITE!
The WHS Crusaders Golf Squad hosted a dozen teams or so on Thursday out at Wellington Golf Club with great weather and great results. Andover finished 1st as a team (300), Wellington and Augusta came in at (342), the latter winning a scorecard playoff and 2nd place. WHS's Ty Wilson finished 5th with a 77. Other Crusader totals: Skyler Crittenden 12th (83), True DeJarnett 17th (87), Blake Bales 29th (95), Rylan Blasi 45th (104) and Hayden Baker 54th (111). All totaled there were 63 golfers on the course for the 18 hole event. Check out the 300 or so tournament action pics below and the "COMPLETE" results from Wellington Golf Club Thursday.
GO BIG RED!
The WMS 7/8 Golf Squad saw their first 2017 action Thursday in Augusta. The boys ended up with "3" medalists (Deitrek Gill, Luke Scheufler and Jace Lawrence) and as a team snagged the 1st place trophy! Gill finished FIRST overall at 42, Scheufler THIRD at 43 and LAWRENCE FOURTH at 43. Blake Saffell shot a 45, Kenny Fehrman 54 and Parker Dodds 60. Behind Wellington (173) in the Boys Team Standings: Augusta 204, Winfield 236 and Rose Hill 277. On the GIRLS side team-wise: Ark City 170, Augusta 184, Winfield 191, Wellington 216 and Rose Hill 237. For Wellington, Lauren Bales came in with a 68, Peyton Ginter a 71 and Taylor Heasty a 77. Congrats on a great day KNIGHTS & LADY KNIGHTS! (courtesy pics)
The WMS 7/8 Boys Tennis Team road tripped to Prairie Hills Thursday. Congratulations to Kade Adams and Justin Norris for 6-4 / 7-4 respective wins in SINGLES action. Overall in DOUBLES and SINGLES, Prairie Hills came out on top 13-2. The KNIGHTS will be HOME on Monday vs El Dorado. Action will get underway at 9th St. Courts @ 3:30PM! GO KNIGHTS!
CRUSADER TENNIS 2017
It was Paparazzi Time at the 9th St. tennis courts Wednesday afternoon - check out the team and individual pics of our 2017 Crusader Boys Tennis Team! Great lookin' bunch!!
WMS students Mekhi Haskin-Ybarra, Jeffery Berryman, Alyra Koerner, Maddie Nance, Jensen Lynnes and Shianna Hughes created "book report sandwiches" for Ms. Fairbanks' Reading Class, over their 3rd quarter AR books. Each part of the sandwich explained a different part of the book, ex. the cheese was the character description, the meat was the setting and so on. Very Creative!!
BOOK REPORT SANDWICHES PIC
Mmmmmmm....Book Reports sure taste good!! :)
VARSITY GOLF @ CRESTVIEW COUNTRY CLUB MONDAY
Team Finish - 10th // Ty Wilson 84, Skyler Crittenden 90, Blake Bales 96, Rylan Blasi 99, Hayden Baker 114, Jack Heimer 125. Coach Ginter indicated Ty did finish in the top 20 and the tournament was a good opportunity for our younger golfers to get some varsity and tournament experience. Half of the squad competing on Monday were doing so in their first ever varsity tournament.
The WHS TRACK TEAM had their opening season action Friday at the Clearwater HS Participation Meet. It was a "bit" chilly and windy but not too bad - our athletes performed well - the Crusaders earned "7" 1st place finishes and several 2nd place - (Seniors Matthew Mason (3) and Chris Kop (2) accounted for "5" of the "7" GOLDS) - enjoy the pics!
WHS TRACK TEAM 2017 PIC
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200M HEAT w/ "6" CRUSADERS PIC
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WHS Senior Morgan Hain signed to play SOFTBALL with Tabor College in Hillsboro this coming school year. Present with Morgan at the signing Thursday at WHS were Morgan's parents Ryan and Kelly Hain, sister Hunter, Coach Suzanne Unruh from Tabor College and Morgan's summer Coach Shawn DeJarnett. Congratulations Morgan - everyone wishes you the BEST!!
Congratulations to WHS Senior Jaycee Schettler! Jaycee was 1 of 6 who submitted entries for the PROJECT PROM T-SHIRT DESIGN and her entry was selected as the winner! For her efforts, Jaycee won $50 from the PROJECT PROM COMMITTEE and she is seen in picture receiving that $$$ award from Project Prom Rep. Amy Norris! Great design Jaycee! Awesome Job! PROM and PROJECT PROM are just 3 short weeks away! (April 22nd) - the school year is flying by!!
A Driver Education course will be offered this summer for students who have completed their eighth grade year of school and who will be 14 years of age by May 31, 2017, but not yet 21 years of age by September 1, 2017.
Enrollment will be limited to the first 112 students who complete the enrollment procedure. Sessions will be offered from June 5 - June 30 for the first session and the second session is July 6 -July 30.Cost of the course is $150 (one hundred fifty dollars) for in–district students and $200 (two hundred dollars) for out-of-district students. This fee is non-refundable once students have begun their behind-the-wheel training. No fees will be waived for this course.
CRUSADER BASEBALL / SOFTBALL UPDATE
from El Dorado
WHS SENIOR WILL LONG
The Varsity Boys Tennis squad opened their season Tuesday, here at HOME at the 9th St. Courts and H.A. Kueneke Courts near Eisenhower Elementary, hosting Augusta, Eisenhower, El Dorado and Kingman. Results were as follows - #1 Singles- Brock Edwards took 2nd place going 3-1, #2 Singles- Will Long took 1st place going 4-0, #1 Doubles of Jaden Adams/Carson LeGrand took 3rd place going 2-2 as did #2 Doubles of Avery Rademacher/Reece Langford. Team wise, Goddard Ike won with 26 points, Wellington 2nd with 22, El Do 3rd with 18, Kingman 4th with 12 and Augusta 5th with 2.
"PRIDE & PREJUDICE" - THU / FRI / SAT @ WHS!
The CRUSADERS OF THE STAGE present their spring play production this Thursday, Friday and Saturday! "PRIDE AND PREJUDICE"- In this adaptation of Jane Austen's beloved novel, Elizabeth Bennet lives with her mother, father and sisters in the English countryside. As the eldest, she faces mounting pressure from her parents to marry. When the outspoken Elizabeth is introduced to the handsome and upper-class Mr. Darcy, sparks fly. Although there is obvious chemistry between the two, Darcy's overly reserved nature threatens the fledgling relationship. Curtain goes up all "3" evenings at 7PM. Adult Tickets Advanced $6 / At the Door $8. Student / Senior Tickets Advanced $4 / At the Door $6. Contact Dorathea Kelly at WHS for advance tickets! email@example.com
YOUR 2017 WHS VARSITY SOFTBALL GIRLS! GO BIG RED!
Meet your 2017 Lady Crusader Softball Team! The Lady Crusaders will open on the road Tuesday at El Dorado. First HOME action, still a few games away. Have a GREAT SEASON LADY CRUSADERS & COACHES!
2017 LADY CRUSADER SOFTBALL TEAM - Larger File
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YOUR 2017 WHS VARSITY BASEBALL BOYS! GO BIG RED!
The 2017 WHS Crusader Baseball Team assembled Thursday morning before practice to pose for a few individual and team pics as the 2017 season gets ready to get underway. The Crusaders will open on the road this coming Tuesday at El Dorado. First HOME action, well a few games away but they're coming!! Have a GREAT SEASON DUKES & COACHES!
Wichita Eagle and Topeka Capital Journal
4A 1ST TEAM ALL STATE:
Wichita Eagle and Topeka Capital Journal
4A HONORABLE MENTION ALL STATE:
WHS 2017 ROTARY HONOREES - McCue Courtesy Photo
Back row (L to R): Trevor Bernd, Brock Edwards, Will Long, Carson LeGrand, Coewen Rains, Jaycee Schettler, Peighton Westmoreland
Middle row (L to R): Mallory Barker, Ashley Ewing, Laken Kimball, Madison Lewellen, Stephanie Bristow, Matthew Sinnett, Jo Tredway
Front row (L to R): Kelsie Haydon, Kayma Brand, Brecken Lawrence, Morgan Hain, Kassidy Harriger
LARGER VIEW - WHS AWARD WINNERS
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WMS 2017 ROTARY HONOREES - McCue Courtesy Photo
Back-Back Row: Rylee Rusk, Zac Saffell, Kayleigh Smalley, Gabby Stout
Back Row: (left to right) Colin Green, Kenny Fehrman, Kade Adams, Lexi Clift, Calli Hatfield, Katy Kenemore, Katrina Dvorak, Kaity Kreifels, Taylor Heasty, Luke Scheufler
Front Row: Alyssa Nichols, Olivia Brand, Brookelyn Buckner, Emma Dillon, Abby Tredway, Michaela Adkins-Washington, Aidan Young
LARGER VIEW - WMS AWARD WINNERS
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LIONS CLUB 2017 HONOREES - WHS Yearbook Courtesy Photo
"12" WHS Juniors were chosen as the 2017 Lions Award Winners in a ceremony held Wednesday morning at WHS. Those being honored were: BACK ROW L TO R: Logan Jones, Ian Groom, Hudson Ramirez, Arlis Troutman, Jaden Adams, Max Scott. FRONT ROW L TO R: Mekenna Adams, Gracie Fink, Kialee LeValley, Chaney Leonard, Braydon Jackson, Adrianna Young. (courtesy photo - WHS Yearbook)
CONGRATULATIONS CRUSADERS! AN AWESOME GROUP FOR SURE!!
LARGER VIEW - LIONS AWARD WINNERS
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SENIOR CHRIS KOP - 305 LB. "CLEAN"!
It was annual WHS LIFT-A-THON time Monday evening out at the high school. The small gym was full of weightlifting equipment, student athletes and fans as lifting demonstrations kept all spectators glued to the action on the floor as Coach Aguilar and Coach Foley announced each lifter's upcoming attempts, personal bests, etc..check out the pics below!
The official tally won't be known until early this week but the WHS NHS Blood Drive held this past Friday at the school appears to have had over 50 units of blood donated during the 5 hour or so event! That's great students - your efforts are most commendable!!