Tennis enters the season with hopes to return some players to state and no large changes in protocols due to Covid-19. WHS hits the courts at 3 p.m. Thursday in Wamego. The Charger interviewed head coach Brendan Praeger and seniors Kendyl Bolinder and Reagan Feyh.
On March 17, Governor Kelly made the decision to close all Kansas school facilities for the remainder of the year, ending the 2020 track season before it ever began. Track had high hopes for this season, with several returning state qualifiers and medalists, and upperclassmen who “set the tone for what was expected,” according to head coach Roger Alderman.
For episode two of “Cooking with the Charger,” newspaper adviser Brendan Praeger teams up with his son Logan to make French toast. As always, be sure to wash your hands well before cooking.
Mr. Praeger joins seniors Kaytlyn Meseke and Laurel Barber remotely to discuss the school closing due to COVID-19, the impending transition to online learning and how to pass the time while social distancing.
Charger adviser Brendan Praeger joins Laurel, Adam and Falisha to discuss the top Charger sports stories of 2019. Check out the Charger podcast for a list of top news stories of the year.
Kaytlyn Meseke, @kaytlyn_nelle WHS tennis ended the season at a difficult regional tournament Friday at Hesston. The Chargers highest seeded player, junior Autymn Schreiner, fell just short of a state appearance. Schreiner was seeded number six at regionals and her first match was against Ashten Halls from Sabetha. Schreiner defeated Halls with a score of 9-1... Continue Reading →