Cade Oliver, a multi-sport standout, officially signed to play football at Washburn University in a ceremony Monday.
The Charger football season ended Friday evening with a 33-44 loss to Lyndon in regionals. Here is a by-the-numbers story of an incredible season.
Assistant coaches Cara Miller and Mitchell Wertzberger are essential keys to their respective team’s successes through coaching, but recently they were keys to success as players too.
The WHS football team had an explosive start to the playoffs Thursday evening, defeating the now 0-8 Northern Heights Wildcats 68-0.
As the Chargers prepare to play Northern Heights in the Bi-District football game tonight, we look back to 1997, the last time the Chargers finished with a winning record.
Charger football ended an exceptional regular season last week with a dramatic 45-40 win over Centralia. “It was amazing. I knew that they were really good. When we took a knee to run out the clock it was a phenomenal feeling,” sophomore Zach Frank said.
Charger football secured its first winning season since 1997 with a 49-0 win over Horton Friday night. “It’s awesome. It’s incredibly fun and very exciting to see the kids get that accomplishment,” coach Jess Rutledge said.
Wabaunsee football is kicking off its season tonight with high expectations. Seniors Cade Oliver, Brayden Meseke, Caden Yonke, and Aiden Boeckman return a lot of experience to this squad, and plan to propel the team forward. “We are the leaders of the team; most of us have played for four years and know what we’ve got to do to be successful,” Meseke said. “It’s on us to hold the team and ourselves accountable.”
On October 7, 2011 the Charger football team was 0-5 headed into its rivalry game with the Mission Valley Vikings. The Chargers put together their best game of the season, earning their first win 21-7. The Chargers kick off the season 7 p.m. Friday night at Mission Valley High School.