WHS drama is less than a week away from hitting the stage. On Saturday, the drama class will perform scenes from “Nothing Serious” by Rich Orloff.
The Chargers handled the Belle Plaine Dragons easily Thursday, winning 54-13. The Chargers got off to a hot start, forcing a safety on the second play from scrimmage. The Chargers built on to lead 54-0 at half.
WHS students and staff love scary movies. We asked a few of them to share their favorite horror experiences and recommend some of their favorites.
The Chargers upset the Smith Center Redmen, ranked #2 by KPreps in 1A, Friday, 40-38. “I’m very proud of the players, they fought hard, battled back and won a tough game,” head coach Jess Rutledge said.
250 rushing yards in an entire season would be impressive for our typically struggling football team.
Eighth grade running back Miguel Hernandez hit that mark in the first half of the opening game against St. Marys.
The football team is off to a promising start, with a current record of 4-2 and a combined total of 176 points in 6 games.
“This season has been great,” eighth grader Zach Frank said. “It feels like a completely different team. The leadership and team chemistry are definitely a lot better than last year.”