Girls track completed an historic performance Saturday at state, finishing second as a team for the first state trophy in school history.
Three students founded a new student club, “Rooted in Christ,” with hopes that girls at Wabaunsee High School, who want to grow in their relationship with God, will join in trying to make the school a more positive place.
The WHS drama class will perform its spring play May 7. The murder mystery-comedy “The Alibis" follows Detective Casey Neptune and her butler Warwick as they try to figure out who murdered billionaire J. Leslie Arlington.
Former K-State football safety Ty Zimmerman spoke to WHS Fellowship of Christian Athletes and community members March 22.
Slide Show: The WHS drama club performed “The Most Amazing Christmas Play Series in the Entire History of the World" by Don Zolidis Saturday evening.
Girls cross country concluded its successful season on Saturday in Victoria with a 6th place finish as a team and two individual medalists.
Jude Meseke and Madisyn Havenstein join AJ Grutsch and Lauren Schutter to discuss their time at Alma's big autumn attraction: Little Munchkins Pumpkin Patch!
It was a big weekend for girls cross country with the first regional championship in 27 years. WHS had three individual medalists with Payton Wurtz finishing 2nd, Rebekah Stuhlsatz finishing 3rd, and Sophia Castillo finishing 7th.
The Girls Cross Country team walked away from the Mid-East League meet in Riley as champions — three ladies finishing within the top 10. Freshman Peyton Wurtz finished first with a time of 20:13, making her the first individual champion since Maddie Hess in 2016. Junior Rebekah Stuhlatz and Sophomore Sophia Castillo finished fourth and seventh respectively.
The cross country team opened up its season Saturday, running on a rather rainy morning in Silver Lake. For the girls team, freshman Payton Wurtz had a great opening run, taking 2nd place in her first high school meet with a time of 20:59. Junior Rebekah Stuhlsatz took 6th at 22:54. These two are looking to be a dynamic running duo — Stuhlsatz having state experience her freshman and sophomore years of high school already, placing 11th in 2019 and 14th in 2020. “I want to go to state this year, but I really want the whole team to go with me. I also want to crack the top-10 at state this year,” Stuhlsatz said.