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WHS Bowling team topples competitors at Tower Classic Tournament

Flor Gonzalez, Staff Reporter

December 11, 2017


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  On Dec. 9 the WHS bowling team traveled to Tacoma and competed in the Tower Classic tournament. They competed against 14 schools and ended up in fifth place with a total of 3,338 pins beating out schools like,Cascade, Eisenhower, Olympic and Skyview. Top scores for this tournament went to Fres...

Panther football falls to Grizzlies, 40-7

Panther football falls to Grizzlies, 40-7

Marc Hernandez, Staff Reporter

September 25, 2017


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The Wenatchee Panthers fell to the Sunnyside Grizzlies 40-7 on Friday, September 23 in the Apple Bowl. Wenatchee had a hard time making stops on defense throughout the night, with the first play of the game resulting in a touchdown for the Grizzlies. “Last night’s game was frustrating, we executed the run game...

Wenatchee football looks internationally for first win

Marc Hernandez, Staff Reporter

September 17, 2017


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    Wenatchee football bounced back from a two-week losing streak with a dominant 38-7 victory over Mount Boucherie on Friday, September 15 in the Apple Bowl. Wenatchee's defense held strong shutting down Mount Boucherie, allowing no points through the first three quarters.     “I think everything...

Wenatchee tennis dominates district championship

Brooklyn Vickery, Staff Reporter

May 19, 2017


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The WHS tennis team came out strong in the district championships tournament this on Monday, with junior Jack Yount winning the title of district champion title in singles and the team of seniors. Tobi Butler-Isaiah Banken taking the doubles district title home The girls doubles team Kaylynn Noyd-Anna ...

Panthers push past first round of state play

Sophia Dillon, Staff Reporter

May 17, 2017


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The Wenatchee boys soccer team relived the final round of last year’s state tournament with a 1-0 win over Tahoma at the Apple Bowl last night, punching its ticket for the WIAA 4A state quarterfinals. The game-winning goal was scored by freshman Carlos Viramontes, with an assist from Daniel Reyes....

Wenatchee soccer tops Eisenhower

Sophia Dillon, Staff Reporter

May 12, 2017


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The Wenatchee High School boys varsity soccer team dominated their District 6 4A contest against Eisenhower on Tuesday, May 9, 3-0. The three goals were scored by senior Matt Springer, and juniors Daniel Reyes and Orlando Howe. Springer’s goal was a flip throw that soared through the goalkeeper’s hands. Reyes’ go...

Wenatchee seniors sign to college athletic commitments

Wenatchee seniors sign to college athletic commitments

Sylvia Hwang, Sports Editor

April 21, 2017


Filed under Photo Gallery, Showcase, Sports

Five Wenatchee High School seniors that will be on college athletic commitments next year came together on April 19 at WHS to discuss their futures and celebrate their hard work in their respective sports. The five seniors honored were Isabelle Dressel and Jessica Wierzbicki from girls swim and dive,...

Boys golf tops CBBN

Kaia St. John, Staff Reporter

April 20, 2017


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The Wenatchee boys Varsity golf team placed first out of seven teams at Moses Lake in the No. 4 Columbia Basin Big Nine pod. They lead by eight points with West Valley in second. Out of 36 competitors, junior Jerrod Bishop, lead the team in fourth place and senior Cody Walton placed fifth. Both...

Wenatchee swim and dive takes league championship

Jessica Wierzbicki, Online Editor

January 30, 2017


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The Wenatchee boys swim and dive team took first out of six teams at the Columbia Basin Big 9 League Championship at Moses Lake on Jan. 26. This meet also served as a dual meet between the Panther boys and Moses Lake team, in which Wenatchee also took home a win with a score of 102-84. Familia...

Wenatchee bowler qualifies for State competition

Sylvia Hwang, Sports Editor

January 25, 2017


Filed under Sports

The Wenatchee girls bowling team placed fourth out of four teams at the regionals bowling match this afternoon at Eastmont Lanes. The Panthers will not be advancing to State as a team. However, one Wenatchee bowler, sophomore Jessica Holbrook, qualified for State as an individual. Wenatc...

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