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SENIOR Noah Suggs and Debo Ogunremi, ‘22, stand on the sidelines observing the game while also following the new rules and regulations that were established due to the pandemic.

Fall sports resume with new restrictions

Hajra Munir, Sports Section Editor
October 8, 2020
The WHHS women’s rugby team poses with their trophy after defeating St. Joseph Academy from Cleveland.

Women’s rugby team proves their place

Mackienzee Rasheed
March 5, 2020
Wrestler Erin Martin, ‘22, standing with her coach, Matt Lindsay, after winning her first match at Moeller. Martin defeated a male opponent from Anderson High School.

Athletes create new possibilities for women in sports

Bobby Keegan, Managing Editor of Student Life
March 5, 2020
Barry Bates, ‘21, swims butterfly at a meet at WHHS. Bates honed the skill at practice. “Swimming really depends on how much the swimmer wants to get out of practices ... but all comes together with the team in the end too,” Sakura Adachi, ‘23, said.

Swimming to success

Kate Stiens, Opinions Section Editor
February 20, 2020
SENIOR Darian Burgin helps up teammate, Sydney Sheppard, during their game against Turpin. The Lady Eagles defeated the Spartans 66-20, Burgin had four blocks and four    assists.

Burgin soars high as a Lady Eagle

Bobby Keegan, Managing Editor of Student Life
February 20, 2020
SENIOR Aaron Sequeria committed to swim for Stanford University's class of 2024.  He plans to swim for all of his college years and even continue farther. “I hope to get as far as I can, maybe even stand on the Olympic podium someday,” Sequeria said.

Sequeria swims to success

Brooklyn Shafer, Style & Culture Writer
February 13, 2020
For all the championships, game-winning shots and career accolades, Kobe Bryant may be best remembered for his legendary work ethic. “Great things come from hard work and perseverance. No excuses,

Remembering Kobe’s legendary mentality

Will Fitton
January 30, 2020
SENIOR Aniyah Brown, who won the MVP title, races toward the hoop for a layup against Seton High School’s women’s varsity basketball team. The WHHS women’s basketball team participated in a tournament this past winter break in North Carolina. They played three games, winning all three, and then the whole tournament. “It was a team effort! I had a good time,” Alana Tolentino, ‘21, said.

‘From the bench to the floor’

Mackienzee Rasheed
January 29, 2020
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