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The Cincinnati Reds are the oldest professional baseball team in the world, founded in 1881. The team is celebrating its 150th season this year.

Reds call up Nick Senzel, make roster moves

Bobby Keegan, Managing Editor of Student Life
May 15, 2019
The WHHS Nuthouse came out in full force for many of the fall and winter sports, including boys football. Spring sports are pushing for this same level of attendance at games.

Spring sports attendance woes

Alonna Johnson, Managing Editor of Student Life
April 29, 2019
SENIORS Bengy Mitchell and Andrew Van Landuyt and Georgia Goering, ‘20, and Anijah Triggs, ‘20, all look ahead to achieving their individual and team goals for their upcoming spring seasons.

A spotlight on spring sports

Alonna Johnson, Managing Editor of Student Life
April 16, 2019
The WHHS Bowling Team has been determined to remain positive throughout their 2019 season. The team is led by head coach Ryan Worthen as they aim to lift each other up individually and as a team.

Bowling team strikes out negativity

Jackson Dunbar, Sports Writer
February 26, 2019
SENIORS Ike and Ander Weyand-Geise are pictured with Coach Estevan Molina after Senior Night on Jan. 9.

Pin it to win it, WHHS Wrestling

Jackson Dunbar, Sports Writer
February 12, 2019
Rowan Chatterjee, ‘20, torpedoes through the water at a swim meet against Loveland High School on Dec. 11.  He swam the butterfly stroke as part of WHHS’s 200 yard medley relay, along with Clovis Dufourg, ‘21, Alex Krietemeyer, ‘20 and Xavier Reblando, ‘22. The medley team finished in second place in this race with a time of 1:45.97.

The swim to success

Alonna Johnson, Managing Editor of Student Life
January 29, 2019
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