Tattoos are a great way for people to express themselves. Tatted up members of WHS show off and explain the meaning behind their ink.
Cheer to compete at state
The Wabaunsee cheer squad will be competing at state for the first time Saturday.
Tennis ends season at regionals
The tennis team ended its season at regionals Saturday, with a doubles team finishing just shy of a trip to state. The team finished in a tie for 6th out of 11 teams.
‘Smash Hits’ Vince and Larry to visit WHS football game
For the first time in four years, Crash Dummies Vince and Larry are returning to WHS. S.A.F.E. (Seatbelts are for Everyone) has brought the duo back to promote seatbelt safety and increase awareness of the club’s work.
Charger tennis opens with third-place finish at Wamego
Charger tennis opened the season Thursday with a third place finish behind Topeka and Wamego at the Wamego invite.
Tennis enters season with experienced squad
Tennis coach Brendan Praeger has high hopes going into the 2022 tennis season. The numbers have increased this year with some competitive returning players.
Tennis season ends at regionals
Although the WHS tennis season ended in regionals last week, coach Brendan Praeger said there was still a lot to celebrate this year. “Outside of one senior who had played for four years, we had a very inexperienced team this year, with three freshmen and three players who had played very little varsity. They made tremendous strides throughout the season and were all competitive at the end of the season,” Praeger said.
Ready for regionals | Tennis team prepares for postseason meet at Hillsboro
The tennis team travels to Hillsboro Friday to compete in this year’s regional competition. The meet takes place Friday and Saturday, with the majority of the small team competing. Senior Mayah Mumpower and junior Baylie Tharman will compete in singles, while freshmen Meredith Denton and Ava Huske will join senior Sarah Vanstory and junior Danielle Murphy in doubles.
Small tennis squad starts season with strong singles performance
The tennis team opened its season Thursday at Wamego, with both singles players bringing home medals. Senior Mayah Mumpower went 4-0 to place first in #1 singles and sophomore Baylie Tharman went 2-2 to finish second in #2 singles. Though the team numbers are a little lower than usual, coach Brendan Praeger sees this as an opportunity to improve. “We graduated 7 people, so initially we dealt with small team issues. As we continued, this pushed players to work harder. These players can just get in more reps, and I’ve seen the younger players improve a lot more quickly than in previous seasons.”