Tuesday, the baseball and softball teams each brought their seasons to an end after a well-fought battle to continue campaigns for state.
Baseball sweeps Burlingame, falls to Onaga
Charger baseball opened the season with a sweep over Burlingame March 21. The first game ended with a score of 10-0, and the second was a score of 5-4 with a walk-off walk.
Students demonstrate real-life skills in Job Olympics
Four WHS students competed in the Job Olympics in Manhattan, a competition for special education students from area high schools to compete in up to four job skills events.
Thought Bubble | Tattoos an opportunity for self-expression
Tattoos are a great way for people to express themselves. Tatted up members of WHS show off and explain the meaning behind their ink.
Springing into action | WHS spring sports open season next week
Spring sports season is underway. Head coaches for each sport joined the Charger to discuss their outlook on the season.
Job Olympics | Cherry, Kershaw, Schmitz attend life skills competition
Three Wabaunsee students competed at Job Olympics March 3, with freshman Canyon Schmitz earning a second place finish in towel folding.
Senioritis Season 4: Episode 11 Debating the shot clock
Boys basketball coach Christian Ulsaker and basketball official Lance Fuller join the podcast to debate the merits of adding a shot clock to high school basketball.
Fuller to teach special education, coach baseball
New WHS special education teacher Lance Fuller is already playing many roles in the district. In addition to teaching, he is the head baseball coach and assistant junior high football coach. Fuller, who grew up in Ottowa, attended Kansas City Kansas Community College for two years, Barton Community College for one year and got his Undergraduate at Fort Hays State University.