The Advocate

WHS basketball supports fellow athlete

Samantha Welch, Advertising Editor

April 14, 2016

It’s your junior year in high school, which is usually the most difficult. You’re 17. You’re an athlete. You love Netflix and chocolate milk. You’re trying to balance all of kinds of activities and you get diagnosed with a rare bone cancer. What happens now? Stephanie Lindemann, a 17­-year-­old...

The right choice for you

Samantha Welch, Advertising Editor

April 1, 2016

Club sports or school sponsored sports? Which will be more valuable to you if you plan on playing in college? Senior Abby Boehlein plays soccer for both WHS and the competitive team Lou Fusz Michalek. She started playing at the young age of 5 and realized that she wanted to continue competitively ...

Winter Guard Recap

Jonah Jensen, Reporter

March 21, 2016

With 14 hour-45 minute practices spread out through the week between varsity and JV Winter Guard, plus many other hours of practicing on their own, Winter Guard requires much work. Through this hard work, Winter Guard achieved success in competition this year. According to choreographer Rich Kim, the var...

Students Respond to the STL Rams

Jonah Jensen, Reporter

March 21, 2016

  After 20 NFL seasons, five playoff appearances, three divisional championships, two conference championships, and one Super Bowl Title, The St. Louis Rams are no longer a St. Louis team. The Rams will be heading to Los Angeles, Calif. for the 2016-2017 NFL season. NFL team owners met Jan....

WHS students abuzz for March Madness

Danielle Scharfenberg, Reporter

March 21, 2016

March Madness came to be on March 27, 1939, when the University of Oregon defeated Ohio State University 46-33 during the first ever National College Athletic Association [NCAA] tournament. This became known as the Final Four tournament, which has since expanded both in size and popularity to become t...

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