All pictures above are credit to Jim Kearns.
All pictures above are credit to Jim Kearns.
Halloween is approaching very fast, and everyone having a costume party! So here is a list of 8 very simple, and quick to make costumes for all of my procrastinators out there! Continue reading Last Minute Halloween Costume
At West clermont high school there are many hard working amazing students but one student has been standing out to staff and students. That is Jack Hall!
Jack is a junior at WCHS. He went to Glen Este his freshman year then once Amelia and Glen Este combined he went to the new school West Clermont. Jack does many things for our school. His freshman and sophomore year he was a member of student council, Marching band and theater. As you can expect he had a very busy schedule. This year Jack stepped back from band his junior year so he could take yearbook, as well as CCP english course. If you didn’t know what CCP means it is a College course class the high schools offer for college credit. They are harder and more work.
The women’s soccer team goes into their last month of play with ambitions to improve to an above five-hundred record as they now sit at 4-7-1. The girls game October 2nd is a rematch to last years lost in which they were shutout 0-3. Their competitor, the Loveland Tigers, are a tough matchup, as going into Tuesday night’s game they are undefeated in the league, boast a record of 8-0-3 and are reigning state champs from the 2017 season. The start of the game brought out a lot of speed from Loveland as ten minutes into the game Katelyn Andrews scored and less than a minute later at 28:32 Lauren Williams scored.
The Lady wolves weren’t able to gain any more speed on Loveland as at 7:02 Kat Palmer scored for Loveland and again at 1:03 Katelyn Andrews scored another. In all the Lady Tigers were able to get 12 shots on goal in the first half and our Wolves were held to 1.
The girls defense came out strong but offense still lacked. Defensively, goalie Mackenzie Cellis was able to stop 18 shots on goal and reached a landmark career save record of 500. When asked how she felt she had this to say, “I’m incredibly thankful for my coaches throughout the years in helping me receive this milestone and pushing me to my limits and further. It’s been an amazing four years and I wouldn’t change anything about my experience as a keeper for West Clermont” While the second half only brought one goal from Loveland the Lady Wolves were still unable to score anything, getting one shot on goal. Senior Captain Megan Dewald commented on the game by saying, “Loveland is always a tough opponent. We combined and made some good plays happen, we just couldn’t get it in the back of the net. We had some mistakes with not taking marks but overall we all played hard and saw some god things that we’ve been working on in practice.” Hopefully the team can take what they learned from the loss and improve on it for the remainder of the year. The team now falls to 4-8-1 and will take on Northwest Saturday October 6th.
Saturday, West Clermont went against all Saints school in a cross country meet at 8 am. It was an inaugural West Clermont Education Foundation to the future. The race took place on the West Clermont campus and ended inside of the football stadium den. The runners ranged from 6-11 grade and the runs lasted up until 10:30 am. Following right after was the award ceremony at 11 am. Trophies were presented to the schools with the most participants, and metals were given to the top 10 runners in each heat. Also, every participant got a free t-shirt.
The runners had to run loops through the parking lots and throughout the fields of the school property. We normally end with a giant hill at the end of the run but they have changed the course and have a different ending obstacle.
The number 1 winning school for the girls team was West Liberty-Salem, they scored a 47 and their team time was 1 hour and 40 mins. The number 1 winning boys team was Hil. Davidson with a score of 72 and a time of an 1 hour and 24 minutes. West Clermont girls scored 4th place with a score of 149 and the boys West Clermont team scored 379 and got 13th place in the run.
Gavin Pitts going all out! Continue reading Wild Wild West Wednesday!
Are you interested in donating blood and saving lives? Well, West Clermont High School and Hoxworth Blood Center are teaming up. Hoxworth will be coming to WCHS Wednesday, October 10th, and they will be allowing students to donate blood from 8:00am to 1:30pm. Why should you donate? Donating blood helps save thousands of people’s lives a year. Also, students who donate get a free shirt, those who donate four times in their high school career get to graduate with a red cord and sometimes earn scholarship opportunities. For more opportunities check out www.hoxworth.org/highschool. Continue reading Blood Drive
Most people enjoy sports and going to the games and cheering on their favorite team. In high school when you can go the games and stand in your schools student section and yells cheers to the opposing teams student section, getting the gym or field all hyped up.
But imagine if it was all gone. Not like you graduate and your not apart of it anymore. Even if you graduate you can go to the games and enjoy them and still cheer. But what if high school sports were dropped? What would all the athletes do? Could you imagine losing the feeling of going to school sitting in class, all day anxiously waiting for the school day to end to go to your game. If school sports were dropped, kids would drop out of school. They wouldn’t see a point in coming. Some students get into colleges because of sports not because of academics.
Sports are extremely important in building your character, managing time, and building your work ethic. Some people wouldn’t mind if sports were dropped because they would get more time to do homework concentrate in school work, more free time after school. Honestly though more students would be affected by dropping sports.