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An athlete’s senior season

An athlete’s senior season

Connor Maloney, Sports Editor
June 12, 2017
Filed under Athletics, Graduating Class, Top Stories

Right as us seniors were getting ready to enter high school for the first time as freshman, everyone around our incoming class who had been through the whole high school experience before would always say to us “it goes by fast, it will be over before you know it.” Now of course, us being young a...

Students honored at WLHS Evening of Excellence

Meredith Bowers
June 3, 2013
Filed under Current Events, Graduating Class

Scholarship recipients, curricular area recipients and honor graduates were all honored Thursday night at the annual WLHS Evening of Excellence. The event highlighted four different areas of achievement: honor graduates, department awards, local scholarships and character awards. Honor graduates must...

Tennis team looks to rebuild in highly skilled league

Walker McCrae
March 19, 2013
Filed under Athletics, Graduating Class

Team captains Craig Wright and Andre To, seniors, hope to make the season successful with added talent. The team has eight returning varsity players and six new faces, many with not a whole lot of experience. Saying players, talent and season expectations have changed is an understatement. The Lions lost Jona...

Senior Mock Trial Gold Team takes first at Regionals, eighth at State

Shana Feltham
March 19, 2013
Filed under Current Events, Graduating Class

The senior Mock Trial Team (Gold) won first place at Regionals on March 2, and advanced to State where they placed eighth.  Along with the seniors, the junior team also competed at Regionals and placed seventh. “We are so proud to place first and make it to State,” Renee Layoun, junior, said. ...

Students show off their skills at CCC Competition

Ashlyn Miller-Sanders
March 19, 2013
Filed under Current Events, Graduating Class

The Clackamas Community College Regional Skills Competition gives students a chance to show their skills in areas such as math, music and science, etc. Winners receive tuition waivers for CCC  credit. First place winners would received 12 credits, second place received eight credits and third place ...

An inside look at the May Court election process

Charlie Craft
March 19, 2013
Filed under Current Events, Graduating Class

Your 2013 May Court: Princess Sophie Bangs Princess Mary Earp Princess Dominique Evans Princess Sarah Gibson Princess Elisabeth Haffner Princess Leah Henningsen Princess Paige Myers Princess Emmalee Scheid Princess Abigail Tudorache Princess Lauren Wilkinson Prince Drew Cribbs Prince Drew Crowth...

Girls tennis team prepares to rebuild

Craig Wright
March 19, 2013
Filed under Graduating Class, Uncategorized

The girls tennis team looks to rebuild after graduating seven seniors and losing coach Justin Carrier to an assistant coaching position at Pacific University. The team is now led by Coach Linn Beswick and captains Mackenzie Coronel, Emmalee Scheid, Emily Borne and Nicole Campbell, all seniors. “We lost a lot of...

Experienced Boys Lacrosse hunting for first state title since 2003

Ben Jacobs
March 18, 2013
Filed under Athletics, Graduating Class

Things have changed in our world since 2003; the appearance of the iPhone, the first African American President and an apocalypse was proven false to name a few. But one thing has remained the same for these past 10 years, the amount of West Linn Boys Lacrosse state titles stands at two, the last one...

Speech and debate sweeps district tournament, headed to state

Speech and debate sweeps district tournament, headed to state

Emily McDonald
March 18, 2013
Filed under Current Events, Graduating Class, Top Stories

The West Linn High School Speech and Debate Team competed at the Three Rivers League district tournament last weekend on March 15 and 16, sending three competitors to Monmouth for the state tournament which will be held April 18-20 at Western Oregon University. Elise Brown, senior, placed first in...

With high-class humor and thoroughly tugged heartstrings, “Pride and Prejudice” not for the faint of mind

Elise Brown
March 14, 2013
Filed under Arts and Culture, Graduating Class

Jessica Murray, director, would not call the theatre department’s spring play “accessible.” It is for a very specific audience: the strong-willed, culture-savvy students who make up our school’s honors and AP classes. Indeed, that audience will not be disappointed by “Pride and Prejudice: F...

West Linn Baseball is hopeful for a successful season

Lenaya LeBlanc
March 12, 2013
Filed under Athletics, Graduating Class

With the loss of 15 seniors last year, the  Baseball team looks forward to a fresh season with new players and strategies.  With an all around younger team, Kevin Mills, head coach, is confident that the team will come together for a successful season.“We have a good team chemistry, which will help...

Wrestling Team places seventh at state

Craig Wright
March 12, 2013
Filed under Athletics, Graduating Class

The Wrestling Team had a strong showing at the state championships from the ten representatives in eight weight classes. The team pulled together to earn a seventh place finish. Tyler Chay, senior, 170 lbs. and Tim Harman, sophomore, 138 lbs. both earned second place in their respective weight class...

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