The 2019 Champion has been Crowned

Noah Martin, Staff Writer

April 19, 2019

Duke. North Carolina. Kansas. Kentucky. Gonzaga. The usual suspects come March are ready to play. But this year there were some lesser known schools that didn’t make things easy for the blue bloods. The 2019 iteration of the NCAA ...

The Pirate’s Crew

The Pirate’s Crew

November 16, 2018

WCHS Welcomes New Athletic Director

Joseph Schaffer, Staff Writer

November 2, 2018

There is a new athletic director at WCHS.  Mr. Evan Ivory was instated at the beginning of the school year. Since the day he started, Mr. Ivory has been non-stop working to make our athletic program better.  It actually has been hard to get ahold of ...

WCHS Guard Captures First at State Championships!

Chris Lynch, Staff Editor

April 20, 2018

On April 7, the WCHS Winter Guard competed at Mid-East Performance Association (MEPA) Circuit/State Championships at Wright State University’s Nutter Center, where they received first place out of 11 in Scholastic AA. The guard scored an 80.16 (their highest score of the year), finally beating out Walter E. Stebbins who they’ve been behind by a razor thin margin most of the season.

WCHS Spirit Decline

WCHS Spirit Decline

March 16, 2018

Matthews Hoops His Way Through Senior Year

Jayla Shepherd, Staff Writer

February 15, 2018

Dariane Matthews is a senior who has attended West Carrollton Schools for the past eight years. He is involved in varsity football, basketball, track, and Culture Club. Matthews is being showcased as our athlete of the issue bec...

Track and Field places first and second at Stebbins

Connor Macy

April 14, 2017

Recently the WCHS Track team took first place for boys and second for the girls at The Stebbins Quad Meet. WCHS competed against seven teams including Stebbins, Troy, Miamisburg, Xenia, Beavercreek and Carroll. The team has a very ...

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