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Lindsey Hinson (11) prepares for a play during a softball game. This game was won by the wizards against Fossil Ridge.

The epidemic of mental health among student athletes

Maya Brasch, Reporter May 22, 2024

No matter who you ask, every athlete has a different story to share about mental health. People have feelings that they experience and it is okay to want to share or not. However, it can be beneficial...

Abby Toerge (12) serves a play during practice at the tennis courts. The girls tennis team has struggled with spring weather affecting their practices and meets.

Spring weather affects the girls tennis season

Vivian Kilcoyne, Reporter May 6, 2024

For athletes about to compete, it is common to flip a coin to see who starts off the game. However for the girls tennis players, it's a coin flip to see if they will get a chance to play or get stormed...

Landon Scruggs (12) and Sidnei Cumings (12) listen to Eric Johnson (staff) give a speech about moving on and growing up. Scruggs and Cumings were two of the 13 students who signed to play sports collegiately.

Windsor athletes sign to continue their athletic careers in college

Maya Brasch, Reporter May 6, 2024

The annual signing ceremony was Thursday, April 25, in Windsor High School’s gymnasium. Windsor athletes signed their letters of intent to their respective colleges where they will pursue their sports...

The team celebrates after Tatum Gentry (09) scores a goal against Evergreen High School on March 26, 2024. With five goals, Gentry is tied with Braely Martinez (10) for the teams top goal scorer.

Girls soccer thrives after a difficult start to the season, winning their last five games

Tristyn Bruning, Co-editor April 27, 2024

The girls soccer team has started off the season with some unfortunate injuries and difficult opponents, but they're making strides at becoming a family.  Taking on some new faces, both new to the...

Braely Martinez (10) runs in a pre-game cheer during a varsity game. Students can struggle with motivation between spring break and summer vacation, but sports and helpful teachers can be beneficial in overcoming this.

Students, teachers find ways to increase motivation after spring break

Adyson Roles, Reporter April 9, 2024

Now that it's been two weeks since spring break, students are more focused on the next vacation: summer. Students and teachers are seeing a lack of motivation in the classroom. Not only do students...

Ainsley Austin (10) swims backstroke at the Ugly Sweater Invite on Dec. 22. Austin qualified for state in two events: the 100 backstroke and the 200 relay. 

Sophomore celebrates fifth year swimming competitively

Vivian Kilcoyne, Reporter April 3, 2024

Ainsley Austin (10) has been competitively swimming for five years and started in 6th grade. Though only a sophomore, she has seen great success, including competing at state twice. During the season...

One woman’s love for sports, equality transformed the world of WHS women’s athletics

Adyson Roles and Haleigh Haddon March 22, 2024

Over the years, sports here at WHS have increased in popularity, including boys basketball recently competing for the state championship and a sophomore girls diver breaking the school record and placing...

The Wizards boys basketball team poses with the student section after a 35-32 win against Vista Peak on Thursday, March 7. The Wizards will play for the state championship on Saturday, March 9, against Mesa Ridge.

Basketball team sits one win away from state championship after defeating Vista Peak in final 4 matchup

Caleb Morrow, Reporter March 8, 2024

The No. 3 ranked Wizards are just 32 minutes of basketball away from their first state championship in 100 years after Thursday's 35-32 win against No. 2 ranked Vista Peak. The game was close for the entire...

Reagan Annable (10) poses outside the district office where she celebrated going to state. Annable broke the WHS dive record and placed second at state. (Brandy Annable)

Sophomore diver breaks school record, places second at state

Oliver Lodato, Co-Editor March 7, 2024

State championships, for any sport, are incredible opportunities for student athletes to maximize their goals and achieve their limits. Reagan Annable (10), an athlete on this year's swim and dive...

Athletics administrative assistant continues school legacy

Adyson Roles and Haleigh Haddon March 6, 2024

Every so often, we have the opportunity to surround ourselves with certain people who have done something to make a difference in our society. Either good or bad, most of these people have left their...

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