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Gymnastics Competes in the Regional! Koehler Advancing to State!

The WHS gymnastics team competed at the Regional Final at Kenowa Hills on Saturday, March 7th. The team had a strong performance scoring one of their highest scores of the season with a 129.775, earning them a 6th place finish out of 10 teams. Team member Shelby Koehler, sophomore earned a career high score on vault

Landon Raczkowski Earns 3rd Place in MHSAA Wrestling State Finals

Five matches, two days of competition, with a 4-1 record, Landon Raczkwoski earns third place finish at the MHSAA Wrestling State Finals at Ford Field. On The first day of competition, Landon made fairly easy work of his first opponent from Holland, 8-1, setting up his quarterfinal match against Brendan Damiani from New Boston Huron. 

Varsity Boys Basketball Battled Dexter!

The Western Boys Varsity Basketball team lost to the host Dexter Dreadnaughts 50-43 on Thursday night in the season finale.  The Panthers rose a hot start to take a 14-9 lead after the first quarter.  Dexter took control in the second quarter and outscored Western by 12 the rest of the way.  The Dreadnaughts size

JV Boys Basketball Battles Dexter!

The boys traveled to Dexter looking to sink the Dreadnoughts in the season finale.  Unfortunately, the Panthers came out on the short end of the stick losing by a score of 49-46.  Caden Oliver and Dustin Ruiz paced the offense with 15 points each. Even though the season ended in defeat, the team had a

Middle School Track and Field Sign Ups!

Track and Field Parent Signup     First Practice: March 16th after school in the gym until 4:30. ATHLETES MUST HAVE A SPORTS PHYSICAL ON FILE BY THEN!  Please contact Coach Wurmlinger with any questions:

Varsity Girls Basketball District Finals!

The varsity girls basketball team will play for the District Title against Eaton Rapids at 7:00pm Friday night in Chelsea! Admission is $6.00. Come support your Panthers!!  

7th Grade Girls B Basketball Battled Pennfield!

The 7th grade girls finished their season 2-7 with a hard fought loss to Pennfield.  The girls battled a team who had to A player, but in the end they were over matched.  The team was led all season by Bella Miles, Hailey Hawkins, and Hailey Dodd.  It was rewarding as a coach to watch the team grow