| ||Rose Festival Queen Emma Waibel attended the West Linn annual holiday parade with the Royal Rosarians. Waibel, a senior at West Linn High School, made headlines when she was crowned as the 100th Rose Festival Queen back in June.|
Pictured: Tony Munoz qualified for state in the 245 pound weight class last year. According to Wilsonville head wrestling coach Jason Milhalm, the ‘cats days of reaching the podium might be just beginning. “Some of these kids have the opportunity to go to the state tournament and find their way onto the podium if things go their way,” he said. This year, Wilsonville returns a gang of experienced juniors. In fact, three juniors reached the state meet last year and one has garnered a state appearance in the past.
|The West Linn High School Debutantes brought their best effort this past weekend to the Eastside Dance Festival held at Reynolds High School. Competing in three categories — Pom, Kick and Contemporary Large division — the ladies came away with three first place awards and solidified themselves as strong contenders for top honors at the State Category Championships to be held Dec. 6 in Canby.|
| Winter is a time that Wilsonville High School shares in spirited activities. Winter decorations are yet to fill the hallways, and every student longs for the break that winter brings. Winter is a glorious time of year and it brings opportunities to give of yourself and your time. I especially love the service that winter brings.|
Many students are involved in the National Honor Society and are given list of ideas to get them involved in the community. Caroling at retirement homes, baking dog treats for the humane society or even volunteering at the Reindeer Romp 5K fun run and kids’ dash. The options are endless, and Wilsonville High School encourages students to be involved, and helpful. [FULL STORY]
Anne-Marie Wieland is a senior at Wilsonville High School. She is contributing a regular column to the Spokesman this school year.
West Linn High School sophomore quarterback Tim Tawa as been named the Gatorade Oregon Football Player of the Year. He becomes eligible to win the Gatorade National Football Player of the Year award, which is announced in December. Tawa is the first football player to win the award from West Linn. [FULL STORY]
7:50 AM Lowrie School Sing-A-Long
7:00 PM WHS Winter Choir Concert