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Wet Wolves Take State

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The Wesleyan Wet Wolves competed in the State Swim and Dive Meet at Georgia Tech Feb. 8 and 9. The boys team placed fourth and the girls finished third.

“My general goal as a coach is for the swimmers to reach our full potential, we did that,” said Head Coach Kevin Kadzis. This state team was the smallest team in years, but they did not fail to come out of the two day meet with medals around their necks. “Certain things do not change in a season, but the unique mix of people make each season different and memorable,” said Kadzis.

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Spring Sports Blossom into the Season

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As the seasons change, spring sports have already begun at Wesleyan. The spring sports offered are lacrosse, soccer, tennis, golf, baseball and track. Before the season began, all the teams had pre-season workouts with Strength and Conditioning Coach Dustin Wolf. After pre-season workouts, students were to try out for their desired sport. Every day after school, you will find students participating in their sports at the stadium, lake field, tennis courts and baseball field.

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Wolves Splash Into the Holiday Season

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    Junior Lindsay Rappe competes in 100m butterfly. Brian L. Morgan.
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    Senior Luke Schiller cheers on his teammates from the side of the pool. Brian L. Morgan.

The Wet Wolves started their season with a splash, in the beginning of November. Since then, the swim team has been doing dry lands, taking laps in the pool and eating pounds of pasta, which are just a few of the things that make swim season “the most wonderful time of the year.”

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Local Girl Scouts Make a Difference

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Junior Girl Scouts Amanda Doane, Olivia Curran and Mary Ann Manley have shown their commitment to serving the community for over ten years. From all the early morning field trips to the local soup kitchen, cookie sales and getting badges, these three girls have reached the home stretch. Doane, Curran and Manley have put in several hours and hard work into being a Girl Scout. Their hard work is about to pay off. They are about to be presented the Gold Award to be honored for all their accomplishments. Keep Reading

Students Class-time Pastimes Revealed

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February is known as the “month of love.” But to high school students, February is known to be the most boring month of the year. As the excitement of the new year winds down, students get jam-packed with tests, and the weather cannot decide if it wants to be warm or freezing. There is a daily struggle of trying to stay awake during class. However students have found a way to make it over the drowsy hump by doing anything but what they are supposed to be doing. Keep Reading

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