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Wed
23
Jan

2018-2019 WSHS Football Banquet

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Football Banquet 2018-2019
2018 Academic 2A All-State Team
Matthew Harrel

2018 3-2A All District First Team
Cole Debusk, Rasheed Lyles, Tristen Williams

 

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Wed
31
Mar

WSH wins two medals at state powerlifting meet

WSH wins two medals at state powerlifting meet

On the right Travon Nichols, right, placed third at the state powerlifting meet, and topped his regional meet lift

WSH wins two medals at state powerlifting meet

Below Alex Adams, left, placed second with three of his personal best

The WSHS Tiger powerlifters excelled at the 2-A State Powerlifting Meet held at ULM on March 18th.

The day started off shaky with two missed attempts on the squat for Travon Nichols but the experienced Junior fought through it to beat his Regional lift by 30 lbs on his last attempt of 460 lbs.

Nichols then went on to bench press 285 lbs and dead lift 555 lbs for a total of 1300 lbs to finish 3rd overall in the 198 lb division.

Sophomore, Alex Adams, had a stellar day with 3 personal bests of 490 lbs on squat, 300 lbs on bench press, and 525 lbs on dead lift for a total of 1315 lbs which was good enough for State Runner-Up in the 181 lb division.

WSH is proud of their commitment to the sport and are looking forward to seeing them represent WSH next year.

 

 

 

Wed
31
Mar

AHS Powerlifter finishees high school career with strong finish at state

AHS Powerlifter finishees high school career with strong finish at state

Congratulations to AHS Tyrell King , he finished off a great career competing at the Texas High School Powerlifting Association State Meet in Abilene this weekend.

Tyrell squated 650, benched 410, and dead lifted a personal best 6051bs to tie for 5th place out of 16 lifters in the 3081b weight class. 500 of the strongest lifters in Texas from all classifications descended on the Taylor County Expo Hall to lift Saturday.

“Very proud of the way Tyrell battled back after a tough start to finish out by going 3 for 3 in the dead lift and setting a PR on his last pull. There were some strong lifters in his class and some big weight being pushed around. Tyrell has been a huge part of Atlanta Iron the last four years and we will really miss him!”

 

 

 

Wed
17
Mar

Atlanta High School Basketball player wins 4-C District MVP

Atlanta High School Basketball player wins 4C District MVP

Princis Goff, Jr. at Atlanta High School, was voted on the 4-C All 1st Team All Distrirct and was named District MVP.

The 2021 4-C First Honorable Mentions Team All District was Aanaiyah Herbert, announced with Junior, Atlanta High Princis Goff taking School home district MVP. Cadence Winslow,

Other students who Junior, Atlanta High made the All District School team are: Lauren Trawick,

Prentiuna Sapp, Junior, Calvin High Junior, Atlanta High School School Stormy Carpenter,

Hailey Casket’ Junior, Calvin High Senior, Calvin High School School Coach of the Year:

Jaydan Pullig, Wes Muse, Atlanta Junior, Calvin High High School School

 

 

 

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Wed
17
Mar

Atlanta High School Fishing Team reels in wins in two tournament

Atlanta High School Fishing Team reels in wins in two tournaments
Atlanta High School Fishing Team reels in wins in two tournaments
Atlanta High School Fishing Team reels in wins in two tournaments
Atlanta High School Fishing Team reels in wins in two tournaments

From left Cade Bolton, who won first place at the Gran Bayou Tournament and Lucas Dunn, who won 2nd place and Big Bass

Wesley Stewart who won second place at the Mill Creek Tournament.

Mason Green who took home first place and Big Bass at the Mill Creek Tournament.

 

 

 

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Wed
10
Mar

Calvin High School reach State Quarter Finals for first time in over a decade

Calvin High School reach State Quarter Finals for first time in over a decadeThe

From Left Jake Clark, David Franks, Sidney Anderson, Anthony Adams, Wayne Curtis Huckaby, Joseph Adams, Dylan Kyle, Aaron Mueller, Coach David Huckaby, J.J. Gray, Gunnar Yocum, Dillon Caldwell, Caleb Bevill, John Bradley Griffin, Scout Anderson, Logan Chandler, Mason Carter, Lisa Stevenson

The Calvin Cougar boys’ basketball team deafeated Epps in the regional round, 76-71, and advanced to the State Quarterfinals for the first time since 2009.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Wed
03
Mar

WMS Softball Keeps Rolling

WMS Softball Keeps Rolling

Front row from left, Kaylyn Nugent, Kristin Phelps, Rileigh Peats, Izzy Smith, Analise Nugent, Braylee Shirley and Macey Anderson. Second row from left Riley Gough, Haley Higgs, Liz Page, Alyssa Barragan and Addison Pharr. Third row from left Raelynn Bartlett, Emily Higginbotham, Anna Claire Bartlett, Izabella O’Bannon, Kylee Higgs, Allison Wren and Santana Harris

The Winnfield Middle School Softball Team chalked up another win this past Monday defeating Jena 10-5. WMS exploded for five runs in the first and five runs in the second inning before Jena started to heat up the bats. A-Team Lady Tigers had no errors and The fourth and fifth innings saw the Lady Tigers insert the remaining players for experience play.

The Lady Tigers are 6-2 for the season so far with games against St. Marys and the Ruston Tournament this coming weekend. 

 

 

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Wed
03
Mar

Extreme Winter Weather Will Impact Aquatic Weed Coverage

The recent cold fronts that passed through Louisiana resulted in prolonged periods of sub-freezing temperatures, and single-digit temperatures in some areas. While these extreme conditions had many devastating effects on our state, they will also result in a reduction of aquatic weeds across the state.

The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) is currently evaluating impacts of the freeze on aquatic vegetation coverage statewide and will continue this assessment as we move into the spring. The extent of this impact will not be known for several weeks, as consistently warm water temperatures are needed for the dead plants to decompose and drop from the water surface. Some plants will continue to float and remain green temporarily, but many will eventually die, break down and sink.

Wed
27
Jan

Artis Spivey, Sr.

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Artis L. Spivey, Sr., 94, Topeka, Kansas, passed away on Saturday, January 23, 2021.

Artis was born February 29, 1926, son of Ollie and Winnie Spivey. He was born in Lincoln Parish, Louisiana and spent most of his time in Winnfield, Louisiana.

Graveside service were 1 p.m. Friday, January 29, 2021, at Memorial Park Cemetery, 6 th and Gage in Topeka. Due to the pandemic, masks and social distance are required.

Memorial contributions may be made to Midland Care Hospice and sent in care of Kevin Brennan Family Funeral Home, 2801 SW Urish Road, Topeka KS 66614. Condolences may be sent online to www.kevinbrennanfamily.com.

Wed
25
Nov

Heisman winners at WSHS

On Nov. 18, The Heisman Trophy Trust and Acceptance Insurance announced Amaya McClain and David Simmons as the 2020 School Winners for the Heisman High School Scholarship presented by Acceptance Insurance.

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