The Howler

Indoor track and field program plans for continued success

Wakefield runner Angela Delfino wields a baton during a recent relay event.
Matt Evans, Graphics Editor January 6, 2015
“The team trains hard so I have no doubt if they want the win they will get it. Attitude determines the altitude of their success. There is always room for improvement and as long as the team continues to build off the previous year I expect improvement in most events.” Graham

Signing day commits

Signing day commits
David Adams, Sports Editor December 18, 2014
“It’s always been a dream of mine to play tennis in college, especially at a university that I’ve grown up admiring as a kid. Now that I’ve reached that goal, the hard work is just about to begin.” Boyden

Varsity Basketball sets goals for winter season

Hannah Chaya, Editor-in-Chief November 7, 2014
"Winning games comes after a good foundation for the team. If you enjoy what you’re doing with everybody, it’s all going to work out in the end." -Protz

Wakefield adopts new tactics to insure player safety

Wakefield trainers hard at work keeping athletes on the field and the court.
Jake McCraw, Student Life Editor November 7, 2014
“Football, soccer and even basketball run a higher risk of receiving an injury.” -King

Men’s soccer team primed for playoffs

Men's Varsity Soccer team line up before a game.
Juliana Merzigian, Staff Writer November 4, 2014
“My favorite game was the home game against Sanderson. All the Wackos were out there and made it really exciting.” -Zapata

Should parents allow their children to play football?

Mack Foley, Opinions Editor November 3, 2014
Parents should no longer be able to feign ignorance towards the dangers of football; they need to step up and say that they will not allow their students to play a sport that can severely damage their children.

Wolverines capitalize on Homecoming fervor

Matt Evans, Online Editor October 31, 2014
The hype for the game started during school Friday with the annual Pep Rally. The music was loud, the performances were exciting and everybody left the gym hyped and ready to watch the Wackos take down the Caps later that day.

Homecoming week heralds powderpuff antics

Seniors Jordan Cobb, Heath Boyd and J'May Ward pose after their victory.
David Adams, Sports Editor October 28, 2014
“As seniors we know the juniors are going to come out strong, so to prepare for them we have been working really hard on our defensive shape to stop them as much as possible.” -Emerson

Wakefield Recruiting Done Right

Kat McDonald
Jake McCraw, Student Life Editor October 21, 2014
“We’ve had kid’s go to pretty high profile schools. We are very proud of these athletes. When you go to some of the division one schools that we’re going to, we would rank up as high as anyone in the county." -Cooley

Wackos get student body hype

Juliana Merzigian, Staff Writer October 21, 2014
“Being a wacko means having school spirit on and off the field by showing support and always sticking up for your fellow Wackos." -Mirmozaffari
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