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The Woodgrove Outlander

The School News Site of Woodgrove High School

The Woodgrove Outlander

The School News Site of Woodgrove High School

The Woodgrove Outlander

Spring Players to Watch

Written by Anna Lockhart and Kayla Norsworthy May 20, 2021

As this unpredictable school year comes to an end, the Wolverines are excited to be back outside playing spring sports again. Via a Twitter poll, each team nominated two players they believe are most promising...

Fall Players to Watch

Written by Anna Lockhart, Kayla Norsworthy, and Rachel Schneeberg March 22, 2021

After a successful run for winter sports, fall sports are ready to get their heads back in the game. But there's a twist, fall sports will be held during the springtime. Seasons are scheduled to begin...

A Game That Will Go Down in History

Written by Anna Cristofano March 19, 2021

Super Bowl LV may go down as one of the most iconic and chaotic Super Bowl games in history. On Friday, February 7, in Tampa Florida, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Kansas City Chiefs faced off for the national...

Winter Sports Athletes COVID Season

Written by Gianna Costanzo March 19, 2021

Woodgrove High School student athletes had a crazy winter sports season due to the coronavirus. Freshman Rylee Evans, junior Ryan Yriart, and senior Amber Dubey describe their winter sports season. Freshman...

Lacing up Like Never Before

Written by Anna Lockhart, Kayla Norsworthy, Maddie Shea, and Riley Castellano January 13, 2021

On March 11th 2020, the world of sports was changed forever. In response to the Covid-19 pandemic making its way to the United States and Rudy Gobert, a professional basketball player for the Utah Jazz...

Former WHS Athletes ‘Lace up’ Beyond High School

Written by Anna Lockhart, Ashleigh Moffett, Kayla Norsworthy, and Logan Johnson January 17, 2020

Being a high school athlete has its challenges, but becoming a collegiate athlete takes a whole different level of dedication and drive. Known for its sports, Woodgrove has had many athletes play at the...

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Kyler Murray, Daniel Jones Take the Spotlight of the 2019 NFL Draft’s First Round

Written by Casey Abashian and Daniel Alvarez May 2, 2019

For what seemed like an eternity, speculation over who the Arizona Cardinals would take with their first overall selection loomed leading up to draft day. While Nick Bosa, star defensive lineman out of...

Winter Athletes to Watch

Winter Athletes to Watch

Written by Casey Abashian and Lorallye Partlow December 20, 2018

Out of the hundreds of winter athletes competing this season, six players, one from each sport, were chosen as “Athletes to Watch.” Varsity head coaches nominated three to four players based on their...

State Champions: Wolverine Football Secures State Title

State Champions: Wolverine Football Secures State Title

Written by Casey Abashian December 19, 2018

When the dust had settled on Saturday, December 8, the Wolverine football team found themselves successfully hoisting up the VHSL Class 4A State Championship Trophy, providing a fitting end to what has...

Athletic College Committments

Athletic College Committments

Written by Lorallye Partlow, Casey Abashian, and Ryan Keebaugh May 22, 2018

Because of their hard work, dedication, and success on the field, 17 Woodgrove seniors have decided to take their talents to the college level next season. The following are all the athletic commitments...

Ben Castellano Reels In Offers From Eighteen Colleges

Ben Castellano Reels In Offers From Eighteen Colleges

Written by Kennedy Vacca - Special to The Outlander May 22, 2018

Woodgrove’s star wide receiver, junior Ben Castellano, has reeled in offers from eighteen different college football recruiters, including offers from six Ivy League schools, West Point, and the Naval...

The Growing Pressure on Young Athletes

The Growing Pressure on Young Athletes

Written by Annie Gilbert: Special to The Outlander May 18, 2018

The increasing pressure on student athletes to perform at the highest level of competition is causing a high injury rate. The potential for injury in students who specialize in a single sport is growing...

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