Run, Spike, Tackle, Serve

Kickoff the fall sports season with Cross Country, Volleyball, Football, and Tennis

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  • 8th grader Avery Kirwan returns the ball to her opponent on the 1st home tennis meet on Thursday, Sept. 1.

  • 8th grader Kailyn Petersen returns the ball to the opponent at a Singles match on the WRHS tennis courts. Petersen uses the brand ‘Head’ for her racket and bag and says “I am excited to play doubles.”

  • On Tuesday the 13th the 7th grade volleyball A team talks about strategies before the games against Eisenhower. A team player Addalyn Boleski plays middle front and says her favorite part of the team is “…is mostly the girls that are on the team with me they make practices fun and they all are great teammates.”

  • The 8th grade volleyball B team celebrates a kill Raelynn Graves made against Silver Lake, at the September 16th Shawnee County Quad. Graves plays middle front and says “My favorite part of the games is probably like after every point my team goes into the middle of the court and like congratulates each other and cheers.”

  • 7th grade running back Myles Bradley runs the ball towards the end zone, Bradley said he is looking forward to scoring touchdowns. He also says “I have scored 1 touchdown, 300 rushing yards, and more to come.”

  • The 8th Grade football team huddles at the game September 8th against Junction City. The Falcons defeated Junction City 51-0. Kicker Ryan Austin said before the game, “I’m looking forward to kicking.”

  • At the Cross Country Meet in Wamego, on Tuesday, Sept. 6th, 8th graders Maile Eldrigde, Emery Hall, Kate Muir, Kolbi Trower, Kinsley Freeman, pose for a picture after they finish the race.

  • On Tuesday, Sept. 6th, at Wamego, Aiden Remmert runs at the first Cross-Country Meet. Remmert said that his favorite part of the meets is “The competition between me and my friends and just trying to get to the top.”

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Sports are in full swing at WRMS! Seventh grade tennis player Zippy Ross says that she is most looking forward to “Going to different schools for matches.” Check out our photos and captions to see how the other sports seasons are going.