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O’Brien represents in all-star game

April 1, 2019

Senior Erin O’Brien scored four points on two free-throws and a layup against the highest-rated girls’ basketball players from Indian River County in the All Star Senior Showcase last Sunday at Florida Preparatory Academy....

Girls’ lacrosse falls to Edgewood 13-11

March 14, 2019

The girls' varsity lacrosse team, led by seventh-grader Kiera R. with five goals, fell to Edgewood 13-11 Tuesday night. “Unfortunately, we weren't able to pull out a win, but we played well,” sophomore Paige Conrad said....

Girls’ basketball open gyms have begun

March 13, 2019

Returning players and students interested in participating in girls’ basketball next year are invited to attend open practices in the gym every Tuesday after school until 5:15 p.m. “At the first open gym we scrimmaged and p...

Soccer player endures leg injury

March 13, 2019

Despite coming off a leg injury, Michael Villanueva (10) still worked through the soccer season and plans to return for his third varsity season next fall. “On the varsity side during practice, we split up and played so the...

Girls’ soccer banquet set for March 25

March 13, 2019

The varsity girls' soccer team will get together one last time at the end-of-season banquet scheduled for March 25. During the banquet, coaches give out awards, seniors give their speeches and the team celebrates its last time w...

Holy Trinity shuts out boys’ tennis

March 11, 2019

The boys' tennis team lost to Holy Trinity 0-7, including five singles and two doubles matches at the Fee Avenue tennis courts Monday.  “Holy Trinity is always a really good team,” sophomore Nathan Foo said. “They ca...

Volleyball open gyms begin

March 11, 2019

The volleyball team is back in the court, working out in open gyms which are held for returning players and players interested in playing next year to practice on their skills and techniques. The open gyms are held Saturdays fr...

Scott helps tennis team avoid shutout

March 3, 2019

The Satellite boys' tennis team came to play, beating the Wildcats 6-1 Feb. 28. Sophomore Hunter Scott was the only boy to win a match against the Scorpions. All other singles and both doubles lost, winning only 12 games in the ma...

Girls’ soccer looks to offseason

February 28, 2019

With the off-season in progress, the members of the girls' varsity soccer team are finding ways to improve for next season. Although there are no conditionings scheduled as of now, the coaches plan to hold optional conditionings ...

Cheer coach on the road to retirement

February 28, 2019

After 13 years of coaching the cheer teams, Carrie Wadzinski has decided it’s time to retire. The cancer fund-raiser Cheer for Charity will be Wadzinski’s last hurrah along with the senior cheerleaders.  Wadzinski said this year was among the most ...

Canceled track meet causes angst

February 26, 2019

The track team's plan to compete in a Feb. 26 meet at Heritage High School was canceled due to rain after only running one event: the 800 meter relay. Junior Daniel Shelton was one of the runners who was unable to participate...

Volleyball open gyms begin

February 26, 2019

There will be an open gym on Wednesday for any returning or new volleyball players. The practice will be run by varsity Coach Laura Hall. Freshman Bria De La Hoz says she is excited for the opportunity. “I feel like it’s a really great way to ...

Sanders scores three in losing effort

February 21, 2019

The boys’ lacrosse team played its first game of the season at home against Cocoa Beach High School, losing 19-9 Tuesday night. Junior Zane Sanders was West Shore’s top shooter, scoring three goals. Eighth-grader Rylan R...

Soccer players transition to track

Scott Quigley

February 21, 2019

As he hangs up his cleats and picks up his spikes, junior Leighton Johnson anticipates the upcoming track season after his soccer team was eliminated in regional play against Bishop Moore on Feb. 12. “My expectations for...

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