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Baseball Getting Back on Track

Jazmine Verdine | April 3, 2019

Hoping to get back on track, the baseball boys were pushing for their first win this season against LCM last Friday night at 6. However, the game abruptly ended with the score being 10-7. "I was really expecting a win, everyone felt confident playing against LCM in the beginning," Junior William Robles said. WOS had started off with a good lead, 3-1. Sadly it just wasn't enough to beat the bears. Moving forward there are always second chances and praying to finally win the boys head out to play Lumberton this Tuesday at 6 P.M.. Come out and support WOSHS's baseball boys!

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Clint Williams, Writer | March 27, 2019

The groundbreaking for the turf on the football field Feb 28 kicked off the projects that were passed back in November when the community voted yes for the $25.75 million bond. Projects have been scheduled into a multi-phase timeline that provides as little disruption to the students/classrooms as possible. “This is the groundbreaking for the entire project,” Superintendent Rickie Harris said. The football field turf project is expected to be completed in time for graduation ceremonies in May 2019. Senior Brettlin Wiley, who played football on the field, says he hopes that the field is finished because it wouldn’t be right to not be able to graduate on the field. Coach Cornel Thompson said he was there when the field stadium was first constructed. Thompson, who has wanted the turf for over 10 years, believes it will be beneficial to the team. “I think it’s about time,” Thompson said. “We’ve been to the fourth round 8 years in a row. I’m tired of seeing our players stomp around in mud and lying down in ants because of the wet weather. We shouldn’t have to go borrow PNG or Port Author Memorial field to practice on because of the wet weather. “When you can practice on dry ground it helps save equipment and helps reduce the number of injuries in football games,” he said.  

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