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12/19 Morning News
TV Studio
Wednesday, December 19, 2018

MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

12/18/18

“The newly formed WB Community Theatre is looking for singers for caroling at the WB Life Care Center on Saturday December 22 at 2PM. Music will be provided. If you are interested, please contact the WB Community Theatre via its Facebook page. The group would be happy to sign off on Community or NHS hours if applicable.”

Calling all actors, singers, dancers and tech:  Musical Season is almost here! The drama club will be presenting this year’s spring musical “MAMMA MIA!” in April and want YOU to be part of the show.  There will be an informational meeting on Wednesday, December 19th at 2:10 in the auditorium, and auditions will take place after break on January 7th. This could be your time to shine and be part of an incredible experience.  See Mrs. Brogna with any questions.

The Wildcat Cafe is serving a pasta bar with either meatballs and marinara or garlic chicken on the hot line today. Hotdogs and burgers are at the grill and the pizza station is serving cheese pizza quesadillas. The featured grab and go wraps are chicken bacon ranch and Mexican chicken cheddar. Pretzels, assorted breakfast sandwiches and bagels are available at break.

COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES:

Mia Wabrek UMass Amherst

University of South Florida

Bridgewater State University

Chole Byrne The University of Vermont

Bridgewater State University

Regis University

Attention Junior or Seniors - Community Service Opportunity

Ms. Keene at the Howard School is looking for a Jr. or Sr. girl to        mentor a grade 6 student once a week. Please stop by the Guidance Office if interested.  

Student Council is collecting Holiday cards to deliver to Boston Children’s Hospital - Everyone is welcome to make a card during this Powerblock this week. Completed cards can be brought to Room 204 and are due on Thursday 12/ 20.

MISCELLANEOUS SCHOLARSHIPS:

There are multiple scholarships available in guidance at this time. Deadlines vary and some are coming up soon so grab some applications now in the Guidance Office.

PCC (Project Contemporary Competitiveness)

Applications are now available in the Guidance Office.  This program takes place at Stonehill College. A 6 week program begins June 30 thru August 10.  A 4 week program begins June 30 thru July 26. The application fee is $25.00 and applications must be dropped off in the guidance office by Wednesday, January 23.  Please contact guidance with any question s.

Do you like Holiday treats? Do you want to wish someone special Happy Holidays? Then purchase a candy cane for just $1 from members of the Spanish Honor Society during PB from now until December 20th. All candy canes will be delivered F block on Friday, December 21st. Be be sure to note what class the recipient of the candy cane will be during F block.

The morning crew is looking for someone to announce the sports results during this broadcast. If you have a pulse and desire to entertain and inform the millions of viewers of this here fine program, come on by the tv studio as soon as possible.

Any student interested in a 6 week crossfit style training program starting in January, please see Mrs. Cronin in room 205.

Ski and Ride Club members should go to the mandatory meeting being held on the Wednesday we get back during Power Block in the cafeteria. Again this is mandatory  

The JV girls basketball team beat Norfolk Aggie 30-21 yesterday afternoon. Mandy Jacques scored 9 followed by Emma Radlinski with 8. Mandy Jacques, Jules Holland and Ari Georgantas played great “d” and Emma Radlinski did a great job on the boards.  The girls play their first home game on the 27th.

The V girls basketball team defeated Norfolk 36-21. Morgan Doherty lead the way with 10 followed by Sarah Corey with 8. The team is now 4/0 and will play the first home games of the year at home 12-27 vs Georgetown at 4:00 and 5:30. The team will also play on 12-29 vs the School of Social Justice on 12-29 at 1:00 pm. It is vacation...Fill the gym...

The JV basketball team beat Blue Hills 46-35.  Tough defense and rebounding helped the team climb to 3 and 0 on the season.  Their tough full court press lead to many turnovers and fast break points for the Wildcats.  They played a great team game and look forward to Southeastern on Thursday at 5:00.

The Varsity team lost a tough game to Blue Hills 67-52.  CJ Ryan started off the game on fire attacking the post and adding a long three to start the scoring for the Wildcats.  Aiden Baker and Anthony Ambrose brought toughness and intensity on the defensive side of the ball as well as on the glass.  The team will play at Southeastern on Thursday.

Girls winter track team continued to dominate another tri-meet yesterday. Epic 69-30 victory over Southeastern and an incredible 93-6 victory over Malden County. Special shoutout to Emily Outerbridge and Grace LaRosa for PR’s in the shot put. Dominating performance by the 4x400 relay team including Caitlin McGrath, Nicole Berglund, Lexi Levine and Lauren Mitcheson. Killer performances by Shea O’Neill in the high jump, Lauren Mitcheson in the long jump, Ellie Smith in the 1 mile, Savannah MacDonald, Kate Remy and Gabby Gutierrez for sweeping the 55 hurdles, Lauren Mitcheson in the 600, Caitlin McGrath in the 1000 and Caitlin Kaprelian in the 2 mile. Way to go lady wildcats!

The boys track team lost to southeastern 62-38. The efforts of Jack Zygiel, Landon Crowley,  the 4x200 and 4x400 teams were not enough. Chris Williams and Chris Rego continue to give us great races in the mile and the 1000. Eric Ames did a great job running the 1 Mile and the 2 Mile.