Pink Out game against South Lyon ends in victory

By: Sydney Tinson The weather was mild and the crowd was R-O-W-D-I-E as the student section, wear pink to honor those that touched by breast cancer, continuously cheered under the Thursday night lights at this year’s Pink Out game against South Lyon on September 28th. The game itself was an exciting one with continuous, even…

Men’s varsity soccer: A force to be reckoned with

By: Kaylin K No one knows more about working hard to play hard than Walled Lake Central’s men’s varsity soccer team, who had an all around exceptional season. Dedication and the love the players have for the sport drove them to an overall record of 24-2-1 and a spot in the state final match-up. Not…

State rivals face each other

By: Miles Hersh Michigan, Michigan State, Michigan, Michigan State, Michigan, Michigan State. It’s all you hear each year as the two state rivals take one another on.  This year, Michigan vs. Michigan State was on Saturday, October 7 at The Big House. It was a rough and rainy game for the Wolverines, who sadly lost…

After memorable season, equestrian team wraps up the year

By: Brianna Ammori It’s time to say goodbye to the horses as Walled Lake Central’s Equestrian team closes out its fall season. Though their season started in a rough place, the team came in second at Districts, which led them to the Regional competition where they finished in 8th with a score of 73 points.…

Individuals qualify for men’s cross country State meet

By: Kyle Johnson After an incredible season, the men’s varsity cross country team was just shy of making the state meet, but three runners did qualify as individuals, drawing their remarkable run to an end. “Though we fell one spot short of qualifying for the state championship meet, we accomplished our other two team goals…

JV-A and JV-B men’s soccer end their eventful season

By: Nathan Landry For the first time, WLC’s soccer program organized two junior varsity level teams, A and B, as opposed to a JV and freshman teams. The teams had extremely different results for their seasons both but had some special moments. The JV-A soccer team, comprised of nine sophomores and eleven are freshman,went 11-1-2.…

Gymnastics Preview

By: Alyssa Rester The 2017 joint Walled Lake gymnastics season officially began Monday October 30. Girls from all three Walled Lake high schools make up the team and there are no cuts – all girls that come are welcomed and placed on the team. Many girls with many different skill levels came out to be…

Swim and Dive season ends after many hard-fought battles

By: Kyle Johnson The Walled Lake Central men’s swim team is preparing for another season starting Thanksgiving Weekend, and they are more ready than ever. The team wrapped up their season last year with a 6-3 record, and are planning to perform even better this year. “The last two seasons we were able to finish…

Varsity football team enters playoffs to face Lakeland

By: Audrey Dimmer After an up and down season, the Viking Varsity football team has made it to the playoffs. The team, led by Head Varsity Coach Bob Meyer, will face Lakeland in their first round of playoffs at Lakeland High School this Friday, October 27 at 7pm. “We are very excited about qualifying for…