Honors Roll In For WHS Volleyball

Willamette senior Alycia Wodke earned 6A first-team all-state honors after leading Willamette to consecutive state tourney appearances, their first in school history.

Willamette senior Alycia Wodke earned 6A first-team all-state honors after leading Willamette to consecutive state tourney appearances, their first in school history.

Willamette Senior Alycia Wodke has been named to the 6A first-team all-state volleyball team.

Wodke led Wil-Hi to a 6th place finish at the state tournament, one year after lifting WHS to a second place finish in the 5A state tourney.

Wodke was already named the Southwest Conference Player of the Year. Her father, Brian Wodke, was honored as the league’s Coach of the Year.

Willamette seniors Emily Eckart and Tory Bennett were also named first-team all-conference. Junior Alyssa Gayle was honored with a second-team selection, and sophomore Emily Henderson earned Honorable Mention recognition.

Willamette Welcomes Senior Citizens

Willamette's Heidi Gerlach greeted guests at last year's Senior Citizens Holiday Breakfast. Invitations are now being extended to this year's event.

Willamette’s Heidi Gerlach greeted guests at last December’s Senior Citizens Holiday Breakfast. Invitations are now being extended to this year’s event.

Senior citizens from throughout the community are invited to the 29th annual Senior Citizens Holiday Breakfast Wednesday, December 17th at Willamette High School.

The free event begins at 8:00 a.m. in the Willamette cafeteria and will feature free food and raffle prizes, and music by Willamette’s Topnotchers Choir and the Shasta Session Choir.

Guests are asked to RSVP with a call to Willamette at 541-689-0731.

The popular holiday event is presented by Willamette Leadership students.

Mirth And Mayhem On Stage At Willamette

Cast members run through a dress rehearsal, preparing for three straight performances of Mirth and Mayhem.

Cast members run through a dress rehearsal, preparing for three straight performances of Mirth and Mayhem.

Willamette may have another hit stage production on its hands.

To prove they’re brave, some young women have agreed to spend the night in the House on Sinister Street, where three gruesome crimes have been committed. What results is a humorous mystery-thriller, courtesy of the Willamette Drama program.

Mirth and Mayhem will run Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights at 7:00 in Powers Auditorium.

Tickets are sold at the door: $3.00 for students and staff, and $5.00 for general admission.

School Bus Involved In Accident

A First Student bus transporting children to Irving Elementary was involved in an accident this morning.

One child was complaining of a sore neck and her guardians will have her examined by a physician, although EMTs on the scene did not believe it was serious. The four other students on board at the time reported no problems, and their parents have been contacted. The bus driver was taken to the hospital with unknown injuries.

Another bus brought the kids to Irving and authorities are investigating the accident, which took place at the corner of Irvington and Prairie Road.

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