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The opening of the state soccer playoffs went according to plan for the Willamette girls team. They beat Hood River Valley 6-0, scoring in the opening minutes and never letting up.
Briana Kubli led the way with three goals.
The second-seeded Wolverines will host Crescent Valley Saturday at 1:00 with a chance to advance to the final four.
Student tickets are being pre-sold at WHS for $3. They are $5 at the gate. Adult tickets are $8.
Having clinched the Midwestern League championship, the Willamette Girls Soccer team is set to open the state playoffs at home.
Wednesday’s match against Hood River starts at 5:30. Admission is $8 for adults, $5 for students.
Because Wil-Hi is ranked 2nd in the state they can potentially host more home games this Saturday and next Tuesday if they advance in the playoffs.
A partnership between State Senator James Manning, NextStep Recycling and Kalapuya High School has become a source of support for students.
Together they arranged for three KHS students to get free refurbished laptops from NextStep.
Seniors Nathan Tena, Delaney Aguirre and Orion Trent were selected as winners of a Kalapuya essay competition in which students described their future career ambitions and explained how owning a computer would help them on their path.
Senator Manning remembers growing up without many of the resources that other kids enjoyed, and he knows there are students who only need a small boost in order to really take off.
That’s why plans are now underway to ensure that all 12 KHS students who submitted an essay will be getting their own free refurbished computer from NextStep.
School staff have numerous roles. Add Goat Herder to the list.
Universe, a Dwarf Nigerian goat, was corralled by Cascade Middle School assistant principal Ry Robinson outside the school’s band room.
It turns out Universe got loose and followed a student three blocks to Cascade. Robinson figured out the goat’s home, notified the owner, and played nanny to the rugged buck until it was retrieved.
Goat herding is a new experience for Robinson, but in his position at Cascade he’s ready for just about anything.