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Wildwood Middle School

1209 Shenandoah Junction Road
Shenandoah Junction, WV 25442
304-728-4518 phone
304-728-9521 fax
 
Patricia Brockway, Principal

 
 

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  • Harpers Ferry Game on 9/17 -- The Junior Varsity Lady Mustangs lost set one in a close score of 23-25. They stormed back to win sets 2 and 3, 25-9 and 25-19.   Stats are as follows: Kyleigh Bane: 7 aces out of 10 servers in, 1 assist, and 2 digs; Evelyn Hill: 1 ace out of 5 serves in and 2 digs; Malaya Jones: 4 aces out of 5 serves in, 4 kills, and 7 digs;  Cassie Manes: 4 aces out of 8 serves in, 1 kill, 1 assist, and 8 digs; Gisselle Melchor: 1 ace and 2 digs;  Lexi Oden: 1 ace out of 4 serves in, 2 kills, and 4 digs; Gracey Wilt: 3 aces out of 6 serves in, 1 kill, 1 assist, and 2 digs; Madison Walker: 3 aces out of 7 serves in and 7 digs; and Amari Wooden: 7 aces out of 10 serves in, 7 kills, and 6 digs.

     

    Our Varsity Lady Mustangs won set one 25-18, lost set two 18-25, and they stormed back to win set three 25-15. Stats are as follows: Macie Chrisman: 2 aces out of 6 serves in, 4 assists, and 13 digs; Emily Clingan: 3 aces out of 6 serves in, 3 kills, and 7 digs; Chesney Dingus: 4 aces out of 13 serves in, 1 kill, and 14 digs; Harlee Johnson: 4 aces out of 6 serves in, 2 kills, 2 assists, and 8 digs; Ashlyn Lengyel: 4 aces out of 9 serves in, 1 kill, and 10 digs; Desirae Satterlee: 2 serves in, 6 kills, 1 assist, and 18 digs; Izzy O’Bannion: 2 serves in, 6 kills, and 10 digs; Korinna Smith: 1 serve in, 4 kills, and 7 digs; Eliza Truslow: 5 aces out of 9 serves in and 15 digs. From Coach Crouse and Coach Clingan:   Lady Mustangs, we are proud of the way you played from behind and won the 2 matches!
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  • The Mustangs Cross Country team defeated Capon Bridge yesterday on the WMS home course. Top 3 boys were Travis Dzienis with a personal best time of 12:20, Vincent Herrell in 13:38 and Nico Feigo in 13:56.

     The top 3 girls were Annabel Cortez, who finished in first place overall with a time of 13:30, Claire Ford in 16:25 and Natalie Hernandez in 17:12.

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  • New Mustang Stars!  updated 9-19-14 -- Students:  Mark Breeden, Nazia Brown, Sarah Hussion, Nevaeh Kramerage, Collin Lawall, Lacie Long, Aniela Martynski, Mackenzie Morgan, Hunter Sisk,  Tori Snow, Hunter Todd, and Alonza Wilds-Davis.
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  • Did you hear the great news from the 2014 State FFA Convention?
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  • Congratulations to the Wildwood FFA team for placing fourth in state competition at the beginning of June!  Team members were:  Ryan Ours, Jamison Smith, Molly Ott who placed Eighth overall and Samantha Creamer who placed second individual overall.  Congratulations also goes out to Nick Chapman who placed first in the Environmental Services Division in the State Agriscience Fair.   Nick will be participating in the Agriscience Fair at National FFA Convention in October.  Good luck, Nick!

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  • 2014-2015 Athletic Information Packets are available for pick up in the main office and for download on the WMS Athletics web page!
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  • Congratulations to the 2013-2014 WMS Athletic Directors Honor Roll Award Winners!  Click here to see their picture!  Click here to see their names! 
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  • Congratulations to Amadou Mounliom and Riley Ward, our 8th Grade Athletes of the Year!
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  • The Kiwanis Club of Charles Town recently honored eighth graders from all four county middle schools at Harpers Ferry Middle School on May 22, 2014.  Top eighth graders honored from Wildwood include the following:  Rebecca Kendall, Madeline Puppos, Eva Smith, Nicholas Chapman, Hunter Bowers, Emma Damm, Joshua Hernandez, Isabella Sager, Kira Baldau, Isaac Hylton, Olivia Black, Mononita Khan, Robert Gianniny, Israel Torres, Kaitlyn Reaves, Dutch Miller, Alexander Hine, Hannah Seaman, Chance Manes, and Emily Berkman.  Congratulations to all of our honorees!  Please click here to see their picture!
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  • In the 5/12/14 Journal, check out the continuing efforts of science teacher Carolyn Thomas to involve her students with the raising of brook trout, the state fish of West Virginia!  The front page article, “Trout Triumph,” has a picture of Mrs. Thomas with two Wildwood students as they prepare to release 300 brook trout into Redbud Run! 

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