The Western Hemisphere

Western opens up the season tonight at home.

Football opens up their Season

Link to Livestream in the Article
Brian O'Dea, Managing Editor February 22, 2021

Coach Redmond and the football team open up their 2021 season against district rival Monticello at home tonight. It will be a tough test for the Warrior defense as they try to stop Malachi Fields, who...

Senior Aiden Halloran prepares to hit during golf practice on February 17.

Fall Sports Previews

Brian O'Dea, Walker Martin, and Grace Shook February 19, 2021

The crisp breeze, the choked leaves falling to the ground, the time change. These are just some of the few things I love about Fall. These lucky few teams get to use this beautiful time to compete in their...

Will Fall Sports Look Different?

Will Fall Sports Look Different?

Alex Noth, Staff Writer May 23, 2020

With sports on a pause for now,  the question arises about how coronavirus will affect next season at WAHS, and whether we will have athletics at all.  Things could look very different.  “Contingency...

Austin Winslow, at right, and teammate Stephanie Hass hold the state championship trophy after winning the tournament last year.

Austin Winslow Reflects on Canceled Tennis Season

Darrah Sheehan, Staff Writer May 14, 2020

Austin Winslow, a sophomore, has been putting in effort to make her tennis career as successful as possible for as long as she can remember. Winslow plays tennis at Boar’s Head Sports Club four times...

Colby Wren (l) and Sam Vigilante (r) in a game against CHS in May, 2019.

How Will Covid-19 Affect Student Athletes Next Fall?

Senior commits await word
Evan Hajek, Sports Editor May 7, 2020

The sports world has been drastically affected by the COVID-19 virus. The 2020 Summer Olympics were postponed, sport leagues, such as the NBA, have had to postpone games, including playoff matchups, and...

WAHS College Commits

WAHS College Commits

Sophie O'Donnell, Social Media Editor March 11, 2020

Lilly Argenbright, University of North Carolina- Chapel Hill, Rowing “I chose UNC because I felt at home when I stepped on campus. I loved the people and the historical feel of the campus. Also I...

Boys Cross Country Represent WAHS at Nike Cross Nationals

Boys Cross Country Represent WAHS at Nike Cross Nationals

Austin Davis, Edgar Batcheller , and Francis Hajek December 5, 2019

Ever since the start of the 2019 season, the boys cross country team has salivated at the thought of winning the Nike Cross Nationals Southeast Regional meet in Cary, North Carolina. Although it initially...

Joe Hawkes finished first at the 2018 3A state meet, and second this year.

Boys and Girls Cross Country Crush it at States

Brian O'Dea, Latitudes Editor November 20, 2019

The Western Albemarle boys Cross Country has created a dynasty. Over the past few years they have been an unstoppable force within the world of running. After sweeping the podium and winning the 3A state...

Back On Track: A Conversation With Jack Eliason

Back On Track: A Conversation With Jack Eliason

Walker Martin, Staff Writer May 30, 2019

Jack Eliason is a junior and runs year-round for WAHS.  He currently holds the 10th fastest time in Virginia for the 16oo meter (4:17), and finished 9th out of 79 runners in the 1600 at the Dogwood Track...

Seagraves Swings into a New Chapter

Seagraves Swings into a New Chapter

Evan Hajek, Sports Editor May 30, 2019

Senior Gavin Segraves has dominated in Albemarle County tennis ever since he moved here in his junior year of high school. Segraves began his high school tennis career in Atlanta where he captured the...

RIP AAF: Gone and Probably Forgotten

RIP AAF: Gone and Probably Forgotten

Walker Martin, Staff Writer May 21, 2019

Johnny wakes up on the morning of Saturday, April 3, 2019, eager for entertainment.  He goes on his computer to check the highlights of last nights game, but he pauses right before he clicks play on the...

Gallery: WAHS Boys Soccer v. CHS

Gallery: WAHS Boys Soccer v. CHS

August Lamb, Editor-in-Chief May 10, 2019

Load More Stories