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Multiple Teams · 8th Grade B team wins opener against TK


The 8th grade B boys basketball team had their first game on Wednesday, 11/8.
The game was hard fought with some tough defense and timely baskets. Wayland prevailed 28-15. The Wildcats were led by Lucas Hindenach with 11 points, and Christian Seiffert with 9. Next up is Coopersville on Monday, 11/13.

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Wildcats News · All Teams Schedule: Week of November 13 – November 19


Here’s a preview of this week’s events for Wayland High School, November 13 – November 19

MONDAY

November 13, 2017

4:00 PM Boys 8th Grade Basketball
vs. vs Coopersville Middle School
SCHEDULE
5:00 PM Boys 7th Grade Basketball
@ Coopersville Middle School
SCHEDULE

TUESDAY

November 14, 2017

No events happening

WEDNESDAY

November 15, 2017

4:15 PM Boys 7th Grade Basketball
@ East Grand Rapids Middle School
SCHEDULE
4:15 PM Boys 8th Grade Basketball
vs. vs East Grand Rapids Middle School
SCHEDULE

THURSDAY

November 16, 2017

4:00 PM Boys 7th Grade Basketball
@ Wyoming Jr. HS
SCHEDULE
4:00 PM Boys 8th Grade Basketball
vs. vs Wyoming Jr. HS
SCHEDULE

FRIDAY

November 17, 2017

No events happening

SATURDAY

November 18, 2017

No events happening

SUNDAY

November 19, 2017

No events happening

Notes

Nothing more to add at this time. Make it the best week ever!


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Wildcats News · Event Recap: Week of November 4 – November 10


Saturday, Nov 4th

Girls Varsity Swimming
OK Conference Meet
N/A

Sunday, Nov 5th

No event results

Monday, Nov 6th

No event results

Tuesday, Nov 7th

No event results

Wednesday, Nov 8th

Boys 7th Grade Basketball
@ Thornapple-Kellogg MS
N/A
Boys 8th Grade Basketball
vs. vs Thornapple-Kellogg MS
N/A

Thursday, Nov 9th

No event results

Friday, Nov 10th

No event results

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Wildcats News · Abby Merice Signs to Continue her Softball Career at Davenport University


Wayland Union Softball standout Abby Merice signed to continue her softball career at Davenport University.  Abby is pictured with her parents Dave and Shana Merice, Wayland Varsity Softball Coach Cheri Ritz, Wayland Union Softball Assistant Coach Nicole Cardosa, as well as her travel coach Kayla Smart. Congrats, Abby!!! Go Panthers!

Abby was a member of the 2015 Wayland Softball State Championship Team.  Abby is also a member of the WU Girls Basketball Team!


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Wildcats News · Ally Schafer Signs With Louisville – Wins Back to Back Regional Dive Championships


Wayland Union Dive standout Ally Schafer signed to continue her diving career at The University of Louisville.  Ally is pictured with her parents Ron and Kim Schafer, Wayland Union Dive Coach Caitlin Moritz, Wayland Union Swim Coach Seth Beat, as well as Kyle Oberhill and George Wilson of West Michigan Diving Academy . Congrats, Ally!!! Go CARDINALS!

Schafer won her second of back to back regional dive titles last night, qualifying her to again compete in the MHSAA State Dive Finals.  Ally holds all Wayland Union High School records for diving.


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Multiple Teams · 7th Grade B team wins @ TK


The 7th grade boys basketball B team opened up the season at Middleville-Thornapple Kellogg and captured a hard fought road win with a score of 19-10. The game was a great defensive effort by all, and the Wildcats ended the game on a 6-0 run to clinch the victory. Leading the team tonight was Carson MacKenzie, Colin Johnson, Austan Frye, and Gabe Hatkowski. The Wildcats will return to action next Monday on the road against Coopersville.

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Multiple Teams · 7th Grade A basketball opens with a win at TK


The Wayland Wildcats 7th grade A team defeated the TK 7th grade A team. It was a close game at half time then in the 2nd half the Wildcats loosened up and started hitting shots and making good passes. Everybody contributed to the  win, the young men played hard. It is good way to start the season!


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Wildcats News · Week 11: Top 5 Plays – Presented by SISU Mouthguards


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Wildcats News · Wayland Girls Swim Team Has Multiple State Qualifiers – Records Broken


Congrats to members of the Wayland Union Girls Swim Team on an outstanding season thus far!  Multiple state qualifiers and school records broken!

State Qualifiers:

200 Medley Relay: Zoe Antel, Lilly Bolliger, Emily Fox and Madelyn Reurink
100 Breaststrokers: Lilly Bolliger and Riley VanPopering
Record Holders:
50 Free: Lilly Bolliger (oldest record on the girls record board FINALLY broken!)
200 Free Relay: Lilly Bolliger, Madelyn Reurink, Grace Reurink and Riley VanPopering
Also, special recognition to Zoe Antel who was also a member of our state-qualifying cross country team!  Zoe has qualified to compete in MHSAA State Finals Competition in two sports, in the same fall season!

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Wildcats News · Layer like a champ for Winter Sports – Presented by 37.5® Technology


Chilly temperatures are coming. And if you’re an athlete gearing up for the Winter Sports season, or one who just likes to get outside to stay active, layering up is an important part of performing at your peak. Here’s how to do it like a champ with products that use our patented 37.5 Technology:

Base-layers

These are layers that sit next to your skin. They’re normally tighter than others, and are meant to be comfortable while helping your body maintain its ideal body temperature of 37.5 degrees Celsius (99.5°F) while working out. Not only does this layer help thermoregulate, it should trap odors and release them in the wash.

A few of our favorite base-layers for snow sports include Rab’s Merino+, which has a great variety of colors to show off your school spirit. We also love First Lite’s merino wool neck gaiter that helps cover your neck from the cold wind.

Mid-layers

Mid-layers assist with heat-retention and breathability. They’re often one of the most stylish layers too. On slightly warmer days during the Winter, or in the Southern states, this is as far as some athletes need to go. For this layer, we love the Adidas Terrex Stockhorn Jacket. It’s durable, insulated, and super light. The color choices are great too.

Outerwear

Outer layers are waterproof, breathable shells that are meant to keep out rain, wind, and snow while still keeping your body dry by pushing moisture from the inside out. Layered with base and mid-layers, the goal is to find outerwear that breathes exceptionally well, too.

Nitro Snowboarding’s Alagna Jacket is a 3.5 layer waterproof bomber jacket built with 37.5 technology that can handle anything, from powder days to rainy camping trips. Ride Outerwear’s Alki Pant is perfect for your lower half and is ideal for skiers or snowboarders alike. Another Ride Outerwear product, the Pinehurst Jacket is insulated, and perfect for colder days, although still ideal for layering.

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