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WCHS enjoys SGA and FFA Events on a Friday Afternoon

Girls play powder puff football game

Wayne County students have spent a lot of time testing now that the end of the year has arrived. Students at Wayne County High School have especially been putting in the time. In light of recent testing events, students were able to spend their Friday (May 10th) afternoon enjoying events sponsored by different school clubs. 

FFA's 'Kiss the Goat' contest was won by English teacher Todd Viars. Students met on the football field to watch Viars give the goat a kiss. SGA hosted a flag football game, as well. Students were able to watch female teams go toe to toe on the field after a long week of being indoors testing. 

 

FFA  Team

FFA students had fun playing with the goat out on the field.

Teacher kissed the goat

FFA member Jeffrey Hardwick brought the goat to school for English Teacher Todd Viars to kiss as part of an annual fundraiser for the club..

                                      Junior Sentinel MackiLee Worley assisted with the ceremony.                                                                                                (Photo by Gage Tucker)

SGA TITLE NAME and SGA President Keelan Rodriguez manned ticket sales for the event

SGA Freshman Kennedy Keith and SGA President Keelan Rodriguez manned ticket sales for the event

Coaches and their team

High School Athletes served as team coaches to help guide their teams

Specifics

Girls scramble for the football

Rylee Keith ran the ball down the field to score a touchdown for her team

Rylee Keith ran the ball down the field to score a touchdown for her team

Team on the field

Students enjoyed relaxing at the afternoon's fun game following a long week of testing





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