Congrats to HOSA students who competed at national level in California!!
The Wayne County Golf Team traveled just above Richmond Kentucky to play at Boone's Trace golf course this past Saturday, September 14th.
All kinds of special events are being planned at the local schools to highlight the importance of good attendance. Students need to make sure they are at school on Tuesday, September 17th in order to participate and benefit from unique and clever learning opportunities, not to mention some funny happenings. Last year the WCMS was honored after winning the regional award for highest attendance.
The Healthy Kids Clinic is hosting a football throwing contest for $1000. Sign up the night of the game by visiting the Healthy Kids Clinic booth located at the football field.
The Wayne County Cardinals continued their success after beating Southwestern 44-6 last Friday. Quarterback Brody Weaver did not miss a beat going 9/15 and throwing 160 yards and a touchdown. Running Back Braedon Sloan was running all over the place rushing for 127 yards and having three rushing touchdowns. Linebacker Lee Shelton was able to force a fumble and fellow Linebacker Noah Baker was able to recover the fumble. Defensive back Cauy Wallace would lead the team in tackles having 10 total tackles. Patrick Radilla also went 5/6 on PAT's and would go 1/1 on Field Goals.
The Wayne County Golf Team played well against McCreary County and Clinton County. In fact the boys team won the match and will continue their efforts to win this Saturday, September 14th as they will travel to Clay County to play at the London Country Club.
The Wayne County High School will be hosting a Spirit Week on September the 16th and will be going through September the 20th. Students are encouraged to participate and there will be a King and Queen of spirit week announced at the end of the week. So dress up and show your support for your Wayne County Cardinals!