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The WAHS girls lacrosse team is off to a great start this season with three straight wins under their belt. These include a 17-4 win against Salem and a 15-7 win against Rockbridge (both 2023 state quarter final teams) as well as defeating James Madison, a class 6 opponent out of Vienna, 13-9. The attack team is led by returning all-state...
The Western Albemarle boys lacrosse team defeated Albemarle by a score of 16 to 8 in a rivalry matchup March 26. Senior and team captain Cole Baglio finished the game with 11 points (6g,5a), and rising sophomore attacker Silas Terrill added seven points (4g,3a). Seniors Finn Pulich and Mack Widener added two points each. The team’s defense played a key...
The WAHS Warriors Girls Soccer roared into the season winning two scrimmages and two games in March. In a scrimmage against Spottswood March 7, the team won 8-0 with Sophie Hicks and Sadie Bruton each scoring two goals. Chloe Gates and Reese Coggeshall each scored a goal against Wilson Memorial March 13 in the 2-0 win. An 8-0 win...
Western Albemarle is hosting One Love Dedication Games and Youth Night in a double- header with Meridian on Friday, April 26, with the girls playing at 5:30 p.m. and the boys playing at 7. The teams will be selling t-shirts and taking donations. All youth lacrosse players wearing their uniform jerseys will get into the game for free. The goal...
For the sixth time in eight years, the Warriors took first place in the Girls VHSL Class 3 Indoor Track state finals. The girls won both the 4x400 and the 4x800 relay races. Members of the relay teams pictured are (LtoR): Hailey Hodson (400 and 800), Grace Cook (800), Emmy Battista (400), Emerson Ritter (800), Jordan Henderson (400), Carter Torrance...
Five WAHS girls were honored by being named to the All-Jefferson District girls basketball team. Pictured L to R: sophomore Emma Schmitz named to First Team as well as being named Player of the Year, coach Kris Wright named Class 3 Coach of the Year, and junior Kate Voelmie named to First Team. Not pictured were freshman Maggie Camblos...
Who wrote the novel The Great Gatsby?* This is an example of a question that may be asked during a Scholastic Bowl competition. The Western Albemarle High School team competes against other high schools in Virginia in a test of knowledge across a wide variety of subjects including history, geography, literature, science, pop culture, current events and other topics....

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Western Girls Lacrosse Off to a Strong Season Start

The WAHS girls lacrosse team is off to a great start this season with three straight wins under their belt. These include a 17-4 win...

Boys Lacrosse Defeats Rival Albemarle 16 – 8

The Western Albemarle boys lacrosse team defeated Albemarle by a score of 16 to 8 in a rivalry matchup March 26. Senior and team...

WAHS Girls Soccer Undefeated Through March

The WAHS Warriors Girls Soccer roared into the season winning two scrimmages and two games in March. In a scrimmage against Spottswood March 7,...

Western to Host a Double Header Supporting One Love

Western Albemarle is hosting One Love Dedication Games and Youth Night in a double- header with Meridian on Friday, April 26, with the girls...

WAHS Girls & Boys Take State Indoor Track Titles

For the sixth time in eight years, the Warriors took first place in the Girls VHSL Class 3 Indoor Track state finals. The girls won...

Warrior Basketball All-District Players

Five WAHS girls were honored by being named to the All-Jefferson District girls basketball team. Pictured L to R: sophomore Emma Schmitz named to...

WAHS Students Excel in the Scholastic Bowl

Who wrote the novel The Great Gatsby?* This is an example of a question that may be asked during a Scholastic Bowl competition. The...