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Wolverines on the Prowl-2012 Spring Sports Wrap Up

July 8, 2012 by Blue Ridge Leader filed under Columns, Woodgrove's "Wild" No Comments
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Woodgrove claims three State Titles

Girls Soccer- Undefeated District, Regional and State Champions- Shut out victory 3-0
Named 1st Team Regional II
Erin Barrett –Coach of the Year
Lucy Etro and Sarah Hardison
Ashley Bonner named Cheer Athletes of the Month –May
Sarah Hardison named Cheer Athletes of the Month –April
Lucy Etro named Cheer Athletes of the Month –March

Softball- District Champions, Regional Champions and State Champions-Shut out victory 9-0
Named 1st Team Regional II
Joe Spicer-Coach of the Year
Ashley Cole-Outfielder, Allie Reid-Pitcher
Named 2nd Team Regional II
Courtney Bogan-Outfielder, Christy Haney-Catcher
Ashley Cole and Chisty Haney named Cheer Athletes of the Month –May
Courtney Bogan and Alayna Furr named Cheer Athletes of the Month –April
Allie Reid named Cheer Athlete of the Month –March

Girls Track- State Champions
Lydia Cromwell, Florence Thompson, Alex Juzbasich, Audrey Houghton – Girls 4×800 Relay
Florence and Audrey named Cheer Athletes of the Month –May
Lydia named Cheer Athletes of the Month –March

Girls Lacrosse
Named to 1st Team AA Northern
Coach Bob Fuller – Coach of theYear
Ellen Fuller-Player of the Year
Lisa Hemphill-Defender, Ellen Fuller-Midfield, Ashlyn Dacey-Attack, Bailey Carver-Goalie
Ashlyn Dacey and Ellen Fuller named Cheer Athletes of the Month –May
Bailey Carver named Cheer Athlete of the Month –April
Lisa Hemphill named Cheer Athlete of the Month –March

Girls Tennis
Caroline Abramson, Lucia Jacangelo, Sunnie Lampl, Anna Mendoca, Casey Miller and Stephanie Purnell named Cheer Athletes of the Month –April

Boys Soccer
Named to 2nd Team Region II
Yab Hayba and Alex Tejeda
Alex named Cheer Athlete of the Month –April
Yab named Cheer Athlete of the Month –March

Boys Lacrosse
Named to 1st Team AA Northern
Tucker Coil-Defender, Chad Niergarth- Attack and Cody Cunningham- Goalie
Tucker Coil and Chad Niergarth named Cheer Athletes of the Month –April
Cody Cunningham named Cheer Athlete of the Month –March

Baseball
Named 1st Team Regional II
Josh Sweet – Outfielder and Scott VanSteelant -1st Baseman
Named 2nd Team Regional II
Matthew Reed-Catcher
Scott was also named Cheer Athlete of the Month –May
Matthew named Cheer Athlete of the Month –April
J.J. Sarty and Josh Sweet named Cheer Athletes of the Month –March
Way to Go Wolverines!!

WOW-Big Congratulations
Social Science Fair Winners-1st place Barbara Regan, 2nd place Amanda Dukinfield, and 3rd place Kristen Garner.

Wolverine Opportunities-
Attn: Rising Sophmores, Junior, Seniors
Get Ahead, Get Ready, Get Prepared for October SAT
SAT Prep Classes available this summer with
IVY Hills Academy-Sponsor of WHS Project Graduation
Classes conveniently held at Patrick Henry College.
August 18-Practice Test ( 8am – 12pm )
August 21-Testing Taking Strategies/Math Strategies ( 7-9pm )
August 23-Math Strategies ( 7-9pm )
August 28- Reading Strategies ( 7-9pm )
August 30-Reading & Writing Strategies ( 7-9pm )
September 8-Practice Test 2 ( 8am – 12pm )
September 12- Mixed Review ( 7-9pm )
September 15-Practice Test 3 ( 8am – 12pm )
To register go to www.IVYHILLSACADEMY.com or call 540-354-5110

BIG Wolverine Thank You
WHS-PTSO Project Graduation Committee would like to thank the following for their support in making the inaugural Evening Graduation Celebration possible:

American Eagle Outfitters, American Legion Post 293,
Bank of Clarke County, Blue Ridge Eagles,Blue Ridge Grill, Bluemont Citizens Association, Claude Moore Charitable Foundation, Robey Foundation
Family Dentistry-Dr. Gregory DiRenzo, DMD, Hair Cuttery, Halls Funeral Home, Harmony Middle School PTA, Hillsboro Elementary School PTA, Hillsboro Ruritan Club, Hillsboro United Methodist Church, Ivy Hills Academy, Jakobsen & Bowe LLC, Ketterman’s Jewelers, King Pinz, Loudoun County Board of Supervisors, Loudoun Education Foundation, Loudoun Wireless, Lovettsville Co. 12 Fire and Rescue, Lovettsville Game Protective Association, Lovettsville-Waterford Ruritans, Middleburg Bank, Nichols Hardware
Purcellville Business and Professional Association, Purcellville Family Health Care, Purcellville Motors,
Robey Foundation, Rotary Club of Purcellville, Southern States Cooperative, Terry’s Body Shop, Town of Hamilton, Virginia Coach, Woodgrove High School PTSO, Woodgrove Wolverine Athletic Boosters Club,
Denise Canby, Mike and Lori Caslin, Kathleen Evangelisto, Priscilla Godfrey, Keith and Karen Lawson, Jan Lokie, and Lori Patterson.
The members of the Class of 2012 had a fantastic evening at Dave & Busters and they were overwhelmed by your generosity. You made their evening memorable.

Mark Your Calendars
“Fore The Wolverines” Charity Golf Classic
WWABC “Fore The Wolverines” Charity Golf Classic
Monday, September 17, 2012
Stoneleigh Golf & Country Club
$125.00 per player includes Range balls, Greens/Cart Fees, Light Breakfast,
18 holes of golf, Lunch, Two Drinks, and a Goodie Bag fit for a Wolverine!
Benefits the WWABC Scholarship Fund and the mission of the WWABC

Class of 2012
The word that best described the inaugural class of Woodgrove High School is “Change”.
Change was the theme for the talks at the graduation ceremony on June 12 and is the best word to describe our years of high school.

We changed schools three times in four years
We changed principals twice – Mr. Sam Shipp is now the 3rd principal of Woodgrove High School.
We are now changing from high school students to working adults or students of high learning.

We have set the tone for Woodgrove and established traditions. We have left a legacy.
We look forward to our return as alum (Homecoming Oct. 19, 2012) to see the changes future generations bring to Woodgrove.
The Class of 2012 began “The Wild”.
Wolverines will continue to be on the Prowl.
Thank you to all who have supported us, provided opportunities for us, guided us and saw us through all the changes. SUCCESS!! We are Graduates.
Best wishes to members of the Class of 2012, their families, the community, WHS and to all future Wolverines.
May Team Woodgrove continue its commitment, pride, endurance, and strive for excellence both on and off the field.
Go Wolverines!

Dane Mullins
Class of 2012
Woodgrove High School

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