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The Student News Site of Millard West High School

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The Student News Site of Millard West High School

The Catalyst

The Boys basketball districts championships will be held on Monday, Feb. 26 and Tuesday, Feb. 27.

Hoopin’ in the Cornhusker state

Wyatt Carmichael, staff reporter
February 26, 2024
Senior Drew Borner lines a ball into center field for an RBI single to tie the game against Creighton Prep. The Wildcats would go on to win in extra innings. “The Prep game felt like a state tournament game,” Borner said. “We love playing in these games. They mean more and they are just fun to be apart of. Whenever you’re in a game like that, your adrenaline fuels your game.”

Cats’ streak continues

Evan Vaslow, MWHS Wildcat News co-Editor-in-Chief
May 2, 2022
Explaining directions and the designated rooms each Forensics and Debate student will compete in, Forensis coach Jennifer Jerome wraps up her directions. Starting off the season with an in-person tournament the GOLD tournament was held on Nov. 12 at Millard West High School. “Im excited to finally get back to in-person competition,” Jerome said. “We wanted to start with our GOLD tournament so that our novice members could get the swing of things before we jump into the busy season.”

The pursuit of dispute

Riley Kramolisch, Managing Editor
November 18, 2021
The team knew previously they played generally worse on this course than most. The fact they placed fourth at this rough course was a great milestone for the team. “Going into the tournament, the team knew that this has historically been one of our worst tournaments, and in years past we have not performed to our best abilities,” senior Blake Skoumal said. “I was insanely proud of the work the team and I put in, and how it showed here.”

Wildcats take fourth

Garrett Wilcoxen, Staff Reporter
May 3, 2021
Stacking up blocks with their robot, juniors Dominic Zohlen, Andrew Heftie and senior Tyler McCoid participate at their 3rd CREATE competition in Hampton, Neb. During their competition, the team had a few struggles at the start, but they still managed to push through and win a few awards. “We have prepared long and hard for this competition and being able to spend a great time with teammates to present what we are capable of was really rewarding,” McCoid said. “I even got on the news with Channel 4 Hastings to voice out and explain how we performed on this CREATE Competition.”

Gearing up for competitions

Jordan Bakar, Staff Reporter
December 12, 2019
Debate Takes on State

Debate Takes on State

Natalie Eljamal, Staff Writer
March 31, 2019
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