Wapahani Girls Junior Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: 2 - 0
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Great Night for 50 Raiders Who Cook

Wapahani HS hosted the 1st Ever 50 Raiders Who Cook on Thursday Night in the WHS Cafeteria.  It was a great night of competition, fun, friends, awesome food, and fundraising for the Raider Athletic Department.  Thank you to all of the Coaches, Teachers, Raider Fans, Moms, Students and Parents who shared their wonderful secrets and/or

50 Raiders Who Cook This Thursday

Join the Wapahani Raider Athletics Family this Thursday at Wapahani HS for 50 Raiders Who Cook.  This is a Crockpot Cookoff with all proceeds to benefit the WHS Athletic Department.  The event will start at 6pm and last until 8pm.  Tickets are $5 in advance at the WHS Office and $6 at the door.  Tickets

Lady Raider Hoops Open Up at Home this Friday

The Wapahani Lady Raider Basketball Teams are ready to get their year started.  The Girls JV and Varsity will finally open their 2017-2018 campaign this weekend.  The Varsity Girls will host the undefeated 4-0 Delta Eagles at home this Friday Night.  The Raiders and Coach Cutter return veteran depth from last season led by Senior

Girls Basketball Camps

The Lady Raider basketball camp dates have been announced for October. Check out the flyer HERE and get signed up today.

New IHSAA Sectional Assignments Approved

New Sectional Assignments Approved by IHSAA Executive Committee News Release: http://www.ihsaa.org/Portals/0/ihsaa/documents/news%20media/2016-17/050117.pdf Jason Wille | Sports Information Director Indiana High School Athletic Association, Inc. PO Box 40650, 9150 N. Meridian Street Indianapolis, IN 46240-0650  

2017 All-Delaware County Hoops Team

GIRLS BASKETBALL The All-Delaware County Basketball Team was announced on Monday. The list includes Wapahani’s Annie Schuck, Kaci Mangus, Payten Lee and Haley Strombeck, Delta’s Micaya Richardson, Haille Workman and Shae Stanley, Yorktown’s Jenna Irelan and Skyler Davis, and Cowan’s Carli Skinner. Honorable Mentions include Yorktown’s Kara Tucker and Carlea Pettigrew, Wapahani’s Payton Johns, Wes-Del’s

Thank You Lady Raiders and Coaching Staff

The Wapahani Lady Raiders ended their season on Friday Night in heartbreaking fashion as they dropped a 44-42 OT game to the Lapel Lady Bulldogs.  The atmosphere within the Monroe Central Gym was electric and the game itself was awesome to watch.  All 4 teams on Friday Night brought great crowds and represented their communities

Girls Drop Heartbreaker vs Lapel

Wapahani falls in overtime heartbreaker Buy PhotoWapahani’s Haley Strombeck drives into Lapel’s defense Feb. 3 at the Class 2A Semi-final game at Monroe Central. Wapahani would lose the game 42-44 in overtime.  (Photo: Corey Ohlenkamp/The Star Press) At the end of each quarter, Wapahani and Lapel were deadlocked. All of them, except overtime. Wapahani fell

Lady Raiders Survive and Advance

Wapahani advances behind Schuck’s 22 So maybe Wapahani didn’t get off to a great start. Ultimately, the final score is what matters, and Wapahani advanced to the semifinals of the Monroe Central Sectional after defeating Burris 60-49. The Raiders (15-10) face Lapel (17-5) on Friday. Nothing came easy for Wapahani in the first quarter as

Go Fight Win Lady Raiders in Sectional

The Wapahani Lady Raiders will start their postseason run tonight at Monroe Central HS versus the Muncie Burris Owls.  The Lady Raiders will play in the 2nd game at approximately 7:30pm.  Tickets will be on sale at Wapahani until 2:45pm today.  If not buying them at Wapahani, tickets will be sold at Monroe Central HS