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Wapahani Red/White Winter Jamboree this Friday

The Wapahani Red/White Winter Jamboree will take place this Friday Night November 11th starting at 6pm at the TeePee!  The Jamboree will feature a $6 Dinner being served in the WHS Cafeteria 5pm – 8pm.  Adults $6 per meal with Children 12 under $3.  The Red/White Night will provide an opportunity to showcase our SMS

Saturday Results for WHS Bowling Team

The Wapahani Bowling Team showed up early this past Saturday to bowl in Blackford in order to finish in time to support the Lady Raider Volleyball Team!  The kids and coaching staff were concerned with getting in their work/practice in order to make the State VB Finals!  Thank you to WHS Coaching Staff for supporting

WHS Bowling Off to Strong Start

The Wapahani Bowling Team got off to a great start last Saturday at Clancy’s Village Bowl.  All of the Bowlers competed hard and will only show improvement throughout the season! The Varsity Guys won all 20 points on Saturday with a High Game from Senior Josh Wilson of 256.  Also, Freshman Jared Zeiger had a

Bowling Moves On

The boys bowling team placed 1st for the fourth straight week with a score of 1997. The girls placed third with a score of 1405. The next meet is this Saturday at Northside Lanes.

Boys Bowling 1st in the State

Wapahani High School varsity boys bowled a 2,210 and our currently first place in state. The girls team got third place in the meet. The next meet is on Saturday the 12th at 3:00 at Clancy’s Village Bowl. Perry Hughes – WAPNET    

How Bowling Meets Work

Every school in Delaware County now has a bowling program, plus Blackford County. Every Saturday at 2 o’clock, at rotating alley’s, we have a bowling meet where we draw for lanes and match up against the team that pulls the coinciding lane. Each team has 5 players and each player bowls two individual games which

Bowling Season Preview

Last year, bowling was finally considered an official sport, rather than just a club, here at Wapahani High School. The 2015 Wapahani Bowling Team is expected to do great things this season. Although in the past years, the girls team has been better than the guys, this year, the guys have a stacked team. We