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534 South Elizabeth Street
Whitewater, Wisconsin 53190

Main Phone: (262)472-8100
Student Services Phone: (262)472-8110
Attendance Hotline: (262)472-8109

Principal: Mr. Doug Parker
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  • File Photo Courtesy of Bob Mischka

    Soccer to Open Regional Play Thursday

    The Whitewater Girls’ Varsity Soccer team defeated conference rival the Jefferson Eagles 6-0 in their final regular season game. The Lady Whippet Seniors received most of the playing time as this was their last conference game of their soccer careers at Whitewater. Senior Autumn Bultman opened the scoring with a 30 yard shot over the Eagles keeper in the 2nd minute in the match. The Whippet midfield and forwards dominated possession in the first half generating 8 shots on goal while holding Jefferson to zero. Senior Holly Hough was able to notch the next Whippet goal in the 21st minute. Then Jaden Pfinder scored in the 40th minute, with the half ending 3-0 in favor of Whitewater. As the second half began several of the seniors were given a chance to play in different positions and in the 67th minute, senior Alli Sedmak, regularly the starting goal keeper, scored her second goal of the season. In the 73rd minute, senior Haylee Stachow rolled a low shot into the left corner of the goal. The final goal of the night was tallied by Brittney Piper in the 86th minute. Notable players besides the goal scorers were Megan Reynolds, Milena Maroske, Sarah Schiltz, and Caleigh Judd who held the Eagles to one shot on the Whitewater goal. Coach Menager remarked that this was a solid win for us in conference and sets the bar for the coming first regional game against Delavan. The Lady Whippets will host the Delavan Comets, Thursday, June 2nd, for their first round regional match. Whitewater is now 5-2-1 in conference and 9-3-2 overall.
  • Three Staff Members Set to Retire

    Student Services Secretary Mrs. Dianne Butt, Special Education Teacher Mr. Rob Bughman, and Business Teacher Mrs. Cynthia Teal will be retiring at the end of the school year. We thank them for their many years of service, and we wish them only the best!
  • Photos Courtesy of Bob Mischka

    Whippets Send Three to State

    The Whippets competed in East Troy Thursday evening with a trip to the state meet on the line. The top 4 finishers in each event punched their ticket to the state meet in LaCrosse on June 3rd and 4th. Three Whippets will be making the trip to compete against the best in the state. Sarah Ziolkowski and Allisan Barrett will both be competing in the 3200 after finishing 1st and 4th Thursday night. Sarah ran a great race, taking the lead with 2 laps to go. Janik from Wisconsin Lutheran tried to come back on her with about 600m to go, but Sarah would have none of it, dropping in another surge to finish in a lifetime best of 11:14.31. Allisan Barrett ran a race that is typical of her of late. She gets locked into her pace early and just stays on it. She was sitting in the middle of the pack, in the 8-10th place range for most of the first mile before gradually picking off runner after runner until she finally passed Arnold from Brookfield Academy on the final lap. Arnold tried to come back, but Allisan stayed strong and pulled away to finish 4th and punch her ticket to state. It will be a race to remember for Coach Carstens, as it's rare to have two athletes qualify in the same event. The lone boy qualifier is Xhonatan Shahollari. His day started and ended with some serious drama. It started with two scratches in prelims, and only 1 legal jump that barely got him into finals, sitting 8th out of 9 heading to finals. He improved slightly on his first jump in finals, but not enough to move into a qualifying spot. He was down to his final jump before finally putting a good jump together, going 43' even to move into 2nd place, which is where he finished. His day ended with the long jump, where he was sitting 4th going into the final round of jumps in the competition. It wasn't until the jumper right before his final jump, that anyone knocked him out. But he ended up 5th after the final round, one spot out of qualifying. All three athletes will compete on Friday the 3rd at state in LaCrosse.
  • Samaranayake Earns All-America Honors

    Devin Samaranayake is an honoree of the 2016 Academic All-America Award from the National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association. Qualifications for this award are earning a minimum of a 3.75 cumulative GPA on a 4.00 grade scale for 7 semesters and being a graduating senior that has lettered in their high school program.
  • Photo From Jefferson County Daily Union

    Nearly $1.2 Million Awarded in Scholarships

    The Whitewater High School Class of 2016 received a collective $1,178,364 toward its post-secondary education during the annual Scholarship Night ceremony on Wednesday. More than 70 graduating seniors received at least one scholarship during the event, the majority of which were from local sources. However, some awards included funds from national, state and regional sources, as well as direct funding from universities and colleges. Approximately 240 individual scholarships were announced during the ceremony. To continue reading the article in the Daily Union visit http://www.dailyunion.com/news/article_627e28be-234b-11e6-8dc2-bf59361dd1fa.html.