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2022 WCHS & WCMS Rosters

Updated on 9/10 from

High School Girls
Gottlied, Catherine F 2025
McKee, Luci         F 2025
Powell, Breanna F 2025
Shank, Poppy         F 2025
Clemons, Zoey F 2026
Johnston, Harley    F       2026

Middle School Girls
Hawkins, Aaliyah F 2027
Hodges, Addison F 2027
Howard, Brooklyn F 2027
Nash, Emma         F 2027
Sheffield, Hannah F 2027
West, Natalie         F 2027
Everett, Eva         F 2028
Ravange, Olivia F 2029

High School Boys
Kimmons, Kayden M 2023
Atkins, Aden         M 2025
Burton, Griffin M 2025
Cravens, Blake M 2025
Hodges, Jackson M 2025
Wiles, Gabriel         M 2025
Durfee, John David M 2026
Randolph, Ashton M 2026

Middle School Boys
Burton, Sam         M 2027
Courtney, Colton M 2027
Ferris, Owen         M 2027
Wiles, Ethan         M 2027
Hernandez, Tyler M 2028
Johnson, Michael    M    2028
Burch, Jackson        M    2028


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