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Happening Now •Chorus and Orchestra: Region II Solo and Ensemble Contest all day at Augustana University •Student Council: Brownie sundae sale to benefit Children’s Miracle Network during lunch periods in commons •Girls Basketball: End-of-season banquet 5 p.m. at Scheels All-Sports on 41st Street

Lunch Time at WHS •Today’s lunch: Spicy chicken strips, scalloped potatoes, dinner roll, green beans •À la carte lines: Cheese lasagna, cheese enchilada, chef salad, sandwiches

Group Meetings •Girls: Planning to try out for the competitive cheer team next year will meet at 7:45 a.m. Thursday in the Little Theatre. •Girls: Planning to play volleyball for WHS next year will meet at 7:45 a.m. Thursday in the auditorium. •Young Republicans: Will meet at 3:10 p.m. Thursday in A-153.

Other Reminders •Warrior Olympics: Teams are now forming—sign-up sheets in student services, $70 per team—due March 30. Events begin April 4. •Students: Who have placed yearbook pre-orders are posted in student services—check today. NOW Wednesday Staff Co-Editors . . . . . . . . . . . . . Caroline Point and Ty Smith Assistant Editor . . . . . . . . . . Carly Knutson Staff: Michael Enalls, Aaron Johnson, Makayla Uithoven, Keenan Sorgdrager, Seth Randall, Rheannan Bills, Stephen Cordell, Joe Simko, Mckyla Moon Editor-in-chief . . . . . . . . . . . . Maddie Wiley Managing Editor . . . . . . . . . Hannah Smith Adviser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Jason Lueth The News of Washington is a publication of the Orange & Black Staff Washington High School–Sioux Falls, S.D. Some material courtesy of American Society of Newspaper Editors/ TNS Campus High School Newspaper Service

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Track teams open season at Bob Prince Invitational Boys sweep top three spots in 1,600 meter run By Ty Smith and Steven Cordell arrior track and field teams opened their seasons at the Bob Prince Invitational Tuesday at the Dakota Dome in Vermillion. In boys action, WHS swept the 1,600 meter run with seniors Alec Kray winning, Alex Derr finishing second and Cole Knoblich third. Senior Michael Enalls finished third in the 60 hurdles. Seniors Nick Rovang and Austin Miller took third and fourth in the 800 run. Senior Fernando Garcia came in first in the boys triple jump. In relays, the 4x400 team consisting of Derr, Kray, senior Isaiah Feterl and junior Ethan McKinney won. The 4x800 team came in second and the

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4x200 team finished third. Junior Jack Bren said the meet went well. “It was a good start on the year and it was good to know where we’re at as a team,” Bren said. In girls action, sophomore Hayley Christopherson took third in the 60 dash. Sophomore Carlie Kray finished fourth in the the 1,600 run. Junior Isabel Kinzer finished fourth in the 60 hurdles. Eighth grader Jaycee Johannsen and junior Bre Richardson both finished third in long jump and triple jump, respectively. The girls 4x200 relay team took second. “It went pretty good for it being my first meet ever,” sophomore Megan Etrheim said. The team returns to the dome for the Dan Lennon Meet March 28.

Bowling teams end season in Nebraska By Caroline Point Bowling team members finished fourth in the Star City Invitational last weekend in Lincoln, Neb. The girls team bowled 15 single games and three Baker-style games on Saturday and qualified third out of 14 teams to bowl in the finals on Sunday. The boys Black Team qualified fourth out of 20 teams and

the boys Orange Team 16th. The girls and boys Black Team both won the first round of match play on Sunday, lost in the second round and won the third. In the fourth round both teams got beat by Lincoln, Neb., teams. Seniors Emily Byllesby and Aaron Johnson were named to the AllTournament Team.

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Season Schedule: •March 28............ Dan Lennon In Vermillion •April 5............. Yankton Quad •April 9....... At Brandon Valley •April 12............ At O’Gorman •April 16.......Sioux City Relays •April 19...........Brandon Quad •April 22.............Legion Relays In Pierre •April 29....... Conference Meet At O’Gorman •May 3...... Roosevelt Triangular •May 6................ At O’Gorman •May 6-7............Dakota Relays At Howard Wood Field •May 13.......Greeno City Meet At O’Gorman •May 19.......Last Chance Meet In Brandon •May 27-28....... AA State Meet At O’Gorman/Howard Wood

Coaches for next year announced By Aaron Johnson WHS will see some new faces on the sidelines for the upcoming 2016-17 seasons as four new head coach hires were announced Tuesday. Kelly Schroeder will be the new head coach of the varsity volleyball team. Lance Peters will take over the wrestling program from legendary coach Marc Murren.

“There are a lot of great students and traditions here at Washington,” Peters said. “I hope to keep improving the team here, and to get it up to par with the basketball and Football teams.” Alissa Sendelbach will also be the new coach for the competitive cheer team and Cynthia Jones the new sideline cheer coach next season.

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What do you plan to do during the upcoming spring break?

A ssembled and photos by Michael Enalls

“I’m going to play Black Ops 3 in a ‘Call of Duty’ tournament and hang out with friends this weekend.”

“I’ll be hanging out with my family and hopefully enjoying some good spring weather.”

“I plan on going up to Fargo over the upcoming break.”

“I’m going to run in circles on Monday at the Dan Lennon track meet in Vermillion.”

“I plan to spend my break watching the movie ‘16 candles’ and baking six desserts.”

Big-time wrestling comes to city

Get ready to hear the loud bangs, see the massive men and women and rub off the goose bumps—on May 8, professional wrestling returns to Sioux Falls with a WWE Live event at the Denny Sanford Premier Center. Wrestling has always been a Hear me. . . pop culture phenomenon. Some of you may know that I am a huge Stephen Cordell wrestling fan. I enjoy it as entertainment because of the exciting elements the performance has to offer to the fans. The WWE, or World Wrestling Entertainment, gives the fans pyrotechnics when the wrestlers come out to the ring, has awesome entrance music for each wrestler that the fans are able to sing along with, and is kid-friendly entertainment the

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younger generation can watch and be involved in. Instead of violence, profanity and nudity, the WWE has simplified their show into a more PG-13 model that helps the company earn better profits with family entertainment. Lots of big-name wrestlers will be at the Sioux Falls event scheduled to include Roman Reign, Dean Ambrose, Sheamus, Kalisto, Ryback, Big Show, King Wade Barrett and many more. These wrestlers have been all over the world, and have showcased their talents for years. Professional wrestling may seem boring to some, but even if we know it’s fake, real injuries do occur as these entertainment-professionals give one hundred and ten percent each night to prove to their fans that they’re paying to see a good card of athletes. In the end, professional wrestling is simply entertainment at it’s finest. Take it in May 8. Senior Stephen Cordell is very excited to see his favorite wrestlers May 8.

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Recycling tech gadgets not easy By George Avalos San Jose Mercury News (TNS) SAN JOSE, Calif. — The Silicon Valley innovation miracle that has ushered in dizzying new ways for people to live, work and play also has intensified the pressure to find environmentally responsible ways to dispose of gadgets rendered obsolete.

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“This is more complex than cans and bottles,” said Jeff Hunts, manager of the CalRecycle electronic waste recycling program. “The bottle or can you drank from will soon become another bottle or can. E-waste is much more complicated.” Responsible disposal of electronic devices may require solutions that can match the innovation that went into the creation of those phones, TVs, games and drones. “An electronic device might have 25 different types of materials, and we attempt to process the materials into the original separate material types, which means we have to go through multiple steps of separation,” said Jim Taggart, chief executive of Valley-based ECS Refining. Many consumers are accustomed to pocketing some cash when they bring their cans and bottles to a recycling center. But they shouldn’t necessarily expect the same sort of micro bounty should they attempt to properly dispose of e-waste. Because electronic devices have greatly differing recycled values, people might wind up actually having to pay to properly dispose of numerous types of items. In sharp contrast, a smartphone has a commodity value ranging from $2.50 to $3 a pound after being recycled, while the processing cost is about $1 a pound. “Cellphones are so tiny and so efficiently manufactured, there is a much higher precious metals weight,” Taggart said.

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