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Tuesday, May 15, 2018
Happening Now •Girls Golf: JV Metro Meet 4 p.m. at Elmwood Golf Course •Track and Field: Last Chance Qualifier Meet 4 p.m. at Howard Wood •Baseball: Varsity vs. Mitchell 5 p.m. at Cadwell Park in Mitchell; JV vs. Brookings 5 p.m. at Harmodon Park •Girls Basketball: Open gym 6:15 a.m. Wednesday in main gym
Lunch Time at WHS •Today’s lunch: Breaded chicken patty, steamed broccoli •À la carte lines: Pasta, beef fajita, chef salad, sandwiches
AP Testing •Today: Calculus 7:45 a.m.; Computer Science A 11:45 a.m. •Wednesday: English Language and Composition 7:45 a.m.; Macroeconomics 11:45 a.m.
Group Meetings •Warriors Read Together: Will not meet this Tuesday-Thursday.
Other Reminders •Time is Running Out: May 29 is the deadline to order a 2018 Warrior yearbook at jostens.com or by bringing cash or a check to the yearbook room, A-134—cost is $65. •Chrome Books: That need repair should be turning in now to be ready for semester tests. NOW Tuesday Staff Co-Editors . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sidney Kennedy and Seth Benson Assistant Editor . . . . . . . . . Madelyn Moravec Reporters . Mallory Junso and Megan Nolan Editors-in-Chief . . . . . . . . . . . . Madi Forseth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .and Libby Nachtigal 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
Vol. 23 • No. 149
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Boys finish Greeno City Meet in fourth place
Last Chance Qualifier Meet today at Howard Wood By Cyler Melvin arrior varsity track and field team members competed in the Greeno City Meet, featuring the four large Sioux Falls schools as well as the two large Rapid City schools, Friday at O’Gorman High School as the girls took fifth and the boys finished fourth. It was an incomplete meet due to the weather, with 14 girls events finished and 15 boys. Coach Shane Reilly said it was an interesting night for the Warriors as the season nears the State Meet May 25-26. “The meet was canceled early due to lighting in the area,” Reilly said. “Overall, we had a number of great performances in the throws, jumps and on the track.” The girls finished with 276.5 team points. Lincoln won with 433.5 points, followed by O’Gorman, Stevens and Central. The boys accumulated 325 points. Lincoln also won the boys with 558 points, followed by Central and Stevens. For the girls, sophomore Phekran Kong won the high jump with a height of 5’2”. Senior
Carlie Kray finished third in the 1,600 meter run with a time of 5:28.68. Junior Jenna Sayler finished third in the shot put with a throw of 38’9”. Senior Raylynn Rohrer finished third in the discus throw with a distance of 107’3”. The Girls 1,600 Sprint Medley team finished second with a time of 4:40.21. In the boys division, seniors Bonheur Mvuyekure and Shodo Mahamed finished first and third in the 1,600 run with times of 4:24.34 and 4:34.92, respectively. Senior Shiloh Flanagan finished second in the high jump with a leap of 6’2”. The 1,600 sprint medley team finished second with a time of 3:54.22. Senior Topher Zahn said he was pleased with the meet, overall. “It was a good meet,” Zahn said. “We’re looking to continue to improve ourselves leading up to the state meet.” Some members of the teams will compete in the Last Chance Qualifying meet today at Howard Wood Field as they try to achieve the standard needed to qualify for the State AA Meet May 25 in Sturgis and May 26 in Rapid City.
Girls take ninth at own golf Invitational By Megan Nolan
Varsity girls golf team members took ninth place in the 10-team Warrior Invitational Golf Tournament Monday at Willow Run Golf Course. T h e Wa r r i o r s Sports shot 409 total strokes. O’Gorman won the event with 311 strokes. For WHS, sophomore Alyssa Wiseman had the top score, shooting a 94 total. Senior Gracie Johnson finished with 102 and sophomores Mackenzie Wynia with 105, Autumn Hullinger with 108
and Megan Richardson with 111 strokes. Johnson said it was a good day, overall. “Despite the weather, we all played well and had fun together in the rain,” Johnson said. “We are looking forward to Thursday in Brookings.” The varsity is next in action Thursday at the Brookings Invitational.
Warrior varsity baseball team members fell to O’Gorman 8-7 Monday in a game moved to Augustana University’s Ronken Field because of wet conditions at
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Harmodon Park. Coach Chad Barman said the Warriors could have played better. “We didn’t play very good defense, making six errors in the game,” Barman said. “We need to pick up two wins tonight to make sure we finish in the top four and get to host a regional game.” WHS will travel to Cadwell Park in Mitchell for a doubleheader at 5 p.m. tonight. The JV game with O’Gorman was cancelled Monday. They will face Brookings tonight at 5 p.m. at Harmodon, conditions permitting.
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Tuesday, May 15, 2018
Freshman plays cello on radio
Maximus Gurath chosen for Minnesota Public Radio Showcase
By Mallory Junso He may still be a freshman, but orchestra member Maximus Gurath has already proven himself a talented musician and Warrior. Gurath was recently one of five musicians to play on Minnesota Public Radio (MPR) in their Showcase Concert Sunday. Gurath said it was an honor to be chosen. “I love to perform,” Gurath said. “It not only connects me with my wonderful instrument, but it also connects me with Feature other people listening. It’s like I’m having the most intimate and satisfying conversation ever. And, I’m connecting with hundreds of years of music. That’s really special to me.” Gurath began playing cello at the age of 4, studying with Maxim Koslov for six years until he moved to Baltimore. Under Koslov’s direction, Gurath flourished, quickly moving into advanced high school repertoire by the age of 7. At age 8 he began performing with the S.D. Symphony Youth Orchestra. He won the concerto competition with them at the age of 12.
In 2014 Gurath took first place in the cello division of the Lucy Weed String competition where he had to memorize and perform three pieces. In 2014, he won the S.D. Symphony Young Musician’s competition, performing Boccherini’s B flat cello concerto with the S.D. Symphony Orchestra at three of their holiday concerts in December of that year. In 2015, he won the concerto competition at the Interlochen Music and Art competition. Last summer, Gurath compeated against musicians from all over the U.S. and was flown to New York City where he performed in Carnegie Hall as an orchestra member and in Philadelphia at the Kimmel Center with guest artist Esperanza Spalding. Gurath was also the principal cellist of the South Dakota AllState Orchestra in October and the principal cellist of the South Dakota Honors Orchestra in Rapid City in February. Gurath was one of 10 to be invited to make a professional recording of his piece at the MPR studios, and one of five to advance to the Showcase Concert at Ted Man Hall in Minneapolis on Mother’s Day.
Photo courtesy Lara Gurath MAXIMUM TALENT—Freshman Maximus Gurath, a member of the WHS orchestra, poses with his cello. He performed the first five movements of Tchaikovsky’s Rococo Variations. “It was a new experience in the way that it was broadcast live on the radio,” Gurath said. “It was a great performance opportunity on the best known classics station in the midwest.”
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Government heads to D.C. today in 1800 History.com (MCT) On May 15, 1800, President John Adams ordered the federal government to pack up and leave Philadelphia and set up shop in the nation’s new capital in Washington, D.C. After Congress adjourned its last meeting in Philadelphia on May 15, Adams told his cabinet to make sure Congress and all federal offices were up and running smoothly in their new headquarters by June 15, 1800. Philadelphia officially ceased to serve as the nation’s capital as of June 11, 1800. At the time, there were only about 125 federal employees. Official documents and archives were transferred from Philadelphia to the new capital by ship over inland waterways.
Our History President and Mrs. Adams did not move in to the (unfinished) president’s mansion until November of that year. Settling in to the White House was a challenge for the new first lady. In December, Abigail Adams wrote to a friend later she had to line-dry their clothes in what eventually became the East Room. Philadelphia was not the only capital of the U.S. before Washington. As British troops closed in on the city at the end of 1776, the Continental Congress decided to abandon the city and flee south to the safer haven of Baltimore. Bypassing the city’s old courthouse, delegates instead convened on Dec. 20, 1776, inside the spacious house and tavern of Henry Fite. The three-story brick building, redubbed “Congress Hall,” was among the largest in Baltimore and outside the possible artillery range of the British navy. There, delegates learned of Washington’s crossing of the Delaware River and his surprise victories at Trenton and Princeton.
Sioux Falls, SD, Washington High School daily student newspaper for Tuesday, May 15, 2018