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Signing Day

Congratulations to all of the student-athletes that signed letters of intent to play college athletics on November 14. Millard West had an impressive 20 signers this fall. Seven of which will be playing for division 1 programs, six for division 2, one division 3, four NAIA, and two will attend Junior Colleges. Below is a

The Catalyst – Interception King

Senior breaks record for most interceptions in a single season Nathan Thomas, Executive Striv Producer Nov. 12, 2018 The floodlights on, and beaming down on Westside Stadium on a cool Friday night in November. Both Millard West and Westside were fighting for a shot in the NSAA State Semifinals, locked at seven points a piece.

The Catalyst – MWHS Wildcat News

The Wildcat News is back with… Madelyn Augustine & Cole Filer – Anchor Veteran’s Day – Gabriel Paredes Reyes & Kaitlyn Willard Author April Henry’s MW Visit – Alexandra Dobesh & Annalise Smalley Harrison Street Construction – Bailey Christensen & Annalise Smalley Former Husker Tre Bryant Feature – Jacob Janousek & Nathan Thomas Chick-fil-A vs. Raising Cane’s – Dalys Beanum,

All Teams Schedule: Week of Nov 05 – Nov 11

Nov 08 Girls Varsity Volleyball vs. Gretna High School Gretna 7:30 pm | Pinnacle Bank Arena Nov 09 Boys Varsity Football at Burke High School Burke High School 7:00 pm | Harry A Burke High School Nov 09 Girls Varsity Volleyball at Tba TBA 7:00 pm | Pinnacle Bank Arena Nov 10 Girls Varsity Volleyball

State Volleyball & Football Info

State Volleyball Date: Thursday, November 8 Time: 7:30 PM Opponent: Gretna High School Location: Pinnacle Bank Arena Tickets: $9 Adults, $6 Students Tickets will be on sale beginning Tuesday afternoon in the activities office. General Info: Clear bag policy Bracket A spirit bus will be offered but must reach a minimum number of passengers. Playoff Football Date: Friday, November 9 Time: 7:00 PM

The Last Stretch

Delaney Richardson, Staff Writer The Catalyst October 31, 2018 On Oct 19th, it was finally time. Over 100 runners from eight other schools lined up to compete in one of the biggest meets of their high school career: State. The boys team earned the bronze medal at State placing third overall. Senior Mason McDonald finished