And Here's How you Can Help

Wyoming Athletic Boosters SuperSaturday is just around the corner and we need drivers!

The Wyoming Athletic Boosters Association is asking for your help with our Super Saturday event scheduled for Saturday, August 17th. Once again this year we need parents to drive our athletes throughout our neighborhoods to collect donations and Super Booster memberships.

SuperSaturday is the only major fund raising event for the athletic program during the school year. Roughly fifty percent of the athletic department’s budget comes from the boosters. It has been a tradition for nearly 50 years to send our athletes out into our neighborhoods seeking donations!

On Saturday, August 17th at 9:45 a.m., the day will begin with a quick meeting for the drivers and an introduction from our new Athletic Director, Jan Wilking, in the Wyoming High School cafeteria. The driver’s responsibilities will be to remain on the assigned route to supervise and ensure the safety of our athletes, keep track of their progress and encourage complete coverage. When finished they are to return the monies collected and any materials in the large envelopes to the teachers’ lounge near the cafeteria. Pizza will be served for all our drivers and athletes. You should be completed no later than 12:00 noon.

Please email Christine Marty,christine.marty@fuse.net or Tim Martytimm@tedmarty.com to sign up.

The Boosters and all of our student-athletes appreciate your help!

Girls' Soccer Looks Promising

This weekend, the Girls' Soccer team competed in the Nike Elite Tournament with about 40 other high school teams from across Ohio.  The team tied Colerain where the incoming freshman Jasmine Evans.  The second game against Monroe also ended in a tie at 0-0 with Junior Olivia Munneke recording the shutout.  Sounds like it's going to be an exciting season.

Thanks to Coach Gruber for the details and to Deb Varland for the pictures.
See more even more HERE


Boys' Soccer Cleans-Up in Batavia

Summer's almost over and Deb Varland's no slouching slacker. She's already back to the grind shooting soccer for us here at the Round-Up. She made it to the Batavia Pre-Season Tournament to catch the Boys' teams. The Older Team went 4 for 4 while the Younger Team split down the middle with 2 wins and 2 second place finishes.
See more summer soccer shots HERE


Successful Swordfish Season in Review

Swordfish Swimmers and Divers Team Up for Second Place

After 7 weeks of practice, 5 dual meets, a fabulous All-Team Party, a delicious All Team Breakfast, a fun filled All-Team Outing and tons of fun times together, 155 members of the Swordfish Swim & Dive team were pumped for Championship competition followed by the annual Banquet  and season-ending  slide show.
The Swordfish Swim & Dive Team at the Wyoming Swim Club competes in the 14-team Private Pool Swim League, one of the premier summer club leagues in the area.  Once again it was a joint effort that led to an amazing and unexpected 2nd place combined team win. At the time of the Banquet on Friday July 19th, the Swordfish swimmers had claimed a solid third place finish behind Montgomery and Mt Lookout, with many great relay and individual performances over 2 days of competition at Keating Natatorium.  The Dive competition was not finished because of many rain delays on Thursday and Friday.  At the banquet, veteran dive coaches Shauna Tamanko and Bo Bottenhorn were reluctant to make any promises about the final outcome of the dive competition.
On Sunday July 21st, at the conclusion of the diving championships, the Swordfish divers finished a strong fourth place – only 0.5 points out of third place!  In the process they outscored the divers from Mt. Lookout, our challengers for second place overall, by 83 points and vaulted the Swordfish into second place by 6.5 points.  Another true team success for the Swordfish as they capped off an outstanding 2013 season! 

Congratulations to all the Swordfish swimmer and divers!  Many thanks to Dive coaches Shauna Tamanko and Bo Bottenhorn, Head swim coach Jonathan Profitt, Assistant head coach Sara Krueger, age group coaches Otto Warmbier, Alex Burgess, Erin Engelhardt, Caitlin Gagnon and volunteer coaching assistants Jonathan Rutter, Becky Denson, and Ellen Koesterman,  the parent committee and parent volunteers for a job well done!

Thanks to Anita Guy Burgess for the report and photo


Super Soccer Saturday

Come on, you know cutting the grass won't take all day, and you know watching the Lumberjack's Challenge on TUFF TV (right, I don't have cable) isn't really satisfying that deep down need for some Cowboy sports action.  It seems like the only thing to do is head out to Batavia on Saturday, July 27th to support the pre-season Boys' Soccer team.  The boys aren't the only ones who need the pre-season to warm up.  It'd be a shame if at the first regular season game you lost your voice as you cheered your lungs out and had to spend the next few weeks on the DL.
1. Schedules
 The schedule for the Older Team is as follows:
Game 1 – July 27th8 am vs. Bethel Tate in the stadium
Game 2 – July 27th1 pm vs. Glen Este in the stadium
Game 3 – July 28th1:15 pm vs. Roger Bacon in the stadium
Game 4 – July 28th6:15 pm vs. Batavia in the stadium
The schedule for the Younger Team is as follows:
Game 1 – July 27th9:15 am vs. CHCA on Field #3.
Game 2 – July 27th1:00 pm vs. Bethel Tate on Field #3
Game 3 – July 28th3:45 pm vs. Anderson on Field #4
Game 4 – July 28th6:15 pm vs. Fayetteville on Field #3
2. Field Map - HERE
5. Location
The Batavia Tournament is being played at Batavia High School which is located at 1 Bulldog Place, Batavia, OH 45103. Directions from Wyoming High School to Batavia High School HERE
6. Concessions
 There will be full concessions available for breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as all hydrating options. Blackout Tee's will have tournament shirts available with team names on the back. They are available in green and white, and they also should have additional color options available.

One to Watch

An eagle-eyed Cowboy aficionado caught the mention of Wyoming alum', hometown hero, Larry Black, Jr. in the Cincinnati Enquirer today.  The following is from the article

A look at one of the college free agents vying for a roster spot:
Larry Black
Position: Defensive tackle
Height/weight: 6-2, 312
Background: The former Wyoming High standout started 40 games at Indiana. Last season he was second on the team in sacks (4.0) and tackles for loss. In high school, he was the Anthony Munoz Lineman of the Year as a senior.
Prospects: The defensive tackle spot is extremely deep but the Bengals have had a penchant for signing local players to the practice squad who have had good camps

(The picture above is from the Cincinnati Bengals' website.)


Swordfish Seniors Stand-Out

Wyoming Swordfish Team Honors Graduating Seniors

On Thursday, July 11 at the final home meet of the 2013 season, the Wyoming Swordfish Swim & Dive Team honored 6 graduating seniors. Together this special group of outstanding seniors has participated on the Swordfish Team at the Wyoming Swim Club for a total of 59 seasons! In additions to their contributions to the swim and dive team, several of these seniors played a major role in the renovation of the club prior to the 2008 season. They invested sweat equity in the club working side by side with other members to demolish and rebuild the bath house, paint the facility, clear brush and paint the renovated pool. More recently, this group of seniors taught swim lessons, helped with swim camps, worked at the snack bar and the front desk, worked as lifeguards and coached younger Swordfish swimmers on the team.
At the recognition event, the following senior tributes submitted by their families were announced prior to the first relay event.
Alexandra Abel
Alexandra started swimming at age seven for the Swordfish Team at the Wyoming Swim Club. She continued that winter with the Powel Crosley Jr. YMCA Tigersharks and later swam for the Cincinnati Marlins.  At age 8 her Medley Relay team broke the Swordfish record. They are still on the record board today. Alex was awarded the Swordfish’s Irene Dundon Memorial Award for dedication to swimming after the 2012 season. Alex swam for Wyoming Middle School and Wyoming High School. She earned Rookie of the Year her Freshman Year and ended her career as Captain of the Varsity Team.  She will attend The Ohio State University in the fall. Her friends and memories from the swim club will last her a lifetime. Thanks for allowing her to be part of such a strong family for over 12 years.
Alex Burgess
Alex joined the Swordfish as a six year old, where he developed a love for competitive swimming that continues to this day.  Now in his 13th year as a Swordfish, Alex holds both Swordfish team and PPSL league records in the 11-12 50 Free and 13-14 100 Free.  After the 2011 season, Alex was awarded the Swordfish’s Irene Dundon Memorial Award for dedication to swimming. Alex has many fond memories of his time with the team, but the highlight has been coaching the 9-10 age group this summer. The love for swimming that began at the Wyoming Swim Club led Alex to join the Powel Crosley Jr. YMCA Tigersharks at the age of 7, and he has been a year round swimmer there ever since.  Alex set 5 individual Tigershark team records in Freestyle events ranging from 50 Free to the 1650, and swam on relays that set 3 team relay records.  Alex swam for the Wyoming Middle School team, and still holds the southern Ohio middle school record in the 100 Free.  In high school, Alex was a varsity swimmer all four years at St. Xavier, earning recognition as an Academic All-American his senior year by the National Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association of America.  Alex will attend Miami University in the fall and study engineering.

Erin Engelhardt
Erin has been a Swordfish since she was 5 years old. Some of her earliest memories are of summer seasons with former coaches Michael Neuss and David Jolson. She learned to swim at Wyoming Swim Club, and later swam for the Powel Crosley Jr. YMCA Tigersharks and then the Wyoming High School team until her graduation. Swimming is something that has been a constant in Erin's life and she credits the Swordfish for teaching her to love the sport. She has many favorite memories, but coaching the 9-10's this season by far takes the cake. Erin hopes to work with children as an Art Therapist someday, and will study Art and Social work at St. Olaf College in Minnesota in the fall.
Robin Hessler
Robin began swimming with his brother, Charley, and sister, Rose, when he was 7.  He started swimming with North Hills Swim Club and Cincinnati Marlins. He swam for both teams for 9 years.  Robin swam for the Aqua Bombers all 4 years while at St. Xavier High School.  His favorite memory is swimming in the Greater Catholic League meets while at St. Xavier.  During high school, he also swam for the Powel Crosley Jr. YMCA Tigersharks. His family joined Wyoming Swim Club last summer and Robin began swimming for the Swordfish Team. Robin works as a lifeguard at the club. Robin will be attending Xavier University and will major in Occupational Therapy.
Ben Kurtz
Ben started swimming when he was 8 and diving when he was 10. He has great memories of playing capture the flag with former coach David Jolson, swimming with good friends Alex Abel, Otto Warmbier & others and diving for Coaches Shauna Tamanko and Bo Bottenhorn. Ben’s Swordfish highlights include placing 4th at Finals when he was 13 and had a cast on his ankle.  He also holds the Swordfish team’s 15-18 Boys diving record, which he broke again this season. In 2010, Ben and his siblings, Maddie and Lydia, were awarded the Swordfish’s Scott Oury Memorial Award for dedication to the sport of diving. Ben is coaching diving this year at the Cincinnati Country Club. He will attend Wesleyan University in Connecticut in the fall and will play football there. 

 Otto Warmbier
Otto began swimming for the Swordfish Team as an eight and under after Mike Leonard, head coach of the Powel Crosley Jr. YMCA Tigersharks, encouraged him to be a swimmer. He continued swimming year round as a Tigershark through his middle school years. Otto was part of a Swordfish Freestyle Relay team that set an 11-12 team record that still stands today. In 2009, Otto was awarded the Swordfish’s Irene Dundon Memorial Award for dedication to swimming. In addition to his skills and athletic abilities, Otto has attributed part of his swimming success to a lucky leopard print towel, which he still uses in swim meets. As a middle schooler, some of Otto’s best friends were his swim buddies. Last season, Otto volunteered to help coach the six & under swimmers on the Swordfish team. He returned this season to coach the same group where his enthusiasm for the team and the sport are a great asset. His family loves to watch and cheer for Otto---in the water Otto always gives it his all “leaving everything in the water.” Otto will be attending The University of Virginia this fall. Memories of his time at the Wyoming Swim Club won’t be soon forgotten.
Photo and write-up thanks to Anita Guy Burgess.


Lace Up Your Orthopedic's, Ethel

The Cross Country Alumni Race is slated for Saturday, August 10th at 9am.  It's being held at Glenwood Gardens.

I'm all for boosting your team's confidence, but inviting old people to the park for a race, knowing full well that they will get distracted as they begin to look for a place to stop and feed the ducks, seems more than a little unfair.  The only way Coach Glendenning could have set up his team for an easier win would have been to have them compete against four-year-olds inside a Toys R Us.  Of course, the Hare thought he had the race in the bag when the Tortoise snuck in for the win, so I guess anything could happen.

The 3k race is open to all former runners.  Bagels and drinks will be provided (I'm not sure if that includes prune juice or Metamucil).


The Old Familiar Faces

In the tradition of Jake and Elwood, they put the band back together.  Yes, the old-timers came back to put on a show at the Alum Game on Saturday, July 20th.  
Of course, the 80's throwback analogy falls apart in the end though.  At this event, there was no reason to sing the blues.   No matter the outcome, the Cowboys won.
It looks like it's going to be an exciting season for the Boys' Soccer teams.  We at the Round-Up suggest you don't miss a game.  We'd hate to see Thomas's enforcers pay you a little visit.
See a few more pictures from the game HERE

Color Me Your Pictures

My youngest daughter ran in the Color Me Rad run at Kings Island on Saturday, July 20th.  What a cool event.  I'm sure she wasn't the only Cowboy there. 
Send in your pictures!!
Attach them to an email to wyoroundup@gmail.com


The Early Bird Gets the Tri-Health Physical

The following just came across the news desk here and will be a bonus for those of you who wake up and check the Round-Up even before your first coffee or Mountain Dew (depending on your generation).

Tri-Health is offering $20 physicals at the Tri-Health Pavilion in Blue Ash tomorrow, Saturday July 20th from 8AM to 11AM.  No insurance co-pays will be accepted.  The physicals are for students from grades 7-12 and half of the cost will come back to the school.


Record-Breaking Seadragons

Coach Fuller sent in the final report for the Seadragon's this season.
The Wyoming Seadragons finished off their season with a great performance at Championships. Unfortunately, the Seadragons took second place to Evendale by only 52 points. There were some fantastic swims throughout the 2 day performance despite the incredible heat. We had 2 record breaking swims. Rowan Donovan broke the league record in the 7/8 25 meter freestyle and the relay team of Phil Brocker, Carson Burt, Andrew Derge, and, Ethan Wayman broke the league record in the 13/14 200 meter freestyle relay.
Congratulations to all of the 2013 Seadragons for a fabulous season!


Soccer Alumni Game

The Boys' Soccer team had a good outing when they went 1-2-2 against mostly DI teams this past weekend at the Mason Pre-Season Tournament.   They will be ready to take down some old folks at the Alumni Game on Saturday, July 20th at 7:00 at the High School.  Whether you're rooting for the team that eats dinner at 4:00 so they can be ready to watch Matlock before bed, or whether you're rooting for the current crop of Cowboys, come out and cheer.


Undefeated In The Water

Coach Valerie Fuller must have an insatiable sweet tooth.  She has decided to only taste sweet, sweet victory all summer long.  Her Seadragon squad obliged her and came out of the regular 2013 season undefeated.  Championships begin Monday, July 13th in Reading.  Below is Coach Fuller's report from the final meet in Sharonville on Thursday, July 11th.
The Wyoming Seadragons finished off their dual meet season with a win over Sharonville, 409 to 329. There were many close races with Wyoming winning quite a few. It was very exciting!  The swimmers swam amazing! All of the coaches are so proud of their Seadragons and are excited for the Championship meet in Reading on Monday and Tuesday.


So Long, Senior Swimmers

Tuesday, July 9th was the final home meet for the Seadragons.  Besides the domination of the Norwood 'Cudas, it was also Senior Night.  Due to a mission trip, only two of the four Seniors who are wrapping up their Wyoming swimming career were present.  Somehow the text from Katie Carmichael's presentation got leaked (pun intended) and is presented below.  Until the heat dies down, I will be hiding out at the TCBY in CVG.

David Weinrich
David started with the Seadragons when he was just 6 years old! When he was little the coaches had to pry him off chairs to get him in the water and Coach Valerie claims that it is not really that different now. Joking aside, David has been a dedicated swimmer for a long time and he participated on the swim team at both WMS and WHS. David says what he will miss most about swimming is Valerie’s desperate attempts at getting them all in the water at those early morning big kid practices. I think that we will all miss his big handsome smile around the pool.
David is not just a swimmer… he is an avid and accomplished all-around athlete. Specifically, he is also a high level soccer player having been a member of the WHS team as well as the Cincinnati United Soccer Club. He hopes to attend Manchester University in Indiana to major in Computer Science and continue his soccer career. We wish you all the best David and thank you for your dedication to the Seadragon Family for all these years! Way to go!
Brennan Burt
If you have spent any time at the pool chances are you know Brennan…a cheerful hello and a smiling face is something you can always count on from him.  Brennan began swimming for the Seadragons when he was 5 years old, this is his 14th season on the team. At 5, he could barely make it across the pool, 14 years later, he now coaches! This season the 7/8s and last season the 6 & unders. Brennan also started swimming for Powel Crosley Jr. YMCA when he was 6 and has grown into a National YMCA swimmer with the Tigersharks. Brennan also swam for the Wyoming Middle School and High School. During his high school swimming career, he earned both District and State medals. He will NOT swim in college but hopes to play club water polo.

Brennan also played soccer, football and ran cross country. He was elected to Student Council his senior year and was inducted into the Cum Laude Society. He was awarded many tremendous academic scholarships. He will study Mechanical Engineering at THE Ohio State University in the fall on a four year merit scholarship he earned for an essay on diversity and inclusion. Brennan is a bit of a jokester and well known for his great big smile and happy go lucky attitude which brings a smile to everyone around him! We feel so lucky to have him as part of our team for all these years!

 Maggie Barrett

Our lone female graduate, Maggie Barrett is representing for the ladies! Since we only get to have one this year, we are so glad it is her…she is an all around fantastic person and a spectacular role model.  A true veteran, Maggie has been a Seadragon for 8 years.  She has been swimming since she was 3 and Coach Kay's older sister taught her first swim lessons! Maggie's love for the Seadragons has always been more about the team and fun than the actual swimming! As a captain for the Wyoming High School Swim team, she obviously likes to swim, but her real passion is running. Which is maybe not surprising since according to her Mom, Valerie, Maggie is rarely ever still even for a moment!  She is happiest when she is busiest, volunteering, working, studying, working out, etc.  Maggie is hard working…holding several part time jobs around town. Quick with a smile or a quiet kind word of encouragement…she has many adoring fans among the littler kids.  So, it is no surprise that Maggie’s best experience with the Seadragons swim club has been in her coaching role this year.  An excellent student, Maggie is headed to the University of South Carolina this fall to study Biological sciences. We know you will make us proud there too!

Matthew Skidmore
Matthew began swimming for the Seadragons following his 6th grade year. He must have liked it because he went on to swim for the Wyoming Middle and High School throughout his academic career. He was a team captain for the WHS swim team this year. Matthew is a well rounded sportsman having  also participated in football and tennis through the years. He is an enthusiastic athlete that truly enjoys a team atmosphere and the spirit and camaraderie that come with it. Matthew has varied interests and is an active member of his youth group and loves to give his time and effort to volunteer projects. Matthew is a great student and plans to continue his studies next year at the University of Alabama in their Engineering program.  We wish you well in your new endeavors and know you will make us proud as you go out into the world!


Boys' Golf Tryout Tee-Times

The start of the Ohio High School Boys golf season is slated for Thursday, August 1, 2013. This year’s tryouts for the WHS Boys teams (Varsity and JV) will follow this schedule:
Day 1 – Thursday, 8/1 @ Glenview Golf Course, first tee time is 9 AM. We will be playing 9 holes. Cost is $14 / player including a Hamilton Country Junior Golf Pass which can be re-used for discounts on future rounds.
Day 2 – Friday, 8/2 @ Sharon Woods Golf Course, first tee time is 7 AM. We will be playing 9 holes. Cost is $10 / player.
Day 3 – Monday, 8/5 @ Wyoming Golf Club, first tee time is 3:30 PM. We will be playing 9 holes. There will be no cost for this round.
It takes approximately 2 – 2.5 hours to play 9 holes, so players should plan their schedule accordingly. Players should be sure to make arrangements for food and drink before / during / after each round. The weather will likely be very warm on these days, so players need to plan appropriately to avoid a crash due to hunger or thirst.
Email coach Rod Crider (rodcrid@hotmail.com) if you have any questions prior to tryouts. Thank you.

CORRECTION - Revised Basketball Camp Dates

I made a mistake when I posted the REVISED Basketball Camp dates.  I must have been looking at my Mayan Calender which showed Monday as being the 16th.  I don't know why I am still using that calender anyway.  It seems like their quality control really fell off after 2012.

The correct revised schedules for the Basketball Camps are as follows.

Camp Dates are
Monday, July 15 through Thursday, July 18.
Grades 2-5 3pm to 5:45pm
Grades 6-9 6pm to 9pm


Seadragons Win BIG

If it wasn't for good news, Coach Fuller wouldn't have no news at all.  She filled us in on the Seadragons' final home meet Tuesday, July 9th meet against visiting Norwood.

The Seadragons swam against the Norwood Barracudas on Tuesday and despite missing many of the older swimmers, won 579 to 101. We had a great night despite a delay because of weather. We had several of our 6 and unders swim their very first race. We also had a 6 year old volunteer to swim the 25 butterfly! What a great night!


The All-Star Break

There are lots of Cowboys to be found in the Spring Enquirer All-Stars

First Team

Parker Chalmers - The sophomore shortstop was Division II second-team all-state. He hit .458 with eight doubles, five triples, 24 RBI and 25 stolen bases.
Will Marty - The junior outfielder was Division II second-team all-state. He hit .487 with 12 doubles, three home runs, 39 RBI and 10 stolen bases.
Honorable Mention - Michael Kelly

Honorable Mention

Myles Bourbon
Will Carter
Nick Plattenburg
Michael Montgomery

Girls Track
First Team
Kayla Livingston
- The senior won the district in the 100 hurdles and was second at regionals. She won the district meet in the 300 hurdles and was second at regionals.
Honorable Mention
Long Jump
- Kayla Livingston

Boys Track
First Team
Ben Stites
- The sophomore was second at the district in the 1,600 and sixth at the regional meet.  He was part of the 4x800 relay which won the district, and was third at the regional.
Chase Guggenheim - The senior was part of the 4x800 relay, which won the district, was third at regional and finished 12th at state.
Ian Goertzen - The junior was part of the 4x800 relay, which won the district, was third at regional and finished 12th at state.
Nate Johnson - The senior was part of the 4x800 relay, which won the district, was third at regional and finished 12th at state.
Honorable Mention
800 - Chase Guggenheim
3,200 - Ben Stites


4th of July 1k Run

Even considering the rain, that had to be the sloooowest 1k race I've ever seen.  I didn't see anyone even trying to actually run.  They were just walking around like it was a parade or something.  If some of the runners would have spent less time waving to the spectators maybe they would have been able to pick up the pace.  And I don't want to be mention any names here, but some of the racers were playing dirty. It looked like they were throwing candy all over the course to trip up the competition.  Say what you will about "kids these days", but they were the only ones who seemed concerned about the safety of the runners.  I saw plenty of them trying to clean it up as soon as it hit the ground.

Still Undefeated

Coach Fuller sent us the good word from the Seadragons July 2nd meet at St. Bernard
The Wyoming Seadragons continued with their undefeated streak last night, beating the St. Bernard Stingrays by over 300 points. The Seadragon spirit was out in full force as exhibited by Collin Payne who was seen during the evening running up and down the pool deck cheering for all of his Seadragon team mates. It was a great night!
The pictures aren't actually from the St. Bernard meet, but you get the idea.


REVISED Basketball Camp Schedule

The revised schedules for the Basketball Camps have been announced.

Camp Dates are
Monday, July 15 through Thursday, July 18.
Grades 2-5 3pm to 5:45pm
Grades 6-9 6pm to 9pm 

Basketball Camp Bouncing to New Dates

Coach Rooks wants help spreading the word that Basketball Camp will have to be rescheduled as the gym floor won't be ready in time.  Stay tuned for more details.

In with the New

Wyoming City Schools is proud to announce the appointment of Janice Wilking as the new athletic director for the district, pending approval by the Board of Education on Monday, July 1. Wilking is joining the community from Oak Hills Local School District, where she served as athletic director since 2004.
Wilking will manage all athletic activities for Wyoming students in grades seven through 12. She will officially begin her tenure in the district on August 1. In her role as athletic director for Oak Hills Local School District, she managed 26 varsity and more than 100 assistant coaches. In addition, she served as the vice-president of the Greater Miami Conference and also led a $1 million turf field capital campaign and a $500,000 fitness center fundraising effort. She was the Title IV compliance coordinator for athletics and was once awarded the Ohio Athletic Administrator Horizon Award. Wilking is a 1998 graduate of The University of Charleston, where she earned a full athletic scholarship. She is an NIAAA Certified Athletic Administrator.
“Janice’s passion for providing athletic and leadership opportunities for every student was a clear indicator of her ability to effectively manage the Wyoming athletic program,” said Superintendent Dr. Susan Lang. “We are excited to welcome her to our district and we look forward to working with her as she guides our student athletes in their athletic, academic and social opportunities.”

Please join the Boosters in welcoming our new Athletic Director Jan Wilking. We look forward to the leadership she will bring to our Athletic Department and as a member of the Wyoming Boosters Association.