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Wadsworth High Takes on Homecoming 2023


Students at Wadsworth High School danced the night away at homecoming on October 7 in the Wadsworth High School gymnasium.

The exciting weekend was kicked off with the varsity football team taking a powerful 49-7 win over the Stow Bulldogs on Friday night. After the game, the student council went to the high school to set up the Black Tie decorations. 

There were black and gold decorations covering the ramp, cafeteria, and gym. There was a photo booth students could use and take pictures with their friends. There were also two photo stations, which featured life-size cutouts of Taylor Swift, Ryan Reynolds, and Chris Hemsworth in front of black and gold streamers and balloons.

Volunteer parents also worked at a concession stand where students could take a break from dancing and buy food and drinks. 

Inside the dance, there was a huge DJ station and colorful strobe lights that lit up the gymnasium. There was also a professional photographer there taking pictures.

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Sydney Blake
Sydney Blake, Sports Editor
Sydney Blake is a senior and has been on the Bruin staff for two years. This year, she is Sports Editor. She plays varsity soccer for the high school. She is a part of various clubs and activities at WHS, like being an active member of the National Honors Society, teaching 4th graders the dangers of drugs, alcohol, and peer pressure with the HUDDLE program, and being a Peer Mentor for the freshmen class. After high school, she plans to attend college to study biochemistry and create a future for herself in the medical field. She is a huge Taylor Swift fan and loves going to country concerts in the summer.
Avery Nicholson
Avery Nicholson, Staff Writer
Avery Nicholson is a senior and has been on The Bruin staff for one year as a staff writer. Avery plays volleyball for the high school and is in the STNA compact program at Barberton High School. She is a member of the student council, Big Brothers Big Sisters, and the National Honor Society. After High School, Avery will be attending Lock Haven University to play volleyball and study criminal justice. She spends her time outside of school working at Liberty Residence Assisted Living, coaching youth volleyball at the YMCA, playing Junior Olympic volleyball for Cleveland Volleyball Company, and spending time with her friends.
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