Wildcats look for a comeback
The Wildcats watched a 6-3 lead turn into a 14-6 comeback loss to Freedom on Sept. 28. And now with a 1-4 record on their hands, the Wildcats are looking to make a comeback of their own.
Edgewater Eagles upset
Two upsets in one night made for some wild football for two Winter Park teams.
Lose early lead and game
Six unanswered scores by Boone turned a confident Winter Park 20-7 lead into a 44-26 ‘what if?’ loss on the gridiron on Sept. 14.
Ready for Boone
The Wildcats will hit the road for Boone for a 7:30 p.m. kickoff on Friday.
Wildcats look for redemption
Quarterback Asiantii Woulard may finally be living up to the hype heaped on him since before he first strapped on a Winter Park jersey.
Teacher wins health contest
WPHS marketing teacher wins Healthy Central Florida challenge, trip to Dr. Oz show taping
Winter Park valedictorians
Valedictorians and salutatorians from Winter Park and Edgewater high schools and Trinity Preparatory School speak of their successes, offer top-of-the-class tips and talk about their post-graduation plans.
Winter Park High pulled it off with ease and grace that made their production of “The Good Doctor” something to remember.
Water polo rocks
Hopes for a postseason run came to a shocking end on April 25 as the Winter Park Wildcats fell 3-2 in the first round of district play on the baseball diamond.
Wildcats and Eagles
For the Wildcats (15-9, 6-1), district play began this week at Timber Creek.
Friends seek answers
The two burned bodies found on the Cady Way Trail early Sunday morning are of Winter Park High School students.
The Wildcats will play their final weekend of regular season baseball on the road, starting at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 19.
Eagles team regroups
The Wildcats finally return home to play Freedom (3-14, 1-5) again at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 11.
Head to Bartram
The Wildcats will take the long trip to face Bartram Trail (3-8, 0-4) on March 27.
Send girls to NYC
Help send Winter Park High School’s all-girl a cappella group Take 7 to the finals in New York City.