Athletics Report

To: Michael Green

From: Paul Huddleston

Date: 12/12/18

RE: Athletics Report

Woodland Middle School

Winter 1 Sports

Girls’ Basketball

  1. 8th record (5-4)
  2. 7th record (3-6)
  3. Blended (Yellow) (4-5)
  4. Blended (Green) (4-5)

Their final games are on December 12th.


  1. We placed 5th of 10 teams at the end of season varsity league tournament. We had quite a few top finishers!
    1. Keaten Stansberry - 2nd
    2. Mason Rickard - 1st
    3. Tanner Berding 2nd
    4. Mateo Gutridge - 1st
    5. Billy Veronica- 3rd
    6. Adam Stover - 4th
    7. Brayden Kaufman - 3rd
    8. Isiah Patterson - 2nd
    9. Nicholas Blake - 3rd
    10. Brezy Summers - 4th
    11. Brandon Witt - 2nd

Boys’ Basketball

  1. Starts after Christmas break

Woodland High School


Boys’ Basketball

  1. Varsity record 0-0 league, 2-1 overall
  2. JV record 0-0league, 2-1 overall
  3. C record 0-0 league, 2-1 overall

Girls’ Basketball

  1. Varsity record 0-0 league, 4-0 overall
  2. JV record 0-0league, 3-1 overall


  1. Ashlyn Daugherty has won her last two tournaments and is up for Columbian Athlete of the Week
  2. The team has been doing well in tournaments and is 1-0 in league


  1. The coach was really pleased with their first competition – received their highest score in hip-hop EVER!
  2. Their next competition isn’t until Jan. 19 at Hazen.


  1. Their first competition of the season is Dec. 15 at Mt. View


  1. Remember that WHS Sports can be followed on Facebook (woodland high school athletics) and Twitter (whsbeavers) – and sports updates will also be available on our school website live feed.
  2. Our league also has a website for both wms and whs:
  3. Our boys and girls basketball programs participated in the shop with a cop program on December 8th. During shop with a cop, our teams helped local police departments provide clothes, toys and other items that may be needed during the holidays. The boy's team walked around with the kids helping them pick out toys, shoes, and coats. The girl's team would then wrap the presents for the children and everyone had an amazing time. Giving back to our community is just as important as winning games.
  4. We are running a sock/blanket drive with all items collected going to families in need that visit the Woodland Action Center. The drive will end with the Woodland vs Kalama boys’ basketball game on December 17th. Anyone that brings a donation will get into the game for free – including Kalama students and fans.