The WHS/WCHS Alumni Association recently awarded their first Alumni Scholarship to Courtney Dix of Winamac. She was presented her scholarship during the organization’s alumni banquet this past Saturday at the Church of the Heartland.
Dix, a recent graduate of Winamac Community High School, will attend Indiana University Purdue University of Indianapolis to study physical therapy. She was actively involved in many extracurricular and community activities while attending Winamac Community High School. Dix was a member of the National Honor Society, Drama Club, Sunshine Society, and Future Problem Solvers and also participated in softball and basketball for four years. Dix is the daughter of Heather and Michael Anderson.
The WHS/WCHS Scholarship Fund was created to provide financial assistance to a graduate of Winamac Community High School who plans to attend a post-secondary school or college. To learn more about this scholarship or to donate to this fund, visit www.winamacalumni.com.
Winamac Lady Warriors have won their 13th girls basketball sectional championship! The Lady Warriors began their quest for the championship by defeating North Judson for the second time this season in the first round of the North Judson sectional 59-46. Jessica Schramm lead the team in scoring with 13 points. Winamac then turned around in the second game and overpowered North Newton 61-35 behind Stephanie Shorter’s 14 points. Then in a hard fought championship game against Rochester, the Lady Warriors were able to avenge a 4-point loss suffered in Novemeber, by defeating the Lady Zebras 62-59. Sarah Redweik went out with a bang in her final sectional game by leading the team in scoring (19) as well as steals and rebounds.
Winamac (18-5) will be taking on Bowman Academy (18-6) in the first round of the Rochester Regional. Congratulations to the Winamac Lady Warriors on their 13th sectional championship!