See Photo Album for more pictures of this exciting event!
Mrs. Warren's Culinary Arts classes baked 54 pies for their Thanksgiving pie project. Happy Thanksgiving to everyone!
The fall of 1981 was a special time in Wink Wildcat history. This group of Cats is one of only two Wildcat football teams to make it to the state finals.
The Wildcats were led by Coach Robin Byrd and seventeen senior Wildcats. The Cats stormed through the playoffs, and fought in the state finals against the Bremond Tigers at San Angelo Stadium. The Wildcats lost a heartbreaker – 12 to 9. The Wildcat community would like to recognize and congratulate you on this tremendous accomplishment.
At least two teammates on this squad have passed on. Mr. Joe Wolf and Mr. Jimmy Henderson were key members of the 1981 Wildcat team, and their memories live on. To the entire 1981 team, we thank you for your dedication to your school and our community.
PICTURED: Kevin Daniels, Johnny Walker, Gayland Richardson, Paul Putnam, Ronnie Thomas, Martin Garcia. Present, but running chains: Raymond Dodd & Brad White.
On Saturday, November 3rd, Sophomore Lady Cat Maci Garrett competed in the 2A - State Cross Country Meet, at Old Settlers Park in Round Rock. She covered the 2-mile course in a time of 12:37 and finished in 21st place out of the 152 runners. Overall the weather was great. The runners did have good head wind for the first half mile. This was Maci’s first trip to the State Meet.
On Monday, October 22nd, the Lady Cats competed in the Region I Cross Country Meet, at Mae Simmons Park in Lubbock. Sophomore, Maci Garrett, led the Lady Cats, posting a time of 12:35 and an 11th place finish to earn a spot on the line at the State Meet in Round Rock. Completing the team was Sabrina Mercier 37th in a time of 13.25, Hannah Clark 44th in a time of 13.33, Odalys Anaya 148th in a time of 15.41, and Tyann Slaughter 155th in a time of 16.11. All of these girls ran well, bettering their time from the District meet two weeks earlier.
The State Cross Country Meet will be held at Old Settlers Park in Round Rock on Saturday, November 3rd. Maci will run at 11:00 a.m. in the 2A division.
SkillsUSA offers advanced training for students and advisors that focuses on professionalism, communication and leadership skills. This training is held in Washington, D.C., and allows members the opportunity to share their SkillsUSA and career and technical experiences with elected officials.
The 2018 Wildcat football team clinched Wink High School's 600th win on Friday, September 21, versus the Alpine Bucks. Congratulations to all the teams, past and present, who contributed to this honor!