After sending nine of their top ten varsity players to Sectionals from the Sub-Sectional tournament, the Hudson Raiders advanced four of those nine to the WIAA State Tournament in Madison. While Hudson had no Sectional Champions this season, their team finish of four 2nd Place finishes, 1 3rd Place and 1 4th Place finish garnered them the Sectional Runner-Up plaque again this year, the same finish as last year behind Eau Claire Memorial. Players going to the State Tournament on Thursday are: Tyler Grosz, Jacob Grosz, Kade Nickerson and Doubles Team Jack Geurkink and senior Captain Luke Johnson. Good luck at State!
Hudson High School students had an opportunity to meet Okello Sam, a Ugandan musician who founded “Hope North.” “Hope North” is a school in Uganda that provides sanctuary for victims of civil war. The school serves orphans, refugees, and former child soldiers. Okello shared his story of hope and resilience with our high school students.
Hudson Prairie’s 5th graders had an interesting experience learning about law from local attorney Ryan Cari. As part of their lesson, students researched a fairy tale and held a mock trial based on the story.
Much thanks to this great group of kids representing the Hudson Middle School Student Council who spent time cleaning along Highway 12. The Student Council adopted this section of the highway.
Pictured above in the back row from left to right is, Preston Jensen, Ryleigh White, Bennett Hatfield, Addie Aune, Kellen Grossenbacher, Nathan Kromrey, Frankie Franta, and Brin Swenke. In the front row from left to right is, Abby Obermueller, Olivia Huber, and Francis Foster.
Middle School 6th grade students in Ms. Ellstrom’s Family & Consumer Science class discussed the consequences of Shaken Baby Syndrome with Dr. Dana Dahl of Hudson Physicians.
Pictured above: Gavin Pervin, Dr. Dana Dahl, Kaitlyn Vargas
Hudson High School’s AP Biology students spent some time cleaning up the pond in front of the school.
The Hudson Raider varsity tennis team traveled to the Menard YMCA Tennis Center in Eau Claire for the start of the WIAA State Tournament and Sub-sectional play. The team is advancing 9 of 10 players to the Sectionals Tournament on May 22nd in Wisconsin Rapids. Good luck Raiders!
Photo: Competing for the Raiders in Sub-Sectional tennis at the Menard YMCA Tennis Center in Eau Claire were, kneeling left to right, Mitchell Drost, Brett Covey, Luke Johnson and Isaac Hennemann. Standing in the back from left to right are, Assistant Coach John Dahl, Lewis Holmberg, Jacob Grosz, Charlie Neuenschwander, Kade Nickerson, Tyler Grosz, Jack Geurkink and Head Coach John Knutson.
Hudson High School seniors in the engineering program recently presented their research and prototypes to professional engineers and family. Senior projects are designed to address a community problem with a proposed solution.
Students at Houlton Elementary School take some time to enjoy the sunshine!
Mrs. Domeier’s 3rd grade students at North Hudson Elementary School enjoyed the sunshine while they practiced their spelling words!