Winston County High School

WCHS homecoming moves to Oct. 16

DOUBLE SPRINGS - The annual homecoming event at Winston County High School is anticipated by many throughout the fall. Unfortunately, this year is also the year of the pandemic and changes have been underway. The homecoming parade has been canceled this year, and plans are still not concrete on Spirit Night. However, events on homecoming night are still scheduled, albeit on a different day than originally planned.

Experience key to Jackets’ success this year


The Winston County High School Yellow Jackets
DOUBLE SPRINGS - Football has been a tradition at schools for many years. At Winston County High School, the first team began in 1920. With the exception of a handful of years in the 1920s and during World War II, scheduled games with area opponents have continued unobstructed. For the first time since 1945, WCHS has come closer than ever to not having football this season, due to the COVID-19

Gossett chronicles Winston County High School's history in new book


The front and back covers of P.J. Gossett’s new book about Winston County High School are nostalgic, featuring all Winsaga covers and the former school building.
DOUBLE SPRINGS - The incredible 100+ year history of Winston County High School is all together in one place for the first time, thanks to the Alabamian’s P.J. Gossett.

Local principal appointed to board by governor


Winston County High School Principal Jeff Cole
DOUBLE SPRINGS - Being a principal is more than just a job for some. It is a lifelong ambition of care for students, faculty, staff and even other principals. Winston County High School’s principal, Jeff Cole, has been a pillar for those who have passed through the front doors of the school since he became principal Dec. 16, 2003.

Lynn outscores Winston County 19-6


Austin Owens for the Winston County Yellow Jackets beats out the defense to first base.

By Melica Allen
Sports
nwamallen@
centurytel.net
DOUBLE SPRINGS - The Lynn Bears heated up their bats Thursday, Feb. 27, defeating the Winston County Yellow Jackets in Double Springs. The Bears won by a score of 19-6.
The Bears took a 3-0 lead in the first inning, with Brandon Hill, Cade Tittle and Chance Majors scoring.
In the top of the second inning, Hill doubled to score John Bryan, making it 4-0.