STANTON – Wausa High School has been a dominant force in “one Act” for the past decade, but this year brought new challenges – and new participants – to the program.
The school joined programs with Osmond High School, creating a Co-Op with over 80 members on the team. This influx in participants can lead to new challenges, but also new opportunities.
The group seems to be gelling well, winning district despite moving up to C-1 this year. The program will compete in state next week, trying to build on the success Wausa has had, winning the title the past six years.