The No. 9 men’s tennis team comes back to Marks Stadium after over a month on the road for two back-to-back conference matches against No. 16 Cal on Friday and No. 36 Stanford on Saturday.USC is 11-4 overall and 1-1 in the Pac-12 after losing 4-3 to Washington on Friday and beating Oregon 4-3 on Sunday.The Trojans have four singles player ranked nationally. At No. 25 is senior captain Max de Vroome, currently enjoying the best ranking of his college career. No. 55 is junior Nick Crystal, followed three spots behind at No. 58 by freshman Logan Smith. Another freshman, Jake deVine ranks at No. 109. The only doubles pair is composed by Crystal and freshman Laurens Verboven, currently at No. 38.The first opponent for the Trojans is No. 16 Cal on Friday. The Golden Bears are 10-3 on the season and undefeated in the Pac-12 after beating Arizona 4-0 and Utah 4-3 last week.Four Cal players are currently ranked nationally in singles. At No. 17 is junior Andre Goransson, followed at No. 28 by junior Florian Lakat. At No. 40 is sophomore Billy Griffith, while at No. 62 is senior Oskar Wikberg. The Golden Bears have two doubles pairs in the rankings as well. At No. 44 is junior Filip Bergevi with Lakat, who is also ranked at No. 76 with Goransson. The last meeting between USC and Cal dates back to last year, when the Trojans defeated the Bears 4-2 on the road in Berkeley.USC will play No. 36 Stanford on Saturday. The Cardinal are 10-6 overall, and they have an undefeated 2-0 record in the conference.The Cardinal have four players in the rankings. Sophomore Tom Fawcett leads the team at No. 6, followed at No. 56 by another sophomore, David Wilczynski. At No. 101 is freshman Sameer Kumar, while senior Maciek Romanowicz is currently at No. 110. Romanowicz is also in the doubles rankings at No. 64, pairing up with senior Nolan Paige.The Trojans beat the Cardinal 5-2 in a non-conference match earlier in this season on Feb. 26. In that match, the Trojans were able to come back after losing the doubles point, recording five wins in the singles matches. The only loss in singles came from Court 5, where freshman Jack Jaede lost at the tiebreak of the third set to Romanowicz.The matches will begin at 3 p.m. on Friday and at 12 p.m. on Saturday.
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You would be amazed and heartbroken at the number of children in this town, that don’t have enough to eat at home. Times are tough, we all struggle or have struggled and these kids are struggling because they are hungry and not necessarily because their parents choices, but also the result for unforeseen circumstances such as layoffs, medical bills, and so forth. This is the future of Wellington! Innocent children- lets help them out! Report Reply 0 replies · active 278 weeks ago +3 Vote up Vote down Maria · 278 weeks ago why do we not have a backpack program for the kids here in Wellington? I lived in Wichita and did a program there and loved it! We packed backpacks with food for the child and any siblings they had to suffice them for the weekend. It was an amazing program. I am pleased that you will be providing meals through the summer, but can we also not get a summer program in place for free meals? They also had meals in the summer time, usually lunch. but it was free only to children and their siblings also. These are things we should be looking into here in our city. I understand costs, but there are a lot of things that we could cut out to provide for these children who are hungry. Report Reply 1 reply · active 277 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down Jennifer · 277 weeks ago Maria, we do have the Backpack program! The kids that qualify get bags of food for themselves and their siblings every Friday! It is such a wonderful program! Report Reply +1 Vote up Vote down mom2mykids · 278 weeks ago Awesome program….and where do we donate? Also Maria, yes we do need this program for the weekends also….too many unfed children… Report Reply 1 reply · active 277 weeks ago +1 Vote up Vote down Mrs. Defore · 277 weeks ago You may bring or mail donations to Wellington High School. Checks can be made to WHS Leadership. Thank you so much for your interest!! 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Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” As part of the Wellington High School Service Day on Wednesday, April 22, will be the meal packaging event to benefit Meals-on-Wheels-for-Kids summer program.Karla Defore, WHS Leadership Instructor, sent out the following e-mail earlier this week:I wondered if we could get another little shout out about this outreach program — we really want to be able to reach some hungry Wellington children this summer.Â I’m not sure if many around town know about the Meals-on-wheels-for-kids program at the Methodist Church, but they prepare and deliver meals to over 100 kids three days a week all summer.Â We are wanting to feed them the other days of the week, meals they can easily prepare for themselves.This yearâ€™s service day will be on Earth Day. The Wellington Leadership team will be serving in a number of ways around the community, including a few new ones.Â Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors will be placed off campus, while freshmen will be working at WHS on a variety of projects.Students will be working on a meal packaging event to benefit the Meals-on-wheels-for-kids summer program, Defore said.â€œStudents will be working assembly line style to package meals for children in Wellington who may not have access to meals in the summer time,” she said.The leadership team will be working with Outreach, Inc (outreachprogram.org) to package high quality, easy to prepare meals for children.The cost is only $0.25 per meal. Â The WHS leadership team has a goal of providing 8,000 meals at a cost of $2,000.â€œIf we should happen to raise more money than our goal we plan to donate the excess to the Wellington Food Bank,â€ Defore said.If you have any questions about the meal packaging event or about Service Day, please feel free to e-mail Defore atÂ firstname.lastname@example.org–Follow us on Twitter.