Izabella Nickerson is an editor and chief for the UHS newspaper and a Junior at Ukiah High School. Izabella enjoys playing sports like tennis and volleyball, baking/cooking, and being outdoors. Izabella is creative and hardworking doing her part to make the UHS newspaper informative and entertaining. Izabella has been a part of the UHS news team for 3 years. She enjoys writing about the sports that students participate in at Ukiah High School as well as articles addressing women's rights and more. She would like to continue Journalism and make a career out of it. Becoming a sports journalist or a sports broadcaster.
At the beginning of September, cross country coach Chad Raugewitz found a way to start the practices again. The running program was offered through the City of Ukiah and lasted for several weeks. Recently on October 19th, our cross county team was able to start training again here on campus.
One of his primary goals while coaching baseball will be having the team get along and work together efficiently. “I enjoy finding out athletes' unique personalities, and their abilities to contribute to the productivity of the team,” Coach Ford said.
Though many activities for Ukiah’s youth have slowed down in the face of COVID-19, Ukiah High volleyball teams are finding ways to practice during the pandemic. This summer, Ukiah High varsity volleyball coach Amanda Brown decided to start an outdoor workout and volleyball practice for girls ages 13 through 18.
Today, December 8th, 2023, the Ukiah High Wildcats unleashed their artistic prowess at the December Performing Arts Showcase, treating both staff and students to a spectacular feast of performing arts delights!
The Ukiah High News team would like to congratulate Junior Nicole Muniz and Senior Maritza Jacobs, the dynamic single players of the UHS Tennis team. The duo participated and won 3rd place in the annual doubles tournament at Santa Rosa Junior College on November 1st and 2nd.