en Track:Teams do well at disrict meet <p> By PAUL HOOVER<br /> WHS Track Coach<br /> <br /> On Tuesday, April 11, the 2017 State Track and Field Series kicked off with Florida High School in Tallahassee hosting the 2-A, District 2 meet.<br /> This year&rsquo;s WHS squads once again performed well especially when judged by the number of individuals and relay teams that qualified to move on to the Regional Meet on April 25, at Bolles High School in Jacksonville. To advance to that meet, an individual or relay team had to finish in the top four in an event final.<br /> Baseball: War Eagles win 2 of 3 over the week <p> By KEITH ANDERSON<br /> WHS Baseball Coach<br /> <br /> The Wakulla War Eagles Varsity Baseball team improved their record this week to 8-11 winning two of three games.<br /> The War Eagles beat Liberty County on Monday 6-1 behind a strong performance on the mound from Sophomore KeiSerian DeSilva.&nbsp; DeSilva pitched 6 strong innings striking out 10 surrendering only 1 run in his first Varsity win. Junior Chase Grubbs closed the game with a strong inning of shutout work.<br /> FSU takes series against Clemson <p> By DANIEL PRENTICE<br /> Sports Correspondent<br /> <br /> The Florida State baseball team grabbed a 7-6 win over the Clemson Tigers on Monday night to win their series two games to one. The win could not have come at a better time for the Noles, as it was their first win of a weekend series since they swept Notre Dame March 24th to 25th.<br /> TCC hosts Hops and Half Shells 5K run <img src="" alt="Runners in the 5K race." title="Runners in the 5K race." align="left" hspace="6" /><p> By LINDA ANN McDONALD<br /> News Correspondent<br /> <br /> Tallahassee Community College&rsquo;s Wakulla Environmental Institute hosted the Hops and Half Shells 5K Trail Run/Walk. Proceeds from the event benefit scholarships awarded to students at TCC. Last year&rsquo;s event raised approximately $5,000.<br /> Underwater Wakulla- April 27, 2017 <p> Risk Management On and Under Water</p> Natural Wakulla Dandelions are a sign of the return of warm weather <img src="" alt="Dandelion seed head are ready for scattering in Wakulla County. They will identify their landing spots next spring with bright yellow flowers. " title="Dandelion seed head are ready for scattering in Wakulla County. They will identify their landing spots next spring with bright yellow flowers. " align="left" hspace="6" /><p> By Les Harrison</p> Refuge to hold Family Fishing Day <p> From St. Marks Refuge<br /> &nbsp;<br /> The St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge will be stocking Channel Catfish for a Family Fishing Day, to be held Saturday, May 6 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.<br /> Each family needs to bring sunscreen, snackS, insect repellent, fishing gear, and water.<br /> Follow the signs down Lighthouse Road to the parking area. You&rsquo;ll learn how to bait a hook, catch a fish, clean a fish, and cook a fish!<br /> Coast Guard Auxiliary Reports By Carolyn Brown Treadon: April 27th <p> Thank you to Alexander Gulde for the following article.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;<br />