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Baseball Seniors 2019


Busy Weekend on the MATS!

The WHS Wrestlers were in action Saturday at 2 different venues. We had "2" Lady Crusaders at the State Girls Wrestling Tournament in McPherson, Mackenzie Heacock and Alexis Patee. Heacock finished at 2-2 on the day, finishing 4th and Patee went 1-4, finishing 5th. There were 79 teams and 220 girls this year at the State Tournament. Up 107 girls from last year. KSHSAA will vote sometime in April, as to whether the Girls State Tournament should be "sanctioned".

Special K Basketball - Wichita East vs Wellington

Friday was "SPECIAL K" BASKETBALL time at WHS - visiting the Wellington Campus, the Wichita East Blue Aces!

A large crowd was on hand for this annual event, the band, the student body, an electric atmosphere, and more. Wellington students formed the pre-game FAN TUNNEL during introductions of the Blue Aces, then those same students assisted the Crusaders similarly, with their intros as well. 

Spirit Week Ends with More Tradition - The Duke Dance!

The DUKE DANCE was the final chapter to a week of royal fun for students at WHS and other schools across the district. On Friday, Dakota Lynnes was crowned the 2018-2019 WHS DUKE. Following that announcement and the rest of the Boys Varsity basketball game, it was time to dance. The pics below are COURTESY PICS WHS YEARBOOK!!


Fehrman & Young Medal @ Rose Hill Invite!

The Varsity Crusaders were in action this weekend at the Rose Hill Wrestling Invitational. 24 teams represented, Wellington's Kenny Fehrman (220 lbs) finished 3rd and Kanden Young (182 lbs) finished 6th. Congrats to both on their medal finishes!! 

Brennan Cantrell and Quinton Redford also saw mat action. Individual and team results follow.


Brennan Cantrell (7-8) place is unknown and scored 0.0 team points.

1st WHS Powerlifting Meet A Success!

Wellington High School hosted their first POWERLIFTING MEET Saturday at WHS. 195 participants from around this area were in attendance, both boys and girls. WHS had around 30 participants - overall results and pics can be viewed below! Congrats to the Crusaders, their head coach Ross Foley and many others. The meet was a big success. There are some very strong student-athletes in this area - one participant squatted 610 lbs. (wow)

Here are TOP 3 FINISHERS - click link below for ALL outcomes