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Varsity / JV Boys SPLIT @ El Dorado Friday

Down 4 pts after 1 qtr of play, the Crusaders stepped it up a notch and by half lead by 3, 22-19. Wellington added to that lead in the 3rd qtr and would head down the stretch with the Wildcats with a mildly comfortable 6 point advantage, 35-29, and only 8 minutes to go. 

Turned out not to be a "good 8 minutes" for the visiting Crusaders, El Dorado put the pedal to the medal, outscoring WHS 17-4 and secured the non-league victory for their home crowd, final 46-39.

WHS 2017 Graduate / U.S. Army Chris Kop at WHS Friday

WHS 2017 Graduate Chris Kop, now in the United States Army, stopped by his ole Alma Mater Friday for a visit.

Spoke with Chris who indicated he joined the Army to "do something different with my life and maybe make a difference." The Army lifestyle takes some getting used to Chris said but "you just have to overcome the challenges and keep moving forward". Private Christopher Kop is an Aircraft Electrician and works on helicopters. Chris is heading off to Germany soon for a 2 year stay. 

Schools Ask For Parents' Assistance!

It's going to take all of us working together to get our kids healthy. Please do not send your children back to school if they have had a fever over 100F within the last 24 hours. They should be fever free for 24 hours without medication before returning to school.

Also, please do not send your children to school if they have been vomiting or have had diarrhea within the last 24 hours.

Haven Wildcat Classic Concludes / JV Update Too!

The #8 seed Lady Crusaders finished up the Wildcat Classic at Haven HS on Saturday. After a huge upset win on Thursday vs the host and #1 seed Lady Wildcats (49-46), the girls in red lost that "mo", falling to #5 seed Cheney on Friday (53-29) and then coming up short vs #3 seed Kingman on Saturday, (57-40). Still a 4th place finish in a field of 8 so nothing to hang your head about there. Cheney's full court press, (same press that gave the Lady Crusaders difficulties back on Dec. 7th at WHS), was again too much for the girls in red.