Former Crusader does it again!

Create: 04/18/2017 - 15:45

For the 2nd time in as many years, WHS 2013 Graduate Brian Peck has won the KCAC Mens Golf Conference Championship in Garden City, KS and this time around, with relative ease! The Southwestern College Senior battled in a one-hole playoff with a gentleman from Oklahoma Wesleyan for the crown last year, this year no need for that at all.

Former Crusader wins KCAC Men's Golf Championship!

Create: 04/30/2016 - 17:21
The following article and photo appeared on // Southwestern College's website.

GARDEN CITY, Kan. – The Southwestern College men's golf team put a wrap on its 2015-16 campaign this past Tuesday afternoon. Junior Brian Peck claimed individual medalist honors, and the Moundbuilders finished second as a team at the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference Men's Golf Championship, which took place at Buffalo Dunes Golf Course in Garden City, Kan.

Wellington 1995 baseball team reunion set for April 4

Create: 03/31/2016 - 08:49

The 2016 high school baseball season is just getting underway, but on April 4 Wellington's 1995 State-Championship baseball team will be remembered. 

Between games on Monday, April 4 the WHS '95 team reunion will take place at Hibbs-Hooten Field in Seller's Park.

The current Crusader squad will be hosting Wichita Collegiate that day, the first game begins at 4 p.m.


Crusaders lose close Sub-State Championship battle

Create: 03/05/2016 - 21:33

In heartbreaking fashion, Wellington lost to Rose Hill in the boys 4A Sub-State Championship game 53-46 on March 5.

Wellington's second and third chance shots weren't falling in the first half. They trailed 14-5 against Rose Hill after one. They did get on the board first, but it was tough going from then on.

At the start of the second, AJ Snipes swished a three from the top of the arch, and the Crusaders began to claw away at the Rocket lead. Snipes would go on to lead the team in scoring, without any buckets in the fourth - more on that later.

The Lady Crusaders bring home the hardware!!!

Create: 12/12/2015 - 22:46

It was GAME 3 time at the Kingman Eagle Classic, the Championship Girls game to be more specific and Wellington was in the thick of it after defeating Kingman and Conway Springs earlier in the week. The Lady Crusaders kept it close in the first half, after some very hot 3 point shooting by Sterling and the temporary benching of Senior Grace Mitchell who found herself with 3 fouls about halfway through the 2nd qtr. Wellington went to the locker room Saturday night at halftime, down only 33-36.

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