@wcasports: Viz strikes first cats trail 1 nil with 19 min left in the first(about 22 hours ago)
June 8 – July 24 (Monday/Wednesday/Friday)
Whether you want to be in top shape for the fall athletic season or simply wish to stay healthy year-round, the Summer Strength & Conditioning Program is a great opportunity for all upper school students. Cost is $150. Email Greg Schoenberg with questions.
Honor Jesus Christ in all things; He is the most important measure of our success.
Christian character defines who we are; God-honoring behavior, good sportsmanship, and abstaining from drugs, alcohol, and tobacco is required.Learn More
Good grades and conduct lead the way; successful athletes must be successful students.
“We before me.” What is best for the team always comes first.
We will run the race to win; competing at the highest possible level is the goal.
We are in this together; student athletes, coaches, and parents are all on the same page.
Commitments are paramount; showing up and honoring your word is the norm.
We will grow and improve in and out of season; getting better demands hard work.
Supporting other players and teams is expected; we all share Wildcat pride.
Positive attitudes will influence outcomes; passion, enthusiasm, and energy will drive us.
Activity: Boys – Basketball
Host School: Westminster Christian Academy
Visiting: University City
Reported School: Westminster Christian Academy
“I have worked for Westminster several times this season. [They] have shown excellent sportsmanship and maturity in every game I’ve worked. [They] ask respectful questions and don’t complain about calls. [The team] has some of the most respectful players I have ever officiated. [They] have asked me several questions over the course of the season, and always did so appropriately. [They] always accepted the answers too, which is unfortunately far too rare. [They] fought through a hard game last night in districts. [They] were defended closely and fouled plenty. Throughout it all [they] kept a composure and maturity that is rare among high school athletes. That will serve [them] well as [the players'] athletic careers moves to the next level. Finally, I want to compliment the coaching staff and administration at Westminster. I am also an educator, and it is very clear that the school puts its mission of creating good people far before their desire to create winning teams.”
Westminster’s fall 2014 athletes are living Athletic Pillar #3 - good grades and conduct lead the way. At the conclusion of the fall season, each team averaged a GPA of 3.21 or higher based on the athletes’ first-semester (unweighted) GPAs. They are proving that they are indeed student athletes and using their gifts for God’s glory!