Loss on the Road for Lady Wildcats Soccer

The Varsity Girls soccer team traveled to Athens yesterday to play region opponent Monsignor Donovan. Caroline Gibbs, Tyra Kimbler, Elizabeth Inman, Mary Ellis Baker, and Heather Cranford all had shots on goal but were ultimately unable to finish anything in the net. The final score was 0-2 as Monsignor Donovan stepped away with the win. Read More »

Girls Tennis Beats Prep

Westminster Girls Tennis defeated Aug. Prep 3-2 #1 singles Kylie Duckworth defeated Nina Shaver 8-0 #2 singles Cameron Frank defeated Katy Earwood 8-0 #3 singles Hannah Rogers defeated Mary Garrett McLeod 8-6 #1 doubles Michelle Iwama-Kaleigh Bakeman defeated Grace McLeod-Avery Meeks 8-5 #2 doubles Grace McDonough-Harper Sims defeated Brianna Earle-Emma McElmurray 8-5 Westminster Girls Region.. Read More »

Scoreboard Advertising Opportunities

The Athletic Department has made available two new advertising opportunities.  One ad panel (3′ x 8′) is on the Football/Soccer scoreboard and one (2′ x 7′) is on the Baseball scoreboard.  Scoreboard advertisement opportunities currently available: baseball for $750 with a $500 yearly renewal and football/soccer for $1,000 with a $750 yearly renewal.  Please CLICK.. Read More »

Dukes & Watson-Gayle Meet Milestones

Congratulations to junior Michael Dukes and senior Jelani Watson-Gayle who both crossed the 1,000-point threshold during this past basketball season! They join an esteemed group of former Wildcats (listed below). Westminster Varsity Basketball 1000-Point Club Amy Hancock (‘92) Brian Kyzer (‘92) Chad Cook (‘94) Daniel Hancock (‘97) Derek Curry (‘02) Bennett Ford (‘02) Kevin Curry.. Read More »

Difficult Second Round of Taxslayer Border Classic Tournament for Lady Wildcats

The Varsity girls soccer team played Atlanta International School in the second round of the Taxslayer Border Classic Tournament this past Friday. The score remained tied for the majority of the game, but Atlanta International managed to place their second goal, ultimately securing their win over the Lady Wildcats in a 2-1 victory. Tyra Kimbler scored the lone.. Read More »

Tough First Round for Varsity Girls Soccer Team in Border Classic Tournament

The Lady Wildcats had a difficult opening game in the Taxslayer Border Classic Tournament as they battled against the Columbus High School Blue Devils this past evening. The varsity girls fought hard, maintaining great defensive shape, while connecting a number of great passes and runs throughout the game. However, it was no match for the Columbus.. Read More »

Varsity Tennis beats Gatewood

Westminster Boys defeated Gatewood 4-1 #1 singles McKay Stakely defeated Willian Van De Planque 8-1 #2 singles Felix Booker defeated James Farley 8-0 #3 singles Logan Smith defeated Holton Farley 8-1 #1 doubles Luke Wells-James Millar defeated Jack Stickley-Jake Turner 8-1 #2 doubles -Forfeit to Gatewood boys record 3-2 Westminster Girls defeated Gatewood 5-0 #1.. Read More »

Lee Signs to Play Soccer at Covenant

Senior Noah Lee signed to play soccer for Covenant College on Wednesday, March 15. Way to go, Noah! Excerpt from The Augusta Chronicle coverage of his signing: “Lee has been an integral part of the Westminster soccer program the past four years, including starting for the team that has won three consecutive state championships. He has.. Read More »

Varsity Soccer in Border Classic tomorrow

TaxSlayer Border Classic Invitational Schedules Released  The schedules for the TaxSlayer Border Classic Invitational have been released. The boys will open up at 5:10 on Thursday, March 16 against Atlanta International. The girls open with Columbus HS at 8:30 on the same day. Games after Thursday will be determined by results in the previous games.. Read More »

Wildcats Baseball Drop 2nd In a Row

Wildcats baseball has had a tough time getting back into the win column after dropping its second game in a row.  The Cats played some good ball through 5 innings behind a great pitching performance by Brandon Shiley (5K/2BB, 5 hits) which saw the game score sitting at 4-1.  After Shiley left the game that’s.. Read More »