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Middle school cross country teams wrap up season at County

The middle school cross country teams wrapped up their seasons at Selma MS tonight where they ran the county meet. Every member of the Warrior ladies team had a personal record tonight! The ladies were lead by Jaci Knott who finished 2nd of 36 runners with a time of 12:27; Kamryn McGlothin finished in 5th

Warrior Athletic Pass

As most of you know, there are many required forms to participate in athletics here at Wes-Del.  As I mentioned in our annual parent meeting this past August, the Athletic Department is implementing a new policy called the “Warrior Pass”.  It will be the responsibility of the student athlete to get their pass and bring

Important Dates

With the fall season quickly coming to an end, here are a list of important dates heading into the winter season: October 19   1st High Girls Basketball Practice October 21   Middle School Fall Awards Program  6:00 p.m. November 2   1st Varsity Wrestling Practice November 2   1st 7th/8th Grade Boys Basketball Practice

Wes-Del High School Junior Varsity Football beat Union City High School 20-0

Monday, October 5, 2015 6:00 PM Union City High School AWAY 0 Wes-Del High School HOME 20 Game Recap The JV football team won their first game of the season last night. Jake sutton lead the way with both a receiving and a rushing touchdown. The Warriors travel next Monday the 12th to Alexandria. Box

Middle School Cross Country teams run well at Pendleton

On Wednesday evening the middle school cross country teams ran at the Pendleton Invitational which included 16 other very good teams. Several of our runners got there personal records that night: Jaci Knott, Allison Wylie and Evan Smith. The girls were lead by Jaci Knott who placed 16th of 93 runners with a time of

Wes-Del High School Girls Varsity Volleyball beat Jay County High School 3-1

Thursday, September 24, 2015 6:00 PM Wes-Del High School AWAY 3 Jay County High School HOME 1 Game Recap The Lady Warriors traveled to Jay County and beat a very strong (16-2) Jay County team last evening. The Class 2A #2 ranked Warriors set the tone by defeating the Patriots 25-20 in first set. After