Wes-Del Girls Junior Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: 2 - 6
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Lady Warriors Improve to 3-8 on Season

After the Lady Warrior basketball team finished their 2014 campaign with a loss to Daleville on December 20th, Head Coach Kyle Mealy decided it was time to get back to fundamentals over the long holiday break. “After the Daleville game, we decided we have gotten away from some of the basics which we need daily. We

Warriors Basketball Split Double Header

The Warrior Basketball Teams played their annual double header vs the Broncos of Daleville this past Saturday night. This was also National Guard Night at Wes-Del.  The players on each team wore special uniforms provided by the National Guard.  They also, along with the Warrior Cheerleading Squad presented the colors by holding a volleyball court

Lady Warriors Win Two Out of Three this Past Week

Early last week the Lady Warrior Basketball Team ended the State’s longest losing streak by defeating Anderson Prep 52-32.  They followed that victory up by losing a hard fought battle vs a highly talented Bluffton squad.  That set up a weekend battle against Fall Creek Academy on Saturday night.  The Warriors came out fast and

JV Girls Season Moving Right Along

The Wes-Del JV team had a tough loss on Saturday against Blue River.  The JV Lady Warriors lost 31 to 30 in overtime.  Kyleigh Blackmer had a great offensive day scoring 18 points.  Also contributing were Makayla Blackmer and Jentry Johnson with 6 points.  On Tuesday against Bluffton the girls lost 47-17.  Kyleigh Blackmer led

Lady Warriors End Streak

Last night the Lady Warrior Varsity Basketball team ended a 76 game losing streak by defeating Anderson Prep 52-22.  Here is the  article that Ben Breiner from the Muncie Star Press wrote highlighting this Game: Before the Wes-Del girls basketball team plays a game, they have a team meeting in an assistant coach’s classroom. Monday,

JV Girls Basketball Underway

The girls’ jv basketball team has had a few games this year, with one victory.  In the first game against Randolph Southern, Wes-Del jv lost 43 to 15.  Kyleigh Blackmer had 7 pts., and Jentry Johnson and Megan Neal each had 4 pts.  In the second game of the year, Wes-Del lost to Hagerstown 36

Rooker Named All Conference and County Honorable Mention

It was an interesting season for Sophomore Abbie Rooker this year in girls’ basketball. After moving into a substantial varsity role as a freshman under former coach Sarah Parker, Abbie had to adjust to a new system and a new coach when Kyle Mealy arrived this past fall. The adjustment was not an easy one,