High Expectations for Winter Olympics with Russia and North Korea

Andrew Stevens, Sports Reporter

January 26, 2018

It’s been 30 years since the last Olympic Games were held in South Korea, and in 2018, South Korea seems more prepared than ever to open their country to the top athletes from all across the globe. With 90 countries competing in ...

From physics to medicine: A look into sports JanTerms

Aydin Bandukwala, Sports Reporter

January 26, 2018

Each January, the Upper School partakes in JanTerm: an intensive, three-week course of study allowing Upper School students to focus on a single topic in great depth and at an accelerated pace. Out of the 46 courses offered, a fe...

Falcons downed by Eagles in NFL playoffs

Jack Minson, Sports Reporter

January 26, 2018

The Atlanta Falcons’ run at back to back Super Bowl appearances came up short two weekends ago against the Philadelphia Eagles. The 15-10 loss in the divisional round ended the Falcons season. The Falcons phenomenal season last y...

Georgia squanders lead in national championship

Andrew Mao, Sports Reporter

January 26, 2018

The 2018 College Football Playoff National Championship in Atlanta was a game for the ages as Alabama defeated Georgia in overtime. Alabama head coach Nick Saban won his sixth national championship prompting many to call him t...

Boys’ and Girls’ XC clinch State Titles

Walker McPhail, Sports Reporter

December 1, 2017

On Nov. 4, both the boys’ and girls’ cross country teams raced to victory, winning two state championships. The two wins give the Wildcats a combined 54 cross country state championships; a total more than any other school ...

HoopCats look ahead towards a promising new season

Caroline Lingle, Sports Writer

December 1, 2017

Business is booming on the court as the Varsity Boys Basketball team sinks another shot to defeat Pope by roughly 20 points. Nov. 18. marked the official beginning of the varsity boys’ basketball season. On Nov. 18 and Nov. 1...

Football provides fun Friday afternoons and competitive games

Anand Srinivasan, Sports Reporter

December 1, 2017

Every Friday night in the fall, Westminster students, teachers, and parents gather to support the varsity football team. However, with games starting early at night, many must find something to do in the free time between schoo...

Westminster spoils Pace’s homecoming

Jack Hunter, Sports Reporter

November 3, 2017

In the second ever meeting between Westminster and Pace, tensions were high as Westminster spoiled Pace’s homecoming with a 15-14 overtime win. Coming into the game, Westminster was 1-1 in the region, and Pace was 2-0. Not ...

Inside the lives of committed Westminster athletes

Aydin Bandukwala, Sports Reporter

November 3, 2017

Next fall, the class of 2018 will leave Westminster and head their separate ways for college. While the first year of college includes many new experiences, some members of this grade will also begin competing on new teams, as...

Reflections on the upcoming basketball season

Andrew Mao, Sports Reporter

November 3, 2017

The college basketball season is right around the corner, with big college stars such as senior Grayson Allen of Duke and highly anticipated freshmen such as Michael Porter Jr. of Missouri and Mohamed Bomba of Texas. Fans around t...

College football season in full swing: predictions for top teams

Will Benton, Sports Reporter

November 3, 2017

As we approach the last month of regular season college football, we have already seen some incredible games and teams. So far, there have been many interesting storylines and teams, especially revolving around the Georgia Bulld...

Senior Oliver Babb competes in 2017 World Rowing Junior Championships

Russell Wagman, Sports Reporter

September 29, 2017

While many students that attend Westminster were relaxing, going to camp, or enjoying a nice vacation over the summer, senior Oliver Babb was training for crew seven days a week and competing across the Atlantic in Lithuania....

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