Westminster Christian Academy is happy to announce that Mr. John Pettis has been named the new varsity boys lacrosse head coach. Coach Pettis has worked the past four years with the Fort Zumwalt West High School lacrosse club program. He has also worked with the St. Louis Samurai and served as a head coach for various youth teams. Coach Pettis has achieved Game Level 3 certification and assisted with West Plex Lacrosse to lead youth programs in the fall and winter. He works for Wells Fargo and is currently in the process of closing on a new home. Coach Pettis is looking forward to getting started and working to make this team one of the best in the area. There will be a Meet the Coach Night set up in the near future. Please stay tuned for more information.
Thursday, November 2
Middle School – 6 p.m.
Upper School – 6:30 p.m.
All prospective middle school boys lacrosse players should attend a meeting at 6 p.m. in the Cafe. The meeting will not last longer than 20 minutes. Prospective upper school players will meet at 6:30 p.m. The meeting should not last longer than 30 minutes.
Westminster Christian Academy Parents and Players,
First, I want to thank Steve Berry, Tim Hall, and Dr. Mosbacker for giving me the opportunity to be the next Westminster Christian Academy Boys Lacrosse Head Coach. I am honored they have put their faith in me, and I am excited to coach and mentor your boys on and off the field. I understand that we have quite a bit of work to do, but I am beyond excited to get started and start molding this program to what we all know it can be.
This program will certainly be different compared to years past, and we will be very successful both in the classroom and on the lacrosse field. My vision is to build on discipline, development, and faith in one another on and off the field.
With the support of the school’s administration, parents, and players, I believe that we will get this program to where it needs to be.
Thank you for your support Westminster Christian Academy family. It is time to get to work the Wildcat way!
John A Pettis