Westminster Christian Academy’s Annie Sullivan, who serves as a physical education and health teacher and chairs the school’s Physical Education and Health Department, was recently inducted into the Webster Groves High School Statesman Sports Hall of Fame.
One of the most dynamic receivers in the area, the 5-foot-8 and 150-pound Conway caught 41 passes for 973 yards and scored eight total touchdowns. A first-team all-state selection by the Missouri media and the MFCA.
Westminster defeated St. Charles 62-52.
Junior forward Haley Schmer was recently named to the All-Metro Third Team for field hockey. She joins 11 other student-athletes from the area who were also named to the team. Schmer is the first field hockey player in Westminster history to receive this honor.
Westminster Christian Academy’s varsity dance team recently competed at the Lindbergh Dance Invitational and placed fourth in the pom-pon category. The Invitational welcomes junior and senior high school pom-pon and dance drill teams, in addition to community groups. Teams perform in up to three of six categories offered at the competition.
Westminster Christian Academy junior Charlie McCracken places third in weight class at Wrestling Tournament.
Westminster Christian Academy students named state champions of the Missouri Bar’s annual We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution competition.
Senior Dyllan Conway was recently selected for first team all-state in Missouri based on his performance on the field during the 2016 football season.
Postseason results are in for Westminster Christian Academy softball athletes. Freshman Lauren Gates, catcher, made All-Conference 1st Team, All-District 1st Team, and All-Region 2nd Team. Juniors Maddie Volding, first base, and Deanne Pfyl, shortstop, were named to All-Conference 2nd Team.
Postseason hopes are high for Westminster Christian Academy athletes, Teddy Bacon (senior), Connor Dolan (senior), and Frankie Sacco (junior), after all three were selected to Metro League Boys Soccer All-League teams.
Postseason anticipation is running high for Westminster Christian Academy juniors, Avery Engelmeyer, Hilary Hightower, and Madeline Williams, after all three were selected to both All-District and Metro-League Volleyball All-League Teams.
The success of every generation of students depends on the teachers who help shape them. One such outstanding teacher is Scott Vonder Bruegge, a 2016 recipient of the Emerson Excellence in Teaching Award.
A feeling of excitement pervaded the air as three Westminster Christian Academy seniors signed sports commitments on Wednesday morning, November 9. Congratulations go out to Matt Ottsen (baseball, Bucknell University), Weston Schad (baseball, Murray State University), and DJ Stewart (baseball, Eastern Illinois University).
Westminster Christian Academy students are collecting thousands of items during their annual special school donation week, In the Spirit of Giving (ITSOG), November 7-11, to benefit children in the St. Louis area, rural Missouri, and around the world.
Nourish by Hollyberry, the market and café from Holly Cunningham’s acclaimed catering service, announced it will begin offering a meal-subscription service this fall. Based on customizable preferences, the program will deliver prepared, flash-frozen entrées, side dishes, desserts and more to customers’ homes.
The win moved Westminster past Rolla for fifth place in the district standings with Borgia holding fourth. Since the two teams were adjacent in the standings and Westminster won the head-to-head meeting, MSHSAA flipped them. That means Westminster gets the home playoff game Borgia had been aiming for all season.
While it may be the offseason for high school soccer, Westminster senior Kirsten Davis is doing anything but resting. Last month, she was the lone Missourian among 26 players invited to the U-18 U.S. national team training camp in San Diego.
Westminster Christian Academy students make District Honors Choir and qualify to audition for All-State Choir.
Last Saturday morning, Westminster Christian Academy’s boys soccer team volunteered their time and energy to aid SPENSA (Special Needs Soccer Association) in its mission to bring the excitement and fun of playing soccer to young people who traditionally have not had a place in the youth soccer system.
In a game with massive Class 4 District 4 postseason implications, the Westminster Christian Academy Wildcats continued their domination of the Borgia Knights.