With sweat pouring down their necks and dirt covering their uniforms, girls lacrosse has fought hard this season earning themselves a record of 5-2. They have played some tough teams like Lambert who they lost to by a large margin last year; however, this season they beat them by one point, showing their improvement. Some of their biggest rivals Keep Reading
There were lights hung up, leis everywhere and music blasting to make the 2016 Sadie Dance a night to remember. Although it was a chilly night, the Wesleyan “family” danced the night away like it was a summer night in the first weekend of March. Keep Reading
Proposing solutions to quandaries in foreign countries is not a typical topic of conversation for high school students, but members of Model Arab League partake in these discussions on a weekly basis. Model Arab League is a club in which students prepare for a competition at Marist School where they imitate the United Nations, offering resolutions for problems dealing with Arab countries.
Spring sports are often overlooked, with most of the attention on sports like football and basketball; however, last year the girls tennis team won a state championship, the baseball team won a state championship, the girls soccer team made it to the final four, the boys soccer team made it to the state championship, the boys track and field team won region, the girls track and field team were state runner ups, and many individual events won state.
A team is a group of people linked with a common purpose, and this season there are many teams fighting to be significant competitors in the playoffs. Soccer, baseball, lacrosse, track, golf and tennis are all vital sports in the Wesleyan community. With such a small school, it is imperative that many students participate in all of the sports that they can for Wesleyan to be prosperous in athletics.