Whether they are swimming in the Davidson Natatorium, wrestling in the Hoover Mezzanine or shooting hoops in Yancey Gymnasium, you will never see the wolves under the weather. The winter wolves are prepared for another season this year. Keep Reading
After a long Monday of schoolwork and sports practices, dozens of Wesleyan high school students come together at “the 201” to enjoy Young Life Club. From dressing up in themed costumes to dancing and singing with friends, everyone is bound to have a memorable experience at Club. Young Life is a unique way for students to build new relationships outside of school with friends, leaders and Jesus.
Though the season has come to an end, the football team reflects on their winning season.
Before playoff week, the team was in a good position. “We finished the regular season with eight wins and two losses…third in our region,” said Head Coach Franklin Pridgen. Both of the losses were by a combined seven points from Eagles’ Landing Christian and Landmark Christian. “We felt like we were really close and could’ve won each of those games,” said Pridgen. Keep Reading