Road to Victory

Cassidy Flechaus, Multimedia Editor
April 16, 2014

Tues. Apr. 16, the Wellington High School Women’s varsity lacrosse team took on Palm Beach Central in the district play offs. The game was played at Park Vista High School, last year’s district champions. The final score was 20-4 with the Lady Wolverines beating the Lady Broncos. Wellington played... Read more »

WHS Goes to Roger Dean


Tyler Alexander, Sports Editor
March 24, 2014

On March 13, 2014 Wellington High School students from Newspaper and Yearbook took a trip down to Roger Dean Stadium to see a Spring Training Game between to National League heavyweights. The St. Louis Cardinals and the Atlanta Braves are two of the top teams in the Major League Baseball. However,... Read more »

The Heat is on for a three-peat

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Tyler Alexander, Sports Editor
March 24, 2014

The Miami Heat are trying to accomplish something that nobody has done since the 2000-02 Los Angeles Lakers. Three-peat. Or as it’s commonly referred to as in South Florida, Heat-peat. Only five times in NBA history have a team ever won three consecutive titles, with the most recent being the aforementioned... Read more »

2014 Winter Olympic Games

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Brett Pizzi, Staff Writer
March 3, 2014

The 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, came to a conclusion on February 24, officially wrapping up a spectacular performance by the participating nations. In the end, Russia took first place, with an overall 33 medals, 13 of which being gold. The U.S.A placed fourth, with a medal count of 28, with... Read more »

Watch out for the Wolverine Wrestlers

Alex Bonadies, Staff Writer
February 11, 2014

The wrestling program at Wellington High School has always been somewhat under the radar. This season the wrestlers have made an everlasting impression for their school, their coaches, and themselves. Just recently, the outstanding Wolverine Wrestlers won the County Championship as a team. This was... Read more »

Heisman Hopefuls and Championship Implications


Tyler Alexander, Sports Editor
December 14, 2013

Florida State University recently released their acceptance list (shoutout to our very own Lauren Alsina) so it seems fitting that new students are just in time to root on Jameis Winston and the Seminoles. The Seminoles have come seemingly out of nowhere this season, lead by their red-shirt freshman... Read more »

WHS Team Traditions

Alex Bonadies, Staff Writer
November 25, 2013

Many sports teams at WHS have great traditions that they carry out every year.  From team breakfasts, to picnics, almost every team takes part in these traditions. The Women’s Varsity Soccer team is very family oriented, according to the team.  The team goes by the motto “We Are One,” which means... Read more »

Bullying Casts Shadow on NFL

Brett Pizzi, Staff Writer
November 20, 2013

Richie Incognito, a former player of the Miami Dolphins, has been accused of bullying teammate Jonathan Martin, through threatening and racist text messages and voice mails. While pranks and jokes are common throughout the NFL, Incognito took it too far, sending racist texts to Martin, who is biracial.... Read more »

Bowling Team Keeps Balls Out of the Gutter

Cassidy Flechaus, Staff Writer
November 4, 2013

From the French fries to the funky names, Wellington High Schools varsity bowling team knows how to bowl and have a great time. The team competes in bowling events with other schools in our district every Tuesday and Thursday at Greenacres bowling rink and Verdes bowling rink. “I just made a rule that... Read more »

NFL Profits from Breast Cancer


Brett Pizzi, Staff Writer
October 31, 2013

The NFL has been under significant media scrutiny for making a profit from their pink breast cancer merchandise being sold. The merchandise is meant to support breast cancer research and spread awareness of breast cancer. The month of October is breast cancer awareness month, and many players can be... Read more »

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