A Great Weekend in Topeka for Wellington wrestlers...

Create: 03/26/2016 - 19:12

UPDATE from USAWKS State Wrestling Tournament in TOPEKA (Day # 2 of 2)

Carter Burnett, 76 lb. Wellington wrestling guru finished the season in about as sweet a way as you can - UNDEFEATED and STATE CHAMPION!! Awesome & Awesome!! Congratulations Carter on a job well done!! Carter won by technical fall (15-0) in the championship match after going 3-0 on Friday. SWEET!

Wellington self-generating power through 5 p.m. today

Create: 02/23/2016 - 07:02

The City of Wellington will reconnect ties with Westar Energy this afternoon (Feb. 23) around 5 p.m. after some scheduled maintenance that needed to be done on the transmission line East of town.

Wellington has been self generating power with the city's gas turbine (pictured below) since 7 a.m. Monday morning. If an unexpected problem does occur, power will be restored with Westar within a couple of hours.

The Brackets are up and can be viewed and followed along at www.kshsaa.org!

Create: 02/22/2016 - 10:47

By winning the Regional 4A Tournament Saturday in Rose Hill, WHS Senior Heavyweight Wrestler Miguel Lujan (35-9) will go up against Iola's Colton Toney (19-11 and finished 4th at Regionals Saturday) in match 105 on Friday at the Bicentennial Center in Salina, KS. There were four 285 lb. qualifiers from each of the four 4A Regionals this past weekend, resulting in 16 wrestlers in the 285 weight class vying for the TOP 6 finishes and a State Medal this coming weekend in Salina.

You want SPORTS? We got SPORTS!

Create: 01/22/2016 - 06:13

It was a great night Thursday night for folks and athletes that like to wear RED! Here at home on the mats and 40 minutes to the west on the court - when the final buzzers went off, nary a Crusader fan was around without a big smile!

There's no place like HOME so let's start there and end there...it was DOUBLE-DUAL wrestling time at WHS Thursday with the welcome mat out for two groups of Indians...one dressed in black (ANDALE) and one dressed in blue (CLEARWATER)...when it was all over, the color RED was on top!


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