The Westminster High School softball, soccer and football teams all had remarkable years, and many of the players and coaches joined Athletic Director Glenda Bates at Tuesday night’s Board of Education meeting to talk about their seasons.
The team finished the season with a 7-2 record in league play and 13-9 overall. The team was placed at its highest seed ever in in the state regional tournament. In addition, four players were named to the all-conference team.
The Wolves finished the season with a 6-4 record overall and finished third in the league with a 5-2 record. The high-powered offense has scored 35 or more points in five of its six victories. The season came to an end Friday night when the Wolves lost their first round playoff game to Fountain-Fort Carson.
The team started the season with six straight losses and then turned things around establishing a remarkable 8-7-1 record enabling them to advance to the state playoffs. The Wolves beat the #6 seeded Arapahoe High School in a dramatic overtime shootout last week. Wednesday night they lost in overtime to Chatfield High School ending one of the most successful seasons in the team’s history.