Girls get tenth win
The Lady-Crusaders won on Feb. 5 at El Dorado behind big offense in the first and third quarters.
El Dorado was able to keep pace with WHS in the first period when it was all tied up at 10. By the end of the second, Wellington had established a four point lead.
The offense went back to work in the third, dropping 13 points on EHS, who only scored nine. Wellington also outscored the Lady-Wildcats in the fourth 8-6.
Wellington's Kailey Jenkins, senior, accounted for 16 of the team's 39 points, helping the Lady-Crusaders reach the 10-5 mark on the season.
Boys get tenth loss.
Wellington reached the double-digit mark for losses this season with 10 last night in El Dorado, while failing to produce a double-digit scorer on offense.
The Wildcats won by 13, 49-36, sending Wellington to 5-10 on the season.
Senior Nick Becker lead WHS with 9 points on Feb. 5.
Next up for WHS basketball is a home game verses AVCTL rival, Andale. Varsity action starts at 6 p.m.