On Monday, April 8, WHS competed at Andover Central.
The Wellington High School tennis team played in the Wichita Collegiate School Invitational on April 8, and took home third place.
Chaz Crittenden, senior, and Anthony Glazer, junior, took home silver in Number Two Doubles. They lost in the final bout 1-8 to Hesston, the Swathers took home first place as a team. Before that they had beat teams from Andover Central and Goddard Eisenhower.
Also taking home second place was Dutch Brownlee in the Number Two Singles bracket. He won matches against Maize, Derby, and Neodesha before falling in the finals to Hesston.
"Overall it was a good day," said Head Coach, Allen Keller. "When you get into 3 tiebreakers and win them all, it says a lot about our kids ability to get focused and win the big points when they need to." The tennis team is in action again today at Maize South.
"Although we’re young and very inexperienced, we continue to show improvement in our game, even against the toughest opponents," Keller said.