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Subway Dukes Athlete Of The Month: Damian Paramore

November’s male athlete of the month award presented by Subway goes to Damian Paramore. Damian is a senior forward for the Dukes boys basketball team. He will be one of the leaders of the team this season. Damian is also a great leader off of the court. He was the previous Vice President for S.A.D.D.,

Subway Dukes Athlete Of The Month: Amber Wetherbee

November’s female athlete of the month award presented by Subway goes to Amber Wetherbee. Amber was chosen for this award because of her excellence on and off the basketball court. She is a sophomore guard for the girls basketball team and also plays volleyball and softball. Amber is an outstanding student with a 4.143 GPA.

Lady Dukes Get First Win Of The Season

Last night the Lady Dukes swept the Oberlin Phoenix in their second game of the basketball season. The Junior Varsity team got the girls off to a great start by beating Oberlin 24-22 in a close game. Freshman Meredith Becher had 14 points to lead the reserves to victory. The Varsity Lady Dukes carried that

Dukes Sporting Events Week Of November 23rd – 28th

Dukes Sporting Events Week at a Glance November 23rd – 28th                          *Home games in bold Monday November 23rd Jr. High Boys Basketball @ Firelands 4:30pm Girls Basketball @ Oberlin 6pm Tuesday November 24th Jr. High Boys Basketball @ Black River 4:30pm Wednesday November 25th No Events Thursday November 26th No Events Friday November 27th

Volleyball All-Stars

Two of Wellington’s senior volleyball players got to participate in the Lorain County Volleyball Coaches Association’s Senior All-Star matches earlier this week on Wednesday night in the gymnasium at Elyria High School. Seniors McKenzie Wilson and Sami White were the two representing Wellington as players during the evening. Head coach Nicole Scott and Junior Varsity

Today In Dukes History: Tim Burns, Wellington’s Golden Boy

November 20, 1974 – Wellington found gold when its senior running back, Tim Burns, was announced Lorain County’s Golden Helmet Award winner with Steve Holovacs. Burns was the first of two football players from Wellington to ever win the award (Ryan Meyers would later win it in 1997.) Tim Burns was part of a 10-0

Football Players Receive Awards

In closure of the 2015 football season, a few Dukes were awarded all Patriot Athletic Conference selections. Max Carevic was selected as 1st team wide receiver and Devin Adler got a first team award for linebacker in the PAC. Trevor Porter received 2nd team honors as wide receiver for the PAC and Dauson Hammer was

Junior High Basketball Teams Competing Comfortably On The Road

Despite having to play all of their games as the away team this season so far, the 7th and 8th grade basketball teams are doing well. The new middle school is expected to open officially on December 8th. More than likely, the junior high boys will have to continue to battle on the road until