Wellington Boys Varsity Soccer

  • Overall Record: 0 - 3
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Dukes Represented in All Star Game

The Dukes will have two representatives for soccer’s Great Cleveland All Star game this weekend. The game is tomorrow at noon at Beachwood High School. Representing the boys team will be Cole McLean. Playing in honor of the Lady Dukes will be Faith Alley. Both players are looking forward to tomorrow’s ceremony. Congrats senior players!

Fall Senior Night Details

The fall senior night will be this Friday October 27th before the home football game against Black River. All senior athletes and band members are welcome to participate in the evening’s ceremony. Parents and seniors are advised to be at the stadium before 6 PM that night. An announcement will be made to have seniors

Boys Soccer Falls Just Short

Yesterday fans were on the edge of their seats watching the sectional finals soccer match between Columbia and the Dukes. The game remained scoreless for most of the time but this did not limit the intensity of the game. Columbia finally broke the scoreless tie in the second half after many shots ricocheted off the

Boys Soccer Awards

The Lorain County and PAC awards for boys soccer are official. Wellington’s boys had a handful of players recognized. For Lorain County Division 3, the following awards were earned: 1st Team All Lorain County Division III Boys Soccer: Cole McLean Andrew Dooley 2nd Team All Lorain County Division III Boys Soccer: Steven Del Campo Cameron Lara

Athletics Week At A Glance

Attached you will find the schedule for the week.   Dukes Athletic Events 10-16 Through 10-21

Boys Soccer Tournament Info

The boys soccer team is looking forward the OHSAA sectional finals this coming Saturday. The Dukes will play the winner of Cornerstone Christian and Columbia. The game time on Saturday has still yet to be determined but the #3 seeded Dukes will look forward to facing lower seeded teams. If the Dukes win Saturday they play

Boys Soccer Dominates Cuyahoga Heights

The final score was 2-0 in favor of the Dukes after tonight’s game. The score may suggest the game was much closer than it truly was. Wellington’s boys kept possession of the soccer ball on the offensive  side of the field for the majority of the game. Wellington scored first with 12 minutes left in