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Wolves Start Slow And Fall To Moeller Despite Strong Comeback - Apr 22, 2018

Wolves Start Slow And Fall To Moeller Despite Strong Comeback

A slow start doomed WKHS as the Wolves lost to Cincinnati Moeller 8-11 on Saturday at WKHS. The Wolves fell behind 0-5 in the first quarter dominated by Moeller. Over the remaining 3 quarters, the Wolves found their game and outpaced Moeller 8 goals to 6 goals but the early deficit was too much to overcome. The loss moves Kilbourne’s season record to 7-3. All three losses are to top competition and the Wolves remain focused on the team goals ahead. Next up, WKHS hosts Dublin Scioto on Tuesday night April 24th: JV 5:30PM / Varsity 7:00PM.


Wolves Move To 7-2 With Win Over Delaware Hayes - Apr 18, 2018

Wolves Move To 7-2 With Win Over Delaware Hayes

The Wolves won in convincing fashion Tuesday night on the road against Delaware Hayes, 13-1. The Wolves gave up the first goal and then finished the game with a streak of 13 unanswered goals. The win moves Kilbourne to a season record of 7-2 this year. Kilbourne now starts a 3 game homestand with the defending state champions Cincinnati Moeller coming to WKHS Saturday afternoon-- JV 1:00pm, Varsity 3:00pm. It’s Middle School Night and Operation Buckeye Night. Come support the Wolves and bring items listed below to support our troops!



ThisWeek News: Experience Pays Off For Wolves Lacrosse Squad - Apr 17, 2018

 ThisWeek News:  Experience Pays Off For Wolves Lacrosse Squad


Posted Apr 17, 2018 at 2:05 PMUpdated Apr 17, 2018 at 2:40 PM


The Worthington Kilbourne High School boys lacrosse team is putting the experience gained last season to good use this spring.

The Wolves were 6-2 overall and 2-0 in the OCC-Cardinal Division before playing at Delaware on April 17.

“We’ve come out a lot stronger this season than we did last season and that’s because of the amount of hard work we’ve put in,” senior midfielder Ryan Weslowski said. “I think we all had confidence we would improve on last year just based on the fact we have a lot more seniors and experienced guys now. We didn’t have that last year.”

Despite reaching the Division II, Region 7 final before losing to Watterson 7-6 in four overtimes, Kilbourne was never above .500 in the regular season last year and finished 11-11.

“I think the guys came back a little hungry and willing to use the experience they gained last year,” said first-year coach Mike Lippert, who was an assistant with the team the past four seasons under former coach Drew May. “They’re working very hard and bringing energy to practices and games. We’re still working on some things, but I feel good about where we are and where we’re going.”

The Wolves lost to Brooklandville (Maryland) St. Paul’s 17-5 on March 29 and Upper Arlington 6-5 on April 14. UA was a Division I state semifinalist last season.

“We played a tremendous program in Maryland and we didn’t play well,” Lippert said. “But, we all learned something from that game, which is why we played it. When you play one of the best teams in the nation, you learn from your mistakes. We like to play a challenging schedule.”

Kilbourne plays mostly Division I opponents in the regular season, which prepares the Wolves for the Division II postseason.

“We’re still working on some things offensively,” Wesolowski said after the Wolves defeated Hilliard Bradley 18-4 on April 12. “As we progress, our younger guys are going to step forward and make us even better. We’re getting better at ball movement and the seniors have a good rhythm.”

Against Bradley, Sam Biglin had four goals and Nick Clay and Jack Ellis both scored three. Jake LeVette, Carson Kott and William Alban added two goals apiece and goalkeeper Dane Jackson made five saves.

LeVette scored two goals against UA and Jackson made nine saves.

“I think our defense has been pretty solid,” Jackson said. “We’ve allowed few goals and we have a lot of experience back there. I think we’re locking down very well and we’ve got great camaraderie. We’re very excited and we’re on a mission to play in the state championship.”




Wolves Come Up Short Against Upper Arlington In Nailbiter - Apr 16, 2018

Wolves Come Up Short Against Upper Arlington In Nailbiter

Kilbourne lost to Upper Arlington 5-6 in a back-and-forth affair on Saturday night. The game lived up to the history of the rivalry. The Wolves fell behind 3-0 early but fought back to make it 3-2 at the end of the first quarter. The teams traded shots, hits and goals from there and were all tied 4-4 at the start of the fourth quarter. The Wolves netted a goal to pull ahead 5-4 in front of an electric crowd.  UA answered with an equalizer.   With the score tied 5-5 late in the fourth quarter, the UA Bears got a man-up opportunity on a penalty call in the midfield.  The Bears scored on the man advantage to take the lead 6-5. Kilbourne launched a strong last frenzy with several shots just missing the cage and UA held on for the one goal win. The Wolves play at Delaware Hayes Tuesday this week and host Cincinnati Moeller on Saturday.


Upper Arlington v. Kilbourne April 14, 2018


Wolves Post Decisive Win Versus Hilliard Bradley - Apr 13, 2018

Wolves Post Decisive Win Versus Hilliard Bradley

After a tight first quarter, the Wolves kicked into another gear and went on beat Hilliard Bradley 18-4 Thursday night. The game was 3-2 in favor of the Wolves after the first quarter, but then WKHS went on a scoring streak and outpaced the Jaguars 15-2 in the final three quarters. The win moves the Wolves to a record of 6-1 on the season and sets-up a showcase game versus perennial power Upper Arlington Saturday night at WKHS. JV starts at 5:30pm and Varsity at 7:00pm. The game is also WYB Night so all Worthington Youth Boosters players get in free with their jersey. Come out to support the Wolves in a marquee match-up!



Wolves Ring Victory Bell After 18-4 Win v. Hilliard Bradley -- April 12, 2018


VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS -- - Apr 9, 2018

VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS -- Granville v. Worthington Kilbourne - April 4, 2018


VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS -- Worthington Kilbourne at Hilliard Darby - April 5, 2018 


“Operation Buckeye Day” At WKHS April 21st - Apr 8, 2018

Worthington Kilbourne Announces April 21st Home Games As “Operation Buckeye Day”

Come out to support the Wolves -- and support our troops overseas at the same time! Worthington Kilbourne is pleased to announce the April 21st home date versus Cincinnati Moeller will be “Operation Buckeye Day”. This winter, WKHS players made two trips to “Operation Buckeye” to help pack boxes to send to overseas troops. The visits continue our multi-year community service partnership with the organization. Since there’s always a need, WKHS is hosting an item drive at the April 21 games to collect the goods our troops really need overseas. We encourage players, families and fans of both WKHS and Cincinnati Moeller to bring the specific items found on Operation Buckeye's wish list posted below. A drop off table will be set up behind the bleachers. For more information, visit operationbuckeye.org




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