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"The Year of the Dragon"
Celebrating 66 Years of Excellence
2013 Scholarship Recipients
Raina Elise Ball, University of Montevallo
Rodney Rudolph Memorial Award Recipients
Nicholas Jackson, University of Alabama-Birmingham
Kenneth Dwayne McQueen, Berea College, Kentucky
2013 Alumni weekend Slideshow
December 19 - 21, 2013
December 26 - 30, Palm Springs CA
"Back 4 More"
Wenonah 103 - Pleasant Grove 48
Justin Coleman scored 41 points, including five of Wenonah's 11 3-point baskets, as the Dragons cruised to a 103-48 home win over Pleasant Grove. Coleman scored 20 of his points in the third quarter, and teammate William Ellington scored 11 of his 17 points in the opening period, when the Dragons raced to a 35-8 lead. Cedric McGinnis added 10 points for Wenonah (7-0, 2-0 Class 5A Area 13). Pleasant Grove (6-4, 0-1) got 15 points from Anthony Thomas. Complete article
Next Game, Fri, Dec 13, 7:30 pm,
Wenonah 74 - Pleasant Grove 40
Jameka Holmes finished with 27 points and six rebounds as Wenonah took care of business on its home floor with a 74-40 victory over Pleasant Grove. Aja Cumbie scored 14 points and blocked eight shots for the Dragons (7-3, 2-0 Class 5A, Area 13), who scored more points by halftime (45) than Pleasant Grove scored in the game. The Spartans (8-1, 0-1) were led by Taylor Aikerson with 13 points . Complete article
Next Game, Fri, Dec 13, 6:00 pm,
Wenonah "Dragons' Den"
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WHSGAA November Business Meeting
The Wenonah High School Grand Alumni Association (WHSGAA) has scheduled a business meeting Monday, January 13, 2013 at 6:00 PM. in the Thelma Catlin Auditorium, Library Building at Lawson State Comm. College West Campus, to discuss alumni business. Additional information contact, Rosalind Young
Christmas Gathering @ Rosalind and Pam's home Monday, December 16th @ 6:00 pm.
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First ASWA basketball rankings
Defending champions in four boys classes and four girls classes start at No. 1 in the Alabama Sports Writers Association first basketball rankings of the season.
Class 5A Wenonah, Class 2A Tanner, Class 1A St. Jude and AISA Glenwood all won boys championships last year and all are atop the rankings. Wenonah is a three-time defending champion and was ranked No. 1 throughout last season and the final two polls of 2012.
Wenonah girls ranked number 5 in 5A.
MaxPreps Top 25 high school boys basketball rankings
13. (NR) Wenonah (Birmingham, Ala.), 6-0
Wenonah High School Grand Alumni Association Scholarship Application
The Wenonah High School Grand Alumni Scholarships are established to provide financial and other assistance to deserving students of Wenonah High School. These scholarships are established consistent with standards in effect in colleges and universities throughout the United States. These scholarships will provide assistance to qualified high school seniors who desire to attend college.
Threepeat Dragons sporting a new look
The Wenonah Dragons entered this week with a 6-0 record, but these are not the same Dragons who “three-peated” as Class 5A champi¬ons last season. These Dragons lack height. They don’t have anyone close to 6-foot-11 center Artis Cleve¬land, who’s at Oakland Univer¬sity in Michigan, or even 6-6 forward De’Runnya “Bear” Wilson, the 2013 Alabama Mr. Basketball who’s at Mississippi State. Read complete article
Wenonah vs. Hewitt-Trussville in Steel City Invitational Basketball Classic
BIRMINGHAM, Alabama -- If you get basketball, then you understand it is all about guards.That match-up will take place in prime time at 7 p.m, Dec 19th, in the first round of Steel City play at Samford's Pete Hanna Center. It will be the eighth game of the day in the first round.The first day release of the first annual Steel City Invitational features a meeting of two of the state's top guards in Hewitt-Trussville's Jarvis Calhoun and Wenonah's Justin Coleman. Leeds and Homewood is the other matchup along the first of four days of first-round brackets. (AL.com photo illustration) . Complete article and poll
Wenonah Recruiting Service Prospect Rating
Mary Blackmon Gladney 1968
Curtis Blue 1966
David Brown 1994
Eleanor Caldwell Philan 1960
James E Carden 1952
April Davis 1995
Edna Griffin Henry 1968
Cynthia Means Satterwhite 1968
Anthony McCray 1966
Albert Moore 1958
Dorothy Myatt Rush 1958
Angela Nash Toney 1980
Tom Patterson 1961
Jonathan Philan 1958
Leona Powell Payne 1952
Pamela Rudolph 1975
Rosalind Rudolph Young 1976
Charlie Woodruff 1964
Name Class Amount
Cynthia Means Satterwhite 1968 $25.00
Rodney Rudolph Memorial Scholarship $1000.00
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