We are a Community of Warriors.
Resilient and Respectful;
Inclusive and Integrous;
Committed and Compassionate;
Honest and Just.
WARRIOR TEAMS 2017 - 2018
Cross Country - Male and Female; All grades
Soccer - Male and Female; All grades
Volleyball - Male Junior and Senior; Female Junior and Senior
Basketball - Male Junior and Senior; Female Junior and Senior
Running Room Indoor Games - Male and Female; All grades
Badminton - Male and Female; Junior and Senior team
Track and Field - Male and Female; All grades
Softball - Male and Female; All grades
Fernanda Salinas-Sanchez 3 on 3 Memorial Basketball Tournament - Thank you!
Our Fernanda Salinas-Sanchez 3 on 3 Memorial Basketball Tournament, held on November 24, 25 and 26th at Westminster School, was a phenomonal success! Thank you to all of our sponsors, our players, and the Salinas-Sanchez family. We look forward to seeing you in November 2017!
Fernanda Salinas-Sanchez loved basketball.
She attended Westminster Junior High for three years from 2012 – 2015. In Grade 7, she tried out for the Westminster Senior Girls basketball team and you could tell that she really wanted to be a basketball player. Fernanda was a determined and driven athlete who made the most of her practice time. She did not play that much in Grade 7 as she sustained a severe ankle injury at the start of the season but that did not stop her. She showed up each game and played her hardest. That came to be the hallmark of Fernanda - always giving her very best no matter if the score up 30 down 30; she was always giving 100%.
Fernanda was a great teammate. She always had a positive attitude, encouraging and helping her teammates in every way. She had the heart of a champion who met everyone with a huge, welcoming smile.
Fernanda scored at will and for the city final game, the other team spent their practices working on ways to stop her. When Fernanda left Westminster to go to high school after 3 awesome years on the Westminster, her team’s record was 70 wins and 8 losses with 11 Gold medals.
In July 2016, while Fernanda and her mother were visiting their family in Mexico City, Fernanda passed away in a tragic car accident. She was a wonderful young lady who met everyone with a huge welcoming smile. She was smart, kind, athletic, positive and will be missed by everyone who knew her.
Fernanda was and always will be a Warrior.