For the 18th time in 19 years, Westminster has won the Regions Bank AAA Director’s Cup given annually by the Georgia Athletic Directors Association (GADA).
The award comes after a school year that saw the Wildcats win eight state championships and finish second in the state in four others. The Director’s Cup recognizes "those athletic departments in all Georgia High School Association classifications who have excelled and shown superior performance” throughout all three seasons.
Westminster finished with 1,477 points in the final standings, nearly 300 points ahead of runner-up Lovett. Westminster also had more overall points than any other GHSA classification. The Wildcats also won the separate boys and girls cups, which are awarded to schools for excellence in programming for a specific gender.
The Cats finished with 753 points in the boys standings after winning state titles in cross country, swimming and diving, soccer, and golf. Westminster also finished second in tennis, baseball, and track and field. The School has earned the GADA boys cup in each of the 16 years that it has been awarded.
On the girls side, Westminster finished with 724 points. The Wildcats won four GHSA girls state titles during the 2017-18 school year: cross country, swimming and diving, soccer, and tennis. The Cats were also runners-up in the AAA volleyball championship. This is the 10th time since 2003 that Westminster has won the GADA girls cup.