Monday April 18, 2022

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Spring Social

Save the date, Wildcats! On Friday, May 6th, we will have our Spring Social!  Over 460 students voted on the type of social and theme. The winning theme was casual Hawaiian/tropical.  So weather permitting, this event will be held outside on the track, similar to the fall event.  If it rains, we will move the event to the commons and gym.

School Yearbook Orders Still Being Taken

If you haven’t ordered your WMS Yearbook yet, do so soon. Time is running out! There are numerous ways to order. Just scan the QR code on the poster across from Mr. DeChant’s room.

Spring Sports Concessions Volunteer Hours Available

The Davidson High School Athletic Booster Club is accepting volunteers for the concession stands at spring sporting events. Volunteering will allow you to earn volunteer hours if you need them. Or you can work out of the kindness of your heart! In order to sign up for a time slot at a specific sporting event, scan the QR code on the poster across from Mr. DeChant’s room or the Media Center.

College Meeting for Middle School Students/Parents

There will be a College Information Event for middle school students/parents tomorrow Tuesday, April 19th at 6:30pm at Davidson. The purpose of this meeting is to share information about what students can do as they begin high school, introduce the college terms and go over AP and CCP options for students in the future.

8th Grade Baseball

The 8th grade baseball team lost a tough game last Tuesday to West Jefferson.  The Cats were led on the mound by Holden Neff and Joey Cannistra.  Offensively the Cats were led by Ben Buxton, Owen Elsass, Jute Marihugh, Connor McHenry and Joey Cannistra.

Flex Baseball

The flex baseball team played one game last week, losing to Liberty Christian. Lorenzo Rosario pitched well in the back half of the game, and Nicholas Zacarias made some excellent defensive plays. The Cats will be back in action this week. Good luck boys!

Boys’ Tennis

The Weaver Boys Tennis Team dominated the Tennis Courts Thursday night against Delaware Dempsey.  Winning their courts were: 1st Singles Akira Yokosawa, 2nd Singles Eric Nyktas, 3rd Singles Pranav Munagala and 2nd Doubles Lucas Hand with partner Kento Nishio.  Exhibition Doubles Yousif Jarkas with partner Jackson Smith won their match as well.  Good Luck to the boys this week against Dublin Grizzell, Eversole Run and Hilliard Heritage!

Boys’ Track

The boys’ track team had numerous athletes place in last week’s meet against Memorial.

In the 100 hurdles, Reece Hemmert placed 2nd. In the 100 dash, Alejandro Valderamma finished 1st and Noah Johnson placed 2nd.  The 4X100 relay team of Valderamma, Avery Browning, Gordon Dickerson, and Johnson earned 1st. The 400 saw Dickerson finish 2nd.

The 800 saw Carson Metzger place 2nd. In the 200, Johnson earned 1st and Corey Roberson finished 2nd, while Dickerson earned 3rd. In the Long Jump, Hemmert was 1st, Zaedon Lee 2nd, and Luke Aichele 3rd.  And in the High Jump, Hemmert earned 1st and Hayden Davis earned 3rd. In shotput,  Abe stathwood came in first, Lucas Benner earned 2nd, and Jake Lawrence got 3rd. In discus, Jake Lawrence won 1st, Abe Swathwood came in 2nd, and Bryce Abele came in 3rd.

7th Grade Softball

7th grade softball lost to a talented Memorial team on Tuesday night in their only game of the season. Lexi Aleshire had the first hit of the season and scored the first run. Angie Jusino had an excellent outing on the mound, striking out 5 and Audrey Oyster laid down a fantastic bunt. Unfortunately, Ohio Spring weather is making it difficult to get out on the field much – we hope to have more games this week.

Girls’ Lacrosse

The Girls’ Lacrosse season is off to a great start. 40 girls signed up between 7th and 8th grade. The 8th grade captains are Rachel Mullett, Reagan Frazier, and Clare v. Carter. The 7th grade captains are Mia Garnett, Halle Hughes, and Sophie Smith. The goalies, Abby Hunter and Evie Kirtland, have had countless saves on goal and doing a great job leading the team defensively.

The top scorers so far have been Clare Carter, Reagan Frazier, Lydia Dougherty, and Kassie McCue. Good luck this week, Cats!