WMS Student Ambassadors Wanted
Those of you who are friendly and take joy in helping other students, we have a job for you! The Guidance Department is looking for Wildcat Student Ambassadors. Student ambassadors help new students get acclimated to Weaver by doing the following: Take them to all their classes, introducing them to teachers and friends and answering any questions they may have. If you are interested in being a student ambassador, please stop by the guidance office and sign up.
Bus riders, due to buses being at full capacity, no one is allowed to ride home on a different bus.
Also, If you ride a bus and need a few extra minutes to get a school breakfast in the morning, you can stop by the main office to request a breakfast pass. This pass will allow you to get off your bus a little early and go straight to the cafeteria to get a school breakfast.
GSA Meeting This Friday
The next GSA meeting will take place this Friday, September 16th, during lunch periods. Students can bring their lunches to the Media Center. See Mrs. Fout with questions.
The Weaver gymnastics team competed against Marysville Bunsold on Wednesday, September 7th. Alyssa Wheeler placed 8th on vault. Emma Bly placed 5th on vault, 4th on bars, 2nd on beam, and 5th in the all around. Great job girls!!
Last week, the 8th grade volleyball team put up a good fight, but unfortunately took two losses. The girls worked hard, especially running a new offense with Kaitlyn Chenault leading the girls!
Sophie Smith had a strong showing in both matches with her hitting, serving, and overall effort. The Cats remain determined, and will have two opportunities to compete this week. Go Cats!
The 8th grade football team defeated Memorial 8 to 0 on Wednesday. The offense started the game driving down the field an entire quarter before Charles King put the ball in the endzone for a touchdown. Noah Johnson converted the 2-point conversion..
The defense shut-out the Jaguars by not giving up any big plays and playing with great effort. The 8th grade team plays Heritage Wednesday 9/14 at Davidson. Go Cats!
The girls’ tennis team added two more wins last week. The Cats won on Tuesday at Dublin Grizzell and won again on Thursday. The girls showed excellent effort and sportsmanship.
A special thanks goes out to Mrs. Sweeney for guest coaching this week! Come see us host Heritage on Monday and Memorial on Wednesday this week. Go Cats!
The Weaver Girls’ and Boys’ Cross Country teams ran hard last Tuesday against Memorial. The girls team won with a score of 20 to 39. Shoutouts to Sophia Tartaglia, Siena Boyd, and Ella Stoessner for some awesome races. The boys team fought hard but lost with a score of 30 to 26. Congrats to Will Harris and Jake Shovlain for their third week in a row of PRing.
The boys soccer team played the first of the battle for Hilliard this week with a game against Memorial. The team had an impressive 9-0 win, which improves their record to 2-2-1. Multiple players scored, including Liban Ionno (3 goals), Don Collura, Aria Safa (2 goals), Rylan Thimling, and Cameron Knopp. The goals were a product of team play and great passes from Kento Nishio, Cameron Knopp, Saikou Ba and Sebastian Gonzalez.
Special shoutouts to Brody Buddelmeyer, Tony Bowers, Mohamed Suleiman and Fares Ibrahim for their energy and effort they delivered pressuring the jaguars, which led to scoring opportunities.
Last Wednesday the boys’ golf team lost a competitive match against Hastings by only ten strokes. Owen Deubner led the Wildcats with a 46, Caleb Buzzard shot 47, Carter Brown 51, Caleb Wilson 52, Conner Seely 53, and Brody Jasper 55. On Thursday the team played well but lost by the slimmest of margins, 1 stroke, at National Road Golf Course. Caleb Buzzard led the Wildcats with a 45 while Jack Paull and Jack Konestra shot 46. Owen Deubner, Carter Brown and Miles Melchiorre all shot 49. Carson Conner shot 51 and Carlo Difrangia shot 56.
Congratulations to the girls’ golf team on coming in second place in last week’s tri-match against Liberty and Hyatts. Addie White and Molly Cuprisin both earned best rounds for WMS, scoring 51 apiece. Ellie Lowery came in second place with a 52, Abby Tipa came in fourth with a 58 and Hope Wanderi came in sixth with a 62. Way to go Cats, and best of luck next week!