Monday September 26, 2022

National Hispanic Heritage Month

Each year, Americans observe National Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15th to October 15th. This month-long celebration is a time to honor the histories, cultures and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America. The timing of Hispanic Heritage Month deliberately overlaps with several Latin American Independence Day celebrations. September 15th was chosen as the kickoff date since it coincides with the Independence Day celebrations of five countries (Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua).

Join The WMS Yearbook Club 

Interested in joining this year’s WMS Yearbook Club? If so, you could be a part of creating the 2022-2023 WMS Yearbook! To learn more, scan the QR code on the poster found outside of the Wildcat Room  or in the lunchroom on the stage and fill out the survey. More information to come. Stay tuned!

Attention Weaver Winter Athletes:  

Please make sure you and your parents go into Final Forms and sign up for the winter sport that you want to try-out for.  The Fall season is almost complete and winter season is just around the corner.  We have very few athletes signed up in Final Forms for some of our winter sports.   Thank you!

Picture Make-Up/Retake Day 

Picture Make-Up/Retake Day will take place on the morning of Friday, October 7th. If you missed picture day or need to have your picture retaken, go to and dress nice for Friday, October 7th!

WMS Cybercats Video Game Club

If you love video games, consider joining the WMS/HMS Cybercats Video Game Club. Weaver and Heritage team together to create the Cybercats. During meetings, members play video games and bond as a team. We hope to have a Minecraft Realm and a Mario Maker Challenge this year. Come to any of the meetings you are able to attend! There is a Canvas course for the club, which has all info, including meeting dates. Please see Mrs. Muzzalupo with any questions. To register for the club, scan the QR code on the poster found across from Mr. DeChant’s room upstairs.

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.


The girls’ tennis team went 1 and 1 last week against two strong Upper Arlington teams. On Tuesday the Cats  won two courts against Jones. Mackenzie Kline fought hard at 1st singles for over 2 hours for her win! Taylor-Marie Kenz, after losing her first set 4-6, came back strong winning her second set 6-1 and finishing up with a match tiebreaker win to take her court!

Thursday, while withstanding strong wind gusts, The Cats won 4 courts against Hastings.  Mackenzie Kline at 1st singles and Taylor-Marie Kenz at 2nd singles both won their courts.

Olivia Lewis and Mischa Haworth at 1st doubles played very well winning their court 6-0, 6-0. Emily Dupaix and Madelyn Mundell also teamed up for an exhibition doubles win. The Cats are at Dublin Davis tonight, and also have home matches Wednesday and Thursday this week. Good luck ladies!


The Weaver Gymnastics team competed against Olentangy this past Saturday. Alyssa Wheeler had a strong performance on the floor, and Emma Bly placed 5th on vault and floor, 2nd on bars and beam, and 2nd in the all around. Great job girls!!

Girls’ Golf

Last week was a busy week for the girls golf team! They played Marysville on Monday and came home with a win!  On Thursday, they lost a tough one to Big Walnut to finish the regular season with 9 wins and 4 losses. On Saturday, the girls played in the Central Ohio Middle School Golf Championship. Out of 11 teams, the Cats came in 6th place with an overall score of 191, which is their lowest score of the season! Gold medalist was Addie White with a 43, in second place was Ellie Lowery and in third place was Molly Cuprisin.  Great job girls!!

Flex Volleyball

The girls Flex Volleyball team has been on a roll lately, winning their last 4 games. In their last game against Patriot Prep they won the game in the just 2 sets. Addie Nadler and Avery Puffer led the team in serving aces.  Jade Studer and Vivian Tangman played awesome on the net.  And Kelsey Hickman and Selah Wellman were fantastic in the back row. All of the girls are improving greatly and really growing as a team.  This week they play away at Marysville and at  home against Heritage.

8th Football

The 8th grade football team defeated Dublin Sells Thursday by a score of 22-6. The offense scored their first touchdown with a long run by Noah Johnson followed by a converted 2 point try by Charles King who also scored the 2nd and 3rd touchdown of the game. The defense played a physical game, holding Sells to only 6 points, capped off by an interception by Cassie McCue.

The 8th grade team will travel to Dublin Davis next Thursday. Go Cats.

7th Football

The 7th grade football team had a big win Wednesday night, defeating Dublin Sells 46-6.

The Cats dominated the game on both sides of the ball. The offensive line stepped up their game, led by Gryffin Fraker, Kellan Bullen, Colby Haupt, Oliver Huff, and Colt Ewing.

Defensively the Cats stopped the run game almost every play and recovered a fumble. Brayden Moore had an interception to shut down their passing game as well. This was a great team win!  Go Cats!

Cross Country

The Boys’ and Girls’ Cross Country teams both earned wins over Dublin Sells on Tuesday!

For the girls, shoutouts go to Katherine Jacobs and Stella Somerlot for HUGE improvements on their Personal Records! On the boy’s side, Will Harris continues to drop time and Drew Hiestand ran a very impressive personal best time! More races to come! Go Cats!

Boys’ Soccer

The boys’ soccer team played 3 games last week. Against Heritage, they won 1-0 on a goal scored by Dominic Collura. This win claims the title for the champion of Hilliard middle school soccer teams! In a tough match against Grandview, they lost 2-1 in grueling fashion, as they were very close to earning the win. In their match against Hastings, they jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first half on goals from Sebastian Sanchez, but became complacent and allowed Hastings to score twice before the game was called due to weather. The Cats enter their final week of the regular season before seedings are finalized for the tournament. Go Cats!

Girls’ Soccer 

Last Saturday, the girls’ soccer team won against Heritage, 4 to 1. Lucy Drobik scored all four goals as the attack held possession and Lucy took advantage. Monday was a different story when the girls hosted a talented Grandview team. Sydney Coates gave the Cats the lead early, but the Bobcats unfortunately dominated from there. On Wednesday against Hastings, the Cats scored 3 goals and gave up none! Lucy Drobik scored twice and Dani Fleming also did. The second half goalie Olivia Sykes was aided by Miley Dusseau, Lila Shriver, Presley Abbot, and Olive Hoctor in preserving the shut-out. The Cats return to action Monday when they host rival Jones. Vamos Gatos!

Boys’ Golf

The boys’ golf team played well Wednesday against Grizzell, but dropped a close one.

Owen Deubner shot his season best score of 43. On Thursday, the Wildcats overcame windy and chilly conditions to defeat Jonathan Alder. Carson Conner led the Wildcat scoring with a 51.  Carlo Difrangia shot 52, Caleb Belohlavek 54, and Colton Cutcher 55. Sebastian Smith, Austin Pflieger, Jackson High, and Lucas Hand all competed well with their opponents for a fun winning evening.

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