Tuesday September 6, 2022

Bus Riders

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.

This Coming Sunday is Patriot Day

This coming Sunday is September 11th. This is a historically significant date because in 2001 on this day, the United States came under attack from terrorists. Many brave souls lost their lives that day, and many heroes helped others in their time of need. In time, the U.S. declared September 11th “Patriot Day” to commemorate the lives of those who died in the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City and the Pentagon in Virginia, and those who perished in the hijacked plane that crashed in Pennsylvania. The holiday also recognizes those who died attempting to rescue people trapped by the attacks. Never forget the heroism displayed by so many.

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.

Yearbook Sale

Order your copy of the 2022-2023 WMS yearbook now! If you order between now and September 9th, you can save $6. To order, scan the QR code found on the flyer across from Mr. DeChant’s room (206) and select Hilliard Weaver to purchase your yearbook today.

Middle School Gymnastics

The Hilliard Middle School Gymnastics teams are looking for team members! Anyone wanting to participate, regardless of prior gymnastics experience, is welcome. Practices are Monday thru Thursday from 3:30 to 5:00 at Fliptastic Gymnastics, which is on International Street off of Roberts Road. You will need an athletic physical to participate. Please contact Coach Grier at griernuts@yahoo.com with any questions.

8th Volleyball

Last week, the 8th grade volleyball team played 3 games. It started off rough with two losses, but the Cats pulled out a win Thursday evening against Finland in three games. The girls played the best they have played so far this season with everyone doing their job and worked as a team.

7th Volleyball

1 The 7th grade volleyballers played three times last week.

2 On Monday against Jackson, the Cats fought hard, but unfortunately didn’t pull out the win. However, with incredible passing from Chloe Schaetzke and Reagan Birkas they were able to put up a good fight!

1 On Wednesday, the girls swept Dublin Davis with great work at the net by Josie Marihugh and great serves from Mal Colasante.

2 And on Thursday against Finland, the Cats played fantastic, with some great work in the back row by Morgan Sherrill and Malia Donnell.

7th Football

Last Wednesday, the 7th grade football team traveled to Upper Arlington to take on the Golden Bears of Jones Middle School.  The Cats battled well, but lost 8 to 12.  Offensively the Cats drove down the field and Myles Mason scored their only touchdown of the night.  Holten Brown capped off the touchdown with a 2 point conversion, and the defense stepped up big with an interception. Unfortunately, the blue and white still fell just short of a victory.  The Cats are back in action Wednesday against Hilliard Memorial.


1 Our girls’ tennis team played twice last week.

2 The Cats split the matches, winning at Big Walnut and taking a hard-fought loss against a strong New Albany team.

1 All players turned in a solid effort, played good tennis, and proudly represented Weaver! 2 Playing their first matches as Wildcats this week were Lizzie Cramer, Bonnie Bowen, Riley Laymon, Ivy Gartzke, Alison Heimberger, Yukina Mas-uda and Sophia Longares.

1 The team wrapped up the week with an exciting intrasquad doubles match, with several courts going to tiebreakers!

2 The Cats take to the road again today, and are home for matches both Wednesday and Thursday.

1 Come out and enjoy some great tennis!

Cross Country

The Weaver Girls’ and Boys’ Cross Country teams ran away with two wins and numerous personal records against UA Jones last Tuesday. Big shoutouts to Mallory Kirby, Clara Iles, and Niya Lee on the girls’ team for huge improvements from last week. On the boys’ team, Jonathon Joseph, David Merfeld, and Josh Delucian fought hard and ran their fastest times of the season. It was an all-around great showing from all the athletes and some great teamwork that propelled the Cats to the Win!

Boys’ Soccer

The boys soccer team played two talented opponents this week. On Monday against Hamilton Township, Sebastian Gonzalez scored the lone goal and the Cats and Rangers ended in a 1 to 1 tie. On Wednesday, the Jaguars of Wellington got the best of the Cats, 2 to 0. Shoutouts to Yahya Hyder, Saikou Ba, Mohamed Suleiman, Reed Coleman and Dom Collura for their effort and energy throughout the week.

Girls’ Soccer 

The girls’ soccer squad played once last week, against Hamilton Township. Lucy Drobik and Kate Bidlack each scored goals, as the Cats won 4-0!

Girls’ Golf

The golfing girls of Weaver competed twice last week. On Tuesday, against Gahanna, the Cats won by 24 strokes. Addie White scored a 38 to win gold medalist, and in third place was Molly Cuprisin with a 41. Earning fourth place was Ellie Lowery with a 44, and in fifth place was Abby Tipa. On Wednesday, against Fairbanks, the girls won big again. The gold medalist was Ellie Lowery with a 53, and Addie White and Hope Wanderi each scored a 55, while Molly Cuprisin scored 56.

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