Wildcat Tracks

Animal Care Club aims to benefit the community

Left to right: Club advisor Elizabeth Riemer poses next to vice president Alyssa Azaam and president Madeline Tremblay.

Alexandra Liang, Website editor

February 12, 2020

The aim and mission of Animal Care Club is to raise money to help animal support groups. To meet that end, members meet during activity block to discuss future projects, such as volunteer opportunities or guest speakers to invite, as well as setting up schedules for fundraising. “Our main goal is to advance animal welfar...

Senior plans to play baseball at Harvard

January 31, 2020

The crack of the bat, a base hit, reaching base, then doing it again. This has become a common trend for the Weston Wildcats senior center fielder and pitcher Peter Messervy. After his final season at WHS, Messervy will be attending Harvard University to play baseball in the Ivy League. After fo...

Diving into a new season with coach Mikaela Thompson

Coach Mikaela Thompson smiles with the diving team of the 2019-2020 season. (Left to right, top: Senior Andrew Aggouras, sophomore Mark Pettinato, junior Phoebe Phol, sophomore Emma Scully-Power, freshman Ell Sumsion, sophomore Charlotte Martinkus. Left to right, bottom: Coach Mikaela Thompson, freshman Nate Gold, sophomore Kendal Parker, freshman Ell Sweeney.)

Graziella Vezza, Social Media and Photo Editor

January 28, 2020

The Red Tide is diving into the season with a new yet familiar coach. Taking a gap year before attending medical school, Mikaela Thompson is returning to WHS as a decorated collegiate diver to coach the next generation. “Coming into my first year coaching at Weston, my goal for the season is to su...

Angad Jasuja’s Work and His Accomplishment

Angad Jasuja represents Weston High School when presenting his project

Julia Lawlor, Opinion editor

January 27, 2020

In late November, senior Angad Jasuja represented Weston High School when he attended and won the 2019 IEEE Healthcare Innovations and Point of Care Technologies Conference in Maryland. In order to win this competition, Jasuja worked for an extensive period of time to create his final project.  ...

Fall play shines at Weston High School

Seniors Eric Sakkas and Thea Kendall-Green play the lead roles Duke Orsino and Lady Viola.

Kaitlyn Ewald, Staff writer

January 26, 2020

Comedy and Shakespeare took over the Weston High School auditorium in the Theatre Company’s rendition of the classic Twelfth Night. Running from November 21-23, students took a different interpretation of this Shakespearian show. “The cast did a really good job of making it funny and understand...

Boys Varsity Basketball team hopes to win state championship

Junior Will Van Houten shoots free throw in game against Boston Latin.

John Gigian, Staff writer

January 2, 2020

The Weston Wildcats Boys Varsity Basketball team enters the 2019-20 season looking to improve on last season’s success. The team ended with a 13-11 record last year, finishing one win away from the final four and losing in the MIAA North Regional Final to Dracut. The Wildcats currently have a 3-1 r...

New co-emcees work to build stronger school community

Senior co-emcees Becca Abrams and Ezra Gordon pose for a picture before the senior assembly.

Alexandra Liang, Website Editor

November 27, 2019

This year, the new co-emcees are taking on the difficult task of building a stronger school community. Although seniors Ezra Gordon and Becca Abrams are new to working with each other, they already are taking steps to reduce student stress and promote school spirit.  “My main goal is to incorporate a broader ...

WHS students help community through Rotary Interact Club

Michael Curley, News editor

November 27, 2019

Last year, senior Robert Mosher brought the Rotary Interact Club back to WHS. With five members meeting every Thursday morning, the Interact Club’s goal is to give its members opportunities to help out the community. “What we do is we try to facilitate community service opportunities to our c...

School makes positive academic and scheduling changes in response to student stress

Sarah Augustine, Photo/art editor

November 27, 2019

Between academic stress, outside activities, and personal lives, there is a lot on students’ minds as they navigate their high school careers. Therefore, WHS made adjustments to positively affect students' lives in three key ways; the incorporation of the late start time, the removal of the weight...

AP courses continue to attract student interest

Science teacher Boris Korsunsky helps senior Lila Kosowsky solve a
problem during an AP Physics class.

Adi Saligrama and Casey Friedman, Co-editor in chief and Feature editor

November 27, 2019

As WHS students advance in their academic careers, more options are available for specialized courses. Many students choose to engage in Advanced Placement classes, some taking anywhere from one to six at a time.  “I like that in AP classes, every student there is trying to study and they genuine...

The Life of Swing Players at WHS

Julia Lawlor and Casey Friedman, Opinion editor and Feature editor

November 27, 2019

As students progress through their athletic careers at WHS, more students have received the opportunity to play on both the varsity and junior varsity athletic teams. This is known as being a swing player, and these athletes have become assets to their sports teams.  “Simply put, a swing player is a member of...

Hypnotist show entertains Weston community

Devito speaks to the audience as volunteers walk up to the stage.

Heather Lee, Co-Editor-in-Chief

October 27, 2019

Pop music blared over the speakers as people filed into the WHS auditorium on October 12. Families and friends chatted excitedly as comedy stage hypnotist Joe Devito came on stage to  sweeping applause.   “I’m so glad the Class of 2020 and 2021 decided to bring back the show after so many ye...

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