As the 2020-2021 Weber school year comes to an end, spring sports teams wrapped up exciting seasons full of personal and team successes! Congratulations to all of our teams and coaches for their hard work and dedication this season!
COACHES Victoria Raggs, Damien Kennerly, Hal Fairbanks, and John Hall
The Weber Track team had an outstanding season placing in the top 4 in all regular season meets with a 1st place finish at the Galloway Invitational.
Team members who broke existing School Records: Miriam Raggs: Discus Throw Gavi Diamant: 100 M Hurdles Logan Sucan: 800M Seth Shapiro: Shot Put Seth Shapiro: Discus Zamir Norry: 110 M Hurdles
The Girls and Boys placed 4th overall in Team Points with the highest finish in a GHSA Area Track Meet in Weber History! The entire team qualified for GHSA sectional track meet and moved on to the GHSA State Track Meet.
Notable results from the GHSA Sectional Track Meet include: Logan Sucan 3200m placed 9th Alternate Qualifier for State Miriam Raggs Discus Throw placed 9th Alternate Qualifier for State Zamir Norry 110H placed 10th Alternate Qualifier for State Asher Force 110H placed 9th Alternate Qualifier for State Seth Shapiro Discus Throw placed 3rd Qualified for State Seth Shapiro Shot Put Throw placed 3rd Qualified for State
Notable results from the GHSA State Track Meet include: Seth Shapiro Discus Throw placed 8th Seth Shapiro Shot Put Throw placed 9th Logan Sucan 3200 m placed 9th
A special congratulations to Asher Force who broke the Weber school record in the 110 Hurdles and all our team members who broke personal records.
A few matches into the season, Tennis Assistant Coach Jim Harwood, unexpectedly passed away. The team immediately came together to support Coach Harwood’s family and each other and dedicated the remainder of the season to him and his family.
Girls The team worked extremely hard on their conditioning, skills, and tennis IQ, finishing the season with a 2-9 regular season record. They entered the region tournament as a 7 seed and battled against the number 2 seed, Mt. Pisgah. Two of the matches went into nail-biting 3rd set tiebreakers, with the girls finishing just short of a win.
Boys Led by seniors and captains, Quinn Korach and Harris Jacobs, team ended the regular season in sole possession of first place with a record of 9-3 overall and a perfect 7-0 record in the Region.
Entering the Region Tournament, the team beat Kings Ridge (5-0) in the first round and fought hard in the semifinals to beat Mt Bethel (4-0). After 3 consecutive region championships won by Mt Pisgah, Region 6 finally had a new champion and a perfect region record!
1st and 2nd Team All-Region Winners Ben Lefkovits - 1st Team Singles Zak Katz - 2nd Team Singles Quinn Korach - 1st Team Doubles Sy Polekoff - 1st Team Doubles
COACHES: Scott Seagraves, Alan NeSmith, David Frankel, and Brandon NeSmith
This was the most successful baseball season in Weber history with an overall record of 12 wins and 7 losses, narrowly missing the state playoffs by one win. The team worked hard all year and enjoyed great senior leadership from team captains, Slaide Naturman, Rami Fabian, and Jason Seagraves. With signature program wins this year against Fellowship Christian and Mt. Pisgah, this team is poised for great success next year with its returning players.
Team Awards Pitcher of the Year: Jason May Offensive POY: Slaide Naturman Defensive POY: Aaron Bock Coaches Award: Rami Fabian and Carmi Nemhauser
The team finished with a 2-9 record, with wins against tough region opponents King's Ridge and St. Francis. Junior Kira Berzack was the team's leading scorer, with 16 of our 19 goals for the season and was named to the Region 6A Private Schools All-Region team in soccer. With only one graduating senior on the team -- captain Alexa Mittelman -- the team is excited to have a strong group returning for 2022!
Team awards: MVP Offense: Kira Berzack MVP Defense: Alexa Mittelman MOST Improved: Emma Smith Coaches’ Award: Emily Berman Rookie of the Year: Shayna Robins Captains: Alexa Mittelman and Leah Cordover
Boys COACH: Melissa Drisch
This year's team embraced a variety of challenges with Covid and schedule changes and showed great perseverance and determination in the face of adversity. The team faced several tough opponents, including St. Francis and Pinecrest Academy, but with hard work, they were able to grow and build as a team.
A great group of senior boys led this year's team and Coach Drisch looks forward to the younger players continuing their soccer careers at Weber.
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