Westwood Weekly

February 20, 2022

WHS Bowler Wins UP Championship!

Congratulations to WHS Sophomore, Elise Ketola, for earning the title of 2022 UP Girls Singles Champion in High School Bowling over the weekend at River Rock Lanes in Ishpeming. Elise recorded an incredible 198.5 average while qualifying. She is pictured below with Coach Barrie Rae and Coach Pat Gingras.

Four of the sixteen girls who made the top 16 match-play format were Westwood Patriot bowlers: Senior Lyla Burke, Junior Kylie Junak, Sophomore Elise Ketola, and Junior Kirsten LaMere.

The WHS girls ended their season 9-0, the second year in a row of an undefeated season. The WHS boys went 5-4 for the season. Next up for our bowlers is team finals (boys and girls) in Menominee this Saturday, 2/19, and then Regionals in Traverse City on 2/25 & 2/26.

Good luck to our Patriot bowlers!

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WHS United States History Class Studies World War 2

Mrs. Marana's US History class discusses World War 2 strategies with a tug-of-war. Students had to debate who the US should take on first, Germany or Japan?
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WHS Athlete Signs with Finlandia University!

Westwood High School Senior Savannah Sevegney signed her letter of intent to play basketball and continue her education as an English major for Finlandia University next year.

Good luck, Savannah!

Pictured below is Savannah, with her parents and brother.

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WHS Wrestlers Advance To Regionals

WHS Wrestlers are advancing to Regionals in Charlevoix next weekend!

Congratulations to Spencer Harvala and Brandon Vickstrom for advancing to the regional competition in Charlevoix. Spencer took first in the 215 weight class and Brandon was fourth and 285. Good luck at regionals!

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Good Luck to all the WHS students participating in Solo Ensemble on February 25th in Kingsford!

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NICE Schools Sinking Fund Up For Renewal


OK2SAY is the student safety program that allows students to confidentially report tips on potential harm or criminal activities directed at students, school employees, and schools. The goal of OK2SAY is to stop harmful behavior before it occurs by encouraging anyone to report threatening behavior to caring adult authorities who can help. OK2SAY encourages Michigan residents to confidentially submit tips 24/7 using the OK2SAY mobile app, online, by email, texting, or by calling trained program technicians. Tips can be submitted using the website, via text, phone call, or by downloading the app.

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Westwood High School Athletic Schedules

Please note that schedules are subject to change.