Who will win the Spirit Stick?

Homecoming Photo Newsletter 2018

No, the Yellow background is not a clue as to which class will win the 2018 Spirit Stick.

We had an outstanding homecoming week this year with the highest levels of participation in our daily themes that I have ever seen. The freshmen class led the way all week leading up to Class Color Day and the pep rally, but the seniors came on very strong bringing in nearly 2,300 canned food items (rumor has it that Wegmans and Aldi were sold out of beans and canned corn). The Juniors and Sophomores were strong everyday as well. I couldn't be more proud of our students and the way they embrace the Titan culture. A fun week and a fun weekend ahead with our food truck rodeo homecoming football game against Schroeder tonight at 7. Enjoy the pictures of the week in the following newsletter!

Come over the stadium early- the parking will be a challenge and the food trucks arrive at 5. Read below regarding access to Publisher's Parkway this evening. It will be closed to thru traffic.

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The Shirts...

'Merica Monday...

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Disney Day...

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Theme Day...

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The legendary class color day and pep rally

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The Homecoming Dance...

We started a new tradition this year and held our first Homecoming Dance. We had over 200 students attend and threw in a courtyard movie night as a place for dancers to take a break and chill (it was 58 degrees) with their friends.
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We took our Senior Class photo yesterday. Here is the info to purchase a copy!

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The Class Murals


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Need even more options this weekend? Check out Autumn fanfare on Saturday!

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Update on a busy Titan Sports week...

Cross Country

The cross country team Raced at Webster Park on Tuesday

The Girls lost to Pittsford Mendon but beat both Churchville-Chili and Greece Athena

Pittsford Mendon 26, Webster Thomas 30

Webster Thomas 23, Churchville-Chili 37

Webster Thomas 15, Greece Athena 50

Katherine Peterson Ran a 20:07 and finished 3rd and

Molly O'Brien ran a 20:16 finishing 5th

The Boys:lost to Churchville-Chili but beat both Greece Athena and Pittsford

Churchville-Chili 21, Webster Thomas 36

Webster Thomas 19, Greece Athena 44

Webster Thomas 15, Pittsford Mendon 47

Top finisher for Thomas was Mitchell Carpenter. He ran a 17:15 for a 2nd place finish

Field Hockey

Field Hockey lost only it’s second game on the season 2-1 in OT to Penfield. Jordan Peak was the goal scorer for the Titans.


Friday Night the Football team plays its Homecoming Game vs Webster Schroeder. Game time 7:30pm

Girls Golf

The girls had a successful outing at Monroe CC tuesday. Five of our golfers qualified to compete in sectional tournament. Senior Mikah McDonnell was the Monroe County Champion for the second year in a row! Mikah shot a round leading 37.

Boys Soccer

The boys lost to a very good Fairport team 2-0 on Monday. Wednesdays the team traveled to West Irondequoit to take on the Eagles. They came up short losing 2-1.Zach Wolfe scored the lone goal for Thomas. The boys will play Gates Chili for Homecoming Friday at 4:30.

Girls Soccer

The Girls played West Irondequoit Tuesday night. They tied them 1-1 for the second time this season . The lone goal was scored by Sara Tomei. The girls beat Gates for Homecoming Thursday night 1-0. Sophomore Annika Monfort recorded the shutout and Sophomore Karley Tausch scored the goal for the Titans.

Girls Tennis

After 2 consecutive Rain outs the Girls tennis team was able to take on Hilton in sectional play. The girls beat Hilton in Sectional play, finally getting a rain free afternoon

.AA Team Sectionals

#3 Webster - 7

#6 Hilton - 0

Catherine Gamble(Webster) won 1st singles 6-0, 6-0

Alexa Monrad(Webster)won 2nd singles 6-1, 6-0

Tori Sandberg(Webster)won 3rd singles 6-1, 6-1

Amanda Longhenry(Webster) won 4th singles 7-5, 7-6(7-5) Abby Quinlan & Stephanie Romero(Webster) won 1st doubles 6-1, 6-0

Julia Kokkoris & Chrysan Gitsis(Webster) won 2nd doubles 6-3, 6-0

Abbie Wojtas & Lilyann Privitera(Webster) won 3rd doubles 4-6, 6-3, 7-6(7-5)

They beat Fairport in the Semifinals 4-3 Thursday 10/4

Catherine Gamble(Webster) won 1st singles 6-4, 6-2

Abby Quinlan & Stephanie Romero(Webster) won 1st doubles 6-1, 6-1

Alexa Monrad & Tori Sandberg(Webster) won 2nd doubles 6-4, 6-2

Chrysan Gitsis & Julia Kokkoris(Webster) won 3rd doubles 7-6(15-13), 7-5

Sectional Finals will be on Tuesday 10-9 at Mendon HS.

Girls Swimming

Webster Girls swim beat Rush Henrietta 108-55 The team is now 3-2 on the season.

Double winners and top performances for Webster included:

Allison Broccolo 200 Freestyle (2:04.60), 100 Freestyle (57.43),

Suzanne Sokolowski 200 IM (2:13.25) 50 Freestyle (26.12),

Ashley LeClaire Diving (232.80)

Boys Volleyball

The Webster boys volleyball team came oh-so-close to upsetting the New York State defending champion Penfield Patriots last night, eventually losing the two-hour match in five sets. Webster's balanced attack was led by Nate Cleary with 9 kills, while Sam DeGrace, Jack Willard, and Allister Spiegel tallied 10, 9, and 8 respectively. Front row defense improved with Willard recording 5 blocks and Kyle Wilbert finishing with 4. Michael Wyant owned the back half of the court, flawlessly leading the serve receive and ending with 12 digs. The boys took on Victor Wednesday night at Schroeder Losing in three sets. Each set was close but Victor edged out the win.

Girls Volleyball

Our girls Volleyball traveled to Canadaigua and defeated the Braves Thursday night in 4 sets.

Thomas 25, 25, 25, 25

Canandaigua 27, 23, 20, 17

Grace Brown had 8 kills and 2 blocks

Sarah Petz had 23 digs and

Abby Roetker had 3 kills and 15 digs

The Girls travel to Wayne this Saturday to take on the Eagles.

Titan Updates...

From the Nurse...

Please be aware there are many illnesses going around including: viral respiratory infections,Strep, Staph and Hand,foot and mouth disease.

if your child's fever is 100.5 oral/ear or 101.2(forehead) and higher they must stay home until fever free for 24 hours without medication.

For Strep they must be on an antibiotic for 24hours before returning to school.


Hand, foot and mouth (virus)- rash starts there first and then spreads and child can have a fever with it. Child needs to stay home until rash/fever subside

Impetigo- is a bacterial infection often caused by Staph or strep. rash tend to be in clusters and often show up on face,arms or abdomen and can spread. Must be treated with antibiotics and kept covered.

Staph (MRSA)- bacterial infection that starts out as a red bump that gets bigger, similar to a boil. It is antibiotic resistant, thus tougher to treat. Requires stronger antibiotic.

Frequent hand washing and use of hand sanitizer is encouraged. If your child is diagnosed with any of these please, notify the school Nurse.

Repeat Monroe County Champion.

Congratulations to Mikah McDonad who capture dher 2nd Monroe County Championship this week shooting a 37. She is pictured below with her coach Mr. Hanley.
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Mathletes Compete!!

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Webster Thomas' Math League started their mathematical season last night scoring 80 points. Leading the way for the Titans was Connor Lazzaro and Andrew Finn scoring 13 and 12 points respectively. Great job all mathletes!!!

Have a wonderful long weekend!!

Glenn Widor

Webster Thomas Principal