Weatherford High School

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After taking a practice swing, the Lady Roo golfer gets ready to drive the ball down the fairway.

Color Guard member Jessie King dances her routine with style during the halftime performance.

Blue Belles await the entrance of the Varsity Roos football players, as Molli West smiles from the front of the line.

Ladies in Red, the Blue Belles are the ringleaders of the Circus pep rally.

The Lady Roo Cross Country team takes 2nd in District, with 2 runners headed from Regionals to State.

Members of the Fightin' Roo Marching Band entertain the home crowd during halftime.

WHS golfer Randi Rovnyak drives the ball toward the green.

This Kangaroo demonstrates his expertise by welding his class project.

Cheerleaders celebrate "Cheering For A Cure" at October's PINK OUT pep rally.

Aligning the putt in his mind, this Roo golfer prepares to knock the ball in.

Homecoming King Zeke Baker and Queen McKenna Buchfink are crowned at halftime on September 20th.

Coach Bo Bryant is introduced to the home crowd along with Lady Roo Volleyball player Tatum Wright.

Athletic Trainer Kamrey Mullens waves to the Kangaroo Crowd.

Protecting the ball, the JV Roo Football player #33 heads upfield.

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Varsity Cheerleaders smile from the sideline.

Ladies of the WHS Fashion Club celebrate their friendship with flowers.

The Mighty Roos bust onto the field as the game against the San Angelo Bobcats is about to begin.

Kangaroo Quarterback Ken Seals and Jayden Wheeler come off the field after an exciting play.

Varsity Roo football player Aeneaus Gray tears through the Bobcat defense.

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The Fightin' Roo Band waits for the pep rally to begin.

Ladies of the WHS Roo Band laugh as they prepare for their traditional concert.

Dressed in their Winnie the Pooh wear, these Roos take time for a quick picture.

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WHS Loves You and Misses You!

Last week, staff at WHS got together and wrote messages to our students reminding them that they are loved and missed. The video, compiled by Mrs. McGowan, features members of WHS staff and faculty. We want our students to know that they are loved and missed during this time! We are here for you! We all hope to see you soon!


MelonVine Monday videos are just to bring a little joy and encouragement in these weeks when Roo Nation must stay home and stay safe. We hope you enjoy them!

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