September 25, 2017
Zephyrus: What clubs, activities, or extracurriculars are you involved in at school?
Carl Weigel: Boy Scouts, Student Council, Band, small group leader at CPC, Varsity Tennis Captain. I also run the Community Ed tennis programs and love Tyler Masuda.
Zephyrus: What’s your favorite pump up song?
C.W.: Headlines, Champions, Over, Forever, Good Life, Show Me A Good Time, Energy, Not Nice.
Zephyrus: How many fifth graders could you fight?
C.W.: I would start at Highlands and I feel like I could take all of Highlands fifth graders, and then I would walk to Countryside and then I’d do them and then, and then I’d go over to Creek Valley and take them on, and then I’d go finish it off at Concord, but I’d go over to Normandale just for good measure.
Zephyrus: What is your spirit animal?
C.W.: Red panda, because they’re just super sick, they’re always just classed up, they dress well, and they’re creative, they think strategically, they know how to relax, and they know how to have a good time.
Zephyrus: What’s your go to snack?
C.W.: Probably an apple, but after a big workout I’ll make a big salad and chop up some avocados.
Zephyrus: What does it mean to you to be in Homecoming Court?
C.W.: I thinks it’s really cool, I think it’s going be be a lot of fun. I’m excited, there are a lot of fun people on court, I’m excited to get to know the people that I don’t know very well who are on court. I’m honestly super surprised that I made it and I’m just happy to be hanging out with Josh Felton.