Weymiller also battled back from an injury to be a football star. His performance in Peninsula’s win over Lakes to clinch the league title was stellar — five catches for 149 yards and two touchdowns, and a passing TD to boot.
On the baseball diamond, Weymiller has a shot to be an NCAA Division I athlete. He’s a natural shortstop and a solid pitcher. His humble demeanor — which probably stems from his parents, Pete and Kathy, both of whom are longtime educators — was evident after a playoff loss to Kelso in which he struck out nine hitters.
“If it’s not a win, it’s not good stuff,” he said. “My pitching, in the end, didn’t give us a chance to win.”