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Boys’ soccer honored at Red Sox game (50 photos)

Boys’ soccer honored at Red Sox game (50 photos)

Isabel Gitten, Duncan Stephenson, Janani Gandhi, Jackie Stoller, and Charlie Moore
April 24, 2017
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The boys' soccer team was honored at the Red Sox game. The soccer team won the Division 3 state title in the fall.

Girls’ lacrosse team looks to build on success from last season

Girls’ lacrosse team looks to build on success from last season

Kate Balicki and Hannah Rice
April 12, 2017
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Last year, the girls’ varsity lacrosse team went 16-6-0, making it to the sectional finals where they fell to Walpole, 14-12. According to Head Coach Ashley Means, the team’s most important goal for this year is to qualify for, and go on to the state tournament. The DCL title is also a challenge...

A look into WHS athletes and the college recruiting process

A look into WHS athletes and the college recruiting process

Hannah Rice and Abby Mitty
April 12, 2017
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Wayland High School is a school known for athletics. Multiple teams over the past few years have gone into state tournaments, and some have ended up with the state title. Wayland’s success wouldn’t be possible without outstanding athletes to represent our school. Many students at WHS strive to...

Girls’ lacrosse defeats Weston (30 photos)

Girls’ lacrosse defeats Weston (30 photos)

Hannah Rice and Anika Das
April 12, 2017
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Wayland girls' lacrosse beat Weston 17-12 in their first game of the season.

Boys’ soccer team to be honored before Red Sox game

Boys’ soccer team to be honored before Red Sox game

Duncan Stephenson
April 10, 2017
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The varsity boys’ soccer team will be honored at Fenway Park before the Red Sox game on Tuesday, April 11th. The team received the invitation because of their two state championship victories over the past three years. Head coach David Gavron first heard of the opportunity from athletic director...

Spring Sports Preview

Spring Sports Preview

Duncan Stephenson, Audrey Camacho, Veronika Golod, Kate Balicki, Joyce Wu, and Aimee LaRochelle
April 6, 2017
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Boys’ Lacrosse: Last year was a disappointing season for the boys’ team, as they finished with a 9-8 record and lost in the first round of the playoffs. This season, the boys hope to make a deeper postseason run and compete for a state championship. Players to watch: Kyle Camphausen (junior), Everet...

Girls’ basketball team finishes season (video)

Girls’ basketball team finishes season (video)

Hannah Rice and Abby Mitty
April 6, 2017
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The girls' basketball team ended their playoff run after falling to Medfield 65-37 in the sectional semi-finals. Varsity coach Amanda Cosenza and junior Darby Leid, who is a captain, reflect on their season.

Athlete of the Week: Cam Gordon

Athlete of the Week: Cam Gordon

Kate Balicki
April 2, 2017
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Name: Cam Gordon Grade: Senior Sport: Soccer Achievements: Gordon has been a 2014 State Champion, a 2015 DCL Champion, a 2016 State Champion, a DCL All Star, a three year varsity starter and a captain during his senior year. This year, he also received the NSCAA Senior Excellence Award. Sports...

2017 Red Sox season preview

2017 Red Sox season preview

Charlie Moore
April 2, 2017
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The 2016 Boston Red Sox boasted an MVP candidate in Mookie Betts, a Cy Young winner in Rick Porcello, a retiring Boston hero in David Ortiz, and above all, a playoff berth. The '16 Sox were a run-producing machine with the best September record in baseball, but when the playoffs arrived, they were no ...

Warrior Weekly: Winter Sports Recap

Warrior Weekly: Winter Sports Recap

Duncan Stephenson
March 27, 2017
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The winter sports season recently came to an end. Here is how each WHS winter team fared this year. Boys’ Basketball Record: 4-16 Playoffs/Tournament: Did not qualify Girls’ Basketball Record: 15-7 Playoffs/Tournament: Lost in sectional semi-finals Boys’ Hockey Record: 9-8-4 Playoffs/Tournament: Lost...

Sean Chase earns 200th wrestling career victory

Sean Chase earns 200th wrestling career victory

Audrey Camacho
March 21, 2017
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To many students at Wayland High School, Sean Chase is a talented history teacher; you can catch him teaching his lessons and working hard in the history wing. However, he is also known to some as the wrestling coach. On the wrestling mats of the WHS field house, Chase transforms into Coach Chase. Recently,...

Warrior Weekly: March Madness

Warrior Weekly: March Madness

Duncan Stephenson
March 16, 2017
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With the NCAA tournament starting on Thursday, here are my predictions for the Final Four: East Representative: Wisconsin Badgers, 8 seed This Badgers team is not supremely talented, but they have size, and experience. Players like Nigel Hayes, Bronson Koenig, and Zak Showalter played in the N...

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