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Girls soccer wraps up DCL-small title

Girls soccer wraps up DCL-small title

Elizabeth Doyon
November 4, 2009
Filed under Articles, Sports

Last week, the Warriors locked in the DCL-Small Championship title with a win against Tyngsborough on Thursday, and then finished their Dual County League run undefeated with a tie against Concord-Carlisle . “This was really the last week of practices in terms of the regular season. Next week, practice wi...

Field hockey fights for tournament spot

Field hockey fights for tournament spot

Kelsey Sommers
October 28, 2009
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With a record of 6-7-2, and just one game remaining in the regular season, the Wayland field hockey team is only a win away from qualifying for the state tournament. After a rocky start to the season, fought hard to win and tie against teams who had previously defeated them. Two weeks ago, Wayland tied agains...

Girls soccer scores spot in state tournament

Girls soccer scores spot in state tournament

Elizabeth Doyon
October 21, 2009
Filed under Articles, Sports

Wayland girls had three games this week and won all three to bring their record to 9-2-1, officially putting them in the state tournament for the first time in four years. “Mission accomplished!” said Wayland coach Guy Enoch. “We had a tough week, three tough games, and we came out on top in all three....

WW crew proves its mettle on the Charles

WW crew proves its mettle on the Charles

Melanie Wang
October 20, 2009
Filed under Articles, Sports

A brief snapshot of what Wayland-Weston rowers had to endure this past Sunday? Rain. Rain, followed by wind, mud, frigid temperatures, freezing fingers, competition from some of the toughest and fastest youth crews in the country, and an intense race at one of rowing’s most renowned events, the Head of ...

Volleyball hopes soaring high

Volleyball hopes soaring high

Kruti Vora
October 19, 2009
Filed under Articles, Sports, WSPN

Photo by Shensi DingThe Wayland volleyball team has been brutally practicing in the field house for 5 days a week for the last 8 weeks. But now, as their season is coming to an end with just 3 more weeks of practices and four more games, the girls are putting in their last efforts for a successful end...

Football makes a statement

Football makes a statement

Kamal Namou
October 14, 2009
Filed under Articles, Sports

As the great musician Mick Jagger once said, “You can’t always get what you want.”  That was most certainly the case two weeks ago, after a deflating loss in a winnable game against LS. Still, the Warriors weren’t going to let adversity bring them down. Wayland football is built around fight...

Miles leads Warriors within yards of comeback

Miles leads Warriors within yards of comeback

Evan Barber
October 4, 2009
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The battle of the Warriors between Lincoln Sudbury (LS), and Wayland ended in a nail biting, 26-21 final with LS on top. LS looked to a sweep play to their fullback Owen Pagano who rushed for 200 yards and scored three touchdowns. The sweep killed Wayland early in the game, but as the defense picked...

For crew, the wait is over

For crew, the wait is over

Melanie Wang
October 2, 2009
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It’s been five weeks – five long weeks of rowing and waiting – and finally, Wayland-Weston Crew will open its racing season at the Textile River Regatta. The race is this Sunday, on the Merrimack River in Lowell, Massachusetts. “I feel like the team’s really coming together now,” said sen...

Girls cross country makes great strides

Girls cross country makes great strides

Erica Van Sciver
October 2, 2009
Filed under Articles, Sports

Despite a slow start to the season - the team was sporting an 0-2-0 record - evidence of the steady improvement of girls cross country abounded at the RI Oceanstate Meet this past Saturday, with the varsity team placing 11th out of 21 and JV ranking 8th out of 11 teams overall. Head coach Suzanne Williams ...

Girls soccer suffers first loss

Girls soccer suffers first loss

Elizabeth Doyon
September 29, 2009
Filed under Articles, Sports

Last Tuesday, the Wayland Warriors played the Acton-Boxboro Colonials at home and lost 1-0, but followed up with a 1-0 win against Waltham later in the week. The AB Colonials are ranked high in the state and best in the Dual County League. “Unlike our previous games, we knew that we were clearly t...

Volleyball begins new season with strong teams

Volleyball begins new season with strong teams

Kruti Vora
September 17, 2009
Filed under Articles, Sports

Wayland's girls' volleyball players are bumping, setting, and spiking their way into a new season. Coach Donna Blight leads the Varsity girls, and assisting her as captains are Lauren Vachon, Nicole Jenkins, and Brianna Ramsey. As for the JV team, run by Coach Flava Garthright, captains have yet to...

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