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The Wayland residents who volunteer to coach baseball try to make the environment fun and uplifting for players. “[I try] to build the kids up,” Co-Commissioner and coach for a Minors team Alex Ahmed said. “If someone strikes out, you encourage them, [and] say that [they] get another chance, [or they] could try again next time.”
Wayland Little League: Hitting it out of the park
Sofia Ciciarelli and Makenzie Macchi June 14, 2024
Junior Alex Crawford kicks the ball to a teammate while in the midst of running down the soccer field. After suffering an injury that nearly ended his career, Crawford got an offer from his club coach to play on the Major League Soccer (MLS) NEXT team.
Alex Crawford: The comeback kid
Vanessa Taxiarchis June 12, 2024
Elliot Xu has been pursuing music since a young age. “Music establishes a community where you can build up each other and find a way to express yourself,” Xu said. “It is one of my biggest passions. It is a pleasure to listen to and a pleasure to play.
Elliot Xu: Expression of passion through the music industry
Melina Barris and Ben Jackson June 10, 2024
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On Monday, June 10, the annual Underclassmen Awards ceremony took place inside of WHSs auditorium.

I think that these awards bring motivation to [WHS] students to preform well academically, Sophomore Rufat Hasanov said.
WHS hosts the annual Underclassman Awards ceremony
Marissa Mendoza June 15, 2024
ICYMI: June 3 - Wayland hockey receives funding, Window Dance Ensembles spring show and tips for final exams
ICYMI: June 3 - Wayland hockey receives funding, Window Dance Ensemble's spring show and tips for final exams
Marissa Mendoza June 10, 2024
The Class of 2024s graduation is set to take place Friday, June 7, from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m..
News Brief: Class of 2024 graduation
Reva Datar June 7, 2024
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The boys volleyball team has made it through the playoffs and talks about what they expect to do at the championship game. 
Wayland boys volleyball: Journey to the state championship
Carolina Sdoia June 13, 2024
Junior Alex Crawford kicks the ball to a teammate while in the midst of running down the soccer field. After suffering an injury that nearly ended his career, Crawford got an offer from his club coach to play on the Major League Soccer (MLS) NEXT team.
Alex Crawford: The comeback kid
Vanessa Taxiarchis June 12, 2024
Wayland High School seniors prepare to move on from their last season of high school sports. My favorite memories from baseball are the walk off wins weve had and the team dinners, specifically the team bonding, senior and boys varsity baseball captain Ezra Wyner said. Being a part of the team and being a captain definitely helped my leadership, communication and work ethic skills.
The end of a journey: Seniors finish their last season of high school sports
Jeffery Zhang June 7, 2024
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The Wayland residents who volunteer to coach baseball try to make the environment fun and uplifting for players. “[I try] to build the kids up,” Co-Commissioner and coach for a Minors team Alex Ahmed said. “If someone strikes out, you encourage them, [and] say that [they] get another chance, [or they] could try again next time.”
Wayland Little League: Hitting it out of the park
Sofia Ciciarelli and Makenzie Macchi June 14, 2024
Join WSPNs Maddie Zajac and Marissa Mendoza as they interview six WHS humans about the school year.
Humans of WHS: Chapter four
Maddie Zajac and Marissa Mendoza June 13, 2024
Junior Alex Crawford kicks the ball to a teammate while in the midst of running down the soccer field. After suffering an injury that nearly ended his career, Crawford got an offer from his club coach to play on the Major League Soccer (MLS) NEXT team.
Alex Crawford: The comeback kid
Vanessa Taxiarchis June 12, 2024
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Join WSPN reporter Elyssa Grillo as she interviews WHS French teacher Sara Langelier about her love for sewing and fashion. Langelier makes a lot of her own clothes and shops at thrift stores to form her ideal style sustainably.
Fashionista of the Month: June
Elyssa Grillo June 14, 2024
Join WSPN reporter Mischa Lee as she showcases four seniors AP artwork.
AP Art students cap off their senior year
Mischa Lee June 12, 2024
Join WSPN reporter Torryn Carlson as she discusses Billie Eilishs new album “HIT ME HARD AND SOFT.
Album review: "HIT ME HARD AND SOFT"
Torryn Carlson June 11, 2024
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