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Warrior Weekly: Vacation recap

This week, Warrior Weekly blogger Daly Place talks about how the Wayland Warriors did over December break.
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Girls’ basketball: On the first day of break, after they led for three quarters, the girls could not hold on and lost to the Bedford Lady Bucs 35-45. The next game was against the Framingham Flyers, and Wayland came out in full force, crushing Framingham 67-39.

Boys’ basketball: The boys had a busy break, competing in four games. First, they beat Bedford 85-63, as a result of great shooting by both sophomore Joey Luchetti and junior Jonathan Eng. Next came a well played win against CASH, with a final score of 63-33. In their third game, the boys battled hard, but Dedham won the game with a buzzer beater that bounced in. The score was 55-53. The following day they faced the Warwick Veterans and won handily with a score of 71-49.

Boys’ hockey: Boys’ hockey had a successful break. On the first day, they beat Methuen High School. Then, the boys beat Sandwich 4-1 to bring them to the Kostas Cup title game. In the title game, they faced North Attleboro and won 2-1, securing the title of Kostas Cup champions. The boys rounded out break with a tough loss to Bedford 2-1.

Ski team: The alpine and nordic ski teams had no races over break.

Girls’ hockey: Girls’ hockey had no games over break.

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