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Senior Ben Wright runs down the field while his teammates hold off Ashlands offense. Wright dodged Ashland opponents down the field before being stopped.

Football clinches a close victory against Ashland

Emma Zocco, Sasha Libenzon, and Talia Macchi September 22, 2023

The varsity football team faced Ashland on Thursday, Sept. 14 at home. Wayland won, with the final score being 27-20. The Warriors have a 1-1 record going into their next game at Acton-Boxborough on Friday,...

Freshman Corinne Larson runs beside a Boston Latin player, racing to get the ball first.

Girls soccer scores a win over Boston Latin

Hallie Luo September 18, 2023

The girls varsity soccer team takes on Boston Latin School on Thursday, Sept. 14.

Junior Samantha Lee back sets the ball to junior Abby Bennett. This is Lee and Bennetts second year playing on the varsity volleyball team.

Girls volleyball sets up the season with a win

Mischa Lee and Carolina Sdoia September 15, 2023

Wayland High School's girls varsity volleyball team won against Concord Carlisle on Wednesday, Sept. 6. The match was held in the field house and went to 3 sets. Wayland came out on top at their first...

Senior Henrique Abecasis slide tackles his opponent. Abecasis is an exchange student from Portugal.

Boys soccer secures a win against North Reading

Sasha Libenzon September 14, 2023

The boys varsity soccer team beat North Reading High School on Saturday, Sept. 9. The final score was 1-0, with the winning goal scored by junior Jack Gavron. The team's next match will be at 10 a.m. on...

WSPN staff experienced summer vacation in many different ways this year. Here are some highlights:

Gallery: WSPN’s summer scenes

WSPN Staff September 6, 2023
WSPN staff experienced summer vacation in many different ways this year. Here are some highlights:
Captain senior Deirdre Brown cradles the ball as a Whitman-Hanson player defends her.

Girls lacrosse beats Whitman-Hanson in playoffs

The Wayland varsity girls lacrosse team had a successful season ending with a 16 win and four loss record. On Monday June 5, the Warriors hosted Whitman-Hanson Regional for the round of 32 of the MIAA...

Q & A with WHS’ Athletic Trainer Katie Headly

Carolina Sdoia, Mischa Lee, and Jane Tardif June 9, 2023

Wayland High School's Athletic Trainer Katie Headly gives us a closer look into her life at WHS. Join WSPN’s Jane Tardif, Mischa Lee and Carolina Sdoia in a Q&A with Headly. 

Once the ceremony concludes, the graduates toss their caps into the air.

Class of 2023 Graduation

Sasha Libenzon and Sierra Dale June 8, 2023

Class of 2023’s graduation took place on Saturday, June 3 at 6 p.m. on the Wayland High School turf. The graduation was originally planned to be on Friday, June 2, but was pushed back a day due to thunderstorms....

Sophomore Owen Finnegan slides onto the base just as a baseman from the other team reaches him in to tag him out.

Boys baseball scores a win against Concord Carlisle

Tina Su and Sierra Dale June 7, 2023

On Friday, May 27, the Wayland boys varsity baseball team played its last game against Concord Carlisle. Rebounding from a losing streak, the team has won several of its last matches, adding this one to...

The underclassmen of the Window Dance Ensemble strike their finishing pose during Man After Midnight. I love how close we all are and how hard we work to put on the show every year, junior Dana Efrat said.

Window Dance Ensemble presents “It’s time to dance”

Hallie Luo June 5, 2023

The Window Dance Ensemble hosted its spring show on Monday, May 25. The team performs this end-of-the-year show annually, and this year's theme was "It's time to dance." Window is entirely student-run,...

Yankee Lighting Workshop brightens town

Delia Caulfield, Emily Roberge, and Ryan Chase June 2, 2023

The Yankee Lighting Workshop is located on 213 West Plain Street in Wayland, and the business began over 50 years ago. Whether it be a hockey stick or a tree branch, the employees at the shop can turn...

Junior Daniel Narvaez plans his route during the boys 800 meter run. Narvaez finished third in the DCL small for the half mile, with a time of two minutes and two seconds, qualifying him for the MIAA Division IV State Meet. Last week, Narvaez qualified for the divisional meet in the mile during the Twilight Invitational, where he ran a mile in four minutes and 40 seconds.

Track and field takes on Dual County League championship

Sasha Libenzon May 25, 2023

The track and field team competed in the Dual County League (DCL) Championship meet on Wednesday, May 17 at Weston High School. The team finished last in the DCL for the boys and girls. Despite the team...

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