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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...

Freshman Ava Knourenko gets ready to return her opponents serve. Knourenko played in the third singles spot during this match. The hard competition really challenges me to play better, Knourenko said. Knourenko won her match 6-4, 6-1.

Girls tennis misses the shot against Westford Academy

Hallie Luo May 19, 2023

The Wayland girls varsity tennis team loses against Westford Academy on Friday, May 12. The team played on home courts, with only third singles winning a match.  

Freshman Elliot Koopersmith jukes out his opponent as he moves closer to the net. Koopersmith was on the varsity soccer team in the fall.

Boys lacrosse wins over Waltham

The boys lacrosse team met Waltham at the Wayland turf on Thursday, May 4. Wayland won this game 13-7, making this its fifth win of the season.

Sophomore Jillian Mele hits sticks with her teammates after getting her stick checked by the referee. Our team is very close this year, and I have many of my close friends on the team,  Mele said. It really does feel like a family.

Girls lacrosse scores a win against Winchester

Morgen Warner April 29, 2023

The girls lacrosse team beat Winchester High School 12-8 on Thursday, April 20. The Warriors are now 6-1 on the season.

Sophomore Luke DiPietrio-Froio and junior Ben Wright participate in the boys 110 meter hurdles. Wright got second, and Dipietrio-Froio placed third. Both ran in the 400 meter hurdle race as well. My favorite thing about racing is probably just trying to get the best time I can, Wright said.

Track and field misses the mark against Weston

Sasha Libenzon and Emma Zocco April 24, 2023

The track and field team faced Weston for its second dual meet of the season. The girls team fell short with a score of 65-79, while the boys team also lost with a final score of 48.5-98.5. The team will...

Sophomore Jill Mele (right) looks for a pass as teammate freshman Mackenzie Morris (left) defends against Nipmuc players.

Girls lacrosse cradles a win against Nipmuc

Hallie Luo and Sierra Dale April 13, 2023

On Friday, March 30, the girls varsity lacrosse team beat Nipmuc in their first game of the season. Starting off the season with a victory, the Warriors won 19-3.

Freshman Finn Bell signals to his teammate that the opponents ball is about to go out.

Boys volleyball falls to Milford

Charlotte Thirman and Emma Zocco April 6, 2023

On Friday, March 31, the boys volleyball team lost against Milford High School. This game started the season with a 3-1 loss for the Warriors.

Senior Saniyyah Phillips dribbles the ball up to the three-point line. Phillips and senior captain Lila Powers were both named  Dual County League All-Stars.

Girls basketball sinks the shot against Masconomet Regional

Sasha Libenzon March 10, 2023

In the first round of playoffs, the girls varsity basketball team beat Masconomet Regional High School with a final score of 54-52 on Friday, March 3. Following the game, the team traveled to Newburyport,...

Senior Eric Hiebert guards his man during a Wayland defensive play while the fan section cheers behind him. I wasnt expecting that many people in the crowd there on senior night, Hiebert said. It was really exciting to see all the people come out. Weve had a bit of a tough start to the season, and then more recently we started winning games, so senior night was kind of like a culmination of all the hard work that weve been working for the entire season.

Boys basketball celebrates senior night

Tess Alongi, Delia Caulfield, and Genevieve Morrison February 17, 2023

On Tuesday, Feb. 7, Wayland boys varsity basketball faced its rival Weston on senior night. The Warriors lost to the Wildcats 58 to 54 in a close battle.

Freshman Anishka Trehan swims the 100 yard butterfly event. A swimmer is limited to two individual events and two relays per meet.

Swim and dive flips into success against Bedford

Sasha Libenzon February 9, 2023

The swim and dive team caps off its regular season with a win against Bedford on Friday, Jan. 27. This year, the girls team went undefeated, and the boys team only had two losses. The team is looking forward...

Freshman Sarah Powers points towards the basket. Powers is one of two freshmen on the varsity team.

Girls basketball steals a win from Concord Carlisle

Melina Barris and Jane Tardif January 28, 2023

On Friday, Jan. 13, Wayland girls varsity basketball team met Concord Carlisle (CC) at home. The Warriors defeated CC 50-25, marking another great win for the girls season.

Sophomore Michael Keenan stretches his leg out to escape his opponent. An escape is worth two points.

Wrestling hits the mat in a quad meet

Emma Zocco, Carolina Sdoia, and Bowen Morrison January 26, 2023

The Wayland wrestling team travels to Beverly on Jan. 14 to wrestle in a quad meet with three other towns. The team faced Greater Lowell, Billerica and Beverly. Wayland beat two teams but fell short to...

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