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Senior captain Sammy Johnson brings the ball down the field into Waylands half, looking for an open pass. Not only is Johnson a captain of the lacrosse team, but she was also a basketball captain in the winter.

Girls lacrosse defeats Acton-Boxborough

Sasha Libenzon June 4, 2022

Girls lacrosse put up a close win against Acton-Boxborough (AB) with a score of  11-10 on May 26. Wayland dove into winning from the start, having a 5 - 0 lead before AB put in their first goal. After...

Sophomore Missy Prince stands at the net in ready position while her partner Kally Proctor serves the ball. Being at net means that Prince will more likely hit volleys as opposed to groundstrokes.

Wayland girls tennis falls to Weston on senior night

Hallie Luo and Selena Liu June 3, 2022

The Wayland girls varsity tennis team faces off Weston on home courts during Senior Night. The team celebrated its senior players with a food tent, flowers and posters. Wayland ultimately lost 4-1.

Senior captain Jake Moser braces himself to serve over the net. If a player serves and the ball hits the net, it is counted as a point for the opposing team.

Boys volleyball sets a win against Cambridge Rindge and Latin

Charlotte Thirman June 2, 2022

Wayland boys volleyball serves a win against Cambridge Rindge and Latin on May 26, 2022. Both Wayland and CRLS won sets back and forth but during the fifth set, Wayland emerged victorious with a final...

Junior Noah Malkin gets into a ready position as he waits for the opponents serve.

Wayland boys tennis hits the courts and defeats Newton-South

Hallie Luo May 26, 2022

On Wednesday, May 11, the boys varsity tennis team beat Newton-South with a score of 4-1. Singles players senior Alex Camacho, senior Jonathan Zhang and freshman Brendan Ip all won their matches, and juniors...

Senior Lucas Thompson competes in the 800 meter relay. Thompson was the anchor, meaning he was the last in his relay group to run. The relay consisted of sophomore Daniel Narvaez, freshmen Adrian Narvaez and Nathan Tobe, and finally, Thompson.

Track and field takes part in the DCL Championship Meet

Sasha Libenzon May 24, 2022

The track and field team capped off its season with the DCL Championship Meet on May 18 at Weston High School. The meet consisted of 11 schools, but only a few athletes from each school qualified for the...

Junior captain Genevieve Morrison watches the ball closely and runs fast to catch it in her glove.

Softball strikes out against Lincoln-Sudbury

Mischa Lee, Emma Zocco, and Carolina Sdoia May 17, 2022

The varsity softball team struck out against Lincoln-Sudbury on May 10. The Wayland team played a hard game, but eventually fell to L-S with a score of 16-0. Heading into the end of the regular season...

Senior Lucas Thompson sprints down the track during the 400 meter dash. Thompson is one of the track teams strongest runners, qualifying for several invitational meets over the course of his high school career.

Track and field competes at last dual meet against Boston Latin

Emma Zocco and Mischa Lee May 13, 2022

The Wayland track and field team competed against Boston Latin, but they ultimately fell short on Tuesday, May 10. This was their last dual meet of the season. Many runners were working hard, trying to...

Senior Finn ODriscoll keeps still as he watches junior Derek Roberts pitch the ball. As a catcher, ODriscoll has to stay observant.

Boys baseball receives their second loss of the season

Charlotte Thirman and Emma Zocco May 11, 2022

On May 2, 2022, the Wayland boys varsity baseball team lost their second game of the season. The team played Boston Latin with a final score of 6-2.

Senior captain Ryan MacDonald strategically moves past his opponent and tries to get closer to the goal. The team has been consistently standing up for each other, and weve done an outstanding job of really becoming a team and doing whatever it takes for the team to succeed.

Boys lacrosse falls to Concord-Carlisle

Sasha Libenzon May 10, 2022

Wayland boys varsity lacrosse put up a tough fight against Concord-Carlisle (CC), but ultimately lost with a score of 5-8 on May 3. CC came into the season with the reigning MIAA division two state champion...

The team strides toward the middle of the court to celebrate winning the second set. In volleyball, a set is played until one team gets to 25 points, with at least a two point difference.

Boys volleyball gets smashed in a close game against Newton South

Carolina Sdoia and Mischa Lee May 6, 2022

The Wayland boys varsity volleyball team put up a strong fight against Newton South on April 29. The game consisted of five sets. The fifth set was supposed to be played to 15 points but was a back-to-back...

Girls tennis serves a win to CRLS

Girls tennis serves a win to CRLS

Selena Liu and Kally Proctor May 4, 2022

On Apr. 29, 2022 the girls tennis team met Cambridge Rindge and Latin at the Wayland courts. Wayland beat CRLS 5-0, each match beating their opponent with ease.

Sophomore Daniel Narvaez tries to catch up with one of his Weston opponents during the mile event. Not only is Narvaez on track and field, but he is also on the cross country team in the fall and the Nordic ski team in the winter. Both [cross country and Nordic skiing] give a lot of endurance, Narvaez said. It helps if you’re doing longer distances for track, because you can go into the season with some fitness already.

Wayland track and field falls to Weston

Sasha Libenzon May 3, 2022

The Wayland High School track and field team competed in a meet at Acton-Boxborough High School against Weston on Tuesday, April 12. While Wayland competed against Acton-Boxborough and Westford Academy,...

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