Wayland Student Press

  • Math department goes back on newly instituted policy, will hand out tests to students

  • Boys' basketball wins Bellingham tournament, improves to 4-2

  • School Committee violated state law according to state attorney general Maura Healey

  • Vice Principal James Nocito to retire

  • Seniors Rachel Chau, Sid Iyer, Andy Wang, junior Tristan Wolff recognized with All-Eastern musical honors

  • Wayland prohibits recreational marijuana shops

Warrior Weekly: Tough way to end

Warrior Weekly: Tough way to end

Andrew Herstine

November 15, 2011


Filed under Warrior Weekly, WSPN, WSPN Blogs

Sunday, November 13th was the last day I'll ever play soccer for Wayland High School. We lost a heart breaker 1-0 to two-time defending state champion Concord-Carlise in the Division two North Sectional final. As the twentieth seed, we beat the thirteenth, the fourth, the fifth, and the first seeded teams on our run ...

Warrior Weekly: A league title and tournaments

Warrior Weekly: A league title and tournaments

Andrew Herstine

November 6, 2011


Filed under Warrior Weekly, WSPN Blogs

I’m sorry. For the first time this year, I did not post a blog last week, and I apologize to all my loyal readers (AKA, mom). I lost power and did not get it back until Thursday, making it very hard to create content for an online publication. Anyways, since the fall season is coming to a close, I thought it would ...

Warrior Weekly: Sunday Club

Warrior Weekly: Sunday Club

Andrew Herstine

October 24, 2011


Filed under Warrior Weekly, WSPN Blogs

After beating Weston 2-0 on Saturday night, we were given Sunday off from practice. Immediately, I knew that I needed to finish my homework early Sunday morning and finish up all my other weekend to-do's, so I could go to Sunday Club. Sunday Club is when members of my fantasy football league gather to watch all the ...

Warrior Weekly: The Dog House

Warrior Weekly: The Dog House

Andrew Herstine

October 17, 2011


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The Dog House: I'm trying a new segment this week called The Dog House. The Dog House will be about fantasy football players who have either under or over performed during the week. The players may be involved for personal or general reasons. The bottom line is, you don't want to be in The Dog House, because it means y...

Warrior Weekly: We ate the cup

Warrior Weekly: We ate the cup

Andrew Herstine

October 11, 2011


Filed under Editor's Picks, Warrior Weekly, WSPN Blogs

It was Friday, I had just lost a round of soccer-golf by a few strokes and a three day weekend was ahead. So what did six of my friends and I decide to do? Eat a Vermonster. It’s something we had joked about since the start of the season; it would be a team bonding experience. We’d seen all over Facebook that ...

Warrior Weekly: Is this how it ends?

Warrior Weekly: Is this how it ends?

Andrew Herstine

September 30, 2011


Filed under Warrior Weekly, WSPN, WSPN Blogs

The Red Sox September collapse will go down in MLB history as the largest ever. The nine game lead at the start of September was squandered, and the Sox played their way out of the playoffs. I mean, all of September I was waiting for this team to wake up and start winning again, but they never did. I thought Boston w...

Warrior Weekly: Best Week Yet

Warrior Weekly: Best Week Yet

Andrew Herstine

September 26, 2011


Filed under Warrior Weekly, WSPN Blogs

Well, the promising signs I noted last week turned into reality this week, as Warrior nation flexed its muscles. The football and volleyball teams picked up their first victories of the season, hats off to them. In fact, this has been the best week overall for the fall teams, with a total of seven wins, two more than...

Warrior Weekly: Promising signs

Warrior Weekly: Promising signs

Andrew Herstine

September 20, 2011


Filed under Warrior Weekly, WSPN Blogs

Before I recap the Warriors' performance in the second week of the season, I would like to say that it was great to see the scoreboard working for Friday night's football home opener. Despite a late charge, the Warriors fell 35-21 to Battle Santos and Nauset Regional High School. It's too bad the power for the scoreboar...

Warrior Weekly: Off to a rough start

Warrior Weekly: Off to a rough start

Andrew Herstine

September 11, 2011


Filed under Warrior Weekly, WSPN Blogs

After nearly two weeks of preseason and scrimmages, it was time for the 2011 fall season to officially start. As a whole, the Warriors did not get off to the start they wanted; only the field hockey team was victorious. As teams found out, you cannot afford to start slow against Dual County League (DCL) opponents. ...

Warrior Weekly: Welcome to my world

Warrior Weekly: Welcome to my world

Andrew Herstine

September 7, 2011


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Dear WSPN Readers, My name is Andrew Herstine, I am a senior at Wayland High School, and I love sports. Ever since I was little, each morning before school was spent watching SportsCenter, catching up on last night's scores and stats. Sports has become a passion for me. Not only do I play, watch and follow, but...

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