Wayland Student Press

  • March 17WSPN Practice ACT and SAT exam through Revolution Prep to be administered online
  • March 17All MA public schools to be closed until April 6
  • March 3"Squirrel Girl Goes to College" advances to the semi-final round
  • March 3Wayland SEPAC meeting to take place Thursday, March 12 at 7:00 pm in the Wayland Town Building
  • March 3WSPN to host practice ACT March 21 and practice SAT on April 4th from 9am - 1pm
  • March 3Peer mentors to visit middle school on Thursday, March 12. Peer mentors should contact Benjamin Buffa if interested.
  • March 3Famous Latina director Ligiah Villalobos to visit WHS on Friday, March 6
  • March 3"Super Tuesday" primary elections to take place in the Wayland Town Hall and Wayland Middle School on Tuesday, March 3
  • February 13The Wayland Public Schools Foundation (WPSF) Annual Fundraiser is Saturday, May 2 from 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm at the Weston Golf Club
  • February 13Wayland World's Fair to take place at the Loker School on Saturday, March 28 from 1-3 pm

Warrior Weekly: Second half

Warrior Weekly: Second half

Harry Falber

October 8, 2012

Before I start talking about Wayland sports, I would like to get something out of the way. Last week, in my blog I included this sentence: “ I predict that current manager Bobby Valentine will be fired by the time I sit down to write this blog next week.” Well, here I am writing my blog, and Bobby V is not t...

Warrior Weekly: Big wins and big losses

Warrior Weekly: Big wins and big losses

Harry Falber

September 24, 2012

This week, Harry talks about the Warriors' big wins, big losses and professional sports lockouts. This week in Warrior sports provided us with some exciting wins (football, volleyball and girls soccer). But the week of big wins also came with some disappointing defeats (girls soccer, field hockey and b...

Warrior Weekly: Bump on the road to success

Warrior Weekly: Bump on the road to success

Harry Falber

September 18, 2012

Last week, I proved to be sort of a jinx for Warrior sports. In my last blog, I talked about how the Warriors were undefeated and how I hoped that the wins would keep on coming. Since that post the Warriors are 2-4-2. I have full confidence that we can bounce back next week and win some games. Sorry guys! This past week, the football team trav...

Warrior Weekly: A strong start

Warrior Weekly: A strong start

Harry Falber

September 10, 2012

We did it! We made it through the first week of school. I hope everyone likes their teachers and will have a good school year. Wait, this isn’t a blog about school; it’s about what happens after school: sports. There were only four games this past week, but what do you know? We’re undefeated! Boys soccer tied Tyngsborough (not a loss), and field hockey...

Warrior Weekly: A new year

Warrior Weekly: A new year

Harry Falber

September 3, 2012

Harry is taking over Warrior Weekly and is laying out his ground rules for everything sports. Hello WSPN readers, As many of you may know, Andrew has graduated from Wayland High School and is now attending Clark University. But do not worry; Warrior Weekly is back for another year of sports recap an...

Warrior Weekly: Final post

Warrior Weekly: Final post

Andrew Herstine

June 21, 2012

I meant to do this a while ago, but I guess I got caught up in all the senior festivities. Since this is still a sports blog, it would be a shame if I didn’t mention that the boys tennis team won the state championship against Sharon. I am writing my final post in a very reflective mind-set since I just graduated. The 1...

Warrior Weekly: Why do you play?

Warrior Weekly: Why do you play?

Andrew Herstine

June 4, 2012

This week, Andrew discusses why a student plays sports in high school and the expectations for an athlete at any competitive level. The theme of this blog and the In-Depth Report this term is why do you play? Why do you choose to play sports for the high school? We had decided to do this project before the Window performance a few weeks ago, but if any of you w...

Warrior Weekly: Spring check-in

Warrior Weekly: Spring check-in

Andrew Herstine

May 1, 2012

No, this "check-in" isn’t a mini math quiz, don’t worry. Can you believe it’s already May?! Where has the year gone? May means that for most of us, there are less than two months left in school, and for seniors, only one. It also means that the regular season for spring sports is in its final month. The seasons are starting to shape up for teams as they prepare for the mont...

Warrior Weekly: Spring slump

Warrior Weekly: Spring slump

Andrew Herstine

April 24, 2012

I apologize for being inconsistent with my last few posts, but I hope to finish the year off strong. Hopefully my senior slump will only affect my other classes and not Journalism. I know that the spring season won’t slump, so I can’t afford to. Some Wayland teams have started off with a strong spring while others are still trying to get their feet...

Warrior Weekly: Final season

Warrior Weekly: Final season

Andrew Herstine

April 3, 2012

Two weeks in to the spring season, and some teams have already started their regular seasons, while others are still preparing for their start. Boys lacrosse was the first to open the spring season, with their first game against Brookline. The boys lost, 7-4. Girls lacrosse opened their season Monday against Tantasqua (yeah, you read that right). They won, 15-12. This spring ...

Warrior Weekly: Spring is in the air

Warrior Weekly: Spring is in the air

Andrew Herstine

March 19, 2012

If you haven’t been able to tell from the last few days that spring is coming, you probably need to get out more. This weekend was beautiful especially Sunday. Thankfully this weather has come just in time for spring sports, and it seems to be here to stay. I remember last year the first day of tryouts were played in a inch or two of snow. Hopefully this year the wea...

Warrior Weekly: Hockey wins, Madness begins

Warrior Weekly: Hockey wins, Madness begins

Andrew Herstine

March 12, 2012

This has easily been the most thrilling weekend I’ve ever had in high school. It all started with two killer performances of the Senior Show on Friday and Saturday, and it was just capped off with a boys hockey victory. The seventh-seeded boys knocked off the top-seeded Bedford, 4-1, to win the ...

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