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  • 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: The last one

Warrior Weekly: The last one

Harry Falber

July 16, 2013


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Hey guys, wow, I can’t believe we made it to my final post of the 2012-2013 school year. This year, I ended up with 30 blog posts, only one less than Andrew did last year. I hope you enjoyed reading every single one. This was a great year in Wayland sports. We saw Super Bowls, deep playoff runs and...

Warrior Weekly: The End

Sarah Mitty

June 12, 2013


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[/caption] Well, we made it to the end of the 2012-2013 Wayland Warrior sports season. First, I would like to congratulate the boys and girls crew teams. Over the weekend, the girls placed second at nationals, which makes them second in America. That is a huge accomplishment. The boys placed 10th. Congratulations to all of the c...

Warrior Weekly: Blaming the refs

Warrior Weekly: Blaming the refs

Alex Erdekian

May 12, 2013


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As athletes we’ve all dealt with them. We dread them. We’re frustrated by them. Everybody has to deal with a bad referee/umpire at some point in their sports careers. And I’m sure that everybody has played in games that have been influenced by a “bad call.” This past week, there were two blown calls ...

Warrior Weekly: Continued success

Warrior Weekly: Continued success

Alex Erdekian

May 5, 2013


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We’ve made it to May. The cold weather is officially behind us. And as the warm weather comes in, the Warriors are showing more and more success on the fields. Boys' lacrosse played Weston in a W-Day game and won 8-4. They are now 10-3 on the season. They are pretty dominant. But the dominance doesn’t stop there. Both girls' lacrosse (now 8-1-1) and bo...

Warrior Weekly: Spring sports update

Warrior Weekly: Spring sports update

Alex Erdekian

May 1, 2013


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Wow, it feels really weird to know that we are almost halfway through the spring season. Because of vacation and the Boston Marathon tragedy, I have yet to fully discuss the happenings of the season so far. For anyone out there wondering how the spring season has been going so far, here are the updates. Base...

Warrior Weekly: Finally spring

Warrior Weekly: Finally spring

Harry Falber

March 31, 2013


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Thank God. Look at the weather. Spring is finally here. No more snow days (I hope), no more skidding in my car and no more spring practices in the fieldhouse. That last one brings me the most excitement. Practices in the fieldhouse were absolutely terrible. All of the sports had to share the tiny space of th...

Warrior Weekly: Passing time

Warrior Weekly: Passing time

Harry Falber

March 18, 2013


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Well, we are kind of in an awkward week of Warrior sports. The spring season's tryouts start today, so nothing has really happened in the past week. I am at a loss for what to say. Because there is nothing new for me to report, I am going to make some more predictions (since I did so well the first time). ...

Warrior Weekly: This one hurt

Warrior Weekly: This one hurt

Harry Falber

March 11, 2013


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[/caption] I thought they were going to do it. They had been in this position before. Down 11 at halftime to Saugus, they won by five. Down one at halftime to Arlington Catholic, they won by 23. Down three at halftime to North Reading, they won by 16. Down 10 to Danvers at halftime? The talk in the c...

Warrior Weekly: Winter sports

Harry Falber

March 7, 2013


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Well, we are down to one more team left in the winter season: boys' basketball. Boys' basketball has put up three amazing games so far in the playoffs. First they beat Saugus, mounting a thrilling second half comeback. The Warriors were down by as many 15 points, but they kept pushing. Their rally was fil...

Warrior Weekly: Round one

Warrior Weekly: Round one

Harry Falber

February 26, 2013


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While Warrior Weekly was on vacation, Warrior sports was not. During the past two weeks, some pretty exciting things have happened. In swimming, both the girls and boys finished top two in the state. The girls won states, while the boys came in second. Nice job to both of the swim teams. Congratulations to the girls for...

Warrior Weekly: Finding Nemo

Warrior Weekly: Finding Nemo

Harry Falber

February 11, 2013


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From Beyoncé to blackouts to a major blizzard; it has been a really strange week. Well, here's what's not so strange: Girls' swimming won the DCL title. It has been an incredible season for this team. They did not lose a single meet. The boys had a great season as well, coming in third in the DCL. Nice job to all of the swimmers and divers! Ski...

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