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  • PSAT to be administered on Oct. 19 through WHS, see whstesting.com for details
  • Town of Wayland plans dusk-dawn aerial spraying to eliminate mosquitos from Sept. 10-16
  • Wayland High School to observe moment of silence at 8:46 am in memory of Sept. 11th attack victims.
  • Underclassmen picture day is on Thursday, Sept. 19
  • Risk of Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) virus infection in Wayland raised to high
  • Sept. 18 will be an early release day, school gets out at 12:15 p.m.
  • Extended advisory bell schedules will run on Sept. 5, Sept. 19, Sept. 26
  • WHS Back to School Night to take place on Thursday, Sept. 5
  • Senior portraits due Oct. 18. See "WHS Yearbook Information" on the WHS homepage for details

Warrior Weekly: First full week

Warrior Weekly: First full week

Harry Falber

December 17, 2012

So far, it's been a successful start for WHS winter sports. All the teams have begun their seasons except boys basketball with a home game against Westford Academy. Girls basketball already matched their win total from last year, and they've only played three games. This week, they will hopefully be abl...

Warrior Weekly: The winter season has begun

Warrior Weekly: The winter season has begun

Harry Falber

December 9, 2012

Well, we're officially underway with the winter season of Warrior sports, and we're off to a pretty promising start. Both the boys and girls swim teams won their opening meat against Newton South. Then again, does swim team ever lose? The wrestling team, which is coming off a disappointing 2011...

Warrior Weekly: Feel better

Warrior Weekly: Feel better

Harry Falber

December 2, 2012

Congratulations to the town of Sharon for a big win on Saturday. You guys had a heck of a season and should celebrate. At least we still have our Tennis State Championship. It happens to everybody. Everybody loses. It is just a part of sports. But, the best way to cheer up after a tough loss is to think about all the other fan bases that...

Warrior Weekly: Thanksgiving football

Warrior Weekly: Thanksgiving football

Harry Falber

November 26, 2012

How can you not love Thanksgiving? You've got the three F’s: food, football and food again. Thanksgiving is by far my favorite holiday of the year. No one can judge me for eating like a pig while watching sports on TV. In fact, the three games I watched this year were some of the most interestin...

Warrior Weekly: Football Pride

Warrior Weekly: Football Pride

Harry Falber

November 13, 2012

Harry has high hopes for this year's football team and is starting to compare this year to 2006, when the Warrior football team last won the Super Bowl. Well, we are at that point in the fall season where only football remains. There were tough losses this past week for field hockey and girls soccer wh...

Warrior Weekly: Fall season wraps up

Warrior Weekly: Fall season wraps up

Harry Falber

November 3, 2012

As the fall season comes to a close, join Harry as he talks about the Warrior teams going to playoffs and gives updates on the golf and crew teams. Earlier this week, we found out which fall teams will be playing in the playoffs this year. Representing Wayland we have the girls soccer and field hockey ...

Warrior Weekly: Playoffs

Warrior Weekly: Playoffs

Harry Falber

October 23, 2012

To all my loyal readers, sorry there was no Warrior Weekly last week. I know all of you went on to WSPN and were wondering where it was. Well, I am back. For those who were wondering, last weekend I was in Jacksonville Florida at my cousin's Bar Mitzvah. Quick shoutout to my awesome family, especially my cousin Jake Gol...

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...

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