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Warrior Weekly: NFL Draft Preview and First Round Mock Draft

WSPN's Dante Coppola reviews and discusses the upcoming 2020 NFL Draft.

Dante Coppola

April 22, 2020

The 2020 NFL draft is almost upon us, and it will certainly be one of the more interesting drafts in football history. In addition to the highly touted class of prospects itself, we will be seeing a totally reimagined draft as the normal presentation was canceled due to COVID-19. Here is a rundown on...

NCAA cancels college spring sports seasons, impacting Wayland alumni athletes

WHS graduate Kate Balicki races past her defender and down the field. Balicki is just one of many athletes whose season was cut short by COVID-19.

Sidney O'Rourke

April 21, 2020

The National Collegiate Athletic Association canceled all current winter and spring sports for the rest of the year due to COVID-19. The decision was made as many schools started to cancel all in-person classes to stop the spread of the disease. For winter sports, the cancellation affects the last...

Opinion: 6 ways to stay active, for athletes and others

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, many athletes have suffered the suspension of their spring sports season. However, it is essential for athletes to stay active and in shape during their time off.

Ellie Tyska

April 21, 2020

The global pandemic involving the COVID-19 virus has taken away many things from us: from going to school or restaurants to hanging out with friends to the suspension of the spring sports seasons. For these athletes, opportunities and memories have been stripped from their season. However, this by no...

Warrior Weekly: Possible consequences of a canceled MLB season

WSPN's Josh Schreiber reflects on the challenges the MLB teams will face due to the season suspension.

Josh Schreiber

April 20, 2020

As everyone knows, the start of the MLB season has been postponed, and the season isn't likely to start until at least the beginning of June. Aside from when and if there will be a season, several questions have arisen regarding the effects of potentially canceling the season all together. Here are some...

Rounding the Bases Episode 1: MLB Coronavirus Plan

Rounding the Bases Episode 1: MLB Coronavirus Plan

Josh Schreiber

April 15, 2020

In the first installment of "Rounding the Bases" WSPN's Josh Schreiber talks with Zeke and Ethan Betancourt about the new proposed plan for MLB to start up as early as May. They also breakdown the Boston Red Sox offseason, and give their early World Series and MVP predictions. 0:00 - Intro 2:35 - MLB Coronavirus plan 11:56 - Break 12:40 - Red Sox Offseason Breakdown 20:21 - Preseason World Series Predictions 28:35 - MVP and CY Young Predictions 33:40 - Outro...

Sports Junkies Episode 32: Without Sports

Sports Junkies Episode 32: Without Sports

CJ Brown and Aiden Chitkara

April 13, 2020

In the bi-weekly series Sports Junkies, WSPN’s CJ Brown and Aiden Chitkara give their take on the state of national and local sports. In the 32nd installment of the podcast, the hosts discuss the craziness of the world and their withdrawals from sports. Afterward, the duo discusses some of the goo...

Half Hour Hook “Homecourt” Episode 2: Year Awards and NBA 2K

Half Hour Hook

Garrett Spooner, Andrew Boyer, and Sam White

April 6, 2020

WSPN reporters and co-founders of “Half Hour Hook” Andrew Boyer and Sam White alongside WSPN sports analyst Garrett Spooner continue their new series of episodes called “Homecourt,” which covers the quarantined basketball world as well as the rich history of the NBA. This episode covers the exclusive...

Warrior Weekly: Re-drafting the top 15 picks of the 2017 NFL Draft

The 2017 NFL Draft was one of the most talented drafts in the past 10 years. WSPN's Jimmy Paugh and Max Brande pitch their take on redrafting the 2017 NFL draft.

Jimmy Paugh and Max Brande

April 3, 2020

Each year, the NFL Draft grants each of the 32 franchises the opportunity to draft prospects out of college according to their team’s needs. Some of these selections play out well, but some do not. In this article, we will take a look back on the first 15 picks of the 2017 NFL Draft and determine the...

29 Years Later: The Story of the 1991 WHS Boys Basketball Team

The 91' team gets together for a picture prior to a home game. One of the main reasons for the team's success was the bond it had.

Garrett Spooner

April 2, 2020

The 1991 Wayland boys basketball team was one of the greatest basketball teams ever assembled at Wayland High School. In the Winter of ‘91, they won a state championship at the DCU Center, previously known as the Worcester Centrum. Getting to the state tournament is very difficult. This past season,...

Warrior Weekly: MLB Power Rankings

The 2017 NFL Draft was one of the most talented drafts in the past 10 years. WSPN's Jimmy Paugh and Max Brande pitch their take on redrafting the 2017 NFL draft.

Josh Schreiber

March 29, 2020

Opening Day is one of the most exciting days of the year for baseball fans around the country. This past week, the MLB season was supposed to kick off with all 30 teams playing in games, but due to the coronavirus pandemic, the season will not likely start until at least after Memorial Day weekend. With...

Wayland versus Weston rivalry in sports

Senior Timmy Goodfellow is shedding off a receiver to look and make a tackle. Wayland and Weston football are known for playing their yearly rivalry game on Thanksgiving. “This past fall we played our 85th annual Thanksgiving Day Football game,” Weston Athletic Director Michael McGrath said.

Lauren Medeiros

March 25, 2020

The Wayland community is familiar with the rivalry between Wayland and Weston, which is seen mainly through high school sports. This competitive culture has increased over the past few years, making Wayland-Weston sporting events more popular for students, faculty and parents to attend. The rivalry...

Coronavirus’s Impact on the Basketball World

WSPN's Dante Coppola discusses the impact the Coronavirus pandemic has had on sports, specifically in basketball.

Dante Coppola

March 24, 2020

After it became public knowledge that Jazz center Rudy Gobert tested positive for COVID-19 on Wednesday, March 11, the NBA took the unprecedented step of suspending its season. The NHL followed suit, and the MLB chose to end spring training early. Particularly for the NBA, a decision like this has many...

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