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Wayland Student Press

Warrior Weekly: Brady’s best receivers

This week, Dante Coppola gives his take on the Tom Brady's best pairings with different receivers

Dante Coppola

March 3, 2020

Tom Brady is undeniably the most successful player in the history of the National Football League. Yet, despite how skillful he is, Brady has always needed a strong supporting cast to contend for a title. This past year, there was a clear lack of trust between Brady and his receivers, which led to his...

Winter sports season recap and playoff review

The girls varsity basketball team celebrates after its first playoff game win against Hopkinton. The team fell in their quarterfinal game last Thursday against Medfield. WSPN reviews and previews the seasons of the team along with other winter sports.

Ellie Tyska, Hailey Robinson, and Sammy Johnson

March 2, 2020

With some regular and postseason ending and many playoff runs just beginning, the WHS winter sports teams have put in the work for a continuation of their season. While some teams have already finished their state tournament games, others are still journeying ahead. Here are the results thus far: Wrestling Record: 17-3 What are...

Half Hour Hook Episode 7: Kevin Wang

Half Hour Hook Episode 7: Kevin Wang

Sam White, Andrew Boyer, Kevin Wang, and Garrett Spooner

February 28, 2020

In the weekly series "Half Hour Hook," WSPN reporters Andrew Boyer and Sam White talk about the latest happenings in the NBA, along with the rich history of the league. WSPN sports analyst Garrett Spooner appears in this episode and WSPN's Co-Editor-in-Chief Kevin Wang makes a special guest appearance...

Warrior Weekly: XFL is Back

WSPN’s Aiden Chitkara breaks down the opening week of the XFL.

Aiden Chitkara

February 19, 2020

The XFL is back for the first time since 2001. The league originally died out in its first year for many reasons, some of which included poor ratings, expensive TV contracts and a lack of competitive football. Former commissioner Vince McMahon envisioned a league that crossed between the NFL and WWE....

Hidden keystones: winter team sports managers

Boys varsity hockey team managers seniors Timmy Goodfellow and Brett Morris take on many jobs, one of them being filming games.

Ellie Tyska

February 18, 2020

When talking about sports teams, everyone knows there are the coaches and players, but many forget the important role the team manager upholds. As their presence in the game may go unseen, their enthusiasm and hard work are often unnoticed. For the WHS winter team managers this year, some are new...

Sports Brief: WHS Basketball hosts annual Coaches vs Cancer game

In past years, the coaches vs cancer game has honored not only Jim Griffin, but recent Wayland residents who has lost a family member from cancer. A couple of years ago, the game recognized the Schwartz family for their loss of  father and husband Eric Schwartz.

Ellie Tyska

February 13, 2020

On Friday, Feb. 14th, the girls varsity basketball team will host its annual “Coaches vs Cancer” game in honor of Jim Griffin, a WHS guidance counselor and girls basketball coach who passed away from pancreatic cancer eight years ago. This year’s coaches for cancer game will take place in the...

Half Hour Hook Special: All-Star Draft

Half Hour Hook Special: All-Star Draft

Andrew Boyer, Sam White, and Garrett Spooner

February 13, 2020

In a special episode of 'Half Hour Hook,' the WSPN duo Andrew Boyer and Sam White draft their own All-Star teams from the list of players voted in by fans and coaches. Sports analyst Garrett Spooner moderates the draft and reacts to picks as well. Rosters: *note some positions changed due to capta...

Sports Junkies Episode 29: Jack Wuerfl

Sports Junkies Episode 29: Jack Wuerfl

Aiden Chitkara and CJ Brown

February 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 twenty-ninth installment of the podcast, the hosts interview senior swimming captain Jack Wuerfl. The crew keeps it at a local level by discussing the sectional...

Warrior Weekly: The Future of Tom Brady and the Patriots

WSPN's Dante Coppola examines Tom Brady's possible next moves

Dante Coppola

February 12, 2020

The Patriots 2019-20 season concluded with an upset loss in the wild-card round. With this disappointment, the franchise finds its future up in the air. The greatest number of questions center around future Hall of Fame quarterback, Tom Brady, whose contract will officially expire at the beginning of...

Class of 2020 wrestlers clean up on senior day (14 photos)

The referee counts back points as Pereira attempts to pin his opponent. The referee is using his second whistle of the day, having broken his first earlier due to exuberant whistling. Pereira, who wrestles at 182 pounds, won the match.

Lindsey Brown

February 11, 2020

Wayland wrestling hosted a quad meet against Wakefield, Ralph C. Mahar Regional School and Quabbin Regional High School on Feb. 1. Wayland won two matches and had a close loss against Wakefield, who is currently ranked No. 15 in the state. Senior day was also held, and the Warriors recognized its...

Photo of the Week

Photo of the Week

Lindsey Brown

February 11, 2020

Senior Alex Kashian causes his Mahar opponent great concern. Kashian wrestles at 145 pounds and has wrestled since his sophomore year. Kashian's older brother, father and cousin were all Wayland wrestlers too....

Wayland boys basketball defeats LS for first time in five years

Junior Porter Moody passes the ball to freshman Xoren Livingston in mid-air. Livingston gets the pass on the three point line and shoots with no pressure from defense. After their win against LS, the team is looking forward to building on their success in the playoff season. “Playoff basketball is an intense time and I am excited for the energy that comes with it,” senior captain Gavyn Davies said.

Sammy Johnson and Julia Wegerbauer

February 11, 2020

The Wayland boys varsity basketball team faces Lincoln-Sudbury every year. The WHS team lost every single matchup for the past five years–until this season. Wayland recorded a rough first half. Lincoln Sudbury capitalized on that opportunity and took control of the game, with Wayland down 17-25...

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