Wayland Student Press

  • Construction has begun on the WHS turf, tennis courts, and softball field

  • Student council voting to occur on Wednesday June 12 and Thursday June 13 in the Commons throughout all lunches

  • Advisory to change next year: meet multiple times a week, only grade-based

  • Nicole Haghdoust selected for the World Language Department Chair position in place of Melissa Bryant

  • Sean Gass, head of Upper School at the Salem Academy Charter School, to replace Ethan Dolleman as assistant principal

Spring Track: new season, new goals

Jennifer Adler

April 8, 2009

Filed under Sports, WSPN, WSPN Blogs

The air is warmer, the days are longer, and once again the outdoor track is in full use. Both returning champions and first-year athletes can be found on the girls track team, each prepared to set and accomplish her own individual goals. “As the new head coach of the outdoor track season, I am excited...

Ultimate Frisbee defeats rival Weston

Sam Boegehold

April 7, 2009

Filed under Sports, WSPN, WSPN Blogs

Blood was spilled, territory was claimed, and Wayland made itself known as a fierce competitor, coming away with a big win in the Weston-Wayland Ultimate Frisbee game last Wednesday, Wayland's first official in-league game of the year. The final score of the match, 15-4, is testament to the tenacity...

Wayland-Weston crew team sweeps first race

Melanie Wang

April 7, 2009

Filed under Articles, Sports, WSPN

The weather was grim and the water was choppy, but Wayland-Weston crew pulled through in their season opener last Saturday, with both varsity teams sweeping their first races of the season. The regatta took place on Lake Cochituate in the early hours of Saturday morning. While most high school students...

Varsity girls lacrosse defeated in season opener

Elizabeth Doyon

April 6, 2009

Filed under Articles, Sports, WSPN

Wayland girls lacrosse kicked off their season with a home game last Tuesday against long-time town rival, Weston. The Warriors stepped onto the field coached by Tracey Drown, returning from last year. The game remained close for much of the first half, Wayland trailing 3-2 to their tough opponent. But...

NCAA Men's Basketball: Final Four set to play

Gifford Delle

April 2, 2009

Filed under Articles, Sports, WSPN

After several intense rounds of NCAA men’s basketball, four teams have finally emerged to play next weekend in the Final Four. The Final Four teams playing in Detroit this weekend are, UConn, Villanova, Michigan State, and UNC, each team with impressive runs so far in the tournament. Each team has...

Spring sports in full bloom (22 photos)

Eilif Mikkelsen

March 30, 2009

Filed under Photo Galleries, Sports, WSPN

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Ultimate Frisbee Gallery (24 Photos)

Sasha Pansovoy

November 4, 2008

Filed under Photo Galleries, Sports


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