Wayland Student Press

  • Boys' soccer defeats Nipmuc 0-0 (3-2 in penalties) to win state championship

  • School Committee to vote on school start times on Nov. 19 following final public forum

  • WHS National Spanish Society sponsoring Yankee Candle fundraiser

  • WHSTE to perform "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown" from Nov. 16-18 in the WHS Theater

  • No. 5 football falls to No. 2 Gloucester 6-38 in Division 4 North Final on Nov. 9

  • No. 19 girls' volleyball falls 0-3 to No. 11 Melrose

  • Second vote for WHS Athletic Complex Renovation project postponed from November to April

  • Wayland marijuana vote deemed invalid

  • Boys' soccer defeats Holliston 2-1 in state semifinals, to play Nipmuc in state finals on 11/17

Brian Keaney
Brian Keaney is co-adviser to WSPN, co-teacher of journalism and the head of the English department. His love of newspapers started in his youth with delivering The Evening Bulletin amidst three deckers in Providence and reading columnist John Hanlon. In the 1990s he was the adviser to Wayland High School’s print newspaper, The Last Word, and rejoined the journalism team in 2017. A Red Sox fan, he is prone to the emotional extremes that come with such an affliction. He lives in Worcester with his wife and children and often reads The Boston Globe with his dog, Carson.

Brian Keaney, Adviser

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