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For Wayland, volleyball’s a day at the beach

Boston Globe 6/16/17: For Wayland, volleyball’s a day at the beach. When the Wayland High boys’ volleyball squad plays, it’s a bit tough at first to pick out coach Rod Fletcher. In his seventh — and now final — year of coaching, he’s dressed casually, from a pair of brown top-siders to plaid shorts to a long-sleeved shirt reading “Wayland Volleyball” that he throws on moments before the game.

Wayland High School to remove Native American imagery from logo

Wayland Student Press 6/6/17: Wayland High School to remove Native American imagery from logo. Wayland High School has officially moved away from a Native American spear as its logo. Students recently voted on a symbol to replace the spear, but it is not clear if either design will become the permanent school logo.

Wayland-Weston Crew wins state championship

Trophy information is online here and more detailed race results are online here

On Campus: Wayland’s Charlotte Smith, Kira Palmer, and Clare Keller help anchor GW’s Varsity 8

Wayland Town Crier 5/28/17: On Campus: Wayland’s Charlotte Smith, Kira Palmer, and Clare Keller help anchor GW’s Varsity 8. Their time on Lake Cochituate was just the beginning. For Wayland’s Charlotte Smith, Kira Palmer, and Clare Keller, theirs became a companionship relocated. They just happened to reconnect as teammates some 400-plus miles to the south of their hometown.

Wayland’s Morgan Fletcher receives her just reward

Wayland Town Crier 5/21/17: Wayland’s Morgan Fletcher receives her just reward. Morgan Fletcher received her diploma from Hamilton College on Sunday, and it was but the latest instance of hearing her name called. For the 2013 Wayland High grad, that ever-important piece of paper was the capper to a four-year stay at the Clinton, N.Y., school that would be tough to match. On Thursday, Fletcher received the 2017 Jack B. Riffle Award at Hamilton College’s senior varsity athlete awards dinner, given to the top senior female athlete.

13th Annual Steve Henley Memorial Golf Outing

In honor of Steve Henley, we’re having a memorial golf outing to raise money for Wayland Athletics, Friday, June 2. 1:30pm, check-in at 12:30pm at Sandy Burr Country Club, 103 Cochituate Rd, Wayland.

100% of proceeds to benefit the Wayland Youth. $145 per person includes: 18 holes on a scenic 6412 yard course, hot dogs after check-in, dinner, prizes, raffle.

Deadline: May 30. Please send list of names with check. Sponsor hole/tee signage: $250 (deadline: May 30). In lieu of attending, we are accepting donations of any amount!  Please make checks payable to: Steve Henley Memorial Golf Tournament, c/o Michele Henley, 197 Stonebridge Rd, Wayland MA 01778

Questions? Please call Michele Henley (508-922-9697) or Mike Henley (508-92209699). Email kiely2@comcast.net.

 

Gilmore honored at TD Garden

Wayland Town Crier 4/21/17: Gilmore honored at TD Garden. Exactly a month after her high school career ended in heartbreaking fashion, Rebecca Gilmore got to go back rinkside and have one final rewarding moment under the lights. But instead of being at Flood Rink in Dedham on her campus at the Noble & Greenough School, the Wayland resident was on Causeway Street on the Garden ice, accepting the John Carlton Memorial Trophy from Bruins general manager Don Sweeney.