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Megan Pierce (WHS ’13) wins national championships in 400 IM and 200 yd butterfly

DIVISION III WOMEN’S SWIMMING AND DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS.

Congratulations to the Wayland Boys Swim Team, Division II State Champions

Wayland Boys Swimming won the Division II championship on Sunday night at BU’s Agganis Arena.

‪Congrats to the 2017 D2 Boys State Champions, Wayland HS! #gameonmiaa‬

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Coverage online here:
Boston Globe: St. John’s Prep wins second straight Division 1 swimming and diving title
Boston Herald: Wayland uses depth to dominate

WHS ’17 Sarah Tully finishes third in Division 2 Cross-Country championship

MIAA.net 11/21/16: 2016 State Cross Country – Division 2 Results.

Wayland XC Blog 11/20/16: MIAA All-State Championship meet results.

Wayland strikes early to secure another D3 title

Boston Globe 11/20/16: Wayland strikes early to secure another D3 title. The Wayland boys’ soccer team needed just 10 minutes Saturday night to secure the team’s second Division 3 state championship in three years.

Wayland Boys Soccer advances to Division 3 Finals

Wayland defeated Medway 1-0 in an overtime game on Wednesday, while Nipmuc defeated Frontier. The Division 3 Finals v. Nipmuc will be Saturday at 6pm (see finals bracket online here).

Video of the winning goal is online here (posted by Jim Balson on YouTube):

Coverage of their semi-finals win is online here.

Wayland Little League Baseball National Tournament Team Update

As the Little League World Series comes to an end (Endwell, New York, won the recent title game 2-1 over South Korea), we would like to recognize Wayland Little League’s first ever Williamsport Tournament Team that competed this summer in the Mass district regional tournament.  Wayland Little League Baseball and Softball, which affiliated with Little League International (the largest youth sports organization in the world) just this season, selected players from its Majors Division (grades 5 & 6) to represent the league in this year’s district tournament against Lexington, Wakefield, Weston, Acton, and Assabet Valley.

Unfortunately, while you did not see Wayland on ESPN competing for the world championship, we are proud with the way each player represented our league, demonstrated strong character, and improved with each game against some very strong competition.  The very young team, which was made up of largely 5th graders, was also recognized by Massachusetts League Officials and was awarded a trip to a Paw Sox game in August for how well they conducted themselves on the field in its first season in terms of sportsmanship.

Wayland Little League, which enjoyed record numbers of participation in its K-2 program and increasing registrations overall for baseball and softball programs this season, looks forward to building upon this year’s positive experience for many years to come.  Please take a look at our website to learn more about our ongoing baseball and softball options throughout the year (www.waylandlittleleague.org).

2016 Wayland Little League Baseball Williamsport Tournament Team Roster: Luke Caples, Darius Day, Ryan Fennelly, Adam Goodfellow, Sean Goodfellow, Hunter Harris, Eric Hiebert, Andrew Hiebert, Aiden Langsdorf, Finn O’Driscoll, Brendan O’Rourke, Derek Roberts, William Ruland, Ramji Srinivasan, Jake Zocco

Submitted by Steve Curtin

Baseball: Wayland’s Burgess-McNamara founds women’s league

Wayland Town Crier 6/23/16: Baseball: Wayland’s Burgess-McNamara founds women’s league. Let’s start with a little word association. When you think about women’s baseball, what first comes to mind?