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Wayland HS Field Hockey Team Is Coed And Not Everybody’s Cheering

CBS Boston 10/30/19: Wayland HS Field Hockey Team Is Coed And Not Everybody’s Cheering. In the first round of the high school field hockey playoff tournament Thursday afternoon, Wayland beat Wakefield 2-1. And both of Wayland’s goals were scored by boys on the team.

Wayland girls basketball team raises over $4,500

Wayland Town Crier 4/5/19: Wayland girls basketball team raises over $4,500. Wayland High School’s girls basketball team raised $4,587 at a game on Feb. 15 versus rival Weston High School through gate proceeds, online three-point pledges and T-shirt sales. As of this week, this amount was the highest in the state this winter.

Wayland holds off Duxbury to capture Division 2 crown

Boston Globe 2/16/19: Wayland holds off Duxbury to capture Division 2 crown. For the Wayland girls’ swimming team, it was worth the wait. The Warriors captured the Division 2 state title — their first since 2014 — at Boston University on Saturday. In a neck-and-neck race with two-time defending champ Duxbury, the Warriors had to wait nearly 45 minutes after the last swimming event before the final results were announced.

Three From RPI Men’s Lacrosse Named Pre-Season All-Americans

RPI Engineers 1/16/19: Three From Men’s Lacrosse Named Pre-Season All-Americans. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) student-athletes Keaton Ackermann, Lucas Bastarache (WHS ’15) and Quinn Fettig are among those recognized by Inside Lacrosse as Division III Preseason All-Americans, it has been announced. Ackermann was selected to the Third Team, while Bastarache and Fettig garnered Honorable Mention recognition. All three are seniors.

“Concussion protocol’ designed to protect students

Metrowest Daily News 11/17/18: “Concussion protocol’ designed to protect students. Concussions have received widespread attention since some retired National Football League players have said they suffered permanent brain damage. Wayland school officials have been tracking head in injuries, both on and off the playing field, and Superintendent Arthur Unobskey recently told the School Committee that the number of such injuries in the district has remained fairly steady over the past five years.

In shootout, Wayland boys net third D3 title in 5 years

Boston Globe 11/17/18: In shootout, Wayland boys net third D3 title in 5 years. The Division 3 boys’ soccer state championship trophy is headed back to Wayland.

Metrowest Daily News 11/17/18:Wayland goalie Nick Smith makes game-winning save in PKs to secure Division 3 state championship win over Nipmuc. With Wayland leading by one in the penalty-kick session, Nick Smith needed to make one final save. The senior goalie took two steps to his left and blocked the final shot with both hands to secure a 1-0 (3-2 PKs) win over Nipmuc at Connolly Stadium.

Wayland-Weston crew alum rows her way to world’s best

Wayland Town Crier 8/31/18: Wayland-Weston crew alum rows her way to world’s best. Former Wayland-Weston crew member Sarah Maietta was a figure skater for most of her childhood. Now, she can call herself a World Champion rower after taking the top spot along with her partner, Caroline O’Brien, in the lightweight women’s pair at the World Rowing U23 Championships in Poland in July.