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Indoor track coach John Monz reflects on career

Indoor track coach John Monz reflects on career

Sanghoo Lee, Staff Writer

January 2, 2019

It’s been nearly 21 years since math teacher and assistant winter track coach John Monz first stepped foot into WHS, but his routine has remained as busy as ever. After a day of teaching rigorous classes such as Honors Precalculus and AP Statistics, he spends at least two hours running the cross cou...

Seniors reflect on teamwork in varsity soccer

Seniors reflect on teamwork in varsity soccer

Heather Lee, Co-Editor-In-Chief

November 28, 2018

Following a strong season that landed them in the state tournament last year, the Weston Boys Varsity Soccer team has wrapped up another season that ended with their defeat to Newburyport in the playoffs. However, this year, a particularly large number of strong senior players in the starting line ha...

Annual Powderpuff game to provide valuable experiences for seniors

Alexandra Liang, Staff Writer

November 21, 2018

In anticipation for the Thanksgiving holiday, the WHS senior girls are energized to play in the annual Powderpuff game against the Wayland High School senior girls. With many of the senior girls on the team having grown up together throughout the years, fostering bonding between the girls is a major t...

Girls Varsity Volleyball Team looks back on season

Girls Varsity Volleyball Team looks back on season

Eunho Lee, Staff Writer

November 21, 2018

Bouncing back from a regular season record of 6-14, the Girls Varsity Volleyball team qualified for the Division Two North tournament and exceeded expectations with a record of 2-1. Although their loss to Burlington brought their post-season play to an end, the team made it to the quarter finals, a feat...

Varsity football heading to Wayland for Thanksgiving game

Varsity football heading to Wayland for Thanksgiving game

Nate Hohenberg, Staff Writer

November 21, 2018

In a much anticipated Thanksgiving matchup, the Wildcats will head to their archrival Wayland for the annual Wayland-Weston Turkey Day Football Game. In response to the inclement weather on Thanksgiving Day, the game will be played at 6 pm on Wednesday, November 21. In addition to the game’s tradition and ri...

Junior Christina Costa joins the elite 1000 point basketball club at WHS

Junior Christina Costa joins the elite 1000 point basketball club at WHS

Grace Wang, Editor In Chief

May 4, 2018

Knowing that this could be the day she breaks the record, junior basketball captain Christina Costa had her eyes on the prize. Although Costa was averaging more than 12 points per game this season, she was still nervous to play in this game. Despite these nerves, it was no surprise to Costa when she s...

Outdoor track athletes aim for state championship win

Outdoor track athletes aim for state championship win

April 12, 2018

Many of the talented athletes of the WHS track and field team are ecstatic for the long awaited spring track season to finally begin. The runners on this team have had numerous individual accomplishments, although one common goal unites them all. This year, the team yearns to finally win a state cha...

Boys Varsity Tennis looks to take another state championship

Boys Varsity Tennis looks to take another state championship

Matthew Garfinkel, Sports Editor

April 11, 2018

Flashing back to spring 2017, the Weston Boys Varsity tennis team watched closely as sophomore third singles player Alex Chaoul played the championship clinching match. With Chaoul’s eventual victory, the team took home the division 3 championship trophy. In the shadow of this win, the Weston Boys Va...

Winter Sports Regular Season Results

Matthew Garfinkel, Sports Editor

February 27, 2018

  Boys Indoor Track 5-0 Girls Indoor Track 4-1 Boys Swimming 11-4 Girls Swimming 11-1 Boys Hockey 4-14-2 Girls Hockey 5-12-1 Boys Basketball 6-12 Girls Basketball 6-14   Highlights: Boys Indoor Track DCL Small Champions Boys Basket...

Upcoming winter olympic games inspire WHS athletes

Upcoming winter olympic games inspire WHS athletes

Wildcat Tracks Editorial Staff

February 13, 2018

With the start of the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, excitement and national pride has increased around the world. Spanning 15 sports, the games offer something for everyone. Here at WHS, students have the opportunity to participate in some of the events at the interscholastic...

Outstanding freshman swimmer Jacey Hinton rises to the top

Outstanding freshman swimmer Jacey Hinton rises to the top

Grace Wang, Co-Editor-In-Chief

February 9, 2018

At the beginning of her favorite event, freshman Jacey Hinton can be found stretching and mentally preparing for the start of the fast-paced 50 freestyle. Swiftly diving off the board, Hinton hits the water and shoots forward to sure victory. A household name on the WHS swim team, Red Tide, Hinton's name i...

Weston Boys Basketball looks forward to an electric season

Weston Boys Basketball looks forward to an electric season

Matthew Garfinkel, Sports Editor

December 12, 2017

The Weston High School Varsity Boys Basketball team is looking to have another great season to follow up last year's historic performance. Last year the Wildcats had their best season in almost 20 years and are looking to replicate that success this season. Although the Wildcats graduated a ...

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