Wildcat Tracks

Boys basketball is ready to take on Saugus in their first tournament game tonight

Boys basketball is ready to take on Saugus in their first tournament game tonight

December 19, 2016


Filed under News, Sports

By Matthew Garfinkel    Fans are ready to liven up the cats' den tonight for the first boys' basketball tournament game against Saugus. The bleachers should be packed for tip-off at 7.    The Wildcats trounced Martha's Vineyard 77-68 February 20 in their final regular season game, finishi...

Weston vs Wayland Thanksgiving clash

Weston vs Wayland Thanksgiving clash

December 14, 2016


Filed under Sports

By Alex Chaoul The annual Thanksgiving clash between Weston and Wayland left the Wildcats in the Warriors’ dust as Wayland took the 49-14 victory on their home field. Tremendous enthusiasm was palpable on the field and in the stands on the 150th meeting of the rivals. But the Warriors c...

Weston Powderpuff breaks three year losing streak

Weston Powderpuff breaks three year losing streak

December 14, 2016


Filed under Features, Sports

By Ellie Rosenfeld Weston triumphed over Wayland in the the annual Powderpuff game on November 23 at Wayland High School. The 20-13 win ended a three year losing streak. Of course, the girls wanted to win, but some of the seniors thought just playing together was the highlight of the day. ...

Golf takes the MIAA D3 State Championship for fourth consecutive year

Golf takes the MIAA D3 State Championship for fourth consecutive year

November 27, 2016


Filed under Sports

By Heather Lee  For high school sport teams, winning a championship is a commendable feat. Winning the division state championships is another matter altogether. And winning for four years in a row is something almost unheard of.   Despite the difficulty in achieving a state title, the WHS...

Athletes participate in multiple fundraisers

Athletes participate in multiple fundraisers

November 8, 2016


Filed under Sports

By Holly Hardiman ...

Fall sports in brief

November 8, 2016


Filed under Sports

By Grace Wang Girls Soccer - DCL Small Champs Field Hockey - DCL Small Champs Volleyball DCL Small co-champs with Bedford Golf - D3 State Champs Special shoutout to Nick Cummings for receiving the individual state runner up award at the individual golf tournament. Cooper Griffin and Noah Cate also qualified for the individu...

WGVS has high hopes for tournament

WGVS has high hopes for tournament

November 5, 2016


Filed under Sports

By Grace Wang   A good team beats with one heart. A good team instills confidence and strength into each player. A good team has talent. A good team fights on.  When a good team faces adversity, it gets back up on its feet.   The 2016 WGVS team has incorporated all of these qualities ...

Seniors committed to college teams

Seniors committed to college teams

June 1, 2016


Filed under Sports

By Holly Hardiman Clara Babbott-Ward - Crew Alexandra Barry - Crew Rachael Crunkleton - Crew Drew Goulart - Soccer Emma Marlow-Benedick - Soccer, Track & Field Katherine Marlow-Benedick - Soccer, Track & field Caroline McNamara - Crew Rachel Mordecai - Soccer Tyler Poritzky - Soccer ...

Like father, like daughter

Like father, like daughter

May 18, 2016


Filed under Sports

By Grace Wang Running 26.2 miles is no small accomplishment, and Clara Babbott-Ward managed to do just that alongside her dad Tom Ward with a grin on her face at the 2016 Boston Marathon on April 18. Already an accomplished varsity athlete with the Wayland-Weston crew team, Babbott-Ward decided to...

Madness begins

Madness begins

March 16, 2016


Filed under Sports

By Holly Hardiman    With Selection Sunday this past Sunday, people are starting to get excited about filling in brackets and gearing up to root for their favorite team. Sunday was not a good day for Kentucky and Monmouth. Kentucky earned a lower seed than expected (4) and Monmouth will have to play in the NIT Tournament. Syracuse got lucky and got a tenth seed, when man...

How injuries affect athletes physically and mentally

January 29, 2016


Filed under Sports

  By Bradford Peters    Athletic experiences give people some of their best memories. The same experiences can bring people to dark places as well. Long-term injuries are examples of those dark times, often affecting an athlete more mentally than physically.   The yearning to get onto t...

Sharpened Skates Signal Hockey Season’s Start

January 29, 2016


Filed under Sports

                  By Miller Ward Freshly sharpened skates and taped sticks signal the beginning of another hockey season. For many, hitting the ice is what they have been waiting for since the last season ended. For co-capt...

The Student News Site of Weston High School
Sports