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WHS students watching the World Cup.

WHS students and teachers enjoyed watching the thrilling 2022 World Cup hosted by Qatar

Josh Hanson, Staff Writer January 6, 2023

 The World Cup final win of Argentina over France was a must-see event for soccer fans at Weston High School and around the world.     Argentina's star player, Lionel Messi, cemented his legacy...

WHS golf team

Fall teams succeed with limited fan support

Jeffrey Asaredanquah, Social Media Manager/Photo Editor October 12, 2022

 Fall sports that receive a lot of attention, such as football and soccer, have started their seasons with big games and big crowds.  Other sports with less student recognition are also hoping to have...

Freshman Sophia Tian, number sixty-two, sets up on the defensive line during a game.

Freshman girl joins WHS football team

Molly Ross, Sports Editor October 11, 2022

   As the football season gets underway, many observe the changes that have been made to the team. Although football is predominantly played by men, freshman Sophia Tian defies any stereotypes surrounding...

WHS student refs youth soccer game.

Student referee numbers dwindle

Nico Barbieri , Staff Writer June 3, 2022

Referee shortages for high school sports in Massachusetts are causing issues for many sports games including those played by youth in Weston.  This has led to referee coordinators attempting to make refereeing...

Players huddle with their coach during a practice.

Weston Little League hosts Challenger Baseball

Natalie Rassinger , Staff Writer June 3, 2022

In May and the beginning of June, Ann McAvinn, the league director, hosted the annual Weston Little League Challenger Baseball Division, a program that encourages students with intellectual disabilities...

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