With the first week of games behind them, the Warriors look to gauge themselves against DCL Small opponents Bedford and Waltham. Bedford travels to Wayland for a 4:00pm kickoff on Wednesday. Wayland will have to figure out ways to get by the Bucs’ tough defense, On Friday afternoon, the Warriors host the Hawks of Waltham, kicking off at 4:00pm. Home games are played on the turf.
Please note the time change to the Oliver Ames scrimmage on August 31st ~ New time is 4:00pm
The Warriors open up the 2018 season with scrimmages against Eastern Mass. powers including Natick at home on Saturday, August 25th at 10:00am. All three levels will play. On Tuesday, August 28th, all three levels will travel to Belmont for a 10:00am kickoff. The final scrimmage will bring Oliver Ames to Wayland on Friday, August 31st for 4:00pm varsity and JV scrimmages.
Wayland will face Medway on Tuesday night at 5:00pm in Westwood. The Warriors earned a trip to Westwood with a win over Marblehead yesterday in the Division 3 North Championship at Manning Field. Charlie Halliwell scored the game winner early in the first half. Goals were also scored by Michael Jones and Marco Melero. Keeper Curran Murphy had his second shutout in as many games.
The Warriors will be hosting Westford Academy today at 4:00. Wayland is coming off a 4-0 win at Newton South on Tuesday. Michael Jones ’18, led all scorers with 2 goals and the game winning assist on Marco Melero’s ’18 first tally of the season. Joe Lyons ’18 scored his first varsity goal while making his first start at striker. Curran Murphy ’17 claimed the clean sheet with 10 saves.
2012 Comedy Night
Saturday September 8th, WHS Main Stage, 7-9pm
Featuring Wayland’s own Brad Mastrangelo, and Tony V
- Tickets are on sale in the Wayland High School Main Office or from any WHS soccer player.
- Tickets: $20 for adults, $10 for students/Senior Citizens
- Concessions and Wayland gear will be available.
- Don’t miss the live auction to follow comedy show.
2008 WHS graduate, Connor Meiselman, has accepted the Freshmen Boys Soccer Coach position for the 2012 season. Meiselman, a 2012 graduate of the University of New Hampshire, returns to his alma mater where he played goalie for and coached with Coach Gavron. “Connor has a wonderful demeanor. He has proven himself as a motivator of young men. I look forward to working closely with him this season,” said Coach Gavron.
Wayland won twice on Saturday night. On the field, the Warriors scored a 3-0 victory of Boston Latin. Off the field, the Wayland Athletic Department split the gate revenues which provides the boys with $470 to donate to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
Donations can still be made at: http://afsp.donordrive.com/participant/charles.
Thank you for making the night a great success.