An unfortunate defeat by Wayland does not hold back the celebratory spirit of the girls’ tennis team’s Senior Night.
WA Boys’ Tennis team faced off against Concord-Carlisle this afternoon in a close match. Read about it here.
By Andrew Friel Staff Writer The Westford Academy softball team lost to Lincoln-Sudbury in extra innings by a score of 14-11 on Monday May 4th at 4:00 pm. The game was a mixture of good offense, errors, and brief spurts of dominant pitching by both sides, and WA ultimately fell in three hour long ball game. The LS Warriors began the game off quickly with a double and followed that up with an RBI single to put them ahead one nothing early. After getting a man on first and third, WA starter Emma Paulauskas was accused by the umpire of not showing the…
On Monday, May 5th, WA Baseball was defeated by Weston.
Boys’ Volleyball defeated Lowell in three sets, continuing their home-game success for the season.
Boys’ Volleyball crushed Wayland in their first home game of the season.
WA Boys’ Lacrosse lost a nail biter against Billerica High School on Friday, March 27 at 5:00pm by a scoreline of 8-7. See photos of the game.
On Wednesday, February 4, sophomore Haley Cogliano committed to Boston College to play on their division one lacrosse team. Their program ranks in the top 10 in the nation.
by Kathleen McAleese Managing Editor Three of the returning Boys’ Varsity Volleyball players wait in anticipation for the opposition’s serve. They support each other on the court; they stand in different positions, yet they communicate and perform with precision as they call out each others names. These three members of the team have been named captains for the upcoming 2015 spring season. Conor Hanly, Dustin Torgerson, and Peter Hurley were named captains by Coach Russell Coward earlier this year. The three hold, what they would conceive, as reasonable expectations for the coming season. “We’d like to make the tournament,” said…
Throwing oneself up in the air and over a pole may seem impossible and strange to most people, but for junior Qadir Barnard-Pratt, this is completely normal and an event in which he excels.
by Tim Delouchrey Sports Liaison “I love softball!” The speaker of those words, two year varsity softball player Morgan Ross, has become a rising star after an exceptional season as a junior. It was her second year playing at the varsity level and she has solidified herself amongst the few non-seniors with consistent playing time. Ross has a passion for softball, which she says is “one of [her] favorite sports.” She enjoys every aspect of the game, both on and off the field. “Some people think softball is a slow sport, but in my opinion there’s just so much anticipation…
WA Girls’ Tennis became DCL champions, but unfortunately lost in the final match of the post-season.