Students recognize teachers -

Friday, April 11, 2014

Cote crafts Gold Key winner -

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Robotics programs success -

Thursday, April 3, 2014

A broken system -

Thursday, April 3, 2014

Boucher blends in at WA -

Thursday, April 3, 2014

The PARCCing Jam -

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

PARCC Soundbytes -

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Stop with the elaborate “promposals” -

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Is opting out of PARCC an option? -

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Opinion: Opting in for the future -

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Opinion: No PARCCing zone -

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Asher Lev wins finals -

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Brown heads new PE program -

Monday, March 31, 2014

Dances: A thing of the past? Teachers react -

Monday, March 31, 2014

Participation in internships grows -

Friday, March 28, 2014

Craig makes it to Nationals -

Friday, March 28, 2014

Previewing Spring Rec Ball -

Monday, March 24, 2014

Students amaze at WA’s Got Talent -

Monday, March 24, 2014

Video: An exotic internship -

Thursday, March 20, 2014

The state of NHS in Westford -

Thursday, March 20, 2014

Video: Drapeau Commits to Loyola

By Kyle Auger Sports Editor Westford Academy junior Jay Drapeau recently committed to play lacrosse for Loyola University. This Division 1 school offers up great opportunity for Drapeau, who has been dedicated to the sport of lacrosse for many years.

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Video: Lacrosse season in review

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By Doug Boyle Staff Writer The Westford Academy varisty girls’ lacrosse team finished off a fantastic season on Wednesday with a tough loss to Notre Dame Hingham. The Ghosts were 19-1 in the regluar season, and played fanastsically in the playoffs beating their first four openents. This included Lowell, Andover, North Andover, and Mascon0met. The girls were Division 1 North regional champions.

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Doubles lead boys’ tennis

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By Kyle Auger Sports Editor Often when a sports fan thinks abut Westford Academy, they think about hockey, lacrosse, football and a dominant girls’ tennis team. Boys’ tennis is not on that list. However, this year the team was a force to be reckoned with, finishing the regular season 13-3. The team will move into the postseason with a talented upperclassmen-filled roster, which makes them confident heading into the highly competitive playoffs. “I am more confident going into the tournament this year than any other year. We have some big competitors such as St. John’s prep and BC High School….

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Drapeau commits to Division I power

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By Kyle Auger Sports Editor According to ESPN, Loyola University’s mens’ lacrosse team is the ninth best team in the nation, and after he graduates, the team will add Westford Academy junior Jay Drapeau to their already stellar roster. He has verbally committed to playing for the Greyhounds. “I was very excited, they were my first choice for schools, so when I heard that they wanted me to play there I was very excited,” said Drapeau. He is heading towards the culmination of a decade long journey of hard work and gathering experience, and it is clear that the work…

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TeamWalk steps up against cancer

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By Victoria Walker Staff Writer At 9:15 on Sunday, May 19, while many WA students were sleeping off prom, the annual carnival, and the Apple Blossom Parade, a group of around thirty met on the front steps of the Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell, set on a goal of curing cancer one step at a time. Composed of members of the WA Girls’ Tennis Team and WA Girls’ Soccer Team, the group walked the three mile route of the Lowell General Hospital TeamWalk for CancerCare in support of Jeff Haight, a WA teacher and coach who is currently on leave receiving…

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Girls’ Lacrosse nets winning year

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By Doug Boyle Staff Writer The Westford Academy girls’ lacrosse team is headed to the state tournament, finishing a fantastic regular season with a record of 19-1. The team had high expectations for the year, but nobody could have predicted the extremities to how successful this year has been. They qualified for the state tournament only ten games into the season and won the Dual County League Large title only sixteen games into the year. The clinching of this title, came with one of their most prominent wins of the season, as the Lady Ghosts beat Lincoln Sudbury in a…

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Photos: Boys’ Tennis dominates AB

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by Alok Ganguly Staff Writer On Monday May 13th, the WA boys tennis team played a long match against the Acton Boxboro team. WA finished off the day with 4 wins and only one loss, crushing their rivals. The Ghostwriter was there to chronicle the event.

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Boys’ Tennis Swinging Their Way To Success

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By Amy Kuem & Doug Boyle Staff Writers The boys’ tennis team is starting to gain recognition as a prominent sport at Westford Academy. The boys’ team may not have the best record, but it is clear that some of the athletes are on their way to becoming some of the greatest players in Westford history. Last season, for team play, they made it to the semifinals of the North Division in the state tournament, but unfortunately were knocked out by Lexington High School. This year the Ghosts hope they can match their efforts and maybe even surpass them. Their…

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Photos: Varsity Baseball suffers another loss

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By Jocelyn Cote Reviews Editor The Westford Academy Grey Ghosts varsity baseball team faced off against Lawrence Academy on Monday night. Unfortunately, the Ghosts lost 10-2 against the Spartans. The Ghosts are currently 3-6-0 this season, and their next game is away versus Newton South on Wednesday.

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WA track runs past Waltham

Runners at the meet

Kai-Lou Yue Staff Writer The WA track team won in a home meet for both girls’ and boys’ against Waltham on Wednesday, April 24th. The boys dominated with a total score of 83 that more than doubled Waltham’s score of 41, and girls’ track won with a score of 54 to 32. This meet, about halfway through the spring track season, was unlike many of the other meets, with only two schools running. WA, in many of the events, crushed Waltham, with many scores of 9-0. In track, first place is 5 points, second place is 3 points, and third…

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Photos: WA Girls’ tennis crushes LS

The team gears up for the match

By Alok Ganguly Staff Writer On Friday, April 26th, Westford Academy’s girls’ tennis team won a match against the Lincoln Sudbury team, and the Ghostwriter was there to take pictures of our team in action.

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Photos: Girls’ Lacrosse Continues Winning Streak

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By Amy Keum Staff Writer On April 20th, the Westford Academy Girls’ Lacrosse team went up against lacrosse powerhouse North Andover. It was a close game between the two strong forces but WA won 9-8, continuing their winning streak. They are 9-0 in total this season.

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