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.
Senior Ryan Hesseltine has played varsity lacrosse for the past three years and has committed to Saint Anselm College to play lacrosse next year.
Senior Anna Collins is heading to Northeastern University in the fall to play Field Hockey in their Division I program.
WA boys’ varsity lacrosse faced Lincoln Sudbury in the Division I North Semifinals. After a hard fought game, WA lost to LS with a final score of 18 to 11.
Girls’ Lax suffered their final loss of the season in an 11-9 loss to top seeded Concord-Carlisle in the Division I North Semifinals.
On Monday, June 2nd, WA’s Girls’ Tennis team was able to win their match against Lexington 3-2 and advance to the finals.
Hailey Cogliano is a WA freshman who is a major part in the girls’ varsity lacrosse team’s success so far this season.
Cat Mahanna, Haley Cogliano, Ellie Diamond, and Leah Calitri may be the future of the girls’ LAX team.
WA Girls Lacrosse won 18-3 against Lexington High School in a blowout game Wednesday, May 28