Saturday, October 13, 2012
Get in the “Beat Wayland!” spirit by helping Weston Patch beat Wayland Patch in the Facebook friends contest.
Fall is here, and the annual Thanksgiving Day football clash between Weston and Wayland is just around the corner. Weston is off to a 3-2 record so far this season, as the Wildcats square off against Newton South today. But you can start getting in the “Beat Wayland!” spirit now by helping Weston Patch beat Wayland Patch in the Facebook friends contest! The contest starts today, and whichever Patch site gets the most new “Likes” by midnight on Nov. 21, Thanksgiving Eve, wins. Visit Weston Patch’s Facebook page to “Like” us, and let’s beat Wayland (Patch)!
Saturday, December 3, 2011
Senior called "strong, fast and physical" by coach.
Weston linebacker Igwe Igwe-Kalu has been featured in a MetroWest Subaru High School Sports weekly profile. Despite a “tough” season that ended with an overall record of 1-10 and a Thanksgiving Day loss to Wayland, the Weston football team had a strong leader in Igwe-Kalu, according to head coach Sean McHugh. “As a leader, Igwe has been great … he’s probably our best leader,” said McHugh in the MetroWest Subaru clip. “It’s been a hard season and we’ve lost a lot of football games. I think the kids look to him when times are tough.” In the clip, Igwe-Kalu credits his success to his Nigerian parents, whom he said “tried their hardest to succeed. I thought to myself, ‘I could follow in their footsteps.’” A football player since he was in …
Thursday, November 24, 2011
Parachuters landed on the field before the game with the game ball.
The Wayland and Weston football teams squared off Thursday morning for their annual Thanksgiving day game. Before the game began, parachuters landed on the field, carrying the game ball plus Wayland and American flags. The final score was 22-20, with Wayland declared the victor.
Sunday, November 20, 2011
Family and friends were honored at a recent Weston High School football game.
Family and friends of Weston High School seniors gathered at the Nov. 4 football game to give recognition to the seniors and their families.
Monday, October 17, 2011
Patch sat down with Rowe for 5 questions on Friday night.
Patch: How has the season been going? Jarett Rowe, Wildcats football quarterback: We started out not how we wanted with a loss, but then we came back with a good victory against Bishop Fenwick. We kind of went in a slump again. But, I mean, I think we are still trying to find ourselves as a team because we lost a lot of guys from last year. So we’re still trying to get comfortable with each other. I think that this might be a good kicking off point for us. Patch: Personally, how has your season been going? Rowe: I think it has been going all right. It can be better. I think they’re are a lot of little things I need to be working on, making sure I keep control of the ball, not turning it over as much. Patch: Being a senior, what has been …