Wednesday, February 6, 2013
The Wayland/Weston crew team is selling Krispy Kreme doughnuts.
The Wayland/Weston crew team is offering a sweet option for your Saturday morning breakfast ... and your sweet tooth sacrifice will go toward a good cause. The team will be selling Krispy Kreme doughnuts in the Omni Food center and at the Weston Transfer Station on Saturday, Feb. 9. According to an announcement on the Weston High School bulletin board, the doughnut sale is to raise funds to cover the girls' team traveling to California where it has been invited to participate in the PAC-12 Regatta. The team will be selling 12 doughnuts for $8; 24 doughnuts for $15; or 36 doughnuts for $20. Customers can pre-order their doughnuts by Thursday using the attached PDF for delivery on Friday evening, Feb. 8. Or simply pick up a dozen or so …
Tuesday, May 15, 2012
The Wayland-Weston girls' crew hosted a regatta on Lake Cochituate on Sunday.
Tuesday, May 15, 2012
This article was written by Hannah Brigham. The Wayland-Weston Rowing Association hosted the annual Wayland-Weston Invitational Regatta at Lake Cochituate Sunday, May 6. The event provided both a fun and competitive experience for the Wayland-Weston athletes, their competitors, families, and friends. Wayland-Weston invited eight other competitive crews to the regatta. All other crews at the regatta were either private school teams or club teams, including Belmont Hill School, Brooks School, Cambridge Rindge & Latin, Community Rowing, Inc., Deerfield Academy, Groton, Noble & Greenough and Winsor. Each squad brought their five best fours (boats of four rowers and a coxswain) to fight for the gold on the 1,500-meter course. On the crisp …
Sunday, April 22, 2012
The Wayland-Weston girls' crew team performed well in its first race of the season, a scrimmage at Lake Cochituate.
Lake Cochituate was the site of a pre-season scrimmage between host Wayland-Weston and crews from Essex and Brookline Sunday, April 15. The warm temperatures and clear skies made for excellent racing and spectating. In their first races of the season, the Wayland-Weston girls displayed their strength and conditioning. Even though they started training just three weeks ago, the WW rowers worked well together, looking smooth and fast. This was the first race under the direction of the new girls’ head coach, Borislav Kusturic. The Wayland-Weston girls’ team swept the competition, with no visiting boat finishing closer than three seconds behind the host team. The girls had four races, starting off with two races of fours (four rowers and a…