L to R: Coach Murray, Will Curry, Colman Lydon, Matt Edwards, Pat Gerjarusak, and Coach Roselando. The 2012 class was extremely successful during their time and made the playoffs 3 of 4 years, including last year’s D3 North Championship.
Seniors (l to r) Clara Kim, assistant captain Sara Coburn, assistant captain Cara Lembo and captain Jane Haffey. The 2012 class made the playoffs in consecutive years, which was a first for the Wayland/Weston program.
STONEHAM – The Wayland boys’ hockey team fell to Rockport/Manchester Essex 4-1 to end their season. The game was closer than the score would indicate as the Vikings scored 2 empty net goals after the goaltender was pulled with 1:33 remaining in the game. The game was 1-1 through most of the game when Rockport scored with 9 minutes remaining in the third.
The Wayland/Weston Warcats lost a heart-breaker 2-1 to Lincoln-Sudbury on Tuesday night in Watertown. The loss ends the Warcats season. On the brightside, the team showed its character by making an improbable late season push that landed them in the postseason for the second consecutive year – a first for the program. They also had 7 All-Stars and 3 players named to the All-Conference team.
The WHA would like to congratulate the ladies on a great season.
Congratulations to the Wayland/Weston Warcats who won a share of the Dual County League Small Division title for the first time ever! The Warcats also clinched a postseason berth with a 2-0 win over Newton South.
W/W had seven players selected as DCL All-Stars: Jane Haffey, Cara Lembo, Katherine Goguen, Elizabeth Dennehy, Gianna Fargnoli, Caroline Goguen and Morgan Griffin.
Wayland All-Stars from Left to Right: So. Peter Orlandella, So. Lucas Bastarache, Jr. Marcus Daisy, So. Nick Morgan, Head Coach Rian Murray, So. Scott Carvalho, Jr. Ben Boschetto, Sr. Colman Lydon.
Nick Morgan and Peter Orlandella were also named to the All-Conference team, which was comprised of the 9 best players in the league as voted by the coaches.
Coach Murray was voted runner-up for Coach of the Year to Lowell’s Bill Donahue. As a result, he was named Head Coach of the MV/DCL South All-Star team. Donahue coached the MV/DCL North All-Stars team.
In addition, the Wayland team won the team Sportsmanship Award.
The Warcats got a big game from freshman goalie, Kylie Ham, who turned away 20 shots to shut out the Hawks of Waltham and keep the season going. The Warcats won the game 2-0 and have two games remaining on the schedule.
Due to the snow, the Wayland-Bedford that was supposed to take place this past Saturday was postponed. The big MVL/DCIII matchup has been rescheduled for Wednesday February 20th at 3pm in Bedford at The Edge. Bus pickup will be at 1pm.
Since the previous game was scheduled to be played at the NESC in Marlboro, Wayland will be considered the “Home Team” in the eyes of the referees – meaning they will get last-change – even though it is taking place in Bedford.
Forward Cara Lembo scored two goals in leading the Warcats to a 3-2 victory over Lincoln-Sudbury. The win keeps the teams postseason hopes alive.