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Wayland-Weston crew athletes qualify for Youth Nationals – June
Wayland-Weston Crew athletes have once again earned their way to the USRowing Youth National Championships, to be contested June 6 to 9 at Nathan Benderson Park in Sarasota, Florida, site of the 2017 World Rowing Championships.
At the USRowing Northeast Youth Championships on the Merrimack River in Lowell on May 18 and19, crews from across the region arrived to contest the 2,000-meter course. Crews came from every type of organization – the large feeder clubs from the suburbs of New York City and Boston, public high schools, small private clubs – anyone with the confidence to compete with the best.
Wayland-Weston Crew sophomores Darcy Foreman and Caroline Schuckel won the USRowing U17 National Championship in the pair, arguably the most difficult boat to row. Each athlete masterfully controlled the single oar to power their Filippi shell named “Zoolander” to a 3-second win over NorCal (California), Sarasota (Florida), Los Gatos (California), and Greenwich (Connecticut), in the first-ever U17 National Championship.
They competed in time trials and the Grand Final on Cooper River Lake in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, on June 1 and 2.
“Going into the race,” said Foreman, “Caroline and I didn’t know what to expect from ourselves or our competitors, but after a successful time trial, we really wanted to win the final. Our goal was to start fast and stay ahead, and I think we executed that really well. Rowing neck and neck with NorCal the whole race was unnerving, but when we pulled away from them in the sprint, it became very surreal that we were going to cross the line first.”
“I am so grateful for this experience,” said Schuckel. “It’s really cool to compete against crews from all over the country at age 16. Darcy and I work really well together and I think that my trust in her helped us to win the race. It was also super fun to experience this with Charlie and Lucian. It was a great team dynamic.”
November 8, 2018. Two boats from Wayland-Weston crew rowed at the 54th Head of the Charles Regatta in Cambridge on Oct. 21. The regatta is a 3-mile head-of-the-river race that attracts over 11,000 athletes and tens of thousands of fans who cheer from the riverside parks and overhead from the scenic bridges.
Wayland-Weston crew raced one Men’s Youth and one Women’s Youth boat. The Men raced a 4+ (four rowers plus the coxswain who steers the boat) and the Women entered an 8+, which means eight rowers plux coxswain. It was a challenging weather day with extremely windy conditions kicking up the waves on the Charles River.
The women’s boat was first off the docks for Wayland-Weston crew, and finished up the 3-mile race in 21st place of 85 boats, four places better than last year and giving the women’s boat a guaranteed entry spot for next year.
October 26, 2018. Wayland-Weston crew powered through the New Hampshire Championships George Dirth Memorial Regatta in Pembroke, New Hampshire, on Oct. 14. The regatta is a 3-mile head race that attracts over 2,000 athletes rowing nearly 400 sculling and sweep boats. For the third straight year, Wayland-Weston came away with the overall Cup prize, having also won in 2016 and 2017.
Wayland-Weston Rowing brought a trailer full of crew shells and a bus filled with eager athletes to compete in 21 men’s and women’s races. A foggy morning gave way to a beautiful fall day and an excellent showing by Wayland-Weston athletes. Eleven of 21 entries earned medals, and 17 out of the 21 finished in the top 10.
“Things were just perfect for the team today,” said Kate Maietta, Wayland senior and captain, who won the Women’s Junior 1X race and with it the Ernestine Bayer Cup awarded to the fastest Women’s 1X sculler. “I am happy with my finish, and that of Jenna (Cook) and Sophie (DiPietro) who took silver and bronze. While we are in separate boats, we make such a great team.”
Medal winners and top finishers for the team included the following: (Read the whole article on WickedLocal.com.)
October 11, 2018. Athletes from Wayland-Weston crew competed Sept. 30 at the daylong Textile Regatta in Lowell. Wayland-Weston athletes made waves in singles (1x) to eights (8+), rowing in a total of 17 races, some of which had multiple Wayland-Weston Rowing Association shells.
The 39th Annual Textile Regatta course runs 2.8 miles down the Merrimack River, and athletes had the benefit of perfect fall weather and flat water. It is the first race of the Wayland-Weston crew season and the coaches and athletes were proud to come home with 12 medals, and eight more top 10 finishes. (Read the whole article on WickedLocal.com.)
Former Wayland-Weston crew member Sarah Maietta was a figure skater for most of her childhood.
Now, she can call herself a World Champion rower after taking the top spot along with her partner, Caroline O’Brien, in the lightweight women’s pair at the World Rowing U23 Championships in Poland in July.
The sport is in her blood, as her father Chris rowed in high school at Phillips Academy in Andover as well as for a year at Boston University, where Sarah currently rows for the lightweight crew team.
Chris also helped found the Wayland-Weston Rowing Association in 2000 when Sarah was just a couple of years old, and he has been invested in the organization in one capacity or another ever since.
Growing up, Sarah and her sister, Kate were figure skaters, but once Sarah grew too tall, she figured that somebody in the family should try rowing since their father was so involved.
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Wayland-Weston Crew building on success
Wayland-Weston Crew had a historic spring and summer of 2018 filled with successes at every regatta, culminating with gold medals at the Youth Nationals in California (a first-ever for Wayland Weston Crew), at Canadian Henley in Ontario, and at Club Nationals in New Jersey.
With summer comes a moving-on of the graduated seniors and a new crop of high school and middle school athletes. The varsity teams are now led by new senior captains from Wayland and Weston. The girls will count on the leadership of Alexandra Laufer of Weston, and Kate Maietta, Clara Hurney and Rohini Rameshi, all of Wayland. On the boys side, the team is led by Ben Goldstone and Jackson Rogers of Weston, and Drew Macklin of Wayland.
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Thirteen Wayland-Weston Crew athletes travelled to the USRowing Club National Championships on the Cooper River in Camden, New Jersey, on July 10 to 15, and came home with three medals.
Max Marchiony won gold in the Men’s U19 single (1x) and stroked the Men’s Intermediate Lightweight Quad (4x) to a bronze medal finish with Drew Aggouras in three seat, Drew Macklin in two seat, and Michael Dremov in bow.
Zoe Koechling stroked the Women’s U19 quad (4x) to bronze with Clara Hurney in three seat, Kyra Patterson in two seat and Kate Maietta in bow.
While three boats won medals, 12 boats qualified to the semifinals, including three in the Men’s Intermediate Lightweight single and two in the Men’s U19 single.
The 13 athletes competed in singles, doubles, and quads, in which athletes each have a pair of sculls, and also raced a pair, two rowers each with one sweep oar.
The girls squad featured Jamie Cook, Gabby Fargnoli, Makayla George, Clara Hurney, Zoe Koechling, Kate Maietta, Jaya Mills and Kyra Patterson.
Athletes in the boys’ boats included Drew Aggouras, Michael Dremov, Drew Macklin, Charlie Marchiony and Max Marchiony.
According to head coach Mike Baker, who has taken W-W Crew athletes to Club Nationals for three years, “The first two years were learning experiences and now our athletes are executing superbly. Kids surprise and impress me every day with their ability to adapt and change to take on every situation.”
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In a historic win for Wayland-Weston crew, the women’s lightweight four (4+) won gold to become the national champions at the 2018 U.S. Rowing Youth National Championships in Rancho Cordova, California.
While the Wayland-Weston team has had athletes qualify for Nationals every year since 2006, this is the first-ever gold medal performance.
Seventeen athletes from Wayland and Weston competed on June 8 to 10 in the women’s lightweight 4+, the lightweight 8+, and the pair (2-). Each boat competed in time trials, semis, and finals.
Conditions on the 2,000-meter race course were varied but generally good, with races over the three days in cross winds, headwinds, modest tailwinds and flat conditions, all of which the crews handled expertly. The entire team was well prepared for the challenge, physically and mentally, two-and-a-half weeks after qualifying at the U.S. Rowing Northeast Youth Championships in May.
“As a rowing coach, you can only physically be there until the boat launches off the dock,” said Mike Baker, program director and women’s head coach. “Then you can only hope that all the work, and all that you’ve said, and all that they’ve done will come together to have a team rowing and competing as one. Five young women rowed as one on [that] Sunday, and I have never been so proud as I am of that boat.”
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Athletes from Wayland-Weston crew competed May 19 and 20 in the 2018 U.S. Rowing Northeast Youth Championships on Lake Quinsigamond in Worcester. The Youth Championships qualifies rowers for the U.S. Rowing Youth National Championships. In addition, novice and junior varsity crews compete in a number of events.
The regional races included almost 2,000 athletes from 35 teams. As typical this spring, race conditions were less than ideal, forcing lane changes and cancellation of the official awards ceremony. Medal winners in each first varsity race category are invited to compete at Nationals on June 8 to 10 in Rancho Cordova, California.
Medals for Wayland-Weston crew included one gold, two silver and one bronze. For the overall points trophy, Wayland-Weston crew ended up in seventh position out of 35 crews. For novice rowers, Wayland-Weston held sixth position out of 17 crews.
“I am really proud of the hard work of all our athletes and it is an honor to work with every single rower on our team,” said Mike Baker, program director and women’s rowing coach. “We have worked hard to build a strong culture and it showed this past weekend.
“I am especially excited and proud of the 17 rowers who will be representing Wayland-Weston in California in June.”
In the women’s open pair, Kate Maietta and Gabby Fargnoli held off Connecticut and Nobles to win gold.
The women’s lightweight coxed four brought home silver in a close race. The four was made up of Logan Sundberg (coxswain), Kyra Patterson, Jaime Cook, Jenna Cook and Sophie DiPietro.
The women’s lightweight eight also brought home silver. Athletes included Logan Sundberg (coxswain), Kyra Patterson, Jaime Cook, Jenna Cook, Makayla George, Zoe Koechling, Sophie DiPietro, Jane Greenaway and Julia Pak.
Wayland & Weston Town Criers, May 17, 2018
Athletes from Wayland-Weston crew competed May 12 and 13 in the Amber Zapatka Memorial Regatta in Lowell. During Saturday’s time trials, Wayland-Weston athletes in boats from singles (1x) to eights (8+) rowed in 22 races, with many qualifying for finals on Saturday and Sunday.
The Amber Zapatka Memorial Regatta was renamed from the Lowell Invitational in memory of a Lowell athlete who loved the sport. Each race covered 2,000 meters and had up to six boats. The format for the race has recently moved to time trials from the past multiple heats format. (Click the headline to read the complete article.)
Wayland & Weston Town Criers, May 10, 2018
One hundred athletes from Wayland-Weston crew travelled to Saratoga Springs, New York, to compete in the Saratoga Invitational on April 28 and 29, rowing in 46 races in boats from singles (1x) to eights (8+).
Sixty crews, traveling from as far away as Cincinnati, put 1,400 boats on the water to battle each other and the weather, which included cold temperatures, wind, heavy rain, thunder and lightning. Several races were canceled due to the bad weather, two W-W crew boats were mistakenly rammed by others, and one boat was even swamped by an official’s wake. (Click the headline to read the complete article.)
Boston Globe, November 10, 2017.
There’s a certain rhythm Wayland’s Kyra Patterson and Jaime Cook possess when they’re rowing.
Both seniors are not only gifted athletes, but also have a good feel for the boat and its movement. Together, the two girls representing the Wayland-Weston co-op rowing program are quite literally the best in their class in the country, and their paths to the sport say a lot about the pool from which it draws.
Wayland and Weston rowers work out to raise money, Town Crier/Wicked Local, September 28, 2017
The Wayland Weston Rowing Association (WWRA) kicked off the beginning of the fall 2017 season with the annual Ergathon, a fundraising and community event held at Wayland Town Beach on Saturday, Sept. 23.
The WWRA supports a highly competitive high school team with 110 students from Wayland High School and Weston High School, and a community-wide middle school program with 40 students in grades 6 to 8 participating this fall, and an adult recreational team.
Rowing: Wayland-Weston celebrates on home water; Novice Challenge article about the Wayland-Weston Invitational Regatta, Town Crier, May 18, 2017
Rowing: Wayland-Weston wins first regatta of spring season Wicked Local Wayland-Apr 29, 2017 The Wayland-Weston rowing team clinched the team points trophy on Saturday at the third annual Harvard Henley Regatta, hosted by Bare Hill …
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Rowing: Wayland-Weston captures New Hampshire Cup – Wicked Local, October 20, 2016. The Wayland-Weston rowing team celebrated winning the New Hampshire Cup at the George Dirth Memorial Championship Regatta, claiming the trophy by recording the most points.
Wayland Weston Crew Team rows way to new equipment. MetroWest Daily News, September 17, 2016. ” Rowing at the high school level isn’t cheap and it isn’t easy. Boats (called shells in the crew world) cost between $8,000 and $45,000 each, and, in order to stay competitive, the Wayland Weston Crew team aims for a fleet of shells no older than five years, at least for the varsity team.
Rowing: Strong finish for Wayland-Weston boys crew Wicked Local, Jun 30, 2016. The Wayland–Weston eight showed tremendous determination in its first race, as it dispatched Pocock Rowing of Seattle, OKC Riversport …
Take a ride with Wayland-Weston crew team Wicked Local, Sep 14, 2016. Athletes on the Wayland-Weston crew row to represent their schools and … The Weston Wayland Rowing Association invites you to start your …
Wayland-Weston crew bound for Nationals. Wayland-Weston Town Crier, May. 31, 2016. “The Wayland-Weston crew team had an exceptionally strong performance at the Northeast Youth Championships on Lake Quinsigamond in Worcester from May 21-22 by qualifying three for Nationals.” Read complete article.
Wayland-Weston crew excels on home turf. Wicked Local–May 17, 2016. On May 8th, the Wayland–Weston Rowing Club held its annual high-school invitational sprint race with some impressive results. The event at …
Crew: Baker takes over as Wayland-Weston coach – Sept. 10, 2015
Michael Baker was appointed to be the Wayland-Weston rowing program’s first full-time head coach and program director
Crew: Wayland-Weston seniors highlight program’s 15th year – July 16, 2015
The 14 seniors on the crew teams marked the 15th year of Wayland-Weston’s very successful co-op rowing program.
Crew: Wayland Weston boats row to state crowns – May.28, 2015
Wayland-Weston’s girls and boys crew teams finished their season in impressive fashion with strong finishes at the state championships.
Crew: Wayland-Weston boys boat finishes 6th at nationals – June 18, 2015
Wayland-Weston’s boys Lightweight Youth 4-plus boat June 18, 2015 Ben Daniel (stroke) Nick Seeber, Tyler Chase, Evan Hughes and Zack Ross (cox) placed sixth at the USRowing Youth National Championships this past weekend in Florida.
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Crew: Wayland-Weston shines in first regatta – October 8, 2014
Wayland-Weston boys crew performs on familiar grounds – June 3, 2014
Wayland-Weston girls crew finds success at Lowell – May 20, 2014
(Alumni News) Terriers Win Gold, Silver and Bronze Medals at Eastern Sprints – May 19, 2014 (Kep Edwards)
(Alumni News) Wayland-Weston alums help UMASS crew – May 13, 2014 (Sam Kolovson and Pippa Edwards)
Wayland-Weston boys crew going up against the best – May 13, 2014
Strong showing at Saratoga for Wayland-Weston girls crew – May 6, 2014
Wayland-Weston Rowers to race Head of Charles Regatta – Oct. 15, 2013
Work IT Out, Boston: Renegade Rowers – October 11, 2013
Great start for Wayland-Weston girls crew – October 8, 2013
Wayland-Weston crew shows well at Nationals Jun 11 2013
Wayland-Weston boats head to Nationals Tue Jun 04 2013
Wayland-Weston boys to send boat to Nationals Tue May 21 2013
Perfect day for Wayland-Weston Regatta May 14 2013
Wayland-Weston boys crew faces novice challenge Tue May 14 2013
Solid weekend in Saratoga for Wayland-Weston girls crew Tue May 07 2013
Wayland-Weston girls crew starts off wellTue Apr 23 2013
Wayland-Weston girls crew team selling Krispy Kremes Wed Feb 06 2013
Sunny weekend for Wayland-Weston girls crewSun Oct 28 2012 17:38:55 GMT-0400
Wayland-Weston boys crew has learning experienceTue Oct 23 2012
Wayland-Weston boys crew has strong weekendTue Oct 16 2012
Wayland-Weston girls crew has medal haulTue Oct 16 2012
Four-medal weekend for Wayland-Weston girls crewTue Oct 09 2012
Wayland-Weston boys crew puts best foot forwardTue Oct 09 2012
Good start for Wayland-Weston girls’ crewTue Oct 02 2012
Wayland-Weston boys crew kicks off in styleTue Oct 02 2012
Wayland-Weston crew raises at ‘Learn-to-Row’ fundraiserFri Sep 28 2012
PHOTOS: See the fun at ‘Learn-to-Row’ fundraiserFri Sep 28 2012
Wayland-Weston athletes take part in Canadian HenleyTue Aug 28 2012
Wayland and Weston crew members head to nationalsFri Jul 27 2012
PHOTOS: Local crew members at nationalsFri Jul 27 2012
Wayland-Weston crew fourth at NationalsTue Jun 12 2012
Wayland-Weston boys crew team has great showingWed May 30 2012
Another state crown for Wayland-Weston crewTue May 29 2012
Things came together for Wayland-Weston girls crewTue May 22 2012
Wayland-Weston boys crew send boat to NationalsTue May 22 2012
Wayland-Weston girls crew ready for postseasonTue May 15 2012
Excellent week for Wayland-Weston boys crewTue May 15 2012
Regular season finally upon Wayland-Weston boys crewTue May 01 2012
Wayland-Weston girls crew starts fastTue May 01 2012
Friendly, but competitive day for Wayland-Weston boys crewTue Apr 24 2012
Wayland-Weston girls crew shines in final warm-upTue Apr 24 2012
Great start for Wayland-Weston girls crewTue Apr 17 2012[
Wayland-Weston boys crew looks to improveTue Apr 17 2012
Good day for W-W girls crew Wed Oct 26 2011
W-W boys varsity crew’s four takes ninth place Tue Oct 25 2011 Time)
Strong showing up north for W-W girls crew Wed Oct 19 2011
Strong day on the water for W-W boys crew Tue Oct 18 2011
Wayland/Weston girls crew shows improvement Wed Oct 12 2011
Weston’s Wagner fell in love with her sport Wed Aug 17 2011
Wayland rowers help Boston Rowing Club Thu Aug 04 2011
W-W crew has strong national showing Thu Jun 23 2011
The magic continues for W-W crews in states Thu Jun 09 2011 Time)
W-W girls crew earns trip to nationals Wed May 25 2011
W-W boys crew qualifies boat for nationalsTue May 24 2011
W-W boys crew braces for regionalsThu May 19 2011
W-W girls crew gears for late tests Wed May 18 2011
W-W boys crew steps it up Thu May 12 2011
Golden performance by W-W girls crew Wed May 11 2011
W-W girls crew facing the best Thu May 05 2011
Good week of racing for W-W girls crew Thu Apr 21 2011
It’s a strong initial outing for W-W boys crew Thu Apr 14 2011
Good start for W-W girls crew Thu Apr 14 2011 [
State Rowing ChampionshipsWed Nov 03 2010
W-W girls crew adds another state championship Wed Nov 03 2010
W-W boys crew adds state title Wed Nov 03 2010
Placement good for W-W girls crewWed Oct 27 2010
Strong showing by W-W boys crewWed Oct 27 2010 Thu Oct 21 2010 Time)
Conditions not good for W-W boys crew bWed Oct 20 2010
Despite conditions, W-W girls crew races wellWed Oct 20 2010
Wayland-Weston boys crew team at Head of the HousatonicThu Oct 14 2010
Wayland-Weston girls crew team at Head of the HousatonicThu Oct 14 2010
Wayland-Weston girls crew starts successfullyThu Oct 07 2010
Wayland-Weston boys crew has strong showingWed Oct 06 2010
W-W girls crew starts this weekendThu Sep 30 2010
W-W boys crew ready for actionThu Sep 23 2010
Not like a hurricane on Lake CochituateSat Sep 04 2010
PHOTOS: Not like a hurricane on Lake Cochituate Sat Sep 04 2010
A 10-year history of Wayland-Weston crewThu Sep 02 2010
W-W crew: 10 years of excellenceTue Aug 31 2010
A writer tries his hand at crewWed Aug 25 2010
W-W girls crew makes historyWed Jun 16 2010
W-W boys crew ends on high noteWed Jun 16 2010
W-W girls crew adds another state titleWed May 26 2010
W-W boys crew wins state crownWed May 26 2010
W-W boys crew teams steps things upWed May 19 2010
W-W girls crew qualifies for NationalsWed May 19 2010
Wayland-Weston girls crew battlesThu May 13 2010
Wayland-Weston boys crew has some successThu May 13 2010
Wayland-Weston boys crew faces the ironThu May 06 2010
Wayland-Weston girls crew pitted against eliteWed May 05 2010
Wayland-Weston boys crew tests competitionThu Apr 29 2010
Wayland-Weston girls crew making stridesWed Apr 28 2010
Girls crew overcomes adversityThu Apr 22 2010
Girls crew primed to goThu Apr 15 2010
Boys crew gearing up for seasonThu Apr 15 2010
Rowers hone their skills Wed Feb 24 2010
Head of the Fish 10-24-09Results
Boys crew team does part in busy weekend Wed Oct 28 2009
Girls crew helps program capture another state title Wed Oct 28 2009
Boys crew strutts its stuff Thu Oct 22 2009
Successful start for boys crew teams Wed Oct 07 2009
Girls crew team starts quickly Wed Oct 07 2009
Crew teams opening up their season Wed Sep 30 2009
Crew teams gearing up for 10th season Wed Sep 16 2009
Special honor from Wayland-Weston crew team Thu Jun 18 2009
Crew girls solid at Nationals Wed Jun 17 2009
Girls crew off to Nationals Tue Jun 09 2009
Girls crew team wears state crown Wed May 27 2009
Boys team helps crew program win overall title Wed May 27 2009
Boys crew punches ticket to Nationals Wed May 20 2009
Girls crew team makes Nationals Wed May 20 2009
Boys crew team takes part in Lowell event Wed May 13 2009
Girls crew has good overall day Wed May 13 2009
Girls crew team faces tough foes Thu May 07 2009 01:47:08 GMT-0400
Girls crew team struts its stuff Thu Apr 30 2009
Girls crew team enjoys productive weekend Wed Apr 22 2009 23:1
Tanimoto earns U-23 tryout spot Wed Apr 15 2009
Boys crew starts season well Wed Apr 08 2009
Girls crew team meets challenge Wed Apr 08 2009
Girls crew teams looking to defend state crown Wed Apr 01 2009
Wayland-Weston Crew Season Opener. Wayland Student Press Network 9.24.2008
Boys crew does its part in championship Tue Oct 28 2008
Girls crew does its part Tue Oct 28 2008
Boys crew team strong at HOC Thu Oct 23 2008
Girls crew boat captures 15th place Thu Oct 23 2008
Wayland-Weston crew wins overall Thu Oct 16 2008
Boys crew team shines in Lowell Wed Oct 08 2008
Girls crew team is picking up speed Wed Oct 08 2008
Boys crew team opens year with strong effort Thu Sep 25 2008
Girls crew team starts out fast Thu Sep 25 2008
Bohrer, DeDominici leave W-W crew Wed Sep 17 2008
French, Newell now rowing in college Wed Aug 27 2008
Former W-W rower competes in Olympics Wed Aug 20 2008
Reinert rows for Germany Wed Aug 13 2008
Girls crew team makes impressive showing at championships Thu Jun 19 2008
Tanimoto got on board with crew team Tue Jun 17 2008
W-W boys crew earns a sixth at Nationals Tue Jun 17 2008 18:04:23 GMT-0400
Boys crew team cleans up at states Tue May 27 2008
Huge accomplishment for girls crew squad Tue May 27 2008
Girls crew teams show their power Wed May 21 2008
Good showing by boys crew Wed May 14 2008
Girls crew shows some fortitude and strength Wed May 14 2008
Girls crew team enjoys weekend Wed May 07 2008
Boys crew team goes up against stiff competition Wed May 07 2008
Wayland-Weston Crew making great strides Thu May 01 2008 1
Boys crew team shows promise Tue Apr 29 2008
Girls crew impressive Tue Apr 29 2008
Girls crew proves its race worthy Wed Apr 23 2008
Boys crew team shows its depth Wed Apr 23 2008
Crew teams face tests Wed Apr 16 2008
Girls crew team opens season strongly Wed Apr 09 2008
Boys crew team sharp in opener Wed Apr 09 2008
Wayland-Weston crews win state crowns Thu Nov 01 2007
Crews compete at Head of Charles Thu Oct 25 2007
Busy weekend for W-W crew teams Thu Oct 18 2007
Wayland-Weston crew update Fri Oct 12 2007
Crew teams meet with success in Lowell event Thu Oct 04 2007
Good results for W-W crews Thu Sep 27 2007
Crew teams turn some heads at Nationals Thu Jun 14 2007 1
Boys crew rows to state championship Wed May 30 2007
Girls crew captures state title Wed May 30 2007
Boys crew wins boatload of medalsThu May 24 2007
Girls crew puts the team first Thu May 24 2007
Crew squads pile up wins Thu May 17 2007
Girls crew teams have strong regatta showings Thu May 10 2007
Boys crew teams strutt their stuff at two regattas Thu May 10 2007
Girls crew team starts out fast Thu May 03 2007
Boys crew opens strongly Thu May 03 2007