11th Annual Wayland Warriors Football Golf Tournament

Please join us or make a donation today!
All proceeds from the golf tournament will go to offset the program’s costs, such as food, equipment, apparel, clinics, and – most importantly – safety equipment.

Friday, July 21, 10:00 AM at Sandy Burr Country Club located on Route 27 in Wayland, MA

Boosters’ 2nd Annual Cornhole Tournament Recap

The Wayland Boosters would like to thank all of those who participated in our 2nd Annual Cornhole Tournament FUNdrasier last month! We had a great turnout and an entertaining night of competitive cornhole, food, drinks and friends! A special thanks to Boston Cornhole, The Local, Sandy Burr Country Club, The Field House in Sudbury and Metro West Caterers for helping to make the event possible.

A special congrats to the winning team Tom Feldman and Peter Caputa of “PT-17″ who took home the grand prize and a special shoutout to Scott Brogan and Dave McHarg of “Make Scotland Great Again” for winning Best Team Uniform. We hope to see everyone again next year!!

Boosters Signing Day Ceremony ~ April 11, 2017

Come and support our senior student-athletes continuing their athletic careers in college! The Wayland Boosters will host our annual Signing Day Ceremony on Tuesday, April 11 at 2:20pm in the Commons. There are at least twelve Warriors going on to play in colleges at the Division I, Division II or Division III level.

Help us reach our goal!
The Wayland Boosters annual appeal is on.

As the summer comes to an end, our student-athletes are already gathering on the playing fields getting ready for the start of what is sure to be another outstanding year for Wayland High School (WHS) athletics.

The 2015-2016 accomplishments were impressive with five DCL Championships, fifteen teams going into post-season play, two Divisional titles, three Wayland Weston crew teams at Youth Nationals, and three State Championships. [read more…]

Upcoming Events

July 21st – 11th Annual Wayland Warriors Football Golf Tournament
Register your team or make a donation here!

August 24th – First day of Fall 2017 sports tryouts

Wayland High School

Wayland High School offers 28 different sports across three seasons during each school year. This means that the Boosters have many opportunities to offer help to student-athletes with equipment, events and more. Visit the WHS website's Athletics page.

Wayland Middle School

Students at WMS can build on their youth sports foundation through 9 different sports, some that do not require a tryout, so everyone has an opportunity to participate. We support middle school sports. Visit the WMS athletics page to learn more.

Grant Requests

Wayland Boosters maintains a Boosters General Fund that is available by request to fund specific needs for Wayland High and Wayland Middle schools’ athletic programs. Read more about current and past requests, and learn about our guidelines that help us evaluate requests.


We could not accomplish all that we do without your continued support of our student-athletes in their pursuit of excellence both on and off the field. We ask you to please consider donating to Wayland Boosters.

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TBT - Inspiring documentary captures the essence of crew racing--and indeed amateur athletics in general as performed at the highest levels--and what some consider to be the finest American rowing team ever. Life Magazine hailed them as “The Great Eight,” and the name stuck.

The film profiles legendary U.S. Naval Academy coach Russell "Rusty" Callow and his heavyweight varsity eight. After winning only one race in 1951, the underdog Midshipmen took college rowing by surprise, going unbeaten in 1952, 1953, and 1954. The 1952 boat was the U.S. Olympic crew and shocked the world by winning gold in Helsinki vs. a Soviet crew known as much for their dominating power as for their unconventional technique. During those three seasons, Navy’s "Admirals" won 23 consecutive collegiate races (29 victories overall) and three straight IRA National Championships. The film features rare archival footage, 1990s on-camera reminiscences by team members, and where-are-they-now vignettes.

Narrated by Academy Award-winning actor Gregory Peck, who has said that rowing for Berkeley High School and the University of California taught him “camaraderie, making an effort, sticking to it, not quitting." He's also quoted: "It's the most grueling sport known in college. It's a sport where strong men faint as they go over the finish line because they have spent every last ounce of their strength and consciousness. Your chest feels like cement, your legs feel like rubber, your mind is numb, your back feels broken, but you learn never to give up. Anyone who's rowed a four-mile race knows what's expected of him. He understands the agony of the last mile or half mile, and the knowledge that you can't quit, even if you die. That has to have some effect on his character."

Producer "Wisteria Pictures" released the film in 1996 on VHS tape, unfortunately is no longer in business. This important piece of American history was never released on DVD. A copy of the tape is among the holdings of the Naval Academy library, can also be borrowed from the Wayland-Weston Crew video library. Used copies can sometimes be found for sale from online sources.

Enjoy "The Great Eight!"
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