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Boys tennis is competing in the MIAA State Tournament 

Boys Tennis team defeated Pentucket Regional High School in the D3 North Sectional Finals (3-2) to advance to the State Semi-Finals on Monday 6/12 vs. South Champion Dover-Sherborn HS to be played at Newton North HS at 3:30pm.

Hello Student-Athlete Families,
As this school year ends, we will begin looking forward to next fall’s high school sports season.  To ensure that all rising 9th graders and current high school student-athletes have an opportunity to gather information on fall sports offered at Weston High School, we will have our annual Fall Player/Parent Meetings on Tuesday, June 13th beginning at 6:30pm.  These will be team meetings only where players and parents will learn about the tryout process, team schedules, team expectations and all other program information. This is also an opportunity to meet the coaching staff and ask any questions you may have.  
Start Dates for Fall Sports:
Football – Friday, August 18th
All Other Fall Sports – Thursday, August 24th
Team meetings will be held in the following rooms:
Football – Media Center - Coach Rich Brissette – brissetter@weston.org
Cross Country – Room 7 - Coach John Monz – monzj@weston.org
Crew – Cafeteria – Mike Baker – rowingmike@gmail.com
Golf – Room 5 - Coach Mary O’Brien – obrienm@weston.org
Girls Soccer – GEC - Coach John Power – jpower11@me.com
Boys Soccer – Room 3- Coach Andrey Asparouhov – aasparouhov@yahoo.com
Girls Volleyball – Room 4 - Coach Mike Murphy – mmurphdog@gmail.com
Field Hockey – Room 6 – Coach Kim Desto - wildcatsfieldhockey@gmail.com
As always, if you have any questions please feel free to contact the Athletic Office at 781-786-5840.
Thank you,


WHS 2017 Athletic Awards


The Nancy Healey "Unsung Hero" Award: is given to a senior field hockey player who has committed herself to the program.  Nancy Healey was a long time freshman coach here at Weston High School, who's commitment and knowledge of the game of field hockey went beyond most freshmen coaches.   Nancy's impact on the sport may have went unnoticed by some, but never by those who knew her or had her as a coach. The Nancy Healey Unsung Hero Award is presented to a senior Field Hockey player who has exemplified these same qualities. Caroline Markmann

Hobey Baker Award: In 2003 the Hobey Baker High School Character Award was established to honor high school hockey players who exemplify the Hobey Baker ideal that "Character Builds Excellence." Candidates for a High School Hobey Baker Award are selected by their coaches, based on the following criteria:
   *    Integrity and positive attitude
    *     Coachability
    *     Outstanding sportsmanship * community spirit

Tuesday Ford & Fred Herlihy


Andrew Pastor Memorial Award: Andy Pastor was an accomplished tennis player here are at Weston High School.  Andy always displayed sportsmanship to his opponents and leadership to his fellow teammates. He was dedicated to always improving as a player and worked hard to accomplish his tennis goals. Andrew passed in 1988 and this Memorial Award was established to recognize both a male and female senior tennis player who display the same passion as Andrew did towards tennis. Pastor Park located just outside the tennis courts was also established in honor of Andy and is used frequently by players and spectators alike. Izzy Laufer & John Lathrop


Payson Corbiere Memorial Award & Scholarship:

Payson Corbiere was an accomplished swimmer.  He had a fun loving attitude and zest for life. He was an all-scholastic in high school and an all-american in college.  While in 7th grade he contracted the HIV virus through a blood transfusion; however that did not stop him from excelling in the water. His heart and determination was second to none. The recipient of this award will exhibit many of these same qualities. There is a bench in his honor in the hallway of the middle school by the ramp to the pool. It’s a great tribute to Payson. Gabe Alesse


Joseph Naughton Memorial Award is given annually in track to both a male and female track standout.  This award recognizes both determination and dedication to the sport of track and field. Joe Naughton was an incredible athlete and former Chandler Award winner. He held the state and new England shot put record for 30 years and is a member of the Massachusetts Track and Field Hall of Fame.  Emma Eglinton & Vincent Dong


Tucky Gee Memorial Award:  This Memorial Award is given annually to a soccer player who has demonstrated tremendous fortitude, determination and sportsmanship.  Which reflect the qualities of Thomas “Tucky” Gee a former Weston high School soccer standout. This student-athlete must be committed to always putting the team first ahead of personal accolades.

Erin Sarocco  


Peter Condakes Memorial Award & Scholarship: Peter Condakes was an accomplished basketball player here at Weston High School before taking his basketball talent to Harvard University. While at Weston he led his teams to two consecutive sectional championships and set a Weston high School varsity scoring record. Peter had passion for both basketball and academics and his determination on the court and in the classroom was impressive. Natalie Pettirossi & Jared Groff


Each year our coaches nominate student-athletes who they think represent Weston High School with tremendous Sportsmanship. These student-athletes are recognized with an MIAA Sportsmanship framed certificate

Caroline Donahue                  Christina Chiocca

Stephanie Ginovker               Kylie Burkus

Dough Dahl                           Kyle Brisky

Morgan Griffin                      Adam Maimon

Cricket Fligor                         Will Binney


Stephen G. Howard Award & Scholarship

This award recognizes 3-sport athletes who have displayed motivation and dedication throughout their high school careers. These athletes have been persistent in their pursuit of success, team-focused, and receptive to coaching and reflect the type of student-athlete Steve Howard would love to coach. Kayla Lucas & Cam Peddie

United States Army Scholar Athlete Award – The US Army Scholar Athlete Awards are given each year to both a male and female Weston High School senior student-athlete who have exceled on the field while keeping high academic standards. These student-athletes must have exhibited great sportsmanship during the course of their high school careers and been true leaders both on and off the field.  Natalie Casey & Andrew Hall

United State Marine Corps Athletic Award:  Each year the US Marines Award two “medals” to both a male and female senior student-athlete for their outstanding academic and athletic accomplishments over the course of their high school careers. This prestigious award embodies all the ideals of being student-athlete: Naomi Cutter & Ben White


Robert Chruz DCL Sportsmanship Award:  Robert Chruz was a longtime Athletic Director at Newton South High School.  Mr. Chruz is someone who has always embraced the ideals of Sportsmanship.  Each year the Dual County League awards a male and female from each school with this award.  These individuals must be student-athletes who possess great sportsmanship on all levels.  Dana Dinardo & Bryce McCanne


Peter J Foley ICE Award & Scholarship:

This award was instituted 27 years ago in honor of former Weston High School Athletic Director Pete Foley. This award embodies all that Pete stands for and what he wanted for his athletes while here in Weston.  The initials – ICE stand for: INVOLVEMENT – COMMITMENT and EXCELLENCE.  The recipients of this award have exemplified the ideals of what Pete envisioned this award to stand for: Meg Peacher & Aiden McGinty


MIAA Sportsmanship certificates

Nick Diebold                         Bella DiPietro

Katrina Georgakopoulos       Holly Hardiman

Paige Holman                         Andrew Kettle

Ellison Lim                             Adam Maimon

Hugh Cameron                      Jared Buckman

Alex Mortimer


Wildcat Pride Awards. These were established 6 years ago to recognize athletes who have accumulated a varsity letter from freshman through senior year (12 in total). It is quite an accomplishment. 


Emma Eglinton                     Katrina Angelucci

            Kayla Lucas                            Vincent Dong

          Jillian Howard                         Cricket Fligor


Father Graf Award:

This award is given annually in memory of Father Graf who was a parish priest at St. Julia’s here in Weston in honor of his tremendous spirit. Father Graff took great interest in the youth of Weston.  Always cheering on Weston sports teams at all levels. His presence inspired the spirit of all Weston teams and the spectators attending contest. This award represents four years of extraordinary school spirit. Kelsey McGeough & Joey Lembo


John S. Proctor Award: This is given in his memory for athletic achievement, leadership and sportsmanship. John Proctor was a teacher, coach, athletic director and above all a friend to Weston students for 34 years.  When John Proctor arrived in Weston in 1934 there were 3 sports offered at the high school.  Today we offer 28 at the high school and 12 at the middle school. He was instrumental in building this well-rounded program. The John S. Proctor Award is given annually to both a male and female athlete who has excelled athletically in one or more sports at the high school. Athena Ardila & Jillian Howard / Max Barsamian


Theodore Chandler Memorial Award. This award is presented annually to the senior boy and girl who best exemplifies the following 3 qualities: athletic accomplishment, scholarship and school spirit. This award is considered one of our most prestigious school awards.  These 3 sport athletes who receive this award have exhibited tremendous athletic fortitude, excelled in the classroom and have been true leaders for teams. Katrina Angelucci & Andrew Haimovici



Michael McGrath, CAA

Director of Athletics

Weston Public Schools



Follow us on Twitter: @WestonAthletic





Michael McGrath, CAA

Director of Athletics

Weston Public Schools



Follow us on Twitter: @WestonAthletic



Weston High School Receives National Athletic Trainers’ Association

Safe Sports School Award

Program recognizes high schools that help to keep young athletes safe


WHS is the recipient of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) Safe Sports School award. The award champions safety and recognizes secondary schools that provide safe environments for student athletes. The award reinforces the importance of providing the best level of care, injury prevention and treatment.

“Weston High School is honored to receive this 1st Team recognition from NATA, and we remain committed to keeping our student athletes safe during physical education classes, team practices and games so they can accomplish their own goals of great competition, winning records, fair sportsmanship and good health. Our goal is to lead our athletics program to the highest safety standards for our players,” said Andrew Rizza MS, ATC, LAT Head Athletic Trainer, Weston Public Schools.

“We remain committed to the health and welfare of young athletes in competitive sports,” says NATA President Scott Sailor, EdD, ATC. “This award recognizes the contributions and commitment of schools across the country that are implementing safe sports policies and best practices to ensure athletes can do what they love best and have the appropriate care in place to prevent, manage and treat injuries should they occur.”

In order to achieve Safe Sport School status, as WHS did, athletic programs must do the following:


•             Create a positive athletic health care administrative system

•             Provide or coordinate pre-participation physical examinations

•             Promote safe and appropriate practice and competition facilities

•             Plan for selection, fit function and proper maintenance of athletic equipment

•             Provide a permanent, appropriately equipped area to evaluate and treat injured athletes

•             Develop injury and illness prevention strategies, including protocols for environmental                                conditions

•             Provide or facilitate injury intervention

•             Create and rehearse a venue-specific Emergency Action Plan

•             Provide or facilitate psychosocial consultation and nutritional counseling/education

•             Be sure athletes and parents are educated of the potential benefits and risks in sports as                      well as their responsibilities


For more information please visit: www.athletictrainers.org.

WHS Golf Coach of the Year Division 3: Mary O’Brien, Weston
In coaching Weston to a 10-3 record and a Division 3 championship, O’Brien was named Coach of the Year for the second straight season and fourth time overall. A 14-year coach, O’Brien has a career record of 154-48-7.
WHS All Scholastics for Boys Golf Noah Cate and Nick Cummings


WHS 2016 Golf Team at the MA State House on January 20, 2017

Division 3 State Champions


WHS 2016 Golf Team receiving the State Division III Championship Trophy




Nick Cummings receiving the State Division III Individual runner-up trophy.

Hello Weston Families,


I hope the start of the school year has been a success for your family.  The reason for my email is to inform you of the Weston Boosters fundraising efforts that are beginning for the 2016/17 school year.  As you may or may not know no school sponsored athletic programs fundraise individually and rely on the Weston Boosters to fulfill their fundraising needs unlike many of our neighboring communities. Additionally, most of these same communities require families to pay an athletic user fee, upwards of $300 per sport in many cases, something Weston does not require. The Weston Boosters through their fundraising efforts contribute to the needs of every Weston High School and Weston Middle School athletic team as well as provide assistance to Weston elementary physical education teachers by assisting with additional athletic equipment.


With 56% of the Weston High School student body and over 53% of the Weston Middle School student body participating in athletics this fall your generous financial support will help provide our student-athletes with a wide range of assistance including essential financial scholarships, sports equipment, team uniforms, coaching assistance tools, and playing field equipment. The need for this support continues to grow, and the benefit of this support is seen and experienced by most every student at WHS, WMS and the Weston Elementary Schools.


The Weston Boosters are an integral part of Weston Athletics. We hope that every Weston family can contribute to this year's fundraising efforts and help us continue to provide for our athletic programs. Please feel free to make a tax-deductible donation online today by clicking on the link below.




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Weston High School Athletics provides an essential component of our educational philosophy. These activities give students opportunities to excel and expand their horizons in ways that enhance and supplement classroom learning.


Weston High School sponsors 16 Fall and Spring teams and 14 Winter teams, offering a multitude of athletic opportunities for all levels.  Wildcat boys and girls participate at extremely high rates, without sacrificing the opportunity to participate in the arts and other activities.
WPS Athletics Director
About our Athletic Director
Michael McGrath came to Weston on July 11, 2011, from the Randolph Public Schools where he was the Athletic Director for three years. Mr. McGrath has 14 years of baseball and hockey coaching experience including working as head varsity and junior varsity baseball coach at Weston High School, 1991-1993. He is highly regarded within the youth and high school sports leagues and within the MIAA.
Mr. McGrath graduated from Boston College and worked in the business sector before becoming an athletic director. He is married and has three children. 





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