Welcome to Weston High School Athletics


Please visit the Weston Athletics website  www.westonathletics.net for schedules, coaching staff and latest news and information.




The team captured the D3 North Championship on June 10. 2016 vs. Bedford 3-2.

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 WHS 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 Wednesday, June 15th at 6:00pm.

  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.  


**It is highly recommended that rising 9th grade and returning student-athletes and their parent/s attend these meetings.


Start Dates for Fall Sports:

Football – Monday, August 22nd

All Other Fall Sports – Thursday, August 25th


 Wednesday, June 15- 6:00pm

Cross Country – Room 5 - Coach John Monz – monzj@weston.org

Crew –GYM – Mike Baker – rowingmike@gmail.com

Golf – Room 6 - Coach Mary O’Brien – obrienm@weston.org

Boys Soccer – GEC- Coach Andrey Asparouhov – aasparouhov@yahoo.com

Coach Cochran

Girls Volleyball – Room 4 - Coach Fabian Ardila – coachfabe@gmail.com

Field Hockey – Cafeteria – Coach Kim Desto - wildcatsfieldhockey@gmail.com

Girls Soccer – Media Center - Coach John Power – jpower11@me.com


**These are very important meetings that all interested and returning student-athletes should attend.

As always, if you have any questions please feel free to contact the

Athletic Office at 781-786-5840.



2016 Boys Lacrosse  Team receiving their MIAA Finalist trophy


. The Boys Lacrosse team finished the season with an overall 17-4 record (15-3 regular season)

 & DCL Small Champions.



Congratulations to our Senior Athletic Award Recipients.

The ceremony was Sunday May 22, 2016


Hobey Baker Award  

Reese Nickerson

Lucy Harper

Nancy Healey Unsung Hero Award  

Marie McMann

Andrew Pastor Memorial Award  

Alex Heywood

Lily Macnamara

Payson Corbiere Memorial Award & Scholarship

Caroline Bryson

Joseph Naughton Memorial Award

Nick Camp

Christiana Dryden

Peter Condakas Memorial Award & Scholarship

Brad Peters

Lenya Checkovich

Tucky Gee Memorial Award  

Robert Ivey

Katie Marlow-Benedick

United States Army Scholar Athlete Award

Brendan McGinty 

Miller Ward

Danielle Barenholtz

United State Marine Corps Athletic Award  

Henry Hall

Clara Babbott-Ward

Robert Chruz DCL Sportsmanship Award  

Sam Wisnia

Katie Valle

Peter J Foley ICE Award

Austin Critchlow

Maddie Piccione

Father Graf Award

Charlie Moore

Willow Trodden 

Alison Heilbronner

John S. Proctor Award

Bryce Grundy

Samantha Thompson

Theodore Chandler Memorial Award

Liam Wrean

Emma Marlow-Benedick


Boston Globe All-Scholastics March 2016


Stella Alphas, Weston, Alpine

After finishing as the top-ranked skier in Mass. Bay West Omega, the freshman matched her success at the state championship. Alphas took ninth in the slalom and 11th

in the giant slalom and was named to the Mass. state team.

Max Marchiony, Weston, Alpine

Ranked fifth in the Mass. Bay Omega Division’s regular season, the sophomore had a great state meet, finishing eighth in the giant slalom and 11th in the slalom.

He also competes on the Wayland-Weston crew team.

Samantha Thompson, Weston, senior

Thompson won the Division 4 state title in the high jump (5-4) and finished tied for second at All-States (5-4). The two-time Dual County League All-Star and team captain

also tied for second at the New Englands with a 5-5.

Austin Critchlow, Weston, senior

Critchlow finished with more than 1,000 career points. He helped Weston win its fifth straight Division 2 state title with a third-place finish in the 100 backstroke.

The 4-time Dual County League All-Star will attend Stanford.



Dear WHS Parent,

Weston High Athletic Training is requesting that parents add or update their sons/daughters demographics prior to participating in a fall sport at Weston High School. Athletes must provide the Athletic Training staff with current address, emergency contact, insurance, medical alert and health history information. To expedite this process Weston Athletic Training uses an online data entry system called Sportsware which is an injury tracking software program that we have used for the past 15+ years. We conduct all of our injury evaluations, progress notes, MD notes, Referrals,  etc... with this software. In the past we would have to manually enter the data from the forms you have provided in the sports packets but with this recent upgrade you have the ability to sign in and request membership to the site. Some have asked why can’t we just use family ID? Unfortunately at this time the programs cannot mesh with one another and each have to operate independently. Like Family ID you will be able to update your son/daughters information if and when it changes and it will be updated in real time. 

To enter your information, visit www.swol123.net. The first time you visit the website you will need to enter your personal email address and theSchool ID (Weston wildcats) and click Get Password. If you have multiple children in the MS and HS you will have to create several passwords because each password is linked to that students medical record. Once you click to join Sportsware I will get the request and will accept you within 24 hours of your request. Once you have your user name and password you can sign on anytime. If you for some reason forget your password you may click forgot password on the home page and a link will be sent to your email and you can reset all of your children’s passwords at once. Please fill out all areas i.e. (demographics, emergency contact, Insurance, Medical history and you can upload any forms such as physicals referrals etc.…)


Thank you for your prompt response and we are sorry for any inconvenience this has caused. If you have any questions, please contact me at 781-786-5844 or via email- rizzaa@weston.org for assistance.Click here to download the instruction sheet with visual aides.



Andrew Rizza, MS,ATC,LAT

Head Athletic Trainer

W Day Challenge 2015

When you bring two teams together that are of championship caliber it makes for an exciting game. Now imagine bringing 20 teams together of championship caliber from rival communities… W-Day 2015. Although the month was different than last year, some of the events were different, the weather was certainly different, this year’s W-Day Challenge was one to remember. As a cold rain blanketed the campus of Weston high School through the morning hours last Saturday, preparations for the second annual W-day Challenge steamed ahead. With the first of 10 games quickly approaching at noon, the campus of Weston High School transformed into colors of maroon and orange.

The 2015 W-Day Challenge featured games/meets & matches between the two long standing rival communities of Weston and Wayland on Saturday, October 3rd. As the skies cleared and the parking lot filled up, freshman girls volleyball kicked off the day in the Weston High School gymnasium. From that point forward the Weston High School campus was abuzz as Charlie Hattabaugh our DJ for the event, played music from the press box, both school’s Booster organizations were out in force with nicely decorated booths selling school spirit apparel and in full support of their student athletes and fans from both communities enjoyed a fun filled day of sports.  The Weston Senior Class of 2016 braved the cold weather providing concessions for all those in attendance as well.

W-Day Game Recap:

Varsity Field Hockey: Wayland came out with a purpose and took play to the Wildcats scoring once in the first half and two more time is the second half. Cats played hard, but fell short as the Warriors took this game handing Weston their first defeat of the season.

JV Field Hockey: Both JV teams played strong defensively, but no team found the back of the net ending in a 0-0 tie.

Girls Freshman Volleyball: In an impressive fashion, the Lady Cats started strong and never looked back in a convincing 2-0 win.

Girls Varsity Soccer: After a scoreless first half, the Wildcats took control of the game and played solid two way soccer.  Two quick second half goals provided a victory for the Cats.

JV Girls Soccer: In one of the afternoon’s most exciting contest, the Warriors of Wayland outlasted the Wildcats of Weston in a hard fought battle that resulted in a 2-1 Wayland win.

Boys JV Soccer: Although the 4-0 score does not indicate, the Cats played aggressive soccer throughout the game, but could not slip one past the Wayland keeper.

JV Girls Volleyball: In this contest is was Weston again who jumped out early in each match and kept the pressure on in a 2-0 victory over the Warriors.

Boys Varsity Soccer: In the days only night game and with a loud and supportive crowd on both sides of the field, it was Wayland who came out with a 4-2 victory.  The game was very physical, but well played by both sides. 

Girls Freshman Volleyball: In an impressive fashion, the Lady Cats started strong and never looked back in a convincing 2-0 win.

Girls Varsity Volleyball: To a packed house, the Cats of Weston put on an impressive show with solid play at the net and in the back row.  The 3 – 0 victory put the Wildcats in the win column for 

 For the second consecutive year the W-Day Challenge was a huge success!





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Mike McGrath, Athletic Director



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Andrew Rizza, Athletic Trainer


cell phone:  339-222-9631

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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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