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Waring Receives NATA Safe Sports School Award

By Admin on 02/19/2020

We are pleased to announce that after much hard work on the part of our certified athletic trainer, Colleen Jenkins, MS, LAT, ATC, and the Athletics Department as a whole, Waring School has received the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) Safe Sports School Award for its commitment to keeping young athletes safe.

The award champions safety and recognizes secondary schools that have met the recommended standards to improve safety in sports. The award reinforces the importance of providing the best level of care, injury prevention, and treatment.

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Waring Alumni Propel Hobart and William Smith Colleges to NCAA Soccer Tournaments

By Graham Pearsall on 11/13/2019

After falling behind 0-1 in the Liberty League Men’s Soccer Championship game with an NCAA tournament bid on the line, Hobart College relied on a bit of Waring magic to even things in the second half. 

In the 63rd minute, Waring alumnus Nick Wigglesworth ’16 launched a pass from the 50-yard line to the opposing box. There to receive it was fellow Waring alumnus Kyle Patrick ’16 who blasted the ball into the back of the net.

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Competitive At All Levels–Six Recent Alums Find Success Playing College Soccer

By Graham Pearsall on 10/16/2019

For such a small school, Waring has had a remarkable track record of preparing soccer players for collegiate success.

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Spring Sports Recap: Undefeated Ultimate, Boys Lacrosse 9x Champs, Girls Lacrosse Runners-up

By Graham Pearsall on 05/20/2019

Ultimate Concludes Season Undefeated

Waring’s ultimate team outscored the Cambridge School of Weston 15-4 in their final game of the season to finish undefeated. Over the course of the season, the Wolfpack outscored their opponents 90-29.

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Le Temps Retrouvé - Special Edition Released

By Graham Pearsall on 01/26/2019

Extra! Extra! Read All About It! Another edition of Le Temps Retrouvé is hot off the digital press.

From the editor, Head of School Tim Bakland: "Waring School is a place of ideas and 'voices' — voice in its many forms, written, poetic, artistic, musical, athletic, whimsical, serious, adventurous, and all the rest. Le Temps Retrouvé is one of many venues in which you’ll find the very essence of Waring School through student expression."

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Girls Soccer Wins NEPSAC Class D Quarterfinal

By Mike Kersker on 12/6/2018

With an impressive 6-0 win over The Williams School in the quarterfinals, girls varsity soccer has advanced to the NEPSAC Class D Soccer Tournament semifinals. 

The girls will play Christian Heritage School this Saturday, November 17, at 1:30pm in Trumbull, Connecticut.
Topics: athletics soccer
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Wood Earns XC All-New England Award

By Mike Kersker on 12/6/2018

Running in only his second New England Division IV cross country meet, freshman Ethan Wood finished an impressive 19th with a time of 19:22. (Top 20 runners are named All- New England).

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Girls Varsity Soccer Earns Number Four Seed in NEPSAC Class D Tournament

By Mike Kersker on 11/10/2018

The Waring girls varsity soccer team has been selected to participate in the NEPSAC Class D New England Small School Soccer Tournament for the first time since 2013. 

Topics: athletics soccer
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Waring Cross Country to Finish Season at NEPSTA Meet

By Mike Kersker on 11/8/2018

The Waring Cross Country team finished the regular season with four runners named to their respective all-star teams.

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Waring Team wins Miles for Mary 5k, Contributes to more than $4000 raised for Brain Cancer Research

By Graham Pearsall on 10/23/2018

Waring runners were crowned repeat champions of the Miles for Mary 5k on Saturday in Marblehead. The team, organized by Senior Julia Kautz, helped raise money for brain cancer research. All race proceeds, totalling more than $4000, were donated directly to Mass General Hospital.

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Waring Alumni Finding Success at NCAA Level

By Mike Kersker on 10/7/2018

For a school that graduates only 26 students on average per year, Waring Athletics is still able to provide a platform for future collegiate sports success. Waring school varsity sports consist of soccer, cross country, basketball, and lacrosse. Each year our athletes are not only competitive inside of the conferences we play in, but our alumni are proving that they can make an impact at the collegiate level as well.

Topics: athletics alumni
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Waring Varsity Soccer Teams Both Find Success in Opener

By Mike Kersker on 09/19/2018

The boys opened up their season with a 3-0 win over Chapel Hill Chauncey Hall. Waring’s goal scorers were sophomores Cole Sauder, Brad Lyman, and senior Paul Taylor.

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