WHS Spring Sport Update

Rahim Ramzanali '23, Lead Sports Editor

As the school year’s end draws near, so do spring sports seasons. Some teams have made the playoffs, and some have not. This article is going to cover all of the spring sports.



Baseball finished their regular season with a 9-11 record in the Mid Wach A league. In the Central Mass playoffs, they went 2-1, losing to Shrewsbury. Their next opponent is Plymouth North on Monday at 4:00 at WHS. Be sure to come support!



The softball team has a 6-11 record entering the postseason. Unfortunately, they did not make the playoffs. 


Girls’ Lacrosse

The girls’ lacrosse team ended their season 2-12. They did make the Central Mass Tournament in which they lost to North Middlesex. They are now out of the Central Mass Tournament. After that, they played Marlborough, where they lost, ending their season this past Wednesday.


Boys’ Lacrosse

The boys’ lacrosse team is 3-10 to end the regular season. They did make the playoffs, but ended up losing to both Algonquin and Leominster.


Boys’ Tennis

The boys’ tennis team finished off their stellar season 12-4 and won the Central Mass Class A championship. They beat Algonquin Regional 5-0.


Girls’ Tennis

Girls’ tennis had a 13-2 record this season. They also won the Central Mass Class A championship 4-1 versus Wachusett.


Boys’ Outdoor Track and Field

They finished with a 3-2 record for their meets, and they came second in the league. They also finished 10th in the division. Kevin Xu finished 1st in the state division meet in pole vaults, and Alan Nguyen finished 1st in 110 meter hurdles. The 4 by 100 meter relay team finished sixth. 


Girls’ Outdoor Track and Field

They finished with a 2-3 record in their meets. In the state division meet, Mariana Das, Nalika Palayoor, Uma Gopinath, Lily Vaughan, Melinda Haagensen, Katelyn Winchester, Alaina Fernandes, Neena Jayavendra, Sam Connelly, and Julia Young all participated in events. Melinda Haagensen finished 1st in the pole vault.