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Wayland High boys’ soccer has teamed up for a turnaround

Andreas Pascual-Leone is scoring almost a goal per game for  team-oriented Wayland High.
Andreas Pascual-Leone is scoring almost a goal per game for team-oriented Wayland High.Essdras M Suarez/Globe Staff

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In 2011, Nico Pascual-Leone was a force up top. He scored almost at will. And once they got going, the Wayland High boys’ soccer team seemed to win just as easily. The team entered the Division 2 North tournament just above .500, but scored nine goals in four games to advance to the finals, where it lost to eventual-state champ Concord-Carlisle, 1-0.

Last season, after Pascual-Leone graduated and moved on to Amherst College, was a disaster. The Warriors won three games in 2012, missing the tournament for the first time since David Gavron took over coaching duties in 2008.

The Warriors took their offseason training to a new level, showing up for fall tryouts in rare form. There was a different attitude.

And Wayland was 7-0-3 as of Wednesday.

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