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Friday, October 21, 2016
Thursday, October 20, 2016
The Whitman Hanson girls soccer team improved to 13-1-1 with a 2-0 win over Patriot League opponent Silver Lake. The Panthers pressured Silver Lake early in the first half and after a few close attempts the Panthers finally got on the board when Taylor Kofton fired a 25yd blast in to the top of the net. The rest of the half saw bot hteam with chances only to be denied. WH came out strong in the second half and took a 2-0 lead when Lauren Bonavita took a Taylor Robertson cross and redirected it into the net. From there the defense of Elana Wood, Katie Korzec, Olivia Reed and Carly Alexopolous took over. Skylar Kuzmich made 8 saves for the shutout.
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
The Whitman-Hanson Field Hockey Panthers played against the Duxbury Dragons in Whitman, MA today. The Dragons won by a score of 6-0. The Panthers were dressed in pink for the game to show support for the fight against breast cancer. The Dragons scored 2 goals within the first 10 minutes of the game and added a third by the close of the half. The Panthers forced the ball into the Dragons end, but were unable to capitalize. The Dragons scored two more times at the start of the second half and one later in the half. Making the final score 6-0 Dragons over the Panthers. As a program, the Panthers rallied around junior forward, Riley MacDonald, in supporting her for a 3 day 60 mile walk to fight breast cancer this November in San Diego, CA.
> Whitman-Hanson hosted the Silver Lake Lakers and earned the 3-1 victory on the Panthers senior night! Game scores were 19-25, 26-24, 25-12 and 25-13. In the first set the Panthers struggled to get focused for the game with the excitement of senior night. Their sloppy play all around gave Silver Lake a relatively easy victory in the set. In the second set the Panthers began with a continuation of their sloppy play from the first set but quickly pulled themselves together and pushed the set to 23-23 tie with the Panthers serving. The Panthers got to game point with a strong kill by Sophie O'Brien and earned the set victory on a hit out of bounds by Silver Lake. In the 3rd and 4th sets the Panthers carried their momentum forward and controlled each set from the beginning. The Panthers got out to early leads in each set and never really looked back. The Panthers earned the set and match victory on a perfect ace serve by O'Brien. Players that led the way for the Panthers were Jess Nihan who had one of her strongest games of the season with 2 aces and 2 blocks but the stats don't tell the whole story. Her serving helped the Panthers keep the Lakers out of their offense in the 4th set. Also playing well for the Panthers was O'Brien who led the team with 15 kills, 3 blocks and 2 aces; Tori Perry with 24 assists and 4 aces; and Halle Julian with 8 kills and 4 blocks. The Panthers are now 10-8 on the season and travel to Duxbury on Friday.
Tuesday, October 18, 2016
The Whitman Hanson golf squad played their final match of the season today at Widows Walk (par 37) in Scituate. The Panthers lost to Scituate 281-257 to put their final overall record at 10-8, 8-7 in the league.
Senior captain Luke Tamulevich was the low scorer for the Panthers with a 8 over par. Though the team struggled to hang with the home team on their difficult course, they ended the season with class. The team qualified for the state tournament qualifying round, which will take place on Tuesday at Easton Country Club.
Thanks to the seniors for a great year and good luck in the post season!
The Whitman Hanson girls' soccer team improved to 12-1-1 with a 2-0 shutout of Patriot league foe Plymouth North. Taylor Robertson opened the scoring 3 minutes in to the game to put the Panthers up 1-0. Despite fighting the wind Whitman Hanson was able to keep Plymouth north off the board. In the second half the Panthers continued to press but Plymouth keeper Abby Egan was up to the task until Lauren Bonavita fired a laser in the bottom corner to put WH up 2-0. Sammi Smith, Elana Wood, Carly Alexopoulus and Olivia Johnson played strong games in defense of goalkeeper Skylur Kuzmich who made 5 saves in the goal.
The Whitman-Hanson Boys Cross Country team improved to 5-2 with a non-league win over Pembroke High School 15-50 at Pembroke High School Tuesday afternoon. Pacing the Panthers over the 2.68 Mile course was JR Captain Jack Ryan (15:23.) Finishing 2nd thru 5th were JR Andrew Newman (15:32), SR Captain Lukas Moscoso (15:41), SR Captain Bryce Pulkinen (15:47) and JR Cam Wilson (16:00)
Despite taking the top 2 spots in Tuesday afternoon's Cross Country Meet at Pembroke, the Panthers fell to the Titans 27-46. JR Captain Nicole Norve (18:25) and SR Captain Olivia Morse (18:47) led the way, but Pembroke placed the next nine finishers for the 27-46 win.
Monday, October 17, 2016
The Whitman-Hanson Field Hockey Panthers traveled to Silver Lake Regional High School to play against the Lakers. The Lakers won 6-0. The first half was mainly dominated by the Panthers, who could not capitalize in the Lakers end. The Lakers did grab the lead by the end of the first half with a corner. The Lakers dominated the second half and scored at will on the Panthers. They ended up with 5 more tallies on the Panthers defense before the end of the game. The Panthers will play a pink against Duxbury this Wednesday at home.
> Whitman-Hanson was hosted by Plymouth North and both teams played well but the Panthers were able to come away with the victory 3-0. The game scores were 25-19, 25-23 and 26-24. The Panthers were able to play well enough in the first set to win despite lots of sloppy play in their passing game. Once again it was the Panthers serving that kept them in the set and allowed them to earn the first set victory 3 Panther kills in a row by Amanda Anderson, Jess Nihan and Sophie O'Brien. In the second set the Panthers let the Plymouth North Eagles jump out to an early lead that ultimately led to the Panthers looking at the wrong end of a 10-20 score. However, at that point the Panthers began to rally back and thanks to savage plays by Halle Julian at the net the Panthers were able to pull even at 23-23. On the next play Julian blocked an Eagle attack and the Panthers we able to earn set point after an error by Plymouth North. In the third set both teams rallied back and forth for much of the set but thanks again to great play by Julian and strong serving by Giulia Ruscazio. In the end the Panthers were able to seal the set and match victory on a kill by Jess Nihan. The Panthers move to 9-8 on the season and host Silver Lake on Wednesday for the Panthers Senior Night.
Sunday, October 16, 2016
On Saturday evening at the Barnstable Fairgrounds, under the lights, the Whitman-Hanson Varsity Boys and Girls made a great showing. The Girls, despite an injury to Olivia Morse who sat out the race, ran well finishing 22nd overall as a team. More importantly, five of the six runners set a new personal record in the 5K while a sixth runner a current season record. A great night for the ladies:
Nicole Norve, 59, 20:15 (SR)
Julia Cosgrave, 80, 20:43 (PR)
Lillian Perkins-Residorf, 160, 22:28 (PR)
Camryn Boyce, 161, 22:29 (PR)
Maeve Rooney, 167, 22:41 (PR)
Victoria Carleton, 171, 22:50 (PR)
For the Boys, who finished 13th out of the 34 Division 1 teams, it was also a terrific race. Two runners set new personal records and one a current season best. The results:
Jack Ryan, 55, 16:58 (SR)
Lukas Moscoso, 79, 17:19
Bryce Pulkinen, 82, 17:20
Andrew Newman, 84, 17:21
Alex Uva, 154, 18:11 (PR)
Cam Wilson, 186, 18:38
Bryan Tyrie, 241, 20:17 (PR)
Full results can be seen at the following links:
Saturday, October 15, 2016
Thursday, October 13, 2016
> Whitman-Hanson hosted Rockland on Thursday night and earned the straight set victory 3 sets to none. The game scores were 26-24, 25-19 and 25-22. The Panthers started the match with sloppy play in both their passing and hitting game. It was only the tough Panther serves that kept them in the match at the beginning. Both teams played back and forth in the first set with each team making great plays and errors at different points. The Panthers found themselves leading 22-21 thanks to strong serves by Giulia Ruscazio and were able to pull ahead finally for the win thanks to strong hitting by Sophie O'Brien and Amanda Anderson.
> In the second and third sets the Panthers got out to early leads and despite several rallies by Rockland the Panthers never gave up their lead. In the third set the Panthers were led by outstanding play at the net by Halle Julian who dominated both blocking and hitting. The Panthers pushed the score to 21-15 and then Rockland's hitters came alive for a stretch to pull within a few points. In the end the Panthers serving and play at the net by the middle hitters proved to be too much for Rockland. Rockland gave the Panthers set and match point on a serve out of bounds. Leading the way for the Panthers tonight were Halle Julian with 12 kills and 7 blocks; Sophie O'Brien with 8 kills and 6 blocks; Jessica Nihan with 4 kills and solid defense; and Tori Perry with 34 assists. The Panthers are now 8-7 on the season and head to Hingham on Saturday.
The Panther golf squad lost to the Duxbury Dragons 212-231 today in the home team's final match at Ridder Farm for the season.
Captain John Murphy had a memorable day for his final home match in the Panthers uniform, as he carded an even par 34. Sophomore Owen Manning also played well with his 3 over par performance, while co-captain Luke Tamulevich turned in a 4 over par 38. Though the Panthers played well as a team, they could match the unbelievable play of Duxbury, who shot 8 over as a team.
The team has their 18th and final match of the season on Tuesday, when they travel to Widow's Walk to take on Scituate. The Panther's record dropped to 10-7 after today's loss, but they are hopeful to end the regular season on a positive note and become only the third team to reach 11 wins in a season.
The Whitman-Hanson Field Hockey Panthers played against the Plymouth North Eagles in Plymouth, MA. The Eagles outscored the Panthers by a tally of 2-0. The Eagles scored in the late first half off a penalty corner. Play was even by both teams. Early in the second half, the eagles were able to score off another penalty corner making the score 2-0. The Panthers were relentlessly attacking the Eagles defensive zone, especially in the latter part of the game. The Eagles defense held off the flurry of Panther surges to win the game.
Wednesday, October 12, 2016
The Panther golf team improved to 10-6 today after defeating non-league opponent East Bridgewater at Ridder Farm 33.5-20.5. The contest was played in match play format, which means each player battles their opposition and every hole is worth one point. Unlike stroke play where the low score wins, each player is capable of earning nine points, and in the end, the high score wins.
The two captains for Whitman Hanson lead in al ways today, each shooting a true 1 over par 35; Luke Tamulevich defeated his man 7.5-1.5, while fellow captain John Murphy won his match 5.5-3.5. Junior JP Drier continued his improved play as of late as he defeated his man 6.5-2.5. Lastly, Junior Aidan Cotter, in his first match as a Panther, shook off the nerves and defeated his man 7-2.
It was a total team win, especially in the unfamiliar scoring format, but the Panthers can celebrate only momentarily as they host the undefeated league champion Duxbury Dragons tomorrow in their final home match.
Tuesday, October 11, 2016
> Whitman-Hanson (1-8-1) lost 3-1 to Hanover at Whitman-Hanson. Down one at halftime sophomore Nolan Clack chipped the Hanover goalie to tie it up, but Hanover then scored two unanswered to win 3-1. Goalkeeper senior captain Conor Keane stopped 21 shots in net. Freshman sweeper Stevie Kelly played a real strong game.
The Whitman Hanson girls' soccer team improved to 11-0-1 with a 5-0 victory over Hanover in a Patriot League matchup. In the first half, Taylor Kofton had 2 goals and Sammi Smith had 1 to put the Panthers up 3-0 at the half. Lauren Bonavita (2 assists) scored 6 minutes in to the second half and Lexie Grazioso tallied the final goal to make it 5-0. Elana Wood, Olivia Johnson, Hannah Johnson and Jill Shangold all played strong defense and helped goalkeepers Sylar Kuzmich and Katie Amado combine for the shutout.
The Whitman Hanson golf team dropped its sixth match on the season today to Silver Lake, 232-248. Their record is now 9-6 with three to play.
The match medalist was senior captain Luke Tamulevich, who shot a 1 over par 35, while junior JP Drier shot a 39. The match was not the finest performance by the Panthers on the season, but the team is still confident with the remaining schedule that they can improve their record.
They face off against East Bridgewater tomorrow and Duxbury on Thursday.
The Whitman-Hanson Boys Cross Country team improved to 4-2 on the season with a 15-48 win over Silver Lake in Patriot League action. The Panthers took the top 5 spots with Sr Captain Bryce Pulkinen (17:21) leading the way. Sr Captain Lukas Moscoso and Jr Andrew Newman took the next two spots at 17:24. Jr Captain Jack Ryan was 4th at 17:28, and Jr Cam Wilson closed out the scoring placing 5th in 18:19. Silver Lake's Logan Arendt was the team's top finisher finishing 6th (18:29.)
The Panthers (1-5) got their first win of the season with a 21-38 win over Silver Lake at home Tuesday afternoon. Captain Nicole Norve and Olivia Morse took the top two spots in 21:02 and 21:09, respectively. Silver Lake's Ali Gavigan (3rd, 21:20) and Ally Tonsberg (4th, 22:12) tried to keep it close, but Whitman-Hanson's Julia Cosgrave, Lily Perkins, Camryn Boyce and Maeve Rooney took the next 4 places to seal the win.
Monday, October 10, 2016
The Whitman-Hanson Field Hockey Panthers played against the Middleboro Sachems in Middlebrow, MA today. The game ended in 0-0 tie. Though no team had a decisive advantage over the other, the game itself was not without its exciting moments. The ball moved well for both teams on Middleboro's home grassy field. The defense for the Panthers played extremely well in earning a shut out for their goalie, Molly MacKinnon. The Panthers will be back in action this Thursday when they travel to North Plymouth to face the Eagles.
Patriot League Record0-8-0
Saturday, October 8, 2016
> Sophomore Ethan Phelps ran 31 times for 196 yards with 1 touchdown and was 7 for 11 91 yards and a touchdown passing.
> Brendan Frawley carried 15 times for 81 yards and a touchdown.
> Jason Bosse caught the game winning score on 4th and 20 to put the Panthers Up for good.
> The defense once again came up huge all night Jacob Nixon had an interception, Marquis Brees had two fumble recoveries and Brett Holmes had 9 tackles.
> WH is now 4-1
Thursday, October 6, 2016
> Whitman-Hanson hosted Quincy tonight and played a great match but was unable to secure a victory losing 3-0 to the Presidents. In the first set the Panthers were led by strong serving from Jordyn Keith and Sophie O'Brien at the net. The Quincy attack was on point in the set and helped the Presidents pull out to 16-20 lead. The Panthers rallied back with strong defensive play and smart plays at the net. Amanda Anderson helped the Panthers pull ahead with strong serving to push the game to 24-22. Quincy was able to rally back to push the game to 26-26. The Panthers weren't able to capitalize on their opportunities to seal the victory and were held back by factors outside of either teams control that allowed Quincy to earn the first set victory.
> In the second set the Panthers fell behind early but put together a solid rally to climb back within 2 points at 11-13. Quincy then pulled ahead again and as a result of sloppy passing by the Panthers never really looked back earning the set victory at 25-21.
> In the third and final set the Panthers got out to an early lead thanks to O'Brien and some hitting errors by the Presidents. Tough serves by the Presidents pulled them back into the set and closed the Panther lead to 15-12. The teams played back and forth for the rest of the match with each team going on small runs of points. The Panthers got to match point at 24-21 and earned the set victory on a net violation by a Presidents. However, the point and set win was called off by one of the officials who challenged the call of the other game official. The Panthers knocked off their game by having the set victory taken away from them and struggled to get back to their game. The Presidents tough serves ultimately proved to be more than the Panthers could manage to end the match. The Presidents sealed the set and match win 26-24. Playing well for the Panthers were O'Brien with 9 kills and 5 blocks; Halle Julian with 7 kills and 7 blocks and Tori Perry with 18 assists. The Panthers fall to 6-7 on the season and prepare to host Hanover on Tuesday.
The Panther golf squad qualified for the state tournament today with their winnover Plymouth North 257-281 at Plymouth Country Club. Their record is now 9-5 with four matches left to play.
Senior Matt Josselyn was the match medalist with his 3 over par, 37 performance. Senior captain Luke Tamulevich was close behind with a 4 over par to help with the win. Junior Tommy Bombardier was the surprise of the match as he turned in a 7 over par performance, on a challenging course he had never played before.
The team will enjoy their win this weekend, but still look to improve their record next week.
Congratulations and good luck going forward to the team.
Wednesday, October 5, 2016
> Whitman-Hanson played at Scituate tonight and earned the straight set victory against the Sailors. The game scores were 25-13, 25-13 and 25-10. The Panthers played a solid game against a new volleyball program in the league and earned the victory with strong serving and smart play at the net. The Panthers were in control of the match from the very beginning and never looked back. The Panthers were led once again by their middles Halle Julian and Sophie O'Brien. Julian led the team with 11 kills and 4 blocks while O'Brien contributed 8 kills. Jordyn Keith once again ruled the night from the service line tallying another 6 aces in the match. The Panthers are now 6-6 on the season and prepare to host Quincy on Thursday night.
The Panther golf squad was defeated by the league powerhouse Hingham Harbormen today at South Shore Country Club 242-263. The loss drops the team's record to 8-5 overall, still one win shy of qualifying for the state tournament.
Senior captain Luke Tamulevich, senior Matt Josselyn and sophomore Owen Manning all tied for the lowest team score, each carding a 6 over par, 42. Co-captain John Murphy helped keep the match to within two strokes early on with his 7 over par, but that was as close as the Panthers would come to defeating the Harbormen.
Tomorrow, the team travels to a challenging Plymouth Country Club to face off against Plymouth North. With only five matches remaining on the season, the team is determined to make the most of their opportunities.
The Panthers (3-2) hosted Hingham in Boys Cross Country Wednesday afternoon losing 19-38 in a meet closer than the score would indicate. The Harbormen placed 1 through 4 over the 5K course behind Tristan DelAguila (17:07), Evan Goddard (17:07), Liam Nolan (17:11) and Jack Muldoon (17:12.) Whitman-Hanson took the next four spots with Jack Ryan (17:15), Lukas Moscoso (17:15), Bryce Pulkinen (17:20) and Andrew Newman (17:23.)
Hingham Girls Cross Country edged Whitman-Hanson (0-5) on the Panthers 5k course Tuesday afternoon 26-31. Kaylee Hill took first place (20:26) for Hingham while teammate Jackie Harrington placed 3rd (20:59). The Panthers Nicole Norve (20:46), Olivia Morse (21:03) and Julia Cosgrave (21:45) also finished in the top 5, but Hingham placed 6 of the next 7 runners to seal the victory.
Tuesday, October 4, 2016
Monday, October 3, 2016
Whitman Hanson girls' soccer(9-0-1) qualifies for the state tournament with a 5-3 victory over Marshfield. The Panthers jumped out to a 3-0 first half lead on goals by Taylor Kofton (2 assists) and 2 by Lauren Bonavita. Marshfield got one back in the second half on a penalty kick and Bonavita answered back with 2 more to make it 5-1. Marshfield scored on another penalty shot and a free kick to make it 5-3. Bonavita 4 goals(1 assists) provided the offensive firepower while Sammi Smith, Elana Wood, Carly Alexopolous, and Betty Blake played strong defensive games in front of keeper Skylar Kuzmich.
> The Panthers traveled to Bridgewater-Raynham to face off against the Trojans and came away with a strong victory in 5 sets. The game scores were 19-25, 25-21, 25-16, 9-25 and 15-12. The Panthers let the Trojans get out to an early lead in the first set and despite solid play the Panthers weren't able to climb back into the set. In the second and third sets the Panthers played well in all facets of the game and secured the victory in each set. In the fourth set Whitman-Hanson struggled in their passing game and allowed the Trojans to drive the game with their serving and hitting. The lose on the fourth set put both teams into a battle for the match victory in the fifth and deciding set. The Panthers found themselves behind quickly in the set with strong serving by the Trojans. The Panthers didn't let this get to them and they quickly rallied back to take the 8-7 lead as the teams changed sides. The Panthers never looked back and earned the victory thanks to solid serving by Giulia Ruscazio and Jordyn Keith. Playing well for the Panthers tonight were Jordyn Keith with 45 serve receives and 54 digs; Sophie O'Brien with 14 kills and 9 blocks; Halle Julian with 11 kills and 9 blocks; and Tori Perry with 30 assists. Whitman-Hanson moves to 5-6 on the season and travels to Scituate on Wednesday.
Sunday, October 2, 2016
Saturday, October 1, 2016
Friday, September 30, 2016
> Whitman -Hanson 41 Quincy 0
> Ethan Phelps rushed for 161 yards on 10 carries and 3 touchdowns and fellow sophomore Brendan Frawley rushed 14 times for 113 yards and 2 touchdowns. The defense was lead by seniors Anilton Corriea and Dylan Leighton and Marquis Williams Breese.
> 1) Brendan Frawley 10 yd run, (Jake O'Brien kick)
> Ethan phelps 12 yd run( O'Brien kick)
> 2) Phelps 12 yd run, (O'Brien kick)
> Ethan phelps 40 yd run( O'Brien kick)
> 3) Ryan Kennedy 28 yd catch from Phelps, kick no good
> 6+1 - Frawley 1 yd run, (O'Brien kick)
The Whitman Hanson girls improved to 8-0-1 with a hard fought 3-1 victory over Patriot league foe Scituate. The Panthers pressured Scituate right from the opening whistle only to find numerous early chances turned aside. Whitman Hanson finally got on the scoreboard when Lauren Bonavita took a nice feed turned and fired it past the Scituate keeper. Scituate quickly answered on a free kick and both teams headed to halftime 1-1. The second half saw both teams battle until Eve Montgomery took a Taylor Kofton pass and volleyed it past the Scituate keeper. Lauren Bonavita beat a Scituate defender getting her second of the game and accounting for the final 3-1. Katie Korzec, Elana Wood, Sammi Smith Carly Alexopoulos and Erin Wood all had strong performances for the Panthers. Skylar Kuzmich made 6 saves in the Panther net.
Thursday, September 29, 2016
The Whitman Hanson golf team defeated the visiting Hanover Indians today 265-277. Though not their performance of the year for the Panthers, they played well enough to improve to 7-4 on the season.
Junior Matt Stanish was the lone bright spot for Whitman Hanson and the match medalist today with a 5 over par, 41.
The team is two wins away from qualifying for the state tournament. Though they feel comfortable with their position in the season at this point, they need to push themselves to ensure they reach that milestone. Next week they host Quincy and travel to Hingham and Plymouth North.