The Whitman Hanson Girls soccer team improved to 2-0-1 with a 2-2 tie at Hingham. Hingham took a 1-0 lead in the second period before Ella Nagle took a Nora Manning cross and slammed it home to tie the score before the half. After Hingham took a 2-1 lead Kelsee Wozniak took a Makenna Marshall pass and dribbled a Hingham defender before firing a 20yd left footed laser in the top corner. The defense of Abby Carew, Ava Melia, Skylar Jordan and Makenna Marshall were strong all evening. Olivia Borgen and Nora Manning turned in strong performances.
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Thursday, October 8, 2020
Wednesday, October 7, 2020
Whitman Hanson scores their lowest total on the season, lead by Captain Miller, who lead all scorers for the second match in a row with a 4 over 38. Senior Nic Daly stepped up as well with the second lowest score on the day with a 7 over, 41, while juniors Cam Murray and Matt Casarano each shot a 43 to help push the Panthers to victory.
Though the team's record (1-5) doesn't fully reflect their talent, the Panthers are steadily improving with each match; they hope to that continues tomorrow as they travel to South Shore Country Club to take on the league leading Hingham Harbormen.
Tuesday, October 6, 2020
The WH Panthers enjoyed a fought-hard match against the Silver Lake Lakers at the Country Club of Halifax (par 36) in hopes of earning their first win on the season, but fell just short losing 262-267 to fall to 0-5 on the season.
Capt Aidan Miller lead all scorers with a 2 over par 38 to continue his impressive play on the year. Junior Drew Sullivan broke out of his recent slump to turn in a 7 over 43 to help keep things competitive.
Though the team was disappointed in coming up short, they were encouraged by their best team score on the season. They travel to Presidents Golf Course to take on North Quincy tomorrow.
The Whitman Hanson Girls’ Soccer team improved to 2-0 with a 2-1 victory over Marshfield. Kelsee Wozniak and Kayla Cassidy were the goal scorers while strong performances were turned in by Ava Melia, Skylar Jordan, and Anna Sullivan. Kylee Colclough and Reese Codero split the goaltending duties.
Monday, October 5, 2020
Sunday, October 4, 2020
Our first full week of all fall sports (except football and cheerleading which have moved to a new season in February) is in the books and we are very appreciative of all the hard work of all involved to make this a reality. Our coaching staff has adapted well to all of the new restrictions and modifications with the understanding that the most important aspect of this season is to make sure the students have the opportunity to be a part of their team once again.
- In order to attend games, whether home or away, you must be wearing a school issued lanyard. This lanyard must be visible. Please be respectful of staff who may ask to see it.
- Volleyball parents may only attend home games at this time. This is due to the EEA guidelines regarding indoor events. All other sports, parents may attend away games provided they are wearing their lanyard at all games except at: Plymouth North, North Quincy and Hanover. These three towns are still exploring their options regarding allowing spectators from other towns and we will update you when we get more information.
- At all events, spectators MUST wear a mask and remain at least 6 feet (Preferably 12 feet) away from the next group. You may sit with the people from your household, but you may not sit or stand with others. Please be respectful of this requirement as it is intended not just for your own safety but for those around you.
Now lets give you an update on how some of our teams did this week
- The Whitman Hanson Girls' soccer Team opened the season with a 4-0 victory over visiting Notre Dame of Hingham. After a scoreless first 20 minutes WH opened the scoring when Kelsee Wozniak took an Olivia Borgen feed dribbled the keeper and fired it into the open net. 5 minutes later Kayla Cassidy fired a shot from 18yds out to give the Panthers a 2-0 lead. In the third period Wozniak added another while Lauryn Fostello finished off the scoring. The defense of Ava Melia, Emily Leitch, Makenna Marshall and Abby Carew was solid in front of keepers Kylee Colclough and Reese Codero who split the goalkeeping duties.
- Whitman- Hanson boys soccer travelled to league opponent Duxbury on Friday. Both sides played a spirited game, and both were able to adapt to the new rules. At halftime the score was tied 0-0, and the game was very equal up to this point. In the 60th minute junior Jack Allen scored a one time volley from Peyton Collins to make the score 1-0 for W-H. In the 74th minute Peyton Collins scored from a direct free kick 25 yards out to make it 2-0. Duxbury fought hard to get one in the 80th minute, and they made it very interesting in the end; but W-H held on for the win.
- Whitman Hanson volleyball fell to Notre Dame Academy 0-3 (24-26, 18-25, 12-25) in last night's season opening, non-league, game. The first set was the closest, 24-26, however, despite the Panther's valiant effort, they could not keep their lead. Junior Izzy Baker made her first varsity appearance and started all three sets. For the third and final set, Baker switched to libero. This was Baker's first time as libero, and she did not disappoint. Junior Abby Martin was another crucial member in the battel against the Cougars. Martin was one of the team's leaders in kills, picking up right where she left off from last season. The Panthers record is now 0-1; they are back in action on Tuesday when they face Marshfield.
- The Whitman-Hanson Boys Cross Country downed Silver Lake at home 16-45 on Friday. Senior Theo Kamperides (16:51) led the way for the Panthers on the 5K course. Others scoring for the home team were SR Liam Cafferty (2nd, 17:55), JR Nathan Tassey (3rd, 17:59), JR Gordon Johnson (4th, 18:54), and SR Andrew Bergin (6th, 19:58.)
- Whitman-Hanson Girls Cross Country (0-1) fell to Silver Lake Regional (1-0) on its 5K (3.1 Mile) home course Thursday afternoon 25-32. Top finishers for the Panthers were Junior Captain Myah Kamperides (3rd, 20:59); Junior Captain Anna Flynn (4th; 22.23), Senior Isabelle Amado (5th; 22:36); Senior Captain Bryn Miller (8th; 23:45) and Junior Sarah Boulger (12th; 24:58.)
- The Whitman-Hanson Field Hockey team dropped their opener to Silver Lake, 2-1. Lakers' forward Antonia Lerardi scored the first goal in the second quarter. The Panthers pushed the Lakers defense back in the second quarter, but not enough to capitalize. The Panthers got a goal in the third from Junior forward Lauren Dunn to tie the game. The game went end to end until Lerardi scored again late in the fourth quarter.
- The WH Panthers golf team faced the Duxbury Dragons at the Duxbury Yacht Club for their fourth contest on the season, but were defeated 232-275 to fall to 0-4 on the season.
Senior Captain Aidan Miller was again the team medalist with his 4 over par, 40, with senior Graham Stewart and junior Pat MCBroom followed closely each with a 6 over performance.
The team will rest up and practice hard this weekend, as they have an uphill climb next week with three away matches against some strong competition.
Wednesday, September 30, 2020
> Senior Captain Aidan Miller stepped up, though, shooting a 5 over 39 with 4 pars to tie for match medalist. Veteran Seniors Nic Daly and Graham Stewart both carded a 10 over par on the day; in their first match sporting the Panther uniform, seniors Frankie Manganiello, Ty Gordon and Tommy Marshall shot a 46, 47, and 48 respectively.
> Overall, this was the best showing of the team this year, but they still have their best golf ahead of them; they hope to stay competitive with the Duxbury Dragons tomorrow at the Yacht Club.
> "Although this year's celebration of our seniors looked Very different than it has in the past, we were happy to give these guys the recognition they deserve," said Head Coach Brian Dempsey. "At the end of the day, win or lose, they should all be proud of their efforts today and enjoy the fact that they still have much of the season ahead of them." Congratulations to all the seniors!
Tuesday, September 29, 2020
Despite the loss, there were some bright spots on the day, one being the 7 over performance of senior Graham Stewart. Stewart had two birdies on the day to lead the Panthers in scoring. Not far behind him was senior captain Aidan Miller, who carded an 8 over par 43, including four pars on the day.
With the shortened season in place, the Panthers are scheduled to have their senior night match tomorrow against an underrated Plymouth North team, with six senior Panthers being celebrated.
On Thursday, the team travels to the prestigious Duxbury Yacht Club to take on the perennial powerhouse Dragons.
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Are you ready for some FOOTBALL!!!!
The Panther football team will be holding conditioning, install sessions and our inter squad touch football league starting Tuesday October 6th:
You must signup at www.whathletics.com - the sport to select is FALL One Football Practice. You must have an up to date physical on file with the school nurse. She is the only one who will accept your physical. Her email address is firstname.lastname@example.org . You also must complete the new concussion test which is available at www.whathletics.com . You must use google chrome when taking the test and you have to be someplace quiet with no distractions. If you text, use your phone, have the TV on etc, the test will know and it will invalidate the results.
Session Days: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
Time: 3:00-4:15 (Report at this time no hanging around the school)
Place: Football Practice Field (We will meet here every session)
What to Bring: Mask (to be worn at all times) water
We are going to have a blast competing and building the team for those Frozen Night Lights!!
Be ready to have some fun, its go time!!!!
*All players please check your HUDL accounts for information regarding the Inter Squad Football League; we will be drafting teams on Monday
Friday, September 18, 2020
There is information on the testing and program on the website. To begin testing:
You click on: Athlete Testing
The Whitman-Hanson Testing Login is:
Testing login – Username: whitmanhansonhs Password: whitmanhanson1!
The Athlete then will enter the Athlete ID in this format for our programs:
lastname-firstname-month of birth-day of birth-year of birth (i.e. doe-john-08-22-2004)
Thursday, June 25, 2020
Peters has more than 20 years of hockey experience as a player, coach, business owner and marketing professional. He spent the last two years as an assistant coach at Scituate High School where he worked with head coach Brian Hurcombe, who was a member of the 1995 Whitman Hanson state finalist team. He also worked with the New Jersey Devils for 10 years as a marketing and youth hockey outreach coordinator. In addition, he owns and operates his own hockey skill development company where he trains young hockey players of all different ability levels.
"Losing Coach Googins was a huge disappointment but we are excited to have such a talented young coach to continue where Chris left off. Rob shares the values we strive to foster in our athletic department and our school," Whitman Hanson Athletic Director Bob Rodgers said. "We were fortunate to have so many strong candidates interested in our program but it was clear Coach Peters has a vision for our team and has a track record to bring that plan to fruition."
Peters made a point to thank Coach Hurcombe and the entire Scituate High School community and while he is sad to say goodbye to the Sailors he is excited for this new opportunity. "I have been fortunate throughout this process to learn a lot about Whitman-Hanson High School," Peters said. "The values and philosophies their athletic department instills in their student athletes directly parallel who I try to be as a person and coach. I am excited to see this relationship flourish as I do my best to build on an already disciplined and respected hockey program."
Whitman Hanson, which competes in the Keenan Division of the Patriot League, advanced to the sectional semifinals this past season, finished 17-6-1.
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