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Thursday, April 27, 2017
The Panthers snuck past a young and talented Silver Lake team in a close meet Thursday afternoon, 71-64. Whitman-Hanson was led by Senior Captain Alexandra Santos who placed first in the 100 Meter Dash (12.7), the Long Jump (16' 2") and the Shot Put (26' 10") and also ran in the winning 4 x 100 Meter Relay team along with Ally Bartlett, Samantha Perkins and Lily Nolan. Bartlett, a Sophomore, also won the 400 Hurdles (74.3) and the Triple Jump (32' 1".) Nolan was a winner in the 200 (26.9.) Other notable performances included Julia Cosgrave in tge Mile (5:54) and Dorothy DiMascio-Donohue in the 100 Hurdles (16.9.
Junior Co-Captain Jim Dolan turned in another fine pitching performance to get the Panthers through the first 4 1/3 innings before giving way to senior John Murphy in the bottom of the fifth.
Murphy came in with men on first and second and one out and worked out of the jam. He then held Silver Lake scoreless in the bottom of the sixth while striking out 2 S-L batters.
Senior Co-Captain Luke Tamulevich came on to close in the seventh and had a 1-2-3 inning.
Tamulevich also had a big day at the plate, going 3 for 4 with two long doubles, a single and scored twice.
Sophomore Mike Cook was 2 for 3 with a single and a double and 2 RBI .
Whitman-Hanson is now 5-1 over all and 4-0 in the league.
The meet came down to the last event with Whitman-Hanson holding a 1 point lead, Silver won the 4x400 relay to secure the victory. Winners for Whitman-Hanson Brett Holmes was a triple winner in the 100 11.4 , Long jump 21' and Triple jump 40'2", Riley Holland won the shot 42'4" and discus 116'6", Joe Coletti won the 400 54.5and the 400 hurdles 61.1, Andrew Newman was the winner in the 2 mile.
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
Monday, April 24, 2017
Sophomore Rian Schwede pitched 6 and 1/3 innings of shutout ball before giving way to senior co-captain Luke Tamulevich.
Tamulevich came in with men on first and second and 1 out in the Pembrokethe bottom of the seventh, but after giving up a Pembroke single to load the bases, he stuck out the last 2 hitters to preserve the shutout.
Whitman-Hanson scored 2 runs in the top of the first inning as Tamulevich walked and Ethan Phelps singled. Mike Cook singled home Tamulevich, and Austin Hyde's double brought in Phelps.
The Panthers scored 2 more in the fifth inning as Tamulevich walked again and scored on a Jim Dolan double. Cook, who had 3 hits on the day, then knocked in Dolan.
Tyler Long and Matt Josselyn also had hits for Whitman-Hanson.
Whitman-Hanson is 4-1 overall, and 3-0 in the Patriot League.
Saturday, April 22, 2017
Thursday, April 20, 2017
Wednesday, April 19, 2017
> Whitman-Hanson defeated visiting Cardinal Spellman in baseball today, 13-3.
> Junior Co-Captain Jim Dolan was the winning pitcher, going six innings , giving up 1 earned run on 6 hits, walking 3, and striking out 6.
> Senior Co-Captain Luke Tamulevich relieved Dolan in the sixth inning, facing 3 batters, and giving up no runs.
> Tied after 4 innings, W-H scored 6 times in the fifth and added 5 more in the sixth.
> Ethan Phelps was 1-3 with an RBI and scored twice himself.
> Brett Spano had 2 hits and 3 RBI, and Mike Cook, Jim Dolan, Ty Long, Nicco Flamos and Matt Josselyn all had hits.
> Whitman-Hanson is 2-0 in the Patriot League and 3-1 overall.
Tuesday, April 18, 2017
Saturday, April 15, 2017
In going the distance, sophomore righty Rian Schwede pitched a gem for W-H , giving up 2 earned runs on 7 hits, striking out 2, and walking no one. Ethan Phelps, Jim Dolan, Mike Cook, Austin Hyde and Bob Caliri had singles for Whitman-Hanson. Luke Tamulevich, Matt Josselyn, and Caleb Burke chipped in with great defensive plays to prevent Minnechaug from scoring additional runs.
In the second inning and down 1-0, Minnechaug scored 2 runs on 3 singles by BrianTessicini, Nick Scibelli, and Koby Ray.
Minnechaug's starting pitcher Cam Guyer went 6 innings, giving up 1 earned run in the first inning, striking out 1, and walking 2.
Whitman-Hanson is now 2-0 in the Patriot League and 2-1 overall.
Minnechaug is 4-0 overall.
Other tournament teams that also played a single game Saturday at Plymouth North included Pope John Paul II, Bridgewater Raynham, Silver Lake, Plymouth North ,Taconic, Westfield, West Springfield, and Lincoln Sudbury.
Thursday, April 13, 2017
The Panthers dropped a long hard fought match at North Plymouth High school, 3-2 on Thursday. So Christian Marquez show grinded out a long straight-set win over Harry Jenkins at three singles, 6-4,6-4 to put the Panthers ahead 1-0. JR's Jason Bannon and Sean Leahy used their net presence to record a 6-1,6-1 win over Josh Metta and Christian Gusmon at number two doubles, putting the Panthers up 2-0. Plymouth North grabbed their first win as Patrick Cooney defeated JR Tyler Rice 6-4.6-4 in a physical back and forth battle at number two singles. Plymouth North would even the score with a win at number one doubles. Robert Cronin and Greg Schranze defeated So. Matt Hickey and Fr. Brian Fox 6-0,6-0. The match decided came down to the number one singles spot. Sr. Dan Hickey won the first set 6-4 over Plymouth North's Matt Withington. But Withington would battle back to win the final two sets 6-2,6-4 breaking serve in the final game to earn the 3-2 match victory for Plymouth North. The Panthers visit Pembroke on 4/24.
> After P-N went out to a 2-0 lead on a single and a throwing error in the bottom of the second inning, Whitman-Hanson scored 4 runs of its own in the top of the third as Luke Tamulevich and Matt Josselyn had the big hits.
> Whitman-Hanson added 2 more in the top of the fourth on long back-to-back triples by Ethan Phelps and Jim Dolan.
> W-H added 3 more in the fifth and 3 in the sixth, as Phelps added 2 singles and Tamulevich another 1.
> Austin Hyde had 3 hits, and Ty Long had a long double as he pinch hit in the seventh as W-H had a total of 14 hits in all.
> Co-Captain Jim Dolan, a junior righty, went the distance for the Panthers scattering 4 hits, striking out 4, and walking no one.
> W-H is 2-0 in the league and 2-0 overall.
> The Panthers will return to Plymouth North to play visiting Minnechaug in the inaugural Commonwealth Tournament, as 5 Eastern Mass teams will host five of the best teams from the West.
> Pope John Paul II will play Taconic at 9:00 am., W-H will play Minnechaug at 11:30, B-R will play Westfield at 2:00, Silver Lake will play West Springfield at 4:30, and Plymouth North will play Lincoln- Sudbury at 7:00 PM. under the lights, all games on the turf at Plymouth North
> The Whitman-Hanson Girls Varsity Lacrosse team lost a league game to Silver Lake this afternoon 9-5. Gabby Trongone played very well in her first game in goal with 10 saves for the Panthers. Scoring for WH was Ali Joanis (2 goals), Mel McAleer (1 goal, 3 assists), Riley MacDonald (goal), and Jess Nihan (goal). The loss drops the Panthers to 1-3 on the season ( 0-2 league).
> WH (3-1, 2-0) defeated PN 7-2. So. Kayla Crawford hit a 2R HR in the 1st inning to set the tone for the Panthers in a 4 R 1st inning. Jr. Colleen Hughes earned the win on the mound and hit a 2R HR. Sr Kelly Burke went 3-3 with 2 2B and 3 RBIs. Sr Sarah Saccardo went 2-3 with a 2B and scored 3 R. Jr Kristin Arthur went 2-3 with a R scored.
Wednesday, April 12, 2017
Tuesday, April 11, 2017
> The Panthers swept Marshfield 5-0 in Marshfield on Tuesday. Senior captain Dan Hickey served strong in his 6-1, 6-3 win at number one singles. Junior captain Tyler Rice had strong net play in his 6-1,6-2 win at two singles. Christian Marquez played a balanced all around match at three singles, winning 6-1,6-1. The number one doubles team of Matt Hickey and Brian Fox dominated from start to finish , not dropping a game in their 6-0,6-0 win. The number two doubles team of Jason Bannon and Sean Leahy finished off the sweep with a convincing 6-0,6-2 win
> Hingham 90 Whitman-Hanson 46
> It was a tale of two meets with Whitman-Hanson winning 5 out of 6 filed events led by double winner Brett Holmes long jump and triple jump, Brian Edwards won the high jump, Riley Holland won the shot put and Alex Oroak won the Javelin. The Panthers swept the triple jump and went 1 and 3 in the high jump and javelin Andrew Newman was the lone Panther winner on the track taking the 2 mile. Next up is Silver Lake
Monday, April 10, 2017
Sophomore righty Rian Schwede was on the mound to start the game for W-H and went 2 innings and gave up 1 run.
Senior Matt Josselyn relieved Schwede and pitched 2 innings, and he left with the score tied 3-3.
Senior John Murphy, Senior Co-Captain Luke Tamulevich, and Junior Co-Captain Jim Dolan each threw one of the final 3 innings and held Hingham scoreless.
On offense, sophomore Mike Cook had a big day, in the fourth inning hitting a long 3-run homer over the left-center field fence in Hingham , which gave W-H a 6-3 lead. He then hit a 2-3un triple in the top of the 6th. Mike had a total of 5 RBI on the day and scored twice himself.
Jim Dolan scored three times and was 3 for 4 on the day .
Matt Josselyn had a ground rule double in the fifth inning.
And senior catcher Bob Caliri hit a solo shot over the left field fence in the 7th to end the W-H scoring.
Overall W-H Record 1-0
Next Game is Plymouth North Thursday at Plymouth North.
Wednesday, April 5, 2017
WHITMAN-HANSON GIRLS TRACK DEFEATS HANOVER HIGH SCHOOL 75-61
The Panthers (1-0) traveled to Hanover High and won a close meet 75-61. Senior Captain Alex Santos won the shot put (27' 1") and the 100 Dash (12.5 seconds) and also finished 2nd in the Long Jump (16'.) Santos was also part of the 4 X 100 team that won in an impressive 52.3 seconds. Freshman Samantha Perkins was a winner in the 400 (71.0 seconds), anchored the 4 X 400 relay which won in 4:46 and placed 2nd in the Javelin (57' 14".) And Dorothy Dimascio-Donohue won the 100 Hurdles in 17.1 seconds, while also placing 2nd in the High Jump (4' 6") and Triple Jump (33' 1") and led off for the 4X400 Relay. Other athletes with impressive performances included Lily Nolan (4X100, Long Jump, 4X100) , Lillian Perkins-Reisdorf (Long Jump, 4X100, 400) and Olivia Reed who won the High Jump.
> Patriot League
> Whitman-Hanson 116 Hanover 20
> Whitman-Hanson had a solid opening meet winning every event, the Panthers were led by triple winner Brett Holmes, he won the long jump, triple jump and 100, he also was on the winning 4x100 team. Double winners for the Panthers Riley Holland shot put and discus, Joe Coletti 400 Hurdles and 400, Andrew Newman mile and 2 mile, Brian Edwards high jump and 100 hurdles. Also taking home wins Billy Martell 200, Alex Oroak javelin, Jack Ryan 800. Next up is Hingham.
> WH 1-0
Friday, March 31, 2017
Sunday, March 19, 2017
Monday, March 13, 2017
Well, it was quite a weekend for Whitman-Hanson. Our boys basketball team upset favored O'Bryant High School in the South Sectional finals on Saturday to win the title and move on to the Eastern Massachusetts Championship at the Boston Garden tomorrow (Monday 3/13/17) night at 7:30pm. But that was not the end of the Panther success. Our cheerleading team competed at the state championships at Wachusett High School today where they were absolutely spectacular pulling off a near perfect performance to win their 11th state title and 6th in the last 4 years (including fall season as well). The girls were treated with a police escort back to the school and greeted by the entire boys basketball team and their parents.
For those staff members going to the Boston Garden tonight you can purchase tickets at www.ticketmaster.com and search MIAA. There is also a direct link at www.whathletics.com . Even though the game is at 7:30pm, you will be buying the ticket that says 2:15pm as it is good for the entire day of games. We may still have a need for some chaperones to ride fan busses so if you are interested in that please email me. If you did email me already and didn't get a reply, please send again as I have received so many emails in the last 24 hours that some may have been overlooked.
Thanks again to everyone for their support of our athletic program and our student athletes.
Here are some links to articles about Saturdays game as well as pictures from the day.
https://flic.kr/s/aHskVQNNWw (here are the pictures that Sue Moss took at the game)
Sunday, March 5, 2017
Friday, March 3, 2017
48 Girls teams from across the State sent some of their best Track and Field athletes to compete in yesterday's MSTCA State Pentathlon Meet at the Reggie Lewis Center in Boston. Each team was allowed to enter 3 athletes. Representing Whitman-Hanson were Seniors Alex Santos and Sophomores Dorothy DiMascio-Donohue and Allison Bartlett. The Pentathlon tests not only the athletic ability of the competitors but their stamina as well. Five different events, the 55 Hurdles, High Jump, Long Jump, Shotput, and 800 Meter run are completed in a three hour span. The Whitman-Hanson athletes were outstanding as a team finishing 10th of the 48 entries. 144 Individual athletes competed with Alex Santos finishing 19th overall, Dorothy-DiMascio Donohue 30th, and Allison Bartlett 78th. Extraordinary results from three incredible athletes.