Sunday, March 19, 2017

WH Cheer Wins New Englands

Congrats to our cheerleaders for completing the sweep of the winter season by winning the New England Division 2 Championship. This means our team has won the National Title, the Patriot League crown, South Regionals, State Title and New England championship.

Monday, March 13, 2017

Title Town




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.

http://www.bostonglobe.com/sports/high-schools/2017/03/11/whitman-hanson-tops-bryant-win-straight-south-title/U0JuD4PYAjJoFbYJpUo1HJ/story.html?event=event25

 

http://www.bostonherald.com/sports/high_school/2017/03/south_boys_basketball_whitman_hanson_goes_long_for_div_2_title

 

http://www.enterprisenews.com/sports/20170311/boys-basketball-whitman-hanson-dominates-to-claim-south-basketball-title

 

http://www.patriotledger.com/sports/20170311/whitman-hanson-claims-division-2-south-basketball-title?rssfeed=true

 

https://flic.kr/s/aHskVQNNWw  (here are the pictures that Sue Moss took at the game)

 

 

 


Sunday, March 5, 2017

WH Cheer Wins South Regional

The Whitman-Hanson Cheerleading team won the 2017 winter South Regional today at Whitman-Hanson.  The girls now advance to the State Championship next Sunday in Wachusetts.




WH Cheerleading with a winning performance

Friday, March 3, 2017

Whitman-Hanson Girls Track & Field



 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.

Thursday, March 2, 2017

Our Girls Basketball Seniors

Girls Track Practice Information

Girls Track
Girls will meet March 20 on the indoor track at 2:20, hold a brief meeting, and then, weather permitting, head to the outdoor track.

NO CUTS!!!!

Boys Track Information

The first day Boys Track will meet at 2:30 in the locker room and go to the track after that.


Each day after that we will meet at the outdoor track at 2:30 

Softball Tryout Information

SOFTBALL

Monday 3/20 - ALL grades - 3:30-5:30 
                    outdoors 3:30-4:30
                    indoors (cage side 4:30-5:30) 
                    pitchers and catchers til 6:00 - only need 1 half of gym
                    (a lot of the girls have NHS inductions so I need to be done by 5:30). 

Tuesday 3/21 - ALL grades - 3:30-5:30
                               outdoors-3:30-4:30
                               indoors 4:30-5:30 (cage side)
                               pitchers/catchers 5:30-6 - only need 1 half of gym

*If its indoors only for tryouts 
Monday - 3:15-5:30 (because of NHS)
Tuesday - 4:30-6:30.


Wednesday will be regular practice schedule for JV/V 

Girls LAX Tryout Information

W-H Girls Lacrosse Try-out Information
When:
Monday 3/20-Wednesday 3/22 from 2:00-4:00 at the turf. Teams will be assembled after Wednesday’s try-outs. * Varsity practices are 2:00-4:00 also M-F
Scrimmages (home):              JV (5:15PM) & Varsity (4PM) vs. Apponoquet Fri 3/24
                                   Varsity (6PM) vs. Weymouth Tues 3/28
Varsity will have Sunday practices this year (5:30-7PM)
What to bring:
All girls MUST have a stick, mouthguard, sneakers (AND cleats if you have them) and goggles to try out.
NO cell phones out at try-outs or practice!!
Must have current physical, impact test, and must be signed up online. Your parents need to sign up at www.whathletics.com
Grades:
Every student MUST have passed  5 full credit courses (school service does not count) for term 2.  The same goes for Quarter 3 or else you will have to leave the team. You are a STUDENT first.

Twitter:
Please follow me on Twitter for any updates on try-outs, schedules, etc.   @WH_GirlsLax
You should also talk to my Captains (Mik White, Mel McAleer, & Taylor McVeigh) for preseason conditioning info

Expectations:
I look for a few things for varsity players
1.      Hard-workers (girls that see conditioning as a way to improve and get in better shape, not as a punishment)
2.      Team players (girls that motivate each other- this is a team sport, don’t be negative)
3.      NO WHINING (complaining or whining means we do more)
4.      Hustle- even if your stick skills aren’t perfect I watch to see who hustles the most. Lacrosse involves constant movement.
5.      Commitment- you are expected to practice at game speed & never miss a practice for anything other than school-related activities (jobs are not an excuse).


Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Sunday League Playoffs

Sunday League Playoffs
Saturday 3/4
10am     Game 1                                Team 1 (Murphy)             vs.          Team 3 (Daly)
10am     Game 2                                Team 4 (Badger)               vs.          Team 8 (Martell)
11am     Game 3                                Team 7 (Coon)                  vs.          Team 5 (Herlihy)
11am     Game 4                                Team 2 (Bombardier)     vs            Team 6 (Cafferty)

Sunday 3/12      
10am     Game 1 loser     vs  Game 2 loser
10am     Game 3 loser     vs  Game 4 loser
11am     Game 1 winner vs Game 2 winner
11am     Game 3 winner vs Game 4 winner

Noon     Championship

Monday, February 20, 2017

WH vs Foxboro

WH (11-8, 9-6) dropped the first game of the Foxboro tournament 54-39 to Foxboro. Taylor McVeigh led the Panthers with 10 points and 12 rebounds. Sr Chloe Roberts had 10 points So Kathryn Dunn had 6 points.

Saturday, February 18, 2017

2/18/17 WHSL girls varsity hockey

The Whitman Hanson / Silver Lake hockey team beat Plymouth in a non league game 3-2  at Armstrong Arena in Plymouth tonight. WHSL was led by  MK Webb with a goal and an assist, Also scoring were Delaney Grace and Colleen Hughes while Hannah Tracy added 2 assists. Melissa Crone made 20 saves in net while playing a great game with several key saves. WHSL's next game is Friday  2/24 vs. Scituate at Rockland Arena at 12:45pm

Thursday, February 16, 2017

Best Buddies Fundraiser

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Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Girls Hockey Wins Again

The Whitman Hanson /Silver Lake varsity hockey team beat Norwell today in a league game at The Bog 5 to 0. WHSL was led by Mel McAleer ( 2 goals and an assist), and Hannah Tracy (1 goal and 2 assists). Also scoring was Alyssa Murphy and Colleen Hughes. Katie Johnson (2 assists), Natalie Nemes, Delaney Grace and Sophia Dauksevicz played a solid game on defense. Melissa Crone made 9 saves in goal to record her 4th shutout of the season. Our next game is Saturday night against Plymouth at the Armstrong rink at 8pm


2/15/17 WHSL girls varsity hockey

The Whitman Hanson / Silver Lake hockey team tied Medway/Ashland in a non league game 3-3 at The New England Sports Center. WHSL was led by Mel McAleer and Alyssa Murphy who each had 1 goal and 1 assist, MK Webb added the other goal while Hannah Tracy, Meagan Elwood, Katie Johnson and Delaney Grace added an assist. Melissa Crone made 22 saves in net. WHSL's next game is Wednesday  2/15 vs. Norwell at the Bog in Kingston at 4:20 pm.

WH Girls Basketball vs Dux

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> WH (10-7, 8-6) lost to Duxbury 40-30. Sr Taylor McVeigh had 10 points and Sr Chloe Roberts had 9 points (3 3FG).

Monday, February 13, 2017

2/13/17 WHSL girls varsity hockey

The Whitman Hanson / Silver Lake hockey team tied Medway/Ashland in a non league game 3-3 at The New England Sports Center. WHSL was led by Mel McAleer and Alyssa Murphy who each had 1 goal and 1 assist, MK Webb added the other goal while Hannah Tracy, Meagan Elwood, Katie Johnson and Delaney Grace added an assist. Melissa Crone made 22 saves in net. WHSL's next game is Wednesday  2/15 vs. Norwell at the Bog in Kingston at 4:20 pm.-


Sunday, February 12, 2017

WH Gymnastics

With an end of the season kick, Whitman-Hanson put up its highest team score of 124.5 in their season finale Patriot League Championship competition. In a full team effort, the Panthers produced their season high event totals on floor (34.05) as well as their most difficult uneven bars apparatus (29.3).

Sarah Bombardier posted one of her highest all-around scores of the season (32.6) to earn 8th place in the Patriot League Championship all-round competition. Kaylee Torpey earned her highest all-around score of the season (31.5) to take 11th place in thr Patriot League Championship all-around competition.
With one of the most difficult uneven bar routines in the Patriot League, Sarah Bombardier was named one of two Patriot League All-Stars on the bars apparatus.

Erin McCoy received Whitman-Hanson's Scholar Athlete Award for her exemplary academic performance this semester balanced with her complete fulfillment of athletic duty.

Joelle Puopolo earned Whitman-Hanson's Sportsmanship Award for her unwavering commitment to her team, always leading by example with a disciplined work ethic, positive attitude, willingness to step up, and ability to connect with all teammates.

Whitman-Hanson's head coach, Rachel Cohen, was named Patriot League Coach of the Year for the 2016-2017 season.

Whitman-Hanson Varsity Gymnastics' first season was an extraordinary learning experience filled with lots of fun and fantastic achievements. This young team has a very bright future and is already looking forward to even greater success next season!
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WH Athletics Recap

What an amazing week of accomplishments in WH Athletics.  We hope you enjoy today’s recap.

1)      The Whitman Hanson Cheerleading team Saturday won their 10th straight winter league championship and an astounding 19th straight overall (including fall). 
The girls are fresh off their national championship in Dallas where they won the small advanced in the NCA competition. 
Finishing second at the Patriot League championship was Duxbury followed by Plymouth North. 

Next up for Whitman-Hanson will be a local comp and then regionals on March 5th at Whitman-Hanson. 

2)      The Whitman Hanson / Silver Lake girl’s hockey team beat Scituate in a league game 9-2 at Hobomock Ice Arena last night clinching the league title for the second straight year. This is an amazing accomplishment especially considering we are only in our third year as a co-op together.  WHSL was led by Maddie Soule who scored her first goal of the year, Hannah Tracy had 3 goals and 1 assist, Mel McAleer added 2 goals and an assist, Alyssa Murphy had 1 goal and 2 assist, Mary Kate Webb added a goal and 3 assists while Zoe Lyndon added a goal and Natalie Nemes added 3 assists, Melissa Crone made 19 saves while recording the win in net. WHSL's next game is Monday 2/13 vs. Medway/Ashland at the New England Sports Center in Marlboro at 8:10 pm.
3)      The Whitman-Hanson Panther Wrestling team competed at the Division 2 South Sectionals Saturday held at North Attleboro HS.  The Panthers came to wrestle and finished the day with three finalists and a total of 67 points on the day.
Finishing second at 113 pounds was co-Captain Jake Filicicchia.  Jake finished 3-1 for the tournament.  Next up was senior Alex O'Roak at 182 pound.  Alex went 2-1 on the day and defeated the number 2 seed in the semi finals to advance to the finals.  Alex had a great tournament and ended up in second place.  At 220 pounds senior co-captain John Will also went 3-1 on the day and finished in second place losing a close 3-0 in the finals. 
By virtue of their second place finishes all three Panther wrestlers will be competing at the Division 2 State Tournament next Friday and Saturday being held at Algonquin, HS.     
4)      The girls basketball team (10-6, 8-5) clinched a tournament berth on Tuesday with a 63-32 win over Pembroke. Srs Taylor McVeigh (15 points 13 rbs) and Sophie O'Brien (14 points and 10 rbs). Sr Chloe Roberts scored 15 off the bench for the Panthers.  The girls have really showed great improvement all season and are excited to return to post season play.

5)      The boys basketball team clinched back to back league titles for the first time in school history by beating Hingham Friday night.  The team’s identity all season has been playing great team defense and that was the story on Friday beating Hingham, 56-42.  The three captains have shown great leadership all season and that was on display Friday as well - Luke Tamulevich (19 points), Nikko Raftes (15 points) and Lucas Franklin (6 points).

6)      The boys track team turned in a great performancet at the Patriot League Meet finishing in 4th place.
Top three finishers:
Riley Holland 2nd Shot Put
Jack Ryan 2nd Mile
Brian Edwards 2nd High Jump
4x400 Relay 2nd( Joe Coletti, Andrew Tassey, Jack Ryan, Ian Duffey Dan Cashman 3rd Long Jump Andrew Newman 3rd 2 mile Ian Duffey 3rd 1000

Cashman, Duffey, Holland, Newman,Edwards, Ryan and Lucas Muscoso all qualified for states. 

***One other great note from boys track.  Alum Paul Duffey, who now runs for Northeastern, became just the 2nd known Whitman-Hanson runner to break the magical 4 minute mile.  Paul ran in 3:59.30 at the BU Valentine meet.

7)      The girls track team ran to a 3rd place finish behind a number of medal winners.  Alex Santos placed 1st in the 55 Meter Dash in 7.62 seconds, finished 2nd in the Long Jump at 15' 10.5", and ran the lead off leg of the 4 x 200 team which finished 2nd. Carly Alexopoulos, Ally Barrett and Lily Nolan were also medal winners in the 4 x 400.  Captain Olivia Morse in the 600, Captain Lily Nolan in the 300 and Nicole Norve in the 1000 all captured medals.  And Victoria Boss also took 3rd place in the Freshman 1000.

8)      The boys hockey team is in a rebuilding phase this year and they have played much better than their record would indicate.  They gave fans plenty to cheer about on Senior night by skating to a 1-1 tie with Quincy.  Korey Howard had the goal and senior captain David Perry was sensational in net.

9)      We couldn’t be more proud of our first year gymnastics team.  They finished 5th in the Patriot League meet yesterday.  We are still awaiting all of the official scores from the meet and once we get them we will post them online.
Congrats to all of the girls and first year coach Rachel Cohen. 

10)  Our co-op girls swim team finished 3rd at the league meet.  Many of the girls recorded best times in the event.

Pheobe placed 9th in the 200 IM with a 3:03.66
Niki Kamperides got 6th in the 50 free with a 31.54
Sabrina O'Connor got an all time best score in diving with a 180!!!! 
Madison Navicky 5th in the 100 free with a 1:08.19
Sabrina O'Connor got 8th in the 500 Free with a 7:49.76
Madison Navicky 4th in the 100 Back 1:17.07

To see pictures from many of these events there are a few places to find them.  Go to www.whathletics.com and look for the specific story by scrolling down.  In addition, you can click on the link that says pictures and anything Sue Moss took is posted there.  In addition, if you follow us on twitter @whathletics you will see many pictures. 


Saturday, February 11, 2017

2/11/17 WHSL girls varsity hockey

The Whitman Hanson / Silver Lake hockey team beat Scituate in a league game 9-2 at Hobomock Ice Arena tonight clinching the league title. WHSL was led by Maddie Soule who scored her first goal of the year, Hannah Tracy had 3 goals and 1 assist, Mel McAleer added 2 goals and an assist, Alyssa Murphy had 1 goal and 2 assist, Mary Kate Webb added a goal and 3 assists while Zoe Lyndon added a goal and Natalie Nemes added 3 assists, Melissa Crone made 19 saves while recording the win in net. WHSL's next game is Monday 2/13 vs. Medway/Ashland at the New England Sports Center in Marlboro at 8:10 pm.


Panther Wrestlers Compete at D2 South Sectionals

The Whitman-Hanson Panther Wrestling team competed at the Division 2 South Sectionals today held at North Attleboro HS.  The Panthers came to wrestle and finished the day with three finalists and a total of 67 points on the day.
Finishing second at 113 pounds was co-Captain Jake Filicicchia.  Jake finished 3-1 for the tournament.  Next up was senior Alex O'Roak at 182 pound.  Alex went 2-1 on the day and defeated the number 2 seed in the semi finals to advance to the finals.  Alex had a great tournament and ended up in second place.  At 220 pounds senior co-captain John Will also went 3-1 on the day and finished in second place losing a close 3-0 in the finals. 

By virtue of their second place finishes all three Panther wrestlers will be competing at the Division 2 State Tournament next Friday and Saturday being held at Algonquin, HS.     

Sectional photo L to R

Coach Baker
Coach Rabinovitz
Jake Filicicchia
John Will
Alex O'Roak
Coach Snyder

WH Cheer Makes it 10 Straight

The Whitman Hanson Cheerleading team today won their 10th straight winter league championship and 19th straight overall (including fall).

The girls are fresh off their national championship in Dallas where they won the small advanced in the NCA competition.

Finishing second at the Patriot League championship was Duxbury followed by Plymouth North.

Next up for Whitman-Hanson will be a local comp and then regionals on March 5th at Whitman-Hanson.

Friday, February 10, 2017

Whitman-Hanson Girls Track & Field

In this evening's Patriot League Championship Meet, the Whitman-Hanson Girls ran to a 3rd place finish behind a number of medal winners.  Alex Santos placed 1st in the 55 Meter Dash in 7.62 seconds, finished 2nd in the Long Jump at 15' 10.5", and ran the lead off leg of the 4 x 200 team which finished 2nd. Carly Alexopoulos, Ally Barrett and Lily Nolan were also medal winners in the 4 x 400.  Captain Olivia Morse in the 600, Captain Lily Nolan in the 300 and Nicole Norve in the 1000 all captured medals.  And Victoria Boss also took 3rd place in the Freshman 1000.

Boys Track With A Strong Night

Whitman-Hanson

The Panthers turned in a great night at the Patriot League Meet finishing in 4th place.

Top three finishers

Riley Holland 2nd Shot Put
Jack Ryan 2nd Mile
Brian Edwards 2nd High Jump
4x400 Relay 2nd( Joe Coletti, Andrew Tassey, Jack Ryan, Ian Duffey Dan Cashman 3rd Long Jump Andrew Newman 3rd 2 mile Ian Duffey 3rd 1000


Cashman, Duffey, Holland, Newman,Edwards, Ryan and Lucas Muscoso all qualified for states. 

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Girls Basketball Clinches

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> WH (10-6, 8-5) clinched a tournament berth with a 63-32 win over Pembroke. Srs Taylor McVeigh (15 points 13 rbs) and Sophie O'Brien (14 points and 10 rbs). Sr Chloe Roberts scored 15 off the bench for the Panthers.

Congrats to our National Champs!

Congratulations to our Cheerleading team for winning Nationals in Dallas

Saturday, February 4, 2017

2//4/17WH/SL girls varsity hockey






The Whitman Hanson / Silver Lake hockey team beat Stoughton in a league game 9-2 at Rockland Ice Arena tonight.WHSL was led by Sarah Govoni and Tess Corkery who each scored their first Varsity goals, Alyssa Murphy had 3 goals and 2 assist while Mel McAleer had a goal and 4 assists, also scoring were Hannah Tracy with 2 goals and an assist while Meagan Elwood and Delaney Grace added goals. WHSL next game is Wednesday 2/8 vs. Latin Academy at the Bog in Kingston at 8:00 pm.


Whitman-Hanson Wrestling Quad




The WH Panther Wrestling team held senior day on Saturday January 4th.  Unfortunately it was a tough day for the Panther Wrestlers as the team went 0-3 on the day.  The highlights for the Panthers were 113 pound Jake Filicicchia going 3-0 on the day with 2 pins bringing his record to 26-5 overall.  John Will at 220 pounds went 2-1 on the day with 2 pins bringing his season record to 27-9.  Other winners for the Panthers included Matt Rock, Bethany Ralph, Tyler Cullinan, and Steve Osborne.  Final meet scores were WH 25 Norwood 42; WH 12 Arlington 50; WH 12 BPCC 51.

Next up for WH is the Division 2 Sectionals being held at North Attleboro on Saturday February 11th. 

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Split Decision for WH Basketball

Whitman- Luke Tamulevich (21 points 10 rebounds), Jake Hanson Bartlett (17 points 10 rebounds), Nikko Raftes (12 points) led WH boys basketball to a 71-54 win over Scituate.  Lucas Franklin was a lock down defender and Bryan Tyrie added 9 points for the Panthers (10-3, 8-2).

Scituate - Unfortunately, WH girls basketball (8-6, 6-5) lost 49-45 to a tough Scituate team. Sr Sarah Saccardo led the Panthers with 15 points.
 

Saturday, January 28, 2017

Whitman-Hanson Wrestling Quad




The Panther Wrestling team had a tough day on Saturday at the Hanover quad meet losing all three matches on the day.  Several Panthers wrestled very well on the day led by 220 pound co-captain John Will.  John went 3-0 on the day with 3 pins, including an :08 pin in his opening match.  John now has a team leading 25-7 record on the season.  Wrestlers with 2 wins on the day included Logan Scriven at 160 pounds, Steve Osborne at 170 pounds, Alex O'Roak at 182 pounds and Christian Schneider at 195 pounds.  The final scores of each individual match were WH 24-Dightoh-Rehoboth 46; WH 33- Nauset 38: WH 21- Hanover 46.

The Panthers are now at 7-14 on the season and travel to Hingham on Wednesday for a Patriot League dual meet.   The dual meet season completes on Saturday February 4th at Whitman-Hanson where we will be honoring our seniors.

1/28/17 WH/SL girls varsity hockey

The Whitman Hanson /Silver Lake girls varsity hockey team beat Cohasset / Hanover in a league game 7 to 0 today in Randolph. WHSL was led by Hannah Tracy's goal and 3 assists. Mel McAleer had 2 goal and 1 assist. While Colleen Hughes and Sophia Dauksevicz chipped in with 1 goal and 2 assists each. Also scoring was MK Webb and Delaney Grace. Katie Johnson had 2 assists and played a very strong defensive game. Melissa Crone made 18 saves for her 3rd shutout of the year. WHSL next game is Wednesday against Duxbury at the Bog in Kingston at 7:45.

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

1/25/17 WH/SL girls varsity hockey

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> Whitman Hanson/ Silver Lake girls varsity hockey team beat Boston Latin Academy in a league game today at Matthews Arena. WHSL was led by Mel McAleer, Shannon Elwood, Katie Johnson and Kaitlin Garvey with 1 goal and 1 assist. Also scoring was Delaney Grace and Meghan Elwood. Melissa Crone made 18 saves in net for the shutout. WHSL next game is Saturday at 12:45 against Cohasset/Hanover at Zapustas Ice Arena

WH Panthers Win 45-36 in Patriot League Meet




The Whitman-Hanson Panther Wrestling team walked away with a hard fought Patriot League victory on Wednesday evening against Plymouth North.  The score was all tied up at 12-12 with an exchange of forfeits before the real wrestling even began.  Kevin Smith got things started in the 152 pound class with a hard fought pin in 2:35 of the second period.  Following Kevin at 160 pounds was Logan Scriven who finished off his opponent with a pin in 2:50.  The pins continued at 170 pounds as Steve Osborn pinned his foe in 4:31.  Not to be outdone at 182 pounds was Alex O'Roak who pinned his man in just :44 bringing the match score to WH 42 Plymouth North 24 with three matches to go.  Christian Schneider had a tough match at 195 pounds against a senior captain and lost bringing the match score to 42-30 WH.  At 220 pounds, senior co-captain John Will had an unprecedented third triple overtime match of the season.  John has won all three of these matches winning this one 2-2 on criteria.  This is John's second time this season winning in triple overtime over the same Plymouth North opponent.  The final score after a forfeit at 285 was WH 45 Plymouth North 36.  The win brings Whitman-Hanson to a 7-11 record on the season and matches last year's win total with 7 dual meets left in the season.  The Panthers travel to Hanover for a quad meet on Saturday starting at 10am.

Monday, January 23, 2017

Patriot League Boys basketball standings

High school Boys basketball standings
> Patriot league
> 1/22/17
> Keenan Division
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> Whitman Hanson 6-1 8-2
> Quincy. 6-2 9-3
> Hingham 5-2 5-5
> Silver lake 4-3. 6-4
> Duxbury. 1-7 2-8
> Plymouth North. 1-7 2-8
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> Rob Ventola Silver lake 7-133=19.0
> Ryan Reagan Duxbury 5-91=18.2
> Nikko Raftes Whitman Hanson 10-172=17.2
> Ugh Kamalu Quincy 12-190=15.8
> Luke Tamulevich Whitman Hanson 10-148=14.8
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> Fisher
> Hanover. 5-2. 9-2
> Scituate. 5-2 9-3
> Pembroke. 3-4. 4-7
> Plymouth South. 3-4. 3-6
> North Quincy 1-6. 4-7
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> Jean Louis jr north quincy 12-263=21.9
> Matt Delahunt Hanover 11-194=17.6
> John Fasoli Plymouth South 9-150=16.7
> Charlie Considine Pembroke 11-159=14.6
> Tyler Spencer Pembroke 12-163=13.6
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