Tuesday, March 24, 2015

MIAA Event Deleted

The following event has been deleted for Boys Spring Junior Varsity Lacrosse:  

Event Information

Whitman-Hanson Regional HS @ Plymouth North High School
Apr 22, 2015 6:00 PM
Location: Plymouth North High School

 

Reason for this deletion:  None Given

MIAA Event Deleted

The following event has been deleted for Girls Spring Varsity Softball:  

Event Information

Abington High School @ Whitman-Hanson Regional HS
Mar 26, 2015 3:30 PM
Location: Whitman-Hanson Regional HS

 

Reason for this deletion:  None Given

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

MIAA Event Updated

An event has been updated for Girls Spring Varsity Lacrosse.  The following changes have been made:

Old Event Information

Whitman-Hanson Regional HS @ Pembroke High School
Apr 2, 2015 4:00 PM
Location: Pembroke High School

Bus Departure: N/A

New Event Information

Whitman-Hanson Regional HS @ Pembroke High School
Apr 2, 2015 3:30 PM
Location: Pembroke High School

Bus Departure: N/A

 

Reason for this change:  None Given

Thursday, March 12, 2015

Tennis Practice Info

Here is a link to Tennis practice info calendar - 

LAX and TRACK Practice info

Girls Lacrosse
Monday – Friday                        2-3:30pm on Turf
Saturday                                        9:30am-11am

Boys Lacrosse
Monday/Tuesday                       4-6pm on Turf
Wednesday/Thursday              3:30-5:30pm on Turf
Friday                                             4:30pm-6:30pm on Turf
Saturday                                        11-1pm

Boys Spring Track
Monday                                         2:20pm meet in locker room
Tuesday-Friday                            2:20pm meet on track
Saturday                                        9-11am meet on track

Girls Spring Track
Monday                                         2:20pm meet on walking track
Tuesday-Friday                            2:20pm meet on track
Saturday                                        9-11am meet on track



All Schedules are Subject to Change

Baseball and Softball tryout and practice info

Baseball Tryout and Practice information
Monday:         Freshmen 1:45pm-3pm (indoor)
                        Grade 10-12 – 4:30pm-6:30pm (indoor)

Tuesday:         Freshmen 1:45pm-3pm (indoor)
                        Grade 10-12 – 4:30pm-6:30pm (indoor)

Wednesday:   Freshmen 1:45pm-3pm (indoor)
                        Grade 10-12 – 4:30pm-6:30pm (some groups outside 530-630)

Thursday:       Freshmen 1:45pm-3pm (indoor)
                        Grade 10-12 – 4:30pm-6:30pm (some groups outside 530-630)

Friday:             Freshmen 1:45pm-3pm (indoor)
                        Grade 10-12 – 4:30pm-6:30pm

Saturday:        Freshmen /JV 2:30-4:30pm (Turf and inside – coach’s choice)
                        Grade 10-12 – Off

Sunday:          Freshmen Off
                        Grade 10-12 – 12-2 (turf and indoors - – coach’s choice)


ALL SCHEDULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE – BE PREPARED TO GO OUTSIDE OR INSIDE














Softball Tryout and Practice information
Monday          All Grades       3-4:30pm – pitchers and catchers 430-5

Tuesday:         All Grades       3-4:30pm – pitchers and catchers 430-5

Wednesday:   Freshmen 1:45pm-3pm (indoor)
                        Grade 10-12 3-5pm (indoor – Full gym until 4:30pm/1/2 gym from 430-5 )

Thursday:       Freshmen 1:45pm-3pm (indoor)
                        Grade 10-12 3-5pm (indoor – Full gym until 4:30pm/1/2 gym from 430-5 )

Friday:             Freshmen 1:45pm-3pm (indoor)
                        Grade 10-12 3-5pm (from 330-430 some or all of the team will be outside on turf)

Saturday:        Varsity  1-2:30pm (turf)
                        Freshmen/JV  1-2:30pm (inside) or 430-630 on TURF (coach will decide)   
           
Sunday:                      Off
                       


ALL SCHEDULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE – BE PREPARED TO GO OUTSIDE OR INSIDE




Friday, February 27, 2015

NE Championship Meet




Samantha Coletti finished 7th overall in this evenings New England Track and Field Championship at the Reggie Lewis Track & Athletic Center.  Samantha ran a great race against some awesome competition and finished with a time of 2:57.87.

Thursday, February 26, 2015

MIAA Event Updated

An event has been updated for Boys Spring Varsity Lacrosse.  The following changes have been made:

Old Event Information

Plymouth North High School @ Whitman-Hanson Regional HS
May 14, 2015 4:00 PM
Location: Whitman-Hanson Regional HS

Bus Departure: N/A

New Event Information

Plymouth North High School @ Whitman-Hanson Regional HS
May 14, 2015 6:30 PM
Location: Whitman-Hanson Regional HS

Bus Departure: N/A

 

Reason for this change:  None Given

MIAA Event Updated

An event has been updated for Girls Spring Junior Varsity Lacrosse.  The following changes have been made:

Old Event Information

Plymouth North High School @ Whitman-Hanson Regional HS
May 14, 2015 5:15 PM
Location: Whitman-Hanson Regional HS

Bus Departure: N/A

New Event Information

Plymouth North High School @ Whitman-Hanson Regional HS
May 14, 2015 3:30 PM
Location: Whitman-Hanson Regional HS

Bus Departure: N/A

 

Reason for this change:  None Given

MIAA Event Updated

An event has been updated for Girls Spring Varsity Lacrosse.  The following changes have been made:

Old Event Information

Plymouth North High School @ Whitman-Hanson Regional HS
May 14, 2015 4:00 PM
Location: Whitman-Hanson Regional HS

Bus Departure: N/A

New Event Information

Plymouth North High School @ Whitman-Hanson Regional HS
May 14, 2015 5:00 PM
Location: Whitman-Hanson Regional HS

Bus Departure: N/A

 

Reason for this change:  None Given

MIAA Event Updated

An event has been updated for Girls Spring Varsity Lacrosse.  The following changes have been made:

Old Event Information

Whitman-Hanson Regional HS @ Plymouth North High School
Apr 22, 2015 4:00 PM
Location: Plymouth North High School

Bus Departure: N/A

New Event Information

Whitman-Hanson Regional HS @ Plymouth North High School
Apr 23, 2015 7:00 PM
Location: Plymouth North High School

Bus Departure: N/A

 

Reason for this change:  None Given

MIAA Event Updated

An event has been updated for Boys Spring Varsity Lacrosse.  The following changes have been made:

Old Event Information

Whitman-Hanson Regional HS @ Plymouth North High School
Apr 22, 2015 5:00 PM
Location: Plymouth North High School

Bus Departure: N/A

New Event Information

Whitman-Hanson Regional HS @ Plymouth North High School
Apr 23, 2015 5:00 PM
Location: Plymouth North High School

Bus Departure: N/A

 

Reason for this change:  None Given

MIAA Event Updated

An event has been updated for Boys Spring Varsity Lacrosse.  The following changes have been made:

Old Event Information

Whitman-Hanson Regional HS @ Plymouth North High School
Apr 22, 2015 4:00 PM
Location: Plymouth North High School

Bus Departure: N/A

New Event Information

Whitman-Hanson Regional HS @ Plymouth North High School
Apr 22, 2015 5:00 PM
Location: Plymouth North High School

Bus Departure: N/A

 

Reason for this change:  None Given

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Boys Basketball Advances to Quarters

Whitman- Junior point guard Cole Manning recorded a double double with 15 points and 11 rebounds to lead #6 seed Whitman-Hanson to a 67-57 win over #11 seed Nauset in the first round of the MIAA Division 2 south state tournament.    Junior Josh Rice was the high scorer with 17 points while Junior captain Nick Smith added 13 and Junior Mitch Kinney chipped in with 11.  The Panthers advance to the quarterfinals to take on Oliver Ames Friday night.

Sunday, February 22, 2015

WHSL Skills Clinic

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Monday, February 16, 2015

Girls Hockey Advances to State Tournament

Whitman/Silver Lake qualifies for the tournament in their first year in existence. WHSL 7 Franklin 0

4 goals for Mel McAleer
3  goals for Hannah Tracy
2 Assists for Katie Johnson
1 assist for Shannon Elwood
1 assist for Mary Kate Webb


24 saves for Melissa Crone for the shut out. 

WH Boys Basketball Advances to Finals of Winter Classic

Whitman – It was a tremendous senior night for the class of 2015 as Steve Gronlund (12), Josh Harris (9 points 10 rebounds) and Dan Coulimore (4 points, 8 rebounds) led Whitman-Hanson boys basketball to a 77-44 win over Carver in the first round of the Panther Winter Classic.  Junior Josh Rice led all scorers with 18 points to help the Panthers improve to 14-4.  Whitman-Hanson will play host to Bridgewater-Raynham in the championship game at 6:30pm tomorrow night.  BR stormed back from a double digit deficit to upset Marshfield in the closing minutes of their game.  Marshfield will  take on Carver in the consolation game at 5pm.

Saturday, February 14, 2015

MIAA Schedule Notifications

Bob Rodgers,

 

You have signed up for schedule notifications for the following teams for Whitman-Hanson Regional HS:  Boys Spring Varsity Baseball, Girls Winter Varsity Basketball, Boys Winter Varsity Basketball, Boys Fall Varsity Football, Boys Fall Varsity Golf - Team, Girls Winter Varsity Ice Hockey, Boys Winter Varsity Ice Hockey, Boys Spring Varsity Lacrosse, Girls Spring Varsity Lacrosse, Boys Fall Varsity Soccer, Girls Fall Varsity Soccer, Girls Spring Varsity Softball, Boys Spring Varsity Tennis - Team, Girls Spring Varsity Tennis - Team, Boys Fall Varsity Cross Country, Girls Fall Varsity Cross Country, Girls Winter Varsity Indoor Track, Boys Winter Varsity Indoor Track, Boys Spring Varsity Outdoor Track, Girls Spring Varsity Outdoor Track, Girls Fall Varsity Volleyball, Boys Winter Varsity Wrestling, Boys Spring Junior Varsity Baseball, Boys Spring Freshmen Baseball, Boys Winter Junior Varsity Basketball, Boys Winter Freshmen Basketball, Boys Winter Middle School Basketball, Girls Winter Junior Varsity Basketball, Girls Winter Freshmen Basketball, Girls Winter Middle School Basketball, Boys Fall Junior Varsity Football, Boys Fall Freshmen Football, Girls Fall Varsity Cheerleading, Girls Winter Varsity Cheerleading, Boys Winter Junior Varsity Ice Hockey, Boys Spring Junior Varsity Lacrosse, Girls Spring Junior Varsity Lacrosse, Girls Spring Junior Varsity Softball, Girls Spring Freshmen Softball, Boys Fall Junior Varsity Soccer, Boys Fall Freshmen Soccer, Girls Fall Junior Varsity Soccer, Girls Fall Freshmen Soccer, Girls Fall Junior Varsity Volleyball, Girls Fall Freshmen Volleyball, Girls Winter Varsity Swimming, Girls Fall Junior Varsity Field Hockey, Girls Fall Freshmen Field Hockey.

 

If you have received this email in error or wish to change any of the schedule notification options for a team, please visit http://miaa.net/schools/public/WhitWh3 to perform any desired changes (signing up for/opting out of schedule notifications can be done from the grid marked 'Teams' on the provided page).

Friday, February 13, 2015

Indoor Track Championships

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> win two state titles in one night. Alex Santos placed 5th in the 300 meters and 9th in the long jump. The girls team finished 5th overall.
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> Nick Haley lead the boys team with a 5th place finish in the dash and a 6th place finish in the long jump, both his long jump and 55 dash were career bests.
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Special Olympics

It was an amazing weekend for the Whitman-Hanson Special Olympics basketball team, led by head coach Jake Galewski, and coaches, Donna Pacheco, Jill Kain, and Marsha Baglole. The team qualified for the 2015 State Winter Games, a huge achievement for W-H. The team includes Captains Elizabeth Wheeler and Thomas Musto, Bridget Edwards, Richard Franklin, Laura Remedis, Devin Giles, Allison Arthur, Aidan George, and Tynan Gainey. The team has performed very well this season and many of the athletes have improved their skills and confidence in sport of basketball.

Elizabeth Wheeler and Thomas Musto have really held the team together this season with their determination and will to succeed. Their experience and knowledge of the game makes them great role models for the younger, inexperienced players. In the State Qualifying Tournament, Whitman-Hanson performed very well under tough and new competition. W-H played three games in a row and fought hard through fatigue, comebacks, and difficult opponents. The team placed third earning a bronze medal and a qualifying spot for the State Winter Games.

Bridget Edwards, Allison Arthur, and Laura Remedis have continuously grown this season and have become better players. This is Bridget's first season with the basketball team, she has worked very hard to understand the game and work to get better. Devin Giles is very versatile player on the court, his ability to make steals and initiate fast-break opportunities was very effective in the games. Aidan George performed very well at the State Qualifying Tournament, his rebounding abilities over aggressive opponents really aided in the teams success.

An additional recognition goes to Ricky Franklin for his tremendous team support. Ricky not only displays great talent, he also demonstrates outstanding sportsmanship and leadership skills on and off the court. His ability to provide opportunities for his teammates to shine is admirable. Ricky rises to the occasion and is a true team player.


I take great pride in coaching the Special Olympics team. The athletes of the Whitman-Hanson Special Olympics team are true competitors, and some of the most hard working and inspirational individuals I have ever met.The team goes on the road to Worcester, MA March 7th and 8th where they will face teams from all over Massachusetts and play for the gold.

Thursday, February 12, 2015

Whitman Hanson/ Silver Lake SEMGHL All- Star Selections



2014-2015 SEMGHL    Northeast Division   WHSL ALL-STARS

 

Whitman- Hanson

Mel McAleer

Hannah Tracy

 

Silver Lake

Emily Kelleher

Katie Johnson

 

Please join me in congratulating our teammates in representing these two fine schools  

SEMGHL All Star Game - Sat. 2/21 - Gallo Rink, Bourne, 4:30pm

 


Whitman/Hanson Silver Lake Girls Varsity




WHSL 5   Cohasset/Hanover 2

 

3 goals for Hannah Tracy

1 goal for Mel McAleer and 2 assists

1 goal for Mary Kate Web and 1 assist

Assist for Sophia Dauksevicz

Assist for Kaitlin Garvey

Assist for for Emily Kelliher

 

 

 


Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Two tough losses for Girls Hoop and Boys Hockey

Girls basketball (8-9, 6-8) was defeated by Hanover 52-47. Senior Erin Clifford scored 17.  Boys hockey dropped a 5-1 decision to Duxbury.  Goal by Jared Pendrak assisted by Matt Frederickson.
 

Boys Basketball Wins a Thriller

Hanover – No lead was safe tonight for either team until Whitman-Hanson hung on in the final seconds to defeat Hanover 75-74 in Patriot League play.  Hanover roared back from a 20 point first half deficit to grab a 6 point lead late in the fourth quarter but Junior Brenndan Rogers (game-high 24 points) drilled a three pointer and junior Cole Manning hit a tough left layup to give the Panthers the win.  Junior Josh Rice tossed in 19 and junior captain Nick Smith added 12 for the Panthers who improve to 12-4, 11-3.  John Carroll scored 16 of his 20 points in the third quarter to help the Indians fight back  to take the lead while Jack Buckley added 18 points.

Wrestling Defeats Silver Lake

Whitman-Hanson Wrestling (13-3-1) finished its regular season Wednesday afternoon with a league match up against the Silver Lake Lakers.  Sophomore Tim Cronin got things started with a second period pin at the 106 lbs. weight class. Cory Reid recorded a 5-2 win at 113 lbs. and then the Panthers recorded four consecutive pins by Jake Filichiccia, Mike McDonough, Tysun Plouse and Luke Rogers. As the Lakers recorded a few wins in the upper weight classes the Panthers finished strong with pins by Dan Bean (160 lbs.) and Cole Berthelette (220 lbs.).  The meet ended with a WH win 51-24.  As the regular team season has ended the individual wrestlers now set their sights on the Sectional Tournament being hosted at WH this Saturday. They'll be competing to finish high enough for a bid to the state tournament at their perspective weight classes. 

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Tomorrow

No school tomorrow but all games and practices will go forward as scheduled.  We are still awaiting confirmation from our opponents.  We will confirm once we hear from all of the teams we are playing.

Sunday, February 8, 2015

Girls did amazing at the MIAA Women's South/Central Sectionals

> The girls swim team made states in the 400 Free relay cutting 10 seconds from their best(AMAZING). Placing 18th with a 4:00.88 Abby Baily was in that relay.
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Girls Swimming

Great job by our swim team today advancing to the states in the 400 freestyle relay

Whitman/Hanson Silver Lake Girls Varsity



WHSL 6   Norwell 5

 

Kaitlin Garvey 3 goals

Mel McAleer- 2 goals,1 asst.

Collen Hughes- 1 Goal 2 assist

Hannah Tracy- 2 assist

Emily Kelliher- 2 assts

Mary Kate Webb – assist

Hannon Elwood- assist

 

Overall Record- 7-6-2

League Record  6-3-1

 

4 points away from Tournament Birth

 

 


Saturday, February 7, 2015

Whitman-Hanson Wrestling 2/7/15




The Whitman-Hanson Panther Wrestling team continued its winning way this weekend by securing three close victories on Saturday over Bristol-Plymouth, Beverly and Marshfield.
First up against Bristol-Plymouth senior captain Cory Reid (106 lbs.) and junior Mike McDonough (126 lbs.) got things started with pins early in the contest. Juniors Luke Rogers (138 lbs.) , Joe Arico (152 lbs.) and sophomore Dan Bean (160 lbs.) each secured wins by points to keep things close. Junior Nate Perkins helped secure a win for the team with his pin at 182 lbs. The final tally was 41-28 in favor of the Panthers.
Beverly was up next and they brought the notorious tough North Shore style of wrestling with them. W-H had some tough kids ready to roll as well, as sophomore Jake Filicicchia (120 lbs.) and junior Mike McDonough got things started in the right direction with each securing impressive 11-4 victories in their matches. Freshman Caleb Lenihan was ready to do his part and went onto the mat expecting nothing less than a win. He pinned his Beverly opponent in the first period. As the match went on the Panthers needed three pins from the rest of the line up to secure a win. They got them by way of Nate Perkins, Cole Berthelette and Joe Arico to squeak out the 36-35 victory.
For the third meet on the day W-H faced off against Marshfield and once again Mike McDonough and Caleb Lenihan started the contest with a pair of pins to give the Panthers the early lead. Following them with victories of their own was Joe Arico, Dan Bean, Cole Berthelette and Cory Reid. The match stayed close for a long time but in the end W-H defeated the Rams 46-33.

Friday, February 6, 2015

WATCH MIAA TOURNAMENT EVENTS LIVE ON NFHS NETWORK




 

 

WATCH MIAA TOURNAMENT EVENTS LIVE ON NFHS NETWORK

 

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/associations/miaa

 

The MIAA has partnered with the NFHS Network to broadcast state championship events live on the NFHS Network.  Please share the following information with your parents, boosters, coaches and fans.

 

UPCOMING MIAA EVENTS

2015 MIAA Boys State Gymnastics Meet

February 6, 2015

6:30 PM

2015 MIAA Boys North Swimming Sectionals

February 7, 2015

1:15 pm

2015 MIAA Boys West Swimming Sectionals

February 7, 2015

2:30 pm

2015 MIAA Girls West Swimming Sectionals

February 7, 2015

6:30 pm

2015 MIAA Boys Central/South Swimming Sectionals

February 7, 2015

7:00 pm

2015 MIAA Girls North Swimming Sectionals

February 8, 2015

9:00 am

2015 MIAA Girls Central/South Swimming Sectionals

February 8, 2015

3:00 pm

2015 MIAA Girls Div. 2 Swim/Dive Championships

February 14, 2015

8:45 am

2015 MIAA Girls Div. 1 Swim/Dive Championships

February 14, 2015

4:15 pm

2015 MIAA Boys Div. 2 Swim/Dive Championships

February 15, 2015

8:45 am

2015 MIAA Boys Div. 1 Swim/Dive Championships

February 15, 2015

4:15 pm

 

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Girls Track & Field



The Whitman-Hanson Girls lost it's meet versus Hingham at the Reggie Lewis Track & Athletic Center Friday evening, 70-25.  Senior Caroline Mulrey won the 2 Mile in 12:23 while Junior Samantha Coletti won the 600 Meter Run in 1:55 and ran a State qualifying time in the 300 of 42.5.  Freshman Nicole Norve (Mile), Senior Kelsey Tierney (1000) and Olivia Reed (High Jump) also posted impressive finishes in the loss.

Girls Basketball Posts Huge Win

> Whitman Hanson improved to 8-8 (6-7) with a 47-41 victory over Plymouth North. Senior Captain Erin Clifford led the way with 16 points and 14 rebounds. Soph Sophie O'Brien chipped in 10 pts and 10 rebounds.

Patriot League Track

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Patriot League Boys Basketball

Plymouth-Junior captain Nick Smith poured in 29 points and junior Zach Grazioso added 12 to lift Whitman-Hanson to a 75-61 win over Plymouth North. Junior Josh Rice chipped in with 10 for the Panthers who improve to 11-4, 10-3.



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Thursday, February 5, 2015

Girls Basketball Wins at Home

Whitman Hanson girls basketball (7-8, 5-7) defeated Quincy 55-42. Sophomore Sophie O'Brien led the team with 14 pts. Junior rachel kelly and senior Erin Clifford both had 13 pts and combined for 18 rebounds and 11 assists. Eight panthers scored in tonights game.

 

 




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Less than 10 spots left for February Vacation Camp

Whitman-Hanson Basketball
The Whitman-Hanson boys' basketball program will once again be running its annual Future Stars basketball program during February vacation for boys in grades 1-8.  This two day basketball experience is always one of the highlights of the year for youngsters from Whitman and Hanson. 
On Monday February 16th, campers arrive at 9am and have camp until 2:30pm.  During this time, the campers will receive instruction, participate in various drills and play lots of games.  Our younger campers in grades 1-3 will break up the day, by watching a movie.  On Tuesday February 17th, campers will arrive at noon and participate in basketball activities until about 4:30pm.  At this time, the campers will go into the cafeteria for a pizza dinner (included in the price of the camp).  Following the dinner, the campers will all watch a movie in the PAC and watch the varsity basketball team in action.  The campers will be chaperoned by our sub varsity basketball teams and freshmen coaches.  The order of these two activities is dependent on how the team does in the opening round of the tournament.  It is our hope that the Panthers will be playing in the championship game like they have each of the past 6 years.  However, regardless of the order of these events, the camp will get over at about 7:45pm (last year you may remember we had a double overtime thriller which we were fortunate to win.  The extra periods resulted in an end time closer to 8:30pm).   
The cost of the program is $100 if registered before February 6th.  After that date, the cost is $125.  Each camper will receive a tournament t-shirt and dinner as part of the tuition cost.  To sign up click on this link http://fs17.formsite.com/WHathletics/form25/index.html  or go to the athletic blog at www.whathletics.com . If you have any questions, please email Coach Rodgers at Robert.rodgers@whrsd.org .  As with all of our programs, 100% of the proceeds of camps and clinics are donated to the basketball program to support the various team activities.

Thank you!

Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Whitman-Hanson Wrestling 2-4-15

The Panther wrestlers traveled to Plymouth North on Wednesday night for a league meet. With both teams missing starters due to injury and illness they each still managed to put together a competitive line up matching toughness with determination. As the lead when back and forth all night the meet ended in a rare 36-36 tie.


Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Beat the snow and see a show! WH Drama Club Presents West Side Story

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> WEST SIDE STORY!!
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> Friday, February 6th 7pm
> Saturday, February 7th 2pm
> Saturday, February 7th 7pm
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> ***High School Faculty present this e-mail at the door, get in free and sit in your special section!!***
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> WEST SIDE STORY TICKETS ARE NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE!!
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> To Purchase Tickets in Advance, use the link now through Thursday, February 5th.
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> http://www.ticketstage.com/WHRHSDC
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> Select Seats in the Reserve Seating by clicking on the desired seats
> Select Number of General Seating by clicking on that number of seats
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> Payment online is by Credit Card.
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> Tickets can be picked up at the door where tickets are being sold
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> Tickets will also be available at the door prior to the show
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> Tickets are $10 for reserve seating (lower section)
> $7 for general seating (upper section)
> $5 for WH students in general seating with school ID (at door)
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INDOOR TRACK - ONLINE TICKET ORDERING





SAVE TIME – ORDER ONLINE!

Indoor Track Ticket Ordering Information

 

BENEFITS OF ORDERING YOUR TICKETS ONLINE

 

·         Purchase tickets at a time convenient for you

·         No worrying about whether you have enough cash or left your checkbook at home.

·         Purchase your tickets with a Debit or Credit Card – tickets purchased at the door must be paid for by cash or check

·         Skip the ticket purchase line – Proceed to the "ticket taking" area - bypassing the ticket purchase line.

·         Save a tree - Just show your ticket on your phone to get in

 

Use the following links to purchase your tickets online:

Links are also available from the MIAA website

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Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association

Building the Future...Through Educational Athletics

33 Forge Parkway Franklin, MA 02038 508-541-7997 (office) 508-541-9888 (fax) www.miaa.net