Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Volleyball Tryouts Changed

We are all very excited about the upcoming volleyball season which all kicks off tomorrow with tryouts.  We do have a little bump in the road as the humidity and weather pushed the gym floor project back a little bit.  Wait until you see the floor, it’s amazing and volleyball gets to be the first sport to play on it!

But, with the delay, we cannot hold tryouts at the high school tomorrow as planned but should be able to on Friday.  Tomorrow, Thursday 8/22, we will be at Whitman Middle school with freshmen practicing 11:30am-1pm and everyone else from 1pm-4pm.  We understand that some of you may have conflicts after 2pm as that was the time you were told you would be done. If that is the case, you may leave at 2pm without penalty. We are hoping everyone can make it for the entire time, but we understand this is a last minute change.

Also, as of this email,  13 students do not have up to date physicals on file.  It is highly recommended that everyone shows up with a copy of their most recent physical to avoid any problems.  Very often, students assume they are all set but their physical is missing or out of date.  If you have a copy with you, you cant go wrong.  We also have many students who do not have up to date impact tests.  Please go online at and take the test now.  All freshmen and juniors had to take it this year.  Also any senior or sophomore who is new also has to take it as the tests are good for two years.

We wish you all good luck tomorrow.  Do your best and have fun.

Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Fall Tryout Info

Each player and parent must attend Athletic First Night on Sunday 8/18 in the PAC at 5pm

Tryout Check List 
  1. Parents fill out the online permission slip before 8/1 located on this link -
  2. Make sure your child’s physical is up to date and you have a hard copy available.  All fall athletes are expected to hand their coach a copy of their physical on the first day of tryouts even if they think the school has it on file and even if it has already been mailed in.  Physicals expire exactly 13 months from the day the phsyical was conducted and only an official doctor’s office physical form is accepted.  We do not accept a doctor’s note.  It must be the physical form.  We suggest all students take a picture of their physical form and keep it on their phone. 
  3. All students must take the online impact test which can be found at .  The test is good for two years so usually its freshmen, juniors and first time athletes who have to take it.
  4. Make sure all past due fees are paid.  You do not have to pay this years user fee until one week after the roster is set. However, students are no longer allowed to tryout with a balance from the previous school year unless there are extenuating circumstances.  If that is the case, please email me so we can work out a plan.  In order to see your child’s balance log in to infinite campus and click on fees. If you do have any outstanding balance, you can pay it with a credit or debit card by clicking on this link -
  5. Students must have earned 20 credits this past school year in order to be eligible to play both the fall and winter seasons.  Summer school credits do count toward this total.

Head Coaches
Fall Cheerleading Alyssa Hayes 617-538-3808  
Cross-Country Girls Steve George 781-792-1712
Cross-Country Boys Steve George 781-792-1712
Football Mike Driscoll 781-864-5796
Golf Boys Brian Dempsey 617-538-0405
Soccer Girls David Floeck 508-269-2766
Soccer Boys Dave Leahy 978-413-1246
Volleyball Samantha Richner 781-733-0800
Field Hockey Todd Humphrey 617-678-4253

Sport: Football

Tryouts/PracticeTimes and Dates: Varsity/JV Day 1 August 16 6:30 am Meeting practice 7:00-9:00
August 17th  7:30 am Meeting practice 8:00-10:00
August 19th-23rd 2:30-5:30 meetings and practice

Tryout Location/Meeting Place: Locker Room

Scrimmages (times and locations): August 24th home vs East Bridgewater 10:00,  August 30th @ Plymouth South 5:00

Important Info Students Should know about tryouts: Players need a notebook for all practices, please hydrate.


Practice for the 2019 Cross Country Boys and Girls teams is scheduled as shown below.  The teams will meet at the Outdoor Track unless indicated otherwise:

Thursday, August 22, 2:30PM
Friday, August 23, 2:30PM
Saturday, August 24, 9:00AM (Burrage Pond Wildlife Area, Hawks Avenue, Hanson)
Monday, August 26, 2:30PM
Tuesday, August 27, 2:30PM
Wednesday, August 28, 2:30PM
Thursday, August 29, 2:30PM
Friday, August 30, 11:00AM 
Saturday, August 31, 9:00AM (Hanover-Rockland Rail Trail, Monroe Street, Abington)

The coaching staff, Captains and team members welcome ALL student-athletes regardless of experience or ability. Cross Country is a "no-cut" sport and all you need to bring is appropriate clothing and footwear along with a desire to participate in a healthy sport with like minded classmates.  XC is a single team.  All athletes compete together. Practice running "groups" are formed based on conditioning and performance and ALL athletes have an opportunity to achieve Varsity status.

Sport: Golf
Tryouts/PracticeTimes and Dates: Thursday (8/22): report to lower putting green ready to play at 10:15 - first tee time is at 11. Please have all necessary paperwork completed and with you to be able to tryout.

Friday (8/23): first tee time is at 11. All players should be there by 10:40 for attendance and pairings. 

Monday (8/26): first tee time is at 2:30. Please be at the course by 2:15 for attendance and pairings. 
Tryout Location/Meeting Place: Ridder Farm Golf Course on lower practice green.
Important Info Students Should know about tryouts: players should arrive with their own equipment and dressed in golf appropriate attire (collared shirt and no cut offs of any kind).

Sport: Volleyball
**Tryouts are double session, so please bring a lunch and plenty of water**
8/22: 8:30 AM-2 PM (hour break from 11-12 for lunch)
8/23: 9 AM-2 PM (hour break from 11-12 for lunch)
8/24: 9 AM-2 PM (hour break from 11-12 for lunch)

8/26-8/30: 2:30-4:30
8/31: 8-10 AM
9/2: 2:30-4:30
9/3: Home Game v. Abington 5:15
9/4-9/6: 2:30-4:30
9/7: 8-10 AM

Junior Varsity
8/26-8/30: 2:45-4:45
8/31: 8-10 AM
9/2: 2:45-4:45
9/3: Home Game v. Abington 4:00
9/4-9/6: 2:45-4:45
9/7: 8-10 AM

8/26-8/30: 2:30-4:30
8/31: 8-10 AM
9/2: 2:30-4:30
9/3: Home Game v. Abington 4:00
9/4-9/6: 2:30-4:30
9/7: 8-10 AM

**practice times are subject to change**

Tryout Location/Meeting Place: Whitman-Hanson Gymnasium, there will be an area for check-in upon arrival. 

Sport: Cheerleading

Monday 2:30-4:30
Tuesday 2-4
Wednesday 2:45-4:45
Thursday 2:30-4:30 *off and on
Friday 2-4
Saturday 8-10 *only in October and November*

Tuesday 3-5
Wednesday 2:45-4:45
Thursday 2-3:30
Friday varies 2-4 or 4-6 on home game days
Saturday 8-10 *only in October and November*

Tryouts have already taken place however we may have room for new participants.  Please contact coach Alyssa Hayes at

Sport: Field Hockey

Try outs for all Levels
8/22 All players must report to the turf by 9 am.  We will be on the turf from 10-12
8/23 All players must report by 9:45 am.  We will be on the turf from 10-12.
8/24 All players must report by 11:45.  We will be on turf from 12-2. 

Players will find out their status on Sunday 8/25

8/26-8/28  Practice 2:30-4pm
8/29 Scrimmage EB 5pm Home
8/30 Varsity Meeting:  2-2:45pm in Room 218
8/31 Practice 8-10am
9/02 Practice 8-10am
9/03 Game Pembroke Home 4-5:15pm
9/04 Practice 2:30-4
9/05 Game @ Plymouth North 3:30-5pm

Junior Varsity and Freshmen
8/28-8/29 Practice 3-4:30
8/30 Meeting 2:45-3:30
9/03 JV Game Pembroke Home 5:15/ Freshmen Pembroke Away 3:30
9/04 Practice 3-4:30
9/05 Freshmen Practice 3-4:30/ JV Game Plymouth North Away 5-6pm

Sport: Boys Soccer
8/22 6:30-9am turf (all levels tryouts)
8/23 6:30-9am turf (all levels tryouts)
8/26 6:30-9am turf (varsity) — 7-9am jv front fields
8/27 6:30-9am turf (varsity)
8/29 5-7:30pm turf (varsity)
9/2 7-9:00pm turf (varsity)
9/3 2:15-4:30pm turf (varsity) front fields jv 2:30-4:30pm
9/5 2:15-4:30pm turf (varsity) front fields jv 2:30-4:30pm

8/24 scrimmage vs BR 9:30 turf -varsity and jv (front field)
8/28 3:30 away at norton varsity and jv
8/30 6pm vs OA turf varsity , J.V. Lower fields

Whitman Hanson Girls’ Soccer

2019 Pre-Season Schedule

Listed below are the dates and times of tryouts. Remember that all players must have an updated physical in order to tryout. A physical expires on the 13th month to the day of the physical and will make you ineligible. All parents must register/complete parent permission on line. You will not be able to tryout until all of this information is completed ( and an updated IMPACT Test has been done.
Listed below are Important Dates and Tryout Times ***************************
August 18th – 5:00pm            Athletic Night (Dr. John F. McEwan Performing Arts Center)– Mandatory for all student athletes and 1 parent.

August 21 (Wednesday)
            *7:00am –8:00am** (Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors only) Meeting in gym to collect forms (physical) and timed two mile run (optional). (Bring running shoes)  All players should report to the high school a minimum of 15 minutes prior to starting time.
Tryout Times 

Players are expected to attend scheduled tryout sessions.
Please bring a soccer ball and water bottle to tryouts.

August 22 – Tryouts

4:00pm            All players meet in gym. (Remember your soccer ball)Freshman bring any paperwork (copy of physical)
            4:15                 (Soph,Jr,Sr) Timed 2 mile if you have not done it.
4:30 -7:30pm   Tryouts (turf field)


August 23 – Tryouts

4:30 - 7:30pm All players (turf field)

August 24 – Tryouts

            7:00am- 8:45   All players (turf field)
            4:00pm            Players participating in scrimmage arrive in locker room.
5:00-7:00pm    Home Scrimmage vs Mansfield (for selected players)
6:00 – 7:30pm Practice for players not participating in scrimmage

August 25 –
            11:00-12:00        Yoga (Varsity only)
2:00-4:00pm       Varsity Team Meeting
4:00pm-6:00pm All Teams practice

August 26 –  
             3:00 – 5:00     All teams practice

Aug 27 -

            2:15 – 4:30      Freshman team practice ??
3:30                 Varsity & J.V home scrimmage vs Medfield

Aug 28 –

            2:15                  Everyone Practices (this will be practice time for season)

Aug 29
            2:15                 Freshman Team practices ???
3:00                 Varsity and JV Home scrimmage vs Falmouth
Aug 30
            2:15                Everyone practices

Aug 31                       

6:45am                        Bus leaves for scrimmage

8:00am            Varsity and J.V scrimmage at Oliver Ames

Sept 1                          No practices – Day of rest

Sept 2 –                       Practice
            4:00pm  -Varsity and JV

** Normal practice times will be 2:15 – 4:30 during course of season. Times are subject to change.

If you have any questions please feel free to contact me at 781-618-7415(school) or email me at

Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Signup Today

Dear Parents,
I hope you and your family are enjoying summer.  It will not be long before we are returning to school and I wanted to touch base again to encourage all students to explore the possibility of joining an athletic team this school year.  Being on a team is a great way to make friends, learn important life lessons, give students a productive use of their free time and make memories that will last a lifetime.  We have room for students of all abilities levels in a wide array of athletic offerings.  Most of these sports do not have cuts and the coaches welcome players regardless of their experience.  To see a full list of what we offer click on this link which also includes coach contact info which you can use to direct any sport specific questions -!2334&ithint=file%2cdocx&authkey=!APnzYPO5qMir8fs .

Football begins on 8/16 while all other fall sports begin on 8/22.  All students who want to play a sport in any season next school year must attend our athletic first night program along with at least one parent on Sunday August 18th at 5pm in the high school PAC.

If your child does want to play a sport this school year please take a moment to take of the checklist below.  Anyone who does not complete the online permission slip before 8/1 will have to sit out the first day or practice and tryouts so in order to make sure you do not miss this deadline, please take care of this asap.  Here is the full checklist – regardless of what sports season you plan to play please take care of the bullet points below today.

1.       Parents fill out the online permission slip before 8/1 located on this link -
2.       Make sure your child’s physical is up to date and you have a hard copy available.  All fall athletes are expected to hand their coach a copy of their physical on the first day of tryouts even if they think the school has it on file and even if it has already been mailed in.  Physicals expire exactly 13 months from the day the phsyical was conducted and only an official doctor’s office physical form is accepted.  We do not accept a doctor’s note.  It must be the physical form.  We suggest all students take a picture of their physical form and keep it on their phone. 
3.       All students must take the online impact test which can be found at .  The test is good for two years so usually its freshmen, juniors and first time athletes who have to take it.
4.       Make sure all past due fees are paid.  You do not have to pay this years user fee until one week after the roster is set. However, students are no longer allowed to tryout with a balance from the previous school year unless there are extenuating circumstances.  If that is the case, please email me so we can work out a plan.  In order to see your child’s balance log in to infinite campus and click on fees. If you do have any outstanding balance, you can pay it with a credit or debit card by clicking on this link -
5.       Students must have earned 20 credits this past school year in order to be eligible to play both the fall and winter seasons.  Summer school credits do count toward this total.

If you have any questions or if I can be of any help please do not hesitate to reach out to me via email or phone.

Enjoy the rest of the summer.

Wednesday, July 10, 2019

2019 WH Athletics Hall of Fame Class

                                                                                                            July 10, 2019

Whitman-Hanson Regional High School is pleased to announce the formation of the first ever athletic hall of fame with the first class of inductions to take place October 6, 2019 at 5pm at Pembroke Country Club.  Tickets are available for purchase online at .

A committee of more than a dozen current and former coaches, parents, community members and former students reviewed more than 50 nominations for this first induction class and voted to enshrine 11 people into the Whitman-Hanson Athletic Hall of Fame.

“It was such a great experience learning about all of the amazing student athletes who were nominated for induction.  This first class is very special but represents only a fraction of the deserving candidates,”  Whitman-Hanson Athletic Director Bob Rodgers said.  “We will be holding inductions every other year so we will advertise for more nominations sometime next winter while the existing nominations will stay included in the process.”

In September, we will release a detailed biography of each inductee.  In no particular order here is the Hall of Fame Class of 2019

Samantha Mewis, Class of 2011, Soccer
Sean Conover, Class of 2002, Football, Basketball and Track & Field
Noel James, Class of 2009, Football, Basketball and Track & Field
Dennis Lozzi, Class of 1970, Football and Track & Field
Mike Frisoli, Class of 1989, Football, Wrestling and Track & Field
Shayna Ross Micol, Class of 1996, Soccer, Basketball and Track & Field
Rob Clifford, Class of 1991, Football, Basketball and Track & Field

Bob Bancroft, Football
Jim Daley, Girls Basketball
Kevin Black, Boys Cross Country, Boys Indoor Track and Boys Track & Field

Sue Moss, Student-Athlete, Teacher, Coach and Athletic Department Assistant

Sunday, June 16, 2019

That's A Wrap

Well that’s a wrap on the 2018/2019 WH Athletic season which saw a record 1,003 roster spots filled by 606 different students.  More than half of our student population participated in some level of athletics this school year.  As impressive as those numbers are though, I believe we can go even higher.  We believe that every student could benefit from being a part of an athletic team.  It doesn’t matter your athleticism or skill level, we have a something for all students.  The entire list of offerings can be found at .  To parents, if your son or daughter doesn’t currently participate please consider discussing it with them. 

Everyone who would like to participate next school year, should have their parents go to and fill out the online permission slip as soon as possible.  These lists are shared with coaches and they often communicate information about the team using these lists.  All student athletes and their parents should be reminded that there is a mandatory Athletic First Night meeting on Sunday August 18th at 5pm in the PAC at the high school.

Captains are reminded that the council meetings have been set for the summer.  If you did not attend last meeting you should contact Coach Rodgers at  The next meeting is tomorrow (Monday 6/17 at noon in the library).

Finally, a very important reminder to all students that in order to be eligible to play sports next school season, you must have earned 20 credits this school year.  Anyone who failed to meet that threshold is ineligible to participate in athletics until the spring season as the next marking period of record doesn’t take place until semester one in January.  If you failed to reach the 20 credit mark, you may be eligible for summer school or other credit recovering options.  Speak with your guidance counselors as soon as possible.

We hope everyone has a safe and productive summer.  Remember, it’s the work you put in over the next couple of months that will determine your success in your next season.  Success leaves clues….look at the players and teams that have enjoyed the level of success that you want to emulate.  Are you working as hard as they did? Can you work even harder?  If you truly want it, you will.  Enjoy the summer!

Thursday, June 13, 2019

Summer Camps

2019 Whitman-Hanson Summer Camps
Co-Ed Boys/Girls Basketball: Girls Entering 1st-4th grades and boys entering 1st-3rd grades.  6/17-6/21 9am-Noon 
Girls Basketball Camp: Girls Entering 5th-10th grades.  6/24-6/28 9am-3pm - 
Boys LAX Camp: Boys Entering 5-9  grades.  6/24-6/28 9am-Noon
Boys Basketball Camp: Boys Entering 4th-10th grades.  7/8-7/12 9am-3pm 
Girls LAX Camp: Girls Entering 6th-9th grades.  7/8-7/10 Noon-3pm - 
Football Camp: Entering 1-9th grades. 7/15-7/18 (Grades 1-8 9am-2pm, grade 9 9am-noon) -
Volleyball Camp: Entering 5th-9th grades.  7/29-8/1 9am-Noon 
Girls Soccer: Ages 8-18.  8/5-8th.  9am-3pm
Boys Soccer: Ages 8-18.  8/12-15th.  9am-3pm 

Our camps are for all ability levels.  From the first time player to the varsity ready athlete, we are confident all campers will have a great experience.  Many camps sell out so do not wait to sign up.

Links for all brochures and signup information are available at

Monday, June 10, 2019

Baseball's Season Comes to End

Even after committing 4 errors and leaving 11 men on base, Whitman-Hanson still almost  pull out a second tournament win. The game ended as W-H left the tying run stranded on second base.

Westwood will advance after defeating the Panthers 4-3 at Whitman-Hanson.

Sophomore Tommy Marshall pitched  5 strong innings and gave up only 2 earned runs. Senior Rian Schwede came in and also pitched magnificently for 2 innings, but he too was also victimized by  poor fielding by the Panthers.

On offense, W-H also had a bad day. They left 11 men on base, including a chance to break the game wide open in the bottom of the sixth inning when they loaded  bases with 1 out.

Instead, Westwood turned a 1-2-3 double play to get out of the jam and close out the W-H scoring.

Whitman-Hanson completed its season at 15-7,which means the senior tri-captains and 4-year varsity players Rian Schwede, Mike Cook, and Ethan Phelps, experienced 61 wins,  2 league championships, and 4 tournament appearances over their four years participating as varsity baseball players. The rest of the seniors were also part of this terrific season and last year's league title.  They include: Derek Frank, Cam Gray, Evan Clark, Sean MacKay, Aidan Cafferty and Will Newell.

Thursday, June 6, 2019

First Round D 2 South Baseball Whitman-Hanson 2 Plymouht South 1

Senior Mike Cook hit a walk-off double to knock in senior Ethan Phelps, who had singled, to give the Whitman-Hanson Panthers baseball team a 2-1 win over visiting Plymouth South.

In the bottom half of the seventh inning, senior Derek Frank had followed Phelps's single with a perfect sacrifice bunt to put the game winning run in scoring position, and Cook did the rest.

Senior Rian Schwede went the distance for W-H, as he gave up 1 earned run, scattered 5 hits, struck out 7, and walked no one for his seventh win of the season.

Although W-H had 12 hits on the day, every time they were about to break the game open a Panther would hit a rocket right at a P-S player, who always made the play.

Ethan Phelps scored both W-H runs, and Cook and Schwede had 2 hits apiece.

Danny Kent was immense at shortstop where he made a number of run-saving plays, including an 1-6-3 double play that would then leave a P-S runner at third as Schwede would then end the inning with a strike out.

W-H is now 15-6 overall


Tuesday, June 4, 2019


On Monday and Tuesday, 74 of the area's best track and field multi-event athletes competed in the South Sectional Heptathlon at Notre Dame Academy in Hingham.  The team of Panther Captains Ally Bartlett, Dorothy DiMascio-Donohue and Samantha Perkins finished 3rd overall for the second year in a row.  Individually, Bartlett finished 9th overall with 3,228 points, DiMascio-Donohue placed 11th with 3,116 points and Perkins finished 14th with 3,024 points.  Individual highlights included Perkins first place finish in the Javelin, DiMascio-Donohue's tie for 3rd place in the high jump, and Bartlett's 4th place finish in the shot put.

Also competing were Sophomores Madison Scaccia (44th, 2,407 points), Isabelle Amado (50th, 2,299 points) and Anna Sullivan (57th, 2,174 points)

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Girls Tennis Wins In Tournament

The lady panthers won their first tournament match against Bishop Feehan yesterday 4-1! Junior Abby Pulling won 6-2,6-1 and sophomore Julia Benvie won 7-6(12-10) 6-3!
At 1rst dubs sophomore Kyla Faghan and sophomore Rylie Harlow won 6-4,6-3 and at 2nd dubs junior Chloe Wilson and sophomore Divya Kumar won 6-4,6-1! The ladies will take on Wellesley today at Wellesley!

Thursday, May 30, 2019

Panthers Playing in College

Row 1: Sean Kukauskas Bridgewater State Track, Olivia Johnson Endicott Soccer, Kathryn Dunn Curry College Basketball, Chloe Humfryes Assumption Soccer,
Erin Leahy Regis Basketball, Samantha Smith Boston College Soccer, Megan Henaghan Salve Regina Basketball, Marie Foscaldo Wheaton LAX,
Skylar Kuzmich Hofstra Soccer
Row 2: Dan KlineWentworth Track, Ethan Phelps Colby Football, Joey Depina Eastern Nazarene Basketball, Shane Ross Wheaton LAX, Derek Frank Mass Maritime Baseball, Nolan Clack Mitchell Soccer, Owen Manning Bryant Golf, Mike Cook Babson Baseball, Kyle O’Brien Westfield Track, Ed Scriven Quinnipiac Hockey
Row 3: Shane Schraut Wentworth Track/XC, Mason Gorman Wentworth LAX, Quinn Sweeney Springfield Football, Rian Schwede Endicott Baseball, Mike Connors Stonehill Football, Nathan Beath Curry Football, Ryan Trongone WPI Football, Dylan McCue Keystone College Football

Baseball Slips Past Spellman

Playing at home, Whitman-Hanson scored the go ahead run in the bottom of the sixth inning to break a 1-1 tie and held on to beat Cardinal Spellman.

Senior Evan Clark became a pinch runner in the bottom of the sixth inning for W-H, went to second on a fielder’s choice, moved to third on a wild pitch, and scored the Panther’s winning run on another wild pitch.

Devin Coulstring pitched for W-H,  scattering 5 hits, striking out 6 Spellman batters, and walking only 2 in his 6+ inning winning performance.

Spellman threatened in the top of the seventh before Tommy Marshall came on in relief with two men on and no outs.  Marshall preserved the win for the Panthers by retiring the next 3 Spellman batters in order.

Both  Whitman-Hanson pitchers were  involved in scoring W-H’s first run in the third inning. Tommy Marshall singled to lead the inning off. After a walk and a sacrifice bunt by Ethan Phelps, Coulstring scored Marshall on a fieldert’s choice.

Whitman-Hanson is now 13-5 overall and 9-4 in the Patriot League.

Girls Senior Night

Whitman Hanson 14 - East Bridgewater 6
A great Senior Day.  9 scorers tying the season high.  Junior Brooke Beauregard in goal played very well with 11 saves on 17 shots - 63% save rate.  The defense played very solid backed by Gabby Trongone, Chloe O'Neil, Marissa Connell and Joli Flamos.  Scorers were:  Riley Bina 4G, Zoe Lydon 3G 1A, Sami Whitman 1G 2A, Emily Sterns 1G, Taylor Ross 1G, Gabby Trongone 1G, Maddy Tassey 1G, Savannah Poirier 1G,, Jackie Keenan 1G, Katie Mulligan 1A.

Sunday, May 26, 2019

Division 2 Girls Track and Field Championship

Whitman-Hanson Girls Track qualified 15 girls for the Division 2 Track and Field Championships held at Merrimac College.  Junior Captain Samantha Perkins took the 7th place medal in the Javelin with a distance of 108' 11" while Junior Rylee Hurley too the 8th place medal in the 400 Hurdles with a time of 68.49 seconds.  Senior Captain Ally Bartlett also ran well in the 100 Hurdles with an outstanding time of 16.67 seconds.  And although she was edged out of a medal with a 9th place finish, Freshman Maya Kamperides had the performance of the day, shaving 30 seconds off her previous best in running an impressive 11:46 in the Two Mile.

Div 2 Results

official results:
Boys 2 mile :
11th  Theo Kamperides 10    9:58.37 
Boys 110 HH
27th  Dan Kline   12  18:44
Boys 400 LH
20th Shane Schraut 12   1:01.42
Boys 4 x 100
20th  46.83
Boys 4 x 400
20th  3:44.14
Boys 4 x 800
22nd  8:52.19
Cullen Poth   19th  110' 2"
Shot Put
Cullen Poth    21st  36'11"
Ryley Hurley  22nd 1:03.93
2 Mile
Myah Kamperides 9th  11:46.97
100 Hurdles
Allison Bartlett  19th  16.67
400 L H
Ryley Hurley 8th  1:08.49
4 x 400 
20th   4:42.10
4 x 800
20th  11:01.99
Samantha Perkins   7th  108'1"

Friday, May 24, 2019

WH Softball Wins

Whitman Hanson pulled off a great team win today against Scituate after five innings of play (25-6). Every player contributed offensively and defensively. Abby Clearly had the win on the mound with four k's and only one walk. Kayla Crawford, Emily McDonald and Kaylee Corbett each managed multiple hits for the Panthers.

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Patriot League Baseball: Whitman-Hanson 7 Scituate 2

> In a rained out Patriot League baseball game rescheduled from earlier in the season, the Panthers of Whitman-Hanson defeated visiting Scituate 7-2.
> After Scituate jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the top of the first inning, W-H's Ethan Phelps and Devin Coulstring answered with a singles in the bottom half of the inning.
> After Mike Cook walked to load the bases, Rian Schwede knocked in W-H's first run with a sacrifice fly.
> Then an error, singles by Derek Frank and Tommy Marshall, and another sacrifice fly by Danny Kent,
> completed the first inning scoring as the Panthers tallied a total of runs.
> W-H tacked on an insurance run in the seventh after an error, a sacrifice bunt by Phelps, and an rbi single by Cook.
> Senior pitcher Rian Schwede took the ball for W-H, and after the first inning shut out Scituate.
> Going the distance, Schwede held Scituate to 2 runs, on 2 hits, 7 Ks, and 3 BB.
> W-H is now 12-4 overall and 9-4 in the Patriot League.

Cheerleading Tryouts Coming Up Soon!

Tryouts for the Whitman-Hanson Cheerleading Program will be on June 10th and 11th in the Whitman-Hanson gym. There will be two full teams and no cuts will be made within the program.
June 10th 3-6 pm
June 11th 2:30-4:30 pm
Please wear red, black, or white attire with a bow!
ALL cheerleaders need to sign up on, take their impact test, and make sure to have an updated physical on file with the nurse or brought to tryouts.

Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Whitman-Hanson Boys Tennis 5/22

> Back to back wins for the Panthers boys tennis team as they defeated Cardinal Spellman 5-0. Brian Fox (6-1, 6-1) and Matt Hickey (6-0, 6-1) played phenomenally at singles while first doubles Griffin Pulkinen and Cam Lindsay (6-1, 6-0) and second doubles Jared Badger and Danny McDevitt (6-0, 6-1) also only let up one game each in total. Whitman-Hanson currently has a 3-13 record.

Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Boys Lacrosse: Whitman-Hanson vs. Marshfield 5/21

Sport: Boys Lacrosse

Opponent: Marshfield

Location: Marshfield

Win or Loss: Loss

Final Score: 13-3

Patriot League or NL: Non-League

League Record: 5-6

Overall Record: 9-10

Marshfield – The Panthers put forth a tremendous effort this evening at Marshfield HS against Rams only to fall 13-3 in a hard fought battle. WH kept the game at a score of 1-1 after the first quarter then 5-2 at the half way point as the Panther defense put the clamps down on the Rams, led by senior co-captains Ryan Trongone and Mario Troiani. Troiani was a sight to see between the pipes making 13 saves on the night while Trongone locked down their best attackman all game long. In the end, the Rams were just too deep but WH had goals by senior attackman Sean Joanis (1g), Senior co-captain Mason Gorman (1g), and sophomore Kyle Hamilton (1g). Junior Long-stick midfielder Adam Solari was impressive all game as he collected 7 ground balls and was all over the field making plays.

This game ends WH's season at 9-10 overall and 5-6 in the Patriot League.   

Whitmanhanson Girls Tennis

> The girls tennis team defeated Pembroke today 4-1. Lexi Connolly ,Abby Pulling ,and Julia Benvie all won their singles matches in straight sets. At second doubles Chloe Wilson and Divya Kumar won 6-2,6-0! Their record is now 8-8! They travel to cardinal spellman tomorrow.
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Boys Tennis Wins

The Whitman-Hanson boys tennis team secured their second win today against Pembroke 4-1. First singles player, captain Brian Fox (6-2, 6-2) and second singles player Matt Hickey (6-0, 6-0) both won their matches in two sets. Both doubles teams with Griffin Pulkinen and Cam Lindsey at first doubles (6-2, 6-4) and Jared Badger and Nolen Smith at second doubles (6-1, 6-0) won their sets as well. The Panthers have a 2-12 record and look forward to matching up against Cardinal Spellman tomorrow.

Sunday, May 19, 2019

WH Athletics Update

It has been an unprecedented spring in terms of the amount of rain we have endured which wreaks havoc with all of our schedules.  It is a tribute to Ernie Sandland, Matt Carew and the entire facilities crew that we have been able to navigate with limited interruption.  The field at the high school which has the most difficulty in handling the water is our varsity baseball field.  We owe the Whitman DPW and the Whitman Recreation department our thanks and appreciation for welcoming our team to use Memorial Field the last several days.  This field has been renovated in such a fashion that is rivals the varsity fields used by other schools.  Once again this spirit of cooperation demonstrates how lucky we are to be a part of this community.

Here is the latest in WH Athletics

The boys lacrosse team celebrated senior night in fine fashion on Friday by beating Cardinal Spellman, 16-3 under the lights.  Senior co-captain Mario Troiani made 12 saves between the pipes and co-captain Ryan Trongone anchored the D causing 5 turnovers and picking up 4 ground balls. Junior long-stick middie Adam Solari was a wizard on the carpet as he picked up 8 ground balls on the day. Senior co-captain Shane Ross (6g) led the offensive charge with 6 goals while Ryan Downing (4g) was impressive with 4 goals for himself. Senior Captain Mason Gorman (2g, 3a) was stellar as always on both ends of the field chipping in for 5 points. The senior dynamic duo of Sean Joanis (2g) and Riley White (2g) had several exciting plays that energized the crowd. Both Joanis and White had two goals each. Senior Griffin Nickerson won 70% of the face-offs helping the Panthers control the ball all game while fellow senior Brady Lasky was a force on the wing during face-offs and in transition. Whitman-Hanson is now back to .500, but they must win their last game against Marshfield next Tuesday in order to remain tournament eligible. Face-off is at 5:30 next Tuesday at Marshfield High School.

The girls lacrosse team will celebrate their senior night on Tuesday June 28th before their game with East Bridgewater.  It has been an impressive season for the girls despite losing many players to graduation last year and dealing with a slew of injuries. Even though the team lost to Plymouth South 9-8 on Thursday it was one of the most uplifting games of the spring to watch as Maddy Tassey stepped up to play goalie for the first time ever.  Not only did she play great stopping 8 of 17 shots but the rest of the team rallied behind her and her incredible effort.  If you were in attendance and watched the team spirit and support for each other you couldn’t help but be impressed.  The team bounced back the very next night by beating Cardinal Spellman in a  thriller, 9-8.  This time it was Brooke Beuregard getting her shot in net and she too was brilliant stopping 7 of 15 shots.  Zoe Lydon had 5 goals while Emily Sterns, Samim Whitman, Katie Mulligan and Emily Berthiume all scored one.

The baseball team has hit a tough stretch after dropping three straight this week.  Despite dropping into third place in the league, the Panthers are only 2 games behind first place and still have a shot to win their third straight league title.  On Saturday, Rian Schwede pitched well in the 6-1 loss to Silver Lake while helping his own cause by belting a long RBI double in the first inning. Junior Devin Coulstring was the tough luck loser on Friday as former WH star Brandon Josselyn led his Duxbury Dragons to a 5-2 win over the Panthers.  Despite some early struggles in the game, Coulstring battled back and turned in his first varsity complete game retiring 10 in a row at one point.  The Panthers will have to right the ship this week as they travel to Hingham on Monday to try and avenge one of their 4 losses on the season.

The softball team recorded a great win on Friday beating Duxbury 8-3.  The team pounded out 11 hits including a three run homer by Abby Cleary who also notched the win on the mound.  Victoria Ryan, Annie Cook and Emily McDonald all has multi hit games.  The team will play host to Hingham tomorrow (Monday 5/20) as they will celebrate their senior night.

The girls track team earned the sportsmanship award for the Patriot League this week.  This is a testament to the great program our coach Steve George leads.  The girls participated in the league meet this week where Olivia Borgen took the top spot in the 200 meter while crossing second in the 100 meter.  Ryley Hurley was second in the 400 meter hurdles.  In the 2 mile, Myah Kamperides and Anna Sullivan took first and second respectively.  Samantha Perkins won the Javellin.  The girls finished third as a team with 77 points.

On the boys side, Patrick Bui and Dyllan Burns took 5th and 6th respectively in the 400 meter while Brandon Hager was third in the mile.  Theo Kamperides was first in the two mile while teammate Nathan Tassey was 5th.  Shane Schraut was the 5th place finisher in the 400 meter hurdles.  The boys finished 7th as a team with 55 points.

Whitman-Hanson boys tennis team celebrated their seniors in a match against North Plymouth. All five seniors, Matthew Hickey, Griffin Pulkinen, Jared Badger, Nolen Smith, and Edward Acorn saw varsity playing time. Cameron Lindsay and Brian Fox also played in their respective match slots.

The girls tennis team  notched  a crucial win on Wednesday beating Plymouth North in a thriller, 3-2.  In 1st singles junior Lexi Connolly won 6-1,6-2 and in 3rd singles sophomore Julia Benvie won 6-1,6-0.  The 2nd doubles team of junior Chloe Wilson and sophomore Divya Kumar defeated their opponents 6-0,6-2.  The girls are 7-7 and must go 3-3 over their final 6 matches to qualify for the state tournament.