Thursday, January 29, 2015

Swimming Post Season

Matt Evans Playing for Team USA


Whitman Hanson’s own Matt Evans is playing for TeamUSA. He is playing on the National Select Team vs IFAF if you are interested. He is #78 playing Center. The game is 10 am central so 11 am at home he is playing at Cowboy Stadium. 


For any of you who want to watch Matts game next Saturday it can be viewed on line at Internationalbowl.com or on ESPN 3. His game is 10am Texas time so 11am here.


Sunday, January 25, 2015

Whitman/Hanson Silver Lake Girls Varsity

Whitman/Hanson –Silver Lake 4    King Philip  4

Mel McAleer 3 goals

Hannah Tracey 1 goal

Colleen Hughes- 2 assists

Mk Webb – 1 assist

Emily Kelliher- 1 assist


Hannah Tracy for WHSL scored  with a pulled goalie to tie the game. Lost ten days ago to KP 12-0.

Friday, January 23, 2015

Girls win!!!

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Boys Basketball Tops Silver Lake

Whitman- Junior captain Nick Smith poured in 24 points and Junior Mitchell Kinney posted a double-double (16 points and 10 rebounds) to lead Whitman-Hanson  to an 81-70 win over Silver Lake.  Juniors Josh Rice and Brenndan Rogers both chipped in with 15 for the Panthers who improve to 9 and 3 (8-2 Patriot League).  Rob Ventula led Silver Lake with 26 points.

Girls basketball Wins

Whitman Hanson (6-7, 4-6) defeated Silver Lake 40-25 with tremendous team defense. Senior Erin Clifford had 11 points and 12 boards while sophomore Sarah Saccardo chipped in with 7 points. Seven players scored for the panthers.




Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Girls Basketball Cruises

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Sunday, January 18, 2015

Patriot League Boys Basketball Standings

High School Boys Basketball Standings
Patriot League 1-18-15
Keenan Division

Quincy                     7-1      9-2
Whitman Hanson     7-1      8-2
Plymouth North        5-3     7-3
Duxbury                    4-4     5-5
Silver Lake                2-6    3-7
Hingham                   1-7    2-8

Tanner Bouchard Silver Lake 10-185=18.5
Austin Ward Ply.north 10-176=17.6
Colin Evans Quincy 11-193=17.5
Brenndan Rogers Jr.Whitman Hanson 10-175=17.5
Ryan Reagan Duxbury 10-165=16.5 


Fisher Division
 Pembroke                   5-3    8-3
Scituate                      5-3     6-4
North Quincy              4-3     6-5
Hanover                     4-4     7-5
Plymouth South         4-4     5-4
Middleboro                0-8     0-9

Jack Buckley Hanover 12-306=25.5
Ben McLarey Scituate 10-192=19.2

Ryan Morrissey Plymouth South 9-156=17.3 
Matt Gerakis North Quincy 11-178=16.8 
Solomen Umoren North Quincy 11-168=15.3

Whitman-Hanson Wrestling





Whitman-Hanson Wrestling capped off a tremendous week of wrestling Saturday finishing second out of ten teams in the Annual Weymouth Tournament. Senior Captain Cory Reid led the teams way with a 1st place finish in the 106 pound weight class. Earlier in the week the Panther grapplers hosted a fourteen team tournament of its own where they finished in third place. That day senior captain Garrett McSweeney placed 2nd in the 195 lb weight class. On wednesday night the Panthers hosted Quincy High for its second league meet of the season. The team started the match with three consecutive pins and never looked back finishing off Quincy 59-21.

Pictures...Luke Rogers waits in the bottom starting position
Picture...Cory Reid proudly displays his 1st Place medal from the Weymouth Tournament




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Saturday, January 17, 2015

D3 Relays

At today's MSTCA D3 relays, Whitman-Hanson's Sprint Medley team of Samantha Coletti, Jordyn Braley, Alivia Gillis and Olivia Reed finishing 2nd overall in 12:42

The Distance Medley team of Kelsey Tierney, Lily Perkins-Reisdorf, Caroline Mulrey and Samantha Coletti finished 3rd overall in 12:48.02.

And the 4 x 800 team of Abbie Newman, Caroline Mulrey, Nicole Norve and Jillian O'Leary qualified for the All State meet with an impressive time of 10:25.

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Track D3 Relay

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Friday, January 16, 2015

Girls basketball WH at PN

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Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Girls Track & Field




The final score of tonight's meet versus Plymouth North has not been published yet, but there were some notable performances.  Alexandra Santos took first place in both the Long Jump and the 55M Dash.  Alex also ran the anchor leg of a thrilling 4 X 200 in which she made up nearly 20 Meters to lead W-H to a split-second win in the event.  Samantha Coletti again took first in the 600, and Olivia Reed was the top finisher in the High Jump.  The team also got outstanding performances from Caroline Mulrey in the 2 Mile, Abbie Newman and Nicole Norve in the Mile, and Alivia Gillis in the Dash.
 

Boys Track

Whitman-Hanson was lead by triple winner Nick Haley, Nick won the long jump, 55 dash and the 300 meters and was second in the high jump. Other winners for the Panthers on the night, Pat Brett mile, Jason Keenan 1000, Brian Edwards high jump, Matt Evans shot put and Lucas Moscoso 2 mile. The boys had some great performances in their third straight victory, their record is now 3-1. Next up is the state relays on Saturday.

Girls Suffer tough loss

WH (4-5, 3-4) kept it close for the first 3 quarters before Quincy pulled ahead in the 4th to win 47-28. Solid defensive effort by the Panthers.


Boys Basketball Wins Nailbiter

The Whitman-Hanson boys basketball team survived a back and forth affair with Quincy, 79-74 in a battle of the top two teams in the Patriot League.  Junior Cole Manning scored all 8 of his points in the final quarter and also picked up 3 big assists to lead the Panthers (8-1,7-0) to the victory.  Junior captain Nick Smith led 4 players in double figures with 23 points while Junior Josh Rice (16 points) drilled 4 3 pointers.  Senior JT Bain was immense for Quincy (8-1, 6-1) scoring 37 points.

Monday, January 12, 2015

Girls Basketball Suffers Road Loss

WH Girls basketball dropped to 4-4 (2-3) after losing to NQ 38-29. Sophomore Sarah Saccardo had 10 points for the visiting Panthers. 

Boys Basketball Posts Home Win

Whitman – Junior Brenndan Rogers tossed in 20 points and Junior captain Nick Smith added 14 as Whitman-Hanson defeated North Quincy, 65-54 in a battle of the two defending Patriot League Champions.  Junior Josh Rice chipped in with 12 while Junior Mitch Kinney scored 8 points and pulled down 14 rebounds for the Panthers who improve to 7-1, 6-0.  Solomon Umoren led North Quincy with 18.  Whitman-Hanson plays host to Quincy on Wednesday in a battle of the top two teams in the league.

Sunday, January 11, 2015

UPDATE FROM WH ATHLETICS

Its been a cold winter, but our athletic teams have been red hot in the early part of the season.  Here is the latest from WH Athletics.

1)    Our wrestling team just returned from a trip to Disney World where they competed in the KSA tournament.  While they went just 2 and 4 overall, they competed at a high level with many close matches and outstanding performances.  More importantly than that, the team created memories that will last a lifetime.  Just like with every athletic trip with any of our teams, the players, coaches and parents worked tirelessly to raise the money to make this trip a reality.  Whitman-Hanson never spends any school money on any athletic team travel out of state.  Part of the benefit of trips like this is actually the process of working toward such a terrific team goal.  Our wrestling team is really a special group – this includes everyone associated with the program.  Yesterday we hosted the Panther Wrestling Invitational with more than 14 schools attending and the Panthers turned in an outstanding team performance earning 3rd place.  Senior Garrett McSweeney advanced to the finals and captured second place in his weight class. The parents volunteered to run the concession stand and even helped the coaches with setup and cleanup.  The players and coaches did a great job in organizing the event and getting all of the mats and equipment necessary for this Panther tradition.  The team returns to league play Tuesday night when they host Quincy at 7pm.
2)    The boys and girls track team competed at Boston University on Wednesday.  The Girls team posted a decisive win over Duxbury High School 69-21 Samantha Coletti ran the State's fastest 1000 of the year, winning with a time of 2:54.48.  Alexandra Santos placed first in the 55M and the 300M (42.4) Dash along with the Long Jump.  It was Kelsey Tierney in the Mile (5:43) and Caroline Mulrey in the 2 Mile (12:19) for the Panthers.  And Olivia Reed scored in four events (300M, High Jump, Long Jump, and 4 x 200.). The girls take on Plymouth North Wednesday at 5:30pm at the Reggie Lewis Center.
3)    The Boys track team beat Duxbury, 61- 39. Whitman Hanson was led by Captains Nick Haley and Pat Brett, Nick won the 55 Dash and 300 meters, Pat was victorious in the mile and 2 mile. Other winners for the Panthers Blake Carpenter in the hurdles, Brian Edwards High Jump, Jayson Keenan 1000, Jack Ryan 600 and Matt Evans in the shot put. The boys had 19 personal bests on the night, this makes it two wins in a row.  The boys take on Plymouth North Wednesday at 5:30pm at the Reggie Lewis Center.
4)    The girls swim  team beat Hanover, 90-76 while not scoring in the last 4 events because of the lead they had built early.   Lauren Bonavita took first in the 100 back with a best time of 1:16.74.  Abby Bailey took 1st in the 50 Free with a time of 27.83 Lexie Sangleer took first in the 500 free with a best time of 7:10.47.  The girls have two big meets next week hosting North Quincy on Tuesday and Silver Lake on Thursday.
5)    The girls basketball team played two tough games this week and split a pair of league games. On Tuesday they became the first team  to beat Pembroke this year with a 49-42 victory.  Eight different Panthers scored including Erin Clifford and Taylor McVeigh who combined for 19 points and 17 rebounds. Unfortunately, on Friday night Hingham broke open a 2 point game with 4 minutes left and pulled away to beat the Panthers, 51-38.  The WH girls are 4-3 overall and 2 and 2 in the league.  The girls are on the road Monday (North Quincy), Wednesday (Quincy) and Friday (Plymouth North) this week.
6)    The boys basketball team recorded two road wins this week defeating both Pembroke and Hingham.  Junior captain Nick Smith scored 14 of his game high 23 points to lead Whitman-Hanson to a 73-58 win over Pembroke on Tuesday. Junior Mitchell Kinney posted a double-double with 15 points and 10 rebounds while Junior Josh Rice chipped in with 11. On Friday, Junior Brenndan Rogers scored 15 of his game high 18 points to lift the Panthers to a 56-44 win at Hingham. Josh Rice added 16 for the Panthers to improve to 6-1, 5-0. The boys are home Monday (North Quincy), Wednesday (Quincy) and Friday (Plymouth North) this week.
7)    Boys Hockey had a light week this week, enjoying the bye on Wednesday.  Unfortunately, they dropped  a 7 to 2 decision at home to Plymouth South.  Alex Uva and jared Pendrak recorded the goals.  The boys are back in action on Wednesday at home against Silver Lake at 8pm.
8)    The girls hockey team had a tough week dropping two games.  They lost to Marshfield on Thursday 5 to 2 and then saw a 1-0 lead disappear in the third period on Saturday to lose to Norwell 3-1.  The girls play a rare Tuesday game at King Philip on Tuesday at 5:45pm.

9)    Our cheerleaders are working hard to get ready for their trip to Dallas in a couple of weeks for Nationals.  Be sure to catch some of their routine at the boys basketball games this week.  Although details have not be released yet on exactly what they will be doing, there are plans for a showcase on Tuesday 1/20 here at WH.  We will post info on this soon.

Friday, January 9, 2015

Patriot League Boys Basketball

Hingham - Junior Brenndan Rogers scored 15 of his game high 18 points to lift Whitman-Hanson to a 56-44 win over Hingham in Patriot League basketball. Junior Josh Rice added 16 for the Panthers to improve to 6-1, 5-0.
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Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Whitman-Hanson Girls Indoor Track & Field







The Whitman-Hanson Girls Track and Field team posted a decisive win over Duxbury High School 69-21 Wednesday night at Boston University.  Samantha Coletti ran the State's fastest 1000 of the year, winning with a time of 2:54.48.  Alexandra Santos placed first in the 55M and the 300M (42.4) Dash along with the Long Jump.  It was Kelsey Tierney in the Mile (5:43) and Caroline Mulrey in the 2 Mile (12:19) for the Panthers.  And Olivia Reed scored in four events (300M, High Jump, Long Jump, and 4 x 200.) 


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Tuesday, January 6, 2015

WH vs Pembroke girls hoop

WH girls basketball defeated Pembroke 49-42 to improve to 4-2 (3-1 league) on the season. Eight different Panthers scored. Erin Clifford and Taylor McVeigh combined for 19 points and 17 rebounds. Senior Casey Corr added 7 points off the bench. WH travels to Hingham on Friday.

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Patriot League Boys Basketball

> Pembroke-Junior captain Nick Smith scored 14 of his game high 23 points to lead Whitman-Hanson to a 73-58 win over Pembroke. Junior Mitchell Kinney posted a double-Double with 17 points and 11 rebounds while Junior Josh Rice chipped in with 11 to help the Panthers improve to 5-1 (4-0 in Patriot League). Pete Coner led the Titans (5-2) with 17 points.

Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Boys Basketball Rebounds

Orlando - The Whitman-Hanson boys basketball team defeated Circle Christian High school tonight, 75-64 behind a monster game from junior Center Mitchell Kinney (21 points and 13 rebounds). The Panthers broke open a tie game at the half by erupting for 41 points in the second half as 10 different players found the scoring column win including junior Brenndan Rogers who tossed in 19 points and junior captain Nick Smith added 11. "This trip for us as a team is always about a lot more than winning and losing. It's an opportunity to build on our team chemistry and the pursuit of each player appreciating what each of their teammates brings to the table. That's why a complete team win like this means so much," Head Coach Bob Rodgers said.

The Panthers went 1-1 on their annual winter trip to Florida improving to 4-1 on the season.

Girls Basketball Wins

WH (3-2, 2-1) defeated Sandwich 49-33. Soph Taylor McVeigh led the way with 13 points. Junior Aly Wahlberg and Senior Danielle Barretto both had good games for the Panthers. Erin Clifford was selected to PN Christmas Tourney All-tournament team.

Boys ice hockey.

Loss 4-3 in overtime to Dartmouth in tourney finals. Goes in the books as a 3-3 tie.
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Monday, December 29, 2014

WH vs Rockland

WH (2-2, 2-1) were defeated by Rockland in the first game of Plymouth North Christmas Tournament 48-42 in a hard fought battle. Senior Erin Clifford had 15 points, 10 rebounds and 7 steals.

WH Boys Fall in Double OT

Orlando- The Whitman-Hanson boys basketball team lost in double overtime to Downey Christian, 66-61. Junior Brenndan Rogers led the way with 23 points while Nick Smith tossed in 13. The a Panthers fall to 3-1. They are back in action tomorrow against Circle High.

Sunday, December 28, 2014

Girls Hockey




Whitman Hanson/Silver Lake-9
Latin Academy 6

WHSL
Mel McAleer 4 goals
Hannah Tracey 4 goals. 1 asst.
Mk Webb 1 goal. 1 assist
Emily Kelliher 2 asst.
Colleen Hughes 2 asst.
Katie Johnson 1 asst.
Shannon Elwood 1 asst.







 

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Friday, December 26, 2014

Boys ice hockey wins

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> Beat Sacred Heart 3-1. Goals by Zach Burke, Alex Uva and Jared Pendrak. Assists by Pendrak, Liam Sweeney and 2 assists by AJ Carr.
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Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Whitman-Hanson Girls Indoor Track & Field




On Tuesday, the Whitman-Hanson Girls Indoor Track team won over Quincy/North Quincy by a score of 64.5 - 27.5 at the Reggie Lewis Track & Athletic Center.
 
For Whitman, Junior Samantha Coletti won the Mile in 5:07 and led the 4 x 400 team to wins.  Seniors Kelsey Tierney and Caroline Mulrey took first in the 1000 and 2 Mile, respectively.  Sophomore Alexandra Santos won both the 55 Dash (7.64) and Long Jump (16' .5".) 
 
Quincy/North Quincy's Melody Umoren won the Shot Put with a throw of 36' 4.5" and Isabel Flaherty, with a jump of 4" 11" placed first in the High Jump.

Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Whitman-Hanson Girls Track


The official results are not yet available but an educated guess has the Whitman-Hanson Girls winning over North Quincy by a 75-25 score.  Samantha Coletti set a new school Indoor Mile record with an impressive 5:06.  Senior Captain Kelsey Tierney ran a state qualifying 1000 meter race.  Caroline Mulrey also ran a State qualifying 2 Mile.  Freshman Patricia Cole posted a high jump of 4' 9" to qualify for the State Championship Meet as well.  All these runners finished first for their team this evening.  In addition, the girls 4 x 400 team of Samantha Coletti, Lillian Perkins, Jill O'Leary and Nicole Norve easily qualified for the State Championship with a 4:18 finish.

More details to follow when the official results are received

Boys ice hockey.

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Monday, December 22, 2014

WH @ Middleboro girls basketball

>>> Whitman-Hanson (2-1, 2-1) defeated Middleboro 58-15. Senior captain Erin Clifford led the way with 17 points, 12 rebounds, and 5 blocks. Sophomores Sophie O'Brien and Taylor McVeigh combined for 18 points and 15 boards. 9 different Panthers scored. Solid team defense.
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