Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Boys Soccer

Please report to the turf field at 11am on Thursday - all levels - freshmen must bring a copy of valid physical.

Monday, August 22, 2016

Football practices

Practice is today 3-5 and rest of the week 2:30-5 meetings at 2 today and 1:45 the other three days

Friday, August 19, 2016

Cheerleading Practice Times next week

Cheerleading Practice Times
Tuesday-Thursday  9-11am
Friday- 8-10am.

Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Rabinovitz Hired as New Wrestling Coach

Whitman – Whitman-Hanson Regional High School announced today the hiring of Gary Rabinovitz as the school’s new wrestling coach.  Rabinovitz replaces Dr. Kevin Broderick who resigned due to work commitments but will remain on as a volunteer assistant coach.

“I participated on the first ever WH Wrestling team back in 1977.  I could not be any more excited about this opportunity.  This has been a dream of mine for the past 28 years,” Rabinovitz said.  “I’m excited to lead WH wrestling back to being the top team on the south shore and a leader in the state.”

Rabinovitz, who has been on the coaching staff at Whitman-Hanson since 2013 as an assistant, has an extensive coaching background.  He was the head coach at Bridgewater State College from 1989 to 1991 as well as the head coach of American International College from 1991 to 1995.  “We are very lucky to get a coach with such an impressive background but more importantly, I have been able to witness up close how Coach Rabinovitz motivates his student-athletes in a positive and professional manner.  While we were very disappointed to lose Coach Broderick, we couldn’t be happier to fill the post with such a qualified individual,” Whitman-Hanson Athletic Director Bob Rodgers said.  “The kids were disappointed at the news of Coach Broderick’s departure but they are very excited that coach Rabinovitz was selected to lead the program.”

Rabinovitz has an impressive list of accomplishments on the mat himself.

1990 Inducted into Whitman-Hanson Hall of Fame
1988 Final US Olympic Wrestling Trials participant
1988 3rd place United States National Greco Roman Championships
1985-1988 All Army Wrestling Team member
1985-1988 US Olympic Training Center (World Class Athlete Program)
1985-1988 Team Member of Local German Wrestling club
6 time US Army Europe Wrestling Champion
1984 Plymouth State All New England Wrestler
1977-79 Undefeated Whitman-Hanson Wrestler (1st & 2nd year team)


Whitman-Hanson competes in the Keenan Division of the Patriot League.  The program currently has 498 wins and should reach the 500 win milestone this season.  “We have some incredible alumni here at WH and the support we continue to receive tells the storied success of our program.  Reaching the 500 victory milestone is a testament to all those who came before me, both wrestlers and coaches.” Rabinovitz said.

Golf Tryouts

Thursday and Friday (25+26th) both at 12:00 (be at Ridder CC by 11:15 on first day for information) and then Monday the 29th at 2:00.  

Field Hockey Try Out Information

Try outs for all levels of field hockey are 8/25 and 8/26 9-11 am.   Also,  8/27 1-3:30.

No one can tryout without an up to date physical on file.  All freshmen MUST bring a copy of their latest physical.

Every player must have a parent permission slip filled out online as well.

Volleyball Tryout Information

Volleyball tryouts for all grades will be held in the gym on the 8/25 and 8/26  from 8-10am and 11-1pm as well as Saturday the 27th from 8-10am.  Be sure to bring water bottles and a snack.

Football Pre Season Information

Football 
Varsity/JV 
Friday: Seniors report at 12, Juniors and Sophomores report at 1, team meeting at 2 with practice 3-5
Saturday: report at 7:30 practice 8:30-10:30
Sunday: Athletic First Night 5:30
Freshmen:
Sunday: Athletic First Night 5:30

Monday-Wednesday 12-2

Cross Country Pre-Season Information

Cross Country practices will start on Thursday, August 25th on the Outdoor Track.  The practice schedule is as follows:

Thursday 8/25 @ 4:00PM

Friday 8/26 @ 4:00PM
Saturday 8/27 @ 9:00AM
Monday 8/29 @ 4:00PM
Tuesday 8/30 @ 4:00PM

Wednesday 8/31 @ 2:30PM (return to classes)

Whitman Hanson Girls’ Soccer Pre Season Schedule

Whitman Hanson Girls’ Soccer

2016 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. When you get a physical from your doctor you must obtain a note/form saying that you are in good physical health and you may participate without restrictions. Make sure your physician dates the note/form. All parents must register/complete parent permission on line. Online registration can be found under athletics on the school website.
 You will not be able to tryout until all of this information is completed.
           
Listed below are Important Dates and Tryout Times ***************************

August 21 (Sunday) – Athletic First Night
            4:45pm – Freshmen take impact concussion test (must be done prior to tryouts)
5:30pm – All grades must attend with at least one parent

August 24 (Wednesday)
            *3:00pm – 4:00pm** (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 20 minutes prior to starting time.
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Tryout Times 

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

August 25 – Tryouts

            2:30 – 4:30 (Freshmen) Meet in gym  Bring Physical forms. (Remember your soccer ball)
            4:00 -   (Soph,Jr,Sr) Timed 2 mile if you have not done it.
4:30 – 7:30pm (Soph, Jr, Sr)

August 26 – Tryouts

                3:00 – 4:30 - Freshmen
4:30 - 7:30pm (Soph, Jr, Sr)

August 27 – Tryouts (selections made and emailed by 2pm)

            7:30am – 11:00 am (Soph, Jr, Sr & selected Freshmen) Home scrimmage with E.B (8:15am)
            1:30 – 3:30 (Freshmen)
3:30 – 5:30pm (Varsity and JV only)

 

August 28 – Varsity and JV practice (5:00 – 7:00)



August 29 –  
                 2:15 – 4:30 Everyone practices

Aug 30 -

            3:00 Varsity & J.V scrimmage(Walpole)
            2:15 – 4:30      Freshman team practice

Aug 31 –

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

Sept 1
            3:00 – Varsity and JV Home scrimmage with Falmouth  

Sept 2
            2:15     Everyone practices
           

Sept 3 – Scrimmage

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


If you have any questions please feel free to contact me at 781-618-7415(school) or email me at david.floeck@whrsd.org



Monday, June 6, 2016

Baseballs season comes to an end

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> Whitman-Hanson lost to visiting Falmouth 4-2 in the Division 2 Quarterfinals.
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> The Panthers completed their season with a 16-6 record.
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> Senior righty Tim DeCouto was outstanding as the hard luck loser on the mound, giving up 2 earned runs, on 8 hits, striking out 3 and walking 1 in six innings of work.
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> Lefty Brenndan Rogers came in to relieve in the seventh inning and completed his season with another scoreless inning.
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> Offensively Whitman-Hanson left 12 men on base in the game, and that ultimately led to their defeat.
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> Senior Co-Captain Nate Perkins had 2 hits for the Panthers , as did junior Austin Hyde. Seniors Tom Chmura and Mickey Martell, and junior Luke Tamulevich also had hits.
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> The Whitman Hanson varsity baseball team battled right to the very end , as it has throughout the entire season.
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> First year coach Pat Cronin is very proud of the entire team , especially the seniors.
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> Making the tournament for the first time after going 6-14 last year, this year's seniors showed the underclassmen and their school how baseball should be played.
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> Turning 2 more double plays today, the Panthers ended with 33 twin killings in one season, a credit to their commitment to playing excellent defense.

Thursday, June 2, 2016

First Round MIAA State Baseball Tourney: Somerset Berkley Regional @ Whitman-Hanson Regional

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> Whitman-Hanson advanced to the next round of the state baseball tournament with an 11-0 win over visiting Somerset Berkley Regional.
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> Senior Brenndan Rogers started for the Panthers and went 5 innings without giving up a run. He struck out 5, walked 2 and gave up only 2 hits.
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> Seniors Time DeCouto and Jayson Keenan preserved the shutout, each pitching an inning of relief.
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> The Panthers infield turned 5 double plays during the game.
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> Offensively, Jim Dolan was 2 for 2 with a single and a long triple for 2 rbis.
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> Luke Tamulevich had a single and a long double and 3 rbis.
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> Tom Chmura, Nick Haley, Rick Sherlock, Nick Spyropoulos, and Mickey Martell all had hits to help the W-H cause.
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> Whitman-Hanson is now 16-5 and will host Falmouth on Monday in the Quarterfinals of the Division 2 South.
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Wednesday, June 1, 2016

WH Girls Lacrosse

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> The Whitman-Hanson Girls Varsity Lacrosse team played in Braintree today in the first round of the MIAA tournament. It was a back and forth game for the first half with both teams fighting for every possession. Despite the 10-7 halftime score it was a close initial 25 minutes of play. Braintree capitalized on some WH errors to extend the lead to 14-7 in the beginning of the second half. The Panthers battled back behind hat tricks by Lauren Bonavita and Ali Joanis. Lauren even had a goal as the final buzzer went off, but it did not count as WH lost 18-10. Scoring for the Panthers in their final game was Gabby Majenski (2 goals) and Rylee Holmes (goal, assist). Taylor McVeigh (6 draw controls) and Mel McAleer (goal) also played well at the center position. Kasey Molito had 10 saves in goal. The Panthers enjoyed their best Patriot League record (6-4) in school history. WH also had 4 All Stars this year (Rachel Kelly, Majenski, McVeigh, and Molito) which is also a school first. Great season for a tough, talented team.
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Monday, May 30, 2016

Fwd: D2 Girls Track & Field Championship

The Eastern Massachusetts Division 2 Girls Track & Field Championship was held at Norwell High School finishing 21st in a 38 team field.  Senior Captain Samantha Coletti won the 2 Mile in a personal best time of 10:58 and will move on to the All-State Meet to be held at Westfield State College June 4.  Senior Captain Abbie Newman also ran a personal best in the mile with a time of 5:27, finishing 9th overall.  Also performing well for the Panthers were Lillian Perkins-Reisdorf (400, 4 x 100 and 4 x 400) and Lily Nolan (100, 200 a 4 x 100) who each qualified for three events.



Boys D2 meet

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Sunday, May 29, 2016

Final Patriot League Baseball stats/records week ending 5/29/16




Keenan
Plymouth North 16-4, 12-3
Silver Lake 17-5, 12-3
Whitman-Hanson 15-5, 10-5
Duxbury 8-10, 6-9
Quincy 7-13, 4-11
Hingham 7-14, 4-11

Fisher
Middleboro 13-5, 11-5
Plymouth South 12-8, 9-7
Pembroke 11-9, 9-7
Hanover 11-9, 8-8
Scituate 8-12, 5-11
North Quincy 4-16, 1-10

Hitting
Evan Gwozdz Midd 31/62, .500 AVG, 11 RBI
Nick Haley WH 29/58, .500 AVG, 5 HR, 14 RBI
Anthony Videtto SL 31/71, .437 AVG, 4 HR, 15 RBI
Owen Gates Scit 22/51, .431 AVG, 12 RBI
Justin Cabral PN, 16/40, .400 AVG, 11 RBI
Dan Collins SL 24/60, .400 AVG, 16 RBI
Brendan Kates Dux 18/45, .400 AVG, 4 RBI
Mike Vegnani Scit 26/65, .400 AVG, 7 RBI
Josh Brown Hing 24/61, .393 AVG, 9 RBI
Matt Lanagan Han 24/61, ,393 AVG, 2 HR, 7 RBI
Eddy Hart Midd 20/51, .392 AVG, 17 RBI
Brendan Chipman Midd 21/54 .389 AVG, 1 HR, 9 RBI
Sean Cornell Han 19/49, .388 AVG, 7 RBI
Colin Nicklas PN, 25/65 .385 AVG, 15 RBI

Pitching
Don Cohoon PN 5-0 26 IP, 1 ER, 0.27 ERA, 20 K
Dan Collins SL 3-2, 33.67 IP, 3 ER, 0.62 ERA, 29 K
Christian Nashawaty Pemb 8-2, 55.33 IP, 0.76 ERA, 60 K
Brendan Rogers WH 6-1, 46.33 IP, 6 ER, 0.91 ERA, 42K
Anthony Videtto SL 3-1, 30 IP, 5 ER, 1.17 ERA, 49 K
Chris Elliot PS 6-1, 46 IP, 1.21 ERA, 24 K
Jayson Keenan WH 2-1, 23 IP, 4 ER, 1.22 ERA, 27 K
Tim DeCouto WH 2-2, 28.33 IP, 5 ER, 1.24 ERA, 18 K
Dan Graceffa Duz, 4-2, 40.33 IP, 8 ER, 1.39 ERA, 35K
Jason Johndrow SL 5-2, 39.33 IP, 8 ER, 1.42 ERA, 40 K
Josh Helfrich NQ 2-2 32 IP, 7 ER, 1.53 ERA, 25 K
Colin Nicklas PN 3-2, 28.67 IP, 8 ER, 1.95 ERA, 33 K

Thursday, May 26, 2016

WH softball vs Scituate

WH finished their season 8-12 (6-9 PL) collecting 13 total hits with a 17-1 victory over Scituate. Jr Emily Cook allowed just 2 hits, 0 earned runs, and struck out 6 and went 3-4 at the plate with 2 RBI and 2 R. Jr Kristin Arthur went 2-3 with 3 RBI and 3 R. Jr Sarah Saccardo and So Colleen Hughes combined for 7 RBIs. All 9 batters scored.
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Wednesday, May 25, 2016

WH softball vs Norwell

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Whitman _ Hanson Regional Baseball vs Cardinal Spellman today 5/25/16

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> The Whitman- Hanson Panthers came back from a 2-0 deficit to beat Cardinal Spellman 8-2 on Senior Day for the baseball team.
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> Freshman Rian Schwede came on in relief in the bottom of the second inning with no outs and runners on first and second. He escaped with only 1 of the runners scoring, and then shut down Spellman the rest of the way for his second win on the mound. He gave up no runs on 4 hits, walked one, and struck out 1.
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Girls tennis

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WH Girls Lacrosse

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Family Science Fun Night - May 25

 

 

Hello All:

 

We are offering our annual Family Science Fun Night again this year. Please join us for an entertaining evening of Science Fun!

 

 


~AP Science Teachers and Students

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

17th Annual

Family Science Fun Night!!

 

Come join the High School Advanced Placement Science Students in the Whitman-Hanson High School Cafeteria for an evening of science wizardry and experimentation. Teams of AP science students have researched and prepared hands-on science activities geared to grade K-5 students.

 

Where: Whitman-Hanson High School Cafeteria

When:            Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Time:             6:30PM-8:30 PM

This is a Free Event

 

 


 



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Thank you to the Staff, Coaches and Class of 2016

Almost 3 years ago, a little boy stepped into WH High School... excited to finally be old enough to participate in a Panther Basketball Camp. While we all know that is where he met his best buddy, Mitchell Kinney! Their friendship and bond is unlike any other... A connection sometimes hard to explain..but if you've been a part of it... You just get it... You see it! They have changed our two families completely & their bond will last a lifetime!
I wanted to take this time to "Thank You". Jacob has been a part of an incredible journey with the Varsity basketball team, the Players...Coaches... and Parents as well as the Students. You have all given my little boy memories that will last a life time. From the pre game rituals (which were intense and usually started at 7 a.m.at home) to the drives to the games, homework being done in the parking lots! Dinners on the run... Jacob would work hard and get all his tasks done to get to those games! He puts in his time practicing at home. All these things he has learned by watching you! He has witnessed good sportsmanship by watching you!
He has learned that no matter the outcome of the game.. You never give up! He learned by watching you.. That being a part of a TEAM... Included everyone! He learned by watching you! He learned that wearing his "52" Panther Uniform meant you are representing the entire Town. How you behaved on the court or in the Fan Section.... You behaved... He learned by watching you....You had fun... But most importantly you were LOUD and SUPPORTIVE!! Ha ha!!!
Jacob may not know all of you.... But you have impacted his life! A little smile... A fist pump...Maxine giving up her front row seat at the Garden so Jacob could be a part of that night with Big Mitch! These moments melt my heart... These moments are what make memories! So I thank you!!! Thank you for being YOU!!

Wishing you all an amazing next chapter!

Best of luck,
Jacob & Family



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Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Girls Lacrosse Post Season Awards




2016 Patriot League Lacrosse
Fisher Division All Stars Keenan Division All Stars
Scituate Anna Kali Bruccoleri Hingham Teresa Bandera
Scituate Kori Garland Hingham Molly Boyle
Scituate Ally Irish Hingham Caroline Flibotte
Scituate Madison Ryan Hingham Abby Landry
Scituate Melinda Sweeney Hingham Abbie Lee
Hingham Erin Lynch
Hingham Halle Sullivan
Hanover  Sarah McCarthy Duxbury Allie Garrett
Hanover  Brielle Prouty Duxbury Emma Gill
Hanover  Jen Rosinski Duxbury Clare Murphy
Hanover  Chachie Smigliani Duxbury Nicole Quinlan
Duxbury KC Williams
Pembroke Finley Gough Whitman-Hanson Rachel Kelly
Pembroke Bailey Parks Whitman-Hanson Gabby Majenski
Pembroke Erica Tinlin Whitman-Hanson Taylor McVeigh
Whitman-Hanson Kasey Molito
North Quincy Molly Kate Cannon Plymouth North Sophia Cotone
North Quincy Marissa McGue Plymouth North Molly Leavitt
Plymouth North Diana Riordan
Plymouth South Sadie Perlow Silver Lake Nina Whidden
Quincy McKenna Kiley
Joe Masi Sportsmanship   
Hanover Emma Devine Duxbury Lauren Healy
North Quincy Jamie Mead Hingham Cate Diamond
Pembroke Colleen Pekrul Plymouth North Olivia Stutzenberger
Plymouth South Isabell Baldrate Quincy Jayda Chase
Scituate Katey Ferguson Silver Lake Emily Hansen
Whitman-Hanson Kasey Molito
Scholar Athlete Award
Hanover Jen Rosinski Duxbury Kathryn Peters
North Quincy Charlotte Chretien Hingham Erin Lynch
Pembroke Sarah Flaherty Plymouth North Emerson Randlett
Plymouth South Katie Daley Quincy Gabby Jerakian
Scituate Madison Ryan Silver Lake Lea Mason
Whitman-Hanson Taylor McVeigh
PL Team Sportsmanship
Silver Lake MVP - Fisher  Kori Garland
MVP - Keenan  Abbie Lee
Champion - Fisher Scituate & Hanover
Champion - Keenan Hingham

Patriot League Championship Meet - Girls Track & Field (Revised)




Yesterday's Patriot League Championship Meet saw a number of personal records set including Allie Bartlett (31' 1.5") and Dorothy DiMascio-Donohue (34' 5.5") who each had her best performance of the year in the Triple Jump, as did Lilly Perkins in the Long Jump (15' 9.5".)  


Other Medal winners included Olivia Morse (4th - 400), and Senior Captains Samantha Coletti (1st - 800), Abbie Newman (3rd - Mile) and Jillian O'Leary (7th - 800.)  Senior Mikayla Clemens (2nd - Javelin), Julia Cosgrave (6th - Mile) took home Medals.  As a team the Girls finished 5th of 11 teams in attendance.


Whitman-Hanson Regional High School Baseball vs Quincy High School @ Quincy today

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Monday, May 23, 2016

W/H Boys Lacrosse 5/23

WH Boys Lacrosse team fell to Weymouth 17-8. Panthers jumped out to early lead, but penalties allowed Weymouth to climb back into game. Penalties haunted W/H for the rest of the game and Weymouth made them pay every time. Panthers scoring was lead by Freshman Mason Gorman 3 goals and 1 assit, Senior Kyle Bina 2 goals 2 assits, Junior Ryan Kennedy 2 goals and 4 assits, Freshman Sean Joanis also had 1 goal. Loss drops Panthers to 10-9 on season.

Patriot League Track Meet

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> Pat Duffey was league champion in the 800 2:05 and Ian Duffey was 4th in 2:11
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> Matt Evans 2nd in the discus 120'2" and 3rd in the shot put 44'1 and qualified for states
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> Riley Holland 4th in discus and 5th in shot
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> Dan Cashman qualified for states and placed 2nd with a jump of 40'2"
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> Tucker Sylvester was 4th in the javelin
> Chris Kenney was 4th in the 400
> Lucas Muscosco was 2nd in the 2 mile
> Andrew Newman was 5th in the mile
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WH softball vs EB

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Whitman-Hanson Regional High School Baseball @ Stoughton Today

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WH Girls Lacrosse

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Friday, May 20, 2016

W/H Boys Lacrosse 5/20

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> WH Boys Lacrosse team defeated Pembroke 10-8 in league action. Panthers down at the half. Captain Joe Arico clamped down on face offs and played stellar defense all game. Senior Jack Molito strong all game in net. Panthers scoring was by Captain Dylan Thomas 3 goals and 2 assist, Senior Kyle Bina 3 goals, Sophomore Jake Long 2 goals and 1 assist, Freshman Mason Gorman and Riley White each had goal and assist. Mike Conors and Kyle Nelihey each had assist. Win put WH at 10-8 on season.

WH Girls Lacrosse

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Boys tennis

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Whitman-Hanson Baseball vs Quincy @ Whitman Hanson...W H- 11 Quincy- 0

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> Whitman-Hanson improved its record to 11-5 by beating Quincy 11-0.
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> Freshman Rian Schwede earned his first varsity victory on the mound while holding Quincy to just 2 hits, striking out 1 and walking no one.
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What Does It Take?

Thursday, May 19, 2016

WH Girls Lacrosse

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Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Whitman-Hanson Girls Track & Field

The Whitman-Hanson Girls Track and Field Team (2-4) suffered a tough loss at home today versus Silver Lake 71-60. Down 45-9 following Field Events, the Panther runners made it close. Double winners were Senior Captain Samantha Coletti (400 Hurdles - 67.9 and 800 - 2:19) and Junior Alexandra Santos (100 - 13.1 and 400 - 62.3.) Other winners included Lily Nolan (200 - 26.8), Abbie Newman (2 Mile - 12:32) and Julia Cosgrave (Mile 6:00.


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Whitman - Hanson Regional Qualifies for State Tourney

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> Senior Jayson Keenan started on the hill for the Panthers completing 4 2/3 innings, giving up 3 hits and no runs while walking 3 and striking out 7.
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> Senior Tim DeCouto relieved Keenan in the fifth inning with bases loaded and escaped without a run being scored.
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> DeCouto pitched 2 1/3 innings, and eventually gave up 1 unearned run, 4 hits, while walking no one.
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> Whitman-Hanson scored 2 runs in the first inning and single runs in the second, third and sixth innings.
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> Rick Sherlock had 2 hits for the Panthers and an RBI, Nick Spyropoulos had 2 RBI, and Tom Chmura,. Nick Haley, Nate Perkins , Austin Hyde and Luke Tamulevich all had singles to help the offense.
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Tuesday, May 17, 2016

W/H Boys Lacrosse 5/17

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WH Girls Lacrosse

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Monday, May 16, 2016

Girls tennis

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W/H Boys Lacrosse 5/16

WH Boys Lacrosse team defeated Milton 18-3. Senior Kyle Bina scored school record 9 goals and 2 assists. Other Panthers scoring were Captain Joe Arico 3 goals, Sophomore Jake Long 3 goals 3 assist, Captain Dylan Thomas 5 assist, Freshman Mason Gorman 2 goals, Freshman Riley White 1 goal and 1 assist. Freshman Sean Joanis 2 assits and Senior Colin Downing 2 assist . Sophomore Jack Ryan was strong in net. The win puts Panthers at 9-7 on season

Whitman-Hanson Baseball vs Hingham @ W-H

The W-H Panthers improved their record to 9-5 with a 4-0 win over Hingham at home today.
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Saturday, May 14, 2016

WH Girls Lacrosse

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W/H Boys Lacrosse 5/14

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Friday, May 13, 2016

Whitman-Hanson Girls Track & Field



The Whitman-Hanson Girls Track & Field team (2-3) fell to Scituate High Friday afternoon at home 70-65.  Coming out of the field events Scituate held a commanding 40-14 lead, but first place finishes in the running events by Senior Captains Samantha Coletti (400 Hurdles-1:07, 800 - 2:23) and Abbie Newman (Mile - 5:37) along with Junior standout Alexandra Santos (100 - 13.03, 200 - 26.3) and Lillian Perkins-Reindorf (400 - 62.1) and Julia Cosgrave (2 Mile - 13:24) made it a close finish.

Girls tennis

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WH softball vs PN

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Patriot League Track

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> Double winners for Whitman-Hanson Taj Hunter in the 100 and 400 Hurdles and Matt Evans Shot Put and Discus.
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> Patt Duffey 800
> Alex O'Rourke Javelin
> Dan Cashman Triple Jump
> Andrew Newman Mile
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W-H Baseball at Silver Lake

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> Tim DeCouto pitched 7 plus innings of excellent ball against Silver Lake.
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> Nick Haley hit his fourth home run of the year, a solo blast in the fourth inning over the centerfield fence.
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> Mickey Martell singled and scored on a Rick Sherlock single in the 6th to put W-H ahead 2-1.
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