This week, many spring sports will begin optional workouts. In order to attend you must have all of your paperwork in which you can find at www.whathletics.com at the tryout checklist link. Also, just a reminder that Fall2 athletes may not participate until their season is over.
In action this week....
The Girls' Patriot League Virtual Track and Field Meet #4 saw the top 3 medals go to Juniors Myah Kamperides and April Keyes, who each scored 20 points, along with another Junior Isabel Miller, who scored 11 points. Myah placed 1st in the 1000, Mile, 2 Mile and Long Jump. April won 55 Dash, 55 Hurdles and the 300, while placing in both the High Jump and Long Jump. Isabel won the High Jump and took 2nd place in both the 55 and 55 Hurdles. Senior Captain Hailey Minicucci also had a great week scoring in 55, 55 Hurdles, 300 and the Long Jump.
The boys had another strong week of virtual performances in their fourth week of trials. The leader again this week was Jacob Donovan with 15.25 points. Jacob won the 300, the shot put, had an even finish with Jacke Caterer in the 55, and ran on the 4 x 200 relay. Alex Kehayias had three 2nd place finishes in the long jump, high jump, two mile and ran on the 4 x 400 relay, for 10.25 points. Theo Kamperides won the mile and two mile run for 10 points. Chase Baker won the 55 hurdles and long jump for 10 points. James Molito won the 1000, was 2nd in the 600, and ran on the 4 x 400 relay for 9.25 points. The weather slowed the runners down a bit this week but there were 17 personal improvements ( Prs).
The track teams will host Silver Lake Wednesday in an in person meet.
The cheerleading team has been hard at work and they will compete in a virtual meet hosted by Shepard Hill this week. The following week the team will compete in the Patriot Cup virtual meet.
The football team fell to 1-2 on the season after a 21-0 loss against Rockland on Saturday. The Panthers and the Bulldogs played and old school smash football game. Leading the way for the Panthers was Sophomore Will Frazier who rushed for 54 yards on 6 carries, Declan Hanaphy had 7 tackles and 2 sacks to lead the Panther defense. The team has two games left (Friday 5:30pm at Hingham and the following Thursday tentatively scheduled to be played at Plymouth North).
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