Winning Team: Quincy
Player of the Match: Megan Comer
Winning Team: Hingham
Player of the Match: Claire Chapman
Winning Team: Hingham
W-H is now 3-3 in the Patriot League.
Senior Andrew Newman ran away with his first place finish on Hingham's home course in 16:40 but the Harbormen placed 7 of the next 8 runners to win handily 22-39. Sr Captain Jack Ryan also ran well for the Panthers placing 5th (17:39) in the loss. Up and coming Freshman Liam Cafferty was the third Panther across the finish line (10th, 18:10) ahead of Senior Captain Alex Uva (11th, 18:42.) W-H drops to 2-1 at the hands of undefeated Hingham.
For the Girls, Panther Sr Captain Nicole Norve also won her race in 21:46. But it was Hingham placing runners 2 through 8 to seal the 20-43 victory. Also scoring for Whitman-Hanson was SR Julia Cosgrave (9th, 22:57), JR Maeve Rooney (12th, 23:25), SR Captain Camryn Boyce (14th, 23:30) and JR Dorothy DiMascio-Donahue (16th, 23:36.) The Panthers record now stands at 1-2.
Whitman-Hanson played at Middleboro tonight and earned the straight set victory. The game scores were 25-21(WH), 25-17(WH) and 25-14(WH). The Panthers played a solid game and earned the victory with consistent serve receive and smart play at the net. The Panthers took control of the match after the first set. The Panthers were led by their middles Captain Halle Julian and Ella Sweeney. Julian led the team with 9 kills and 4 blocks. Madison Adams and Cathryn Johnson held the panthers in the back row with solid serve receives and digs. The Panthers are now 1-5 on the season and prepare to travel to Plymouth North Monday.
The Whitman Hanson girls' soccer team improved to 5-0 with a 5-0 shutout of Plymouth North. Lauren Bonavita paced the Panthers with 2 first half goals and completed the hatrick with an early goal in the second half to put the Panthers up 3-0. Riley Bina and Samantha Smith(1 assist) accounted for the other Panther goals. Lexi Grazioso, Anika Floeck, and Delaney Hall all turned in strong performances. Skylar Kuzmich and Reese Codero split time in net to earn the shutout.
Whitman- Hanson hosted Plymouth North in a Patriot League game tonight. W-H won 3-0. Goals were scored by Kyle Nehiley, Brendan Nehiley (assisted as well) and Nolan Clack (assisted as well). Senior, captain Anthony Pasciuto had the shut out for the W-H Panthers.
W-H is now 2-3 in the Patriot League.
The Panthers (2-0) placed 5 of the first 6 runners to topple Scituate (0-1) on the Sailors 2.4 Mile home course. Pacing W-H was Senior Andrew Newman who covered the course in 13:05 ahead of Scituate's Birch Swart (2nd, 13:42). W-H Senior Jack Ryan was a mere 2 seconds behind Swart at 13:44. Also scoring for W-H were FR Liam Cafferty (4th, 14:14), SR Alex Uva (5th, 14:44) and SR Cam Wilson (6th, 14:45)
Whitman-Hanson (Girls) 23 - Scituate 32
Senior Captain Nicole Norve finished first for the Panthers (1-1) who outran Scituate 23-32 on Tuesday afternoon on the Sailors home course. Norve covered the 2.4 Mile route in 16:19 to finish ahead of teammate SR Julia Cosgrave (2nd, 17:15.) Katie Milligan was Scituate's top runner placing 3rd. Also scoring for W-H were SR Captain Camryn Boyce (4th, 17:42), JR Maeve Rooney (6th, 17:57) and SO Victoria Boss (8th, 18:30.)
Patriot League Record. 0-1-0Non-League 0-0-0
17 Nicole Norve 20:18
55 Julia Cosgrave 22:17
66 Camryn Boyce 22:47
72 Maeve Rooney 23:10
84 Victoria Boss 24:04
87 Victoria Carleton 24:32
88 Dorothy DiMascio-Donahue 24:38
Boys Varsity - 7 of 22 teams
6 Andrew Newman 16:41
21 Jack Ryan 17:42
45 Alex Uva 18:19
67 Cam Wilson 19:22
72 Joe Coletti 19:30
80 Brandon Hager 19:49
92 Adam Solari 20:21
JV Girls - 12 of 19 teams
34 Maeve McDonough 24:50
55 Chloe Wilson 26:59
66 Maddie Navicky 27:45
85 Julia Donovan 31:36
91 Thia Craven 33:01
JV Boys - No team score, fewer than 5 runners
Matt Avery 19:56
Dyllan Burns 21:20
Bryan Tyrie 22:37
Freshman Boys (3K) - 6 of 17 teams
5 Liam Cafferty 10:40
14 Theo Kamperides 11:11
18 Chris MacDonald 11:18
40 Aiden O'Brien 12:41
68 Dominic Uva 14:37
A note on the MVI results . . . Not only did the participants run well in this meet after racing just two days prior versus Quincy/N. Quincy, but nearly everybody improved on his/her time! Excellent day in so many ways, Great trip, great race, great kids!
Steve George, Head Coach