The Whitman-Hanson Regional High girls’ soccer team and the boys’ and girls’ cross country teams are unbeaten through Week 2.
Here’s how all the action played out:
Boys’ cross country (1-0) opened its season with a 25-34 triumph over Plymouth South, Wednesday, Sept. 11. Junior Theo Kamperides took home first place, covering the course in 16:43.
Girls’ cross country (1-0) also won its season opener, 23-34, Wednesday, Sept. 11 against Plymouth South. Sophomore Myah Kamperides won the race at 21:31.
Field hockey (0-3-1) tied Duxbury, 1-1, to open the week Tuesday, Sept. 10. Senior Robin Goyette had the Panthers’ goal. … On Thursday, Todd Humphrey’s team was shut out by Hingham, 5-0.
Football (0-2) blew a 10-0 lead and fell to Hanover, 20-10, Friday, Sept, 10. Sophomore Will Stafford accounted for 102 total yards of offense in the loss.
Boys’ golf (1-3) fell to Hingham, 245-265, Tuesday, Sept. 10. Sophomore Pat McBroom led the Panthers with a 2-over par 38. … On Wednesday, Junior Aidan Miller carded a 4-over par 40, as the Panthers picked up their first win of the season, 272-297, over Plymouth North. … Brian Dempsey’s club capped the week with a 267-274 loss to Plymouth North on Thursday.
Boys’ soccer (1-2-1) lost to Scituate, 4-1, Monday, Sept. 9. Sophomore Adam Sousa had the goal. … On Wednesday, W-H fell to Hingham, 1-0, on a late goal with 90 seconds to go. … Then, on Friday, Junior Brendan Nehiley scored in the 79th minute, as W-H earned a 1-1 draw against Cohasset.
Girls’ soccer (3-0) topped Scituate, 4-2, Monday, Sept. 9. Sophomore Olivia Borgen led the way with a hat trick, while classmate Kelsee Wozniak also scored. … On Wednesday, W-H topped Hingham, 4-0. Sophomores Nora Manning, Ava Melia, Wozniak and junior Alexis Billings all scored.
Girls’ volleyball (3-1) defeated Marshfield, 3-1, Monday, Sept. 9. Senior captain Lexi Connolly had eight aces, while fellow senior captain Maya Faich posted 21 digs. …On Wednesday, first-year head coach Samantha Richner’s team topped Scituate, 3-0, behind five kills from senior Marissa Connell. … The Panthers suffered their first loss of the season, 3-1, against Hingham on Friday.
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