Week 8 has concluded at Whitman-Hanson Regional High, so let’s take a look back.
Boys’ basketball (15-2) won its 13th straight, topping Plymouth South, 62-35, on Tuesday, Feb. 4. Seniors Liam Keane and Tommy Vassil both had 12 points to pace the Panthers.
Girls’ basketball (12-5) beat Plymouth South, 41-29, on Tuesday, Feb. 4. Sophomore Abby Martin (five points) sparked a fourth-quarter run, when she dove on a loose ball and fired a cross-court pass, while still on the ground, and found senior Brittany Gacicia (13 points) for a layup. … On Friday, Mike Costa’s club pulled away from Duxbury, 63-53. Gacicia (19 points) and senior captain Olivia Martin (15 points) led the way on senior night. Junior Rylie Harlow added 15 points in the win.
Boys’ indoor track finished sixth at the Patriot League championship on Friday, Feb. 7. Junior Graham Stewart had a second-place showing in the 55-meter hurdles with a time of 8.38.
Girls’ indoor track also placed sixth at the Patriot League championship on Friday, Feb. 7. Sophomore Myah Kamperides placed first in the 2-mile run with a time of 11:49.
Boys’ hockey (12-5-1) fell to Duxbury, 5-2, on Wednesday, Feb. 5. Freshman Matt Solari and senior Eddie Collins had the W-H goals. … On Sunday, W-H tied Dedham, 1-1. Senior captain Chris Stoddard has the goal and junior netminder Bobby Siders starred in net.
Girls’ hockey (7-8) held off North Quincy, 9-7, on Wednesday, Feb. 5. Freshman Shea Kelleher (Kingston) led the offensive barrage with five goals and an assist. Junior captain Emily McDonald (Whitman) scored a goal and added three helpers.
Gymnastics capped the season scoring a 126 at the Patriot League meet on Saturday, Feb. 8. Senior captain Sarah Bombardier led the way with an 8.8 in the all-around, which was good for eighth.
Wrestling (11-8) beat Plymouth North, 58-21, on Wednesday, Feb. 5. Senior captain Steve Brooks (160 pounds) and classmates Tyler Cullinan (170 pounds) and Mike Gardner (182 pounds) all registered pins in the win. … On Saturday, W-H capped the dual-meet season by beating Bristol Plymouth/Coyle-Cassidy (54-20) and Everett/Malden (66-15), while falling to Norwood (45-30). Brooks tallied three pins on the day.
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