This is the final part of a series highlighting the members of the Whitman-Hanson Regional High Class of 2019 headed to play ball in college.
NATE BEATH/CURRY FOOTBALL – In his one season as a Panther, he posted some big numbers, registering 58 tackles and 5.5 sacks and recovering three fumbles, while also contributing out of the backfield on offense as well.
MIKE CONNORS/STONEHILL FOOTBALL – Senior two-way starter posted 100 tackles from his linebacker post to finish his career with back-to-back 100-tackle seasons.
MASON GORMAN/WENTWORTH MEN’S LACROSSE – The future Leopard sparked the Panthers’ turnaround this season, leading the team with 58 points on 32 goals and 26 assists.
DYLAN MCCUE/KEYSTONE COLLEGE FOOTBALL – Brings some varsity experience to Keystone.
SHANE SCHRAUT/WENTWORTH MEN’S TRACK AND CROSS COUNTRY – Put together a solid season captioning the boys’ cross country team and then starred in the hurdles and long jump during the track seasons.
RIAN SCHWEDE/ENDICOTT BASEBALL – The three-time Patriot League All-Star posted a 0.79 ERA in 62 1/3 innings, while holding opponents to a .167 batting average this spring.
QUINN SWEENEY/SPRINGFIELD FOOTBALL – Patriot League All-Star had eight sacks and 84 tackles at defensive end, while also starting on the offensive line.
RYAN TRONGONE/WPI FOOTBALL – Two-way starting lineman had 65 tackles and 5.5 sacks.