Rain wrought havoc on part of the Week 3 action at Whitman-Hanson Regional High, but it couldn’t stop both the boys’ cross country and girls’ soccer teams from soaring to wins.
Boys’ cross country (3-0) ran past Hingham, 21-34, on Thursday, Oct. 15. Senior captain Theo Kamperides (16:57) and junior Nathan Tassey (17:21) finished first and second overall to pace the Panthers to victory.
Girls’ cross country (1-2) fell to Hingham, 22-39, on Wednesday, Oct. 14. Junior captain Myah Kamperides placed second with a time of 20:48 in the loss.
Field hockey (0-5) was shut out by Hanover, 2-0, on Thursday, Oct. 15. Senior captain Noelle Cornetta was stout on defense in the defeat.
Boys’ golf (1-8) was upended by Plymouth North, 266-278, on Wednesday, Oct. 14. Senior captain Aidan Miller and junior Chris Ross both shot a 44 in the loss. … The next day, W-H was clipped by Duxbury, 228-237. Senior Graham Stewart carded a 3-over par 37 and tied for match medalist in the setback.
Boys’ soccer (2-3) fell to Silver Lake, 3-1, on Wednesday, Oxt. 14. Senior captain Brendan Nehiley had the W-H goal. … On Friday, Nehiley scored right before the half and Dave Leahy’s club held on for the 1-0 win against Plymouth North.
Girls’ soccer (4-0-1) scored three second-half goals to top Silver Lake, 5-2, on Wednesday, Oct. 14. Junior Olivia Borgen had two goals in the win, while sophomore Kayla Cassidy, senior Liv Montes and junior Kelsee Wozniak added single tallies. … On Friday, Borgen found the back of the net for her second goal of the night with three minutes remaining to send W-H past Plymouth North, 3-2. Senior captain Alexis Billings also scored, while junior Ava Melia turned in a full 80 minutes on defense.
Girls’ volleyball (1-4) rallied past Silver Lake, 3-1, on Tuesday, Oct. 13. Senior captain Sophia Berardinelli (26 assists) and junior captain Lily Welch (14 kills) led the way for the Panthers. … On Thursday, W-H was swept by Plymouth North, 3-0. The set scores were: 19-25, 23-25 and 14-25.
*Express weekly roundups include scores from Sunday to Sunday.