Monday, September 20, 2021

Whitman Hanson Girls Soccer

 

Whitman Hanson and Hingham battled to a 2-2 Patriot league draw. Whitman Hanson opened the scoring 7 minutes into the game when Olivia Borgen fired home a Lauryn Fostello pass. After Hingham tied the game Borgen put the Panthers ahead 2-1 on a penalty shot and the score remained until the half. Whitman Hanson Freshman goalkeeper Ava Patete(13 saves), who was outstanding all night, kept Hingham at bay until they picked up a loose ball and fired it into the net with 4 minutes remaining. Nora Manning and Kayla Cassidy were outstanding for the Panthers along with the defensive efforts of Megan Bizier, Skylar Jordan, Emily Leitch, Savannah Kamperides and Makenna Marshall.




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Friday, September 17, 2021

Whitman Hanson girls soccer

The Whitman Hanson girls soccer team defeated Patriot league opponent Hanover 1-0. Despite a decided shooting advantage in the first half the Panthers found themselves in a 0-0 game at the half. Just 2 minutes into the second half Kayla Cassidy took a Liv Borgen feed and fired the ball into the lower corner of the net. The Panthers continued to pressure but were unable to put anymore on the board. Makenna Marshall, Megan Bizier, Emily Leitch and Skylar Jordan all played well defensively in front of keeper Ava Patete (7saves) who picked up the shutout.

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Tuesday, September 14, 2021

Whitman Hanson girls soccer

The Whitman Hanson girls soccer team was defeated 3-1 by Patriot League opponent Plymouth North. Nora Manning(1goal), Makenna Marshall, Megan Bizier and Emily Leitch played well in the loss.

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Thursday, September 9, 2021

Whitman Hanson girls soccer

The Whitman Hanson girls soccer team improved to 2-0 on the season with a 7-0 victory over Patriot league opponent Quincy. Maddie Allen and Kayla Cassidy paced the Panthers with 2 goals each while Olivia Borgen, Lauryn Fostello and Maddie Fitzgerald each had single tallies. Riley Conway, Brooke McAloney and Savannah Kamperides all had strong games.

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Tuesday, September 7, 2021

Whitman Hanson girls soccer

 

The Whitman Hanson girls’ soccer team opened the season with a 5-1 non-league victory over Weymouth. Despite some early pressure the Panthers were unable to find the back of the net until Jenna Lindstrom entered the match and her presence was immediately felt. Lindstrom fired home a rebound from 6 yards out and minutes later beat a Weymouth defender and the keeper to a ball and slotted it home for her second in the first half. Starting the 2nd half up 2-0 the Panthers continued to apply the offensive pressure and Kayla Cassidy found the net twice in the half followed by a goal by Olivia Borgen. The midfield work of Ava Melia and Lauryn Fostello was outstanding while the defense of Megan Bizier, Skylar Jordan, Makenna Marshall and Emily Leitch was solid all evening. Freshman keeper Ava Patete made 6 saves in the WH goal for her first Varsity win. The Panthers play next on Thursday when they host Quincy.

 




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Tuesday, November 17, 2020

Re: Whitman Hanson Girls' Soccer

The Whitman Hanson girls soccer team fell to Hingham in the Patriot Cup semi- finals. Both teams battled through 2 overtime's until Hingham prevailed in the shootout. Anna Sullivan paced the Panthers with 2 goals, the second coming with under a minute in regulation. Keepers Reese Codero and Kylee Colclough each made several highlight saves throughout the game. Abby Carew, Ava Melia, Makenna Marxhall and Skylar Jordan were outstanding defensively while Lauryn Fostello, Kayla Cassidy, Alexis Billings, Nora Manning and Olivia Borgen were outstanding all night.

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Saturday, November 14, 2020

Whitman Hanson Girls' Soccer

The Whitman Hanson girls’ soccer team advanced to the semi-finals of the Patriot League Cup with  1-0 overtime win over Plymouth North. Both teams had numerous offensive attacks stymied by solid defending and goalkeeping. It wasn’t until 2 minutes remaining in the first OT that Alexis Billings pounced on an Anna Sullivan rebound and put it home for the game winner. Abby Carew, Ava Melia, Makenna Marshall and Skylar Jordan were outstanding defensively for the Panthers while Lauryn Fostello, Kayla Cassidy and Nora Manning and Olivia Borgen turned in strong performances. Reese Codero and Kylee Colclough combined in goal for the shutout.

 




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