Tuesday, October 28, 2014

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The Whitman Hanson girls soccer team finished the regular season with a 14-1-3 record after defeating Duxbury 2-0 tonight. Taylor Kofton put Whitman Hanson on the board in the first half when she collected an Alexis Fruzzetti cross and tapped it by the Duxbury keeper. The defense of Katie Korzec, Kelsey Gilbert, Katherine O’Kane and Elana Wood kept the Duxbury offense at bay for most of the game. In the second half Kofton rewarded Alexis Fruzzetti with a nice cross that she calmly drove past the keeper to make the score 2-0. Goalkeeper Arianna Comendul made 9 saves on the night, two terrific saves in the final 12 minutes to record her 7th shutout on the season. Casey Corr, Rachel Kelly, Lindsay Anderson and Taylor Kofton  also turned in strong performances in the midfield.

 

 




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Saturday, October 25, 2014

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The Whitman Hanson girls soccer team defeated Pembroke 4-2 in a Patriot League matchup. Alexis Fruzzetti paced the Panthers offensively with two second half goals while Lauren Bonavita gor WH on the board in the first half. Rachel Kelly took a Kelsey Gilbert cross ( 2 assists) and finished a header to account for all the Whitman Hanson goals. Katie Korzec, Kat O’kane, Taylor Kofton and Kelsey gilbert all turned in strong performances.

 

 




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Thursday, October 23, 2014

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Taylor Kofton led the way with two goals and an assist as Whitman Hanson downed Quincy 5-0. Lauren Bonavita (2 assists), Rachel Kelly, and Katie Korzec added single tallies. Kelsey Gilbert, Casey Corr, Elana Wood, and Kat O’kane all played strong games in front of goalkeeper Arianna Comendul to earn the shutout. Emily Hatfield played a strong game for Quincy in her final match.




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Saturday, October 18, 2014

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Rachel Kelley scored the final goal.

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"Floeck.David" <David.Floeck@whrsd.k12.ma.us> wrote:

The Whitman Hanson girls soccer team defeated Weymouth 7-0 and improved to 11-1-3 on the season. Whitman Hanson erupted for 7 first half goals. Junior Alexis Fruzzetti was outstanding scoring 3 goals and assisting two others. Freshman Lauren Bonavita tallied two goals while fellow Freshman Taylor Kofton added the other. Lauren Souza, Casey Corr, Lindsay Anderson and Kelsey Gilbert all had outstanding performances. Senior Arianna Comendul made 6 saves in the Whitman Hanson net.



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whitman hanson girls soccer

The Whitman Hanson girls soccer team defeated Weymouth 7-0 and improved to 11-1-3 on the season. Whitman Hanson erupted for 7 first half goals. Junior Alexis Fruzzetti was outstanding scoring 3 goals and assisting two others. Freshman Lauren Bonavita tallied two goals while fellow Freshman Taylor Kofton added the other. Lauren Souza, Casey Corr, Lindsay Anderson and Kelsey Gilbert all had outstanding performances. Senior Arianna Comendul made 6 saves in the Whitman Hanson net.

 

 




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Friday, October 17, 2014

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The Whitman Hanson girls soccer team tied Hingham 1-1 in a hard fought Patriot League matchup. Both teams battled to a 0-0 score a the half. At the start of the second half Hingham scored on a free kick. Both teams continued to battle and Freshman Katie Korzec tied the match when she received a Kelsey Gilbert free kick and put it home. Whitman Hanson thought it had scored the game winner with a few minutes left on the clock but the goal was called back. The defense of Kelsey Gilbert, Kat O’kane, Katie Korzec and Elana Wood was outstanding all night.

 

 




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Tuesday, October 14, 2014

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The Whitman Hanson Girls soccer team improved to 10-1-2 with a 5-1 road victory over Hanover. Whitman Hanson opened the scoring 2 minutes in to the game when Taylor Kofton took an Alexis Fruzzetti pass and fired a left footed shot in to the net. Hanover tied it midway through the first half and then Casey Corr took a Kelsey Gilbert pass (2 assists) and put Whitman Hanson up 2-1 at the break. With the wind at their backs Whitman Hanson came out firing with Alexis Fruzzetti getting the hat trick in the second half to blow the game open. Kelsey Gilbert, Casey Corr, and Rachel Kelly all picked up assists on Fruzzetti’s goals. Kat O’Kane, Katie Korzec and Kelsey Gilbert all had strong performances.

 

 




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