Sunday, November 8, 2015

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The Whitman Hanson girls’ soccer team advanced to the South Sectional semi-finals with a 6-0 win over Newton South. Alexis Fruzzetti opened the scoring 12 minutes in to the match when she took a deflection off of Rachel Kelly and tucked it in to the net. That jump started the offense as the Panthers scored 4 more goals in the next 12 minutes. Lauren Bonavita took a Rachel Kelly pass and put it past the goalkeeper, Taylor Kofton blasted a 35yd free kick in to the upper corner and Taylor Robertson put two away. After the 5-0 score at half, Whitman Hanson came out in the second half and Kofton scored her second goal 3 minutes in to the half.  The Whitman Hanson defense was strong all night keeping the Newton South offense in check. Kelsey Gilbert, Madison Shea, Sammi Smith and Elana Wood were strong defensively. Lindsay Anderson and Eve Montgomery were strong in the midfield.




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Friday, November 6, 2015

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The Whitman Hanson girls soccer team defeated Silver Lake 4-0 in the first round of the MIAA south sectional tournament. The Panthers opened the scoring midway through the first half when Alexis Fruzzetti headed home a Lauren Bonavita corner kick. The Whitman Hanson defense battled the wind and kept Silver Lake from any great chances in the first half. Up 1-0 at the half the Panthers came out and immediately applied pressure and Bonavita took a bouncing ball and fired it into the upper corner. Minutes later Rachel Kelly pounced on a loose ball in front of the goal and slipped it under the goalkeeper to make it 3-0. Goalkeepr Skylar Kuzmich came up huge when she made a great diving save off a Silver Lake penalty shot. Bonavita scored her second goal of the night when she took a Rachel Kelly cross and headed a laser past the Silver Lake goalkeeper. Lindsay Anderson, Maddie Shea, Kelsey Gilbert, Sammi Smith and Elana Wood all played outstanding defense for the Panthers as they recorded their 15th shutout along with goalkeepers Skylar Kuzmich and Mikayla Clemens.




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Friday, October 30, 2015

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The Whitman Hanson girls’ soccer team finished the regular season 18-0 with a hard fought battle with host Scituate. Whitman Hanson opened the scoring 14 minutes in to the match when Lauren Bonavita collected a ball 20 yds out and fired a shot past the Scituate goalkeeper. With a few minutes remaining before half, Scituate was awarded a penalty shot which they converted on tying the score at 1 apiece. Both teams battled in the second half but unable to convert. With one minute remaining Alexis Fruzzetti sent a beautiful thru ball to Rachel Kelly which she collected and tucked it underneath the Scitiuate goalkeeper for the game winner. Sammi Smith, Elana Wood and Taylor Kofton all had strong performances for the Panthers who await the seedings for the Div 1 South tournament.




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Thursday, October 29, 2015

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The Whitman Hanson girls’ soccer team improved to 17-0 with a 5-1 victory over visiting Quincy. On Senior night  Senior Rachel Kelly opened the scoring 5 minutes in to the match off a nice feed from Alexis Fruzzetti.  Fruzzetti then found herself on the receiving end of a Taylor kofton feed to make it 2-0. Lauren Bonavita finished off a Kofton feed and Taylor Robertson scored her first of two goals to make it 4-0 at the half. Robertson started the second half with a goal and the score remained 5-0 until 5 minutes left in the match when Quincy fired a long floated shot in to the top of the net. Maddie Shea, Ali Wahlberg, Maren Deminico and Jill O’Leary all had strong games for the Panthers and Mikaela Bukow recorded the win in goal.




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Tuesday, October 27, 2015

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The Whitman Hanson girls’ soccer team improved to 16-0 with a 5-0 win over league rival North Quincy. Whitman Hanson finally broke through the tough North Quincy defense with 12 minutes remaining in the first half when Taylor Robertson took a great through ball from Alexis Fruzzetti and slotted it into the lower left corner. With the 1-0 lead at the half Whitman Hanson came out and immediately pressured the North Quincy net and went up 2-0 when Rachel Kelly collected a great pass from Fruzzetti and volleyed it into the North Quincy net. Robertson grabbed her second goal of the game on a great individual effort and then Fruzzetti (2 assists) collected the final two goals to account for the 5-0 margin. The Whitman Hanson defense of Elana Wood, Maddie Shea, Jill Shangold and Sammi Smith kept North Quincy at bay and helped goalkeeper Mikayla Clemens record the shutout.




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Saturday, October 24, 2015

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The Whitman Hanson girls soccer team improved to 15-0 with a 5-2 victory over Weymouth. Whitman Hanson took the early lead when Lauren Bonavita took a feed from Lindsay Anderson and fired it past the Weymouth keeper. Bonavita picked up her second goal when she took an Eve Montgomery pass (2 assists) and fired it into the top corner of the net. The score remained 2-0 until the half. Bonavita picked up the hat trick when she found herself on the end of another Montgomery pass.  Weymouth responded with 2 goals and then Taylor Kofton closed out the game with two goals both coming from passes from Taylor Robertson. Sammi Smith, Elana Wood, Maddie Shea and Jill Shangold all played strong defensive games for Whitman Hanson and  Lindsay Anderson turned in an outstanding performance in the midfield. Goalkeeper Mikayla Clemens made 6 saves for her second win of the season.




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Thursday, October 22, 2015

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The Whitman Hanson girls’ soccer team clinched the Patriot League title with a 3-0 shutout of Hingham. Hingham controlled play in the first half outshooting the Panthers 11-2. 51 seconds in to the game Whitman Hanson’s backup keeper, Mikayla Clemens, came in to the game and many a number of big saves to keep the score 0-0 at the half. With the wind at their back Whitman Hanson began to pressure the Hingham goal and finally put one in when Lauren Bonavita sent a cross in front of the goal and Rachel kelly was there to put it home. A few minutes later Bonavita took a great feed from Taylor Kofton and doubled the lead. Bonavita was again a recipient of a great feed from Kofton and slotted it home for the 3-0 final. Sammi Smith, Kelsey Gilbert, Maddie Shea, and Elana Wood played solid defense all afternoon helping Mikayla Clemens earn her first shutout and the teams 11th.

 

 




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