Tuesday, November 8, 2016

RE: Whitman Hanson Girls soccer

The Whitman Hanson girls’ soccer team advanced in the Division 1 south sectional tournament with a 2-0 quarterfinal win over Needham. Whitman Hanson applied pressure from the opening whistle but could not put the ball by the Needham keeper. The Panther defense of Sammi Smith, Elana Wood, Carly Alexopoulos, and Olivia Reed kept Needham offense at bay for the first half as they entered the half 0-0. The Panthers continued to attack the Needham goal and finally broke through when Lauren Bonavita headed home a Taylor Robertson cross. 15 minutes later Bonavita found the back of the net again when she finished off a Taylor Kofton cross. Katie Korzec, Taylor Kofton, Taylor Robertson, and Eve Montgomery all turned in outstanding performances for the Panthers. The Panthers outshot Needham 13-4 and goalkeeper Skylar Kuzmich made 4 saves in goal for the shutout.

 

 




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Sunday, November 6, 2016

RE: Whitman Hanson Girls soccer

 

The Whitman Hanson girls’ soccer team advances in the Division 1 south sectional tournament with a 2-0 win over Weymouth. Whitman Hanson applied tremendous pressure, 11 shots on goal, for the entire first half but could not find the back of the net until 1 minute remaining in the half. Taylor Kofton took a Lauren Bonavita pass and fired it into the back of the net. The second half saw Whitman Hanson with countless opportunities and finally scoring the second goal when A Gabby Gately shot deflected off the Weymouth keeper and Betty Blake was there to fire home the shot. Weymouth created some chances down the stretch only to be turned aside by Panther goalkeeper Skylar Kuzmich(6 saves). The Whitman Hanson defense of Sammi Smith, Carly Alexopoulos, Olivia Reed, Elana Wood and Katie Korzec were strong all night long. Eve Montgomery and Gabby Gately also turned in strong performances.

 

 




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Saturday, October 29, 2016

RE: Whitman Hanson Girls soccer

 

The Whitman Hanson girls’ soccer team defeated Weymouth 5-0 in a non-league game. Whitman Hanson opened the scoring when Taylor Kofton finished off an Eve Montgomery cross. Lauren Bonavita doubled the score when she fired a 15yd blast past the Weymouth keeper. Bonavita added another when she faked the keeper and tucked the ball in to the lower corner. Up 3-0 at the half, Whitman Hanson kept up the pressure and got to 4-0 when Kofton fired a shot in the top corner for her second goal of the night. A few minutes later Bonavita completed the hat trick with a deep blast. The Panthers finish the season at 16-1-1.

 

 

 




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Wednesday, October 26, 2016

RE: Whitman Hanson Girls soccer

The Whitman Hanson girls soccer team improved to 15-1-1 with a Patriot League victory over Quincy. The Panthers erupted for 3 goals in the first 5 minutes. Lauren Bonavita had 2 and Lexi Graziosos had one. Gabby Gately scored just before half to make it 4-0. In the second half Riley Bina scored her first varsity goal and Betty Blake closed out the scoring. Katie Amado earned the shutout goal while outstanding performances were turned in by a number of players.

 

 

 




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Monday, October 24, 2016

RE: Whitman Hanson Girls soccer

The Whitman Hanson girls soccer team defeated Patriot league rival Duxbury 2-1. Despite numerous Panther opportunities in the first half both teams entered halftime 0-0. The Panthers finally broke through in the second half when an Eve Montgomery shot slipped through the hands of the Duxbury keeper and found the back of the net. WH made it 2-0 when Lauren Bonavita flicked the ball over the Duxbury keeper. With 8 minutes remaining Sam Borgeson fired a 30yd shot in the top of the WH net to make it 2-1. Sammi Smith, Elana Wood, Carly Alexopolous, Katie Korzec and Olivia Reed played outstanding defensive games.

 

 




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Thursday, October 20, 2016

RE: Whitman Hanson Girls soccer

 

The Whitman Hanson girls soccer team improved to 13-1-1 with a 2-0 win over Patriot League opponent Silver Lake. The Panthers pressured Silver Lake early in the first half and after a few close attempts the Panthers finally got on the board when Taylor Kofton fired a 25yd blast in to the top of the net. The rest of the half saw bot hteam with chances only to be denied. WH came out strong in the second half and took a 2-0 lead when Lauren Bonavita took a Taylor Robertson cross and redirected it into the net. From there the defense of Elana Wood, Katie Korzec, Olivia Reed and Carly Alexopolous took over. Skylar Kuzmich made 8 saves for the shutout.

 




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Tuesday, October 18, 2016

RE: Whitman Hanson Girls soccer

 

The Whitman Hanson girls’ soccer team improved to 12-1-1 with a 2-0 shutout of Patriot league foe Plymouth North. Taylor Robertson opened the scoring 3 minutes in to the game to put the Panthers up 1-0. Despite fighting the wind Whitman Hanson was able to keep Plymouth north off the board. In the second half the Panthers continued to press but Plymouth keeper Abby Egan was up to the task until Lauren Bonavita fired a laser in the bottom corner to put WH up 2-0. Sammi Smith, Elana Wood, Carly Alexopoulus and Olivia Johnson played strong games in defense of goalkeeper Skylur Kuzmich who made 5 saves in the goal.

 




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