Tuesday, November 3, 2020

Patriot League Cup

Two Whitman Hanson golfers, senior captain Aidan Miller and senior Graham Stewart, represented the Panthers one final time today at The Patriot League Cup, held at a cold and windy Pembroke Country Club.

Both competed as individuals; captain Miller shot a very respectable 85, while Stewart finished the day with a 92. Both players earned their spot at the League Cup today because of their determination and steady play throughout the regular season. Though neither was able to defeat the low score of the day (78, shot by Nolan Skaggs of Plymouth South), both players can hold their heads high, as they each had plenty of memorable shots on the day and represented their team and school with class and integrity.

Congratulations to both players for a great career in the Panther uniform and for leaving a legacy of hard work and commitment for future players of the program to learn from.

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Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Panther Golf Season Ends

The Whitman Hanson golf squad wrapped up their season today hosting the Marshfield Rams today, but lost 224-258 to end the season at 1-10 on the year.

Though the Panthers may not have been impressive in the win column this season, their senior captain Aidan Miller as nothing but! He finished his final round of his competitive high school golf career in the Panther uniform with a birdie putt, to end the day with a 2 over par 36. He is the clear team MVP this season and ended his career just as he started it - with class, poise respect from his peers. Aidan will surely be missed living forward, but has left a legacy of what it means to don the Panther polo.

Seniors Graham Stewart and Nic Daly also played in their final match after three year careers. Both displayed class and dedication themselves and should be proud of their performance as a member of the team.

Junior Par McBroom had another solid outing with his 6 over par 40 and freshman Blake Belcher made his varsity debut. Though there were certainly lots of strokes left out in the course today, the Panthers have lots to be proud of and can hopefully use that as momentum looking to next year.

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Tuesday, October 20, 2020

WH Golf Defeated by SL

The Panthers dropped another match to the Silver Lake Lakers today at Ridder 233-256 to fall to 1-9 on the season.

Captain Aidan Miller led Whitman Hanson with his impressive 3 over par, 37; junior Pat McBroom and Senior Graham Stewart also played well, turning in a 6 over par and 8 over par, respectively.

The team has a make up match against Marshfield tomorrow at Ridder - win, lose, or draw, the Panthers are geared up to give it their all in their final contest.

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Thursday, October 15, 2020

Panther Golf Loses a Close One

The WH Golf team put there best effort forward today as they welcomed the Duxbury Dragons to Ridder Farms Golf Course. The Panthers were hoping to beat the Dragons for the fourth year in a row at Ridder, but unfortunately fell just short, losing 228-237.

Senior Graham Stewart ties for match medalist with his impressive 3 over par, 37. Not far behind was senior captain Aidan Miller and junior Chris Ross, who both shot a 4 par 38. And helping to keep the match close and also contributing to the Panthers' lowest team score of the season was senior Nic Daly and junior Pat McBroom, both carding a 7 over par, while junior Drew Sullivan finished the day with a very respectable 8 over par.

Though the team was disappointed in the result of the close match, ultimately they proved to themselves that they can play with anyone if they stay focused and stay tuned in on their team motto: play present.

The golf season comes to a close next Thursday and the Panthers have two matches remaining , bit at home - Silver Lake on Tuesday and Marshfield on Wednesday.

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Wednesday, October 14, 2020

Panther Golf Suffers Another Loss

The WH golf squad suffered another loss to the Plymouth North Blue Eagles 266-278 to fall to 1-7 on the season.

The match came down to the final grouping, but the Panthers fell short, lead by senior captain Aidan Miller and junior Chris Ross, who both shot a 44 at the always challenging but prestigious Plymouth Country Club.

The team will play host to the Duxbury Dragons tomorrow.

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Thursday, October 8, 2020

Panther Golf Falls to Hingham

The Panthers Golf Squad arrived at South Shore Country Club (Par 36) today to take on the Patriot League's top team in the Hingham Harbormen for their second head head to match. Unfortunately, the results were the same with Hingham coming out the victors, this time 250-279, pushing Whitman Hanson to a 1-6 overall record.

Though they were clearly outmatched on the final scorecard, the Panthers definitely had some bright spots to celebrate. Junior Pat McBroom was the match medalist with his 3 over par, 39 and senior captain Aidan Miller continued his streak of solid play, finishing with the second lowest score on the day at 5 over, 41. Senior Graham Stewart also played well with an 8 over par.

With only four more matches on this abbreviated season, the team will have three of them at their home course, Ridder Farms.


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Wednesday, October 7, 2020

WH Golf Tops NQ

The Panthers traveled to Presidents Golf Course today to face off against North Quincy, where they were able to beat the rain and the Red Raiders for their first win on the year 256-272.

Whitman Hanson scores their lowest total on the season, lead by Captain Miller, who lead all scorers for the second match in a row with a 4 over 38. Senior Nic Daly stepped up as well with the second lowest score on the day with a 7 over, 41, while juniors Cam Murray and Matt Casarano each shot a 43 to help push the Panthers to victory.

Though the team's record (1-5) doesn't fully reflect their talent, the Panthers are steadily improving with each match; they hope to that continues tomorrow as they travel to South Shore Country Club to take on the league leading Hingham Harbormen.

Tuesday, October 6, 2020

WH Golf

The WH Panthers enjoyed a fought-hard match against the Silver Lake Lakers at the Country Club of Halifax (par 36) in hopes of earning their first win on the season, but fell just short losing 262-267 to fall to 0-5 on the season.

Capt Aidan Miller lead all scorers with a 2 over par 38 to continue his impressive play on the year. Junior Drew Sullivan broke out of his recent slump to turn in a 7 over 43 to help keep things competitive.

Though the team was disappointed in coming up short, they were encouraged by their best team score on the season. They travel to Presidents Golf Course to take on North Quincy tomorrow.

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Thursday, October 1, 2020

Panthers Slayed by Dragons

The WH Panthers faced the Duxbury Dragons today at the Duxbury Yacht Club for their fourth contest on the season, but were defeated 232-275 to fall to 0-4 on the season.

Senior Captain Aidan Miller was again the team medalist with his 4 over par, 40, with senior Graham Stewart and junior Pat MCBroom followed closely each with a 6 over performance.

The team will rest up and practice hard this weekend, as they have an uphill climb next week with three away matches against some strong competition.

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Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Panthers Lose on Senior Night

The WH Golf team fought hard on senior night against the Plymouth North Blue Eagles at Ridder, but fell fell short in their efforts, as they drop to 0-3 on the season, losing 249-263.

Senior Captain Aidan Miller stepped up, though, shooting a 5 over 39 with 4 pars to tie for match medalist. Veteran Seniors Nic Daly and Graham Stewart both carded a 10 over par on the day; in their first match sporting the Panther uniform, seniors Frankie Manganiello, Ty Gordon and Tommy Marshall shot a 46, 47, and 48 respectively.

Overall, this was the best showing of the team this year, but they still have their best golf ahead of them; they hope to stay competitive with the Duxbury Dragons tomorrow at the Yacht Club.

"Although this year's celebration of our seniors looked Very different than it has in the past, we were happy to give these guys the recognition they deserve," said Head Coach Brian Dempsey. "At the end of the day, win or lose, they should all be proud of their efforts today and enjoy the fact that they still have much of the season ahead of them." Congratulations to all the seniors!

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