The Hull High School boys’ varsity soccer team finally broke into the win column this season with a solid 5-0 victory at home last Thursday over South Shore Christian Academy.
Junior tri-captain Jack Burke had a career day with four goals, and Caleb Whelan also scored to lead the Pirates. Assists were given by senior tri-captains Richie Chau and Sean Marois, and also Tony Alibrandi and Max Day. Sasha Green earned his first varsity shut out in goal.
Hull (1-7) dropped its next two games this week, being shut out at home on Monday by Norwell 8-0, then falling 4-2 at home on Wednesday to Abington. Robbie Casagrande and Ryan Maher scored for Hull off assists by Whelan and Marois.
Girls’ soccer takes two more
The girls’ varsity soccer team routed host South Shore Christian Academy on Thursday, 9-1. Nina Tiani and Kaelyn Burke both had hat tricks. Also scoring for Hull were Elly Thomas, Hailey Gould, and Fallon Ryan.
On Monday, Hull dropped a 6-0 verdict at Norwell. On Wednesday, Hull blanked host Abington, 3-0. After a scoreless first half, Hull (5-4) got going in the second half when Ryan put Tiani through on a breakaway, and Nina put it to the left of the keeper. Ryan scored the second goal on an assist by Veronica Fleming. Her shot from outside the 18 had enough power to go through the keeper’s hands. Tiani finished the scoring on another nice breakaway finish assisted by Elly Thomas. Bridget and Fleming had strong games as did Mattie Tuchman and Allie Truglia.
Football team tops Tri-County
The varsity football team enters Homecoming Weekend on a two-game win streak after a 28-6 win at home on Friday over Tri-County VoTech.
Johnny Gianibas scored three touchdowns, and Austin Bongo returned an interception 50 yards for a score. Gianibas scored from 6 yards out to open the scoring, after catching a 55-yard pass from Luke Richardson. He also had a 7-yard scoring reception and a 10-yard scoring run. Logan Chenette kicked all four extra points and has now connected on eight straight attempts. Hull also had solid line play from Aiden Murphy and Ryan Dunn. The Pirates (2-1) host Randolph on Friday at 6:30 p.m.
Hull Youth Soccer roundup
The boys’ grade 7/8 team improved to 3-0 with an impressive 7-0 win over Norwell. Christian Truglia led the scoring with 4 goals, and Thomas Brasil added three goals. Teddy Hipp played a great game in goal to record his second straight shutout. Max Lofgren, Sam Szabo, JT Gould, Nate Tiani, Will Noonan, Alex McBill, David Giffin, and Joe DelGallo all turned in great efforts.
The girls’ grade 5/6 team 1 also stayed unblemished with a 4-2 win at home over Duxbury. Natalie Reilly tallied twice, and Brianna Ramose also added a goal for Hull. Other solid performances came from Olivia Michaelides and Mackenzie MacLeod.
The girls’ grade 7/8 team defeated Plymouth 4-2. Libby Harper had two goals while Meghan Duran and Gianna Thorne each had a goal. Strong performances came from by Jillian McDonough, Emily Flemming, and Sophia Grosso.
The boys’ grade 3/4 team played to a hard-fought 3-3 tie against Duxbury. Hull (3-0-1) had tallies by Cruz Castigolia, Tomas Bromberg-Issokson, and Tristan Misdea, while strong efforts were also turned in by Billy Littlefield, Christopher Reilly, PK Gunderson, Liam Fahey, Henry Littlefield, and Spencer Dance, Jack O’Mara, Cody Miller, Marco Sestito, and Charlie Montgomery.
The girls’ grade 5/6 team 2 played a great game in Duxbury but fell short 8-5. Hull had excellent leadership on the field by Meghan Chiba and Bridgett Stamatouras. Chiba and Bella Walsh scored two goals each, and Stella Veissid scored as well. Strong defensive efforts were provided by Tessa Shultz and Maggie Jones.
The girls’ grade 3/4 team 2 was edged by Duxbury 3-2 for a fall to 1-2 this season. Aubrey Littlefield and Stella Palermo scored the Hull goals, and Sydney Bullen and Jocelyn Tyrrell led the way on defense.
The girls’ grade 3/4 team 1 dropped an 8-1 result to Plymouth. Payton Dunn scored for Hull!
The boys’ grade 5/6 team 2 lost to visiting Cohasset 4-1. Itkan Mundo had the lone goal for Hull (1-2)
Hull of Fame
The fourth Hull High Athletic Hall of Fame inductees will be honored on Saturday, Nov. 27, at the South Shore Country Club in Hingham and will also be recognized during the Thanksgiving football game on Nov. 25. The Hall of Fame committee will also have a meat raffle fundraiser at the Cathay Center in Weymouth on Oct. 16 from 4:30-7 p.m.
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