The Lady Pirates earned a split of their first two league matches this week. Hull rallied for a thrilling 3-2 won at home over Carver on Monday but then were on the wrong side of a 7-2 result at Mashpee on Wednesday. Hull (1-2) came back from 1-0 behind at half-time against Carver and scored the winner on freshman Elly Thomas’ first varsity goal with less than five minutes to play. Freshman Fallon Ryan netted her first varsity goal to tie the game at 1-1, and later Sarah Duran tied the game at 2-2 with an assist by Thomas. Sophomores Maeve White and Ronnie Fleming had solid contributions to the win. Thomas added two more goals in the loss at Mashpee, both assisted by Ryan. Other strong efforts came from Haley Gould and Kallen Creed.
The boys’ varsity soccer team dropped its league and home opener with a 7-3 loss to Mashpee on Wednesday. Robbie Casagrande gave Hull (0-2) an early lead off a Jack Burke corner kick. But Mashpee netted the next five goals for a 5-1 half-time lead. Second-half goals by Max Day and Tony Alibrandi closed the gap to 5-3 before the visitors scored two late goals. Caleb Whelan had two assists for the Pirates, who host Rockland on Friday at 4 p.m.
Football team fumbles
It wasn’t the start of the season that the Hull High School football team was hoping for. Visiting Blue Hills spoiled the season home opener with a 16-12 win over the Pirates on Friday night. Hull (0-1) scored on a 3-yard run by Jaden Stilphen and a 76-yard scoring pass from Luke Richardson to Tyler Sordillo.
Hull visits Cardinal Spellman in Brockton on Friday evening at 7.
Strong start for Youth Soccer
The Hull United Youth Soccer travel teams kicked off the fall season this past weekend, and many came away winners on the pitch. The boys’ teams were led by a dominating triumph by the grade 7/8 team with its 11-1 win at Hanover. Asher Herrmann, Christian Truglia, and Thomas Brasil each scored three goals, while Nate Tiani added a pair. Other strong performances came from Max Lofgren, JT Gould, Alexander McBill, and Teddy Hipp. The grade 5/6 team came back from a 2-nil deficit to tie host Norwell 2-2. Luka Truglia and Jaycub Lin scored for Hull with assists by Finn Walsh and Levi Levangie. Hull was led in the midfield by Daniel Schultz and defenders Patrick Hughes and Mason Delgallo. The grade 3/4 team fell to Kingston 8-3. Tristan Misdea scored twice, and Henry Littlefield added a single tally for Hull. Cody Miller, Spencer Dance, and PK Gunderson offered tough defense for Hull. Other solid games came from Tomas Bromberg-Isaakson, Marco Sestito, and Billy Littlefield.
The girls’ teams were also led by the grade 7/8 squad, which knocked off host Pembroke 4-1. Georgia White and Libby Harper had two goals each while defenders Abby Jeffries-Ranger and Hannah Pearson had solid efforts as did goalkeeper Riley Munn. The grade 3/4 number 2 team coasted to a 6-2 win over Duxbury. Abby Littlefield led the attack with four goals, with single goals added by Abigail Fleming and Stella Palermo. Allison Collins and Sophie Munn keyed Hull’s solid defensive effort. The grade 5/6 team edged host Middleborough 3-2. Brianna Ramos converted goals on a breakaway and a penalty kick after Abigail Baglione opened the scoring. Strong performances were turned in by Scarlett Arevalo, Evelyn Concannon, Gianna Thorne, and Addison Littlefield. The grade 3/4 number 1 team lost 7-1 at Kingston. Piper Yakubian scored Hull’s goal on a penalty kick. Nadia Schultz, Reese Irby, and Alexandra Griffin played well for Hull.
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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