Sports

Monomoy Baseball Hits A Bump

By: Kat Szmit

HARWICH ─ It's been a tough go for the Monomoy boys baseball team as of late, with the Sharks falling in two of their last four games, but even as the post-season nears, head coach Steve Wilson is realistically optimistic. Even fresh off his team's 17-7 loss to D-Y on May 23, Wilson remained objective, issuing a reminder that while wins are great, so too is building the skills of a team's respective players....

HARWICH ─ With winds whipping across the courts at Brooks Park, the Monomoy girls tennis team hosted Cohasset on Monday, battling fiercely but ultimately falling 4-1 in just their third loss of the season. "It was a tough match," said head coach Bill Burke. "We were down a second singles player, but I think we had other players step up. We had some very close matches." Burke was speaking about senior capt...

HARWICH ─ One look around the athletic stadium at Monomoy Regional High School and it's clear this is a cool place. But something has been missing, and now school district administrators, along with Monomoy Athletic Director Brendan Case, want to change that. On Friday a special fundraising event will be held at the field to raise money so the concession stand can finally be built. "We're trying to rally ...

Monomoy Football Falls To Lions In Home Opener

By: Kat Szmit

HARWICH ─ The scent of baby powder in the air and the intensity of the fans in the stands remained steady throughout Monomoy football's Sept. 15 home opener, but it wasn't quite enough to fuel the Sharks in their battle against the St. John Paul II Lions, who claimed a 48-8 victory. “That was a very tough loss,” said Monomoy head coach Brandon Perry. “I just feel like they were the better team tonight, and I...

HARWICH ─ In sports it is said that attitude is everything. The Cape Tech girls varsity soccer team made that clear on Monday when they hosted rival Upper Cape Tech on their home field, falling 6-0. But don't be fooled by the score since this, according to head coach Patrick O'Neill and senior captain Cat Ready, was their most well-played game of the season so far. “This is the best game they've played all y...

Shark Field Hockey Nipped By Dolphins

By: Kat Szmit

HARWICH ─ It took the better part of the first half for the D-Y Dolphins to break through Monomoy's defense in the Sharks field hockey home opener last Wednesday, but once they found the scoreboard, the visitors didn't look back, posting an 8-1 victory in the Sept. 13 outing. “We just got it handed to us,” said head coach Ron Bonollo. “They played very well. We played a team game and our team game was all ba...

After a season of struggle, the Chatham Anglers came up with just enough runs and some stellar pitching to stun the Harwich Mariners, with the Anglers winning two of the three first round games to advance in the Cape League playoffs, as the Mariners found their 2016 season suddenly over. In spite of a 17-26 regular season record, the Anglers somehow mustered a 2-1 victory against the Orleans Firebirds on Aug. ...