Topics: Basketball

EASTHAM – There were a few familiar faces on the court at Nauset Regional High School last weekend as part of the annual Billingsgate Tournament. Taking part in the 26 th annual event were local hoop stars, including former Monomoy player Chris Mazulis, former Harwich player David Duarte, and former Chatham player Jon Robinson, each of whom joined forces on Duarte's “Next Level” team, along with former Nauset...

Annual Cape And Islands League All-Star Game

By: Kat Szmit

Basketball season might have ended for most teams around the Cape and Islands, but the stars will have one more chance to shine come March 18 when the 2018 All-Star Games will be played. Five players from area schools will compete as part of the Lower Cape girls team, including Avery Burns, Reagan Meehan, and Skyeler Sandison of Nauset, Maddie Leonard of Monomoy, and Latasha Miranda of Cape Cod Tech, with coac...

Monomoy's Season Comes To A Bittersweet End

By: Kat Szmit

HARWICH – The Monomoy Sharks gave it their all Tuesday night in the first round of the MIAA Div. 3 South Sectional tournament, but came up short against Dedham in a tough 52-41 loss. The starters on the boys varsity basketball team got off to a solid start against the Marauders, trading points with the visitors en route to a 10-9 lead after the first quarter on shots from Isaiah Stafford, Nick Meehan and Eli N...

HARWICH – Eight middle school boys comprise the Monomoy Youth Hoops Grade 5 team. Off the court they're all about having fun, but once in a game, the focus is all about basketball as their stellar 2018 season attests. This year the team has played to a 14-3 overall season record that has included victories against every team on Cape Cod, among them Nauset, Sandwich, D-Y, Barnstable, Falmouth, and Bourne, not t...

Monomoy Girls Soldier On In Loss To Falmouth

By: Kat Szmit

HARWICH – The Monomoy girls basketball team might have found themselves overmatched by a tough Falmouth team on Monday, but that didn't stop the Sharks from giving it their all in the 58-15 loss. Scoring proved elusive for the home team, who put forth a valiant effort in spite of a decidedly lopsided game. Mackenzie Balfour led the way with five points for Monomoy, which also saw successful shots from Maddie L...

HARWICH ─ Each member of the Monomoy boys basketball team set foot on the court Feb. 8 when the Sharks defeated Sturgis East 64-36 at home. While the victory was certainly a whole-team win for Monomoy, which currently sits at second place in the Cape and Islands League, two players put forth stellar performances for the Sharks. Isaiah Stafford had a game-high 22 points for his team, followed by Nick Meehan w...

EASTHAM ─ It was a victory for the ages at Nauset High School last Friday when the Warriors clawed their way back to hand the Falmouth Clippers only their second loss of the season in a thrilling 65-64 victory that came down to a well-placed pair of free throws and one timely intercepted pass. In the final moments of the Jan. 27 game, with seconds left on the clock and the Warriors still trailing by four, Je...

HARWICH ─ Winning is awesome, and is certainly the main goal of most sports, but sometimes a game comes down to not how a team won, but how well they lost. On Saturday, the Monomoy girls basketball team might have fallen to Nantucket 40-28, but they did so by playing one of the best games of the season thus far. “That game and the Falmouth game we just played were two of the better games we played all year,”...

Shark Boys Redirect Navigators In 66-36 Victory

By: Kat Szmit

HARWICH ─ Getting a win in boys basketball is always a good thing, but when it's a whole-team victory it's even sweeter. Such was the case on Monday night when the Monomoy boys triumphed over Sturgis West in a 66-36 Cape and Islands League outing. Playing their third game in four days, and without starter Eli Nickerson who was sidelined by illness, the Sharks made it clear early on in the game they were the ...

HARWICH ─ The Cape Cod Tech boys varsity basketball team gave it their all on Jan. 18 when they played host to the Nantucket Whalers, but proved no match for the visiting squad as they came away with an 86-59 loss. “They pulled us out of what we wanted to accomplish,” said Tech head coach Brent Warren. “We got pulled into their type of game and we can't run with those guys. They're faster.” The Crusaders ...

Lady Warriors Defeat Dolphins, Fall To Bulldogs

By: Kat Szmit

SOUTH YARMOUTH ─ A slew of three-pointers played a key role in the Nauset Warriors girls varsity basketball team’s 57-28 victory against Dennis-Yarmouth last Friday night, but the Dolphins certainly didn’t let their opponents win easily. “D-Y played very hard today and made us work for everything,” said Nauset head coach Heath “Noopy” Teixeira. “We did well, but it was a very tough game.” The Warriors sun...

Sharks Best Lions In Boys Basketball Thriller

By: Kat Szmit

HARWICH ─ The Monomoy boys basketball team came away with one for the scrapbooks last Friday with a thrilling double overtime victory that came thanks to the tireless efforts of every player in the game. But the high point belonged to senior Eli Nickerson whose hail-Mary three-pointer proved the game winner for the Sharks in the 56-54 win. It was the stuff that basketball movies are made of: two rival teams ...

HARWICH ─ If the Nauset Warriors were looking for an easy run against the Monomoy Sharks on Dec. 15 in Monomoy's home opener, they didn't get it. Though the visiting Warriors ultimately eked past the Sharks in the second half, Monomoy put up one heck of a fight, taking a 20-12 lead into the half before Nauset rallied back for a 48-29 win. Nauset took an early lead in the outing, netting nine points to Monomo...

Monomoy Girls Weather Tough Loss To Nauset

By: Kat Szmit

HARWICH ─ To say that it was a tough night for the Monomoy girls basketball team would be overstating the obvious, but in spite of a tough 46-5 loss to Nauset on Dec. 15, the Sharks worked tirelessly throughout the game regardless of the scoreboard. Monomoy's lone basket came from senior captain Maddie Leonard, who found the hoop in the third quarter, with the remaining three points coming from successful fr...

Monomoy Girls Net Home Court Win Against West

By: Kat Szmit

HARWICH ─ After a tough start against the D-Y Dolphins last Friday, the Monomoy girls basketball team was able to celebrate their first victory of the season after defeating Cape and Islands League rival Sturgis West 31-21 at home on Monday night. Senior captain Maddie Leonard was the game's high scorer in the outing with nine points overall and eight rebounds, followed closely by junior Caitlin Daley with s...

HARWICH ─ The Monomoy girls basketball team was back on the court Dec. 1 prepping for the official start of their 2017-2018 season with an unofficial but still important scrimmage against Mt. Everett as they look toward a solid future during a year of rebuilding. Admittedly, said head coach Pete Richer, the team is young in comparison to previous seasons, with just one senior on board. “Maddie Leonard is ...