Sports

Darkness Drops On Anglers-Red Sox Tie Game

By: Kat Szmit

SOUTH YARMOUTH – The Chatham Anglers were hoping for just one more inning when they faced the Y-D Red Sox in South Yarmouth on July 27, but the chance to erase a tie and eke out a win evaporated along with the last of the daylight when the game was called at the end of the eighth inning due to darkness with a 4-4 final score. The game pitted the top two teams of the East Division against one another, with the ...

SOUTH YARMOUTH – Eight seems to be a tricky number for the Harwich Mariners, who fell to the Y-D Red Sox in back-to-back games with scores of 8-5 and 8-1, but beforehand were able to defeat the Bourne Braves 8-5 as the end of the regular season fast approaches. The Mariners had a hard time finding the hits on July 29 when they traveled to South Yarmouth to face the Y-D Red Sox for their second outing against t...

HARWICH – It was the All-Star Game that almost wasn't, but after a rain-dampened afternoon at Whitehouse Field, the first pitch was finally thrown just after 7:30 p.m. on Sunday night in the annual battle between East and West, this year won by the West with a final score of 4-3. Umbrellas dotted the stands for the majority of the event thanks to intermittent but at times heavy showers passing over the Lower C...

ORLEANS – Curling is a sport that's been around since the 1500s, originating in Scotland before becoming popular in Canada with the immigration of the Scots. Evelyn and John Nostrand of Chatham competed for years. Their immense love of the sport is why they're lending their support in the creation of a new curling club at the Charles Moore Arena in Orleans. “People are interested in it for the socializing and ...

The 2018 Cape Cod Baseball League All-Stars were named this week, with six from Chatham's squad earning spots on the East Division roster, five from Harwich, and two from Orleans. They are all set to show their strengths in the July 22 game being held this year at Whitehouse Field in Harwich. Fans of the Anglers will cheer on Dan Hammer, Blake Sabol, John Rave, Tristin English, Troy Miller, and Greg Velez, whi...

ORLEANS – Unpredictable winds didn't faze the intrepid sailors taking part in the 2018 New England Region Daysailer Regatta on July 14, with the Coleman sisters of the Chatham Yacht Club claiming a first-place victory after a day of successful sailing hosted by the Orleans Yacht Club. Natalie Coleman-Fuller and Allison Coleman were at the top of the list of finishers in the event, a solid warm up for the upcom...

Mariners No Match For Hard-Hitting Anglers

By: Kat Szmit

HARWICH – A home run, solid pitching, and timely hits led the Chatham Anglers to another victory against the Harwich Mariners, this time with the Anglers earning an 8-3 win at Whitehouse Field on July 14. The first inning made it seem as though the fourth match between the A's and the Mariners was destined to become a pitcher's duel as both sides were quickly retired in the opening frame. But Chatham struck qu...

HARWICH – Whitehouse Field is a familiar place for Sean Gould. He’s been there as a bat boy for the Harwich Mariners, and crouched behind the plate as the catcher for the Monomoy boys varsity baseball team. But this summer the soon-to-be junior has a special gig at the ballpark: bullpen catcher for the home team. Gould started playing baseball when he was just a toddler in his Harwich backyard, developing an i...

CHATHAM – The Harwich Mariners gave it a good effort against the Chatham Anglers last Saturday night, but errors on the part of the visitors and a five-run fourth inning from the home team propelled the A's to a 9-6 victory. The Anglers put the first run of the game on the scoreboard in the second, hoping to set a tone early when Kyle McCann came home on a sac fly from Blake Sabol. Though they'd led off with a...

HARWICH – When Ryan Richer was first faced with the idea of taking up running, he wasn't enthused. Fast-forward a few years and the Harwich resident has segued from those less-than-enjoyable early days to becoming a highly competitive triathlete. Richer, who was among the first graduates of Monomoy Regional High School in 2015, said it was his mother, Sue, who got him started on his running journey. “My mom...

CHATHAM – When the Chatham Anglers hosted the Harwich Mariners on June 30, for the better part of the game it seemed either team could be the victor, but a four-run seventh from the home team put the game away for good, especially thanks to the prowess of the Chatham bullpen. “The guys on the mound really set the tone for us,” said Chatham head coach Tom Holliday. “Dan Hammer pitched really well. Every guy tha...

SOUTH YARMOUTH – For local fans keeping an eye on the Cape League standings, it's been a wild ride, with Harwich and Chatham each vying for the top spot in the East Division. At press time, in spite of a pair of tough losses mingled with a no-hit win and a 1-1 tie, the Mariners have once again claimed the coveted spot, no doubt hoping to hang on as the season progresses. It was not the Harwich bullpen's finest...