Sports

HARWICH – The Monomoy boys soccer team’s unbeaten streak was in jeopardy of being snapped Thursday afternoon when the Sharks hosted the Rising Tide Herons. After giving up a goal in the first half, the Sharks ramped up their pressure in the offensive zone during the final 40 minutes of play. The increased pressure paid dividends with 5:30 remaining, as senior captain Troy Olson netted Monomoy’s lone goal to ev...

BREWSTER – It’s not often that a senior high school athlete would turn to a freshman for inspiration or guidance. However, there aren’t too many freshmen with the athletic ability of Jack Martin. Martin, a Yarmouth resident, has been a standout for the Nauset golf team this fall despite being just one of two freshmen on this year’s squad. While he has played an integral part in the team’s 7-3 record, Martin’s ...

HARWICH – For the first time in a few years, the Cape Cod Tech girls volleyball team is feeling a sense of stability. Between the addition of first-year coach Rachel Crooker and a rejuvenated outlook among the players, the Crusaders began the season with a 4-2 record and continue to improve each time they take the floor. “We had a lot of team issues last year but we have all kind of gotten past that and we’...

There is still time to register for the Monomoy Booster Club’s 2021 golf tournament, set to take place Oct. 11 at The Ridge Club in Sandwich. The tournament serves as the primary fundraising event for the Monomoy Booster Club, which assists Monomoy student-athletes with scholarships, sports equipment and more. This year’s tournament cost $175 for individuals and $700 per team. There are also sponsorship opp...

SOUTH DENNIS – If you close your eyes for a few moments, the sounds surrounding the fields at Johnny Kelley Park will take you back to your youth. “Nice pitch Jimmy!” shouts one ballplayer. “Atta boy, Billy! Nice play!” hollers another. Open your eyes and you’ll see a familiar game – baseball – being played by group of men in their 70s and 80s. On the surface, the game looks the same, albeit a little slower...

FALMOUTH – The Warriors girls soccer team’s undefeated season was put to the test Monday evening. After playing a scoreless first half in which Nauset struggled to create scoring chances against a Falmouth team determined to pack its defensive zone, the visiting Warriors ultimately returned home to the Lower Cape with their unbeaten record still intact. Sophomore Caroline Kennard ensured the result, netting...

A quote sits alone atop the Pals For Life Foundation’s website, palsforlife.com. “We are all keepers of our brothers and sisters,” it reads. That quote captures the spirit of the Pals For Life Foundation (PFL), which, for the past 26 years, has given back to locals in the hospitality industry when they have needed assistance the most. PFL is set to host its 25 th annual golf outing on Oct. 6 at the Captains...

HARWICH – The feeling was different long before kickoff. Between the standing-room-only crowd and the aura of playing under the lights on a Friday night, the atmosphere at Monomoy Regional High School was suitable for a big-time performance. And that’s exactly what the Sharks football team delivered. Playing in front of a capacity crowd for the first time since 2019, Monomoy made the most of the moment, run...

Nauset Field Hockey Team Improves To 3-0 At Carver

By: Brad Joyal

CARVER – Even after her Warriors earned a 2-0 victory over Carver to improve to 3-0 on the season, Nauset Regional High School field hockey coach Cheryl Poore was hardly satisfied. “We were awfully messy out there,” said Poore. “We weren’t carrying the ball and we weren’t making smart passes.” The coach then smiled. “Sorry,” she said. “I’m a bit of a perfectionist.” It’s that never-content outlook tha...

While everybody felt the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic differently, certain Massachusetts high school sports teams were impacted more than others during the 2020-21 academic calendar. The Nauset Regional High School boys soccer team is among the programs that feels it missed out on some opportunities last fall, when Massachusetts held an abbreviated fall season without postseason state tournaments. “I ce...

Anybody who regularly plays golf has likely pondered what it would be like to hit a hole in one. Doug Gorman is no different. The avid golfer has thought about that feeling for roughly 25 years — but more than just that, Gorman’s vision of his first hole in one has included him dropping dead once he retrieves the ball. “I’ve always had this thing in my head that the perfect way to die is when I’m 81, I’d get a...

Registration is open for the Monomoy Booster Club’s 2021 golf tournament, which will be held Columbus Day, Oct. 11, at The Ridge Club in Sandwich. The golf tournament is the primary fundraising event for the Monomoy Booster Club, which supports Monomoy student-athletes with scholarships, special equipment and more. Registration is $175 per individual or $700 per team. Sponsorship opportunities are also avai...