Topics: Hockey

HYANNIS – The end of the 2018-2019 season proved a roller coaster ride for the Monomoy/Mashpee Monarchs boys varsity ice hockey team, which fell to Middleboro/Hull last Thursday, then defeated East Bridgewater to earn a spot in the playoffs before falling to Foxboro in the preliminary round. The team was missing a number of players when they took to the ice at the Hyannis Youth and Community Center against Mid...

Furies Fall To Bourne

By: Kat Szmit

ORLEANS – It was a tough Senior Night for the Cape Cod Furies girls varsity ice hockey team, which fell to BMW/ORR on Feb. 13. Molly McKenna did her best in net to keep the score low, but the Canalwomen capitalized on two power plays en route to a 3-0 shutout, their first goal coming at 8:07 in the first period when the Furies were down a player due to a penalty. The Cape Tech/Monomoy/Nauset home team stepp...

ORLEANS – There was a charge in the atmosphere around the home team bench of the Cape Cod Furies. The energy was nearly electric, the chatter among players intense and determined, peppered with “let's do this!” and “c'mon ladies, we've got this!” even though a single goal had yet to be scored. Then came the third period between the Furies and the Vineyarders and a final score of 3-1 in favor of the home team, ...

HYANNIS – Fresh off a big win against Barnstable, the Nauset Warriors boys varsity hockey team conquered the Monomoy-Mashpee Monarchs 3-0 in a fast-paced outing at the Hyannis Youth and Community Center on Jan. 26. Freshman JJ Alger kicked things off for the Warriors, sending in the game's first goal at 6:22 in the first period with help from teammates Nick Dadoly and Cam Hull to give Nauset an early 1-0 lead....

HYANNIS – One player can't win a game, but Noah Tambolleo of the Monomoy-Mashpee Monarchs certainly gave it his best shot in spite of his team falling 5-1 to the visiting Martha's Vineyard squad on Jan. 9. Tambolleo scored the first goal of the game at 7:31 in the first period, but it would be the only goal the Monarchs would put on the scoreboard all night as the Vineyarders cruised to a commanding victory. ...

Furies Strong In Spite Of 4-0 Loss To Barnstable

By: Kat Szmit

HYANNIS – As is the case in many athletic events, the scoreboard at the Hyannis Youth and Community Center didn't tell the whole story in the Cape Cod Furies 4-0 loss to Barnstable on Jan. 5, but fans of the Furies will tell you that while their team might have lost, they played hard from start to finish, with goalkeeper Molly McKenna leading the charge. Thanks to McKenna's quick reflexes and solid defensive h...

ORLEANS – If the Nauset Warriors were expecting a high-scoring rout of the Monomoy-Mashpee Monarchs in their home opener Dec. 8, they weren't prepared for Monarchs goalie Jack Daigneault, who kept the Warriors to three goals in their 3-1 season-opening victory. “He's the reason we keep a lot of games close,” said Monarchs head coach Chris Peterson. “He's a standout. I mean, 40 shots on net? He keeps a lot of t...

ORLEANS – The Cape Cod Furies girls varsity ice hockey team might have fallen 5-1 in its opening night tilt against the Barnstable Red Raiders, but in spite of what the scoreboard read, the home team didn't go down without a fight. Thanks to the defensive strengths of the Furies' Nikki Awalt, Connor Boucher, Margaret Dickson, and Charlotte Manganaro the visiting Barnstable squad was only able to net one goal i...

Furies Fall In Tough Senior Night Loss

By: Kat Szmit

ORLEANS – It was a tough senior night for the Cape Cod Furies, who skated well in spite of a 3-1 loss to BMW/ORR in what was also the team's last game of the season. It was a game that looked in the beginning as if it would belong to the host team Furies, who kept the puck largely in their possession, weathering a power play in the first period to keep the game scoreless. The Canalwomen struck first in the ...

Monarchs Fall In Icy Match Against Upper Cape Tech

By: Kat Szmit

HYANNIS ─ The Monarchs brought serious intensity to their senior night match against the Rams on Feb. 10, but were stymied at every turn from scoring while their opponents eked out a 3-0 victory that left more than a few fans shaking their heads in frustration. It seemed the Monarchs couldn't catch a break during the game, incurring all manner of penalties from officials who seemed to look the other way more...

DENNIS ─ It's been a season of struggle for the Cape Cod Furies, and their Jan. 31 game against the D-Y Dolphins was no different, with the Cape Tech/Nauset/Monomoy team coming away with a 4-0 loss. “I feel really disappointed,” said head coach Addie Weeks. “We had a strong game plan going in, and I think, to be totally honest, there was a lack of trust in it.” The home team Dolphins put the first goal pa...

Monarchs Stymied By Vikings In Ice Hockey Action

By: Kat Szmit

The Monomoy-Mashpee Monarchs' offense was on top of its game Saturday night against East Bridgewater, but defensive issues led the visitors to a 5-2 victory in boys varsity ice hockey action. The Vikings found the net early in the outing and take a 2-0 edge, but Monomoy captain Noah Tambolleo managed to cut their lead in half with a shot past the East Bridgewater goalie at 9:33 in the first period to make it 2...

ORLEANS ─ Fresh off their first win of the season, the Cape Cod Furies had an uphill battle against the Marshfield Rams on Jan. 6, falling 6-0 in spite of a solid effort. After being held off by the Monomoy/Nauset/Cape Tech host team's defense for much for the opening period, a power play allowed Marshfield to send one past Furies goaltender Molly McKenna, giving the Rams a 1-0 edge en route to victory. T...

HYANNIS ─ The start of the 2017-2018 season has been a toughie for the Monomoy-Mashpee Monarchs boys varsity ice hockey team, but if their Twitter feed is any indication of their spirit, this is one determined team. After losses to Abington and Nauset, a post appeared on the social media site praising the team's perseverance and will as the Monarchs continue working toward that first victory. The season k...

HARWICH ─ When you're a high school hockey program looking to boost your numbers and get more kids interested in the sport what do you do? If you're the Monomoy-Mashpee Monarchs you take it to the floor. Floor hockey, that is. Parent organizers and staunch supporters of the Monarchs program, Paul and Shannon Tambolleo worked with local team members, including their sons Noah, Jonah and Lucas, to find a fun w...