CHATHAM – The Chatham Harbor Run is one of the most scenic on Cape Cod, and on June 30 the annual 10K celebrated a major milestone—40 years of strong running, and more to come. “I thought we had a great turnout,” said Howard Tansey, who took over as race coordinator from longtime supporter and runner Larry Belliveau. “We had almost 200 people (returning) from last year, which was really incredible.” The 10K...
ORLEANS – Two home runs, 13 hits, and 8.5 innings of stellar pitching with 12 strikeouts led the Orleans Firebirds to a 7-2 victory in the Cape League this week, keeping them firmly atop the East Division and the league, after wresting control last week. After a scoreless first inning the game looked to belong to Harwich thanks to a nice two-run homer by Joey Wiemer, Jr. at the top of the second. The hit also ...
CHATHAM – Friday nights might be where the fun is at, but this past Friday night found the Chatham Anglers not having a good time as they struggled against the Wareham Gatemen, ultimately falling 7-4 in Cape League action. A troublesome first inning proved Chatham's undoing in the June 28 outing, which kicked off with a Wareham home run from leadoff batter Braiden Ward. His shot over the fence would be the fir...
CHATHAM – Two home runs and some stellar pitching kept the Chatham Anglers situated firmly at the top of the East Division after a 4-2 victory against the Cotuit Kettleers on Monday night. With the rain taking a much-needed breather and the sun setting brilliantly behind the scoreboard at Veterans Field on June 24, the Anglers set out on a quest to hang on to the top spot in the East, and ultimately the League...
HARWICH – One rain delay, one lightning delay, and some solid pitching by the opposing team weren't enough to keep the Harwich Mariners from eking out a 2-1 victory against the Cotuit Kettleers on Saturday night in the second week of Cape League action. After wet weather delayed the 5:30 p.m. game by an hour, the Mariners took their positions, ready to throw down, but it was the visiting Kettleers that made it...
HARWICH – Running a 5K isn't always an easy feat, but don't tell that to Bryan Gallagher. The Boston resident who came in first overall in the June 22 road race made it seem like a breeze, finishing a full two minutes before the next runner in the annual event that not only kicked off summer on the Lower Cape, but also celebrated 10 years of fun running. Gallagher became the first overall runner to cross the f...
TAUNTON/KINGSTON – It wasn't the way the Monomoy girls varsity softball team wanted their season to end, but when the dust settled on the field at Taunton High School on June 15, Case had earned a 7-1 victory in spite of the Sharks' tireless efforts in the Div. 3 South Finals. Struggling with an ankle injury, Monomoy pitcher Mollie Charest continuously shook off the pain in favor of fighting for strikeouts, bu...
CHATHAM – The brand new scoreboard at Veterans Field has been impressing fans during the first week of the Cape Cod Baseball League, and it looked even better on Friday night when the Chatham Anglers defeated the Harwich Mariners 5-0 in the season's first meeting of the two teams. The home team Anglers scattered five runs across four innings in the outing, including a two-run homer from Paxton Wallace in the b...
By: Kat Szmit
HARWICH – It's been a winning run so far for the Monomoy girls softball team, though not without a little worry thrown in for good measure. The Sharks defeated Wareham 3-2 in the first round and Bellingham 2-0 in the quarterfinals. The Wareham Vikings gave the Sharks pause on June 6 when they struck first in the first round game of the MIAA Div. 3 South Sectional playoffs, but Monomoy remained determined and c...
ORLEANS – In an otherwise scoreless outing, a two-run homer made all the difference for the Orleans Firebirds, who won their Cape League home opener against Bourne on June 10 with a final score of 2-0. The first game of the 2019 season got under way promptly at 7 p.m. at Eldredge Park with Orleans southpaw Adam Seminaris taking the mound for the home team, quickly striking out Bourne's leadoff batter Ernie Yak...
HARWICH – The Monomoy girls varsity lacrosse team opened its last game of the regular season with back-to-back goals but were ultimately overtaken by the Plymouth North Eagles, who earned a 13-10 win on May 29. Alyssa Lyons netted the game opener for the Sharks barely a minute into play She eventually scored four goals for the home team with one assist. Less than a minute later, at the 23:52 mark of a 25-minut...
HARWICH – It wasn't the way the Sharks wanted their regular season to end, but a tough third inning made the difference when Monomoy boys baseball hosted Martha's Vineyard on May 31, with the Vineyarders earning a 3-1 win. Monomoy took an early lead in the late-spring outing when Ian Johnson came home on a hit from Sean Gould in the first inning, but although the Sharks had other hits, they were unable to conv...