HARWICH – The three sailboats resting upside down on the dock at Stage Harbor Yacht Club might appear to be no more than vessels awaiting the coming summer, but to the Monomoy Regional High School sailing program they are a symbol of generosity and of hope for a successful 2019 season. The three boats, Vanguard 420s, were donated recently to the sailing program by the Stage Harbor Yacht Club Sailing School. Ac...
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....
By: Kat Szmit
HARWICH – Chenoa Peters lit up the scoreboard to the tune of a game-high 19 points on Jan. 17 when the Cape Tech Crusaders defeated the Monomoy Sharks in girls basketball action. The majority of Peters' points came from well-aimed three-pointers, five in total, that helped the Crusaders earn a key Cape and Islands League victory. Following close behind Peters was teammate Taylah Gurley with 15 points. The e...
HARWICH – The Cape Tech Crusaders struck first, but it was the Monomoy boys who cruised to a commanding 63-42 victory on Jan. 17, keeping them undefeated in the Cape and Islands League. A pair of three-pointers from Jack Derosier and Tyjon Barrett led the Crusaders to an early lead in the first of two matches between the teams this season, but the lead was short-lived as the Sharks awoke ready to do battle. ...
HARWICH – The stage was set and the players – two unbeaten teams in the Cape and Islands League – were ready, but only one would claim the win. After four quarters of high-intensity competition the Monomoy boys basketball team prevailed 75-59 over Cape Cod Academy in a well-played team victory. The Sharks burst onto the court ready for battle, with Isaiah Stafford, Jamie Routhier, Chris Hall and Elijah Beasley...
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. ...
HARWICH – The Monomoy girls basketball team was looking for a way to bounce back after a tough loss to Nauset and did so with a commanding Cape and Islands League victory against Sturgis West on Monday night in a game that saw the Sharks' bench shine. Two Monomoy players earned their first-ever varsity scores in the outing, with freshman Lexi Hyora netting six points overall while eighth grader Lucy Mawn had t...
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...
If you've stopped by a local tennis court lately, such as the courts by Monomoy Regional Middle School in Chatham or those at Brooks Park in Harwich, you might have seen a plastic tote with a note on it. Similar to the little book libraries around the region, the boxes are Little Free Tennis Libraries and the hope is to spread them across Cape Cod. Tennis coach Sat Jiwan Ikle-Khalsa, best known to his students...
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...
By: Kat Szmit
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...