HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP: Sandwich field hockey stays perfect
By André Simms, Cape Cod Times,2023-09-21
The Sandwich field hockey team (5-0) took its winning streak to begin the season to five games, after shutting out Norwell 7-0. The Blue Knights flexed their offensive depth as three different players scored two goals or more. Alivia Barnes fired in three goals, to go along with an assist to lead the Blue Knights' offense Wednesday afternoon. Quinn Jordan and Elisabeth Stutzman both had two goals in the win. Sadie Clarkin, Julia Giampietro, and Kyla Darmon each registered an assist for Sandwich. The win is the Blue Knights' fourth shutout in their first five games, and they've now scored 22 goals, while only allowing one.
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Barnstable 5, Dennis-Yarmouth 1: Each of the Red Hawks' (3-1) five goals came from a different source in their win over the Dolphins (3-2-2). Seniors Alexa Garthee, Ally McEneaney, and Penny Baroni all had a goal and an assist. Juniors Chloe Egan and Shelby Locasio both scored (with Locasio also getting an assist), and Coralle Figueroa played well defensively.
Carver 4, Mashpee 0: George Tompkins made 11 saves as the Falcons drop to 1-6.
Monomoy 2, Falmouth 1: The Sharks advance to 4-0 after beating the Clippers (1-2-1).
Duxbury 1, Nauset 1: The Warriors finished level with Duxbury, and are now 2-2-2.
Sandwich 132, Mashpee 71: Zaren Graff, Luke Greely, and Blaise Chatigney each shot a 38 to help the Blue Knights get back to .500 at 3-3. Dylan McCabe also shot sub-40 (39) for Sandwich. Liam Hansford had the lowest score of the day for Mashpee (0-5), shooting a 46.
Nauset 240, Sturgis East 338: Jack Martin was the medalist, after he shot an even par 36 to lead the Warriors (5-1) to victory over the Storm (0-4). Zach Weiner's 39 was the next lowest score for the Warriors, and each of their golfers won their head to head matchup.
Monomoy 235, Dennis-Yarmouth 295: Monomoy improves to 3-1 behind a one under par performance from Casey Huse (35), and an even par finish from Jackson Rocco (36) at Cranberry Valley. Aidan Stone rounded out the three lowest finishes with his 39, and nobody on Monomoy's side shot higher than a 46. James Mullen and Robbie McPhee both recorded 46's to lead the way for the Dolphins (1-4).
Cape Cod Academy 8.5, Cape Tech .5: Cape Cod Academy improves to 3-3 with the win. Nolan Baker tied his match and shot a team-low 46 for the Crusaders (0-6).
St. John Paul II 236, Upper Cape 253: Timmy Adams (36), Jack Carstensen (37), and Matt Curley (38) once again led the way as the Lions remain undefeated at 6-0. Zephyr Johnson shot a career best 37 for the Rams (5-2).
Falmouth 3, St. John Paul II 3: The Clippers (1-2-1) and Lions (1-2-1) shared the points in a back-and-forth draw. Scarlett Oberton had a pair of goals to lead the Clippers, and Eleanor Ralston added the third off a free kick. Addison Cheney found the back of the net twice for the Lions, both coming in the first half to give turn a 1-0 deficit, into a 2-1 lead. Ella Cheney's second half penalty kick leveled the match for good, converting from the spot after Cassidy Conway was fouled in the box.
Martha’s Vineyard 7, O’Bryant 0: Senior captain Elena Giordano played the role of goal provider, and goal scorer for the Vineyarders (4-1). Giordano assisted three of Martha's Vineyard's seven goals, and scored one herself. Sophomore Sydney Bruguiere opened the scoring in the eighth minute, Emily Coogan scored twice, and Reese Malowski, Emily MacMillian, and Caroline Bettencourt rounded out the goal scorers.
West Bridgewater 5, Bourne 0: The Canalwomen fall to 3-2.
Falmouth Academy 2, Carver 1: Graeson Takach and Sasha Kaplenko both scored for the Mariners (2-2). Gus McGuire anchored the back line, while Gabe Murray kept things ticking in midfield.
Bourne 1, West Bridgewater 0: The Canalmen (1-2-2), led by goalkeeper Nathan Reynolds' seven saves, kept a clean sheet and picked up their first win of the season. Michael Dankert scored the game's only goal, and Quinn Moriarty and Leo Andrade both had a couple shots on target.
Barnstable 3, Nantucket 0: Sadie Wellbeloved had 26 assists to help the Red Hawks improve to 5-1 following the sweep (25-10, 25-15, 25-17). Charlotte Sullivan was on the other end of 11 of those dimes, leading her team in kills. Molly Gleason (seven kills), Molly Fredo (six kills), and Dylan Andrews (six kills) all contributed offensively, and Logan Hurwitz had six digs. The loss drops the Whalers to 5-2.
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Dennis-Yarmouth 3, Nauset 0: The Dolphins (3-4) swept the Warriors (2-6) in straight sets (25-14, 25-20, 25-20). Ryann Johnson had 14 assists to go along with four aces, Mariah Eaton had a team high nine kills, and added three blocks, and Ellen Swanson had 15 digs. Maria Campos also chipped in with seven kills.
St. John Paul II 3, Monomoy 0: Rosanna Sullivan led the way for the Lions (5-2) with eight kills, 11 digs, and four aces in their sweep (25-17, 25-17, 25-9) over the Sharks (0-6). Molly Pulit had 21 digs to lead the defensive effort, and Zlata Alioshka finished one dig shy of a double double (12 assists, nine digs).
Bourne 3, West Bridgewater 0: The Canalwomen improved to 6-0 following the victory via the sweep (26-24, 25-16, 25-15). Sofia Halunen, Mayla Muldoon, Leah Barlow and Nola Timo combined to total 26 kills in the win, while Lily Russell and Muldoon had 27 digs between them.
Cape Tech 3, Bristol Aggie 1: The Crusaders are now 5-1 after the win.
Norfolk Aggie 3, Upper Cape 0: The loss drops the Rams to 0-6.
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