Clippers Upend Red Raiders, 5-2, To Start Season Off On High Note
FALMOUTH- What opening night may have lacked in style, it more than up for in emotion. And, with an end result that saw the Falmouth High School boys’ ice hockey team better their rivals from Barnstable, 5-2, the majority of the packed house at the Falmouth Ice Arena left with smiles on their faces.
Lincoln School Overpowers Lady Mariners At Home
FALMOUTH- The Lincoln School is considered the best team in the Southeastern New England Independent School Athletic Association, and the ladies from the private school showed exactly why at Falmouth Academy yesterday afternoon.
Clippers Ready For Season Opener With Raiders
Last December when Buddy Ferreira was analyzing the makeup of his club, he was worried about one thing: which goalie would step up to claim the No. 1 position between the pipes.
Mix Of Experience And Youth For Girls’ Hockey Team
FALMOUTH- It’s not a question of whether the Falmouth High School girls’ ice hockey team will be good this season. The Clippers are good every year. The big question this year is just how good the team can be.
Indoor Track Opens Season: Knights Set Two School Records
SANDWICH- The Sandwich High indoor track team opened the winter season with losses to the Dolphins of Dennis-Yarmouth at the Reggie Lewis Center Wednesday night. The SHS boys fell 68-31, while the girls dropped a 72-28 decision.
Hockey Anticipates Positive Season
MASHPEE- Going into a new season, Coach Shawn Chicoine felt comfortable with the status of his defense and goaltending, but with a number of players up front lost to graduation and the transfer of top forward Mike Marsters to B.C. High, “I was pretty concerned, especially because we had trouble scoring with those kids.”
BHS Girls’ Basketball Ready To Rock & Roll
BOURNE- Experience, versatility, talent, depth and a determination to return to the state tournament drive the Bourne Lady Canalmen basketball team this season.
Girls’ Basketball Unveils New Attack For New Year
FALMOUTH- Coaches like to coach. Sure that sounds simplistic, but when you break it all down, most coaches love nothing more than teaching the game that they love.
Leschen-Lindell Scores 20, But FA Falls In OT
FALMOUTH- Both teams certainly could have used a dousing with some Rustoleum in their season-opening game, but while the contest between Falmouth Academy and Lexington Christian may have lacked quality shooting, it did not lack for excitement.
JV Golfers Ready To Tee Up; Future Looks Bright For Falcon Golf
MASHPEE- For Mashpee High School junior varsity golf Coach Shawn Chicoine, the goal each season is to introduce new players to the game and continue the development of those who have been with him before or who have played golf before, but not at MHS.
Bourne-UCT Boys’ Indoor Track Ready To Run
BOURNE- Leading the Canalmen onto the track this winter will be senior Jarad Held. A veteran of four years with the program, he is the team record holder in the 600 meter at 1:30.95 and a member of the record-setting 4x4 relay team.
We Gather Together 5K Sets New Highs In Donations, Participation, and Record-Setting Finish
SANDWICH- The 8th edition of the Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank Charitable Foundation Trust We Gather Together 5K was held at the Henry T. Wing School in Sandwich on Thanksgiving morning. In 2007 the event attracted 1,472 participants; this year 1,637 took part to benefit Cape food pantries.
Falcons Overwhelm Crusaders On Turkey Day, 35-0
MASHPEE- Make it four years in a row for the Mashpee (10-1) football team. The Falcons finished off a fantastic season by defeating Cape Cod Tech/Harwich on Thanksgiving, this time by a resounding 35-0 final.
Knights Drop T-Day Gridiron Battle To Bishop Feehan
SANDWICH- “I think we beat them on the field, the scoreboard just doesn’t show it,” Sandwich Head Coach Bill Luette said. “Our kids did a great job out there shutting down their offense.”
Falcons Looking To Close Season On High Note Thanksgiving Day
MASHPEE- Heading into next Thursday’s Thanksgiving Day meeting between Mashpee and Cape Cod Tech/Harwich, the Crusaders will be looking for their first win in the four-year rivalry while the Falcons have the disappointment of losing the South Shore League championship to overcome.