Note: Team records are listed as of the Independent’s deadline.
The regular season has ended; only a few teams are left competing in postseason action.
Boys golf: The Warriors placed fifth in the Division 2 state finals after finishing the regular season with an impressive record of 12-5.
Girls field hockey: The Warriors finished their season at 8-7-4 and lost 2-1 to the Mansfield Hornets (11-6-2) in the Division 1 South preliminary round of the playoffs.
Girls soccer: After finishing the season at 9-9-1 the Warriors hosted the Hopkinton Hillers (7-6-1) in the Division 2 South Sectional preliminary round of the state playoffs. In a hard-fought contest the Warriors lost 2-1 to close out their season.
Girls volleyball: On their final game of the regular season the Warriors celebrated Senior Day by defeating the St. John Paul II Lions 3-2. The team finished its season with a record of 7-11.
Thursday, Nov. 7
Boys soccer: The Warriors (17-0-2) remain undefeated after beating the Walpole Rebels (4-11-3) by a score of 4-0 in the first round of the Division 2 South Sectional playoffs on Nov. 4. Next up for Nauset is a quarterfinal matchup against the Duxbury Dragons (9-4-4) at home at 5 p.m.
Friday, Nov. 8
Football: The Nauset Warriors (6-2) travel to face the Plymouth South Panthers (6-1) in a Division 4 South semifinal matchup at 7 p.m. The Panthers are on a six-game winning streak after losing only their first game of the season.
But the Warriors are riding high after winning the first home playoff game in school history on Nov. 1. The team defeated the Dighton-Rehoboth Falcons (2-5) by a score of 28-21 in the quarterfinals.
It took a goal line stand from the Warriors defense to keep the Falcons from tying the game at the end of regulation. The team was led on offense by senior quarterback Bobby Joy, who threw for 92 yards and two touchdowns in the contest.
Saturday, Nov. 9
Boys and girls cross-country: Both Warriors teams will travel to Wrentham to compete in the Eastern Mass. Division 4 Championships. The girls (9-0-2) and boys (7-2) cross-country teams finished their regular seasons strong and will look to bring home state sectional titles this weekend.