EASTHAM — The Nauset Warriors swim team capped a strong week for the high school’s athletics program by sweeping the Cape and Islands Classic at Sandwich High School last Saturday.
The girls emerged victorious with a team score of 198, more than enough to beat second-place Nantucket High with 174 points. The Sandwich hosts came in third at 128 points. The girls swimming team was coming off a rare 88-88 tie with Nantucket last Thursday.
The boys, meanwhile, edged the Sandwich team 147 to 136 to claim first place. Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School placed third with 128 points. The Warrior boys had upended Nantucket 97-66 on Thursday behind a strong performance from senior Tim Johnson, who broke two school records. He swam the 50-yard freestyle in 22.53 and then the 100-yard fly in 52.99.
Nauset boys hockey won its third straight game with a second come-from-behind victory, beating Bishop Stang High School 5-2 on Saturday at Hetland Ice Arena. The Warriors trailed 2-0 heading into the third period before scoring five unanswered goals to improve to 6-1 on the year.
Sophomore Logan Poulin and senior Dan Deering each had a goal and an assist, while senior Sam Weiner tallied three assists in the win. The Warriors were scheduled to host Barnstable High School on Wednesday night this week.
The Cape Cod Furies fell to a third straight defeat, losing 7-4 to Longmeadow High School on Saturday at Charles Moore Arena. The Furies were slated to travel to Dennis-Yarmouth Regional High School on Wednesday.
The Warriors boys basketball team split a pair of games — narrowly falling to Martha’s Vineyard on Thursday, 53-50, before upending Plymouth North High School 65-47 on Saturday. Seniors Dillon White and Patrick O’Keefe each scored 15 points and sophomore Joey Berardi added 14 for the Warriors, who moved to a 4-4 overall record. The girls basketball team fell 47-21 on the road to Plymouth North on Saturday.
Nauset track was well represented at the MSTCA Auerbach Freshman-Sophomore Small School Championships on Sunday. Sophomore Madeline Mahoney won the girls 1000-meter race with a time of 3:05:03, sophomore Rihanna Sutherland placed first in the girls 55-meter dash (7.66) to qualify for Divisionals, sophomore Adian Brown came in first in the boys 55-meter hurdles (8.09), and freshman Violet Roche won the girls 300-meter race (42.61) and placed sixth in the high jump (4’10”).
Nauset swimming and diving’s meet with St. John Paul II on Tuesday was postponed, while wrestling was in action at Sandwich High School on Wednesday.
Thursday, Jan. 12
Boys and Girls Swimming: Nauset hosts Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School on Senior Night at Willy’s Gym, with the meet starting at 4 p.m.
Friday, Jan. 13
Boys and Girls Swimming: The Warriors travel to Sandwich High School for the Cape and Islands Diving Invitational. Time to be determined.
Saturday, Jan. 14
Wrestling: Wrestling has a match at Cohassett High School starting at 9 a.m.
Girls Basketball: The Warriors travel to Fiskdale to face Tantasqua Regional High for a 5 p.m. tipoff.
Girls Hockey: The Cape Cod Furies open up a three-game homestand at Charles Moore Arena beginning with Barnstable High School at 8 p.m.
Monday, Jan. 16
Girls Hockey: The Furies take on Dennis-Yarmouth Regional High School in the Codfish Cup. Faceoff is scheduled for 5:10 p.m.
Boys Hockey: Nauset battles Dennis-Yarmouth Regional in defense of the Codfish Cup. Faceoff at Charles Moore Arena is at 7:10 p.m.
Tuesday, Jan. 17
Boys and Girls Indoor Track: Nauset has a meet against Barnstable High School at Wheaton College beginning at 3 p.m.
Girls Basketball: Nauset hosts Barnstable at 5:30 p.m.
Boys Basketball: The Warriors are on the road at Barnstable at 6 p.m.
Wednesday, Jan. 18
Girls Hockey: The Furies close out their three-game homestand with a match against Falmouth at 6:10 p.m.
Boys Hockey: The Warriors travel to Falmouth for a marquee matchup, with faceoff scheduled for 7 p.m.