EASTHAM — The Nauset boys and girls indoor track teams were crowned Cape and Islands Champions after claiming the top spot at the Reggie Lewis Center in Boston on Sunday.
The boys posted a team score of 120 to beat Barnstable High School (102) and Falmouth High School (76). The girls clipped Dennis-Yarmouth 119.5 to 104.5, while Barnstable finished third with a team score of 94.
Junior Aidan Brown won both the 55-meter dash and 55-meter hurdles, with the Warriors sweeping the podium in the hurdles. Brown was also part of the 4×200 relay team, with senior Damian Bebber, junior Dominic Bebber, and sophomore Reed Dill, that placed first with a time of 1:36.13.
Damian Bebber, meanwhile, placed first in both the 300 meters in 36.78 and 600 meters, finishing in 1:32.87.
Senior Paytah Dill, who placed third in the 55-meter hurdles, won the long jump with a final effort of 19 feet, 4¾ inches.
Junior Isaiah Robinson came in second place in the long jump, shot put, and 55-meter hurdles.
For the girls, sophomore Violet Roche swept the high jump and long jump and placed second in the 300 meters.
Junior Madeline Mahoney had an emphatic victory in the 1,000 meters with a time of 3:08.45, nearly 14 seconds ahead of the second-place runner. Mahoney finished second in the 2-mile race and was part of the second-place 4×800 relay team with sophomores Alyssa Hutchinson and Elizabeth Sanders and freshman Ava Dragon.
Seniors Haley Labdon, Mackenzie Still, and Rebecca Cahill placed second, third, and fourth, respectively, in the 55-meter hurdles, while junior Rihanna Sutherland earned two second-place finishes in the 55-meter dash and long jump.
Senior Elizabeth Mayer capped a strong showing in the field events by winning the shot put with a throw of 30 feet, 11¼ inches, a personal record.
Boys hockey took two games, shutting out both Martha’s Vineyard and Dennis-Yarmouth. The Warriors, who ascended to 19th in the Boston Globe’s Top 20 boys hockey rankings last week, beat the Vineyarders 6-0 on Thursday and the Dolphins 10-0 on Saturday to improve to 13-1-1.
Juniors goalkeepers Zach Coelho and Matthew Swanson blanked Martha’s Vineyard and Dennis-Yarmouth in all four matchups this season.
The Warriors, who are led in scoring by a pair of juniors, have outscored their opponents 78-16 in 15 games. Logan Poulin has paced the team with 34 points (20 goals, 14 assists), and Colin Ward has chipped in 23 points (11 goals, 12 assists) in his first year with the team.
The win over Martha’s Vineyard locked up the Cape and Islands Atlantic Division championship with a game to spare against Barnstable on Saturday.
Girls basketball split a pair of games. They lost 55-45 to Barnstable on Friday but bounced back with a 41-37 win over Cape Cod Academy on Senior Night on Monday at Nauset Middle School. Senior Jordyn Streitmatter dropped 22 points in the loss to the Red Hawks, then scored 23 points in the win over the Seahawks. She hit a trio of 3-pointers and went 8 of 12 at the free throw line.
Boys basketball went 1-1 this week. A two-game winning streak came to an end at the hands of Barnstable, 52-42, on Friday. The team responded with a victory over Nantucket on Tuesday, beating the Whalers 76-64 after breaking the game open in the final 6:20 of the third quarter.
The win lifts the Warriors to 6-9 on the season with the boys chasing a playoff spot; they need to win the rest of their games.
Girls hockey (13-1-1) hosted Bishop Stang on Wednesday with their 13-game unbeaten streak and three-game win streak on the line.
Friday, Feb. 9
Girls basketball: Nauset goes to Wareham for a 6 p.m. game.
Boys basketball: The Warriors welcome Wareham to Nauset Middle School for a 6:30 p.m. tipoff.
Saturday, Feb. 10
Wrestling: Nauset is at Foxboro High School for the South Sectionals, which start at 9 a.m.
Girls and boys swimming: The Warriors are at Worcester Polytechnic Institute for the South Sectionals. Time to be determined.
Girls hockey: Nauset-Monomoy takes on Sandwich at Charles Moore Arena with faceoff scheduled for 5:10 p.m.
Boys hockey: The Warriors host Barnstable at Charles Moore Arena to wrap up their divisional schedule, with faceoff set for 7:10 p.m.
Sunday, Feb. 11
Girls hockey: The Warriors are at Smead Arena to play Pope Francis High School at 4 p.m.
Tuesday, Feb. 13
Boys basketball: Nauset heads to Dennis-Yarmouth for a 6:30 p.m. tilt.
Girls basketball: The Warriors host Dennis-Yarmouth at Nauset Middle School for a 6:30 p.m. game.
Wednesday, Feb. 14
Boys hockey: The Warriors host Nantucket at Charles Moore Arena at 4:10 p.m.