School hockey: Sandwich, Barnstable earn home victories
BOURNE – Sophomore Kileigh Holt had a pair of goals to lead Sandwich’s girls hockey team over Martha’s Vineyard, 4-2, on Wednesday at Gallo Ice Arena.
Holt scored both of her goals to cap a three-goal second period by Sandwich (6-12-1) after sophomore Lauren Boyd gave Martha’s Vineyard (0-16-1) a 1-0 lead in the first period.
Eighth-grader Caroline Barrett finished off assists from freshmen Maura McIver and Molly Dwyer midway through the second before Holt’s two goals made it 3-1 Blue Knights. Sophomore Rachel Brooks and junior captain Kari Gould earned assists on Holt’s second tally.
Sophomore Victoria Visceglio knocked home a pass from classmate Kaitlyn Ramsey with five minutes to play to push Sandwich’s lead to 4-1.
Junior Meghan Sonia closed the Vineyard back within two goals off assists from sophomore Alex Rego and freshman Ruby Reimann.
Sophomore goalie Amelia Simmons had 22 saves in net for the Vineyarders, while freshman Macey White had 16 stops for Sandwich. The Blue Knights also got strong play from eighth-grader Lily Tobin and McIver.
Barnstable 4, Latin Academy/Fontbonne 0: Senior captain MiKayla Bestford had 10 saves en route to her third shutout of the season on Senior Night at the Hyannis Youth & Community Center.
Senior captain Morgan Rainville and Camryn Roberts-Capak each scored a goal for Barnstable (14-1-4), and senior captain Mackenzie Curtice earned an assist, as the Red Raiders seniors led the way in the victory. Barnstable also got strong play from seniors Morgan Nailor and Emma Needham.
Sophomore Rachel Dwyer scored the Red Raiders first goal, off an assist from eighth-grader Bridget Everett, in Barnstable’s three-goal second period. Rainville then made it 2-0 off Curtice’s assist, before Roberts-Capak finished the period with an assist from Dwyer.
Sophomore Rachel Aalto capped scoring in the third period, on a power play, off Dwyer’s second assist.
Nauset/Cape Tech/Monomoy 1, Mansfield/Oliver Ames/Foxboro 1: Senior Lauren Monger scored with 3 minutes, 32 seconds to play to help the Furies earn their third point in two games at Charles Moore Arena.
After handing Bishop Stang a 3-2 loss on Saturday, Nauset/Cape Tech/Monomoy (2-13-1) battled the Warriors (10-5-3) to a scoreless draw through two and a half periods.
Emma Garland then broke the ice for Mansfield/Oliver Ames/Foxboro with 6:09 to play.
Monger then redirected a pass from freshman Sydney Nickerson for the tying goal.
Junior Molly McKenna made 37 saves, while the Furies got strong defense from senior Elsa Lalone as well as key play at forward from freshman Nikki Awalt.
BMW/ORR 3, Scituate 2: Senior captain Carly LaCasse scored the winning goal in the third period as the Canalwomen rallied past the Sailors on Senior Night at Gallo Ice Arena in Bourne.
LaCasse scored the winner just over a minute after she assisted freshman Julia Elicier’s tying goal.
Senior captain Leah Hidenfelter and freshman Carly Drew assisted LaCasse’s first goal in the second period, but Scituate took a 2-1 lead about a minute after that.
Megan Nolan made 23 saves for BMW/ORR (11-5-2), which trailed, 1-0, after the first period.
The Canalwomen also recognized senior Grace Dufromont along with LaCasse and Hidenfelter.
Duxbury 5, Falmouth 1: Sophomore Caroline Larsson scored for the Clippers in a non-league loss to the Green Wave in Falmouth.
Larsson finished off an assist from senior Rachael Curtis late in the second period to close Falmouth (7-9-2) within 3-1, but Duxbury added one more before the end of the middle period and one more in the third.
The Green Wave (14-2-1) also beat the Clippers on Saturday, 2-0.
Archbishop Williams 4, Dennis-Yarmouth 0: Senior Marguerite Leonard had a goal and an assist to lead the Bishops over the Dolphins at Tony Kent Arena in South Dennis.
Archbishop Williams improved to 12-4-1 with the win. Dennis-Yarmouth fell to 11-5-2.
Falmouth 3, Bridgewater-Raynham 1: The Clippers scored a goal in each period and held on to beat the Trojans at the Bridgewater Ice Arena.
Senor Nick Kinsella broke the ice for Falmouth (13-3-3) 20 seconds into the game, off an assist from junior Robbie Curtis.
Sophomore Nick Champani then knocked home a pass from freshman J.P. Turner 1:17 into the second period. Blake Thorne then scored for Bridgewater-Raynham as the Trojans were skating a man-down.
Champani then returned the favor to his freshman teammate, joining with Curtis to assist Turner’s third period goal.
Sophomore North Wilson made 18 saves in net for Falmouth. The Clippers got strong play all game from Kinsella at forward as well as sophomore Jonah Schlezinger on defense.
Nauset 8, Blue Hills 0: Senior James Sandison had two goals and two assists to lead the host Warriors over the road Warriors at Charles Moore Arena in Orleans.
Freshman Clayton Hussey added two goals, opening Nauset’s four-goal second period with his first tally. Junior Shane Silva, junior captain Myles Walther and Sandison made it 4-0 hosts before the end of the second.
Hussey, Sandison, junior captain Cam Hull and sophomore Connor Still all scored in a four-goal third period for Nauset (11-5-1).
Newton South 5, Bourne 0: Senior Nick Newbold turned aside 30 shots in a losing effort for the Canalmen against the Lions at Gallo Ice Arena in Bourne.
Newton South (9-5-3) scored once in the first period before adding two goals in each the second and third periods.
Sophomore Mike Bonito and junior Kyle Casano provided some energy up front for Bourne (13-4-2) and helped kill off a few penalties.