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Sandwich shutout over DY locks in postseason for 5th straight year
Oct 11, 2013, 1:13 pm
Girls soccer: McKenna leads Sandwich past D-Y
 

SOUTH YARMOUTH — Caroline McKenna scored twice and assisted on two other goals as Sandwich girls soccer beat Dennis-Yarmouth, 4-0, to qualify for the postseason for the fifth straight season.

Becca Mandy had a goal and two assists for the Knights (7-2-4, 5-1-2 Atlantic Coast League) in the shutout.

 

Brooke Hanson opened the scoring six minutes into the match off a beautiful cross from McKenna.

The Blue Knights led 4-0 at the half and received solid play off the bench from Megan Forrester, Colleen Macdonald and Tatum Tropp


Lizotte's goal lifts Sandwich
Oct 1, 2013, 11:24 am

Girls soccer: Lizotte's goal lifts Sandwich

EAST SANDWICH — Sandwich received the game's lone tally from Jess Lizotte in the 77th minute to lift it to a close 1-0 non-league victory over Barnstable.

 

Lizotte's tally came on a long shot from outside the 18 where the ball floated just under the cross bar to break the 0-0 deadlock. Picking up the assist for Sandwich (6-1-4, 4-0-2 ACL) was Katherine Karolezck. The goal was the culmination of a tenacious Sandwich onslaught throughout the second half, led by winger Maddie LaRochelle, center midfielder Becca Mandy and Tatum Tropp. Sharing the netminding duties for the Knights and picking up the shutout were Kasey Noonan in the first half and Maggie LaVangie in the second half.

Barnstable (1-6-1) picked up strong play on defense from Courtney Nelson and Hannah Glover and in the midfield from Alex Devine.

 


Sandwich remains unbeaten
Sep 25, 2013, 8:11 am

FALMOUTH — Sandwich knocked home a pair of second half goals over a three-minute span, and using strong defense, edged Falmouth 2-1 in an Atlantic Coast League contest on Tuesday.


SANDWICH BLANKS NAUSET
Sep 20, 2013, 10:07 am

Girls soccer: Sandwich blanks Nauset

NORTH EASTHAM — Becca Mandy provided all the offense for Sandwich, scoring both goals in a a 2-0 Atlantic Coast League win against Nauset on Thursday.

Mandy's first came with less than a minute remaining in the first half, where she turned and fired a lofting ball over the keeper that kissed the cross bar on the way to the first Sandwich score.

Mandy netted her second with eights minutes to play in the game when she directed a ball off a corner kick for the score.

The Blue Knights earned their fifth shutout in seven games, in part because of the play of junior Rachael Lake and sophomore Liz Wegman. Lake was stingy on defense and Wegman provided the team with excellent minutes off the bench.

Senior Samantha Emerson and junior Emily MacDonald each gave Sandwich strong minutes off the bench at outside midfield.

The Blue Knights (4-0-3, 3-0-1 ACL) will look to keep their impressive season rolling, as they travel to Falmouth on Tuesday.

 


Sandwich shuts out DY
Sep 18, 2013, 8:38 am

Sandwich 9, Dennis-Yarmouth 0: Lea Adams scored three goals and Carole McKenna added two to lead the Blue Knights over the Dolphins in East Sandwich.

Tatum Tropp, Megan Forrester and Katie Lowry all added their first varsity goals for Sandwich (3-0-3, 2-0-1 Atlantic Coast League), which led 1-0 at the half.

Maggie LeVangie and Kasey Noonan split time in net for the Blue Knights, combining for the shutout.

D-Y is 0-5.

 


Sandwich Lady Knights win big on the road vs Dartmouth
Sep 17, 2013, 11:15 am
Sep 16, 2013, 11:30 am

GIRLS SOCCER

Sandwich 3, Dartmouth 1: Caroline McKenna and Brooke Hanson connected for a pair of second-half goals as the Blue Knights went on to hand the Indians a home loss in South Dartmouth.

Tied 1-1 at the half, Mc-Kenna knocked home the first of her two goals on a Hanson pass eight minutes after the break for a 2-1 lead. McKenna and Hanson needed little time reconnecting, putting Sandwich (2-0-3) ahead 3-1 just two minutes later.

The Blue Knights were rolling right off the bus, as Stef Briggs blasted home what coach Dave DeConto called “a rocket” from 24 yards out for a goal in the opening minute. Dartmouth found the equalizer in the 18th minute and the sides went to the half knotted 1-all.

Sandwich got key play in the midfield from Becca Mandy, Bella Collentro and Maddie LaRochelle while Lea Adams was strong on defense.

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12th Annual DeConto 5K this weekend!!
Sep 17, 2013, 11:10 am

Gerald F DeConto, USN Scholarship 5K Run-Walk

DOWNLOAD THE BROCHURE WITH ENTRY FORM (PDF)

DOWNLOAD MAP OF THE RACE COURSE (PDF)

Welcome to the 12th annual Captain Gerald F. DeConto, USN Scholarship Fund 5K Run and Walk. Captain Gerald F. DeConto, USN was killed at the age of 44 in the September 11th terrorist attack on the Pentagon. A scholarship fund has been set up in his memory to honor him and the legacy he left behind which is one of service to his country, leadership, friendship and love of life and family. A scholarship is awarded each year from the fund to a deserving Sandwich High School senior.

5K COURSE


The 5K starts with a brief memorial tribute at 9:00 a.m. on Sunday, September 22, 2013 at Russell’s Corner (corner of Rte. 6A and Jarvis Street) in Sandwich, MA. The course is a scenic 3.1 mile route through the center of Sandwich to the Sandwich Marina and beach area finishing at the Super Stop & Shop Plaza in Merchant Square in Sandwich. Runners and walkers are welcome. Runners will leave the starting line first with official timing by Spitler Race Systems of Pawtucket RI.
 

BENEFICIARY


The Captain Gerald F. DeConto Scholarship was started by Captain DeConto’s family after he was killed on September 11th. Captain DeConto grew up on Cape Cod where most people still refer to him simply as “Jerry”. Jerry was a dedicated Naval officer who was respected and admired by those he served for, by those he served with, and by those who served for him. At the time of the terrorist attack on the Pentagon Jerry was in charge of the Navy Command Center and was in direct communication with the Secretary of the Navy coordinating the Navy’s response to the attacks on the world Trade Center. Jerry was a high-spirited, caring person who truly loved life, his friends and his family. He enjoyed many activities, one of which was running, and he enjoyed them most when they were shared with family and friends. It is his family’s hope that through the scholarship fund, Jerry will continue to influence the lives of young people and that his memory and the ideals he believed in will live on.
 

REGISTRATION + ENTRY FEE


ENTRY FEE:
$20.00: Over 18
$15.00: 18 and under
Please make checks payable to the Captain Gerald F. DeConto Scholarship Fund.

The entry fee is payable directly to the Captain Gerald F. DeConto Scholarship Fund, P.O. Box 824, Sandwich, MA 02563. All participants must fill out and sign the registration form. The first 500 registered participants will receive a race T-shirt. All registered participants will receive a race number. Registration forms may be mailed directly to the P.O. Box.

PRE-REGISTRATION for the race will be held from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Saturday September 21, 2013 at the Super Stop and Shop plaza in Merchant Square (off Route 6A) in Sandwich, MA.

Limited registration will take place on the morning of the race starting at 7:30 a.m at the race start location (Russell’s Corner). We suggest that you pre-register if possible to avoid long lines the morning of the race. If registering by mail please plan to pick up your T-shirt and/or number during one of the registration events.

 

PARKING

 

The race will start at Russell's Corner in Sandwich and will end at the Stop & Shop Plaza in Sandwich. Participants are welcome to park at either the race start location (limited) or the race finish location (preferred). Shuttle transportation will be available between the start and finish locations both before and after the race. If you plan to park at the race finish location and shuttle to the start location please arrive well before the race start time so as to allow sufficient transit time. The following addresses can be used for GPS navigation to the parking areas:

  • Start Location: Russell's Corner 132 Rt. 6A Sandwich, MA 02563. Use parking lots of Century 21, Cape Cod Bank & Trust, Salt Pond Building, and surrounding businesses.
  • Finish Location: Stop & Shop Plaza 65 Rt. 6A Sandwich, MA 02563. Use the Stop & Shop Plaza parking lots.

 

 

DIRECTIONS

 

Travel over the Sagamore Bridge onto Route 6 east and take Exit 1, Route 6A Sagamore-Sandwich. Go 1/2 mile to the ramp’s end and turn right at the light onto Route 6A East. Take 6A East about 2 1/2 miles. Russell’s Corner will be on your right at the lights on the corner of Route 6A and Jarvis Street. From Hyannis: Take Route 6 West. Just before the Sagamore Bridge take Exit 1, Route 6A Sagamore. Go 3/4 -mile on Cranberry Highway and at Mobil gas (on left) bear right onto Route 6A East. Go 1 1/2 mile East on 6A. Russell’s corner will be on your right at the lights on the corner of Route 6A and Jarvis Street. Parking information is available at www.GeraldDeConto5k.com.

 

TIMING

 

Official timing by Spitler Race Systems.

 

AWARDS

 

Cash awards will be given to overall winners male and female.

Gold, Silver and Bronze medals will be awarded to all age categories: 
12 and under | 13-15 | 16-19 | 20-29 | 30-39 | 40-49 | 50-59 | 60-60 | 70 and over

Race day raffles open to the public.

 

THANKS TO OUR WONDERFUL SPONSORS AND SUPPORTERS:
 

Sandwich Wins on the road vs Dartmouth
Sep 16, 2013, 11:30 am

GIRLS SOCCER

Sandwich 3, Dartmouth 1: Caroline McKenna and Brooke Hanson connected for a pair of second-half goals as the Blue Knights went on to hand the Indians a home loss in South Dartmouth.

Tied 1-1 at the half, Mc-Kenna knocked home the first of her two goals on a Hanson pass eight minutes after the break for a 2-1 lead. McKenna and Hanson needed little time reconnecting, putting Sandwich (2-0-3) ahead 3-1 just two minutes later.

The Blue Knights were rolling right off the bus, as Stef Briggs blasted home what coach Dave DeConto called “a rocket” from 24 yards out for a goal in the opening minute. Dartmouth found the equalizer in the 18th minute and the sides went to the half knotted 1-all.

Sandwich got key play in the midfield from Becca Mandy, Bella Collentro and Maddie LaRochelle while Lea Adams was strong on defense.

 Sundays CC Times


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