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Game Time Change For Martha's Vineyard
Sep 2, 2015, 1:21 am

Game time change for Martha's Vineyard 9/12/15.  New time is 4:30 and ferry will leave at 2:30.  Bus time TBD

Announcing Field Changes For 2015 Tryouts!!
Aug 23, 2015, 3:33 pm

Please Note the following changes for the 2015 Tryouts in Red:

Thursday 8/27 8-10am at Sandwich HS; 3-5pm at Oak Ridge

Friday 8/28 8-10am at Oak Ridge; 3-5pm at Sandwich HS

Sat 8/29 8-10am at Sandwich HS; 3-5pm at Oak Ridge




SHS Girls Soccer Tryout Dates & Times Announced!
Jun 24, 2015, 2:01 am

The 2015 Fall Sandwich High School Girls Soccer tryout dates have been confirmed: 

Tryouts will be at Sandwich High School over (3) days with double sessions each day. The dates are Thursday Aug. 27th, Friday Aug. 28th and Saturday Aug. 29th. Session times are 8-10am and 3-5pm. All candidates must attend all (6) six tryout sessions.

TEAM MEETING Thursday May 14th 2:30pm Room C234
May 11, 2015, 11:14 pm

We will have a short team meeting for everyone interested in playing soccer this fall. We will discuss out of season training, tryouts and the fall season.

Team Meeting- 2015 Tryout Dates posted on calendar
May 1, 2015, 12:27 am

Team Meeting in mid May. Watch for announcement soon.

2015 Tryout dates: Thurs Aug. 27th; Fri Aug. 28th & Sat Aug. 29th.

Alumni Soccer Match
Dec 8, 2014, 9:03 pm

Alumnae Cruise To 6-1 Victory In Soccer Match

It was a big night for the Sandwich High School alumnae team Saturday, November 29, as they defeated this year’s girls’ soccer team 6-1 in their first, hoped to be annual, matchup at DeConto Stadium.

Monique Williams, a 2008 graduate of SHS, recorded a hat trick, scoring twice for the alumnae team and then joining this year’s squad and scoring their lone goal late in the game.

Lia Wilcox '06 opened the scoring in the seventh minute with a shot from the left side that eluded keeper Megan Forrester. Chelsea Sutton '13 then made it a 2-0 match less than a minute later. Williams recorded her first marker of the night with 7:20 to play in the opening half off a pass from Megan Congro '11 for a 3-0 alumnae lead at the half.

It was Williams again six minutes into the second off a pass from Lea Adams '14 as the alumnae pulled out to a 4-0 lead. Allison Lizotte '12 then upped the score to 5-0 with 11 minutes to play. Paige Wilcox '11 then topped off the scoring for the alumnae with 2:44 remaining when she drove home her own rebound.

Williams scored her third of the night, this time for the 2015 team in the final seconds of the match.

Kasey Noonan '13 was in goal for the alumnae, while Forrester and Liz Wegman each played a half in net for this year’s squad.

Blue Knights fall in double overtime
Nov 4, 2014, 1:07 pm

Girls soccer: Blue Knights fall in double overtime



EAST SANDWICH — It wasn't for lack of opportunities or effort that knocked the Blue Knights girls' soccer team out of the postseason. Their opponent just happened to seize of their best chance and capitalize on it.

Emma Gill scored with 7:42 left in the second sudden death overtime period to give 11th-seeded Duxbury a 1-0 victory over No. 6 Sandwich in the Div. 2 South sectional first-round match on Monday afternoon.

The Atlantic Coast League-champion Blue Knights (11-5-3) had the advantage in both corners and shots on goal and maintained a slight territorial edge throughout. But any shots or balls into box were fended off by Duxbury keeper Logan Snelling.

Twice in the first extra session she came out to grab dangerous corners by Becca Mandy. Then just 2:18 into the second stanza, the Dragons chipped the ball over the Sandwich defense to Gill who scored the game-winner.

"If we had put one away earlier it would've been a whole different story," said Sandwich coach Dave DeConto, whose team not only was ACL champion but also recognized by the Cape Cod Coaches association with a Sportsmanship Award. "It's tough no matter if it ends, either now or in the state final. There's nothing I can say to make them feel any better."

Despite a lot of the play being in the Duxbury (10-7-2) the first half, the Dragons had the best bid only to be denied by a great save by Maggie LeVangie.

Becca Mandy was outstanding pushing the pace from the midfield for the Blue Knights in the second half for while senior Caroline McKenna and freshman Sara MacFarland each had scoring chances.

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