Cape Cod Academy Stuns Barnstable Laxwomen; BHS Volleyball Drops 4th Straight

OSTERVILLE – The host Cape Cod Academy girls’ lacrosse team avenged an earlier season loss to the Barnstable Red Raiders Friday afternoon, thanks in large part to four goals each from Becca White and JoJo Edmonds, en route to a 12-6 finale.

Cape Cod Academy's Becca White noched four goals and had one assist in the Seahawks' 12-6 win over Barnstable Friday afternoon. Sean Walsh/ Sports

Cape Cod Academy’s Becca White notched four goals and had one assist in the Seahawks’ 12-6 win over Barnstable Friday afternoon.
Sean Walsh/ Sports

Barnstable top scorer and key offensive threat Callie Rogorzenski went down with a knee injury early on and from that point forward the Seahawks were relentless in their attack on Barnstable’s goal.

The hosts built an 8-3 lead at the half and never looked back as Edmonds and White paved the way. Rebekah Nicolas, one of the Academy’s top offensive producers this season, added a hat trick to the damage. White also had an assist and freshman Mariah Van Sciver tacked on a single marker.

Barnstable’s Emma Glover and Claire Deely each scored a pair of goals for Barnstable and Alison Carter and Lauren Lee both added one goal apiece but it proved not enough as the Seahawks raised their win-loss record to 6-5-1 on the season. Barnstable fell to 3-10.

The Seahawks have three regular season games remaining and head to face Sturgis East on Monday at the Sandy Pond Recreation Complex in West Yarmouth at 4:00 pm.

Barnstable is at Falmouth on Monday at 4:00 pm.

In other sports news from Friday’s high school slate…

The Sturgis West baseball team (7-7) climbed to .500 with an 8-5 win over Cape Cod Academy Friday on the Seahawks’ Osterville campus. J.P. Labarge got the win for the Navigators. Ben Parkin hit an RBI-double and Johnny Ryan went 3-4 on the day.

Danny Crossen went 3-4 for the hosts and Will McCutcheon and Diehl Longstaff both went 2-3 while Jack Massari added a double for the Seahawk nine.

The Academy fell to 3-7 on the season with the loss.

Barnstable High’s boys’ volleyball team lost its fourth straight last night to Greater New Bedford Voke, 3-2.

Voke took the first set, 28-26, and Barnstable came back with a 25-20 win, which was then answered by a 25-19 Voke win in the third set. In the fourth set, Barnstable won 25-21, but Voke prevailed in the fifth and deciding set, 15-6.

Donnie Mach turned in 26 kills and had five digs while Harrison West-Mather had 42 assists and four digs. Scott Sawyer Jr. also turned in 26 kills and added six digs while Scott McNair had eight digs on defense.

Barnstable’s last regular season game is next Saturday (May 23) at Brockton High.


— Sean Walsh is the sports editor for His email is [email protected]. Follow him on Twitter @coachwalshccbm

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