The Barnstable High School boys’ ice hockey team (11-2) dropped the Dartmouth Indians, 7-4, yesterday afternoon and in so doing clinched at least an OCL co-championship. Barnstable junior forward Joey DeMayo recorded his first-ever varsity hat-trick in the victory, netting the Red Raiders’ first goal of the game and two more in the second period. Barnstable did not relent in this affair, as it notched another pair of goals eight second apart in the second frame.
With a 6-0 lead, Barnstable did not blink when Dartmouth fired in a pair of goals to make it 6-2 heading out of the second period. In their last home meet of the season last night versus Silver Lake, the Red Raiders completed a regular season sweep of all regular season dual and tri-meets. Barnstable High School senior co-captain Jackie Hansen performed in her last career home meet against Silver Lake last night. Even more incredible is the fact that the Nauset loss three seasons ago is the only regular season dual or tri-meet that Barnstable has lost in the past 15 years.
At a perfect 14-0 this season thus far, Barnstable will shoot for its 16th consecutive conference or league championship title when it heads to Brockton tomorrow night at 5:00 pm for the Cranberry Conference Championship Meet at Spectrum Gymnastics. Against Silver Lake last night it was the talented Myrbeck sisters and top-notch teamate Tali Twomey who once again paced the Red & White to victory.

After three New England Regional championships, 10 state championship titles and 16 straight conference titles, what’s a 14th Division 1 South Sectional title, right?
Indeed, there would be no blinking today seen from the 16-year Red Raider helmsman at the State South Sectionals at Hudson High School, but there sure was some nail-biting. Out for the season with a full cast and broken foot, junior stalwart Kayla Myrbeck needed to be replaced. Thanks to that senior leadership combined with that underclassmen talent, Barnstable won its 14th South Sectional championship today by taking first place in three out of four rotations and second place in the first rotation for a combined total score of 147.25. All four teams will advance to the State Championship next Saturday at Algonquin Regional at 6:00 pm.
In fact, it was the Shrewsbury team that stepped up and stood closest in the way to the Red Raiders’ 14th sectional title. Barnstable competed at the 'Last Chance Qualifier' meet at Reggie Lewis Area in Boston on Sunday. Marshfield's Ellen DiPietro gave the Reggie Lewis Center crowd something to cheer about early in the season. Milesplitmass has decided on a few Dartmouth Relays performers as Marathon Sports Athlete's of the week.

The title is head coach Scott Nickerson’s seventh in nine seasons at the Red Raider helm.
Twomey was not far behind at 9.3 in second place, giving pause that last night might have been a key turning point for the Red Raiders as they head into the postseason tomorrow.
Senior co-captain Jackie Hansen took third place with an 8.8 in the last home meet of her high school career. Myrbeck broke the foot in practice just over a week ago taking a tough landing off the uneven bars. The vault proved a troublesome enterprise for the Red & White, due to Chetwynd’s illness, thus, co-captain Jackie Hansen stepped up and got the job done, earning her team valuable points. Abbey Chetwynd was nearly incapacitated with the flu on the bus, “barely able to breathe,” Chase said, and Fraser’s health had been touch and go since Wednesday at least.
Nearly eight minutes later, Oakley took a feed from Kaski to make it 3-0 and with just 0:42 left in the first frame, Megnia drilled it, unassisted, for the 4-0 lead.

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