Cape Cod is down to its final 10 playoff teams in the MIAA state tournament. All ten were scheduled to play on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, fighting for a chance to play in the Final Four of their respective sports and divisions.
Follow all the scores that happened over the weekend.
Div. 4: No. 2 Sandwich 15, No. 7 Lynnfield 4: Connor Stack led the way for the Blue Knights as he went 17-for-20 on faceoffs, scored three goals and dished out four assists in the win.
Cole Rodgers (four goals), Avery Richardson (five goals), Hunter West-Mather (two goals, one assist) and Brady Carroll (one goal, one assist) all contributed on offense, while Shane Corcoran had 15 saves in net for Sandwich (14-7).
Div. 3: No. 2 Martha’s Vineyard 5, No. 10 Medfield 0: The Vineyarders (16-2) continue their dominant playoff run as they have not lost a set, sweeping all their opponents (No. 15 Boston Latin Academy and No. 34 Ludlow). They are headed back to the Final Four for the second straight year. They will face No. 3 Dover-Sherbon on Monday at 4 p.m.
Div. 4: No. 2 Cohasset 5, No. 7 Nantucket 0: The Whalers (10-7) season ended in the Elite Eight. They beat No. 26 Seekonk 4-1 in the Round of 32, and No. 10 Hopedale 3-2 in the Sweet Sixteen.
Div. 5: No. 2 Bourne 8, No. 26 Greenfield 1: The Canalmen (16-7) are headed to the Final Four. Jack Ferreira was named the Regional MVP as he went 2-0 over 10 innings, allowing only one earned run, a walk and striking out 14 on the mound. At the plate, he had a batting average of .375, with seven RBIs and five runs scored.
In Saturday's game, Ferreira struck out four and allowed a single run over five innings, white adding a single, an RBI, two stolen bases, and two scored runs for Bourne (16-7). Damon White came in as the reliever in the top of the sixth inning and struck out all six batters he saw. White also added a triple, an RBI and scored a run. Jacob Lewis went 2-for-4 (single, double, two runs scored, RBI), while Trevor Billard went 2-for-3 (single, double, two RBIs, scored run) for the Canalmen. Bourne will face the winner of tomorrow's matchup between No. 14 Frontier Regional and No. 6 Ayer Shirley.
Div. 4: No. 3 Dover-Sherborn 16, No. 6 Sandwich 5: The Blue Knights (16-5) season ended in the Elite Eight.
Div. 4: No. 5 Lenox Memorial 3, No. 4 St. John Paul II 2: The Lions (18-2) lost their second match of the season in the Elite Eight.
Div. 3: No. 7 Falmouth 12, No. 2 Pentucket Regional 9: The Clippers upset the No. 2 seed and will play No. 3 Newburyport in the state semifinals.
Div. 4: No. 3 Dover-Sherborn 10, No. 6 Nantucket 3: The Whalers end the year at 14-7.
Div. 4: No. 5 Manchester-Essex 10, No. 4 Nantucket 4: The Whalers end the year at 19-4.
This article originally appeared on Cape Cod Times: HIGH SCHOOL TOURNAMENT ROUNDUP: Weekend Cape Cod scores