M.V. Football Assn. standings
Team GP W L T Pts GF GA GD
MV Celtic 10 6 2 2 20 19 8 11
Atlantic FC 10 6 2 2 20 17 9 8
Shirley’s Hardwr 10 4 1 5 17 14 11 3
Sports Haven 10 3 5 2 11 12 13 -1
Coop deVille 10 3 5 2 11 16 22 -7
Monto Orthos 10 0 7 3 3 8 22 -14
Last Wednesday Coop deVille and Monto Orthopedics played to a 1-1 tie on goal by Ben Sprayregan and Erly Pinheiro. The same evening, Atlantic FC defeated Sports Haven, 1-0. Filipe Freitas scored the only goal.
Thursday, Shirley’s Hardware got by the Atlantic FC, 2-1.
Jared Jernagan and Sebastian Shrady netted the ball for Shirley’s. Torbelly Assis had the Atlantic goal. In the second Thursday game, MV Celtic shut out Monto Orthopedics, 3-0. Alex Poole scored twice. Rachel Schubert also scored.
The Edgartown Croquet Club held its annual Woody Tarlow Hi-Lo Doubles Tournament last week. Players included rank beginners and 25-year veterans.
Winners of the tournament were the West Tisbury team of Bill Blakesley and Sandy Turner. In third place at the end of bloc play, Saturday, Blakesley and Turner won the semi final and final games on Sunday to claim the crowns.
Perennial champions John Schott and Joan Yale were upset by Gerry McCaulley and Ed Rose, who finished second. John and Joan placed third.
The Edgartown Croquet Club is the only USCA registered club on the Island and is open to all players of 6-wicket croquet and those who want to learn. Often compared to chess on a lawn, 6-wicket croquet knows no limitations of age or gender. The club plays regularly during the season and offers lessons on the Edgartown School Croquet lawn behind the baseball diamond, Saturdays, beginning at 9:00 am.
In the latest posting at Niantic Park the unbeaten Kings were atop the O.B. Summer League Basketball standings at 5-0.
Second were the Monstars at 4-1, followed by Cold Stone Hustlers, 3-2, Entourage 3-2, H.S. Ballers 2-3, Team Seven 2-3, Ignorant Athletes 1-4 and Free Agents 0-5.
The leading Individual scorers were Steve Handy with 103, Jay Dyer 87; Dan Birtwell 81; T.J. Van Gervan 78, Nick Viera 74, Terrell Johnson 72, and Brant Sylvia 72.
A Trio on ice
Three young Vineyard ice skaters, students of the Island Ice Skating School, competed in the Ice Skating Institute’s World Championships at Marlborough, July 26-30. Teams from as far away as Japan skated in the meet.
Lacey Dinning of Oak Bluffs placed fifth in Artistic Solo level 3 and sixth in Interpretive Solo 3.
Hailey Meader, 9, of Vineyard Haven also was fifth in Artistic Solo level 3, and was sixth in Freestyle 3 and seventh in Solo Compulsories 3.
Alyssa Whitney, 9, of Oak Bluffs was third in Interpretive Solo 4, fifth in Solo Compulsories, sixth in Freestyle 4, and seventh in Artistic 4.