Girls youth lacrosse
The Martha’s Vineyard girls youth lacrosse teams traveled to Hanson on Sunday and came away with two wins.
The U-15 team edged Nantucket, 10-9, in a hard-fought game. Lily Pigott and Lucy Enos scored for the first time this season, netting two goals apiece. Audrey McCarron also tallied twice. Erin Hill, Julia Regan, and Alex Look had one goal each. Goalie Kylie Hatt made ten saves for the Purple and went coast to coast to score a goal.
The U-13 team took on Whitman/Hanson and won 12-6. Alexis Condon led the Vineyard offense with four goals. Devin Hill and Alley Estrella, with her first goal, both notched hat tricks, while Addy Hayman scored twice. Hailey Meader played strong in net, turning away 13 shots.
Both Vineyard teams play in Weymouth next week.
Dobel does it again
Riley Dobel of Oak Bluffs, a 2008 MVRHS graduate and junior attack on the Marywood University (Scranton, Penn.) Pacers broke his own school record by scoring eight goals Saturday in a 26-11 Colonial States Athletic Conference win over Immaculata University. He added an assist to tie the M.U. record for points in a game with nine. Riley set the previous record of six goals on April 10 in a 19-11 Pacers win over Rosemont College.
Goaltender Sue Mead of Oak Bluffs, along with players from Southeastern Mass. and Rhode Island, will skate for the Cape Cod Black Dogs women’s hockey team in the USA Over 40 Women’s Ice Hockey Tournament, April 25-27, in Tampa Bay, Fla. The Black Dogs are the defending Over 40 National Champions, having won three national titles at different age levels in the past 6 years.