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Women’s softball roundup

With one-third of the regular season remaining, the Creamers hold a half-game lead at the top of the Martha's Vineyard Women's Softball League standings...

Fall River beats MV United U-16 boys to win SCSL title

The Martha's Vineyard United and Fall River United under-16 boys soccer teams played a classic in the South Coast Soccer League championship match on...

MVRHS girls tennis clinches fourth consecutive state title

The MVRHS girls tennis team won a fourth consecutive state championship and first at the Division 2 level, by defeating Winchester High School 4-1...

Sam Bresnick and Gary Simmons headed to state All-Star game

Sam Bresnick, senior captain on the MVRHS baseball team, was selected to play in the 41st annual Massachusetts State Senior All-Star Game at St....

Sharks taking bite out of FCBL, win seventh straight

The Martha’s Vineyard Sharks of the Futures Collegiate Baseball League (FCBL) feasted on another opponent Tuesday night at the Shark Tank in Oak Bluffs,...

MV United U-16 boys beat Nantucket in SCSL semis

The Martha's Vineyard United Under-16 boys met island rivals Nantucket SC in the South Coast Soccer League (SCSL) semifinals Sunday morning at Veterans Park...

Mackenzie Condon sets school records in heptathlon win

MVRHS track standout Mackenzie Condon won the Massachusetts State Track Coaches Association (MSTCA) Heptathlon, held Monday and Tuesday at Notre Dame High School in...

MVRHS girls tennis too tough for Wolverines

The undefeated MVRHS girls tennis team tamed the sixth-seeded Westwood Wolverines, 5-0, in the MIAA Division 2 South Sectional semifinals, Monday afternoon in Oak...

MVRHS girls tennis downs Holliston in tourney opener

The MVRHS girls tennis team began its quest for a fourth consecutive state championship with a clinical 5-0 win over the 18th-seeded Holliston Panthers...

Boys tennis blanks CCA in first round of playoffs

The MVRHS boys tennis team served up a winner in a comprehensive 5-0 win over 11th-seeded Cape Cod Academy in the first round of...

Women’s softball takes first swings of season

The 14th Martha's Vineyard Women's Softball League season got underway Tuesday night at Veterans Park in Vineyard Haven with the customary triple-header and opening...

MVRHS girls lax claws Cougars in state tourney opener

The MVRHS girls lacrosse team got off to a blazing start in the state tournament, scoring six goals in the first 4:28 of play,...

High school playoff brackets set

On Friday, the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) released seedings, brackets, and opening matches for team sports in the spring state tournaments.The Martha’s Vineyard...

MVRHS Boys Tennis beats Sandwich; postseason awaits

The MVRHS boys tennis team beat Sandwich, 5-0, Thursday at the Ned Fennessy Courts in Oak Bluffs in the final match of the regular...

Vineyard girls tennis edges D1 Sharon, stays unbeaten

The MVRHS girls tennis team capped off a perfect regular season with a 3-2 win over the host Sharon High School Eagles on Friday,...

Vineyarders shut out Panthers in baseball finale

Sam Bresnick pitched a complete-game, two-hit shutout as the MVRHS varsity baseball team closed out the season on a high note with a 4-0...

MV United gets its kicks at Bridgewater Memorial Day tourney

With Martha's Vineyard United travel soccer on break for the holiday weekend, MVU sent four recreational teams (third and fourth grade) and six travel...

Mackenzie Condon qualifies for Nationals in 400m hurdles

The MVRHS track and field teams traveled to Ipswich High School on Saturday for the Eastern Massachusetts Division 4 meet, with two Vineyarders having...

Vineyard boys tennis blanks Barnstable

The MVRHS boys tennis team started off a four-match homestand with a 5-0 Memorial Day win over Division 1 Barnstable, Monday afternoon at the...

Bobby Carew wins Hospice of M.V. Memorial 5K

At the start of the Hospice of Martha's Vineyard 25th annual Oak Bluffs Memorial Road Race on Sunday morning, any semblance of Saturday's beautiful,...