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Two Martha's Vineyard boys soccer teams are headed for state tourney.
The Martha's Vineyard Sharks suffered their first defeat of the young debut season, dropping a 4-2 decision to the Nashua Silver Knights, Friday at Vineyard Baseball Park.
The MV United Under-12 and Under-18 boys travel soccer teams put their best feet forward in their playoff openers against Nantucket.
The Martha's Vineyard Sharks of the Futures Collegiate Baseball League debuted at Vineyard Baseball Park Friday afternoon, beating the Seacoast Mavericks 7-1.
The best season in Martha's Vineyard boys tennis history reached a heroic, but disappointing end, with a 3-2 loss to top ranked Cape Cod Academy Friday.
The Vineyard's two junior Babe Ruth softball squads hosted the Falmouth Clippers in a double header Sunday afternoon, at Martha's Vineyard Regional High School.
The Martha's Vineyard girls tennis team opened state tournament play with a 3-2, divison three south sectional quarter-final victory over Cohasset.
The Martha's Vineyard boys tennis team surged ahead into the MIAA division three south sectional semi-finals, with a 5-0 victory over Ashland, Monday.
Four athletes from Martha's Vineyard Regional High School competed in the fifth annual Special Olympics of Massachusetts South Sectional (SOMA) Cape Cod School Day Games, held at Mashpee High School last Friday.
The Martha's Vineyard United Under-12, U-14, and U-16 boys soccer squads each remained unbeaten over the weekend.
The Martha's Vineyard Regional High School girls' tennis team improved to 7-1 on the season with a 5-0 shutout over Chatham, Monday in Oak Bluffs.
The Martha's Vineyard varsity softball team surged over the 500-mark with a pair of emphatic non-league victories last week.
The Vineyard varsity girls lacrosse team hit a rough patch in their season this week.
The Vineyard varsity lacrosse team completed a home and home sweep of Eastern Athletic Conference rival Bishop Stang with an 11-3 victory at Dan McCarthy Field in Oak Bluffs on a chilling, blustery Tuesday afternoon.
The Martha's Vineyard Little League celebrated the start of the new season with a parade Saturday morning down Circuit Avenue in Oak Bluffs.
The Martha's Vineyard basketball team's post-season tourney action ended Tuesday evening at Sandwich High School, in a thrilling double-overtime loss, 88-85, to Cardinal Spellman of Brockton, despite a school record 44-point performance by Peter Keaney.
The Vineyard varsity boys' hockey team was busy on the ice last week.
Vineyard Youth Tennis (VYT) hosted a pro/junior exhibition match on Feb.
The Vineyard girls basketball team lost to a strong Bishop Feehan squad at home on Tuesday by a score of 61-49.
Twenty competitors from Blitz Fitness in West Tisbury were among more than 200 martial artists who participated in the Independent Practicing Promoters of New England (I.