The 14th Annual George V. Tankard, Jr. 5K Road Race is set to kick off on Saturday, September 13, at 11 am in Oak Bluffs. There will also be a 1 mile children’s fun run at 10 am. A registration table will be set up at the Wesley Hotel from 7 to 9 pm on […]
The team of Doug Cooper and Aksel Cooperrider won this year’s Farm Neck Over/Under Classic doubles tennis tournament, defeating Mr. Cooper’s wife, Carla, and her partner, Connor Downing, in the finals on Monday, August 4. The tournament was a one-day round-robin for teams comprised of one adult over 35 and one junior under 17. Eight […]
The Creamers defeated the 10-0 Honeys to knock them out of the softball playoffs yesterday. Creamers star Becca Goreham hit a grand slam and a triple in the game. The team played well as a whole and Teri Arias caught a line drive to end the game in the bottom of the 7th inning. The […]
Jared Regan, 13, of Oak Bluffs, was featured in the most recent issue of Sports Illustrated for Kids. In the Sportskids of the month section, which highlights three up and coming young athletes, Jared was mentioned for his stellar baseball performances. His Red Sox went to the Little League Championship game last month and in […]
The Martha’s Vineyard Rod and Gun Club will hold its 2014 Skeet Championship shoot, 12 noon to 3 pm, Sunday, August 10, at the club skeet range off 3rd Street in Edgartown. This event is open to members and nonmembers. Each shooter will shoot at 50 targets. There is a $15 entry fee. Ammunition will […]
Edgartown residents Erin and Devin Hill recently competed in the U.S. Junior/Nike 15U-12U National Championships for basketball in Washington, D.C. Devin, 12, played with her AAU team, the U-12 Cape Cod Waves, and Erin, 15, competed with her U-14 basketball team, the Cape Cod Bulls. Erin was named to the USJN/Nike pool all-star team.
It’s nine holes, and a classic Chappy experience. Featuring two par 4s and seven par 3s, the 1,325 yard beauty wends its way along the Wasque shoreline. The family maintains the rustic course as a matter of love.
The 52 mile circumnavigation of Martha’s Vineyard proved to be a stiff test of seamanship in fickle winds and adverse tides.
MIT undergrad Beck Colson made the most of one of his rare summer visits to win the first of two races held last Sunday by the Holmes Hole Sailing Association. Skippering his family’s Nonsuch 26, Colson’s 52-second win in the morning race over runner-up Stuart Halpert in Providence validated the race committee’s recent promotion of […]
Sharks beat Rox in 11 innings by a score of 5-4.