The Martha’s Vineyard U-8 (under eight years old) baseball all-star team beat Bourne, 7-6, Sunday to clinch the Bourne Tournament Championship. On Saturday, the 8’s beat Barnstable, 19-11, lost to Wareham, 10-9, and lost to Bourne, 11-1, to finish pool play at 1-2. Sunday the team avenged the loss to Wareham in the semi-final game, […]
A cable news pundit described the Island as ‘ritzy and glamorous.’ I suppose that impression would be accurate if one’s world only encompassed kiss-kiss cocktail parties and swank dinners in summer echo chambers. It sure does not describe the VFW Fluke Derby, and for that I am very grateful.
Ryen Russillo of West Tisbury is cohost of SVP [Scott Van Pelt] and Russillo, an ESPN radio show. The program was chosen as the best national radio voice for 2013 by Sports Illustrated. Ryen’s program is on the radio Monday through Friday, from 1 to 4 pm. On TV, it is aired Monday through Friday, […]
The all-star tournament is a display of young baseball talent
Aidan Harris defeated Tatiana Ziff 6-0, 6-1. Chris Ferry defeated Lillian Curme 6-4, 0-6, 10-4. Nathaniel Backus defeated Ethan Wilder 6-1, 6-2. In other news, Vineyard Youth Tennis will take a group of children to the Nantucket Yacht Club next Wednesday for a fun challenge match.
Former MVRHS athlete make a hit as pro
At the Edgartown Bridge Club at Howes House on Monday, July 7, nine tables were in play. North-South winners were Cheryl Neal and Dotti Arnold, followed by Duncan Walton and Richard Eubanks in second, Nancy Cabot and Ann Brown in third, and Gerry Averill and Diana Dozier in fourth. East-West winners were Mollie Whalen and […]
The Save the Gay Head Lighthouse Committee will host a tennis tournament at the Chilmark Community Center this weekend to benefit the restoration and relocation of the lighthouse. Play begins at noon on Saturday and Sunday with several divisions in men’s, women’s, and kids doubles. Each set of doubles players is guaranteed two matches, and […]
Competitors fought a strong tidal current in Vineyard Sound, and the racing rules clock over the three-day regatta that attracted 59 boats.
Competitors Friday fought a strong tidal current in Vineyard Sound in the opening race of the three day regatta.