Mass Wildlife will sponsor a basic hunter education class in April. The three-day class is a requirement for first-time hunters in Massachusetts to purchase a hunting license. The class instructor is Jeff Day, a Tisbury police officer and state master-instructor. Students must attend all three sessions to successfully complete the course and receive a letter of […]
Senior co-captain Tyson Araujo scored the game winner on an unassisted breakaway.
The varsity boys had the game in hand from the opening tip, and never looked back.
MVRHS Girls Hoops Coach Julie Schmidt joined a select group of southeastern Massachusetts athletes over the past seven decades as an inaugural selection to the Attleboro Area Basketball Hall of Fame.
MVRHS Piles Up Early Goals in 11-3 win
The girls ended the season on a down note, but will focus on upcoming state tournament.
It was a disappointing third period for the Vineyarders in the last game of regular season.
The Chilmarker took the top prize in his fourth attempt.
At the Edgartown Bridge Club on February 10, six pairs competed. Finishing first were Gail Farrish and Warren Morse, followed by Anita Persson and Ency Fokos in second. Results were also posted from the January 27 game at the Edgartown Bridge Club. Finishing first were David Donald and Sue Collinson, followed by Bea Phear and […]
Mark McCarthy, Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School athletic director, will receive the Theodore “Ted” Damko Award at the Massachusetts Secondary School Athletics Directors Association (MSSADA) banquet on March 19 in Hyannis. “This award is presented annually to an athletic administrator with 3-5 years experience in each district who has exemplified the highest standards of their […]