Allison Flanders earned state honors with an 11th place finish of 19:47 in the All-State meet Saturday at Franklin Park in Boston.
Hilary Dreyer completed the 3.1-mile course in 20:30, good for 35th overall.
On the boys side, Edison Parzanese fought through intense cramping to finish in 18:27.
RCBL week 2
Ryan Murtha (23 points) and Damon Mello (22) paced the Heat to a 107-82 win over the Lakers.
Clint Merrill (20), TJ Roginski (16), and Nathaniel Scott (10) were the other hot hands as the Heat put the game away with a 14-0 run in the final period.
Heath Estrella led the Lakers with 26 points, followed by Jeff Labelle (15), Brian Scott (14), and John Healy (13).
In game two, the Sharky's Timberwolves devoured the Legends 111-77, behind 22 points from leading Lobo Chris Joyce. Also in double figures for the "authentic Mexican basketball team" were Adam Rebello (14 points), Jason O' Donnell (14), JB Blau (13), Travis Baptiste (12), Mike Joyce (11), and Noah Hazelton (11). Brian Welch had 9 points and one heck of a finger roll.
Dale Rogers had 19 points for the Legends, trailed by Dave Gazaille (13), Wayne Elliott (11), Julius Middleton (11), and Jameson Loveday (10).
Rod and Gun club deer shoot is Sunday
Island deer hunters will have the opportunity to test their marksmanship and sight in their guns at the annual Martha's Vineyard Rod and Gun Club deer shoot from 10 am to 4 pm on Sunday, the day before the start of the one-week deer shotgun season.
Events include the stranding deer target 50-yard competition, egg shoot, and trap shoot. The public and spectators are welcome at the club, which is located off Third Street in Edgartown.
Running 'n' walking
The annual Turkey Trot 5K road race starts at 8:30 am Thanksgiving morning in front of the old Oak Bluffs town hall, across from the SSA terminal. The fee is $10.
And don't forget the 5K for KJ to support the Kevin Johnson Cross-Country Scholarship Fund is Saturday at 11 am at the MVRHS track. Registration is 9:30 to 10:30 am. The cost is $10 for individuals and $25 for families. For more info, call 627-5218.