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This is the play at first base that caused the controversy leading to the coach's ejection. Photos by Ralph Stewart
Bulldogs bite Vineyard
Coach Gary Simmons was ejected for protesting a close call at first base too strenuously, here, Monday, and the M.V. baseball team suddenly came alive scoring three runs in the bottom of the sixth. It wasn't enough to catch the Old Rochester Bulldogs who scored four runs in the second and sixth innings to post a 9-4 win, their eighth win against two losses. The Vineyard remains winless at 0-9.
Duncan Meyst takes a blow to the head on his way to the Whalers' net.
Revenge is sweet
With first-quarter goals by Riley Dobel and Josh Paulson, and second quarter points posted by Paulson and Duncan Meyst, the MVRHS lacrosse team led Nantucket at the half here Tuesday, 4-1.
Lainey Aristide beats Falmouth to the ball.
Betsy's battlers beat Nantucket
A week ago Thursday, the Vineyard girls lacrosse team flew to Nantucket to take on their island rivals and played well enough to return with a 9-4 win. Alaina Aristide began the scoring, followed by two goals by Laura Jernegan. Nantucket broke the ice at 10:44 answered by Cristina Wiley. The Whalers scored twice in quick succession, but Aristide answered with two before the horn sounded at the half with M.V. up, 6-3.