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Riley Dobel drew more than his share of attention from the Barnstable defenders in the closing minutes of the Tuesday game. Photos by Ralph Stewart
Stuart Hersh defeated Win Grim to win the first segment of the A Division Balle de march Grand Prix at Vineyard Youth Tennis, April 29, and Julia Cooper won the B Division Grand Prix.... The MVRHS sailing team lost to visiting Dartmouth, Wednesday, May 2. On Friday the sailors lost to Duxbury, 3-0. Bishop Stang hove into the Lagoon, Saturday, and left with a 3-1 win. Lincoln Sudbury was shut out, 3-0.... At the Worcester Karate Classic, May 5, The Vineyard's "Strictly All Contact" team came away with an armful of awards. Ian Drew, 8, was 1st in sparring. Jean Cleary, 45, was 1st at sparring and at forms. Hunter Cleary, 6, was 1st at sparring. Stanley Dutton, 14, was 1st with weapons and 2nd in team fighting. Michaella Gains, 10, was 1st at sparring. Madison Hughes, 13, was 1st at weapons and sparring, 2nd at forms and team fighting. Julia Peters, 7, was 1st at forms. Timothy Peters, 7, was 1st in sparring. Others earning points at 2nd or 3rd were Mia Arenburg, Julia Bettencourt, Liam and Tucker Cosgrove, David Dutton, Daniel Gaines, Ben Nadelstein, Grace Oslyn, Gage Ranich, Colby Scarsella, and Justin Oslyn.... Wednesday, Jackie Panek pitched a no-hitter at Greater New Bedford leading the M.V. varsity softball team to a 4-2 win, improving the Islanders record to 2-10.... Also Wednesday, the MVRHS baseball team picked up its first win, defeating Greater New Bedford here, 5-3. Zach Coutinho homered. Sean Jordan started, went 5 2/3 innings for the win. Nick Billingham relieved and collected a save.... Ali Flake won her tennis match at first singles at Chatham, 6-1, 6-0, Wednesday, but the rest of the team lost and the winless Island team lost its 8th match.... The M.V. boys lacrosse team lost to Bourne at Bourne, Thursday, 4-1. Taylor Pierce had the only Island goal.... The M.V. girls lacrosse team defeated New Bedford's lacrosse team, there, 12-8. Alaina Aristide led the troops to the net with six goals.... The M.V. boys track & field team (5-1) defeated Bristol Plymouth at Taunton, 90-46. Ry Yennie broke a school record for the discus with a heave of 139' 3". The M.V. girls ran away from their BP hosts, 110-25. Alexia Schroeder won three events and ran a leg on the winning 4x100 relay team. Emma Lee Iverson won both the high and low hurdles.... Also Thursday, Alaina Aristide's three goals led the M.V. girls lacrosse team to an 8-4 win at Nantucket. Laura Jernegan and Jane Alexander both scored twice. Goalie Zoe Fisher made ten saves..... Saturday, the M.V. boys lacrosse team (8-8) mashed Mashpee there, 11- 6 behind Riley Dobel's game-high four goals. Taylor Pierce scored twice. Peter Ferrini assisted thrice and scored.... Also Saturday, the M.V. girls (5-8-2) shut out Sturgis here with an even dozen goals. Alaina Aristide (2), Kate Cecilio (2), Ana Cristina (2), Jane Alexander, Laura Jernegan, Christina Wiley, Sarah Sylvia, and Lauren Petkus all scored.... Little League: The Cubs (4-1) took two close ones from the Tigers (2-4) Saturday, 4-3, Monday, 12-11.... Saturday the A's (4-1) beat the Dodgers, 4-1. The Red Sox topped the Mets, Saturday despite Mike Montanile's Manny Ortiz day at the plate with two doubles and two home runs.... In the Minors, Twins twins Austin and Andrew Fournier helped their minor league team defeat the Blue Jays, 6-5. Both tripled, Andrew also homered. Aksel Cooperrider had a 2-run homer for the Jays.... The Marlins (5-0) took two from the Devil Rays, 13-3 and 12-1. Pitchers Mike Cucatt and Curtis Farrell earned the wins. Homers were stoked by Jonas Lukowitz and Luke Sudarsky.... Susannah Sturgis rode Hartland All For The Best to first place in Dressage Equitation, Sunday, in the M.V. Horse Council's first show of the year. Alicia Olivera on Liatris had the high scores in Class 1, level test 1 and 2. For all show results see www.mvtimes.com.... The Babe Ruth league Twins lost to the Cardinals, Saturday, 13-4 and to the Blue Jays, Sunday, 19-9. The league standings are Blue Jays 3-1, Cardinals 2-2, Twins 1-3.... Monday, the Diamondbacks softball team rode Jill McHugh's two-run homer in the 4-run final inning to squeeze by the Yankees, 18-17. Haley Maciel had six rbi, including a bases-loaded triple.... The MVRHS girls lacrosse team defeated visiting Barnstable, Tuesday, 12-6, powered by Laura Jernegan's six goals. Christina Wiley had a hat trick and Alaina Aristide scored twice. Zoe Fisher made 14 saves. The girls, who had previously tied the Raiders, improved their record to 6-8-2. The boys lacrosse game with Barnstable here was a nail-biter. Tied, 1-1 after the first quarter, the Raiders held a 4-2 lead at the half. Peter Ferrini had scored both of the MV goals. After three quarters and scores by Taylor Pierce and Ben Rossi, Barnstable was up, 6-4. Early in the final period they took a three-goal lead, 7-4. The Vineyard outplayed their visitors and came close to a tie. Riley Dobel scored off a pass from David Amabile and Taylor Pierce scored again. The last four minutes were played in front of the Barnstable goalie but M.V. could not find the net.... The JV softball team posted three convincing wins: 15-1 over New Bedford, 8-1 over Bourne, and 15-3 over Wareham to improve to 9-5-1. Pitcher Caroline Davey was credited with all three wins.... The Under-18 travel soccer team defeated Mariners 2, 6-1 with goals by Nico Cuba, Billy Reagan, Antulio Neto (2), Ben Post and Adiles Concalves. Sunday the U-18s took on Mariners, winning again, 6-2. Neto scored four times. Reagan and Concalves also scored. The Island team (4-0-1) is in 2nd place and play at Dartmouth this weekend.
The first pitch of the first game at the new field was a strike.
A new field for the old game
The sun shone bright enough but a blustery wind made sweaters de rigueur, a windbreaker even better, for those attending the first baseball game to be played on the high school's brand-new diamond, Monday. The fickle breeze picked up dust and carried it into the faces of batters and fans - a minor inconvenience, at least for the fans. Dugouts were only indicated by foundations and bleachers were not yet available. More funds are needed to finish the job, but the field is already a major improvement to the school's sports venue and those responsible for building it are to be congratulated and thanked.
Timo Nivala, a home-schooled senior, has been filling the 3rd singles seat with distinction.
Tennis players shine at MIAA tourney
Varsity boys tennis players played in the annual MIAA tournament at Barnstable last weekend.
Kate Mahoney ran the first leg of the winning 4x400 relay ateam.
Twin crowned heads
Both the MVRHS boys and girls track and field teams earned championship status at the Mayflower League Meet, at South Easton, Tuesday. The boys scored 131 points followed by (2) West Bridgewater, 102; (3) Sacred Heart, 91; (4) Diman Voc., 61; (5) Bristol Plymouth, 52 (6) Southeastern Voc. (7) Blue Hills Voc., 6; and Tri-County Voc., 6. The top six in each event earned points: 10, 8, 6, 4, 2, or 1.
Results Martha’s Vineyard Horse Council Dressage Show #1, May 13th, 2007
Class: Introductory A
Class: Introductory B
Class: Training Level Test 1
Class: Training Level Test 2
Class: Training Level Test 3
Class: Training Level Test 4
Class: Dressage Equitation
Class: Prix Caprilli
Class: 1st Level Test 1
Class: 1st Level Test 2
Class: 1st Level Test 3
Class: 1st Level Test 4
Class: 2nd Level Test 1
Class: 3rd Level Test 2
High Point Junior Rider:
High Point Adult Rider:
Junior Team Competition: