The Vineyard sailors, ranked sixth in New England, capped off a season to remember with a strong showing at the Cape and Island League Championship, held May 31 in Nantucket and June 1 in Hyannis. The team racing competition scheduled for Saturday afternoon was scrapped due to heavy winds, reducing the event to fleet racing […]
Martha’s Vineyard placed eighth of 10 schools at the Interscholastic Sailing Association (ISA) National Invitational Tournament, held May 24-25 at M.I.T. The Vineyarders, along with Manchester-Essex, and Milton Academy, accepted bids to compete in the NIT, following the New England Team Racing Championship (New England top eight) May 17-18 in Osterville. Martha’s Vineyard competed in […]
Upon arriving at the Reagan’s, the girls quickly headed upstairs, while the boys went to the guest house. While the sailors were changing, the non-sailing half of the prom couples posed for photos with stand-in dates.
It couldn’t have been a sweeter race. It put the fire back in them. We sailed so well. They made all of the plays they had to make to win the race — right up the line, clean, and in control. From that race on they were undefeated.
Saturday, the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School sailing team heads over to Osterville to compete with seven other schools for the prestigious Mark Trophy New England Team Racing Championships for the first time in the program’s history, the New England Scholastic Sailing Association (NESSA) announced Tuesday evening. The top eight team racing squads in New […]
It’s a huge, huge deal for the guys to qualify for this,’ Vineyard coach Andrew Burr said. ‘It’s absolutely unbelieveable to make it into Mark. They’re pretty damn good. It’s quite an accomplishment.
The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School sailing team scored a sweep Saturday in Greenwich, Connecticut, against five other schools. The Vineyarders, winners of 10 straight, are 3-0 in the Cape and Islands League and 10-1 overall. The Vineyarders started the day by handing the Brunswick School of Greenwich its first defeat of the season and […]
They win 10 of 11 races.