Vineyard harriers dominate Bishop Stang

Mike Schroeder, Cooper Chapman, and eventual winner, Kyle Joba Woodruff, lead the first pack of runners toward the state forest in the boys varsity race.
Photo by Ralph Stewart

Mike Schroeder, Cooper Chapman, and eventual winner, Kyle Joba Woodruff, lead the first pack of runners toward the state forest in the boys varsity race.

The Martha’s Vineyard high school girls cross country team ran away from visiting Bishop Stang on the Vineyard’s 5K course through the State Forest, last Wednesday.

The Islanders came close to a sweep, finishing 1,2,3,5, and 6. Hannah Moore’s winning time was 20:58. Lilly Neville was second at 21:25. Then came (3) Shivonne Schofield 21:59; (5) Julia Neville 22:45; (6) Lucy Norris 23:40.; (7) Willoe Maynard 24:01; (8) Shelby Ferry 25:08; (9) Maya Harcourt 25:15 and Sophie Ulyatt 25:46. Final score: MV 17, Bishop Stang 46,

It was the Vineyard girls’ second win of the season, against no losses.

The MV boys were equally dominant, winning with Kyle Joba-Woodruff, first at 17:24. Cooper Chapman finished second in 17:41. Then came (3) Jeremy Alley-Tarter at 17:44, (4) Michael Schroeder at 17:51, (7) Job deForest at 18:48; (8) Sam Oslyn at 18:55; (9) Thorpe Karabees at 19:08 and (10) Warren Gowell at 19:40..

The Vineyard harrier boys are 2-0 on the season.