MVRHS sports highlights Oct 26-31

Marissa D'Antonio on the move during the Vineyarders final home match last Thursday. — Ralph Stewart


Sandwich 35, Vineyard 14

Cam Lopes ran for four touchdowns to lead host Sandwich to a non-league win over the Vineyarders (1-7) on Friday night.

With the Blue Knights up 14-0 early in the second quarter, Jerry DaSilva put the Vineyarders on the board with a 96-yard kickoff return.

Zach Moreis connected with John Morris on a 54-yard touchdown pass in the third quarter to keep MV close at 21-14, but Sandwich scored two touchdowns in the final period to pull away.


Girls soccer

Barnstable 1, Vineyard 0

The Vineyard girls put up a good fight, but the host Red Raiders won out Saturday night on a goal by Aislin Hempstead three minutes into the match.

Last Thursday, before the final home match of the season vs. Sandwich, the Vineyarders honored seniors Rose Engler, Sayra Guimares, Evelyn Medeiros, Meghan Sawyer, and Marissa D’Antonio, who scored her first goal of the season in the final minute of play.


Field Hockey

Vineyard 3, West Bridgewater 0

The MVRHS girls (seeded 12th) charged out of the gate to defeat 21st-seeded West Bridgewater at home on Wednesday in the Division 2 South Sectional preliminary round. At halftime, the Vineyard was up 2-0. Allyse Guyther landed the first goal for MV in the first 11 minutes of play. Addy Hayman secured the second goal with a reverse sweep shot with 3:02 left to the half. Both goals were assisted by Skyla Harthcock. Addy Hayman clinched a secure victory for the team by scoring with 10:20 left in the game, assisted again by Skyla Harthcock, her third assist of the game. The girls play fifth-seeded Foxboro Friday at 2:30.



MVRHS freshman Petey Gillis represented the Vineyarders at the State Division 3 golf finals at Wyantenuck Golf Club in Great Barrington on Monday.

Vineyard freshman Petey Gillis shot an 84 at the Division 3 State Finals at Wyantenuck Golf Club in Great Barrington. It was one of the lowest freshman scores, and put him in the top half of the field.