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Sharks move up in class in 2019

The Martha’s Vineyard Sharks collegiate baseball team will swim upstream in 2019, exiting the Futures Collegiate Baseball League (FCBL) after eight seasons to join...

MVRHS girls hockey blanks Fontbonne/Latin Academy, 3-0

The Vineyarders girls varsity hockey team, rebounding from a winless 2018 campaign, shut out Fontbonne Academy/Latin Academy, 3-0, on Saturday at Northeastern University’s Matthews...

Boys Hockey tips Silver Lake in weekend thriller

The Vineyarder boys hockey team contributed to an OMG! Island high school sports weekend with a last minute come-from-behind 7-6 win over Silver Lake...

Vineyarders come up a relay short

A gutsy Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School indoor track squad took the mighty, mighty Bishop Feehan Shamrocks literally to the final event of a...

2018 Books in Review

Island-based and Island-connected authors provide an annual lode of books for readers on and off the Island.Considering the constraints — book authors must reside...

MVRHS swimmers feature lots of rookies and a new league

The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School varsity swim teams, though short on experience, have solid numbers. Saturday, the Vineyarders dove into the deep end...

Keeping track

A record 56 Island high school students have committed to the winter indoor track program at Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS). The number...

MVRHS cross-country girls finish fifth

The Vineyarders magical running tour concluded this weekend as the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School girls cross-country team finished fifth in the state, and...

Vineyard girls run to glory

 The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School girls cross-country team made history on Saturday morning, running to the school’s first-ever Division 5 Eastern Massachusetts cross-country...

Max Lane on football and life

Growing up 60 miles northeast of Kansas City in Norborne, Mo. (population 900), which self-styled itself as the Soybean Capital of the World, Max...

MVRHS building committee takes first steps

Members of the new Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School building committee this week took first steps in shaping their organization's goal of renovating or...

A blueprint for healthy school changes

A small but enthusiastic crowd last Thursday embraced both the findings and sweeping recommendations of a plan designed to create a coordinated K-12 approach...

MVRHS gridders fall to St. John Paul II, 26-14

Update Sept. 20Tristan Scheller scored on TD passes of 65 and 57 yards from Vineyarder quarterback Ivan Shepard, but the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High...

New track plan gets rolling

The facilities subcommittee of the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) school committee met with its owner’s project manager (OPM) this week, the first...

Building partnerships is a key goal

The near-future goals for Martha’s Vineyard Regional High (MVRHS) envision expanding the role of the high school as a community resource, and extending its...

MVRHS boys soccer bounces Cape Tech in home opener

The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) boys varsity soccer team performed 90 minutes of surgery on the Cape Cod Tech Crusaders Tuesday night,...

MVRHS has stability at the top

Change is happening quickly these days at Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS).The high school also had a lot of change in the...

MVRHS gridders blast off, beat Atlantis 55-0 in opener

The rebuilding Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School gridders put on a season-opening show Friday night, dismantling the Atlantis Charter High School Tritons (Fall River)...

MVRHS Football reloads under veteran Coach Herman

Donald Herman is an old-timey football coach not given to flowery talk. He throws predictions around like manhole covers. Herman ended a two-year retirement...

MVRHS Field Hockey primed for Coach Knight’s final campaign

The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) field hockey team begins its season as it always does, with high expectations.After all, the team has...