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MVRHS sailing competes in first-ever Atlantic Coast Championships

The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) sailing team traveled to Toms River, N.J., on Nov. 9 and 10 to compete against an elite...

Mashpee tops Vineyard gridders, 20-6

The Mashpee Falcons spoiled senior night with a 20-6 win on bone-chilling Friday evening at Dan McCarthy Field in the final home game of...

MVRHS field hockey gets pleasant postseason surprise

By Sunday, Oct. 27, Becky Nutton thought she had completed her first season as coach of the Martha's Vineyard Regional High School varsity field...

Girls soccer rallies to tie Barnstable on senior night

The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) girls soccer team closed out the home schedule Saturday under the lights at Dan McCarthy Field with...

MVRHS golfers close, but miss out on state finals

The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) golf team came up four strokes short of a return trip to the State Division 3 Finals,...

Girls soccer falls to Nauset

The Vineyarder girls had a tough day on the pitch in a 4-0 loss to Nauset on a dank and dreary Tuesday afternoon at...

Boys soccer rallies to beat Nantucket, loses at Nauset

Six days after tying the archrival Nantucket Whalers, 1-1, in Oak Bluffs, the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) boys soccer team traveled to...

Vineyarders and Whalers fit to be tied

With the foul weather of the previous three days gone, the athletic fields at Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School were bathed in sunshine on...

Plymouth South holds off Vineyard field hockey, 3-2

The Vineyarders lost a close one to Plymouth South in a nonleague field hockey game, Monday in Oak Bluffs. MV outshot the Panthers 10-6,...

Sandwich edges Vineyard golfers in battle of C&I contenders.

The Vineyarders traveled to the par-36 Sandwich Hollows Golf Club on Tuesday to play the Sandwich High School Blue Knights in a battle of...

Vineyard harriers run past D-Y; excel at Ocean State Invitational

The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) cross-country teams ran to impressive victories over Dennis-Yarmouth in a Cape and Islands League Atlantic Division meet...

Nauset edges Feehan for Vineyard Golf Club Invitational title; MV takes third

The Nauset Warriors won the fifth annual Vineyard Golf Club Invitational for the fourth consecutive year, edging out Bishop Feehan by one stroke, 241-242,...

Boys soccer falls to Brockton 

Updated Oct. 2After tying unbeaten Nauset 2-2 at home on Sept. 26, the Vineyarders met Brockton in a testy boys soccer tilt on a...

MVRHS sailors win first Arnold Brown since 2008

The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) sailors hosted 11 schools from throughout New England in the annual Arnold Brown Regatta, Saturday on Lagoon...

Vineyard golfers beat Barnstable and Sandwich, tie Stang

The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) golf team completed the first half of the Cape and Islands League Atlantic Division schedule with a...

Girls soccer holds off Sandwich, 2-1

Wadeline Florime Hall and Madia Bellebuono scored goals 1:28 apart in the first half, and a resilient Vineyard defense held off a relentless Sandwich...

Vineyard field hockey rolls past Sturgis West

The Vineyarder field hockey team rebounded from a tough loss to Falmouth on Friday with a thorough 6-0 triumph over Sturgis West, Monday afternoon...

MVRHS girls soccer ties Tide

Madia Bellebuono scored from Ella Keene’s cross seven minutes into the second half, lifting the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) girls soccer team...

Girls Soccer beats Coyle and Cassidy for first win

Freshman forward Wadeline Florime Hall scored four goals and set up another as the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School girls soccer team rolled past...

D-Y edges MVRHS Girls Soccer in home opener

The Vineyarders lost a heartbreaker and gave everything they had in the girls soccer home opener Thursday afternoon at Dan McCarthy Field in Oak...