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Ten Martha's Vineyard Regional High School athletes were named all-stars on Monday in the wake of the most successful winter sports season in school history: all four varsity teams made the state tournament.
The Vineyard boys hockey team stopped a two-game losing streak with a pair of lopsided wins over Eastern Athletic Conference foes.
The MVRHS boys basketball team cliched a share of the league title Tuesday night with a 61-47 win over Bishop Stang.
Martha's Vineyard native Cristina Wiley skated for Boston University in the Women's Beanpot championship game, Tuesday night at Walter Brown Arena.
Initial registration for the YMCA's new Special Olympics aquatic program will take place Saturday, Feb.
The MVRHS swim club was back in action February 1 in Taunton against future league opponent Coyle and Cassidy.
The boys varsity hockey team suffered back-to-back losses for the first time this season, following a 7-3 defeat Saturday night to Bishop Stang at Hetland Arena in New Bedford.
The Vineyard boys varsity basketball team put two more in the win column last week with victories over O' Bryant and Somerset Berkley.
The varsity girls hockey team picked up a pair of victories last week and moved two steps closer to qualifying for its first state tournament.
The loss leaves the Vineyard skaters with a 10-3 overall record. This was their first lost on home ice.
The Vineyard Tennis Center hosted the Winter Classic Tennis Tournament January 20-22.
The Vineyard girls varsity basketball team traveled to North Dartmouth Friday and dropped a 54-43 decision to league foe Bishop Stang.
The girls varsity hockey team laced up the skates with two of the best teams in Eastern Massachusetts last week.
The Vineyard boys varsity basketball team climbed out of a 17-2 hole and beat Bishop Feehan 64-57 this evening in Attleboro.
Island hoops fans may take a fan bus to the big game in Attleboro Tuesday, as the 9-1 Vineyarders look to even the score with the 10-1 Shamrocks.
VYT's Head Professional Mike Halisky lost for the first time in seven tournament appearances--in the final at the Brown-Billone club in Western Mass this past weekend.
Jane Elizabeth Taylor, a full-time skating coach with the Martha's Vineyard Figure Skating Club, was honored at the University of Delaware on Saturday, January 14, in recognition of the 10-year anniversary of her 2002 Collegiate National Figure Skating Championship.
Coyle and Cassidy rallied from a four-point deficit with two minutes remaining to down the Vineyard 52-40 in an Eastern Athletic Conference game.
The Vineyard boys varsity basketball team won its third game in five days with an emphatic 99-67 win over visiting Coyle and Cassidy on Monday.