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Eight teams took to the court Friday on a busy opening night at Niantic Park in Oak Bluffs.
More than 100 players on 30 teams from throughout the state came to Niantic Park, Tuesday to compete in the 10th annual Vineyard Streetball Classic.
The Martha's Vineyard Little League 12-year-old all-stars continued on their quest to reach the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pennsylvania.
Lizzie and Anne Williamson defeated Carlene Gatting and Alexis Condon 6-1, 4-6, 10-2 to win the Mother- Child Tournament held at Vineyard Youth Tennis last weekend.
As the summer softball season begins to heat up, the Snaps and Creamers, 'Canes and 'Cats are all off to fast starts.
More than 60 players took to the courts at Farm Neck over the weekend to help raise money for the Fish Farm for Haiti project.
Edgartown met Annapolis last weekend as Vesper and Flying Jenny 7, two trans pac 52's, squared off in a match race sailing regatta.
It's getting to be a habit for Island teams to succeed in state competition – this time in soccer's Massachusetts Tournament of Champions.
Aidan Aliberti threw a complete game two-hitter and struck out 15 to lead the Cubs to the major league title. The Marlins won the minor league title.
The major and minor leagues began the playoffs, counting down to Saturday's finals at Veira Park.
The defending champion Snaps, along with the Creamers, and Honeys, got off to good starts as the Women's Slow-Pitch League got underway, Tuesday.
The Blazers, Hurricanes, and Wildcats were the winners on opening night in men's Island Softball League play at Veterans Park.
The Martha's Vineyard Sharks returned to the "Field of Dreams" Vineyard Baseball Park on Saturday for the first home game of the 2012 season.
Athletes, coaches, and fans alike were all winners last Friday as the YMCA of Martha's Vineyard hosted its first Special Olympics swim meet.
Maggie Riseborough at the All N.
The Martha's Vineyard Regional High School boys team finished the season with a perfect 23-0 record.
State title match is Thursday, in this historic year for regional high school boys tennis team.
Vineyarder Tad Gold was 1 for 4 with a run scored and leads the Sharks in hitting with a .462 average, but MV lost their home opener, 8-4 on Saturday.
Dover-Sherborn gave the Martha's Vineyard boys tennis team a battle, but the Vineyarders won their first south sectional title with a 3-2 victory.
Hannah Rawson defeated a valiant Wendy Wen in three sets to lift Cohasset over the Vineyard, 3-2, in a marathon game in the MIAA south semifinal.