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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.
The Vineyard boys turned the tables on old nemesis Cape Cod Academy and eliminated the Seahawks in the MIAA south sectional semi-finals.
The Martha's Vineyard Sharks of the wooden bat Futures Collegiate Baseball League open their second season today at 6 pm in Rochester, N.
The Vineyard girls defeated Fairhaven in five matches Tuesday. They will play Cohasset or Ursuline Thursday.
The top seeded Vineyard boys stayed unbeaten at 19-0 and advanced to the sectional semi-finals in the MIAA Division 3 state tournament.
All five matches ended in straight sets. The Vineyarders (17-2) advance to play the winner of the Westport-Fairhaven match, Tuesday.
Hospice of M.
Tennis teams look to grab number one seeds in state tourney. Baseball, softball teams start playoffs. Lacrosse teams eliminated in tourney openers.
Sam Entner scored five minutes into the second half to give the Vineyard Under 15-16 boys soccer team a 1-0 win in the Cape Cod Challenge Cup Final.
Five hundred eighty-nine competitors took part in the 19th annual Memorial Day road race in Oak Bluffs. The event benefited Hospice of Martha's Vineyard.
MVRHS students Elke Klein, Celeste Ewing, Austin Simonin, Paige Taylor, and Igor Avansini competed last Friday at a Special Olympics event in Mashpee.
Last weekend in the South Coast Soccer League, the MV United Under-16 girls chalked up their first win of the season with a 2-0 win over Bourne at Veterans Park.
In South Coast Soccer League play on Saturday, the MV United Under-12 boys team chalked up a 1-0 win at Falmouth.
The Vineyarders sailed well during the wild card playoffs but failed to secure a spot in the Mark Trophy New England Championships.
The Vineyarders improved to 12-2 with a win over Chatham on Tuesday at MVRHS. M.V. lost a tough rematch with Barnstable Monday.
A's pitchers combine to throw perfect game against Cards in little league action last weekend.
Mink Meadows Golf Club in Vineyard Haven hosted the 22nd annual Holy Ghost Scholarship Golf Tournament on Sunday. The event raised more than $25,000.
The MV United boys Under-18 and Under-13 soccer teams put their unbeaten records on the line last weekend against top rivals.
Coop de Ville on the Oak Bluffs harbor was a hub of sports activity this past Saturday, May 5.
Coach Ned Fennessy's squad kept on rolling last week, with victories over Sandwich and Eastern Athletic Conference rivals Bishop Feehan and Bishop Stang.