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Island athletes receive MIAA sportsmanship award

Two 2020 Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) graduates, Lauren Boyd and Kenneth Hatt, received the Boston Bruins Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) ice hockey Sportsmanship Award at a virtual ceremony hosted by Bruins...

Sandwich tops Vineyard Icemen in season opener

  Updated Jan. 19 The Martha’s Vineyard Ice Arena hosted an honest to goodness, Cape and Islands League boys hockey game between Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School and Sandwich on Jan. 14 as the puck finally...

MVRHS swimmers clip Cougars in season opener

The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) swim team dove back into action on Thursday afternoon at the YMCA, with a season-opening win over Bishop Connolly of Fall River. The small but mighty Vineyard contingent...

Kai Rose commits to URI football

Kai Rose, son of India Rose and Sterling Bishop of Vineyard Haven, has committed to play Division I football as an offensive lineman at the University of Rhode Island in South Kingstown, R.I.  Kai transferred...

Zach Smith receives offer to play football at Grinnell College

Updated Dec. 11 Zach Smith of Oak Bluffs, a senior at Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School, has received an offer to play football at Division III Grinnell College in Grinnell, Iowa.  Zach was the starting quarterback...

Joan Malkin gets hole in one

Joan Malkin got her first hole in one at Mink Meadows on Tuesday. Malkin aced the 16th hole with a pitching wedge, according to an email. The feat was witnessed by Lloyd Feller and...

MVRHS honors fall sports seniors

The Vineyarder sports teams finally had something to cheer about Saturday afternoon on the athletic fields at Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School, as the field hockey, cross-country, and soccer teams all competed in front...

MVRHS golfers scramble with faculty at Farm Neck

The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School golf team hit the links at Farm Neck with members of the high school faculty on a crisp, beautiful Tuesday afternoon.  The golfers played a mixed team, nine-hole scramble...

Vineyard man completes ultramarathon

Updated Oct. 16 Whit Hanschka ran and finished the 100-mile Midstate Massive Ultra Trail on Oct 10-11. Though official results are not yet available, Hanschka’s self-recorded time showed 30 hours and 27 minutes. “I’m sore...

Vineyard football pioneer dead at 93

John (“Jack”) Kelley, the inaugural head coach of Martha’s Vineyard high school football and a famed hockey coach with Boston University and the New England/Hartford Whalers, died on Tuesday at the age of 93. In...

Penelope wins the Moffett

On Saturday, Sept. 12, Mo Flam took first place out of 29 contenders in the 43rd annual Moffett Race. The win, aboard his Alerion 28, Penelope, capped off a great season for the commodore...

Holmes Hole’s final week

It was another week of contrasts to finish up the official season for the Holmes Hole Sailing Association. Thursday’s race was eventually canceled due to lack of wind, but not before many hardy souls...

Fall sports still a question for Island schools

Schools on-Island are still considering how to have sports this year while being safe and following health guidelines. The Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) and the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) have...

Holmes Hole Sailing weekly update: A variety pack

On Thursday evening, August 13th, there wasn’t a breath of air, and with rain predicted even the most unremittingly enthusiastic sailors had to admit it wasn’t worth raising a sail, and so the race...

Sailors face the doldrums

The word “doldrums” seems to have first appeared around 1802 to describe melancholy, sadness, ennui, or the blues. By 1824 it was transferred to marine terminology to describe being becalmed or making no headway....

Kerry sails to victory 

On Saturday, former Secretary of State John Kerry won the highly competitive Venona Trophy at Edgartown Race Weekend’s 82nd ’Round-the-Island Race, after a noteworthy comeback. Kerry, a seasonal Chilmark resident, sailed with his team of...

Competition heats up along with weather

A contentious, confusing, and competitive start on Thursday evening miraculously avoided any collisions. A strong west-southwest wind gusting up to 20 mph called for quick thinking and strategic maneuvering for the first windward leg....

Trinity wins Chappy race

David McDonough sailed his C&C 37, Trinity, to victory on Sunday in the Holmes Hole Sailing Association race to Chappaquiddick. Under cloudless skies, on a calm sea, with a good 10- to 15-knot southwest...

Herreshoff debut at Holmes Hole

Thursday evening saw the first appearance of the Herreshoff 12½ fleet for an inaugural race around Vineyard Haven Harbor. The three 12½s started 15 minutes ahead of the 14 Holmes Hole sailors, and sailed...

Winning week for Holmes Hole

Another perfect Thursday evening race and a spanking Sunday breeze gave Holmes Hole sailors two more memorable outings. Fourteen sailors turned out on Thursday, along with a serviceable wind that brought everyone around the...
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