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Rug Sox, Creamers stay alive in women’s softball playoffs

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The second week of Women's Softball League playoffs got off to a rousing start, Tuesday, at Tisbury's War Veterans Memorial Park as the Rug Sox, winless throughout the season, outscored the Late Fees, 12-7.

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The annual 5K (3.

Islanders to ride in World Championships

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McConneloug and Broderick to ride for the US in world mountain bike championships.

Island women play in tennis districts

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Women's 4.5 team competes

Kimballs repeat as tennis national champions

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Husband and wife team win national tourney again.

Martha’s Vineyard Sharks’ Zinsmeister named league MVP

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The Futures Collegiate Baseball League named Martha's Vineyard Sharks shortstop Robbie Zinsmeister as the league's most valuable player in a ceremony mid-way through the Sharks' season finale against the Torrington Titans, Wednesday afternoon at Vineyard Baseball Park in Oak Bluffs.

Concussion repercussions: Vineyard is ahead of new state rules

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New state regulations about recognition and treatment of concussions to high school students are protocols in use at MVRHS for the past 4 years.

Ocean swimming on Martha’s Vineyard

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Swimming next to a dozen striped bass... or even a stray tropical fish. Ocean swimming on the Vineyard is a unique experience.

Angola capoeira now offered on Martha’s Vineyard

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For many years there has been a thriving group of capoeira practitioners, or capoeiristis, on the Vineyard

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As the days dwindled down to a precious few in what remained of the Futures Collegiate Baseball League season, the Martha's Vineyard Sharks made a move on the Torrington Titans, challenging them for second place and a spot in the playoffs with the Nashua Silver Knights in the race for the title.

Cancer Support Tennis Tourney a smashing success

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Farm Neck and Vineyard Youth Tennis hosted the Martha's Vineyard Open, held July 29-31, to benefit the MV Cancer Support Group.

Women’s softball playoffs begin

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Scoring four times in the bottom of the fourth inning, the Creamers beat the Rug Sox in the first game of a twin bill, Tuesday, at the War Veterans Memorial Park.

Nutmeg State runner wins the tenth Scoops

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Four hundred eleven runners completed the Vineyard Scoops 5K Tour of Edgartown on a hot and humid Sunday morning last weekend.

When the fishing is impossible, fish the possible

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The "possible dream" was a fishing trip. But when the fish could not be found it was time to be resourceful.

Martha’s Vineyard and white sharks linked in fiction not fact

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Discarded fishing line is a hazard for reincarnated fishermen known as fish hawks. Ignore that fact and you could come back as a cuttlefish.

Boston College holds hockey clinic at MV Arena

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Three members of the Boston College Eagles Ice Hockey team came to the Vineyard to conduct a clinic for the MV Mites and Squirts last weekend.

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Four of the 765 stalwarts who completed the Third Nantucket Sprint Triathlon, Saturday, were Vineyarders.

Oak Bluffs summer basketball heats up

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Four games were scheduled, but only two were completed in a rain-shortened Oak Bluffs Summer League basketball slate, Tuesday night at Niantic Park.

Women’s softball make up rain outs

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Tuesday was make up night for the Women's Softball League at Tisbury's War Veterans Memorial Park.