The Vineyard Football Club of the Over The Hill Soccer League played the Foxboro Warthogs to a tightly contested 2-2 tie on Easter Sunday, at Foxboro.
Better than the pinkletinks, a sure sign of summer showed up, Monday, April 25, when the Little League Tigers took on the Cardinals at Veira Park, Oak Bluffs, and were edged by the redbirds in a thriller, 7-6.
Bishop Stang's boys and girls track and field teams came to the Vineyard Tuesday and sailed off with hard-won team wins.
The MVRHS girls lacrosse team defeated the visiting Bishop Feehan Shamrocks, Tuesday, 19-10.
The MVRHS girls tennis team won all three of its singles matches in straight sets, Tuesday, on their home courts, earning a 4-1 victory over visiting Cape Cod Academy.
The MVRHS softball team threatened to wear out the basepaths Tuesday.
More than 60 competitors turned out for the 33rd Martha's Vineyard Dart Tournament held at the Portuguese American Club (P-A) the weekend of April 15-17.
The Martha's Vineyard Regional High School varsity baseball team's woes continue.
The Martha's Vineyard high school boys' varsity tennis team juggernaut keeps mowing 'em down.
The Martha's Vineyard varsity boys' lacrosse team bounced back from a big loss against Sandwich Saturday, to soundly beat the Canalmen of Bourne Monday on the Dan McCarthy Memorial Field.
The wind was an unlisted player in the Martha's Vineyard under-15 (U-15) girls' travel team's game with Freetown here, Sunday.
Sunday, at the Martha's Vineyard Rod and Gun Club trap range in Edgartown, Knolls Ward of Vineyard Haven defended his title to win the club trap championship by breaking the most targets out of a total of 50.
The Division of Fisheries and Wildlife stocked Martha's Vineyard ponds Thursday, April 14 with trout.
The Martha's Vineyard Regional High School lacrosse team beat the Coyle Cassidy High School Warriors Thursday afternoon on a rain sodden Vineyard field by a score of 8-2.
On Saturday, Martha's Vineyard Little League Field Day, some 70 young baseball players of the Little League Majors and Minors and their parents and coaches, with lots of help from all around the Island, refurbished the Island's Little League fields: Manter's Field, West Tisbury, Veira Park, Oak Bluffs, and Nunes Field, Edgartown.