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Snaps beat Creamers to win third championship

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The Snaps completed a spectacular turnaround, rebounding from an 0-4 start to win their final nine games and 10th overall, culminating in their third Martha’s Vineyard Women’s Softball League championship, and first since 2013,...

Uncooperative weather slows races

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The past week was a disappointing one for HHSA sailors. The Thursday evening race started and ended in the rain, but eight undaunted souls showed up nonetheless. There were 15 knots of breeze at...

Tad Gold to be inducted into Endicott College’s Hall of Fame

The Endicott College Athletics and Recreation Department announced that Martha’s Vineyard’s Tad Gold, class of 2014, will be one of the athletes inducted into the Endicott Athletics Hall of Fame class of 2021. The...

Football season begins with some heavy lifting

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The 2021 Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School football team will begin preparation for the fall season on Sunday, August 15, with a Lift-a-Thon event at 6 pm in the high school weight room. Each...

UPDATE: Sharks rout Danbury in game two, tie series at 1-1.

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  There will be a decisive third game in the NECBL Southern Division finals, Tuesday night at the Shark Tank. With their backs against the wall Monday night at Rogers Park in Danbury, Conn., the...

UPDATE: Sharks close out Waves

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Updated Aug. 8 The Martha’s Vineyard Sharks advanced to the New England Collegiate Baseball League Southern Division finals after completing a two-game semifinal sweep of the Ocean State Waves with a 6-0 win, Saturday night...

Steel City runner wins Amity Island 5K

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More than 300 runners from across the country competed in the Amity Island 5K on Sunday morning, starting and finishing at the Farm Institute in Katama. Tristan Forsyth of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania led the way...

At the halfway point of the season

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The July 29 race completed the first half of the Holmes Hole sailing season. An appropriately representative evening brought out 12 boats in the regular fleet and 4 Herreshoffs. The respectable south southeast breeze...

Sharks back to back NECBL Southern Division champs

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The Martha’s Vineyard Sharks won their second consecutive New England Collegiate Baseball League regular season Southern Division title, holding off the Valley Blue Sox of Holyoke by one game, with a 24-17-1 record. The...

‘ROUND-THE-ISLAND Race (top three results)

Class 0 - ORC (seven boats) Christopher Dragon XI, Ker 40+, Andrew and Linda Weiss, Mamaronek, N.Y. Rikki, R/P 42, Bruce Chafee, Boston Wahoo, Ker 50, Katie Boyle, Annapolis, MD.  Class 1...

Edgartown Race Weekend

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Sailing doublehanded on the Jeanneau Sunfast 3300 Alchemist, Rhode Islanders Ken Read (Portsmouth) and Suzy Leech (Jamestown), collected a boatload of trophies for their 'Round-the-Island ('RTI) Race performance at the annual Edgartown Race Weekend,...

Snaps power past Mama’s Girls, 18-7

The second-seeded Snaps (8-5) moved into the winners bracket of the double-elimination Martha’s Vineyard Women’s Softball League playoffs with a convincing 18-7 win over the third-seeded Mama’s Girls (5-8), Tuesday night at MVRHS. The Mamas...

Vineyard Football Camp kicks off

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The 25th edition of the Vineyard Football Instructional Clinic got underway on Monday afternoon at the MVRHS practice field. Varsity Head Coach Donald Herman, along with assistant coaches Jason O’ Donnell, Albie Robinson and Zeke...

Sharks stay in first heading into homestretch

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Updated July 29 With one week remaining in the regular season, the Martha’s Vineyard Sharks led the Valley Blue Sox of Holyoke by 1.5 games in the New England Collegiate Baseball League Southern Division...

Every shape and size welcome

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Holmes Hole Sailing Association welcomes vessels of all shapes and sizes over 15 feet in length. The largest boat in the fleet is Aileen, a 65’ Sparkman and Stevens sloop owned by Brian Roberts....

Rug Sox stun Creamers in playoff opener

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The Martha’s Vineyard Women’s Softball League playoffs started with a shocker on Thursday night at the high school varsity field. The Rug Sox, who struggled through a 2-10 regular season, put everything together – pitching,...

On the water

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The next best thing to being in the water during last week’s oppressive heat was being on the water. After a day when almost anything took too much effort, 14 lucky sailors were able...

Women’s softball playoffs begin Thursday

Regular-season play in the Martha’s Vineyard Women’s Softball League came to a close with a pair of makeup games Tuesday night at Veterans Park. In the opener, the Snaps defeated the Rug Sox to earn...

Floaters sink Highlanders, Whitecaps douse Blazers in men’s softball

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The last-place Floaters won their second straight game and upset the league-leading Highlanders, 20-14, in Men’s Island Softball League action last Thursday at Veterans Park. Joel Rebello blasted two homers, and Wyatt Hamilton added another...

Sharks swimming strong in NECBL South

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Heading into Wednesday night’s game at Newport, the Martha’s Vineyard Sharks held a one-game lead atop the New England Collegiate Baseball League (NECBL) Southern Division standings at 18-12. The Sharks started off the past week...
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