Homecoming Tomorrow, Island Cup Tickets on Sale

Football plays its homecoming game (and final home game of the season) tomorrow against Medford at 6:30 p.m. Senior recognition begins at 5:30 p.m.

Football Notches Conference Win

Vineyard teams closed out the month of September with several tough competitions in the Eastern Athletic Conference; league rival Bishop Feehan proved a particularly formidable opponent. Football, both soccer teams and field hockey play on home turf this week; be sure to come out and support the Vineyarders!

Great Coaching Doesn’t End at Buzzer

Lisa Knight played only one year of field hockey in high school. For those familiar with the field hockey program at Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School, the statement might seem so ludicrous as to require a punch line afterwards — surely, you can’t be serious.

Triumph Fit for a King

The Vineyarders took home their third win in four weeks last Friday night against visiting Medford, rolling over their opponents 21-0 in last week’s homecoming game and the final home match of the season.

Hell Week Burns Off the Summer Sloth

The girls of the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School soccer team were on their practice field, arranged in a circle and doing leg lifts while holding a soccer ball between their feet. Beyond the trees at the far end of the field, the sun crept into the sky, casting a warm orange light on the team. With what seemed like a collective exhale, the team finished the warm-up exercise and prepared for the next one.

After Capturing EAC Title, Streak Of Wins Ends for Boys’ Soccer

The problem with streaks is that they must all come to an end. Even Joe DiMaggio had to strike out at some point.

Football Takes Center Stage Tonight

The Vineyard fields will be lit up tonight as the football team takes on Coyle-Cassidy and again tomorrow when boys’ soccer looks for revenge against the Nauset squad that handed them their first loss. Girls’ soccer will also be home this weekend, playing Scituate at noon on Saturday.

By IVY ASHE

The Vineyard fields will be lit up tonight as the football team takes on Coyle-Cassidy and again tomorrow when boys’ soccer looks for revenge against the Nauset squad that handed them their first loss. Girls’ soccer will also be home this weekend, playing Scituate at noon on Saturday.

Football

The Vineyarders dropped their second game of the season Saturday, falling 44-22 to an experienced St. Mary’s squad.

Lacrosse Star Signs to D-1 University

Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School senior Madison Hughes thought she knew what to expect as she walked to the hallway in front of the athletic director’s office on Monday morning. Her parents, Alleyne and Phil. Her grandparents, Jan and Larry. High school principal Steve Nixon and athletic director Mark McCarthy. Three copies of a letter of intent to play Division 1 lacrosse for Central Connecticut State University, each one waiting for her signature.

Off-Island, On Camera, Headed for Herald Square

Next Thursday is, as everyone knows, the annual Macy’s Thanksgiving parade in New York city. For the majority of us this mean a little couch time watching the floats roll by and the participants perform. But for Alley Ellis, an eighth grader at the Edgartown School, it means kicking it, literally, on national television.

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