Expect the fields at the regional high school to be busy this week, with 10 home games being played between now and next Thursday.

Girls’ Tennis

The Vineyarders took on Chatham on Monday in their first home match of the month, sweeping the Blue Devils and moving to a 7-1 record on the season.

Singles players Annie Burton, Dylan Brockmeyer and Alyssa Adler defeated their opponents in straight sets, with number two player Dylan sweeping her match against Claire McGork 6-0, 6-0.

In the doubles matches, Julia Cooper and Annabelle Hackney took down Chatham 6-0, 6-1, while Cami Fernandez and Michaella Gaines won their match 6-2, 6-3.

The girls played Coyle & Cassidy Thursday (scores were unavailable at press time). They will next take on Bishop Feehan at home on Wednesday.

Boys’ Tennis

The boys notched another EAC victory Wednesday, defeating Coyle & Cassidy 4-1. They remain undefeated in the league and are 8-1 overall.

At number one singles, senior captain Reid Yennie played a three-set, two-and-a-half hour match against C& C’s Kevin Dupont, coming back from a first-set loss to even the score before starting a back-and-forth battle in the third set. The boys pushed the set to 6-6, with Reid falling in the subsequent tiebreaker on match point for a final score of 4-6, 6-4, 7-6.

Senior Bennet Schwab and sophomore Michael Piland played their first varsity match at number two doubles, defeating their opponents 6-3, 4-6, 6-3. At number one doubles, Patrick McCarthy and Justin Smith won 6-1, 6-3.

The boys play Bishop Stang at home on Friday, and will be off-Island over the weekend to compete in the MIAA Individual Singles and Doubles Championship. They will take on Cape Cod Academy at home on Monday.

Girls’ Lacrosse

The girls suffered their first EAC loss Tuesday, falling 16-12 to Bishop Stang and moving to 4-1 in the league.

Earlier in the week, the Vineyarders played Bourne and Hopkinton, taking a win over the former on Tuesday and a 17-5 loss to the latter on Saturday (Hopkinton is currently ranked in the top five programs in the state).

Playing against Bourne, the girls held off their opponents’ offense until midway through the first quarter, scoring four goals of their own in the meantime. Junior Madison Hughes led the scoring with five goals, with senior Molly Fischer (three goals) and sophomore Alayna Hutchinson (three goals, one assist) close behind. Isabel Smith, Ana Irwin, Alex Mark and Angela DeBettencourt had one goal each, with key assists coming from Niki Alexander, Jenny Hart, and Taylor Poggi for a final score of 15-10.

The team is 7-5 on the season, and will next play an away game against Bishop Feehan before returning home for a much-anticipated rematch with Scituate next Friday.

Weekend Games

Baseball returns from a week of away games to play against Bishop Stang today at 3 p.m.

The sailing team hosts Harwich at the Sailing Camp Park on Saturday. Boys’ lacrosse also plays at home on Saturday, taking on Wayland at 1 p.m.