With April vacation in the books, spring sports at the high school are at full sail as the Vineyard’s student athletes battle in their divisions across the water, diamond, court, field and track.

Girls lacrosse, boys baseball and the sailing teams are leading the way so far with three wins each. On the lacrosse field, the girls have won their last two, one at home and one on the road. They defeated Falmouth Academy 14-4 on the Cape and topped Boston Latin Academy 9-6 on the Island. Against Falmouth Academy Annabelle Metell scored four goals while Ali Dyke had a hat trick. Isabella Silva scored twice and Ashley Silva, Lily Haynes, Sam Warren, Lizzy Chvatal and Brynn Savva all also put the ball in the net.

Leah Thomson anchors second singles. — Ray Ewing

Earlier that same week, against Boston Latin, the girls rallied back from falling behind 3-0 early as Silvi Carroll and Chvatal each scored hat tricks while Dyke scored twice and Charlotte Scott netted a goal to put away the win.

Head coach Lauren Pineau said her team has worked hard to earn their wins so far this season.

“They put the effort in at practice and it shows,” she said. “After every game we come away with something to work on as a team.”

Up next is a league matchup with Dennis-Yarmouth at home on Thursday starting at 3 p.m.

The baseball team bounced back from a tough loss to Monomoy when they came from behind to beat Falmouth 4-2 on the road in their most recent action. Charlie Porterfield hit a go-ahead two-run double in the sixth and Axel Abrams closed out the Clippers in relief to earn the win. Nate Story went one for three with an RBI and Jack Debettencourt was two for four with a run scored.

On Friday the boys are home against Dennis-Yarmouth with the first pitch scheduled for 3:15 p.m.

John Hoft in action on Wednesday against Monomoy. — Ray Ewing

While the sailing team has three wins in the Cape and Islands League, overall, they are 10-7. In league competition, they’ve beaten Barnstable by a score of 3-0, Cape Cod Academy 4-1 and Nantucket 3-1. They’ve also defeated Bishop Stang, Wellesley, Sharon, Duxbury, Manchester/Essex, Boston College High School, Portland and Moses Brown.

Last week, the track and field squad traveled to Foxborough High School for the Warrior Invitational and competed with other schools from all over the Commonwealth. Some notable results from the Vineyarders included Camille Brand finishing second in the high jump with a 5’2 leap, Paula Geschke finishing in the top 10 of the two mile at 13:42.25 and the boys 4x100 relay team of Luis Costa, Lucas Martins, Emmett Silva and Kaniel Morgan finishing fifth with a time of 49.62 seconds.

On the tennis court, both the boys and girls notched their second wins of the season this week against Nauset. The boys defeated the Warriors on the road Tuesday and the girls at home on Wednesday. The boys won 5-0. In singles Zak Potter won 6-1, 6-2, Caleb Dubin won 7-6, 7-5 and Kert Kleeman won 6-1, 6-1. In doubles, Kyle Levy and Otis Forrester won 6-1, 6-3 and Tommy Flynn and Henry Wansiewicz won 6-0, 6-3.

The softball team won 26-13 over Mashpee. — Tim Johnson

The girls were victorious 4-1. In singles, Leah Thomson won 2-6, 6-4, 1-0 and Zoe Tritman won 6-2, 6-1. In doubles, Sophia Balsas and Ellie Pennington won 6-4, 6-2 and Clementine Zeender and Ella Moran won 6-0, 6-1.

Next, the boys play Dennis-Yarmoth at home Friday starting at 3 p.m., and on Saturday they take on Nantucket also at home at 12:30 p.m. The girls’ next home match is Tuesday against Barnstable at 3 p.m.

Also on Wednesday, the softball team faced off with Mashpee and the runs just kept coming as they won 26-13 for their second win of the season. In their first win they also scored 20 on the road as they took down Muniz Academy.

Wyatt Nicholson maneuvers around defenders. — Ray Ewing

Saturday is the Noepe invitational tournament. The Vineyarders will play O’Bryant at 11:15 a.m. at the high school while Boston English and Mashpee will play at the West Tisbury School starting at the same time. The winners of the two games will play at the high school at 2 p.m. with the consolation game at the West Tisbury School at the same time.

Finally, boys lacrosse is still looking for their second win of the season after they lost a close one to Monomoy Wednesday at home by a score of 8-6.

Their first win of the season came against Barnstable before the break; they won at home 13-10. Aiden Conley couldn’t be stopped with seven goals and one assist. His brother Liam had two goals, two assists and went 20-25 at the faceoff X. Bryce Cioffi, Wyatt Nicholson, Fin Callen and John Hoff all also scored goals.

The boys next home game is Friday against Cardinal Spellman starting at 3 p.m.