TD Garden Experience Transcends Loss to Nantucket

On Sunday, the Vineyard boys basketball team took on Nantucket at the TD Garden as part of the Andrew James Lawson Foundation, Inc. Invitational. Nantucket won the game 67-58 but the event was bigger than the final score.

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Hoops Standout Erin Hill Heads to Yale

Vineyarder and former high school basketball star Erin Hill will join the Yale women’s basketball team next year, one of only four standout first-years.

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Sports Partnership

India Rose, owner of Hustle Sports Marketing and Hustle & Thrive Company, has partnered with Connective Inc.

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Molly deBettencourt Surpasses 1,000 Points

High school basketball star Molly deBettencourt recently hit the 1,000 point mark. She has excelled since she stepped on the court as a freshman.

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Boys Basketball Team Gears Up for Tough Contest as Playoffs Begin

The boys basketball team faces a tough home playoff test Thursday evening when they begin the 2017 playoff run against rival Bishop Stang, the defending Division 3 state champions.

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Boys Basketball Looks to Post Season Play
Heather Hamacek

The Martha’s Vineyard regional high school’s boys basketball team lost their last game of the season, but will continue on to the state tournament.

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Erin Hill Marks Basketball Milestone: 1,000 Points
Heather Hamacek

The junior standout and cocaptain of the girls’ basketball team scored her thousandth point last weekend.

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Boys Basketball Team Is Going to State Tournament
Heather Hamacek

The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School boys basketball team secured a spot in the state tournament with a 60-46 win over Dennis-Yarmouth.

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Boys Basketball Fights for Spot in State Tournament
Heather Hamacek

The Vineyard boys basketball team remains one win away from qualifying for the state championship tournament after a hard-fought loss in double overtime to Somerset Berkley on Wednesday.

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Nothing but Net in the Coaches Corner
Ivy Ashe

It’s basketball season, and Maureen Hill is on the move. This year is her first as head varsity coach for the regional high school girls’ basketball team, but she’s still coaching the middle school girls’ travel team that last year went 23-2 and made the state tournament finals. Afternoons are packed with basketball practices as she zips back and forth between the high school and the middle schools for drills and scrimmages.

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