Richard Bennett has spent nearly 20 years on the fields behind the West Tisbury school helping young soccer players grow into competitive athletes.


MV United and the New England Revolution Development Academy will offer a free program this fall.


Seven M.V. United travel teams took to the pitch last weekend, with three teams playing at home and the other five on the road for their contests.


The best youth soccer teams in Massachusetts competed at the state Tournament of Champions this weekend. The MV United boys team took home the championship in the under 18 bracket and did not allow a single goal against them in the tournament.


Postseason play begins this weekend for the MV United travel soccer squads, who had an outstanding season even by the high standards of the Vineyard league. Of the eight teams in the program eligible for the South Coast Soccer League postseason, five made it to the playoffs: both under-11 boys’ squads, the under-13 girls’ team, the under-15 girls team, and the under-18 boys’ team. The under-18 team, largely sophomores, finished first in their division and will host Westport in the first round on Sunday at Veterans Field. Game time is at 1:30 p.m.