Hockey, Basketball, Swimming Stick to the Winning Side

Girls’ hockey remains undefeated in league play, both basketball teams are racking up wins and the high school swim teams are strong in the pool this year.

Center Ice Belonged to Squirts at Ryan Mone Memorial Tournament

This past weekend the Squirts took center stage at the 24th Annual Ryan Mone Memorial Tournament. It was three days filled with early wake-up calls and late night play (for players and parents).

On the Ice You Never Grow Old

This weekend, at the annual alumni hockey games, it was once again time for the old (and not so old) guard to dust off their skates and once again hit the ice at the Martha's Vineyard Arena.

Winter Sports Teams Heat Up

After a shaky start against Sandwich last week, the boys’ varsity basketball team picked up a decisive 69-41 victory over visiting Dennis-Yarmouth Tuesday evening in their home opener.

High School Hockey Ready for Season

In preseason scrimmages both home and away, the boys' and girls' hockey squads have been skating well. The puck drops for the boys' first home game on Saturday. The girls will not play at home until January.

Mites Crush, Squirts Down, Peewees Squeak By

The fall youth hockey season reached its midpoint earlier this month. Last weekend, the Travel Mites took on Dennis-Yarmouth in what head coach James McKeon described as a total team effort of unselfish hockey. Led by Nick BenDavid, Parker Blake, Maks Pacheco and Micah Simmons, the Mites scored 21 goals to Falmouth’s four. Paige Anderson, Chase Grant, Ingrid Gundersen and Vinnie Paciello all scored as well

The Squirts 2 team fell 2-1 on Saturday to a tough Attleborough North Devils team, with Riley Sylvia holding down the fort in net.

Vineyard Peewees Storm Nantucket for Youth Hockey Title

The Martha’s Vineyard Peewees upended the undefeated Nantucket Nor’easters on Saturday to earn the title of Cape and Island League Champions in their final game of the hockey season. The game was played at Charles Moore Arena in Orleans. The final score was 5 to 3.

After a rousing pregame speech by team captain Jack Murray, the Peewees came out strong at the start of the match, scoring twice in the first minute. The team potted a third goal before the first period was over, but Nantucket took advantage of power plays in the second period to tie the game.

Basketball Back on Top, Hockey Defeats Bishop Stang

The boys’ basketball team rebounded from a tough one-point loss on Friday in their second game of the weekend as they defeated visiting Lexington 53-46 on Sunday afternoon. Senior Liam Weston had a standout game for the Vineyarders, shooting 78 per cent from the field en route to 16 points.