The Olympics are ending, but competition is just heating up at the high school. Postseason action kicks off Tuesday evening as two Vineyard teams host back-to-back competitions. 

Boys’ basketball, seeded third with a 16-4 record, hosts Norwell at 4:30 p.m. Norwell is seeded eleventh, and is 10-10 on the season.

Boys’ hockey takes on Sandwich at 6 p.m. The Vineyard (13-5-2) is seeded sixth. Sandwich (8-7-3) is seeded eleventh.

Tickets for both basketball and hockey games are $5 for students and seniors, and $7 for adults.

Girls' hockey, seeded fourteenth, will play at home on Wednesday afternoon. The team (11-6-3) takes on 19-seed Algonquin at 4:30 p.m. 

Girls’ basketball travels to Taunton on Wednesday to play Coyle & Cassidy. The girls are 11-9 and are seeded eleventh. They have faced Coyle, a league opponent, twice in the regular season. In the teams’ first meeting, the girls took a narrow 36-34 loss. The Vineyard fell 56-47 in the second meeting.

In picture, freshman Josh Forend plays on home ice.