The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School fall sports teams are off to a strong start in the first few weeks of the season, impressing coaches and spectators alike from the links to the soccer pitch.

Boys soccer won its first two games of the season, outscoring opponents 13-1. Five players scored in an 8-0 win against Cape Cod Tech on Tuesday, with sophomore Luidi De Oliveira the top scorer, striking three goals for a hat trick. The next home match is set for Sat., Sept. 22 against Sturgis Charter School West.

The girls soccer team racked up their first win of the season on Tuesday with a 12-0 shutout against Cape Cod Regional Tech. The offensive dominance was led by senior Natiella Dias and junior Klara Reimann who contributed seven goals between them. Narrow losses in the first two matches put the team at 1-2 for the season. They will play again at home Sept. 13 at 4 p.m. against Sturgis Charter East.

Football coach Don Herman made a triumphant return to the sidelines Friday night to lead the Vineyarders to a 55-0 victory over Atlantis Charter School. Senior John McCormick picked up three touchdowns on the ground and senior quarterback Ivan Shepard dashed into the endzone for two touchdowns. The Vineyarders will face a tougher challenge at home against Saint Paul John II, semifinal finishers in the division eight south tournament last year, on Friday at 6 p.m.

The field hockey team battled through wind and rain Monday to come out on top 3-1 in their season opener against Sturgis Charter School West. The goals were split among seniors Hailey Meader, Abby Marchand and Addy Hayman in the close contest helped along by three saves by junior goalie Amelia Simmons. The Vineyarders next home game will be against Bishop Stang on Sept. 13 at 3 p.m.

The golf team was dealt a close, tough loss in the rain at Farm Neck on Monday against St. John Paul II, but a 123-56 win against Cape Cod Academy on Tuesday got the team back on track. Senior Benny Binder was the medalist, finishing the round with a 37. Sophomore Pete Gillis followed closely behind with a score of 39. The team is now 3-1 as they prepare to face Sturgis Charter West on Sept. 13 at 4 p.m., and then against Nantucket for the first time in 10 years on Monday.

The cross country team is charging ahead, boosted by personal record times at the Vineyard Invitational Saturday and an opening meet win over Monomoy Regional High School last week. Juniors Catherine Cherry and Peter Burke lead the pack, but fast times in the first three meets from freshmen Zach Utz, Adrienne Christy and Eloise Christy have given the team a solid base of runners going into the rest of the season. The next home meet is Sat., Sept. 29 against Saint Paul John II.