Girls and boys tennis got off to a strong start in post-season play this week, advancing through early rounds of the south sectional tournament with undefeated records intact.

The girls team has already advanced twice, defeating Apponequet Regional High School on Monday in round one, handily winning all five matches. On Wednesday the team advanced to the semifinals after defeating Norwell 4-1 at home.

The next match is Monday at 4 p.m. against either Canton or Old Rochester. The location is still to be determined. The team record is now 18-0.

Coach Chris Scott praised his players for staying cool under pressure.

“They are relaxed and focused,” he said.

Meanwhile, on Tuesday boys tennis prevailed over Norwell 5-0 with dominant performances at both singles and doubles, bringing the team record to 17-0.

The Vineyarders were due to play 10th-seeded Maimonides at home on Thursday.

Head coach Tony Omer said his goal is to keep the team calm and confident.

“Despite the fact that we were pretty dominant here, we definitely had some first-round jitters,” he said after the first round.

Boys Lacrosse Ends Strong Season

Boys lacrosse fell to Bishop Feehan 13-11 on Tuesday, ending their postseason run. Athletic director Mark McCarthy had predicted a competitive game. “Feehan is a good team. We’ve been in the league with them the past eight years. And we knew this was going to be a battle,” he said. The battle lasted the entire game, and Coach Chris Green was impressed by his Vineyarders strong second half. “It was a great come back that almost was. Total team effort,” he said.

Girls Lacrosse, Round One

Girls lacrosse was due to host Fontbonne in round one of their playoffs on Thursday afternoon. The team was rocked by controversy early in the week when the two head coaches were suspended. Junior varsity coaches Jenny Hart and Jo Douglas have stepped up to lead the team through playoffs. The team record is 17-1.

Baseball, Round One

Boys baseball was due to play East Bridgewater away on Thursday. Seeded 13th, the team is 12-8 overall, and 11-2 in the Cape and Islands League.