Both boys and girls indoor track squads coasted to victories against Sandwich Tuesday afternoon at Wheaton College. The boys toppled the Blue Knights 74-21 and the girls were victorious by a similar 74.5-21.5 margin.

The girls were a win away in the 300-meter race from a clean sweep of first place in all events. Anabelle Biggs won the 55-meter dash in a blistering 7.84 seconds and won the long jump by nearly a foot. Adrienne Christy won the mile 44 seconds ahead of second place; she also took gold in the 55-meter hurdles with a time of 11.49 seconds. Adrienne also tied Biggs for first in the high jump. Eloise Christy, Madia Bellebuono and Yayla DeChiara took the top three spots in the 600-meter race finishing within a second of each other. Sydney Brown won the 1000-meter race in 3:35.3, Catherine Cherry won the two-mile race and Paige Pogue tossed the shotput 29’8.5 to earn the top spot.

The boys won seven of the 10 events on the afternoon. Dash Christy was a triple winner for the Vineyarders, taking first in the 300-meter race with a time of 40.32 seconds, the 55-meter hurdles in 8.3 seconds and the long jump flying 17’9 feet. Nick Pecararo won the 55-meter dash in 7.44 seconds, Braden Sayles tossed the shotput the farthest at 35’1.5, Kieran Karabees won the two-mile race and Zach Utz won the 1000-meter race in 2:38.9.

With the win, the indoor track teams improved to 3-1 on the season. This weekend, at the Reggie Lewis Center in Roxbury, the Vineyard will compete with other division five schools from all corners of the commonwealth at the Massachusetts state track coaches association relay meet.

Monday the swim team traveled to Fall River to take on the Bishop Connolly Cougars. The boys ended in a 44-44 stalemate and the girls fell 52-40. Christian Flanders and Ruairi Mullin were both winners in two individual events for the Vineyard while Gabby Carr was the lone Vineyard girl with individual wins.

Flanders won the 50-meter freestyle in 25.5 seconds and the 100-meter freestyle in 58.53. Mullin was the victor in the longer freestyle events, winning the 200-meter free in 2:10.44 and the 500-meter free in 5:53.86. Vineyard boys also won both freestyle relays, with Noah Lawry, Emmett Silva, Nathan Cuthbert and Flanders winning the 200-meter in 1:56.19 and Mullin, Cuthbert, Silva and Flanders winning the 400-meter in 4:17.19.

Carr won the 200-meter individual medley with a sectionals-qualifying time of 2:27.5, she also won the 100-meter backstroke in 1:09.25. Abigail Hammarlund and Olympia Hall each had two second-place finishes — Hammarlund in the 100-meter freestyle and the 100-meter breaststroke and Hall in the 200 and 500-meter freestyle.

The team’s scheduled home meet for Thursday against Sacred Heart was postponed due to boat cancellations. They travel to Barnstable on Friday and then to Nauset on Saturday to swim against Sandwich.

Tuesday afternoon the girls basketball team lost a tough home matchup against the Blue Knights of Sandwich by a 62-31 margin. Senior captain Sasha Lakis went down with an ankle injury in the first period of play and did not return. Without her, front court running mate, Taylor Hughes, had her work cut out for her and turned in a courageous effort. The power forward had a double-double, grabbing 13 rebounds and scoring 11 points while also blocking two shots and racking up six steals.

Next, the girls have another tough task ahead of them when Nauset makes the trip to the Island Friday. Tipoff is set for 4:30 p.m.

Also Tuesday afternoon, over on the Cape, the boys basketball team was defeated by Sandwich with the final score falling 57-50 in favor of the Blue Knights. The loss snapped a four-game winning streak for the Vineyarders. The Vineyard was ahead at the end of the first period 20-16, but they lost their touch in the second period only scoring six points while giving up 18, leaving them behind 34-26 at the half. Despite holding the Blue Knights to 10 points in the third and storming back to knot the score at 44 to start the fourth period, the Vineyard faltered again, only scoring six in the final period as Sandwich emerged victorious.

With a 1-3 record in the division, the boys will be tested Friday at Nauset in a critical game that could set the trajectory for the rest of their season. They return home Tuesday to face Barnstable at 4:30 p.m.

Wednesday at the MV Ice Arena, the girls hockey team skated against Sandwich, one of the best teams in the Cape and Islands League this season. For most of the first period, the Vineyard played on their heels. While they did not have much puck possession or shots on net, the girls held their own in the beginning. Amelia Simmons made some tremendous saves in net as the Vineyard killed multiple power plays and kept the score tied at zero heading into the second period.

The Vineyard came out much more aggressive to start the second period of play. Aryanna Stevens had a breakaway opportunity where she just missed on a no-look pass back to her trailing teammate. Then, at the 12-minute mark, the Vineyard’s first line gave the home team a 1-0 lead after Ava BenDavid slammed home a floating puck that bounced up and off the crossbar of Sandwich’s goal.

Unfortunately, the Vineyarders did not hold the lead for long as Sandwich’s Maura McIver scored the first of her three goals three minutes later. McIver assisted on the Blue Knight’s go-ahead goal with five minutes to play in the second before adding two more snipes past Simmons in the third, earning Sandwich a 4-1 win.

Next, the girls are set to take on Scituate Saturday at 7 p.m. at home.