For the second straight year, the high school boys hockey and basketball teams are headed to the postseason.

After losing a nail-biter to Sandwich last week, the boys basketball squad needed to win one of their final three games, all of which were on the road, to make the playoffs. On Friday, they punched their ticket to the South Sectional tournament with a 65-59 win against Barnstable.

The playoffs could begin as early as Monday, with the Vineyard’s tournament seeding set to be determined on Friday.

Having clinched a playoff spot two weeks ago, the boys hockey team wrapped up their regular season with an appearance in the championship of the Fairleigh Dickinson Tournament at the Martha’s Vineyard Ice Arena last weekend.

Saturday, the boys bested Attleboro 4-2 in a physical first round of the tournament. After the Bombardiers struck first off an MV turnover, senior captain Colby Zarba scored two goals, and Jackson Pachico and HUnter Meader scored one each.

In the championship game on Sunday, the Vineyarders were outmatched by Tri-Valley league champion Hopkinton Hillers, losing 8-1. . The Vineyarders faced Newton South Wednesday on home ice for senior night before the playoffs commence the following week.

Saturday, at Boston University, Gabby Carr lowered three of her school records at the Division two state championships. In the 200-yard freestyle, Carr’s first 100-yard split was 57.06, which broke the record she set at the Cape and Islands league championship. She finished in 1:59.43, which lowered her school record by nearly half a second, and finished in 12th place. Carr also finished 13th in the 500-yard freestyle in 5:27.07, over two seconds faster than the previous record she also held.

Sunday, also at Boston University, Ruairi Mullin bested his school-record in the 200-yard freestyle by over a second, finishing in 1:53.72, good for 14th place. He became the first Vineyard boy to place at the sectional or state championship meet.

The boys indoor track team finished eighth out of 42 teams at the MIAA District 5 championship meet the Reggie Lewis Center in Roxbury on Sunday. The girls squad finished in 14th place as both teams had athletes qualify for the Division 2 All-State meet this weekend.

Dash Christy finished second in the 55-meter hurdles with a time of 7.94, breaking his previous MVRHS record and qualifying for All-States. The girls 4x800-meter relay team, consisting of Sydney Brown, Eloise Christy, Yayla DeChiara and Adrienne Christy placed second with a time of 10:29.09, propelling them to All-States.

In addition to the two second place finishes, the Vineyarders turned in multiple top 10 results. Jojo Bonneau finished fourth in the 55-meter hurdles. He was also a member of the sixth placing 4x200 relay with Dash Christy, Braden Sayles and Nick Pecararo. Paige Pogue tossed the shot put the eighth farthest at 32 feet, 11.5 inches. Zach Utz placed seventh in the mile, finishing in 4:40.17. Utz was also a member of the tenth placing 4x800 relay with Isaac Richards, Vito Aello and Jonathan Norton.