High school winter sports wrapped up its season last week with a celebration of seniors. Meanwhile, boys hockey and basketball geared up for the playoffs, while indoor track broke school records at the all-state finals.

Playoffs begin this week for basketball and hockey, with games scheduled for Wednesday and Friday at mainland arenas.

Tied for the eighth seed with Archbishop Williams, the Vineyard boys lost a coin flip to determine the host of their playoff matchup. As a result, the Bishops will host the Vineyarders Wednesday at 4:30 p.m. in Braintree. The winner will face division three’s top-seeded Rockland on a date yet to be determined.

The boys finished their regular season Friday with a 71-51 win against Apponequet in the consolation game of the Kuliga Classic in Lakeville. The Vineyarders outscored the Lakers 40-21 in the second half, and Mike Trusty lead the Island squad with 19 points. The boys finish the regular season with an 11-9 record.

Boys hockey earned the 12th seed in the division three playoffs with an 11-7-2 record. They will face a familiar foe in old Eastern Athletic Conference rival Somerset Berkley Friday at Gallo Ice Arena in Bourne. The puck drops at 6 p.m.

On Friday, the boys wrapped up their regular season with senior night against Newton South at the Martha’s Vineyard Arena. Newton held a 3-0 lead long into the final period, until Liam Marek anticipated a turnover and took off toward the net. Fellow freshman Nick BenDavid found his classmate, and Marek scored to prevent the shutout.

On Sunday, members of the indoor track team competed at the division two all-state finals at the Reggie Lewis Center in Roxbury. The girls 4x800 relay team, including Catherine Cherry, Yayla DeChiara, Eloise and Wren Christy, shattered the previous indoor record for the regional high school by 10 seconds. The 22nd overall finish by the girls was the fastest 4x800 in both outdoor and indoor track history on the Island. Dash Christy, the lone Vineyard boy to qualify, finished 20th overall in the 55-meter hurdles.

The girls basketball season concluded with senior night Tuesday against Carver at the high school gym. Before tipoff, head coach Sterling Bishop delivered tributes to all the seniors who were recognized at center court with their parents. Senior point guard Riley Yuhas scored a three-pointer on the Vineyard’s first possession, but the girls couldn’t quite find their groove. Carver prevailed 54-23, but there was no shortage of smiles after the game as the seniors received customized Space Jam tee shirts with Looney Toons characters outfitted in MV basketball gear.

Girls hockey wrapped up the season Thursday with their senior game against the Cape Cod Furies, a co-op team composed of players from Nauset, Cape Tech and Monomoy. Before the game, the girls read heartfelt tributes they wrote to their senior teammates. The seniors were then individually honored with their parents before the puck dropped.

With a win, the Furies would make the playoffs. The extra motivation was evident as Vineyard goaltender Amelia Simmons was bombarded with shots early and often. Down 3-0, the Vineyarders had opportunities to score in the second and third periods, but flawless goaltending by the Furies goalie held the Vineyard scoreless.

After the teams shook hands, the girls skated to the glass by the stands to thank a large crowd of their classmates for their support. The seniors then skated to center ice where they kissed the MV logo before skating off the ice, arms around each other’s shoulders.