Closing out the high school winter sports season, Martha’s Vineyard boys hockey and basketball teams ended their playoff runs over the weekend.

On Saturday, the basketball team traveled to Rockland to take on the top-seeded Bulldogs. The Vineyarders held a two-point lead going into the half, but by the start of the third period, Rockland pulled away with 47 second half points to secure a 63-38 victory.

Junior center Rammon Dos Santos led the Vineyard in scoring with 12 points. Senior guard Jeremy Regan contributed eight points. Senior captain Jared Regan added seven points while classmates Aidan Araujo and Adam Knight contributed quality minutes for the Vineyard.

After beating Archbishop Williams in the first round last Wednesday, the boys finish the year with a 12-10 record.

Sunday evening at the Gallo Ice Arena in Bourne, the Vineyard hockey team faced tough competition from fourth-seeded Dartmouth. The Vinyearders held their own initially, trading shots and splitting possession of the puck equally for almost all of the first period.

But with just under five minutes left in the first period, Dartmouth scored after peppering Vineyard netminder Graham Stearns with shots. With three minutes left in the period, Dartmouth scored two more goals.

In the second Dartmouth scored another goal off a rebound but was called for a five-minute penalty. With a man advantage, sophomore forward Cam Geary wove through the Dartmouth defense and put the Vineyard on the board.

That was the closest the Vineyarders got to evening the score. Dartmouth added another goal before the end of the second and two more in the third, ending the game with a 7-1 final score.

The Vineyarders skated to their fans and raised their sticks in appreciation of their support as the boys finished the season with a 12-8-2 record.