Vineyard high school athletes on the ice, the hardwood, the track and in the pool all received all-star nods from the Boston Globe this week for their performances during the winter sports season.

The boys indoor track team, after claiming the top spot at the Cape and Islands league championship, went on to place eighth out of 42 teams at the MIAA district 5 championship meet in February.

Dash Christy, Zach Utz, Peter Burke and Joseph Bonneau all earned all-star recognition. Christy advanced to the all-state finals during the district 5 championship with his school-record setting second-place finish in the 55m hurdles.

The girls indoor track team finished second behind Nauset at the Cape and Islands league championship and placed 14th at the MIAA district 5 championship.

The Globe chose Anabelle Biggs, Adrienne Christy and Paige Pogue as the girls squad’s all-stars. Christy was a member of the Vineyard’s all-state 4x800 relay team with her sister Eloise, Yayla DeChiara and Sydney Brown. Pogue placed eighth in the district 5 championship shot put and Biggs placed first in the long jump at the Cape and Islands league championship while also setting a school record in the 55-meter dash.

Swim team members Gabby Carr, Ruairi Mullin and eighth grader Olympia Hall were all named all-stars by the Globe.

This season, Carr qualified for six events at the all-state meet. She also set five school records and one pool record at the YMCA in Oak Bluffs while becoming the first Vineyard swimmer to place in the top eight at sectionals and states.

Hall placed fourth in the 100 breaststroke at the conference championship.

Mullin’s season was highlighted with a school record in the 200 freestyle and a 14th place finish at the all-state meet. He became the first Vineyard boy to place in the sectional or state meet.

Four members of the boys hockey team received all-star merit from the Globe. Logan Araujo, Hunter Meader, Graham Sterns and Colby Zarba headlined the boys team that advanced to the second round of the playoffs after a dramatic double-overtime upset victory in the first round against Somerset Berkeley.

Seniors Araujo and Zarba racked up goals and assists during their final season in purple and white from the center and wing positions. Sterns, the team’s sophomore goaltender, was a reliable presence in front of the net all season. Meader, also a sophomore, served as the team’s enforcer while providing consistent offense from the left and right wing positions.

For girls hockey, the Globe named team captain Lauren Boyd an all-star. As a defender Boyd was a steady force for the Vineyarders. Her wicked slapshot zipped past opposing netminders throughout the season as well.

On the basketball court, the boys team advanced to the second round of the playoffs after beating Archbishop Williams. The Globe named Jared Regan an all-star in his senior season. As captain, Regan led his team in points per game and his clutch late-game free throws sealed the deal on countless Vineyard victories.

On the girls basketball team, the Globe named Riley Yuhas and Kylie Estrella as all-stars. Yuhas, the team’s senior point guard, was the floor general as her precision dribbling and three point range posed a threat all winter. The junior forward was a starter and also played a crucial role in leading the second unit off the bench. Her three point range, aggressive defense and finesse below the rim gave her team a boost whenever she was on the court.