Shortened Football Season Ends With a Win
Steve Myrick
An inspired Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School football team ended its season with a victory last Friday night, taking a bit of the sting out of a season cut short.
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Roster Depleted, Vineyard Football Cancels Island Cup
Steve Myrick

Faced with injuries and disciplinary dismissals, the regional high school decided Thursday to forfeit the end of the varsity football season, including the Island Cup.

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In School Census, Enrollment Sees Slight Dip Islandwide
Heather Hamacek

Student enrollment is slightly down this year in Martha’s Vineyard public schools, according to the annual Oct. 1 school census.

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Soccer Teams Gear Up for Nantucket Match
Steve Myrick

The regional high school boys’ and girls’ soccer squads face inter-Island rival Nantucket at home on Sunday. The girls game begins at 12:30. The boys game follows at 2 p.m.

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School Committee Approves Money for Track Repairs
Heather Hamacek

The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School committee voted unanimously Thursday morning to spend $148,400 to repave the failed track.

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Student Athletes Press School Committee to Repair Failed Track
Heather Hamacek

A group of track and field athletes implored the regional high school committee Monday night to get going on long-overdue repairs to the failed school track.

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Vineyarders Drive Hard, But Can't Overcome Carver
Steve Myrick

The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School football team opened the season Friday night with a 27-14 home loss to Carver High School.

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Football Coach Looks to Fresh Perspective of Winning and Learning
Steve Myrick
The high school football team opens the season Friday evening at home against Carver. Ryan Kent, first-year coach, is looking forward to it.
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Grass Fields Project Stalls Amid Disagreement Over Contract
Alex Elvin
Negotiations between the regional high school district committee and a group that wants to upgrade and maintain the school playing fields have been fraught with disagreement since June, with key terms of a contract still hanging as of this week.
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Bye Bye Beaches, Hello Books, It's Back to School Time
Heather Hamacek
Around the Island, an expected 2,155 students are dusting off backpacks, sharpening pencils and choosing first-day outfits. The first day of school is Tuesday.
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