Vineyard Teams Awash in Titles, Tourneys
Ivy Ashe

Two Vineyard teams, boys’ tennis and girls’ lacrosse, clinched Eastern Athletic Conference titles this week. Both are undefeated in league play this season, and boys’ tennis has not lost at all.

Softball plays three home games this week, taking on Advanced Math and Science Charter School in a double header tomorrow (play begins at 11:30 a.m.), Randolph on Monday at 3:15 p.m., and Chatham on Wednesday at 3:15 p.m.

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Regional High School Paper Wins Top Award

The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School student newspaper won top honors last weekend in the New England Scholastic Press Association’s scholastic journalism competition.

For the third time in six years, The High School View finished in first place in the All-New England category (Division III) in the press association’s annual competition.

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Vineyarders Not Dampened by Rain
Ivy Ashe

Rain postponed a few home games this week, but it did not prevent a number of Vineyard successes: the boys’ tennis and sailing teams qualified for the postseason, while track athletes saw individual victories over the weekend.

Of particular note in home games this week is the girls’ lacrosse nightcap tonight against Wayland. Play begins at 6:15 p.m.

Softball also competes at home today, taking on Bishop Stang at 3:15 p.m.

Sailing

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High School Teams Off to Good Starts as Spring Season Begins
Ivy Ashe

Girls tennis and boys lacrosse and baseball will all play home games this week before the start of April vacation, with tennis taking to the courts today at 3 p.m. and the boys’ teams playing tomorrow at 12:30 p.m.

Baseball

The Vineyarders’ baseball record stands at 1-0, despite playing two games. After traveling to Plymouth South last Wednesday and completing 11 scoreless innings, the teams were forced to reschedule the rest of the game.

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Promise of Spring for High School Teams
Ivy Ashe
This is the second installment of the high school spring sports preview. A preview of the baseball team will appear in next week’s Gazette, along with game recaps from the first week of the sports season.
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High School Spring Sports Preview
Ivy Ashe

Spring sports are in full bloom at the regional high school, with the fields, courts and Lagoon Pond abuzz with preseason activity.

Girls’ Tennis

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Boys’ Basketball Clinches Conference
Ivy Ashe
It may not yet qualify as a dynasty, but the boys’ basketball team has clinched their third Eastern Athletic Conference title in as many years. The Vineyarders defeated Bishop Stang 61-47 Wednesday in the last league game of the season, finishing with a 7-1 record in the conference.
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Vineyard Teams Keep Winning As Regular Season Winds Down
Ivy Ashe
Both varsity hockey teams play on home ice Saturday in a pair of league matchups, with the boys playing their last Eastern Athletic Conference game of the regular season. Be sure to support the girls’ basketball team during one (or all) of their three home games this week. The team plays at 4:30 p.m. today, Tuesday and Thursday.
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Boys’ Hockey, Basketball Teams Clinch Postseason Playoff Berths
Ivy Ashe
At least two Vineyard teams will see postseason action in March, with both the boys’ hockey and basketball teams clinching tournament berths this week.
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It’s Just a Matter of Hitting the Round Sliotar with a Flat Hurley
Ivy Ashe
Students in Elaine Weintraub’s Irish history class at the regional high school took their studies outside on Monday, trying their hand at one of the oldest sports in the world, the Gaelic game of hurling.
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