Boys' Soccer Keeps Rolling in Postseason
Ivy Ashe

Rainy weather and a slippery, muddy field made little difference to the Vineyard boys’ soccer players Thursday night, as a hat trick by the team’s leading scorer and a strong showing from both veterans and newcomers powered the team to a decisive 4-1 postseason win over visiting Old Rochester.

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And Then There Was One, Boys' Soccer Still Kicking
Mac Sashin

The week of Halloween proved to be action-packed with great contests across the board for Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School athletes.

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Lages Leads the Way as Vineyard Boys' Soccer Heads to Postseason
Ivy Ashe
Jason Lages's trademark run has served him well so far this year. He has a team-leading 29 goals and 12 assists, and has broken Lucas Brewer’s 2005 school record for goals in a season.
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Boys' Soccer Heads to Postseason for Fourth Consecutive Year
Ivy Ashe
Their regular season ended Wednesday with a win before a home crowd, but the Vineyard soccer boys are hoping to keep the wins coming as they enter the postseason. Games begin next week.
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Despite Red Card Setback, Boys' Soccer Keeps the Streak Alive
Ivy Ashe

The 2-0 win over Dennis-Yarmouth came despite the fact that the team’s leading scorer was on the sidelines. Junior Jason Lages drew a red card in a game Monday against Bishop Stang. Lages will sit out round one of the playoffs next week.

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Soccer Reaches Fever Pitch, Lages Is Top Scorer in the State
Ivy Ashe
With a week left in regular season play, records are falling, players are earning statewide recognition and one team is already making its mark in the state tournament.
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High School Soccer Coaches Are Familiar Faces on the Pitch
Ivy Ashe

Esteban Aranzabe will take over as head coach for the boys team this fall, while the girls team will be led by Rocco Bellebuono. Both men are well known as longtime coaches and leaders in the Island youth soccer program.

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MV United Boys Win State Championship
Ivy Ashe
The best youth soccer teams in Massachusetts competed at the state Tournament of Champions this weekend. The MV United boys team took home the championship in the under 18 bracket and did not allow a single goal against them in the tournament.
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Hot for Brazil as World Cup Fever Starts
Derek Schwartz
Coop De Ville is the unofficial headquarters for World Cup fever on the Island. The Oak Bluffs waterfront bar was a colorful scene Thursday during the opening match between Brazil and Croatia.
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Soccer Stars Kick It Up A Notch
Ivy Ashe
Last fall Olivia Pouliot, 12, became the newest and youngest member of the Olympic Development Program. Olivia has been playing soccer on the Island since she was five, and often “played up” in the youth soccer league because the overall pool of girl players is small (at age nine, she played on an Under-14 team).
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