Anne P. Carmichael
The 40 knot wind howled on Saturday afternoon and it was guaranteed that the Nantucket Whalers football team and their fans would be screaming with delight Saturday night.
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Anne P. Carmichael
The script for homecoming weekend was not followed as planned. The Vineyarders were supposed to beat Nantucket and then celebrate with a victory dance at the high school.
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Anne P. Carmichael
Saturday was a good day for flying to Nantucket — for a change.
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Michael F. Bamberger
For the seventh straight year, Nantucket defeated Martha's Vineyard last Saturday in the historic contest between the two Island football teams, 30 to 20.
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David Corr
Early on Saturday morning, a prevailing westerly sweeps the steppe called Martha's Vineyard Airport, and the regional high school football team hustles from the terminal
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Elaine Lembo
Personal victories are what Bob Tankard cares about. He relies on them, he says, because they are messages that validate life and each person’s place on earth.
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Regional High School
Football
Coaches
Elaine Lembo
Thanksgiving feasting, means dark meat, white meat, and - this week on Martha's Vineyard - fresh Nantucket whalemeat. In the words of Coach Bob Tankard:
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Randall Pease
At Nantucket Saturday there were two football games. One was staged on the playing field, properly, and Nantucket won convincingly, 34-0.
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Mike Kolleth
Robert Tankard is calling it quits af­ter eight years as head coach of the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School football team. News of his resignation, following a 27-14 l
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Regional High School
Football
Coaches
Mike Kolleth
In what referees, coaches and spec­tators agreed was one of the dirtiest football games seen here in a long time, Nantucket High School toppled Mar­tha’s Vineyard 27-14 Saturday. 
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Paula Delbonis
The Vineyarders should have known better. No one eats whale meat anymore, and they couldn't change that Saturday on Nantucket.
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W. C. Platt
Almost everyone on the Island knew it even before the final seconds ticked off the clock.
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