W. C. Platt
It is easier to be philosophical when the winners are celebrating across the Sound with the Island Trophy, but there were good signs in the Vineyard's performance against
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W. C. Platt
You don't have to be a fan of high school football to understand the rare chemistry that can transform a team and a sporting event.
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Jason Gay
Things looked bleak for Martha's Vineyard when Aaron Fox's one-yard touchdown plunge spotted Nantucket a 12-0 lead with 4:46 left.
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Jason Gay
The memories of last Saturday will be tough to erase: the Nantucket Whal­ers, with coach Vito Capizzo on their shoulders, hoisting the Island Cup for all the Vineyard to see.
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Jason Gay
Depending on whom you talk to, what happened on Nantucket in November of 1992 is like a pleasant dream or a recurring nightmare.
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Jason Gay
NANTUCKET - The Vineyard football team wasn't even supposed to be here, the gridiron gods tell us.
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Jason Gay
They came, they saw, they squished.
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Jason Gay
  NANTUCKET - If not for a couple of yards, it might have been a game for the ages, recounted in coffee haunts, barber shops and summer barbecues for generations to come.
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Marcus C. McGraw
 
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Football
Scott Smith
 As Vineyard coach Don Herman arrived at Nantucket’s football field carrying the Island Cup last Saturday, a couple of fans wearing Nantucket sweatshirts jokingly offered to take it fr
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Regional High School
Bryan Chambala
 The Cup is home. Sparked by the spirited play of junior Jeff Lynch and his two touchdowns, the Martha’s Vineyard football squad recaptured the Island Cup last Sa
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Cole Louison
 Saturday’s game for the Island Cup is one of the most-storied high school rivalries in the country, and the defining moment for a Vineyard culture that flourishes for three months eve
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