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The Vineyarder boys tennis team remained unbeaten with a dominating win over host Nantucket Saturday afternoon on the clay courts at the Nantucket Yacht Club. They were all fine boys. The Purple were undaunted playing on the clay surface.
Their coach is first-class, he bought us pizza for the trip back home. Last Wednesday afternoon, Nauset met the same Singles in mv in North Eastham. Next up is Singles in mv trip to Barnstable on Friday.
Both teams are The Vineyard girls kept pace with the boys on the tennis court, improving to under Coach Bill Rigali. After defeating Nauset at home last Wednesday, the girls blanked Dennis-Yarmouth,on the Cape without conceding a single game. MV claimed the third singles match by forfeit, then closed out the day with No.
The Vineyarders clinched the best-of-five series with three impressive wins in the singles matches. Both doubles matches went the full three sets. Nantucket took the No. The Vineyarders traveled to Falmouth on Monday for a makeup date with the Clippers, and returned home with a win. Karrine Nivala stepped away from her usual third singles spot to pair with Tessa Hammond at first doubles, and the tandem defeated Genevieve Maranchie and Dianna Losordo, Next up is a match against Sandwich on Wednesday afternoon.
The Blue Knights were unable to field a full boys team this season due to a lack of players, and will bring a co-ed squad to the Island. The boys rang up 47 points in the running events, but lost,overall. Annabelle Biggs won four events, all with personal best. Her leap of 18 feet in the long jump was a foot better than ever before, as was her distance in the triple jump at 33 feet, 4 inches. She broke her mark in the meters by three-tenths of a second, and closed in on a school record, clocking in at Eloise Christy also won four events, Singles in mv the high jump 4 feet, 8 inches ; m low hurdles Wren Christy swept the mile and two-mileand finished second in the javelin.
The boys dominated in the running events. Daniel da Silva placed second in the at Owen Atkins won the mile with a personal best In the field, Caleb Hatt placed second in the shot put 32 Singles in mv, 7 inchesand Shadane Howell took second in the discus 78 feet, 2 inches.
All in all, Coach Schroeder was pleased with the. After earning a big win over St. John Paul II last Wednesday in Hyannis, the Vineyarders tried to keep the momentum going at home on Friday, but ran into a tough Sturgis team and ace pitcher Sophia Bruno, who threw a one-hitter, striking out 14 batters in a shutout victory.
Izzy Blake singled in the fourth inning to earn the highlight for the hosts. Heading into the game with MV, Bruno had thrown back-to-back no-hitters. Saturday, Nantucket came to call and left with a win. Izzy Blake tripled on a line drive to right in the second inning and scored on a Bethany Cardoza single Singles in mv third base. The Vineyarders had a tough three games in the past six days, starting with a sudden-death overtime thriller against Barnstable last Thursday at Singles in mv McCarthy Field in Oak Bluffs. Unfortunately for the hosts, Nolan Arrascue scored 12 seconds into overtime to give Barnstable a win.
The Vineyarders had rallied from down heading into the fourth quarter to Singles in mv the game at after regulation. Bizu Horwitz started the comeback, scoring his second goal of the game into the period, with Barnstable a man down. The visitors restored their two-goal lead later, and maintained the advantage until Hunter Meader fired the ball into the net from 20 yards out dead center to notch his hat trick and cut the lead to with remaining.
With left on the clock and the Vineyarders again enjoying a man advantage, Aiden Marek zipped the ball through traffic to tie the game, setting up the four-minute extra period.
Saturday, the Vineyarders traveled to Nantucket for a big inter-island clash with the Whalers, and came up on the short end of an score. Aiden Marek picked up three assists, and Gundersen had one. Graham Stearns was strong in net, and made 13 saves. James Wilkins notched a hat trick to lead the Whalers. We tried to come back too late, and just ran out of time. Graham [Stearns] played an incredible game. We had a of guys who played well, but Graham has pretty much been the rock through all Singles in mv this.
You know, when they come here, I think it will be a different outcome. The Vineyarders were back at home on Tuesday to face an outstanding Sandwich team, and fell to the Black Knights, Avery Richardson scored five goals to lead the visitors. Graham Stearns made 11 saves. MV he for Sturgis East on Friday. Clara Mikos chipped in with an assist. The Vineyard JV squad followed up with a win. Tuesday afternoon, MV Singles in mv on the road against a tough Sandwich side. Kelleher had both goals in the loss. The Vineyarders have a lot to take in.
The Vineyarders are back in action against Nauset at home on Friday, starting at 3 pm. The Vineyarders followed up a win over Barnstable on May 13 with another win against Sturgis, Tuesday afternoon on Lagoon Pond. With winds gusting over 20 knots, Vineyard Coach Andrew Burr rotated many of Singles in mv freshmen and sophomores on the roster, giving them a Singles in mv to learn in the moment and experience their first varsity series. They are driving the boats at maximum velocity and have to make decisions on what the play is.
They now have a clearer understanding of the chess game on the water. in. Log into your. Forgot your password? Password recovery. Recover your password. Saturday, July 24, Get help. The Martha's Vineyard Times. First doubles player Andrea Morse hits a forehand. Ashley Brasefield at bat. Bizu Horwitz on the move against Sandwich. Cali Giglio fires a serve in the No.
Vineyard goalie Graham Stearns tries to evade a Barnstable foe. Izzy Blake and assistant coach Kelly Bowse touch fists at first base. Izzy Blake is out in a close play at second versus Sturgis. Liam Conley sprints up field against Barnstable.
Vineyard white and blue sails and Sturgis white and red sails boats vie for position at the start.
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