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Indoor track preps for postseason

The girls and boys indoor track teams dropped their meets to Nauset Tuesday. The girls lost 59-37, but had standout performances from Eloise and Adrienne Christy. Eloise won the high jump at five feet, and the 300-meter dash with a 45.24 time. Adrienne won the mile at 5:33, and the 1,000 in 3:26.

The boys team saw a 4×4 relay win with a group composed of Zach Utz, Jonathan Norton, Daniel Da Silva, and Duncan Brown. Zach also won the mile race at 4:37, Jonathan won the 1,000-meter in 2:48, and Da Silva won the 600-meter.

Head Coach Joe Schroeder said the team is missing some sprinters and throwers, but the team is training for postseason play.

“We’re just now focusing on getting ready for postseason,” Schroeder said. “Running at the Reggie Lewis Center for the remainder of the season.”

Boys hockey wins two tight contests

Coach Matt Mincone’s boys hockey team is 6-1, but hasn’t been as dominant as that record might indicate. “I may sound like the worst coach in the state whose team is 6-1,” Coach Mincone said. “I don’t want them getting content with things.”

On Saturday, the Vineyarders narrowly defeated Mashpee/Monomoy 2-1 in overtime. MVRHS played sluggishly, and Mashpee/Monomoy, which hadn’t played in a while, came out with high energy, the coach said.

Will Bruguiere scored the game winner in OT. Finn Lewis scored the other goal in that game.

“What I told the team is at the end of the day, a bad win is better than a good loss sometimes,” Coach Mincone said.

On Wedesday, Jan. 12, the team defeated Bourne 4-3. In that game, Will Bruguiere had a hat trick. “He kind of took that one over,” Coach Mincone said. “It was a tight game. The tight games … are becoming too much.”

The team now has some time off before playing Nantucket on Saturday, Jan. 29. The coach would like to reschedule a game that was canceled against Hopkinton because of weather. The gap in games is a result of midterm exams at the high school.

Meanwhile, COVID continues to be a challenge to manage. That along with injuries is making it tough to keep a consistent lineup on the ice, Coach Mincone said.

That being said, the coach said he was able to push the team in practice this week, and was happy with the result. “We’re still in this identity process that should come together,” he said. “We had a great practice, I really pushed them to personal limits, and they got through it, which is awesome to see. I’m super-proud of them. That may be the turning point.”

Girls basketball loses to Sandwich

The girls basketball team fell to Sandwich on Jan. 13 in a 57-39 loss. Despite the final score, the girls lost by only 18, which was closer than the team’s last bout with Sandwich. 

Vineyarders Maria Andrade and Alaina Giordano scored 14 points each. Alaina scored four threes in the fourth quarter, with three of them coming as a hat trick. The team was supposed to play Dover-Sherborn on Monday, but the game was canceled.

Coach Melissa Braillard told The Times that the …….

Source: https://www.mvtimes.com/2022/01/19/mvrhs-sports-highlights-15/

Indoor track preps for postseason

The girls and boys indoor track teams dropped their meets to Nauset Tuesday. The girls lost 59-37, but had standout performances from Eloise and Adrienne Christy. Eloise won the high jump at five feet, and the 300-meter dash with a 45.24 time. Adrienne won the mile at 5:33, and the 1,000 in 3:26.

The boys team saw a 4×4 relay win with a group composed of Zach Utz, Jonathan Norton, Daniel Da Silva, and Duncan Brown. Zach also won the mile race at 4:37, Jonathan won the 1,000-meter in 2:48, and Da Silva won the 600-meter.

Head Coach Joe Schroeder said the team is missing some sprinters and…….

Indoor track preps for postseason

The girls and boys indoor track teams dropped their meets to Nauset Tuesday. The girls lost 59-37, but had standout performances from Eloise and Adrienne Christy. Eloise won the high jump at five feet, and the 300-meter dash with a 45.24 time. Adrienne won the mile at 5:33, and the 1,000 in 3:26.

The boys team saw a 4×4 relay win with a group composed of Zach Utz, Jonathan Norton, Daniel Da Silva, and Duncan Brown. Zach also won the mile race at 4:37, Jonathan won the 1,000-meter in 2:48, and Da Silva won the 600-meter.

Head Coach Joe Schroeder said the team is missing some sprinters and…….

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