(Varsity Head Coach)
(Varsity Assistant Coach)
(Varsity Assistant Coach)
(JV Head Coach)
*Thanks to Robin Davies for taking the 2014-2015 team and individual pictures for the varsity & jv teams.
*Thanks as always to Island Source (formerly Vineyard Bottled Water) for donating the water in the varsity locker room for the season.
* All home varsity games are available on demand at MVTV. Thanks to Ann Lemenager, and all our sponsors, for making the games available.
* Thanks to Robin Davies for the great pictures that are available on this site and the "Friends of Girls Hockey" Facebook page.
Martha's Vineyard 1, Quincy/North Quincy 0 (January 18, 2015)
Martha's Vineyard used stifling team defense, timely offense, and a strong work ethic to defeat Quincy/North Quincy to capture the program's first Nan Rheault Tournament title.
After beating perennial rival Scituate with an offensive explosion in the tournament opener, the Vineyard clamped down on defense in the finale. Kiara Vought and Belle Dinning set up Sydney Davies 2:40 into the contest, and that goal would prove to be all the Vineyard would need on the afternoon.
Despite many chances to make it a two goal cushion, Martha's Vineyard would not let nerves get in the way of preserving the victory. Goaltender Jackie Hegarty came up with many big saves to earn the shutout. Two four-year senior defensemen, Olivia Ogden and Erin Hegarty were instrumental in helping Jackie on the back end. Aubrey Ashmun and Davies were also strong on both ends of the ice as they competed in their fourth Nan Rheault. Vought, Megan Hurley and Katrina Lakis all celebrated the victory in their last tournament appearance.
Cape Cod Times
Martha's Vineyard Gazette
Martha's Vineyard 9, Scituate 3 (January 17, 2015)
Seven different Vineyarders found the back of the net, and Martha's Vineyard exploded in the first round of the 14th annual Nan Rheault tournament against their arch-rivals from Scituate. With the victory, Martha's Vineyard will play in the championship game for the first time in four years when they host Quincy/North Quincy Sunday at 1pm.
Julia Levesque got the scoring going less than two minutes into the contest, and Sydney Davies (two goals), Belle Dinning, and Aubrey Ashmun lit the lamp to race the home team to a 5-0 lead after one period of play.
Scituate scored early in the second, but Ashmun finished a breakaway with four seconds left in the middle stanza to keep the five goal cushion. Scituate star Corey Murray scored twice in the third, but Kylie Hatt, Ashmun, and Katrina Lakis's first varsity goal kept the Vineyard offense pumping. Jackie Hegarty was strong in net, and Martha's Vineyard celebrated briefly knowing a big opportunity awaits in Sunday's championship game.
The Boston Bruins graciously donated a game sweater signed by the 2014 team. The jersey will be raffled off at the varsity's last home game (February 19). Tickets for the raffle are $10 each, and they are available from any hockey player