(Varsity Head Coach)
(Varsity Assistant Coach)
(Varsity Assistant Coach)
(Varsity Assistant Coach)
(JV Head Coach)
*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.
Martha's Vineyard 1, Nauset/Cape Tech/Monomoy 1 (February 3, 2016)
The Vineyard spotted the home team a 1-0 lead before adding the equalizer late in the first period, and the two teams played back and forth scoreless hockey the rest of the way for a 1-1 tie in Orleans.
With her team behind 1-0, senior assistant captain Meg Burke scored her first goal of the season late in the opening period. The wrist shot from the left circle was roofed over the shoulder of the Nauset goalie and rang of the crossbar and in. Megan Sonia earned the assist, and the visitors seized the momentum heading into the intermission.
Despite some glorious opportunities at both ends, neither team could find the back of the net. Jackie Hegarty was strong in the Martha's Vineyard net, and Kylie Hatt and Hailey Meader worked with Lacey Dinning and Sally Caron to solidify the Vineyard defensive end. With the tie the Vineyarder's record stands at 4-7-3 on the year (3-5-1 in the SEMGHL).
Recent Martha's Vineyard graduate Aubrey Ashmun scored her first collegiate goal on Saturday at Holy Cross. The Crusaders defeated St. Michael's 5-1.
Holy Cross Womens Hockey
Before the Sandwich game at Gallo Arena, both teams took a moment to honor the injured women's professional hockey player, Denna Laing (#14). Laing's determination and inspirational messages in the face of her "new challenge" has united the hockey community.
Coach Steve Noll and the Sandwich team invited Martha's Vineyard to help send a message back to Denna. The Vineyard was obviously excited to be a part of a movement that is bringing attention to Denna's message.
Here is Denna's message from her Facebook page:
For a long time I have been looking for a new challenge. Even though I was not expecting it be this, here we go. Lets start from the beginning, the best day of my life. I woke up on a beautiful 31st of December and got my dunks because #required. I drove to the rink and walked in with the pack, my pod, and my gold pumps. When we got in there, there were individual name plates and merchandise from the NHL. All I could think about was it was like Christmas. We immediately all had to try everything on. Here are some of the candids of the gals. Then had to sit around for about an hour and then try getting on and off the bus with our skates! We got a police escort and we thought we could find TB12 because we pulled up right into the player tunnels. We got out into some small locker rooms. Bobby gave us his pre game speech and we walked on and saw the field for the first time. I had debated back and forth whether or not to bring my phone and man am I glad I brought it. It was the most beautiful hockey rink I've ever seen. After those first few minutes of skating around tragedy struck. You know the rest.... but I dont want you to feel bad for me. This is a moment to remember for Women's Hockey. We made history that day and I would never take those moments back.
Thank you for the moments.
Martha's Vineyard (JV) 4, Needham 2
Adelaide Keene scored two goals, Lena Hanschka and Sarah Thomas each scored once, as the Martha's Vineyard JV team won their first game of the season over the visitors from Needham.
Hanschka assisted on both of Keene's goals, and sophomore Tiki Greene had two assists to help pace the home team. Jamilyn Joseph stood tall in the Vineyard net stopping 18 Needham shots. The win was a wonderful team effort for the team who have been improving every day.
Pembroke 7, Martha's Vineyard (V) 1
Before the JV game the varsity struggled to keep up with the powerhouse group from Pembroke. Three Titan goals in the first seven minutes sealed the Vineyard fate. The team hung in throughout, and they were rewarded with a goal late in the second period. Paige Araujo and Meg Burke earned helpers on Meghan Sonia's fourth goal of the season. Martha's Vineyard hits the road Wednesday for a nonleague matchup with Sandwich High School at Gallo Arena.
The Ospreys are back!
All girls between the ages of 9-14 are invited to skate with the Ospreys on Mondays and Wednesdays in November. Ice time is from 4:50-5:40pm. Sign up for these free skates at the rink.
The 2014-2015 season wrapped up with the annual end-of-the-year banquet at the high school. Both the JV & Varsity teams honored their players for a great season.
With seniors Olivia Ogden and Aubrey Ashmun finishing their hockey careers, their mom's Jeanne and Cathy "graduate" from their important roles on the Booster Club board.
Jeanne and Cathy both dedicated countless hours to the program. The Club is on outstanding financial footing, but most importantly, their unwavering love and support of the Club will be impossible to replace.
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