(Varsity Head 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.
* Thanks to Robin Davies for the great pictures that are available on this site and the "Friends of Girls Hockey" Facebook page.
* Girl's Hockey Auction is Saturday, February 1 at the Ocean View. Please come and support the program.
* Raffle tickets are available from and of the players. Hotel in Boston and tickets to the Bruins game are the grand prize.
Over 30 girls participated in the inaugural Digit Murphy camp at Martha's Vineyard Arena. A great cross section of local and off island players took part in this prestigious camp. Martha's Vineyard has never had a camp dedicated to just female hockey players, and the excitement and skill level was obvious. Coach Murphy, current head coach of the Boston Blades and former Brown University head coach, was a great resource for all the kids, and she looks forward to returning next summer
Girl's pickup hockey (7th grade and up) is scheduled for Sunday's July 13-August 24.
Contact Angie Grant at the MV Arena to sign up.
3 on 3 Girl's Hockey. Beginning July 16, and continuing every Wednesday throughout the summer.
An amazing summer camp, run by legendary women's coach Digit Murphy, is coming to MV Arena August 4-7.
Go to Digit Murphy's web site for more information and to sign up.
Congratulations to four Martha's Vineyard players for making the roster of the Coastal team, and will compete in the 2014 Bay State Games.
The games will be held July 10-13 in Foxboro
Varsity 2013-2014 Coaches Awards:
MVP- Callie Jackson
7th Player Award- Alex Clark
Coaches Award- Emily Hammett
Most Improved Player- Courtney Howell
Most Improved Player- Haven Huck
2014 SEMGHL All Stars:
Algonquin 3, Martha's Vineyard 2 (February 26, 2014- MIAA Tournament)
Martha's Vineyard showed resiliency throughout their first round state tournament game, but time ran out as they attempted to battle back from a two-goal third period deficit. Algonquin proved themselves to be a strong and experienced group, but the Vineyard used strong goaltending, good team defense and team character to hang in until the final buzzer finally signaled the end of their season.
Seniors Callie Jackson, Alex Clark and Haven Huck pitched in for the unfortunate loss of senior co-captain Emily Hammett to provide solid examples for their teammates, and again reinforced what they meant to the program for the last four seasons. Jackson'g goal in the second period (assisted by Alex Clark) cut the Algonquin lead to 2-1. A late second period tally from the visitors could have deflated the Vineyarders, but a strong second half of the third period created drama at the Martha's Vineyard Arena.
Junior Sydney Davies knocked in a rebound of a Kylie Hatt point shot, and the Vineyard had renewed life down only 3-2. The last four minutes showed the teams determination, as they bore down in an attempt to send the game into overtime. Two glorious chances in the last two minutes were denied by the Algonquin netminder, and time eventually ran out on the home team.
Martha's Vineyard holds their collective heads up high after another wonderful season. The seniors leave with a legacy of 40 wins, three consecutive state tournament appearances and the understanding that they helped build Martha's Vineyard girl's hockey into a respectful winter fixture for the island to be proud of.