It was a strange week for the Martha's Vineyard football team. On Wednesday the school got word that it would play Providence Country Day on Nov. 21. That game replaces the annual Island Bowl against Nantucket. But the next day the news wasn't so good. Charlestown had to forfeit its game Friday against the Vineyard because the team had less than 10 healthy bodies. Officially, Martha's Vineyard is 1-1 and will have another week before playing its first-ever Eastern Athletic Conference game at home against Coyle & Cassidy.