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FIELD HOCKEY VS LEWISTON BLUE DEVILS
The Girls Field Hockey team opened the season with a 3-0 win over Lewiston ... Read more
GOLF VS LEWISTON BLUE DEVILS
The Golf team squared off against the Lewiston Blue Devils at the Highland Green ... View photos
2016 CROSS COUNTRY ALUMNI RACE
And they're off. The Eagles kicked off their season with a visit to Cony to participate ... Read more
FOOTBALL MEDIA NIGHT MEET THE EAGLES
Late Breaking Scores - Aug 31, 2016
FIELD HOCKEY: Mt Ararat 3 - Lewiston 0
GOLF: Mt Ararat 8.5 - Lewiston .5
Aug 31, 2016 - Eagles Off to Fast Start with 3-0 Victory over Lewiston
The Girls Field Hockey team opened the season with a 3-0 win over Lewiston. Abby Malbon gave the Eagles a 1-0 lead at the half and Magan Thomas-Copland scored a second half goal and assisted on freshman's Wyley Fitzpatrick's first (of many to come) career goal as the Eagles coasted to a 3-0 win over the host Blue Devils. Watch out for this team this year. They will surprise.
Aug 26, 2016 - Drive Out Cancer Tributes and Balloon Release Video
The Girls Field Hockey hosted the third annual Drive out Cancer tournament. It was the most successful yet. Seven teams participated including Morse, Boothbay, Freeport, Maranacook, Lincoln Academy, and Brunswick. Beyond a complete day of spirited play on the field, the teams partook in 'balloon release' to honor those who have fallen from this devastating disease.
Aug 26, 2016 - Team Rusty at the American Legion 5K race
Rusty Wilkins and his cousin James Anderson competed at the American Legion 5k road race.
Aug 26, 2016 - Eagles Open Season at Laliberte Invitational
And they're off. The Eagles kicked off their season with a visit to Cony to participate in the Scot Laliberte Invitational, an annual event that Cony has hosted in honor of Scot Laliberte who passed away in a tragic accident in 2000.
It's early in the season and the Eagles were still shaking off the cobwebs after a relaxing summer vacation. Not to worry. Coach Fournier understands patience is a virtue and she has a track record of preparing her athletes to peak when the meets matter. So, although it was not a walk in the park, we can expect much more from the Eagles as the season progresses. The event featured separate races for the Varsity and JV.
Katherine Leckbee warmed up for the season with a 3rd place finish. It wasn't her best race, but it was a strong building block for the rest of the season. Newbie Rebecca French had a solid first outing finishing 35th overall. She was followed by Sara York (40), Josie Miller (60), Hope Langworthy (61) and Katie Lynch (70). There is a solid nucleus of talent in that bunch and I predict drastic improvement over the course of the season.
The Eagles have depth and it showed in the JV race. Freshman Anna (Action) Jackson topped a gaggle of Eagle Girls who ran closely bunched behind Anna. Anna finished 5th followed in quick succession by sophomores Caitlin Chambers (6), Zoe Stevenson (7), Emily Smith (8), and Cassie Kane (9) . Freshman Fay O'Donnell submitted a solid race finishing 12th trailed by Lexie Thompson in 13th place. Lindsey Papa (16), and new comers Caroline Wheeler (33) and Nellie Ickes-Coon (34) continued to stretch out their legs in early season action.
Lisandro Berry-Giveria introduced himself to the high school track world with an impressive 2nd place finish in the shortened 2.4 mile race. Eagan Eldridge looked strong on a hot day finishing 16th. Tyler Bernier stepped up his game and finished 32nd. The old guard contingent of seniors consisting of Aaron Hyde (33), Matt Donovan (68), Colin Ingalls (69), and Steven Gerencer (77) finished out the top 7 Eagles.
In the JV race, freshman Lucas Bergeron strode to a comfortable first place finish by 40 seconds. Newcomer Josiah Langworthy finished 14th and veteran runner Edwin Ickes-Coon was right on his heels in 17th place. Gideon Wheeler and freshman Colton Chubbuck made it a race to the finish with Gideon nosing out Colton at the tape. Tim Cox (29), Bailey Ruth (31), Tom Dau (33), Hunter Beebe (40), Jeffrey Remis, Jack Mathieu , Sam Gatchall, Matt Kenison, Keegan Brown, Gabriel Crowley, and Nathan Ickes-Coon all ran well in the first race of the season.
Aug 24, 2016 - Media Night - Introducing the 2016 Football Team