Schedule gives Mariner teams break from games Scott's Sports Spot

Mariner huddle

Deer Isle—The girls basketball team has been idle for over a week. We are still undefeated at 12-0 and are currently in third place. Even by winning the rest of our games, we most likely will not get into first place, and I can’t see us moving any lower than …

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GSA track team stays competitive ahead of league, state finals

Senior Mary Richardson

Blue Hill—Competing in the Eastern Maine Indoor Track League, the Eagle boys and girls are making their mark ahead of the league championships and state meet in February. The Eagle runners are competing against runners from large schools to small, as a team and as individuals hoping to qualify for …

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Eagle varsity boys basketball team cruises, girls falter

Saylor Grant attempts a shot

Blue Hill—A fourth-quarter loss by the George Stevens girls team to the Deer Isle-Stonington Mariners and the boys team’s 49-point stomp over Calais marked the past week of GSA varsity basketball play. Junior Julianna Allen’s 22 points and a 17 point half-time lead wasn’t enough to seal the win against …

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Mariner cheering squad signals program’s return

The 2017-18 DISHS Cheerleaders

Deer Isle—The Deer Isle-Stonington cheerleaders are back supporting the home teams after new coach Amber Jones signed on as coach, and will be on the competition circuit, too. Despite a late start to the season, Jones and her 10-member team are working on their routine to compete at the regional …

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Deer Isle girls defeat Jonesport, Sumner Scott's Sports Spot

Crowding

Deer Isle—The Deer Isle-Stonington Mariners basketball team beat Jonesport 41-30 on January 2. Both teams had a cold first half (like the weather) and we led 12-11 at the half. We woke up in the third quarter and stretched our lead to 8 points. Our defense kept us ahead and …

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Eagle varsity boys avenge loss to Lee Academy Ranked #1 at mid-season

A way in

Blue Hill—Revenge may be best served at home for the George Stevens Academy Eagles. The boys varsity basketball team turned the tables on Lee Academy in the fourth quarter on January 7, edging out a 51-42 win and avenging a season-opener loss that had snapped the Eagles’ 27-match wining streak. …

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