Sealander takes 3rd and 4th at swim states, team takes 10th

Freshman Ava Sealander

Orono—Freshman Ava Sealander capped a standout year with top-four finishes at the state swimming championships on February 16. In the 200 yard individual medley, she placed fourth, and took home a third-place finish in the 100 yard butterfly. Sophomore Maya Pelletier placed eighth in the 500 yard freestyle. As a …

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Eagles fall 68-57 to Orono in quarterfinals

Kelsey Allen lays it up

Bangor—The Eagles faced #7 Orono in the Eastern Maine Class C boys quarterfinals on February 18 at the Cross Insurance Center and never quite got up, falling 68-57. Senior Kelsey Allen led GSA scoring with 21 points, freshman Taylor Schildroth contributed 10 and junior Nick Szwez scored nine. Allen opened …

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Eagles girls fall in last minute of prelim game

The Eagles huddle

Sometimes it all comes down to the last seconds of play. That was the case when the George Stevens Academy varsity girls faced the eighth-ranked Mattanawcook team on February 10 in Lincoln. At stake was a trip to the Cross Center for the Class C tournament quarterfinals. The ninth-ranked Eagles …

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Eagles hot streak lands them at #2 heading into tournament

Senior Finn Davis-Batts goes for a lay-up

With victories against Bucksport, Central and Searsport in the last week of regular season play, the Eagles extended their winning streak to 15, ending regular season play  in the #2 spot in the Heal Point Standings. Their only losses came in the first three games of the season. The team heads to …

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Mariner cheerleaders place fifth at states

The Mariners will bring their qualifying routine to the states

Deer Isle—The small but strong Mariner cheerleading squad placed fifth at the  Class D cheerleading championships at the Augusta Civic Center on Saturday, February 7—exactly what Coach Kim Yurchick hoped for.  “Our goal is to move up the ladder at states, hopefully a few spots from regionals,”  Coach Kim Yurchick said, …

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