Penfold, Broughton set course records at Orono Win Penobscot Valley Conference cross-country titles

George Stevens Academy senior Mary Richardson

Blue Hill—As if it wasn’t enough for seniors Brendan Penfold and Eliza Broughton to win the Penobscot Valley Conference cross country championships at Orono High School on October 14, they each set a new course record. Penfold, the sole Deer Isle-Stonington varsity runner, completed the 3.1 mile run in 17:15.52, …

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It’s playoff time for Eagles’ varsity soccer teams

Witham plays off position

Blue Hill—After a hard-fought comeback tie against the Orono Red Riots on October 13, the George Stevens Academy varsity boys soccer team sits in third place in the Heal Point Standings with a 9-1-4 record, below second-place Orono, after regular season games wrapped up this week. The Eagles also posted …

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Post-season game schedule

Post-season game schedule

Cross Country Northern Maine Regional Championships
Saturday, October 21
Troy Howard Middle School, Belfast, 11 a.m.

Class C soccer play offs
GSA girls: Preliminary playoff game, October 20, at Narragaugus.
If they qualify, quarterfinals October 24, TBD.
GSA boys:  Quarterfinals, October 25, home, vs. Bucksport
If they qualify, semifinals October 28, TBD.

Latest scores

Latest scores


Girls soccer (3-8-3)
v. Orono, Oct. 12: L 1-2
Boys soccer (9-1-4)
v. DISHS, Oct. 11: W 4-0
v. Orono, Oct. 13: T 2-2
Volleyball (0-14)
v. Woodland, Oct. 14: L 0-3
Individual State Championships, Natanis Golf Course, Oct. 14: Percy Zentz, 7th of 17, 86; Tyler McKenney, 11th of 17, 89.
PVC Championships, Orono, Oct. 14: Girls: 29 points, 2nd of 4 teams. Eliza Broughton, 1st, 20:43 (new course record); Mary Richardson, 5th, 22:11; Zeya Lorio, 6th, 22:23; Mary Brenna Catus, 8th, 22:37; Grace Broughton, 9th, 23:13. Boys: 82 points, 2nd of 8 teams. Caden Mattson, 4th, 18:43; Max Mattson, 15th, 19:51; Ian Renwick, 17th, 19:53; Sean Schweizer, 22nd, 21:04; Nyahm Wolf, 24th, 21:17.


Girls soccer (0-9-5)
v. Bangor Christian, Oct. 12: L 1-2
v. Calais, Oct. 17: T 1-1
Boys soccer (1-11-2)
v. GSA, Oct. 11: L 0-4
v. Bangor Christian, Oct. 13: L 1-6
PVC Championships, Orono, Oct. 14: Brendan Penfold, 1st, 17:15 (new course record).

GSA golf team picks up third-place at States Wins Sportsmanship Award

2017 Sportsmanship Award

Blue Hill—The George Stevens Academy golf team finished in third place behind Houlton and Mattanawcook Academy at the Maine State Team Championships at Natanis Golf Course in Vasselboro on October 7. A fourth-place finish by junior Percy Zentz highlighted the final team competition of the season for the Eagles. Zentz …

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No losers in Eagles, Mariners girls soccer face-off Final score 2-2

George Stevens Academy senior Nellie Haldane

Blue Hill—The Deer Isle-Stonington High School girls soccer team stunned the Eagles of George Stevens Academy in a 2-2 tie on October 10. The game was the final home game of the season for George Stevens Academy, and the team came out firing in the first half. Less than eight …

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George Stevens soccer teams approaching playoffs

Sophomore Owen Vinall

Blue Hill—The George Stevens Academy boys soccer team’s strong showing this season has been a “pleasant surprise” to head coach Mark Ensworth. After losing eight starters and 11 total seniors last year, Ensworth said it was a bit of a toss up as to how the season could have started. …

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Coach’s Corner – Bonnie Marckoon and Aleta Johnson George Stevens Academy volleyball

Bonnie Marckoon and Aleta Johnson

Blue Hill—The George Stevens Academy volleyball team operates in a unique way from a coaching standpoint. Instead of having a head coach with an assistant, coaches Bonnie Marckoon and Aleta Johnson are sharing the coaching duties evenly as co-coaches after Marckoon took over the program last year in its first …

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Eagle volleyball team falls to Narraguagus

The team psyches itself up

Blue Hill—In three sets that were played more competitively than their scores indicate, the George Stevens Academy varsity volleyball team fell 0-3 to fourth-ranked Narraguagus but never gave up on team spirit. The set scores were 0-25, 16-25, and 13-25 but no set seemed a sure loss until close to …

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