Blue Hill—The 2017-18 high school basketball season is officially under way, and the George Stevens Academy girls team has one goal—making it back to the Cross Insurance Center. The team will have a different look both on the court and on the sideline this season, as senior and 1,000-point scorer …
Blue Hill—The George Stevens Academy boys soccer team’s season was brought to an end in Fort Kent in a 0-4 Class C North finals loss on November 2. The Eagles took the field in rainy, 41-degree weather at the time of kick-off at the University of Maine at Fort Kent. …
Blue Hill—Skillful defense at the net by the George Stevens Academy Eagles and the Orono Red Riots created a tense, edge-of-your-seat semifinal playoff game before the Eagles won 1-0 on October 28. Big saves at the net by both teams—including senior Payson Allen’s block at an open look by Orono …
Blue Hill—The George Stevens Academy golf season is wrapped, with the team posting an 18-2 regular season record and taking the Class C North Sportsmanship award. Coach Dwayne Carter said his team continued to progress and improve throughout. Their only two losses were to Class B Old Town, which lost …
BLUE HILL—Dominant offensive play by the George Stevens Academy boys varsity soccer team led to a 4-0 quarterfinal win against Bucksport today in a game marked by aggressive play from both teams. Bucksport ends its season at 7-8. Freshman Michael Moon scored two goals, while senior Taylor Schildroth scored …
Blue Hill—The Eagles cross-country girls team captured a first-place finish in the regional championship race on October 21, with senior Eliza Broughton winning the Northern Class C girls’ title. The boys finished second behind Orono. Broughton shaved 11 seconds off her personal record set at the Belfast track earlier this …
Rain delays boys varsity soccer playoffs
Blue Hill—The George Stevens Academy varsity boys soccer team should have had its quarterfinal game played and, hopefully, won by now, with their semifinal game on Friday, but heavy wind and rain has pushed back the schedule.
The Eagles are now tentatively scheduled to host #6 Bucksport (7-7) on FRiday, October 27 at 2 p.m., according to GSA Athletic Director Larry Gray. If the #3 Eagles (9-1-4) take the quarterfinal win, they will likely face #2 Orono (9-1-4) in Orono on Saturday, tentatively set for noon— unless #7 Central (7-6-1) pulls a major upset against Orono in their quarterfinal.
Girls soccer (4-9-3)
v. Narraguagus, Oct. 20: W 5-2 (prelims)
v. Dexter, Oct. 24: L 1-2 (quarterfinals)
Northern Maine Regionals, Belfast: Girls: 46 points, 1st of 8 teams. Eliza Broughton, 1st, 19:33; Mary Richardson, 7th, 20:30; Zeya Lorio, 9th, 20:57; Mary Brenna Catus, 13th, 21:38; Grace Broughton, 19th, 22:07. Boys: 104 points, 2nd of 13 teams. Caden Mattson, 7th, 17:42; Max Mattson, 16th, 18:41; Ian Renwick, 25th, 19:05; Sean Schweizer, 38th, 20:08; Nyahm Wolf, 45th, 20:42.
Northern Maine Regionals, Belfast: Brendan Penfold, 1st place, 16:40.
Blue Hill—A 2-1 quarterfinal loss to the No. 2 ranked Dexter Tigers ended the season for the George Stevens Academy girls soccer team on October 24, but the game was not without a controversial storyline. Coach Steve Bemiss said that a shot off the bottom of the crossbar bounced straight …