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, …
The Deer Isle-Stonington cheerleaders perform at the Class D Regional Championships at the Cross Center on January 24. They placed eighth, earning them a spot at the state championships on February 7 at the Augusta Civic Center. Go Mariners!
GSA’s Taylor Schildroth scores.
Mariner Matt Duddy works around the defense of GSA’s Sidney Beardsworth.
Photo by Jack Scott
The Mariners and Golden Bucks wait for the rebound on January 24. DIS lost 54-33. Photo by Jack Scott
Photo by Jack Scott
Mariner girls rally in the second half to win 47-37 over Bucksport on January 24.
Mariners face Bucksport tonight; Mariners v GSA girls game postponed
The boys face Bucksport in their last home game tonight with a 7 p.m. tip-off. The girls start the play first at 5:30 p.m.
The Mariners v. GSA girls scheduled game on Saturday, January 24 has been postponed because of expected snowfall. The new time is next Saturday, January 31, in Deer Isle. Varsity tip-off is 7 p.m. following the J.V. game.
And if all goes according to schedule, the Mariners will face GSA in Blue Hill on Monday, January 26 at 7 p.m.
The Deer Isle-Stonington boys basketball team lost to Bangor Christian 65-38. We played BC pretty even until the end of the first quarter when BC dropped in a couple three-pointers and a two-pointer to lead 13-6. We caught up in the second quarter until the end of the quarter again, …
The girls basketball team beat Bangor Christian hand ily 44-18. Our press pretty much stifled BC’s offense and we caused many turnovers. We led 25-9 at the half and stretched the lead from there. Coach Randy Shepard was able to put in the younger players for most of the fourth …
The girls won and the boys lost when the Mariners hosted Bangor Christian on Thursday, January 15. The girls controlled the game from start to finish, winning 44-18. The boys posted a 63-38 loss, giving up 19 points in the third quarter after holding it close in the first half. Mason …