Mariner cheerleaders ready to compete at the Cross Center Eastern regionals to be held January 24

The DIS cheerleaders work the crowd

Deer Isle—The Deer Isle-Stonington cheerleaders are getting ready to head to the Cross Center in Bangor on Saturday, January 24. They will compete in the Class D Eastern Regional Championships, their first competition of the season. “The cheerleaders have been working hard on their competition routine,” Coach Kim Yurchick said. …

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Cheer on the Mariners tonight!

The varsity boys and girls teams host Bangor Christian tonight, January 15, at the Deer Isle-Stonington High School. The boys are 2-9 and looking for a win. Ranked #20, they tip off against #11 Bangor Christian at 7 p.m. The girls 4-7 record has earned them a #13 ranking, four spots …

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Boys lose, girls win as Mariners host Penobscot Valley

  Boys lose, girls win as Mariners host Penobscot Valley The Deer Isle-Stonington Mariners hosted Penobscot Valley on January 3. The girls pulled ahead in the third quarter  and held on to win their game 58-54 but the boys fell 54-46 after leading by 10 points going into the second …

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Mariners face Penobscot Valley to start the new year

Mariners Matt Duddy and Ethan Shepard fight for the rebound with Max Mattson of the Eagles at Deer Isle-Stonington. Photo by Jack Scott

Mariners Matt Duddy and Ethan Shepard fight for the rebound with Max Mattson of the Eagles at Deer Isle-Stonington. Photo by Jack Scott

The Mariners boys and girls will host Penobscot Valley on January 3, with the girls starting things off at 1 p.m. Will the home crowd help turn things around for the teams? The girls are 1-4 after losses to GSA (59-42) on December 23 and Searsport (58-35) on December 20, while the boys are 2-5 after falling to Searsport 66-32 on December 19. Bu first, the girls travel to Sumner on Tuesday, December 30, with a 5:30 p.m. tip-off.

Mariner Holli Boyce faces  the Eagles defense, led by #23 Megan Nowland, when GSA hosted Deer Isle-Stonington on December 23. Photo by Franklin Brown.

Mariner Holli Boyce faces the Eagles defense, led by #23 Megan Nowland, when GSA hosted Deer Isle-Stonington on December 23. Photo by Franklin Brown.

At home and away, Mariners boys and girls fall to Searsport

At home and away, Mariners boys and girls fall to Searsport

On Saturday, December 20, the Deer Isle-Stonington girls suffered a 58-35 loss at Searsport, with  Allyson Eaton leading the way for the Mariners with 14 points. Allison Cormier added 8. The girls are 2-3, with wins over Bucksport and Jonesport-Beals. They face Bangor Christian in an away game on Monday, December 22 at 5:30 p.m., followed by the boys at 7 p.m. And on Tuesday, December 23, they play the GSA Eagles at Blue Hill with a 7 p.m. tip-off.

The boys lost  at home to Searsport the night before to the same team, in a game where they fell steadily behind each quarter for a final score of 66-32. Senior Jared Gove scored 7 points. The boys are now 2-5, with wins over Jonesport-Beals and Penobscot Valley.

GSA boys surpass Mariners at Deer Isle-Stonington

  The GSA Eagles rolled over the Mariners on December 17 at Deer Isle, jumping ahead to a quick lead and never letting go. Kelsey Allen led with 17 points, while Jarrod Chase scored 16. Jared Gove paced the Mariners with 9 for a final score of 77-32. The Mariners are 2-4 after …

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Mariners boys follow Bucksport loss with strong win Scott's Sport Spot

Shepard battles

The boys basketball team lost 59-34 at Bucksport on December 10. We played the first half pretty close, and only trailed 28-20 at the half. Bucksport was able to use their height inside and dominate us in the third period to put the game out of reach. Coach Brian Billings …

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DIS Lady Mariners overpower Jonesport, Bucksport Scott's Sport Spot

Shepard defends

The girls basketball team used an energetic third quarter to beat Bucksport 58-42. We were tied 20-20 at the half, and Coach Randy Shepard had us change our defense, and we played much more aggressively to outscore Bucksport 25-11 and have a 14 point lead after three quarters. By putting …

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