VMariners face Bucksport tonight; Mariners v GSA girls game postponed

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.


GSA Eagles beat Piscataquis, Sumner for 9 in a row

The Eagles won 51-46 at  #12 Sumner on January 15, for its ninth win in a row. Jarrod Chase led the team with 16 points. The victory followed a win against #7 Piscataquis, where solid defense saw GSA increase its lead in every period for a  final score of 59-37. Taylor Schildroth led that …

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Varsity swim team posts wins over Caribou, Presque Isle in ‘best meet of the year’

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The George Stevens Academy varsity swim team won on points against Caribou and Presque Isle and in individual events against Ellsworth when the Eagles hosted a meet on January 3. In the “dual” meet, swimmers from the four schools competed in all events, but each scored points against only two …

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GSA girls 5-4 after win at Sumner

  GSA girls 5-4 after win at Sumner The Eagles varsity girls won 59-38 at Sumner on January 5 to raise their record to 5-4. Morgan Dauk’s 29-point performance paced the Eagles, while  Hannah Gutow and Megan Nowland each scored nine. The victory followed a 37-29 loss on December 27 to #4 …

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Lady Eagles do ‘a great thing,’ collect toys for tots

Toys for Tots program gets boost from GSA girls basketball squad

Blue Hill—While rival teams duked it out on the court, there was an undercurrent of cooperation and holiday cheer among those in attendance at the December 11 GSA vs. Bucksport girls basketball game. The Lady Eagles had asked people to bring toys for needy families in place of money for …

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