Eagle girls lose semifinal battle against Orono, boys fall to Washington

The boys and girls varsity soccer teams faced the top-ranked Class C teams and walked away defeated on October 30, winding up a strong season that saw both teams outplay their quarterfinal opponents to make it to the semifinals. The girls lost 4-0 to Orono, playing at the Hampden Academy …

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Eagles face down Orono 2-1 in quarterfinals

ORONO—Powered by two goals by John Larson early in the second half, the George Stevens Academy boys varsity soccer team faced down #4 Orono  2-1 in a quarterfinal match up. After a first half that saw GSA scrambling to defend its goal, only to let Orono score with 6:50 to go, the Eagles …

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Double OT win sends GSA girls to semis

MILO—With the score tied at 0-0 half way through the second overtime, and a semifinal berth on the line, the Eagles’ Nellie Haldane scored off an assist from Morgan Dauk, edging the Eagles past Penquis Valley for a 1-0 win. “Basically, things started to click,” Coach Steve Bemiss said. “Morgan …

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Eagles, Mariner top Class C Northern Regionals, Hassett takes first

BELFAST—Running a 16:20.01 three-mile race in Belfast, George Stevens Academy junior John Hassett swept the Class C Northern Regional championship in cross country on Saturday, October 24. Across 277 runners in Class A, B and C, he placed fifth, ahead of the state championships next Saturday in Cumberland Area high …

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Hassett fastest runner at PVC Invitational Boys, girls teams place second

Hassett wins PVCs

Lincoln—George Stevens Academy junior John Hassett took home the championship at the Penobscot Valley Conference Cross Country Invitational on October 17 in Lincoln with the fastest overall time of 101 runners across the small and large school divisions. At 16:14.28, he was the only runner to break 17 minutes for …

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Eagles varsity girls locked in for playoffs

Eagle Grace Hylan

Blue Hill—With the regular season in the books, George Stevens Academy varsity girls soccer team is ranked fifth, guaranteeing them a spot in the post-season quarterfinals. The girls will face #4 Penquis Valley, in Milo, which edged them out for the home field advantage that comes with the fourth-place ranking. …

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GSA boys to face Orono in playoffs

Eagle Beowulf Urban

Blue Hill—The Eagles varsity boys soccer team, neck-and-neck with Orono through much of the season, was edged out of the fourth spot—and home field advantage—for their playoff quarterfinal game against the Red Riots on October 28. GSA’s 9-4-1 regular season record bests Orono’s, which stands at 6-5-3, but falls behind …

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GSA boys streak for three wins, girls tie Ellsworth

Cameron Gordon defends the ball near the GSA goal.Photo by, Franklin Brown

BLUE HILL—The Eagles varsity boys finessed a close 3-2 win over #4 Orono on October 10, powered by three goals by Beowulf Urban, with an assist on the first by Taylor Schildroth. The win followed a 2-1 victory over Bucksport two days earlier. The third win—3-1 over Deer Isle-Stonington on …

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Eagles golf team swings at states

Tyler McKenney

Vassalboro—The Eagles varsity golf team finished up the season with a respectable eighth place showing at the state championships at the Natanis Golf Club in Vassalboro. The Eagles were edged out of the seventh spot by one stroke, finishing at +114 to Penobscot Valley’s +113. Mattanawcook won the title with …

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Cross Country heads into championship season

Oliver Broughton

The Eagles varsity runners are deep in the season, as they head to Lincoln for the Penobscot Valley Conference Championships on Saturday. They enter the championship season with a strong showing at the Pendale Invitational meet at Hermon last week, where the girls  team took first, the boys took second, …

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