Click here to see an example of the heal point system. Mariner fans can take heart in the fact that the girls varsity basketball team is holding on to the last slot that qualifies for post-season play. Meanwhile, the Eagles boys team keeps sliding between the third and fifth ranking despite …
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Junior Hanna Gutow maneuvers for a shot against Bucksport.
With victories against Bucksport, Central and Searsport in the last week of regular season play, the Eagles extended their winning streak to 15, ending regular season play in the #2 spot in the Heal Point Standings. Their only losses came in the first three games of the season. The team heads to …
With one week left in the regular season, the varsity Eagles look in stand-out shape, boys and girls. Both teams face an intense schedule because of changes caused by recent snowstorms. The boys notched their 12th straight win in a 60-56 win over Class B Mount Desert Island on January 28, …
GSA’s Taylor Schildroth scores.
Mariner Matt Duddy works around the defense of GSA’s Sidney Beardsworth.
The George Stevens Academy girls and boys both won against Foxcroft Academy at a dual meet with Ellsworth on January 23. The girls edged out a 49-44 win while the boys triumphed 58-13. The victories follow a win by both teams at Washington Academy. While team points counted only against …
The Eagles boys and girls swim teams won at Foxcroft Academy on January 23. The girls edged out a 49-44 win while the boys triumphed 58-13. Alexey Propokov, Lucas Theoharidis, Evan Soukup and Garrison Looke won their first 200 yard freestyle relay , while Maya Pelletier won the women’s 200 …
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.
A 46-32 come-from-behind win against #10 Washington Academy on January 19 boosted the Eagles varsity girls to a 7-6 record and a #8 spot in the Heal Point Standings. The girls overcame a 14-9 deficit at the first quarter to outscore Washington Academy 37-18 the rest of the way, holding …