Eagles open varsity tennis season on home court

Mariner Devin Emrick and Eagle Kent Fang end their match. Photo by Tate Yoder

Blue Hill—With rosters thin with team members not yet back from spring vacation, George Stevens played host to Deer Isle-Stonington on April 24 to open both schools’ varsity tennis season. Although the Eagles won all matches—the Mariner girls forfeited both double matches due to missing players—it was a way for …

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GSA baseball team jumps to 2-0 season start

Senior Gage Clapp

Blue Hill—The Eagles varsity baseball team opened its season showing why it captured the Class C North regional title win in 2016—a tight infield and an astute eye at bat. In the team’s home opener against Sumner on April 18, the Eagles sprinted to a 4-1 lead after one inning, …

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GSA Eagles bring home Class C state title in last-second thriller Chase three-pointer clinches win

BANGOR – With under 10 seconds left in the fourth quarter, George Stevens Academy’s Jarrod Chase and the Eagles found themselves tied 44-44 against the Winthrop Ramblers in the Class C state championship. The senior captain told his coach he wanted the ball in the final seconds. “I knew I wanted …

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GSA Eagles win second straight Class C North title Will face Winthrop in state championships

BANGOR –  The first-place George Stevens Academy Eagles used a 20-point fourth quarter to win its second Class C North title in as many years, taking a 59-45 victory over the second-seeded Fort Fairfield Tigers February 25 at the Cross Insurance Center. The game was tied 39-39 at the end …

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GSA Eagle girls fall short in Class C Regional final

BANGOR – George Stevens Academy’s 18-point fourth quarter was not enough to overcome a six-point third quarter deficit, falling to the fifth-seeded Dexter Tigers, 32-35, in the Class C North Girls Regional final game February 25 at the Cross Insurance Center. Sophomore Julianna Allen knocked down a three to close …

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Eagles soar over Dexter Gain berth in Class C North regional finals

BANGOR – The George Stevens Academy Eagles used stifling defense in the first half to propel them to a 60-31 Class C North semifinal win over the Dexter High School Tigers on February 24 at the Cross Insurance Center. The top-seeded Eagles allowed just 10 points in the first half …

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PCHS no match for George Stevens girls Eagles earn Northern title bid

BANGOR—The George Stevens Academy girls varsity basketball team are headed for a Northern Class C title match tomorrow night after vanquishing #3 Piscataquis 50-29 in a semifinal match up at the Cross Insurance Center on February 24. The last time the Eagle girls won a regional title was in 2009, and …

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GSA girls bring intensity to quarterfinal win Knocks off Calais to advance

The starters

BANGOR—The George Stevens Academy girls basketball team pulled out a close 49-40 victory over the Calais Blue Devils in a Class C North quarterfinal match up February 22. The Eagles went on a 6-0 run, with senior Morgan Dauk scoring all the points before Calais responded with its own run, …

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Eagle boys roll over Woodland to advance to semifinals Face #5 Dexter on Friday, 3:35 p.m.

Jarrod Chase works the Eagles offense. Photo by Anne Berleant

BANGOR—No one expected a battle as the undefeated George Stevens Academy Eagles faced Woodland in the Class C North tournament quarterfinals, and the top-seeded Eagles easily rolled over the eighth seed, whose regular season record was 9-7, with a two-point preliminary playoff game win over #9 Fort Kent. The George …

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Eagle girls back in winning form Re-take top Heal Point spot

Morgan Dauk shoots

Blue Hill—A crushing 69-27 win over Bucksport on January 27 showed the George Stevens Academy girls in top form, with Morgan Dauk and Mazie Smallidge both hitting double-doubles, Dauk with 29 points and 16 rebounds, and Smallidge 11 points and 12 rebounds. Julianna Allen chipped in 10 points for the …

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