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

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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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Mariner girls fall to Easton in Class D quarterfinals

BANGOR—The Deer Isle-Stonington girls basketball team suffered a tough loss tonight against fourth-ranked Easton in the Class D quarterfinals. Trailing by four points at the end of the first quarter, the Mariners remained scoreless in the second and saw Easton’s lead stretch from 9-5 to 21-5.  The third quarter ended with the …

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Eagles and Mariners varsity update Schildroth scores career-high 61 points; Mariners win 3 of 4; Lady Eagles roll over Lee Academy

BLUE HILL and DEER ISLE—On Friday in Blue Hill, George Stevens Academy junior Taylor Schildroth led the Eagles to a 97-69 win over previously undefeated Lee Academy (5-1).  The Eagles jumped out to a 33-10  lead behind Schildroth’s 27 first quarter points, as he poured  in a game and career high …

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Eagle girls win Northern Class C cross country title Boys come in second, Hassett repeats as Class C champion

BELFAST—The George Stevens Academy girls’ cross-country team edged out Orono by one point to bring home the Northern Regional Class C Cross Country title on October 27 at Troy Howard Middle School in Belfast.  Eliza Broughton (20:06.66), Mary Richardson  (20:16.94) and Zeya Lorio (20:18.37) punched in a 2-3-4 finish that placed …

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Playoff run ends for Lady Eagles

ORONO—The playoff run for the George Stevens Academy girls soccer team ended Wednesday, October 26 in a 5-1 loss against the Orono Lady Red Riots in Orono. The Class C North eight seed was looking for redemption against first-place Orono, as the team had lost that match up in all …

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GSA baseball team faces #2 Houlton for Class C North title

BLUE HILL—The top-ranked George Stevens Academy varsity baseball team will play for the nerthern regional title tomorrow, June 14, at Mansfield Stadium in Bangor, after rolling through the quarterfinals, 8-1 over Dexter, and semifinals, 3-1 over Mattanawcook—the only team that managed a win against George Stevens this season. The fight for the regional …

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Eagles softball ends season with 9 inning thriller

  BLUE HILL—In a game that pushed both George Stevens Academy and Dexter into two extra innings, the Eagles lost their playoff bid 9-7 on June 8 in a preliminary playoff game on home field. “They did such a great job and fought hard,” Coach Stormi Wentworth said after the …

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