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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Eagles upset #1 Orono for semifinal berth Schildroth’s ‘hat trick’ leads to 3-0 win

BLUE HILL—In a thrilling display of prowess and execution, the George Stevens Academy varsity boys soccer team dug deep to upset the Orono Red Riots 3-0 in the Class C playoff quarterfinals on October 25. The Eagles were 0-2 against the Red Riots heading into the match. “We knew we …

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Eagles boys and girls advance to face Orono in QFs

BLUE HILL—Both  George Stevens Academy varsity soccer teams easily advanced through their preliminary playoff games, the boys winning 2-0 over Limestone Community School/Maine School of Science and Mathematics on Friday, October 21, and the girls 3-2 over Washington Academy the next afternoon. The real challenge lies ahead,  as both teams …

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Eagles crush Dexter, face Limestone in prelims

BLUE HILL—The George Stevens Academy varsity boys soccer team ended the regular season in style with an 8-0 win over Dexter on October 13. Their 8-6 record earns them a preliminary playoff game in Limestone on October 21. Despite a record better than the three teams ahead of them in …

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Eagles girls soccer falls to Orono in overtime

Blue Hill—George Stevens Academy varsity girls soccer team lost a hard-fought 3-2 battle against top-ranked Orono on October 7 and took a tumble in the rankings down to seventh place. The Eagles went head to head for a 2-2 tie against the Red Riots before the game went into overtime, …

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Mariner girls turn around losing season Scott’s Sports Spot

The Mariners wear their pink

The varsity Lady Mariners wear their best pink in support of Breast Cancer Awareness month during their win against Calais on October 2. In front is eighth grader Kaylee Morey; middle row, from left, Ava Lowrey, Riley Getto, Addie MacDonald, Aja Quintal and Myra Hobbs; back, from left: Abby Stinson, …

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