The George Stevens Academy boys varsity tennis team

sports; GSA; tennis; teams; boys; two; 042717; game; high school; school; sport; team Front row, from left: Arlo Stabler, Ben Politte, Bohzi "Boris" Chen, Joseph Boulet. Back row: Head Coach Mark Enberg, Kaitao "Kent" Fang; Yuan "Rhett" Cheng; Wei "Bryant" Hsiung, Wenhao Zhang, Christian Jones, Asst. Coach Brian Clarke. Not pictured: Chris Bennett, Grayson Eaton, Michael Reiley, Quinn Stabler, Bowan Sul, Liang "Oscar" Sun. Photo by Anne Berleant

Photo by Anne Berleant

Front row, from left: Arlo Stabler, Ben politte, Bohzi “Boris” Chen, Joseph Boulet. Back row: Head Coach Mark Enberg, Kaitao “Kent” Fang, Yuan “rhett” Cheng, Wei “Bryant” Hsiung, Wenhao Zhang, Christian Jones, Asst. Coach Brian Clarke. Not pictured: Chris Bennett, Grayson Eaton, Michael reiley, Quinn Stabler, Bowan Sul, liang “Oscar” Sun.

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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Eagles fall to Waynflete at state championship End season #1 in the North

The Eagles tennis team

LEWISTON—In what has become a familiar pattern, the George Stevens Academy tennis team followed up its Northern regional title with a loss at the state championships to their perennial foe, Waynflete Academy, for the seventh straight year. But they can still take pride in their seven straight regional titles. “Waynflete …

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GSA boys tennis claims Class C North championship

ORONO—After dropping the last regular season match 3-1 to Orono, the George Stevens Academy tennis team avenged that loss when it counted, taking a 4-1 win over the Red Riots in the Class C North championship Tuesday, June 7 at the University of Maine. Ben Politte made quick work of …

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Lady Eagles tennis ends season at regionals

ORONO—The George Stevens Academy girls tennis team lost a hard-fought 1-4 contest to Mattanawcook Academy in the Class C North girls tennis regional championship Tuesday, June 7 at the University of Maine. Both doubles teams dropped their match to Mattanawcook Academy, as Hunter Morris and Tatianna Haggestad lost 6-3, 6-0 …

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GSA boys tennis team to play for 7th straight Eastern Class C title match

BLUE HILL—Perennial powerhouse in the east, George Stevens Academy Eagles varsity tennis team will face the #2 Orono Red Riots tomorrow for the Class C Eastern championship and a chance to swing for a state title—and an answer to Orono’s 3-1 win over the Eagles on May 25, their last regular season …

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Eagles girls tennis team will play for Class C Eastern title

BLUE HILL—The George Stevens Academy  girls varsity tennis team, a steady force in the Class C east and ranked second will both play for the regional championship tomorrow, June 7, after squeezing out 3-2 wins in the quarter- and semifinal matches in Blue Hill. They stand at 12-2 heading into the regional title …

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Eagles top the rankings for tennis

Eagle Beowulf Urban

Blue Hill—The George Stevens Academy boys varsity tennis team is top ranked heading into the season-ending Class C tournament, with only Mattanawcook, at 11-0, boasting a better season record. Their quarterfinal will be played at home, on June 2. While Mattanawcook holds the better record, in Heal Tournament Points they …

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At state qualifier, singles players advance, but not far enough

Bangor—Varsity tennis combines team and individual competition together, with the outcome of singles and doubles matches determining whether a school team wins. But every spring, players compete to advance on their own merits in the state tournament. On May 14-15 at Bangor High School, singles players from the boys and …

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