Mariner girls still in playoff hunt with fifth win Scott's Sport Spot

Junior Allyson Eaton puts it

The girls basketball team beat Bangor Christian hand ily 44-18. Our press pretty much stifled BC’s offense and we caused many turnovers. We led 25-9 at the half and stretched the lead from there. Coach Randy Shepard was able to put in the younger players for most of the fourth …

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Mariners play two at home with mixed results, face Machias on Monday

Holli Boyce controls the ball

The girls won and the boys lost when the Mariners hosted Bangor Christian on Thursday, January 15. The girls controlled the game from start to finish, winning 44-18. The boys posted a 63-38 loss, giving up 19 points in the third quarter after holding it close in the first half.  Mason …

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Mariner cheerleaders ready to compete at the Cross Center Eastern regionals to be held January 24

The DIS cheerleaders work the crowd

Deer Isle—The Deer Isle-Stonington cheerleaders are getting ready to head to the Cross Center in Bangor on Saturday, January 24. They will compete in the Class D Eastern Regional Championships, their first competition of the season. “The cheerleaders have been working hard on their competition routine,” Coach Kim Yurchick said. …

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Cheer on the Mariners tonight!

The varsity boys and girls teams host Bangor Christian tonight, January 15, at the Deer Isle-Stonington High School. The boys are 2-9 and looking for a win. Ranked #20, they tip off against #11 Bangor Christian at 7 p.m. The girls 4-7 record has earned them a #13 ranking, four spots …

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GSA Eagles beat Piscataquis, Sumner for 9 in a row

The Eagles won 51-46 at  #12 Sumner on January 15, for its ninth win in a row. Jarrod Chase led the team with 16 points. The victory followed a win against #7 Piscataquis, where solid defense saw GSA increase its lead in every period for a  final score of 59-37. Taylor Schildroth led that …

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Varsity swim team posts wins over Caribou, Presque Isle in ‘best meet of the year’

Cedar Slagle

The George Stevens Academy varsity swim team won on points against Caribou and Presque Isle and in individual events against Ellsworth when the Eagles hosted a meet on January 3. In the “dual” meet, swimmers from the four schools competed in all events, but each scored points against only two …

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