Monday, March 16, 2015

Fall and winter sports results for the 2014-2015 season - By Stephanie Coffin

We can’t wait for the spring sports season to begin! The warm weather, the crack of the bat, the swish of the racquet and the joy of watching the athletes and teams compete is in the near future. However, let’s take one last look at the Fall/Winter sports seasons and what these teams accomplished, what these athletes were awarded and what we will look forward to see happen next school year. 
The girls cross country team won the Class A Girls Sportsmanship Banner from the Maine Principals Association. The team finished ninth in the states for Class A. 

Varsity girls soccer team was the 2014 SMAA champions and they also were the Western Maine champions and the Class A state champions. Seniors Jenna Soucy and Cassie Symonds made All State for the Portland Press Herald with Cassie Symonds being named the Player of the Year in Girls Soccer. Cassie has also won the Gatorade Player of the Year in Girls Soccer for the state of Maine for the second year in a row. 

The boys cross country team advanced to compete at the New England level for the first time in school history and finished in fourth place in the state for Class A. 

This year’s football team was the 2014 State Runner up along with being crowned the 2014 Eastern Maine Champions. Senior Zach Davis was honored with the Gaziano award. Coach Matt Perkins was named as Coach of the Year for Eastern A football and his assistant Phil Rossetti was named as assistant Coach of the Year for Eastern A football. 

The volleyball team advanced to post season play for the second time in four years. 

Bryce Rolfe qualified for the individual State Championship in golf which was held at Natanis. 
The ice hockey team made the playoffs for the first time in school history! A huge statement for a new and young program! Watch out for them next year. 

Indoor track had 24 athletes qualify for states and Ali Wintle went to New Englands for the high jump. 

Nine alpine skiers qualified for states along with three Nordic skiers. Jonathan Bland qualified for New Englands in Nordic. 

Wrestling had four wrestlers qualify for states from this year’s team. 

Both boys and girls basketball teams qualified for post-season play and made it to the Portland Expo in the quarterfinal rounds. Kevin Weisser was named as the SMAA Co-MVP for the league. 

The boys swim team finished fifth in states with our girls swim team placed 22nd

Field Hockey - despite not qualifying for post season play had a growing year. 

Cheering - put in a lot of time and effort to supporting the teams and showcased their talents with an entertaining performance at this year's competitions.

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