In the Class C Southern Maine Regional Championship, Girl’s Varsity Soccer came out on top, knocking off #2 seed Madison! They moved on to the Class C State Championship, at Hampden Academy. This was their 5th Regional Title in 9 years! Read the report from the Kennebec Journal.
After a hard fought game at Hampden Academy, Orono bested Waynflete. Read about it here.
It was an amazing season, and the Flyers were proud of their final results: Class C Southern Regional Championship, Class C State Runner-Up, and recipients of The Sportsmanship Award. It’s also very noteworthy that some girls on the team have won the award 3 seasons in a row: last year’s basketball and lacrosse, and this fall’s soccer team.
Boy’s Soccer lost on the second round of penalty kicks to the #2 seed Lisbon after playing 110 minutes of scoreless soccer. The boys finish the season at 8-6-2.
Field had another great season, joining forces with Maine Girl’s Academy (formerly Catherine McAuley). It was very competitive field this year, and the team finished 0-13-1. Captains Kiera MacWhinnie, Semhar Yehdego, and Emma Spies (of MGA) were very proud the effort this season.
Both Boy’s and Girls Cross Country placed 2nd in Class C Regionals, both qualifying for the State Meet in Belfast. St. Dom’s won the girls title and Maine Coast Waldorf took the boys. The Girl’s team has taken 1st or 2nd place for the past ten years; this is the first time since 2010 that the Boy’s placed 2nd.
Boy’s and Girl’s Cross Country both had excellent showings at the State Meet in Belfast, placing third and fourth respectively. It was a very competitive field, with Henry Spritz and Ellie Chidsey leading the field for Waynflete.
Below are links to articles from the Forecaster featuring highlights of the last few weeks: