Friday, December 30, 2011

Owl Boys and Girls fall to Calais

It was a long ride and a long day for the Owl boys and girls teams on Thursday, December 29.

In the first game of the afternoon, the strong Calais Lady Blue Devils picked apart the Lady Owls for a final score of 67 - 22. Later in the day, the Owl boys fought hard to stay in the game with the favorite Calais boys. Only down by 2 baskets in the last 3 minutes of the game, the Owls ran out of steam and lost by a score of 67 - 57.

The Owl girls play next on Monday, January 2 @ 6:00 when they host the Van Buren Crusaders.
The Owl boys play next on Tuesday, January 3 @ 7:00 when they also host Van Buren.

Friday, December 23, 2011

Owl Boys Beat Limestone!

As reported in today's Bangor Daily News: "At Madawaska, Matt Deschenes poured in 26 points to power the Owls by the Eagles.

Travis Pelletier chipped in with 18 points for the 2-3 Owls and Ian Lee added 12.

Brandon Thompson scored a game-high 28 points for the Limestone Community School/Maine School of Science and Mathematics, now 3-2. Chris Paradis contributed 15 points."

Madawaska travels to Calais on December 29 to continue the season after the Christmas break.

Saturday, December 17, 2011

Owl Boys lose 2 in a row

Our boys having been learning the hard way this week that the competition is going to be tough this season. Earlier in the week, the owl boys dropped a game to Fort Kent by a score of 59 - 37. Last night, the boys met an equally demanding Central Aroostook team who won the game by a score of 78 - 48.

The challenge for the Owls will be to grow as a team this season and keep improving all year long. With this group of boys,it shouldn't be a problem!

Thursday, December 15, 2011

Middle School A Teams vs. PI today Cancelled

The home Middle School Basketball games vs. Presque Isle have been cancelled for tonight. A rescheduled date will be released when it becomes available.

Monday, December 12, 2011

Home Opener Victories for Owl Girls and Boys!

Both the Lady Owls and the Owl Boys earned victories against neighboring school Wisdom High in their first matchup of the young 2011-2012 season.

In the first game of the evening, the Lady Owls cruised to a 45 - 24 victory led by outstanding defensive pressure from senior captains Nicole Cyr and Amanda Nadeau. With the two guards making multiple steals in the game, Madawaska kept the pioneers with minimal points in the first quarter. Earning a first time varsity start were juniors Hannah Cote and Lauren Tingley who both added much needed height to the Madawaska team grabbing rebound after rebound. Junior forward Kelly Dugal also provided some big shots to help secure an Owl victory in their first game of the season.

The second game of the evening featured our Owl Boys vs. the Pioneer Boys. Led by Matt Deschenes' 15 points, Madawaska quickly jumped out into the lead and never looked back. Senior center Travis Pelletier was effective for the Owls making some huge plays on both the offensive and defensive ends, while seniors Dylan Wetmore and Devin Pelletier played smothering defense all night. In his season as a Varsity starter, junior guard Aaron Thibeault showed some great ball control while handling the point for Madawaska the majority of the night.

The Owl Girls travel to Central Aroostook while the Owl Boys host Fort Kent on Wednesday night.

Sunday, December 11, 2011

Varsity Basketball Home Openers

Our Lady Owls and Owl Boys will be hosting the Wisdom Pioneers on Monday, December 12. The girl's game will begin at 5:30pm and the boy's game will follow at 7:00pm. There is no admission for varsity games this year so bring the whole family along for a night of basketball excitement. Come support our Owls!

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Parent Meeting Tonight!

We will be gathering at the Madawaska High School Library for a brief parent information meeting regarding winter athletics at Madawaska High School. All parents and athletes are welcomed to attend. Please make every effort to be there!

Sunday, November 20, 2011

Basketball Season Begins!

The first week of basketball practice has arrived! If you know someone who hasn't come out for the team and should, let your coach know so we can speak to them. Please be sure to check the Coach Notes page often to see posts from your coach:

Good luck this season Owls!

Saturday, October 29, 2011

Owl Boys' Season Ends

Playing a team three times in a season is never easy. The Owl Boys found that out today as they were defeated by the Houlton Shiretowners by a score of 1-0. This was a game of impressive defense by both teams; however, it was Houlton who came out on top by scoring on a corner kick early in the first half, and holding on to that lead for the entire match.

The Owl boys end the season at 14-1-2. This was an unbelievable first season for coach Dean! Congratulations go out to him and all of the boys for their amazing display of soccer skills throughout the season. For the seniors Matt D., Devan, Dylan, Kyle T, Kyle B, Matt B, and Greg, thank you for 4 wonderful years! The skills you have learned as a member of the Owls will allow you to play and succeed at the college level. Please keep that in mind as you make arrangements for next year. Best of luck to all of you! The rest of the boys, get ready for next season!

Friday, October 28, 2011

Lady Owls' Season Ends

Our Lady Owls boarded the bus this morning at 7:30am with determination in their hearts and an upset victory on their minds. Unfortunately, the Owls met their match as they fell 3-1 to top seeded Central.

As the season comes to an end, we would like to congratulate the Lady Owls on their wonderful season. Making it to the semi-finals is nothing to be ashamed about. To the seniors: Thank you for dedicating your time and energy into the soccer program for all these years. We have an unbelievable amount of young female soccer players who look up to each and every one of you and hope to someday make their community proud the way you have all done this season! To the underclassmen: Come back stronger and more determined next season and take it all the way!

Thursday, October 27, 2011

Boys Soccer Semi-Finals: Madawaska vs. Houlton

These two teams will meet for the third time this season on Saturday, October, 29 @ 3:00pm in Madawaska. Come cheer on the boys as they look to make it back to the Eastern Maine finals!

Quarterfinal Victory for the Owl Boys!

The Sumner boys took the field at 1:00 even though the game was set for 3:00. Determined that this was their year, they had no idea that the Owl boys had the same thing on their mind. The Owls struck first when Ian Lee was awarded a penalty shot in the first half. The penalty shot itself did not find the back of the net, instead, deflecting off the keeper and back to Lee's foot, the rebound shot finally found it's place in the goal for a 1-0 lead. Senior Matt Deschenes was spectacular on the day showing that he too can find the back of the net with 2 of his own goals. Both teams played tough, physical soccer for the entire 80 minutes, but it was the Owl team defense that led the way, anchored by some brilliant goalkeeper saves from our own Kyle Blanchette.

Here's how the Bangor Daily News reported on the game: "At Madawaska, Ian Lee scored his second goal of the game with 23 minutes left in the second half to snap a 2-2 tie and lift the second-ranked Owls to victory.

Matt Deschenes assisted on the eventual game-winner and Lee scored on a penalty kick in the first half for 12-0-2 Madawaska, which led 1-0 at intermission.

The 10th-seeded Tigers from East Sullivan (12-4) rallied from a 2-0 deficit when Gabe O’Brien scored off a Baramee Janla assist, then set up a Joey Malloy goal — two minutes apart — to make it 2-2 only 3:23 into the second half.

Kyle Blanchette made nine saves on 11 shots for the Owls.

Sam Smith made 14 saves on 24 shots for Sumner."

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Girls vs. Central (Semi-Final Matchup)

The girls game has been set at 2:00 on Friday at Central High School in Corinth, ME. Hope you can make it to the game!

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Madawaska Girls Quarterfinal Victory!

The Lady Owls kept fans on their toes Tuesday afternoon by allowing Calais to stick around for most the game. Finally, late in the game, the Madawaska girls were on fire, scoring 4 goals in the last 10 minutes of the game. Leading the way for the Owls was Megan Ouellette with one goal more than a hat trick to seal the Owls victory, while earning a semi-final matchup against the winner of #1 Central and # 8 Bucksport.

Here's how the game was summarized in this morning Bangor Daily News:

"At Madawaska, Meagan Ouellette scored four goals, including three in the game’s final four minutes, to lift the No. 4 Owls by the No. 5 Blue Devils.

Allison Hill scored an unassisted goal one minute into the game for Calais before Madawaska responded in the second half when Ouellette scored off a Nathalie Cyr assist seven minutes in.

Nicole Cyr gave the Owls the lead seven minutes later when she converted a Samantha Nadeau assist. Nadeau then assisted on Ouellette’s next two goals at 4:04 and 2:16, respectively, before Ouellette capped the scoring surge with an unassisted tally with eight seconds left.

Amanda Nadeau made 11 saves on 15 shots for 8-6-1 Madawaska and Paige Gillespie made 15 on 22 for 12-3 Calais."

Monday, October 24, 2011

Boys Quarterfinals: Madawaska vs. Sumner

We will be hosting the Sumner Tigers on Wednesday, October 26 @ 3:00 pm. Please make every effort to come out and support your team as they try to extend their unbeaten season.

Saturday, October 22, 2011

Quarterfinal Soccer: Lady Owls vs. Calais

Our Lady Owls will be hosting the Calais Lady Blue Devils on Tuesday, October 25 @ 2:00pm. Due to the early release from school that day, all students and staff will be allowed to attend the game and cheer on the girls as they hope to advance in the playoffs. If the Calais boys win their prelim matchup today, we may have a double header! Check back later today for boys soccer information.

Thursday, October 20, 2011

UPDATE: Scrimmages Cancelled

Both the boys scrimmage vs. PI and the girls scrimmage vs. UMFK have been cancelled. See previous post (below) for details about tomorrow's scrimmages.

Varsity Scrimmages for Boys and Girls

Our girls varsity team will be going to UMFK for a scrimmage against the Lady Bengals Thursday afternoon. The following day, Friday 10/21/11, our girls will be traveling to Van Buren for a 4:00 scrimmage against the Lady Crusaders.

Our boys varsity team will also be traveling on Friday, 10/21/11, to Presque Isle to play the Wildcats on the turf. The scrimmage has been set for 4:00.

Good luck to both teams, remember not to get hurt!

Saturday, October 15, 2011

Tuesday Night: Boys vs. Houlton Update

There has been a change to the schedule for Tuesday's home games vs. Houlton Boys. Due to lack of player participation beyond our control, there will be no JV game. The JV game has been cancelled completely.

Since the JV game has been cancelled, the Varsity Game has been moved up to 5:00pm.

Once again, there will be no JV game on Tuesday, and the Varsity Game will begin at 5:00 instead of 6:00. This is the last regular season home game for the boys so come show your support!

Friday, October 14, 2011

Girls and Boys both win!

On a wet and miserable Thursday afternoon, the varsity girls and boys soccer teams were able to shine some light by defeating their opponents in near end-of-the season match-ups.

The Lady Owls travelled to Limestone to face the Eagles in their last meeting of the year. While cruising to a 4-0 victory, Nicole Cyr scored once, Megan Ouellette scored once, and Nathalie Cyr was one goal shy of a hat trick with 2 goals of her own. The Lady Owl defense was successful in shutting down the Eagles as they earned a shutout.

On the boys side, our Owl Boys travelled to the PI turf to host a game against a determined Southern Aroostook team. Every goal by the Owls was quickly answered by the Warrors as our boys narrowly escaped the game with their undefeated season still in tact winning 3-2. Scoring for the Owls was Ian Lee with 2 and Dylan Wetmore with one.

Both teams end their regular seasons next week against Houlton. The girls will go to Houlton on Monday and the boys will host Houlton on Tuesday.

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Girls and Boys Double Header vs. Van Buren

It was a great night for soccer in Madawaska on Tuesday evening. Our girls and boys teams were both hosting the Van Buren Crusaders for a back-to-back varsity double header.

In the first game, our girls got off to a great start with 2 Sam Nadeau goals to pull ahead early in the match. Unfortunately, the Van Buren girls answered with 3 goals of their own, two coming in the second half of the match, to earn the victory. The Lady Owls go on to play the Limestone girls on Thursday evening in Limestone.

For the second match of the evening, the Owl boys cruised to a decisive 4 - 1 victory over the Van Buren boys. Scoring for the Owls were, Ian Lee with 2, Matt Deschenes with 1, and Jake Gendreau with 1. The Owls hope to continue their unbeaten streak when they host the Southern Aroostook boys on the Presque Isle turf, Thursday afternoon at 3:30

Friday, October 7, 2011

Lady Owls Beat Van Buren!!!

Despite this author's lack of participation at the Lady Owls vs. Lady Crusaders game on Wednesday evening because of frigid temperatures and harsh winds, the word on the street is that the Owls were in a defensive zone, shutting down many of Van Buren's efforts to win on their home field. Particular kudos go out to defenders Linsey Lavoie and Kelly Dugal for working hard to slow down the dangerous Van Buren offense.

Thursday, October 6, 2011

Owls beat the Warriors!

Soccer season was in full-effect this evening with the Madawaska Owl boys visiting the Fort Kent Warrior boys for their second matchup of the 2011 regular season. With the fall air cool and crisp, and the fans anxious for another showdown between the two class-c contenders, the Owl boys showed why they are undefeated this season by dominating the Warriors and proving they can win in Fort Kent.

Scoring for the Owls was Ian Lee with two goals, and Luc Daigle with one. Next week the Owls face Van Buren on Tuesday, October 11 at home and Southern Aroostook on Thursday, October 13 in Presque Isle.

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Varsity Boys vs. Fort Kent Rescheduled...Again!

Once again, the Varsity Boys game vs. Fort Kent has been postponed due to weather. Fort Kent will host the event on Thursday, October 6 @ 6:00.

Sunday, October 2, 2011

Lady Owls defeat Calais

The post-potato harvest haze often seen by teams who haven't played in over two-weeks didn't seem to phase our Lady Owls as they cruised to a 4-2 victory over the Calais Blue Devils on a cold and rainy Saturday afternoon.

With an overall record of 5-4-1, the girls are sitting comfortably in 4th place for the Eastern Maine, Class C standings. With only 4 games remaining, the girls will have their eyes on post season play in the upcoming weeks.

Thursday, September 22, 2011

Owl Boys and Warrior Boys Tie

After 80 minutes of regular time, and additional 10 minutes of overtime, neither the Madawaska Owl boys nor the Fort Kent Warrior boys could earn the victory this evening. Although the Warriors scored first, Owl teammates Dylan Wetmore and Ian Lee connected twice to pull the Owls ahead 2-1 late in the match. Unfortunately the Warriors stuck around long enough to get the equalizer and leave Madawaska with a 2-2 tie.

The two powerhouse teams meet up again in Fort Kent on Tuesday, October 4 at 6:00.

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Madawaska vs. Fort Kent Round 1

Don't forget that our boys will be hosting the Fort Kent boys this evening at 6:00. Please show your support to our 8-0 Owl boys as they play the defending Class C state champions for the first time this year.

Go Owls!

Monday, September 19, 2011

MMHS Athletic Booster Club Meeting

There will be a MMHS Athletic Booster Club meeting this evening, 6:30 at the MMHS library. All parents and athletes are encouraged to attend as the club will be discussing future fundraising opportunities.

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Varsity Boys in Limestone Postponed

Today's game in Limestone has been moved to tomorrow afternoon at 3:00. The bus will be leaving the high school at 1:00 pm.

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Varsity Boys vs. Fort Kent Rescheduled

The varsity home game vs. Fort Kent will be next Wednesday, September 21 @ 6:00.

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Boys Varsity vs. Fort Kent Postponed

Due to heavy thunderstorms and torrential downpours that have left standing rainwater on the field at game time, the Boys Varsity home matchup between our own Owls and the Fort Kent Warriors has been postponed. As soon as a substitute date and time have been determined, it will be posted on this site.

Monday, September 12, 2011

New Boys Soccer Athletic Page

The 2011 Boys Soccer page at the Madawaska High School site have been updated to feature new pictures, once again taken by Mr. Charlie Blanchette. Please take the time to check out the new boys soccer page.

Thursday, September 8, 2011

Owl Boys and Girls top Eagles

Madawaska hosted a varsity double header this evening against the Eagles of Limestone. In the first game, the Owl boys continued their domination over season opponents by defeating the Eagles 6 - 0. Although the goals were plentiful and all deserving of praise, none was prettier than a cross by senior Matt Deschenes to a wide open fellow senior Matt Boucher, who headed the ball perfectly into the corner for his first career varsity goal. Goalies Kyle Blanchette and Tim Deschenes both earned the shutout for the 7 - 0 Owl boys.

The second game of the evening featured our Lady Owls. Although they had a sluggish start to the game, the girls showed determination in the second half and fought hard to break away and earn a 6 - 2 victory. Scoring for the girls were Nicole Cyr with 3 goals, Meagan Ouellette with 2 goals, and Victoria Gagnon with 1. The Lady Owls are now 3 -3 -1 this season.

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Madawaska Defeats Caribou Again

For the second time this season, our own Madawaska Owl boys handily defeated the Caribou Vikings. This time, the Owls recorded yet another shutout with a 3-0 victory. After Caribou recorded an own goal to give Madawaska the lead, Junior standout Aaron Thibeault recorded back-to-back goals, sealing the game and removing any chance for a late Viking comeback. The Owls are now 6-0 on the season and host Limestone @ 5:00pm on Thursday evening.

In the JV match, the Madawaska JV boys also recorded a 3-0 victory!

Monday, September 5, 2011

New Coach Notes Post from Coach Cyr

Girls, be sure to check the Coach Notes Page for the latest message from Coach Cyr.

Middle School Boys vs. Fort Kent Cancelled

Due to torrential downpour we will not host the Fort Kent 7th Graders today. Enjoy your Labor Day and relax!

Saturday, September 3, 2011

Updated Girls Soccer Page

Check out the newly updated Madawaska Girls Soccer homepage from the school's athletic pages. Thanks to Mr. Charlie Blanchette for taking the team photos and providing them to be posted on the page! Boys photos and page update to follow in a few days.

Middle School Games Cancelled

The Saturday 9/3/11 games with Fort Kent have been cancelled. Rescheduled dates will be posted soon.

Thursday, September 1, 2011

Madawaska Girls and Boys Both Pick Up Wins

The long bus ride to Mars Hill didn't seem to phase the Owls as both the girls and boys teams cruised to victories over the Central Aroostook Panthers earlier today. In the first match of the afternoon, the Lady Owls earned a 4-0 shutout which puts them at 2-2-1 on the season. Later in the evening, the boys match resulted in a 4-1 Owl victory, which is the fifth win in a row for the undefeated Owl boys.

Both teams have Caribou next on their schedules with the boys playing in Caribou on Tuesday, September 6, and the girls playing in Caribou on Wednesday, September 7. JV games will begin at 5:00 and Varsity games will begin at 7:00 on both nights.

Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Owl Boys Dominate Van Buren

In the first of two meetings with the Van Buren Crusaders this season, our boys cruised to a 7-0 victory while playing their second match on the road. The lopsided victory is the second shutout in a row for the Owls as they improve their record to 4-0. The Owls will take their talents to Central Aroostook on Thursday as they battle the Panthers for the last time this season.

Lady Owls fall to the Lady Warriors

Our Lady Owls fought hard against a very aggressive Fort Kent team this evening only to fall short with a 1 - 3 loss. Despite the result, the Owls showed a great deal of resolve as they battled hard throughout the duration of the match. Scoring for the Owls was Nicole Cyr, with her 2nd penalty goal of the season. The Lady Owls, now 1-2-1, travel to Mars Hill on Thursday to battle the Central Aroostook Panthers for their second meeting of the season.

Monday, August 29, 2011

Middle School Games in Caribou

The Middle School soccer games for this afternoon in Caribou are still on, but there are some changes. Now the students will be leaving school at 1:45 for a 3:30 start time. The boys will be playing first with the girls game taking place directly after.

Saturday, August 27, 2011

Owl Boys dominate Vikings

On a beautiful Friday evening, our Owl boys showed that they can not only play with class B teams, but they can dominate at that level as well. Showing a unique display of dangerous offensive abilities, the Owls featured 4 different scorers while cruising to a 4-0 victory. Senior Dylan Wetmore showed outstanding leadership this evening by scoring the first goal of the evening, a beautiful direct kick that bent to the far corner of the net, leaving the Viking keeper helpless as it sailed over his head. Several minutes later, Wetmore again showed great skill as he crossed a textbook-perfect ball across the goal area to his teammate Ian Lee, who headed the ball for the Owls second goal of the evening. In the second half, the Owls showed that the future is bright as sophomores Jake Gendreau and Sam Cyr each recorded beautiful goals sealing the Owls victory, leaving no chance for a Viking comeback. The Owl defense led by Senior back Kyle Tardif and Senior Keeper Kyle Blanchette recorded their first shutout of the season and proving that they are beginning to feel comfortable to the new defensive setup that Coach Dean has developed for them.

The Owl boys go on the road to face Van Buren next Tuesday at 5:00.

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Varsity Boys vs. Houlton

Our boys varsity team defeated the Houlton boys by a score of 4 - 3 this evening in Houlton. Details to come soon.

The boys are now 2-0 on the season.

Varsity Girls vs. Houlton Recap

On a beautiful Wednesday evening, our Lady Owls fought hard against a very aggressive Houlton team. Although Houlton scored first in the game, our girls were able to equalize the score at 1 - 1 late in the first half. Houlton then went ahead 2 - 1 which is where the score remained for most of the second half. With only minutes remaining, Madawaska was awarded a penalty shot when a Houlton player was called for a handball in the penalty area. Senior Nicole Cyr was selected to take the shot, which sailed left of the keeper, and evened the score a 2 goals apiece. Neither team was able to capitalize on the 10 minutes of extra time, resulting in a 2 - 2 final score.

Our girls are now 1-1-1 on the season.

Note: The JV girls also won their game this evening by a score of 2 - 1.

Monday, August 22, 2011

Games Cancelled for 8/22/11

Due to very wet field conditions from the amount of rainfall over the past 24 hours the JV and Varsity matches home vs. Houlton Girls and away vs. Houlton Boys have been postponed and rescheduled for Wednesday.

On Wednesday, the boys will be departing from school at 2:00 for a 5:00 Varsity game time. The JV game will come after the Varsity game for the boys. At the same time, our JV girls will host Houlton JV's at 5:00 with the Varsity game occurring at 7:00.

Saturday, August 20, 2011

Boys in Houlton Update

There has been an adjustment to the start times for the boys games in Houlton on Monday, August 22. The Varsity game will take place BEFORE the JV game with a start time of 5:00pm. The JV game will take place AFTER the varsity game. You can view the athletic calendar to verify these changes. Students will be dismissed from block 3 for a 2:00 departure.

Any questions about these changes can be addressed by emailing Mr. Sirois.

Lady Owls vs. Caribou Recap

The Lady Owls fought hard all night against the Lady Vikings, showing that they can play at the class B level. Scoring first were the Vikings midway through the first half. Three minutes later, Nicole Cyr scored an equalizer for the Owls. The game continued with a 1-1 score for the entire second half until the very end, with a little over a minute left, the Vikings scored their second goal to hand our Lady Owls with their first loss of the season.

Our Lady Owls will host Houlton on Monday evening. The JV game will begin at 5:00, and the Varsity game will begin at 7:00. Come support your team!

Friday, August 19, 2011

Lady Owls vs. Caribou Tonight!

Our lady owls will take on the class B, Lady Vikings from Caribou this evening. The events begin at 5:00pm with our JV girls taking the filed first. The Varsity Match will begin at 7:00pm.

Come support your teams!

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Season Openers

The Madawaska Girls and Boys soccer teams both opened up their seasons with victories over the Central Aroostook Panthers today.

The girls were first to go 1-0 on the season with a 4 -1 victory over the Panthers. The girls showed great possession soccer as they cruised on to their first win.

Later in the evening, the Owl boys fought a resilient Panthers team for a 4-2 victory. The Madawaska boys showed a great deal of offensive strength outshooting the Central boys 25 to 6.

First Home Matches

Come support your varsity soccer teams! The season kicks off with the girls hosting Central Aroostook tonight at 4:00 and the boys vs. Central Aroostook directly after the girls game at 6:00. Go Owls!

(Check back often today for weather updates.)

Sunday, August 14, 2011

Coach Notes Page

As a way staying on top of news, updates, cancelations, and other information from our high school coaches, the Coach Notes Page has been created. Now our athletes will be up-to-date with any information that the coaches want to get out. Bookmark the Coach Notes Page!

Week of August 14 - August 20

It will be a very busy "back to school" week for our student athletes! This will be the first week of the regular season. The following is the list of events for this week:

Monday: Boys and Girls JV teams will be going to Presque Isle to play 4:00 matches.

Tuesday: Our varsity girls and boys teams open their season hosting Central Aroostook. Girls will play @ 4:00 and boys @ 6:00.

Friday: The JV and Varsity Girls will be hosting Caribou on Friday. JV will play @ 5:00 and Varsity @ 7:00 under the lights!

Thursday, August 11, 2011

PI Tourney Saturday Morning

The bus departure time for Saturday morning is 7:30. Be sure to set your alarm clock so you don't miss the bus!

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Check often tomorrow morning to see if the varsity tourney is still on.

Boys practice

There will still be a boys soccer practice for all boys (varsity and JV) today at 4:00 rain or shine.

JV tourney in PI has been cancelled

Due to poor weather conditions, the JV tourney in PI has been cancelled and will not be rescheduled.

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Booster Club Fund Raising Event

This Friday, August 12th on the corner of Bridge Street and Main Street, the boosters club will be setting up concessions to support our athletic teams from 4:00pm to 10:00pm. If you like to volunteer or donate goods, please contact Lynn Wetmore, Kim Deschenes or comment below.

Booster Club Meeting

There will be a booster Club meeting on Tuesday, August 23 at 6:30 in the MHS library for all those interested in becoming more involved with the booster club. Please support your teams and make every effort to attend.

Saturday, August 6, 2011

Monday's Scrimmages vs. Washburn

Washburn will now be coming here to Madawaska for Monday's scrimmage. The games will be at 4:00 with the girls playing at the 11th avenue game field and the boys playing at the multi-purpose field.

Thursday, August 4, 2011

Fall Sports Informational Meeting

There will be a mandatory meeting for all fall sports athletes and their parent(s) on Tuesday, August 9th at 6:15. During this meeting, we will discuss school policy with respect to athletics, athlete and parent behavior responsibilities, and the future of the booster club. Please make every effort to attend.