While most of the Waynflete student body was on vacation during February break, a number of student athletes were busy competing. Following is the round up of the action.
Boys basketball fell to the #2 seed Dirigo Cougars on Friday to end an excellent season at 16 wins and 2 losses. The boys were conference champions for the fourth straight year. Congratulations to Maine McDonalds Senior all-Stars for Class C/D: Helen Gray-Bauer and Harry Baker-Connick.
Congratulations to the nordic ski teams on a very successful, though cold, trip to Presque Isle. The girls placed second in Class C and the boys placed 4th. Top 10 finishers in skate were Willson Moore (4th), Zander Martin (6th) and Marijke Rowse (9th). The nordic team is continuing to practice this week in preparation for a qualifying race on Saturday for the J2s (NENSA U-16 championship) and Eastern High School championships.
Our two alpine skiers represented Waynflete well at the state meet at Bigrock. Beata Vest placed 5th in slalom and 8th in GS and Kelly Frumer placed 10th in slalom and 9th in GS. Frumer was 4th in the skimeister competition which is for nordic and alpine combined.
The swim teams swam well at the Class B state meet at UMaine Orono. The boys team, comprised of only 5 swimmers, placed 13th our of 24 teams and the girls team of only 6 swimmers placed 13th out of 26 teams. Caleb Levine was 6th in the 100 Fly and Kiera MacWhinnie was 5th in both 100 Fly and 50 Free.
The Sopo/Waynflete/Freeport boys ice hockey team with two Waynflete players (Will Armstrong and Max Winson) is still playing. The next game is against Noble/Wells on Tuesday in the quarterfinal round of the Class A tournament.