Winter Sports Postseason Update
Winter Sports Postseason Update
Date: February 25, 2017

Alpine:
The Falmouth/Waynflete cooperative boys alpine ski team captured the class A state championship earlier this week at Mt. Abram. Parker Seeley is the lone Flyer on the squad.

Nordic:
Willson Moore is the Class C state individual champion in both Classic and Freestyle. Willson's time was also faster than all class A skiers. The Waynflete boys team placed 5th out of 12 teams. Ellie Chidsey led the girls team to an impressive 4th place finish out of 12 teams in class C. Ellie placed 6th in the classic and 4th in freestyle.

Boys hockey:
The South Portland/Waynflete/Freeport boys ice hockey team qualified for the play-offs as the #7 seed in class A south. The team plays Cheverus in the quarterfinals on Wednesday.


Dated: February 13, 2017

#6 seed Waynflete Girls Basketball will host #11 seed Traip Academy on Tuesday, February 14 at 6:00 p.m.. The team completed the regular season with a record of 10-8.

#7 seed Waynflete Boys Basketball will host #10 seed Old Orchard Beach on Wednesday, February 15 at 5:00 p.m. The team completed the regular season with a record of 13-5.

Girls swimming placed 9th at the South Southwesterns meet on Saturday. Kiera MacWhinnie '17 won both the 100 Freestyle and the 100 Backstroke. Kiera was voted by the coaches as "Swimmer of the Meet." Boys swimming competes at the Southwesterns on Tuesday February15. Several swimmers have qualified for the Class B state meet over vacation.

Both boys and girls Nordic ski teams placed 6th at the WMC championship meet on Saturday. Willson Moore paced the boys team with a first place finish in the skate and a 2nd place finish in the classic. Ellie Chidsey paced the girls with a 13th place finish in the skate and a 9th place finish in the classic. The teams compete in the Class C states over vacation.

Girls hockey fell to Scarborough 5-1 in the south semis. Congratulations to head coach Bob Mills and the team on a great season. Their final record was 10-10. Boys hockey is currently 4-8-1 which is good for 7th place in Class A South with 4 games to play.

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