News & Scores

Spring Varsity Sports Wrap-up 2018
as of June 18, 2018

June 18, 2018

It was a sensational spring for Flyers teams.

Five Waynflete athletes participated in spring track as cooperative individuals with Cheverus. Our athletes practiced with Cheverus and represented Waynflete at meets. All five competed in the Western Maine Conference championship at Lake Region. Abby Pipkin was the WMC Champion for Division II in the 800-meter run and second overall in the conference. She was recognized as First Team All-Conference. Abby was also honored as a senior scholar athlete. Patrick Shaw '21 placed fifth in the 400-meter run and won his heat in the 100-meter dash. Helen Hornor set a PR in the 800 by nine seconds. Ellie Simmons set a PR in the 1600 by eight seconds. Pipkin qualified for the Class A state meet and competed in the 800 meter.

The baseball team finished the season with a record of one win and eleven losses. The highlight of the season was the win over NYA. After six innings, the Flyers and Panthers were tied. The Flyers were able to put three runs on the board in the seventh inning and hold on for the win. Max Winson was recognized as First Team All-Conference. Nick Hagler was honored as a WMC senior scholar athlete and also made Second Team All-Conference.

The rowing crew had an outstanding season. After moving the launch site from the Fore River Fields to Commercial Street, the program was able to hold daily practices regardless of tides. Having more time on the water paid dividends for the team. Waynflete won the Davison Cup in New Hampshire and dominated the Moose on the Malden regatta with eight first place medals, two second place, and one third place. Waynflete also had strong results in the annual Maine Youth Rowing Association regatta hosted by Merrymeeting in Brunswick. Waynflete boats captured five first place finishes out of twelve races.

Girls tennis had a terrific season. The program graduated six seniors in 2017 and veteran coach Linda Cohen was not sure if her team would have enough players to compete this spring. With the addition of some freshmen to the program, not only did the Flyers compete but they competed all the way to the Class C semi-finals. The team finished the regular season at 7-5 which included great wins over teams including York, Freeport, Yarmouth, and NYA. In the Class C quarterfinals, #5 Waynflete defeated #4 Winthrop 3-2 with Molly McNutt winning the pivotal match at #1 singles. For the semis, Waynflete traveled north to #1 Carrabec. The Cobras proved to have too much bite for the Flyers, winning 3-2. Molly McNutt was voted First Team All-Conference and the #1 doubles team of Chloe Fisher '19 and Courtney Ford '21 were voted All-Conference doubles. McNutt was honored as a WMC senior scholar-athlete.

Boys tennis had another outstanding season under veteran coach Jeff Madore. The Flyers completed the regular season undefeated at 12-0. This included two wins over perennial Class B powerhouse Cape Elizabeth. Freshmen Aidan Kieffer and Ben Adey won the WMC Doubles tournament. In the state singles, Thorne Kieffer make it to the quarterfinals and Jacob Greene made it to the semifinals. Lisbon fell to the Flyers 5-0 in the Class C quarterfinals. In the semis, the Flyers defeated Madison 5-0. At the Regional Finals at Bates, Waynflete dispatched Halldale 5-0. In the state championship, the Flyers defeated Mattanawcook Academy 5-0 to win their eleventh straight Class C state title. Thorne Kieffer '19 and Jacob Greene '18 were selected as First Team All-Conference. Nicholas Wagg '18 was selected to the second team. Doubles All-stars were Shuhao Liu '18, Kieffer '21, and Adey '21. Honorable mention doubles went to Chris Register '19 and Cooper Sherman '19. Wagg, Liu, and Owen Hoffsten '18 were honored as WMC senior scholar-athletes.

Girls lacrosse had a strong season, completing a difficult regular season schedule with six wins and six losses. Four quality wins came over playoff teams including Class A Cheverus and Marshwood, Class B York, and Class C St Dominic Academy. #6 Waynflete earned a bye in the first round of the playoffs and traveled to Cumberland to take on #3 Greely in the quarterfinals. The Flyers fell to Greely 6-5. This was a fabulous effort by the Flyers, who came up just short of a trip to the semis. Seniors Izzy Burdick and Claire Dubois were honored as WMC senior scholar-athletes. Burdick and Kanha Stockford '18 were named WMC First Team all stars. LZ Olney '18 was named a WMC second team all star. Dubois and Laura Baginski '18 received WMC Honorable Mention. Girls lacrosse won the MPA Good Sportsmanship Award for 2018.

Boys lacrosse had an outstanding season under first-year head coach Parker Repko. The Flyers completed the regular season with an excellent record of eight wins and four losses. Three of the four losses came to top-ranked Class B teams Cape, Greely, and York. One season highlight was the thrilling 12-11 come-from-behind win over class A Deering. The Flyers trailed by four goals with four minutes left but roared back and pulled out the victory. Another highlight was the 12-11 overtime win over Class B power Yarmouth. Waynflete earned the #4 seed for the Class C tournament and took on #5 Oak Hill in the quarterfinals. The Flyers defeated Oak Hill 13-6.

In the semifinals, Waynflete traveled to #1 seed NYA and dispatched the hosts 18-6 to advance to the inaugural MPA Class C championship. In the championship game Waynflete defeated #2 seed Lincoln Academy behind 7 goals each from Hank Duvall '18 and Miles Lipton '19 to capture the Flyers first state championship in the MPA era. In the semifinals, Waynflete traveled to #1 seed NYA. Hank Duvall '18, John Veroneau '18, and Miles Lipton '19 were chosen to the WMC first team. Duvall and Lipton were also honored as US Lacrosse All Americans. Mitchell Adams '19 and Mykel Henry '19 were chosen to the WMC second team. Goalie Will Armstrong was chosen as WMC Honorable Mention.

Read more about Spring Varsity Sports Wrap-up 2018
Winter 2018 Varsity Sports Wrap-up

It was another exciting Winter season for Flyers teams. Every Waynflete team qualified for post-season play.

Alpine Ski: The Falmouth/Waynflete boys won the SMAA championship on February 9. Flyer Ben Adey '21 was 5th in Giant Slalom and in Slalom. They also won the class A state championship on February 24th. Ben was 6th in Giant Slalom.

Boys Nordic did not score as a team in the Western Maine Conference meet. Nicholas Werner '20 led the team in 11th place. In the Class C state meet at Fort Kent they placed 3rd out of 10 teams. Werner was 6th, Luca Antolini placed 20th, Pat Shaw 21st, and Mykel Henry 22nd

Girls Nordic was 5th in the WMC meet led by Clara Sandberg '20 in 22nd. In the Class C State meet they placed 3rd out of 13 teams. Sandberg was 9th, Kaitlyn Bliss 13th, Hannah Babcock 24th, and Emily Wagg 25th.

Girls ice hockey earned the #4 seed in the south. They beat Falmouth 5-4 in the Quarterfinal and Laura Baginski '18 scored a gorgeous breakaway goal. We lost to Portland/Deering 3-2 in the semis. The girls hockey final record was 10-9-1. Girls hockey won the MPA Good Sportsmanship award.

Boys ice hockey completed a 10-7-1 regular season. They earned the #6 seed in the Class A south tournament. They lost to #3 Biddeford in quarterfinals 6-3. Final record is 10-8-1.

Girls basketball earned the 11th seed in the Class C south tournament. They lost to #6 Richmond in quarterfinal. Lydia Giguere was voted first team all conference and was top 3 in voting for the WMC Butler Award. Giguere was also selected to the Maine McDonalds Senior All Star team for Class C/D. The girls final record was 6-13.

Boys basketball won the WMC regular season championship for Class C. They earned the #3 seed in the Class C south tournament. The Flyers played Boothbay in the quarterfinal and lost 65-64. Diraige Dahia and Askar Houssein were voted first team all conference. Christian Brooks and Alex Saade were voted second team. The boys final record was an impressive 15-4.

Boys swim placed 10th at Southwesterns. They earned two wins throughout the regular season. Seniors Colin LeBihan and Shuhao Liu qualified individually for the Class B State Meet, but did not attend due to schedule conflicts.

Girls swim placed 9th at Southwesterns. They earned three wins throughout the regular season. Molly McNutt, Emma Anghel, and Lily Fanburg qualified individually for the Class B State Meet. Zoe Ruff joined for two relays. They placed 16th overall out of 21 teams at the state meet, with our 400 Free Relay team placing 9th.

Read more about Winter 2018 Varsity Sports Wrap-up
Winter Athletics Update- as of February 26, 2018

Update as of 2/26/18

The #6 seed boys ice hockey team will take on the #3 seed Biddeford Tigers on Tuesday at 5:30 at Biddeford Ice Arena in the Class A South quarterfinals.

Congratulations to our boys and girls Nordic ski teams. At the Class C state meet in Fort Kent, they both captured 3rd place (and both teams were only one point out of second). Scoring skiers were:
Boys: Nicholas Werner (6th), Luca Antolini (20), Pat Shaw (21) and Mykel Henry (22)
Girls: Clara Sandberg (9th), Kaitlyn Bliss (13), Hannah Babcock (24) and Emily Wagg (25).

Congratulations to Ben Adey '21 and the Falmouth/Waynflete Alpine ski team for capturing the Class A state championship. Ben was 6th in the state in the Giant Slalom.

---

Update as of 2/20/18

The boys basketball season came to an end Monday in the quarterfinals vs Boothbay. The team's final record was 15-4. Here is the game story from the Forecaster's Michael Hoffer:

4 girls swimmers competed in the state meet at Bowdoin and placed 15th out of 21 teams. Molly McNutt placed 14th in the 100 back and the 400 Free Relay team of Emma Anghel, Zoe Ruff, Lily Fanburg and McNutt placed 9th.

Boys ice hockey wrapped up its regular season with a record of 10-7-1. They will have a quarterfinal game in Class A south on Tuesday the 27th.

The boys and girls nordic ski teams will compete in the Class C state meet in Fort Kent this Thursday and Friday.

Ben Adey '21 and his Falmouth/Waynflete alpine ski team will compete for the Class A title in the state meet on Thursday and Friday of this week.

---

Update as of 2/15/18

Girls ice hockey advanced to South semifinal but fell to Portland/Deering 3-2. Congratulations to girls hockey on winning the MPA Good Sportsmanship award.

Boys ice hockey has two games left before play-offs (Saturday, February 17 at 8:00 p.m. and Monday, February 19 at 10:00 a.m.). Boys hold the #6 seed for the Class A south tournament which begins February 27.

Boys Basketball is seeded #3 in Class C south and will take on the #6 seed Boothbay Seahawks in the quarterfinals at the Augusta Civic Center on Monday, February 19 at 2:30 p.m.

Girls Basketball advanced to the post-season and fell to Richmond in the Class C South preliminary round.

Girls swimmers will compete at the Class B state meet on Monday, February 19 at Bowdoin.

Boys and girls Nordic skiers will compete at the Class C state meet in Fort Kent on February 21 and 22.

The undefeated Falmouth/Waynflete boys alpine ski team will compete in the Class A state meet on February 20 and 21 at Mt. Abram.

Go Flyers!

Read more about Winter Athletics Update- as of February 26, 2018

Boys and Girls Basketball move on to the Quarterfinals in Augusta on Monday 2/21. Girls will play Monmouth Academy at 11:30 am and boys will play Richmond at 5:30 pm.

Recent Scores

vs.
SBV: Soccer - Boys Varsity 18-19 @ Cape Elizabeth, Cape Elizabeth High School
Tie 1-1
vs.
SGJV: Soccer - Girls JV 18-19 v Cape Elizabeth Hig, Cape Elizabeth High School
Loss
vs.
SBJV: Soccer - Boys JV 18-19 @ Cape Elizabeth High, Cape Elizabeth High School
Loss 0-2
vs.
SGV: Soccer - Girls Varsity 18-19 v Cape Elizabeth, Cape Elizabeth High School
Loss 0-5
vs.
SBF: Soccer - Boys First @ Cape Elizabeth High Sch, Cape Elizabeth High School
Loss 1-3
vs.
SBJV: Soccer - Boys JV 18-19 v St. Dom', St. Dominic Academy
Win 2-1
vs.
SBF: Soccer - Boys First v RSU 5, Freeport High School
Win 1-0
vs.
SBV: Soccer - Boys Varsity 18-19 v St., St. Dominic Academy
Win 2-1
vs.
POSTPONED: SBJV: Soccer - Boys JV 18-19 v St. Dom', St. Dominic Academy
0-
POSTPONED: TBD
vs.
SGV: Soccer - Girls Varsity 18-19 @ St. Dom's, St. Dominic Academy
Loss 2-4