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Three Flyers were recently honored for their excellent Spring seasons.  Lacrosse player Miles Lipton '19 was selected to the Varsity Maine All-state team. Lipton was also selected by the Maine lacrosse Coaches as an All-American.  Thorne Kieffer '19 and Morgan Warner '21 were selected to the All-state tennis teams.  Kieffer's boys team captured the Class C state championship, while Warner won all 14 of her matches at #1 singles for the Flyers.
 

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Boys tennis had another championship season. The Flyers completed the regular season with a record of 9-3. This effort earned them the #3 seed in Class C. Waynflete defeated NYA in the quarters (5-0), Dirigo in the semis (5-0), and Winthrop in the South final (5-0). The Flyers faced Orono in the state championship and came away with a 4-1 victory, earning them their twelfth consecutive state championship. The team was awarded the MPA Good Sportsmanship Award for Class C South. In the state singles tournament, sophomore Ben Adey advanced to the final eight. Senior Thorne Kieffer made it to the semifinals where he fell to repeat singles champion Nick Forester of Falmouth. Kieffer was named first team all-conference, Ben Adey and Chris Register were named to the second team, and Cooper Sherman made the WMC Doubles all-star team. Kieffer was chosen as the Forecaster Spring Male Athlete of the Year and was selected to the All-state team.

Boys lacrosse had a successful season. The Flyers completed a 9-3 regular season with the only losses coming at the hands of top Class A and B opponents Cape, Greely, and Yarmouth. Wins over Class B York and rivals NYA and Freeport helped the Flyers earn a #3 seed for the Class C tournament, where Waynflete quickly dispatched Lake Region in the quarterfinal 18-2. In the semi-finals, the Flyers fell 9-7 to the #2 seeded NYA Panthers to end the season at 8-4. First team all WMC honors went to seniors Miles Lipton, Mykel Henry, Mitchell Adams, and junior Luca Antolini. Second team honors went to Zane Moorhead, Musaid Mohammed, Ben Musgrove, and Tafari Makinen-Hall. Lipton, who was named an All-American in 2018, was named an All-American again in 2019.  Lipton was also selected to the All-state team.

The Waynflete crew had an outstanding season. The program had 75 athletes—the biggest crew team Waynflete has ever had. Waynflete athletes were joined by rowers from seven other schools. The highlights of the season included a win in Malden and a repeat win in the Davison Cup in Hooksett, New Hampshire, with opponents that included Thayer, Brewster, Vermont, Derryfield, and Bancroft. Waynflete went on to win the Maine Youth Rowing Regatta (now named the Dirigo Sprints). Opponents in the Dirigo Sprints included Megunticook Rowing Club, Merrymeeting Rowing Club, and Yarmouth.

Girls tennis had an excellent season. The squad compiled a regular season record of 7-5 which gave them a #5 seed for the Class C tournament. The Flyers upset the #4 seed Maranacook 3-2 in the quarterfinals. In the semis, the Flyers beat the #1 seed Winthrop 3-2 in an epic battle that saw Chloe Fisher clinch the match 3-2 in a third set tie-breaker at #2 singles. In the South final the Flyers fell to the #2 seed Carrabec, ending the season at 9-6. In the state singles tournament, the Flyers #1 singles player Morgan Warner advanced to the semifinals before falling to the #2 seed. Morgan battled through two three-set matches on Saturday to make it to Bates on Monday. Warner, who won all fourteen of her matches at #1 singles, was named to the Western Maine Conference first team. Warner was also selected to the All-state team.

Girls lacrosse had a successful season ending the year at 6-8. The Flyers had a thrilling overtime win over York and a thrilling overtime loss to Freeport. Wins over Lake Region, Scarborough, and Wells put the Flyers in contention for the Class B postseason. With a pivotal 11-2 win over St Dom's, the Flyers earned a playoff berth and a trip to take on the Brunswick Dragons, ranked seventh in Class B. Waynflete tamed the Dragons by a score of 14-3 and advanced to the quarterfinal where they fell to #2 Cape Elizabeth 13-2. Captain Emi Boedeker was named first team all-conference and Captain Sophie Sangster was named second team all-conference. Boedeker was chosen as the Forecaster Spring Female Athlete of the Year.

Waynflete baseball joined forces with five NYA players this spring to become the Waynflete/NYA cooperative team. The squad was highly competitive in conference play, winning two games and battling hard in almost every game. The Flyers lost six games by either one or two runs. Wins over Buckfield and Richmond highlighted the season. Four payers were named all conference. Flyers Owen Ardell '19 and Luke Josephson '21 were named to the first team. Panthers Cal Davies '21 and Anders Jonsonn '21 were named to the second team.

Five Waynflete track athletes participated with Cheverus as cooperative individuals. Four athletes competed in the WMC Championship meet at Lake Region where Lily Waldrep placed third in the high jump and Devan Sherry placed third in the 100 and fourth in the long jump. Maddie Landry placed seventh in the 400 and Pat Shaw placed seventh in the 100 and 200.

Read more about Spring 2019 Varsity Sports Wrap-up  

Waynflete Athletics Calendar for 2019-2020 School Year

With vacation commitments expected from varsity athletes

 

Fall:

August 19:  HS pre-season begins for boys soccer, girls soccer, cross country, field hockey

August 26:  Optional practices for competitive golfers begins - TBD by coach Neilan

September 9:  MS fall practices begin for 7th/8th

 

Winter:

October 31: MS winter practices begin for 7th/8th

November 4:  HS girls ice hockey begins

November 18:  HS basketball, boys hockey, and swimming begins

November 25:  HS Nordic ski begins

Thanksgiving Break:  November 27-30

Varsity basketball has commitments over this break

Holiday Break: December 21-January 4

Varsity basketball and hockey teams have practices and games over this break

Varsity Swimming may have a meet and a couple of practices over this break

February Break:  February 17-22

Varsity basketball state tournament is all week

Swim state meets occur this week

Nordic state meet occurs this week

Varsity boys hockey plays games this week

 

Spring:

March 2 or 5:  MS Spring practices begin for 7th/8th

March 2:  Crew novices begin on ergs

March 9:  Crew full team begins

March 23:  HS baseball pitchers and catchers begin

March 30:  HS lacrosse, tennis, track

Spring Break:  April 20-24

Varsity lacrosse might offer a trip every other year.  Varsity lacrosse asks players to attend practices the end of vacation week (Thursday, Friday, Saturday)

Crew and baseball might offer optional practices for rowers not away - not mandatory

Tennis does not have spring break practices

End of the year June:  Varsity athletics continue after classes end

MPA tournament play begins the first week of June (senior week)

Tennis state championship matches are the second Saturday in June

Lacrosse and baseball state championships are the third weekend in June

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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.

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