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Winter Varsity Sports 2019 Wrap-up

Under 15-year veteran coach Rich Henry, the boys basketball team had a very successful season. The boys earned the WMC Division Championship on their way to a 14-2 regular season record. The team recorded impressive wins over Class B powerhouses Cape, Freeport, Wells, and Yarmouth. The Flyers earned the #2 seed in Class C South and dispatched the #7 seed Old Orchard Beach 67-32 in the quarterfinals. In the semifinals the Flyers fell to the #3 seed Hall-Dale Bulldogs by a score of 65-58. Solomon Levy '20 and Dominick Campbell '21 were named to the WMC First Team. Alex Saade '19, Finn Scott '19, and Askar Houssein '20 were named to the WMC Second Team.

Girls Basketball welcomed new head coach Jim Marshall. The Flyers competed well against many of the top teams in class B and C, ending the season with a record of 1-16. The highlight of the season was a win on the road at Sacopee Valley. The Flyers were led by senior Emi Boedeker (six rebounds per game), sophomore Kilee Sherry (seven points per game), junior Anna Wildes (2.5 assists per game), and freshman Margaret Ojut (seven points and 2.5 blocks per game.) Boedeker was named to the WMC Second Team.

Girls Nordic skiing performed the best at the state meet for any girl's Nordic team in the last eleven years. The Flyers placed third in the top ten in the classic race, and second in the top ten in the skate race leading to an overall team tie for second place with Fort Kent. Clara Sandberg '20 led the team with a fourth place finish in the Class C state meet pursuit. Kaitlyn Bliss '21 was eighth at the state meet. Sandberg was chosen as Waynflete's Portland Forecaster Female Athlete of the winter. Bliss and Julia Werner '21 qualified for the U16 Championship team while Bliss and Sandberg were named as alternates to the Eastern High Schools Maine Championship team. (This season Waynflete Nordic took on several skiers from Cape Elizabeth since they had no team.)

Boys Nordic had the best state meet performance in the past eleven years, tying for third place with Dirigo. Nicholas Werner '20 was second in the skate race and third in pursuit. Werner made the WMC All-Conference team by placing seventh and also qualified for the Eastern Maine High Schools Championship Maine Team.

The 2018-2019 swim season was marked with significant improvement and team cohesiveness. Swimmers competed in events outside of their comfort zone, and both the boys and girls teams earned key victories against Bonny Eagle. The team's hard work and dedication paid off with the girls placing eleventh at South Southwesterns and boys placing ninth. At the culminating state meet, girls earned a fourteenth place finish, with boys finishing in fifteenth place. Thank you to the captains for their leadership and selflessness throughout the season, as well as the seniors for their commitment and contributions over the last few years.

Capeflete/South Portland Girls Ice Hockey had a great season under veteran coach Bob Mills. The girls finished with a record of 10-10. After beating York in the south quarter, the team fell to the #1 seed Cheverus/Kennebunk in double overtime. Jillian Winson '22 and Sofia Cook '22 were the Flyers on the squad.

The South Portland/Freeport/Waynflete boys hockey team had a great season. The team finished the regular season with a record of 10-8, good for the third seed in Class A South. In the quarters, the boys hosted Cheverus and defeated the Stags 4-2. In the semifinals the our boys fell to Biddeford 3-1 to end the season at 11-9. Senior Mitchell Adams was announced as a finalist for the Travis Roy award. Adams was also chosen as the Portland Forecaster Waynflete Male Athlete of the Winter.

Ben Adey '21 competed on the Falmouth/Waynflete Cooperative Alpine ski team. The team went undefeated and won its third straight Class A state championship. Adey was consistently a top performer for the team, earning a spot on the Maine Team. He will compete in the Eastern High Schools Championship.

Blythe Thompson '22 competed in indoor track this winter and practiced with Cheverus. She ran well in the 800-meter run all season and won the 800 in one of the Class A meets. Blythe came in twelfth in the 800m at the Class B state meet at Bates.

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Post Season Athletics Update - February 20, 2019

February 20, 2019

Nordic skiing competed well at the state championship at Titcomb Mt. in Farmington: Girls tied for 2nd in Class C. Boys placed 3rd in class C. Nicholas Werner '20 led the boys team with a 3rd place finish in pursuit. Clara Sandberg '20 led the girls team with a 4th place finish.

Swimmers competed well at the Class B state championship at UMO: Boys placed15th and girls placed

Boys basketball defeated OOB in the Class C south quarters 67-32 (story here) and will pay Halldale in the semis Thursday, February 21 at 7:00 pm at the Augusta Civic Center. There is a fan bus offered, departing at 5:30 pm. Sign up for the bus

Boys ice hockey will play the final game of the regular season on Thursday, February 21 at 1:00 pm at USM. They are currently seeded 4th in Class A south and will have a quarterfinal game on Tuesday.

Ben Adey '21 placed 9th in Slalom to help his Falmouth/Waynflete Boys alpine ski team to it's third straight Class A state championship and an undefeated season.

Blythe Thompson '22 placed 12th in the 800 meter in the Class B indoor track state championship at Bates with a time of 2:38.


February 14, 2019

  • Swimming: Waynflete boys will compete in the state swimming championships at UMaine Orono on Saturday, February 16 and the girls will compete on Monday, February 18.
  • Boys basketball: Waynflete opens the post season with a quarterfinal match-up on Monday, February 18 at 4:00 p.m. at the Augusta Civic Center. The Flyers face the winner of the OOB vs Madison Prelim.
  • Nordic: Waynflete will compete in the Nordic ski state meet at Titcomb Mountain on Monday, February 18 and Tuesday, February 19.


February 7, 2019

Bob Mills' Capeflete/Sopo girls ice hockey team defeated York 2-0 in the quarters to advance to the semis on Saturday at 6:20 pm vs Cheverus/Kennebunk at TIA (Portland Ice Arena).

The SP/Freeport/Waynflete boys ice hockey team is on a hot streak - on Wed they defeated powerhouse Lewiston 5-1 and tonight they defeated top ranked Thornton Academy 3-1. Next game Sat. 8:00 pm vs Marshwood. 4 more games until play-offs.

Swimming: Boys placed 9th today at Southwesterns. Haoming Ma qualified for states in the 100 breast. Girls will compete in the Southwesterns on Saturday at Cape at 10:00 am

Nordic: Competes in the skate portion of the WMC championship on Saturday at Stark's Hill at noon.

Girls basketball completed their season. The team battled hard this season in spite of season-ending injuries to key players.

Boys basketball completed the regular season at 14-2 and the Flyers are ranked #2 in the Class C tournament behind Winthrop. Waynflete opens the post season with a quarterfinal match-up on Monday the 18th at 4:00 pm at the ACC. The Flyers face the winner of the OOB vs Madison Prelim (which will be played on 2/13).

Blythe Thompson '22 will compete in the 800m run at the WMC championship indoor track meet on Friday February 8.

Ben Adey '21 is a top scorer for the Falmouth/Waynflete alpine ski team which is undefeated and looking to repeat as Class A state champions.


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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.

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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.

Recent Scores

LXBJV: Lacrosse - Boys JV @ Cony High S, Cony High School
Loss 2-4
LXBV: Lacrosse - Boys Varsity @ Cony Hi, Cony High School
Win 21-5
LXGJV: Lacrosse - Girls JV @ Lake Region High Scho, Lake Region High School
Loss 2-7
LXBJV: Lacrosse - Boys JV v Lake Region High Schoo, Lake Region High School
LXGV: Lacrosse - Girls Varsity @ Lake Region High, Lake Region High School
Win 8-2
LXBV: Lacrosse - Boys Varsity v Lake Region High S, Lake Region High School
Win 19-12
TBV: Tennis - Boys Varsity v Yarmouth H, Yarmouth High School
Loss 2-3
TGV: Tennis - Girls Varsity @ Yarmouth, Yarmouth High School
Win 4-1