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Waterville Golf Coach And Golfers Invited to Play in Blaine House Benefit Tournament

posted Jul 13, 2017, 12:58 PM by Floyd Wygant

Hi Floyd.

Blaine House
Not many high school golfers can say they played golf with some of the biggest names in the state, but these golfers can. Golf coach, Khristian Clement (back in purple) (Khristian's dad is next to him in white), and two golfers, Cody Pellerin (front in maroon) and Brock Jolicoeur (front in purple) participated in the Blaine House Benefit Golf Tournament on Monday, July 10 at the Waterville Country Club.  In this photo, they are posing with Governor Paul LePage and former Governor John Baldacci.  Thanks to Kennebec Savings Bank for sponsoring the team!

Heidi Bernier, CAA
Athletic Director
Waterville Senior and Junior High Schools

office - 207-873-7050
fax - 207-873-7051

Go Panthers!



Athletic Highlights from this Week

posted Jun 9, 2017, 7:01 AM by Floyd Wygant   [ updated Jun 9, 2017, 7:12 AM ]

Boys Tennis
The boys tennis team, who earned the four seed in Class B North, traveled to Caribou on June 3rd to face the top-seeded Vikings. The Panthers pulled an upset and came out on top with a 3-2 win.In the 
Regional Final on June 6th,  they were runner-up to Camden Hills in Class B. 
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The girls tennis team, also ranked fourth, traveled to number one Camden Hills on Friday. The Panthers put up a strong fight but came up a bit short and lost 2-3.


The boys and girls track and field teams traveled to Yarmouth on Saturday for the Class B State Championship. Both teams placed 7th respectively. There were some great individual efforts to include:

Sarah Cox, Shot put, 1st, 38-07.25
Sarah Cox, Discus, 2nd, 110-00
Zack Smith, Discus, 1st, 143-10
Zack Smith, Javelin, 1st, 164-01
Cecilia Morin, 3200m, 7th, 11:54.95
Alexis Brandon, Long Jump, 2nd, 17-05.50
Jesse Workman, Javelin, 4th, 113-05
Isaac Pellerin, Pole Vault, 5th, 11-06.00

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(Track and Field photos courtesy of Jim Evans)


Way to go Panthers!!

Heidi Bernier
Athletic Director 
Waterville Senior and Junior High Schools (207) 873-7050
hbernier@aos92.org

Athletic Highlights from this Weekend

posted Jun 5, 2017, 9:07 AM by Floyd Wygant   [ updated Jun 5, 2017, 9:07 AM ]

The boys tennis team, who earned the fourth seed in Class B North, traveled to Caribou on Saturday, June 3,
 to face the top-seeded Vikings. The Panthers pulled an upset and came out on top with a 3-2 win. They will face Camden Hills on Tuesday, June 6, in the Regional Final.

The girls tennis team, also ranked fourth, traveled to number one Camden Hills on Friday, June 2. The Panthers put up a strong fight but came up a bit short and lost 2-3.

The boys and girls track and field teams traveled to Yarmouth on Saturday, June 3, for the Class B State Championship. Both teams placed 7th respectively. There were some great individual efforts to include:

Sarah Cox, Shot put, 1st, 38-07.25
Sarah Cox, Discus, 2nd, 110-00
Zack Smith, Discus, 1st, 143-10
Zack Smith, Javelin, 1st, 164-01
Cecilia Morin, 3200m, 7th, 11:54.95
Alexis Brandon, Long Jump, 2nd, 17-05.50
Jesse Workman, Javelin, 4th, 113-05
Isaac Pellerin, Pole Vault, 5th, 11-06.00

Way to go Panthers!!

Heidi Bernier
Athletic Director 
Waterville Senior and Junior High Schools (207) 873-7050
hbernier@aos92.org

Back-to-Back State Hockey Champs!

posted Mar 13, 2017, 7:54 AM by Floyd Wygant   [ updated Mar 13, 2017, 8:16 AM ]

2017 Hockey State Champs
In case you didn't get a chance to attend or read the local newspaper, below are links to the newspaper articles regarding this weekend's state championship game. 

Congratulations Panthers!  Back-to-Back State Champs!!!



Heidi Bernier, CAA
Athletic Director
Waterville Senior and Junior High Schools
office - 207-873-7050

Go Panthers!

Our North Champs Ice Hockey Team Play for State Class B Title - Saturday, 3/11/17

posted Mar 3, 2017, 7:39 AM by Floyd Wygant   [ updated Mar 14, 2017, 8:45 AM ]

 Updated Story:
The Panthers brought back the hardware tonight with a 6-5 overtime win over Old Town-Orono to repeat as the Class B North Boys Ice Hockey Champs!

The Panthers will face the winner of the Class B South match-up of York and Greely, which play on Wednesday night, for the State Championship on Saturday, March 11 at 1:00 pm at the Colisee. 
FAN BUS: Leaves WSHS at 11:15 a.m. 
 
Thank you to Camden National Bank for sponsoring a limited number of student tickets for this game. Through their generosity, all the students who signed up during the school week are attending free. 

Way to go Panthers!!

Heidi Bernier
Athletic Director 
Waterville Senior and Junior High Schools (207) 873-7050
 

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 Northern Conf Champs! - original article -
Congratulations to the ice hockey team on their 3-0 win over #4 Hampden Academy in the semifinals!  The Panthers will face #2 Old Town-Orono on Tuesday, March 7th at 7 p.m. at UMaine in the Class B North Final.

Tickets are $8 for adults and $5 for students and seniors.

Best of luck on Tuesday Panthers!


Waterville Shines on KVAC Championship Saturday!

posted Feb 6, 2017, 7:08 AM by Floyd Wygant   [ updated Feb 9, 2017, 5:15 AM ]

The Panthers had a great showing at KVAC Championship Saturday!  

Track
The Panther boys indoor track team (94 pts.) won the KVAC Class B Championship by edging out Belfast High School (91 pts.).  Nick Dall won the one mile and 800 and placed third in the two-mile.  Isaac Pellerin took first in the pole vault.

The Panther girls indoor track team placed third.  They were led by Sarah Cox who placed first in the shot put.
  
Swim
The Waterville-Winslow swim team had a strong showing in the Class A KVAC Championship.  The boys captured the runner-up title with only eight swimmers competing!  The boys team was led by John Reisert who blew his competition away in the 500 freestyle with a time of 5:16.13.  Our 400 free relay team finished second.  

The girls team finished in 6th place.

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WAY TO GO PANTHERS!!

Heidi Bernier, CAA
Athletic Director
Waterville Senior and Junior High Schools

Jordan Jabar hits the 1,000 Point Mark

posted Feb 1, 2017, 8:19 AM by Floyd Wygant   [ updated Feb 1, 2017, 8:20 AM ]

Jordan Collage
One thousand points in a high schooler's career has long been the ultimate basketball goal, and Tuesday night saw another great athlete take her place on the list of those who had. With 4:47 remaining in the third quarter, the Waterville Girls are leading 31 to 26 over Skowhegan when senior Jordan Jabar has the ball and sinks the basket to reach the career 1,000-point mark!  Jordan was the game high scorer with 25 points. 

Waterville Athletic Director, Heidi Bernier texted, "Congratulations to Jordan Jabar for scoring her 1,000th career point in Tuesday night's basketball game!!!"  Pictured above are excited members of the crowd marking the shot and Jordan with coach Rob Rodrigue. Below, a happy Jordan with her proud parents, Joe and Bridget .

Winter Panther Highlights

posted Jan 18, 2017, 11:30 AM by Floyd Wygant   [ updated Jan 18, 2017, 12:03 PM ]

The Panthers had an outstanding Martin Luther King Jr Day with the cheer team winning the Jamie Beth Shible Award for Class B (awarded to the team who improved the most from last year's KVAC Competition Cheering Championship). 
Winter Cheer
Team members Lilly Bohner, Madison Clowes, Kelsey Courtois, Katelyn Gagne, Allison Grady, Cassidy Hartin, Kailene Isbell, Ella Ruehsen, and Kassidy Richard gather with Head Coach, Alyssa Flye, and Asst. Coach, Amanda Loubier after the competition.  The team took 6th place at the KVACs. 


The boys basketball team earned their first victory with a 54-51 win over Erskine Academy.


The girls basketball team beat Erskine Academy 73-16.


The hockey team beat Presque Isle 13-0.  Speaking of hockey...on December 27, senior Andrew Roderigue broke the school record of most points scored by a defenseman (the old record was 105 points).  Roderigue currently has accumulated 119 points.  Senior Justin Wentworth tied the school record with most goals scored in a game at six goals early on in the season.  Wentworth currently leads the State in most goals scored with 23. 


Our indoor track team continues to make strides at each meet.  At the Dartmouth Relays, the Panthers who participated represented Waterville very well:
 
Unseeded Results:
Sarah Cox (shot put - 4th), Jennasea Hubbard (shot put - 8th), Ethan Nurick (triple jump - 6th), Kyle McGadney (long jump - 15th), TT Brandon (long jump - 5th)

Seeded Results:
Isaac Pellerin (pole vault - 15th), Nick Dall (1 mile - 5th - medal winner)

Our Waterville-Winslow swim team is making a significant impact in Class A.  The team just suffered their first loss of the season this past Friday to an outstanding Brunswick team.  Many of our swimmers swam at their personal bests on Friday.  John Reisert dropped his 500-meter freestyle time by 10 seconds! 


WAY TO GO PANTHERS!

Heidi Bernier, CAA
Athletic Director
Waterville Senior and Junior High Schools

office - 207-873-7050

Go Panthers!

Athletic Event Changes for Tuesday, January 10th

posted Jan 10, 2017, 11:02 AM by Floyd Wygant

THERE WILL BE NO EARLY DISMISSAL OF ATHLETES TODAY.

The freshmen boys basketball game at Erskine Academy has been canceled.  The freshmen boys, however, will travel with the jv boys team to Erskine Academy.

The game times for the jv and varsity boys basketball games at Erskine Academy have changed.  The jv game will start at 4pm and varsity game at 530pm.  The bus will depart at 245pm.

The game times for the jv and varsity girls basketball games at home against Erskine Academy have changed.  The jv game will start at 4pm and the varsity game at 530pm.  The jv girls should report to the gym at 315pm and varsity girls at 430pm.

The hockey game is on at its regularly scheduled time of 7pm.

Thank you.

Heidi Bernier, CAA
Athletic Director
Waterville Senior and Junior High Schools

office - 207-873-7050

Go Panthers!

Updated Winter Sports Schedule Out

posted Jan 6, 2017, 7:52 AM by Floyd Wygant

Winter weather is always a challenge to athletic directors, coaches, athletes, and maybe most of all parents/guardians/fans.  Here is the updated schedule from our latest round of snow days and adverse weather.

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