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Who Will Win the Track & Field Community Cup

posted May 18, 2018, 6:45 AM by Floyd Wygant   [ updated May 18, 2018, 7:09 AM ]

Head Track & Field Head Coach, Ted Brown, invites everyone to make the journey over to Lawrence High School for today's meet, "It usually ends by sundown so c'mon over after supper and support if you can!"  Action begins at 3:30, so start your weekend with lots of running, jumping, vaulting, throwing, and tossing to determine which school has the honor of winning this year's Community Cup.

Liam Keith from 2017 Community Cup Meet.


Last year, Winslow took the cup from Messalonskee, be there and root for your team as they take on Winslow, Messalonskee, Lawrence, and Skowhegan High Schools.


ADMISSION IS FREE!  And, Lawrence High School is just around the corner.





File photo from CentralMaine.com of Liam Keith at the 2017 Community Cup meet.

Recognizing Brad Gallant's Excellence in Athletic Training

posted Mar 21, 2018, 6:30 AM by Floyd Wygant   [ updated Mar 21, 2018, 6:31 AM ]

Brad Gallant
March is National Athletic Training Month, and Waterville Senior High School takes this occasion to recognize our very own Athletic Trainer, Brad Gallant.  Thank you, Brad, for the time and dedication you have given to Waterville Senior High School's student-athletes over the last 15 years! We appreciate all that you do and feel very fortunate to have you as our Athletic Trainer!

Competitive Cheering Team Wins Class-B Award

posted Feb 16, 2018, 6:21 AM by Floyd Wygant   [ updated Feb 16, 2018, 6:22 AM ]

The Waterville Senior High School Competition Cheering Team recently won the MPA Class B North Cheering Sportsmanship Award.
Cheer Team
Pictured left to right:
Head Coach Amanda Loubier, Katelyn Gagne, Jasmine Liberty, Mckayla Nelson, Kailene Isbell, Jacie Richard, Alexis Hawkins, Hannah Lord, and Brooke Hafenecker

Heidi Bernier
Athletic Director
Waterville Senior and Junior High Schools

Girls Basketball Advances to Quarterfinals

posted Feb 14, 2018, 5:52 PM by Floyd Wygant   [ updated Feb 14, 2018, 5:54 PM ]

Girl Basketball Graphic
Congratulations to the Girls Basketball team for their preliminary playoff game win last night, Feb 13, against Ellsworth, 47-34.


With the win, the Panthers advance to the quarterfinals at the Cross Center in Bangor where they will face John Bapst on Friday, Feb 16, at 6:30 pm.

A fan bus will be available should 20 people sign-up to take the bus. The cost for the bus is $3 per person. The bus will depart from WSHS at 5:00 pm. If you are interested in taking the bus, please stop by the Athletic Office to sign up. All persons must sign up by Thursday, Feb 15, at noon.

Ticket prices for the game are $8 for adults and $5 for students and seniors.

Congrats Panthers and best of luck!

Heidi Bernier
Athletic Director
Waterville Senior and Junior High Schools

Swim and Indoor Track KVAC Championship Results

posted Feb 13, 2018, 7:33 AM by Floyd Wygant

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Congratulations to our swim and indoor track teams for strong showings at the KVAC Championships this weekend!

In swimming: 
  • John Reisert won the 500 free and took second in the 200 IM!
  • John Reisert and Carter Jones were members of the 200 Medley and 400 Free Relays teams that placed second!
  • Leah Shoulta placed 3rd in the 200 IM and placed 3rd in the 100 backstroke!
  • The boys earned the KVAC Class A Runner-Up Swim title!

At the KVAC Indoor Track Championships:
  • Sarah Cox and Rasheed Parker won their shot put titles! 
  • Lauren Pinnette won the 55 hurdles title! 
  • Ethan Nurick won the triple jump title! 
  • The boys placed 5th overall and the girls 4th!
https://www.centralmaine.com/2018/02/10/winslow-girls-track-and-field-win-kennebec-valley-athletic-conference-class-b-title/

What a great weekend for the Panthers!!

Heidi Bernier
Athletic Director 
Waterville Senior and Junior High Schools

Holiday Basketball Battle of the Bridge

posted Dec 26, 2017, 1:56 PM by Floyd Wygant   [ updated Jan 2, 2018, 5:16 AM ]

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Update: Winslow made a clean sweep of the holiday battles winning all three games. Varsity Girls 43-39 and Varsity Boys 50-31. 


Come one, come all! Come family, come friends! This coming Friday, the 29th, is the annual doubleheader featuring your Waterville Purple Panthers against the Winslow Black Raiders. Taking place at the Winslow High School, both the boys and the girls basketball teams will be facing off for the win in a big “battle of the bridge” game. The girls game starts at 5:00, and the boys game following at 6:30. In the past people have had to stand in the doorway on the gymnasium, be sure to get there early to get your seats because they fill up fast! So, mark your calendars for Friday the 29th to come see two competitive, hard-fought games and support your Panthers! 

And, don’t forget the boys JV game on Thursday, 12/28, at 11:30 a.m. in the Waterville High gym.  We expect this to be an exciting game in its own right, and it should be a great warmup for the varsity games games on Friday.

By Hannah LeClair

Past Weekend Sports Highlights, Oct 23.

posted Oct 24, 2017, 6:06 AM by Floyd Wygant   [ updated Oct 24, 2017, 6:06 AM ]

Soccer
The girls soccer team defeated Foxcroft Academy, 4-0, in Friday's Class B North Girls Soccer Preliminary Playoff Game at Webber Field.  The Panthers will travel to Winslow on Tuesday for a 3pmquarterfinal game. The field is located on Halifax Street in Winslow.

Cross Country
Nick Dall placed first in Saturday's Class B North Regional Cross Country meet.  Nick won his third straight regional title and ran the 3.1-mile course in 16:44.5.  The boys team qualified for the State Cross Country Meet which is scheduled for this Saturday, October 28 at Twin Brooks in Cumberland.  On the girls side, the team did not have enough healthy athletes to qualify for States.   Gwinna Remillard was 7th on the day and qualified for States individually.

Football
The football team has qualified for the playoffs as the #7 seed and will travel across the river to #2 Winslow in a quarterfinal game on Saturday at 1 p.m.

Best of luck to the Panthers in the post-season! 

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

Golf Team Finishes Season Strong

posted Oct 13, 2017, 8:50 AM by Floyd Wygant   [ updated Oct 18, 2017, 6:06 AM ]

2017 Golf Team
Congratulations to the golf team on a very successful season! The team placed third in Class B at the State Championships October 7th. 

Individual Championships are scheduled for October 14th.  If you see Cody Pellerin today, wish him luck in tomorrow's individual golf championship!

Below is an article highlighting our very successful golf season.

Great job Coach Clement and team!

http://www.centralmaine.com/2017/10/12/waterville-golfer-cody-pellerin-looking-for-fine-finish/ 

Way to go Panthers!!

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

--- October 8th ----
Hello All,

I am happy to report the team finished 3rd at States yesterday!!  A great end to a great season.  I am proud of our team.  We played some good golf but more importantly, we had a lot of fun.  And the fun continues today at Boothbay!!  

Thanks to everyone for their help and support this season,
Coach Clement

Gym Floor Refinishing Until August 14th.

posted Aug 1, 2017, 6:42 AM by Floyd Wygant

The gym floor is being refinished and will not reopen until 8/14.

The weight rooms and locker rooms will also be closed soon for refinishing. Stayed tuned for an exact date. If persons have items in the coaches locker room, it would be a good idea to retrieve those items now if needed before 8/14.

You cannot access the locker rooms or coaches room via the gym until 8/14.

Thanks for your cooperation.

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

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

posted Jul 13, 2017, 12:58 PM by Floyd Wygant   [ updated Sep 12, 2017, 6:55 AM ]

Hi Floyd.

Not many high school golfers can say they played golf with some of the biggest names in the state, but these golfers can.
Blaine House
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!



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