Cross-Country

  • Trojan Girls Win Fifth Straight PVC Cross-Country Title

    BANGOR — For the Mount Desert Island Trojan girls’ cross-country team, Saturday was a great day. BANGOR — For the Mount Desert Island Trojan girls’ cross-country team, Saturday was a great day. With a pack every bit as solid as those of previous years, the Trojans won their fifth consecutive Penobscot Valley Conference large schools

  • Falcons Boys 1st at Bucksport

    BUCKSPORT — The Ellsworth Elementary-Middle School boys cross country team came in first place with a perfect score of 15 on Thursday. The Falcons girls came in second place only six points behind Brewer. For more sports news, pick up a copy of The Ellsworth American.

  • Ellsworth Boys and Girls Win County Cross-Country Crowns

    BLUE HILL — The Ellsworth Eagle boys and girls captured Hancock County cross-country championships on Friday, but by very different margins. BLUE HILL — The Ellsworth Eagle boys and girls captured Hancock County cross-country championships on Friday, but by very different margins. The Eagle boys put five runners in the first six places to finish

  • Falcons Sweep Bay School Meet

    BLUE HILL — Both the boys and girls Ellsworth Elementary-Middle School cross country teams won their meets at the Bay School on Thursday. Girls – 1st Ellsworth- 24 pts, 2nd- Blue Hill-52 pts., 3rd Bay School-71 points, 4th Bucksport-139 pts, No score – Surry Boys – 1st Ellsworth-17pts, 2nd – Bay School-45 pts, 3rd Bucksport

  • Junior XC

    BAR HARBOR — On Monday the Mount Desert Island Junior High School Cross Country Invitational featured the two winning teams flip-flopping positions between the girls’ and boys’ winners.   The Emerson Tigers took the top spot in the girls’ division and second place in the boys’ division. The boys’ competition was won by the Mount

  • County Runners To Compete At Festival Of Champions

    ELLSWORTH — Hancock County runners will join their colleagues from across the state and beyond at Saturday’s eighth annual Maine Cross-country Festival of Champions at the Troy Howard Middle School in Belfast. The state’s largest high school sporting event will involve 1,300 runners from 58 schools. The event will include six races with the schedule

  • EEMS Wins Parker Pruett Invitational

    SULLIVAN — In cross-country action the Ellsworth Elementary-Middle School boys outran the field at the Parker Pruett Invitational at Sumner Memorial High School on Monday, capturing the first five places in the meet to win the title. Dan Curts was the individual champion setting a new course record. He was followed by teammates Robert Looker,

  • Curtis Finishes Fourth At Old Town Sectional Invitational

    OLD TOWN — At Saturday’s annual Old Town Sectional Invitational, Mackenzie Curtis of the Mount Desert Island Trojans turned in a fourth place finish in 20:43.46. But the Trojans fielded only three varsity runners, with Dominique Hessert placing 10th in 21:48.12 and Kailyn Russell finishing 18th in 22:24.58. Old Town’s Dacie Manion continued her winning

  • GSA Girls, Sumner Boys Win Seacoast Invitational

    SULLIVAN — The George Stevens Academy Eagle girls and the host Sumner Tiger boys took top honors in Friday’s annual Seacoast Invitational. SULLIVAN — The George Stevens Academy Eagle girls and the host Sumner Tiger boys took top honors in Friday’s annual Seacoast Invitational. Top individual honors in the eight-school competition went to Faith Mackay

  • Ellsworth Teams Are Cross Country Winners

    BLUE HILL — The Ellsworth Eagle boys and girls were winners on Friday in a four-team cross-country meet at Blue Hill. BLUE HILL — The Ellsworth Eagle boys and girls were winners on Friday in a four-team cross-country meet at Blue Hill. Complete results and times for the races were not available, but Ellsworth standouts