Tennis

  • EHS girls end regular tennis season with 3-2 win over Foxcroft

    EHS girls end regular tennis season with 3-2 win over Foxcroft

    ELLSWORTH — The Ellsworth girls’ tennis team ended its regular season on a high note. Ellsworth (7-5) defeated Foxcroft (4-7) 3-2 on Saturday. For singles, Alexa Grant of Ellsworth beat Maddie Fadley 8-1; Lexi Raymond of Foxcroft beat Samantha Mason 8-1; and Victoria Page-Jackson of Ellsworth beat Alice Russo 9-7. For doubles, Elena Russo and

  • GSA boys’ tennis team leads Class C North

    GSA boys’ tennis team leads Class C North

    BLUE HILL — The George Stevens Academy boys’ tennis team leads the Class C North with a 7-1 record. GSA beat Dexter 4-1 on Monday. For singles, Beowulf Urban (GSA) beat William Strauch 8-1; Chandler Perkins (Dexter) beat Ben Politte 8-5; and Aidan Byrne (GSA) beat Jake Stevens 8-0. For doubles, Kent Fang and Leif

  • MDI boys’ tennis team off to 5-1 start

    MDI boys’ tennis team off to 5-1 start

    BAR HARBOR — The Mount Desert Island boys’ tennis team handed George Stevens Academy (5-1) its first loss on the season on Friday. MDI (6-3) beat GSA 4-1. For singles, Kaleb Payson (MDI) defeated Matt Stephens 8-3; Beowulf Urban (GSA) defeated Teddy Geary 8-2; and Drake Janes (MDI) defeated Ben Politte 8-2. For doubles, Jimmy

  • MDI girls’ tennis team improves to 4-1

    MDI girls’ tennis team improves to 4-1

    ELLSWORTH — The Mount Desert Island girls’ tennis team shut out three of its opponents this week, improving its record to 4-1. The following are results from the past week. GIRLS’ TENNIS Tuesday GSA 5, Dexter 0 GSA singles winners: Erin Niehott, Abbey Frost and Lindsay Nevin. GSA doubles winners: Hunter Morris and Jenna Gray;

  • High school tennis results

    High school tennis results

    ELLSWORTH — Tennis season is here. The following are Hancock County boys’ and girls’ results from the past week. GIRLS’ RESULTS Monday John Bapst 3, MDI 2 Mount Desert Island singles winner: India Janes. MDI doubles winners: Delany Smith and Izzy Wellman-Webster. Ellsworth 5, WA 0 Ellsworth singles winners: Alexa Grant, Sammy Mason and Victoria

  • Angell Open supports mental health

    PORTLAND — Eliot Potvin, a Hampden native now playing out of Portland, reclaimed his men’s open singles title at the Angell Open on Friday and Saturday at the Racket and Fitness Center. The tournament is a fundraiser for the National Alliance on Mental Illness, Maine as well as advocacy for improved treatment for mental illness.

  • Tennis clinics available in Southwest Harbor

    SOUTHWEST HARBOR — The Mount Desert Island Harbor House’s tennis clinics with Dan Granholm will start May 7 and run for four weeks at the Gwendolyn Dolliver tennis courts on Herrick Road. The clinics, led by an experienced local tennis pro, will focus on teaching all-around tennis skills. Beginners of all levels of ability are

  • Downeast tennis tourney slated for Sept. 19

    Downeast tennis tourney slated for Sept. 19

    BLUE HILL — The Blue Hill Country Club’s At Home Downeast Tennis Round Robin fundraiser is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 19. The tournament will be conducted in a round robin format. Players will be matched randomly each of the five rounds. Prizes will be awarded to the men’s and women’s top players. Refreshments and meals

  • Chris Angell Summer Classic supports mental health

    Chris Angell Summer Classic supports mental health

    ELLSWORTH — Adrian van Dereb of Brooksville defeated Julia Rumney of Venice, Fla., 6-4, 6-4 in a tight match for the girls’ age 18 and under Chris Angell Summer Classic championship on June 27 at the Ellsworth Tennis Center. For the boys’ age 18 and under championship, which was held on June 28, Nathaniel Boechat

  • Eagle tennis camp set for July 6-10

    Eagle tennis camp set for July 6-10

    ELLSWORTH — The Eagle tennis camp, led by Ellsworth High School tennis coach Brian Higgins, is set for July 6-10 at the EHS tennis courts. The cost for participants is $50. The beginners class for grades 6-8 will begin each morning at 8. The intermediate class for grades 8-10 will start at 9, and the