Track

  • Hancock County athletes win eight indoor track events

    ORONO — Hancock County athletes won eight events at Saturday’s Eastern Maine Indoor Track League meet at the University of Maine-Orono New Balance Field House. Team scores and local first-place finishers are listed below: Girls’ meet A Team scores: Brewer, first with 157 points; Old Town; second with 124; MDI, third with 73; Mattanawcook, fourth

  • Hancock County athletes win four indoor track events

    Hancock County athletes win four indoor track events

    ORONO — Four Hancock County athletes won events at Saturday’s Eastern Maine Indoor Track League meet at the University of Maine’s New Balance Field House. Bucksport’s Mavis Taungatu’a, Danny Bunker and Johann Bradley as well as Ellsworth’s Tim Curtis all won events. Taungatu’a won the girls’ shot put with a distance of 36 feet and

  • Bucksport girls win four indoor track events

    ORONO — The Bucksport girls’ indoor track team notched four first-place finishes in events at Saturday’s Eastern Maine Indoor Track League meet at the University of Maine. Natalie Coleman, Meaghan Goodine and Mavis Taungatu’a led Bucksport to a third place finish among five teams with 44 points in meet B — one of three taking

  • Hancock County athletes take first in 10 events

    ELLSWORTH — Hancock County high school athletes collected a total of 10 first-place finishes in events at Saturday’s Eastern Maine Indoor Track League meet. The University of Maine-Orono’s New Balance Field House hosted the meet, which was divided into two categories of A and B. Girls’ meet A Bucksport’s Mavis Taungatu’a won the shot put

  • Track: Three Hancock County athletes win events

    ELLSWORTH — Three Hancock County high school athletes took first in events at Saturday’s Penobscot Valley Conference indoor track meets at the University of Maine-Orono. Winners included Ellsworth senior Julia Zavaleta, Bucksport senior Mavis Taungatu’a and Bucksport junior Johann Bradley. Zavaleta edged Hannah Smith of Brewer for first place in the girls’ 800-meter run. Zavaleta

  • Seniors make PVC Track All-Academic Team

    Twenty-one Hancock County high school seniors have made the 2015 Penobscot Valley Conference Outdoor Track and Field All-Academic Team. The senior athletes listed below have completed seven semesters with a grade point average of 90 percent or higher. Ellsworth: Olivia Lounder, Jack Weeks and Brandon St. Germain. George Stevens Academy: Liam Adams, Jennifer Burton, Madison

  • Hancock County athletes take first at state track meet

    YARMOUTH – Three Hancock County athletes won events at the Class C track and field championships on Saturday at Yarmouth High School. Bucksport junior Mavis Taungatu’a and GSA sophomores Morgan Dauk and John Hassett each took first in individual events. Dauk won the girls’ javelin throw with a distance of 114-02; Hassett won the boys’

  • Hancock County athletes win events at PVC championships

    OLD TOWN – Two Ellsworth High School athletes won individual events at Saturday’s Penobscot Valley Conference Large School Championship meet at Old Town High School. Ellsworth junior Elizabeth Perry placed first in discus (108-01) and shot put (34-11.75), and senior Jack Weeks won the 800-meter run (2:01.90). For the large school girls’ teams, Hampden won with

  • GSA girls take first at Hancock County track championships

    BAR HARBOR — The George Stevens Academy Eagle girls placed first at Friday’s Hancock County Outdoor Track Championships at Mount Desert Island High School. The GSA girls collected nine wins and 152.50 points. MDI placed second with 108.50 points; Bucksport was third with 43, followed by Ellsworth with 38 and Sumner with seven. GSA’s Mazie

  • Bucksport’s Mavis Taungatu’a wins three events

    BUCKSPORT — Bucksport’s Mavis Taungatu’a took first in three events on Thursday at a home meet. Taungatu’a won the javelin (98-03), the discus throw (95-04) and the shot put (35-04.00). The Bucksport girls placed fourth of six schools with 47 points. George Stevens Academy placed second with 104 points, and Orono won with 268. As