Central Maine Youth Hockey Association Mini Mites Black team

Front row, from left to right, Cedric Carey, Annabelle Mayou, Chase Fay, Parker Watson and Caden Woods. Second row, Gabe Loubier, Martin Laliberty, Hunter Brown, Jacob Cyr and Kaiya Stevens. Back, Coaches James Laliberty and Tyler Brown. Absent from photo, Zekhi Alvarez. (photo by Mark Huard, Central Maine Photography)

2019 Central Maine Youth Hockey Association Yellow Mini Mites

Front row, from left to right, Bryson Pelotte, Jack Pelotte, Anderson Mcguire and Roman Kinsella. Back, Lydia Hussey, Coach Ashli Hussey, Owen Ment, Amelia Castonguay Tyler Fisher and Kien Mcdonald. Absent from photo, Evelyn Laws, Jace Lopez, Ella Gifford and Coach Micah Cram. (photo by Mark Huard, Central Maine Photography)

2019 Central Maine Youth Hockey Association U10 team

Front, Zaiden Thoopsamoot, left, and Michael Loubier. Back, from left to right, Assistant Coach Bryson Dostie, Jackson Hussey, Assistant Coach Ashli Hussey, Parker Doucette, Gavin Mushero, Eban Barbeau, Conner Mushero, Justin Cyr, Keon Stevens, Peyton Henning, Evan Stevens, Benjamin Labbe, Andrew Mayou Jr., Kristopher Finnemore, Abigail Webb and William Trainor. (photo by Mark Huard, Central Maine Photography)

2019 Central Maine Youth Hockey U8 White Mite Team

Front row, from left to right, Brad Poulin, Cooper Varney, Carl Bauer, Ryder Nadeau, Benjamin Wilkinson and Molly Borman, Back row, coach Matt Borman, Coach Justin Lawler, Easton Gradie, Jace Poulin, Chase Lawler, Tristyn Thoopsamoot, Coach Jarrod Poulin and Coach Erik Nadeau. (photo by Mark Huard, Central Maine Photography)

Showing of force

Some of the many youth competitors showing the force before the competition. (Photo by Missy Brown, Central Maine Photography staff)

Sumo wrestling champion 2019

Huard’s Martial Arts student Preston Schneider, of Madison, captured the eight-year-old sumo wrestling championship title at the Maine Skirmish Grappling Tournament held on November 10, at Winslow High School. (Photo by Missy Brown, Central Maine Photography staff)

Getting the upper hand

Katelynn Shores, 8, of Benton, grappling with Kayla Joseph, 8, of Oakland, at the Maine Skirmish Grappling Tournament on November 10. (photo by Missy Brown, Central Maine Photography staff)

2019 Winslow Youth Cheerleading grades 3 – 7

Members of the third through seventh grades Winslow Youth Cheerleading squad are, front, from left to right, Neveah, Sophia, Delana, Makayla, Audrey and Clara. Back Morgan, Hailee, Aaliyah, Rachel, Hayden and Norah. (photo by Missy Brown, Central Maine Photography staff)

State class B field hockey champions

Front row, from left to right, Abby Wright, Willa Dolley, Savanah Joler, Leah Pelotte, Mariah Morrison, Taylor Rodriguez, Silver Clukey and Abby Washburn. Second row, Kayla Hanson, Devyn Lively, Kaelyn Mulligan, Laney Bell, Lilly Harvey, Maddie Lower, Leah Knight, Sage Clukey, Bodhi Littlefield, Karlie Ramsdell, Alaina Lambert, Joscelyn Denis and Coach Beth Bourgoin. Back row, Assistant Coach Lisa Larrabee, JV Coach Lori Fredette, Hunter Lee, Kassidy Bibeau, Marissa Elwell, Michaela Demers, Nevaeh Duplessie, Alayna Morneault and Sabrina York. (Photo by Tawni Lively, Central Maine Photography staff)

The Winslow High School girls varsity field hockey team captured the state class B title on November 2 with a 7-2 victory over York.

Black Raiders defeat Purple Panthers

Winslow High School senior Cody Ivy carries the ball as he attempts to get away from the grasp of Waterville High School’s Nate Weir, during the annual, regular season ending game between the two arch rivals, at Drummond Field, in Waterville, on October 26. The Black Raiders dominated the Purple Panthers, 57-16, winning for the 10th consecutive time between the two teams, including playoffs. (Photo by Tawni Lively, Central Maine Photography)