Winslow’s Wildes wins multiple awards

Michael Wildes, of Winslow High School, received several Division II Northern Maine Class B awards at the 44th annual Maine Coaches All-Star Banquet. Wildes accepted the Northern and Southern Maine Regional All-Stars and the soccer ball for All New England awards. Photo by Dan Cassidy

Accepts northern and southern Maine regional and New England soccer accolades

Dan Cassidyby Dan Cassidy

The 44th Annual Maine Soccer Coaches All-Star Banquet was held at the Spectacular Event Center in Bangor, Sunday, December 3.

Awards were presented by coaches of Northern Maine Class A, B and C, and Southern Maine Class A, B and C. The Presentation of awards included the 23rd Mane Soccer Coaches Senior Bowl MVPs, Northern and Southern Maine Regional All-Stars, Northern and Southern Maine state teams. Maine Soccer “Coach of the Year” Awards, NSCAA Region One Coach of the Year, Class “Players of the Year” Awards, All New England Awards, and All America Award presented to both boys and girls All-Star teams.

Michael Wildes, a senior at Winslow High School and a Class B Northern back soccer player earned multiple awards in the Northern and Southern Maine Regional All-Stars and All New England Awards. Jake Lapierre, a Winslow High School student was also awarded recognition. He was not present to accept the awards.

Wildes played four years of soccer. “I am really proud of my coaches and players at Winslow High,” he said. He is looking at attending one of several colleges: Babson, Assumption, or Saint Joseph’s College.

The event honored over 150 players and coaches at the All-Star Banquet.

Huard’s Karate Kreatures

Huard’s Martial Arts Little Dragons Halloween class. Photo courtesy Central Maine Photography

Kervin welcomed to Castleton University

Castleton University, in Castleton, Vermont, is excited to welcome Heather Kervin of Winslow, ME to the Castleton community. Kervin is one of more than nearly 600 new students who have registered for the fall 2017 semester!

Winslow youth football at homecoming

Members of Winslow Youth Football teams pose for a photo at the homecoming game at Poulin Field, in Winslow, on September 23. Photo by Carol Fredette, Central Maine Photography

Going to the open field

Winslow Youth Football fifth-sixth grade team member Talon Loftus carries the ball downfield during a recent game.
Photo by Kevin Giguere, Central Maine Photography staff

Winslow Public Safety open house a success

Owen and Amy Thornton, left, visited the open house and learned about law enforcement with Lieutenant Josh Veilleux and also took a tour of the Fire and Rescue trucks.

by Mark Huard

Makayla Olson, 5, of Vassalboro,visited with police, fire and rescue officials and took a tour of all the fire trucks/rescues.

The first Winslow Public Safety open house took place at Winslow Fire Department on September 30. Community members had the opportunity to meet and talk with the firefighters as well as other local public safety personnel from the police department and Delta. On display was a replica “Squad 51” that carried equipment that was made famous decades ago on the TV series Emergency, that portrayed the life of Los Angeles County, California Firefighter/­Paramedics Johnny Gage and Roy Desoto. This show was responsible for many people to pursue careers in the Fire and Emergency Medical Services. It also helped promote what the standard of care would be throughout the country at the time.

Photos by Mark Huard/ Owner Central Maine Photography

Ball control – Winslow Soccer 2017

Winslow U-14 travel soccer team member Owen Axelson takes control of the ball during a recent game with Dirigo Soccer Club, on September 10. Winslow won the game, 4-0. Photo by Kevin Giguere, Central Maine Photography staff

Soccer and field hockey action in Winslow

Winslow U-14 travel soccer player Justin Sardano, left, works for control of the ball during a recent game vs. Dirigo. Photo by Kevin Giguere, Central Maine Photography staff

Winslow Junior High field hockey player Nevaeh Duplessie (24) and Devyn Lively (27) team up against Skowhegan in their opening game of the season on September 13. Photo by Tawni Lively, Central Maine Photography staff

Girls’ Soccer action in Winslow

Winslow U-12 girls travel soccer team member Kaylyn Bourque playing against Oxford on September 10. Oxford won the game, 6-2.
Photo by Kevin Giguere, Central Maine Photography staff

Heather Kervin welcomed to Castleton University

Castleton University, in Castleton, Vermont, is excited to welcome Heather Kervin, of Winslow, to the Castleton community. Kervin is one of more than nearly 600 new students who have registered for the fall 2017 semester!