Win medals at national competition

Jake Lapierre, of Winslow and Peter Mayhorn

The 15th edition of the National Cup track and field trials were held in Aurora, Colorado, on July 22-25. Two local athletes, Jake Lapierre, of Winslow, left, and Peter Mayhorn, of Waterville, won medals at the competition. Photo by Mark Huard, ownere Central Maine Photography

Track and field action

Photos by Mark Huard, owner Central Maine Photography

Logan Tardif

Logan Tardif, 11, of Waterville, competing in the USATF summer youth program through the parks and rec department. He was a double medalist earning two bronze medals.

 

Eric Boot

Eric Booth, of Winslow, competing in the 100 meter hurdles at the state championships, in Augusta.

Football season around the corner…

 

Football players Isaiah Watters

Winslow Youth Football players Isaiah Watters, above, and Hayden Lockhard, going through opening night practice on August 8.          Photos by Missy Brown, Central Maine Photography staff

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China North Minor A champions

China North Minor A baseball team

The China North Minor A baseball team recently won the league championship with an undefeated season. Front, left to right, Parker Bellows, Dylin Breton, Ryan Tyler, Tristan Anderson, Duncan Bailey, Parker Studholme, Hayden Chase, Keenan Clark, Kyle Burrill and Ayden Michaud. Back, coaches Chad Bailey, Kirk Studholme and Adam Chase.
Photo courtesy of Katie Bailey

Starters on U16 Seacoast Mariners

Michael Wildes, left, and Jake Warn, both of Winslow, are starters on the U16 Seacoast Mariners premier soccer team. On June 12 they defeated GPS Phoenix, 7-0, to win the State Cup for the third consecutive year.                         Photo courtesy of Central Maine Photography

Michael Wildes, left, and Jake Warn, both of Winslow, are starters on the U16 Seacoast Mariners premier soccer team. On June 12 they defeated GPS Phoenix, 7-0, to win the State Cup for the third consecutive year. Photo courtesy of Central Maine Photography

Sheepscot Valley champs

A combined team of players from St. Michael School, in Augusta, and Chelsea Middle School won the Sheepscot Valley Athletic Conference championship on June 8. St. Michael/Chelsea defeated Vassalboro, 6-0. The winning pitcher was Mitchell Tarrio, striking out 17 batters. He also led the offense with a triple and single, Kyle Douin and Bryton Kieltyka each had a double for the winners. The team is coached by David Tarrio and Jason Douin. Contributed photo

A combined team of players from St. Michael School, in Augusta, and Chelsea Middle School won the Sheepscot Valley Athletic Conference championship on June 8. St. Michael/Chelsea defeated Vassalboro, 6-0. The winning pitcher was Mitchell Tarrio, striking out 17 batters. He also led the offense with a triple and single, Kyle Douin and Bryton Kieltyka each had a double for the winners. The team is coached by David Tarrio and Jason Douin. Contributed photo

 

Young athletes take center stage

Battle of Maine

Left, Club Naha team member Michael Achorn and Huard’s Sport Karate team member Mikey Stewart with their awards after point fighting at the recent Maine Martial Arts Challenge, on April 10. Michael captured first place and Mikey, second place. (Photo by Missy Brown, Central Maine Photography staff).

Martial Arts tourney

Below left, Alfond Youth Center CEO Ken Walsh with Waterville Cal Ripken baseball team member Keegan Dumais during opening day ceremonies at Fran Purnell Field, in Waterville. Photo by Carol Fredette, Central Maine Photography staff. Below, Participants in the 36th annual Battle of Maine Martial Arts championships at Sukee Arena, in Winslow, on March 19. Photo by Dawn Jacques, Central MaineKen Walsh and player