St. Dom's High School Sports

St. Dom's High School Sports

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H.S. tennis: Ramblers stop Saints; Phoenix advance; Devils fall

Winthrop freshman Megan Chamberland returns a shot to St. Dominic Academy's Callie Greco during their match at No. 2 singles in a Western Class C semifinal in Auburn on Saturday. Chamberland won the match, 6-4, 6-4.

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H.S. Tennis: Leavitt, McCarthy make it a Falmouth sweep; Silverman tops Hammond in semifinals

Brendan McCarthy of Falmouth returns a shot to Nick Mathieu of Mt. Ararat during the final match of the 2014 MPA singles championship Froday at Bates College in Lewiston. McCarthy win the match, 6-1, 6-2.

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H.S. Tennis: Hammond slices into the semifinals; Smith, Grignon, Letourneau bow out

WATERVILLE — Running laps and wind sprints practice after chilly practice this season at St. Dominic Academy helped condition freshman Bethany Hammond for Saturday's marathon day of tennis at the MPA singles championships. Three matches and three wins later, Hammond is on her way to ...

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H.S. Tennis: Rain shortens first day of singles tourney; Letourneau, Smith among those advancing

Lewiston's Kyleigh Letourneau returns a shot to Claire Valley of Brewer during their match at the MPA girls' singles championships at Colby College in Waterville on Friday.

H.S. Baseball: Saints outlast Cougars in opening showdown

AUBURN — Dirigo and St. Dom's can be penciled in as candidates to play in Class C regional and state championship baseball games every spring. You don't need a pencil, however, to count the number of times the Cougars and Saints have taken swings outside a gymnasium, or thrown pitche...

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St. Dom's softball preview

Coach: Scott Lovejoy (first year)

Boys' Lacrosse: Oak Hill survives St. Dom's

LEWISTON — The preseason calendar was covered with one giant question mark for Oak Hill boys' lacrosse. When would the Raiders be able to practice on a dry surface other than pavement? And how soon would the dozen players whose grades weren't up to par at the third-quarter checkpoint...

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St. Dom's boys' lacrosse preview

Coach: Jamie King (first year) Last year's record: 4-8 Returning letter-winners: Adam Vining, Kenton Ernst, Matt Chasse, Rick Lacombe. Promising newcomers: Francisco Andres, Isaac Lapointe. Sea...

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St. Dom's girls' tennis preview

Coach: Kevin Cullen (Second year) Last year's record: 10-4 (Lost in Western Class C semifinals to NYA) Returning letter-winners: Seniors — Amanda Dwyer, Alaina Dyer, Liza Gaylord, Callie Greco; Juniors — Zoe Caron, Emily...

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St. Dom's boys' tennis preview

Coach: Kevin Cullen (6th year) Last year's record: 13-2 (MVC Runners up, Lost to Waynflete in Western C semifinals) Returning letter-winners: Seniors — Jeff Ahlquist; Juniors — Mike Blaich, Chris Laverdiere; Sophomores &...

St. Dom's boys' track and field preview

Coach: Steve Amoroso (first year) Last year's results: 10th in MVC, 21st in Class C Returning letter-winners: Seniors — Nolan Aube (800), Michael Dempski (distance), Parker Hachey (200, 400), Madison Jalbert (distance), Matt S...

St. Dom's girls' track and field preview

Coach: Steve Amoroso (first year) Last year's results: fourth in MVC, 10th in Class C Returning letter-winners: Seniors — Brittany Eastman (hurdles), Alexis Laliberte (200, 400), Ellen Tuttle (distance, racewalk); Junior &mdas...

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Dumais helps Union get back to Frozen Four

Joe Dumais made his NCAA Division I head coaching debut this season — on an interim basis — while substituting behind the bench for Union bench boss Rick Bennett. Dumais is in his third year as an assistant coach with the Flying Dutchmen, his sixth as a Division I assistant.

HS Hockey: Inaugural showcase for an all-star cause

Leavitt's Clay Rowland, left, gets pressure from Presque Isle's Tyler Seely during the first period of the inaugural Class B Winter Class at USM in Gorham.

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HS Hockey: High drama at the mountaintop, and hardly surprising

LEWISTON — From the first week of December through the third week of February, choosing co-favorites to win the Class A hockey state championship could have been accomplished by plucking names written on folded pieces of paper from an unused helmet. So why should the second Saturday ...