Articles by: Matt Mitterhoff

Matt Mitterhoff

Matt Mitterhoff

  • Northeast Harbor Golf Club holds third annual tournament

    MOUNT DESERT — The Northeast Harbor Golf Club held the third annual Robert A. Gardner Memorial Golf Tournament on Saturday, June 25. The team of Chris Burnett, Kyle Westhorpe, Ebb Walton and Gary Discillo came in first overall with a gross score of 52. Fred Gardner, Debbie Gardner, Will Gardner and Jerome Suminsby came in

  • JV baseball goes 14-4

    JV baseball goes 14-4

    BAR HARBOR — The Mount Desert Island High School boys’ JV baseball team finished their season 14-4. Coach Brent Barker praised the squad as the “one of the most athletic teams” he has coached in a long time. Barker said the main thing he focuses on when coaching a JV team like this is development

  • Tau Infinity and Beyond goes the distance for Alzheimer’s

    Tau Infinity and Beyond goes the distance for Alzheimer’s

    BAR HARBOR — A research team at The Jackson Laboratory organized an event in conjunction with the Alzheimer’s Association “Longest Day” fundraiser Monday, in which members participated in physical and mental exercise to raise awareness of Alzheimer’s disease. The team, named “Tau Infinity and Beyond” after a protein that contributes significantly to the disease, was

  • Teen camps offered

    MOUNT DESERT — The Acadia Leadership Institute (ALI) at Camp Beech Cliff this year will offer weeklong camps for teens going into eighth through 11th grades. The camps, billed as Acadia Teen Camps, were “created to cater specifically to the interests, independence and social dynamic of young teens and broaden exploration of Acadia National Park

  • Hearing on mussel farm lease to resume

    Hearing on mussel farm lease to resume

    BASS HARBOR — The Maine Department of Marine Resources will reconvene a public hearing about a proposed 10-year lease renewal of 15 acres of coastal waters for mussel culture off Hardwood Island. The purpose will be to gather testimony from lessors Maine Cultured Mussels, the DMR and interveners regarding the clean-up of dropped nets in

  • MDI runners at NE regionals

    NEW BRITAIN, Conn. — Five Mount Desert Island High School Trojans travelled to the New England Interscholastic Track and Field Championships here on June 11, where they competed against high schools from all over the Northeast in sprint and relay events. Ryan Bender placed 13th out of 21 in the 200-meter dash and 14th out

  • JV softball played strong

    JV softball played strong

    BAR HARBOR — The Mount Desert Island High Trojans junior varsity softball team went 2-11 for the season this spring, with one game won by a 20-point lead and another lost after a strong comeback with only eight players on the field. The Lady Trojans defeated Orono 28-8 and Belfast 12-5. “Definitely this season was

  • Trojans nudged from playoffs

    Trojans nudged from playoffs

    WATERVILLE — The Mount Desert Island High School Trojans baseball team were edged out of the playoffs in a 2-1 loss to Waterville Panthers Wednesday. “We played really well. It was our sixth one run game we’ve lost,” coach Mike Swanson said. “We had no errors again… in an hour and fifteen minute game, that’s

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