Cross country

  • MDI boys, girls win PVC cross-country championships

    MDI boys, girls win PVC cross-country championships

    BANGOR — Another week, another set of wins for the Mount Desert Island cross-country teams. The MDI boys’ and girls’ cross-country teams both claimed team titles Saturday afternoon in the Penobscot Valley Conference championships at Saxl Park in Bangor. The meet served as a hybrid conference and Northern Maine championship event as well as a

  • MDI boys, girls win Hancock County cross-country titles

    MDI boys, girls win Hancock County cross-country titles

    BUCKSPORT — The first meet of championship season saw another consistent effort from Mount Desert Island cross-country teams. The MDI boys’ and girls’ cross-country teams cruised to title wins in Monday’s Hancock County championships at Bucksport High School. The Trojans continued a strong campaign ahead of the upcoming regional and state championship meets. “This was

  • MDI XC girls 2nd, boys 3rd at Festival of Champions

    MDI XC girls 2nd, boys 3rd at Festival of Champions

    BELFAST — The Mount Desert Island cross-country team continued its 2020 season Saturday with this year’s Festival of Champions at Troy Howard Middle School in Belfast.  The meet was another successful one for MDI, with the girls’ team claiming second place and the boys’ team taking third. The meet pitted the Trojans against runners from nine other schools across Hancock, Penobscot and Waldo counties.  In

  • MDI boys, girls open cross-country season with wins

    MDI boys, girls open cross-country season with wins

    SEARSPORT — The Mount Desert Island boys’ and girls’ cross-country teams competed in the first meet of the 2020 season Friday evening as they traveled to Searsport District High School. The Trojans began their Northern Maine title defenses in winning fashion with 15-50 and 15-48 wins over the host team in the boys’ and girls’

  • MPA approves golf, XC, field hockey, soccer; football, volleyball moved to spring 

    MPA approves golf, XC, field hockey, soccer; football, volleyball moved to spring 

    BAR HARBOR — At long last, the verdict is in.  High school sports will be offered in Maine this fall after the Maine Principals’ Association received approval from state agencies on a framework for a 2020 season, though not all activities have been cleared to return. Golf, cross-country, field hockey and soccer will be offered with

  • Girls 2nd, boys 3rd at cross country states

    Girls 2nd, boys 3rd at cross country states

    CUMBERLAND — A strong season for the Mount Desert Island High School cross-country team concluded Saturday with the Class B championships at Twin Brook Recreation Area in Cumberland. MDI took second on the girls’ side and third on the boys’ side in the meet. The Trojans finished with what was by far the best performance

  • Trojans sweep Northern Maine XC meet

    Trojans sweep Northern Maine XC meet

    BELFAST — Add two more trophies to the 2019 Mount Desert Island High School cross-country team’s seemingly endless list of achievements. The MDI boys and girls rolled to first-place finishes Saturday at the Northern Maine championship cross-country meet in Belfast. The wins marked the first time in school history that the MDI boys and girls

  • XC sweeps county championships

    XC sweeps county championships

    SULLIVAN — The Mount Desert Island High School cross-country team continued its season of dominance Friday with a sweep of the Hancock County championships at Sumner Memorial High School. The MDI girls’ team claimed its third first-place finish of the season with 29 points. The Trojans withstood strong performances from second-place Ellsworth (40 points) and

  • MDI runners shine in Belfast Festival of Champions

    MDI runners shine in Belfast Festival of Champions

    BELFAST — Runners from all over New England traveled to Belfast for Saturday’s Festival of Champions, and Mount Desert Island runners were some of the top competitors. On the girls’ side, Mount Desert Island High School finished sixth of 56 teams overall. The Trojans finished with 332 points to beat out Cape Elizabeth’s 338 and