Golf

  • MDNA golf tournament results 

    MDNA golf tournament results 

    MOUNT DESERT—Sponsored by The First National Bank and First Wealth Management, the Mount Desert Nursing Association (MDNA) held its 4th Annual Stethoscope Open Golf Tournament on Saturday, Sept. 12 at the Northeast Harbor Golf Club. Thirty teams competed in a four–person scramble format. This year, due to COVID-19, the normal “shotgun” start was replaced by the use of tee times that started at 8 a.m. and ended at 3 p.m.   

  • 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

  • Golf tournament registration open 

    Golf tournament registration open 

    BAR HARBOR—Registration for the 27th Annual David R. Harding Memorial Golf Tournament is now open. The event will run Sept. 17–23 at Kebo Valley Golf Club in Bar Harbor. Up to 28 teams will compete for top prizes and to raise money for the YWCA of Mount Desert Island.  Golfers interested in competing in the tournament can register at barharbor.bank/golf. Registration is $95 per person

  • MSGA announces scholarships  

    MSGA announces scholarships  

    CUMBERLAND – The Maine State Golf Association is pleased to announce the two winners of the Frank Langlois Scholarship. This award gives a one-time grant of $5,000 to one male and one female student who have shown an active interest in golf in Maine. This year’s Frank Langlois Scholarship recipients are Gabrielle James of Bar Harbor and

  • JV golf team makes most of season

    JV golf team makes most of season

    BAR HARBOR — As head coach of one of the few junior varsity golf teams in eastern Maine this season, Bryan Maurais had to get creative. Few teams around have the numbers required to field a JV golf team, something Mount Desert Island High School has been fortunate to do in recent years. That means

  • Scramble supports AYS

    BAR HARBOR — Acadian Youth Sports will hold the 4th Annual AYS Golf Scramble Saturday, Oct. 26 at noon at Kebo Valley Golf Club. Fees are $75 per adult, which includes greens fees, cart, tee gift, dinner, and prizes for winning teams. Juniors fees are $55. Visit acadianyouthsports.org.

  • Golf at states

    Golf at states

    VASSALBORO — The Mount Desert Island High School golf team concluded its season with the Class B championships Saturday at Natanis Golf Course. Gabbie James and Ashton Lozano shot 18-hole 97s for MDI, which took 11th place with a score of 403 on the day. Olivia Gray (104), Daniel Clark (105), Emily Carter (108) and

  • Golf team goes 7-4

    Golf team goes 7-4

    BAR HARBOR — It’s busy time of year for the Mount Desert Island High School golf team, which is now 7-4 on the season after playing four matches in seven days. Last Tuesday, MDI traveled to Hidden Meadows in Old Town and stuck with an undefeated Old Town team. The Trojans scored 192 to the