Soccer

  • Dmitrieff’s hat trick gives boys win over Ellsworth

    Dmitrieff’s hat trick gives boys win over Ellsworth

    BAR HARBOR — Eight days after playing to a stalemate, the Mount Desert Island High School and Ellsworth High School boys’ soccer teams appeared headed for the same result on the same field. After last Tuesday’s back-and-forth affair saw neither team gain the upper hand, MDI and Ellsworth were again deadlocked in a winner-take-all playoff

  • MDI, Ellsworth play to 1-1 draw

    MDI, Ellsworth play to 1-1 draw

    BAR HARBOR — After closing out the regular season with a tense battle, the Ellsworth and Mount Desert Island High School varsity boys’ soccer teams have unfinished business. Try as they might, neither MDI nor Ellsworth could gain the upper hand Tuesday night in a back-and-forth battle at MDI. With nothing separating the two sides,

  • Boys’ soccer tops Old Town, Hermon

    Boys’ soccer tops Old Town, Hermon

    BAR HARBOR — The Mount Desert Island High School boys’ soccer team stretched its unbeaten streak to eight games with wins last Wednesday against Old Town and Tuesday against Brewer. MDI earned a season sweep of Old Town last Wednesday with a 3-1 win at Old Town High School. The Trojans had previously defeated the

  • ‘Perfect goal’ gives girls win over Ellsworth

    ‘Perfect goal’ gives girls win over Ellsworth

    ELLSWORTH — Looking to conjure up a late goal, Lelia Weir put the ball where only her teammate could reach it. Less than four minutes remained in last Thursday’s game against Ellsworth when Weir, a sophomore midfielder on the Mount Desert Island High School varsity girls’ soccer team, stepped up to take a corner kick.

  • Girls soccer defeats Brewer

    Girls soccer defeats Brewer

    BAR HARBOR — The Mount Desert Island High School varsity girls’ soccer team defeated Brewer 2-1 Saturday, the team’s eighth win in eight games. Senior Daisy Granholm scored both goals in the win to stretch her season tally to 30. Lelia Weir provided both assists for MDI (8-1).

  • Trojan boys shut out Ellsworth

    Trojan boys shut out Ellsworth

    ELLSWORTH — To the naked eye, the attacking threats seemed to come out of nowhere; to the Mount Desert Island High School boys’ soccer team, they were the natural products of inch-perfect execution. From the opening kick of last Wednesday’s road game against Ellsworth, MDI had its hands full in the bitter cold against its

  • Girls breeze past GSA to continue win streak

    Girls breeze past GSA to continue win streak

    BAR HARBOR — The Mount Desert Island High School girls’ soccer team stretched its winning streak to six games last Thursday with an 8-0 victory over George Stevens Academy in Blue Hill. Daisy Granholm scored six goals and provided two assists for MDI in the win. Zoe Olson and Hannah Goodwin (one goal apiece) and

  • Boys climb to No. 1 in Class B North

    Boys climb to No. 1 in Class B North

    BAR HARBOR — The Mount Desert Island High School boys’ soccer team moved into first place in Class B North last week following a draw with undefeated Caribou and a road win over George Stevens Academy. Last Wednesday, MDI took on Caribou and fought the visiting Vikings to a 1-1 draw. Treyan Nelson scored the

  • Boys down Hermon, reach No. 3

    Boys down Hermon, reach No. 3

    BAR HARBOR — As the halfway point of the 2019 soccer season arrives, the Mount Desert Island High School boys’ team is sitting pretty. With six of the 14 games on their regular season schedule down, the Trojans are currently in third place in a crowded Class B North field. That success has come as

  • Trojan girls top Class B

    Trojan girls top Class B

    BAR HARBOR — In a weather-shortened game Tuesday, the Mount Desert Island High School girls’ soccer team defeated visiting Caribou 3-1. The win continued last week’s early-season success with wins over Brewer and John Bapst. Daisy Granholm scored all three goals for MDI (6-1) against Caribou, with two assists from Lelia Weir. The third goal

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