Girls Basketball

GIRLS BASKETBALL: Marshwood Athletics: 53 Brunswick High School: 38 Saturday, Jan 11 2020 Marshwood @ Brunswick Venue: Brunswick High School

GIRLS BASKETBALL: Marshwood Athletics: 60 York High School: 46 Tuesday, Jan 14, 2020 York @ Marshwood


GIRLS BASKETBALL: Marshwood Athletics: 64 Sanford Schools: 45 Friday, Jan 17, 2020 Marshwood @ Sanford

BOYS BASKETBALL: Marshwood 49 Sanford 46

BOYS BASKETBALL: Marshwood 49 Sanford 46

By Staff Reports / sports@seacoastonline.com Jan 17, 2020 SOUTH BERWICK, Maine — The Class A Hawks improved to 7-6 on the season with this win over Class AA Sanford. Justin Bryant scored 24 points, including 15 in the second half as Marshwood overcame a six-point deficit entering the fourth quarter. Kelvin Peterson added 10 points for the Hawks.

Alpine Skiing

Alpine Skiing 1/13/2020 Shawnee Peak Next Race: Friday, 1/17, 5:30 PM @ Shawnee Peak (SL)
Boys Alpine Opponents: 5-team WMC / SMAA cross-over Final Standings:
 Greeley (29) Marshwood (38) Gray-New Glouchester (45) Cape Elizabeth (57) Windham (67) Marshwood Scorers (combined time, finish) Sean Maguire (1:02.81, 1) Zach Glidden (1:11.71, 8) Brennan Shiverick (1:14.98, 14) Jack Lusenhop (1:15.42, 15) Other Notable Performances: Conrad Burke, Traip Academy (1:21.41, 26) Girls Alpine Opponents: 4-team WMC/SMAA cross-over
Final Standings:
 Cape Elizabeth (23) Marshwood (36) Greeley (47.5) Windham (59.5) Marshwood Scorers (combined time, finish) Lydia Phipps (1:09.37, 2) Ella Manero (1:10.30, 5) Reid Johnson (1:20.80, 9) Avery Waddell (1:31.00, 21)

Marshwood Alpine Skiing 

Marshwood Alpine Skiing 

Date: 1/10/20  Location: Shawnee Peak

Next Race: 1/13, GS, 5:30 @ Shawnee Peak

 

Boys Alpine

Opponents: 5-team SMAA

Final Standings:

  1. Marshwood (14)
  2. Kennebunk (44)
  3. Gorham (50)
  4. Windham (75)
  5. Cheverus (98)

Marshwood Scorers (combined time, finish)

Sean Maguire (1:37.33, 1)

Jack Flynn (1:49.88, 3)

Brennan Shiverick (1:50.24, 4)

Zach Glidden (1:58.17, 6)

 

Other Notable Performances:

Collin Small, Marshwood (2:02.61, 8)

Conrad Burke, Traip Academy (2:29.37, 23)

 

Girls Alpine

Opponents: 4-team SMAA

 

Final Standings:

  1. Cheverus (25)
  2. Marshwood (34)
  3. Windham (41)
  4. Kennebunk (46)

Marshwood Scorers (combined time, finish)

Lydia Phipps (1:59.67, 4)

Ella Manero (2:07.64, 6)

Serafina Melino (2:10.14, 8)

Avery Waddell (2:38.71, 16)

Friday’s girls’ roundup: Foul shot lifts Marshwood past Kennebunk, 45-44

Girls’ basketball: Casey Perry gets a steal with 10 seconds left, then hit a 1 of 2 free throws and Marshwood improves to 3-0 with a one-point win.

Portland Press HeraldSTAFF REPORT

SOUTH BERWICK — Casey Perry caused a turnover with 10 seconds remaining, then connected on one of two fouls shots with six seconds remaining to give Marshwood a 45-44 girls’ basketball win over Kennebunk on Friday night.

The win lifted the Hawks to 3-0 while the Rams fell to 1-2.

Angelina Bisson led Marshwood with 19 points, four assists and three steals. Perry finished with three points and four steals.

Emily Archibald scored 26 points for Kennebunk.

Girls’ basketball: Marshwood rolls past Falmouth, 62-47

The Hawks open up a big lead in the first quarter and hand Falmouth its second loss in three nights

BY MIKE LOWESTAFF WRITER

SOUTH BERWICK — Lexi McGee had been struggling offensively, her shots not falling. But when the Marshwood High junior guard opened Thursday night’s game by hitting a 3-pointer, it gave her the boost she needed.

McGee scored 17 points, hitting three 3-pointers, as the Hawks roared past Falmouth 62-47 in a Class A South basketball game.

Marshwood, which won its third consecutive game to improve to 8-2, opened a 13-point lead in the first quarter and stayed in control throughout. Falmouth, which won just two games a year ago, lost its second game in three nights to drop to 6-4.

“We were concerned because we knew they were playing well,” said Marshwood Coach Steve Freeman. “We came out the other night, against (Traip Academy), and played really well early and were hoping it would carry over. And it did.

“We came out and I couldn’t have been happier with how they played to start the game and, really, the entire first half.”

Marshwood, using its size and experience, forced the Yachtsmen into 14 first-half turnovers and controlled rebounds on both ends of the court. It was 39-19 at halftime.

After McGee’s opening 3-pointer, Anna Turgeon (14 points) scored inside for Falmouth. But the Hawks got the next 10 points, forcing five turnovers. Angelina Bisson hit two 3-pointers in that stretch, her second making it 13-2.

McGee said hitting her first shot “definitely gave us a boost. I guess it got us on track. I just said, ‘Relax and go out and have fun.’”

The Hawks had a balanced offense. Casey Perry and Kayla Goodwin each scored 13 points, while Bisson had eight.

That’s how the Hawks play when they’re at their best. Their two losses were to York (66-38) and Kennebunk (43-33), games in which they struggled to get anything going offensively.

But the combination of Perry and Goodwin inside and Marshwood’s outside shooters – the Hawks hit six 3-pointers – was too much for Falmouth.

“Being able to drive and also have our shooters out there kind of made them play me 1-on-1 instead of double-teaming,” said Perry, who missed most of last year because of a shoulder injury. “They had to cover Lexi, they had to cover Lina. All our shooters were 

The game served as a learning experience for a young Falmouth squad, which was missing starter Lauren Welch (illness). Falmouth did cut a 25-point deficit to 14 midway through the fourth.

“We just battle all game long, we don’t give up,” said Falmouth Coach Dawn Armandi. “If we want to compete with the best, we have to be able to play 32 minutes or more.

“And tonight, I felt like we were going to get run off the floor. So I kept them out there and made them play the whole game.”

For Marshwood, the eight wins is a little surprising, considering the Hawks graduated 14 players from last year’s regional semifinalist.

“To have this brand new team and be playing like this is awesome,” said Perry. “It means that we can keep getting better.”

Mid Year Exam Schedule

Mid Year Exam Schedule

2019-2020

Tuesday 1/21

7:30 –     8:00 am Review Exam per 1

8:00 –   10:00 am Exam per 1

10:05 – 10:50 am Top Floor Lunch/Bottom Floor Advisories

10:50 – 11:35 am Bottom Floor Lunch/Top Floor Advisories

11:40 – 12:10 pm Review Exam per 7

12:10 –   2:15 pm Exam per 7

Wednesday 1/22

7:30 –    8:00 am Review Exam per 2

8:00 –  10:00 am Exam per 2

10:05 –10:50 am Top Floor Lunch/Bottom Floor Advisories

10:50 –11:35 am Bottom Floor Lunch/Top Floor Advisories

11:40 –12:10 pm Review Exam per 6

12:10 –  2:15 pm Exam per 6

Thursday 1/23

7:30 –   8:54 am Teacher Late Start Time

8:58 –   9:05 am Review Exam per 3

9:05 – 11:05 am Exam per 3

11:09 –11:39 am Top Floor Lunch/Bottom Floor per 5 review

11:39 –12:09 am Bottom Floor Lunch/Top Floor per 5 review

12:13 –  2:15 pm Exam per 5

Friday 1/24

7:30 –    8:00 am Review Exam per 4

8:00 –  10:00 am Exam per 4

10:05 –10:50 am Lunch

11:00 –  1:00 pm Make-Up Exam

Monday 1/27 First day of the second semester

Contingency Schedules:

 

Snow Day – Exam schedule is moved forward.  Make-up exams will be arranged as needed, and Friday’s exam schedule will be pushed into the second semester and will follow the schedule below.

7:30 –   7:45 am Review Exam per 4

7:45 –   9:45 am Exam per 4

Second Semester classes begin.

9:50 – 10:18 am Period 1 

10:22- 10:50 am Period 2

10:54 -11:22 am Period 3         

11:27 -12:02 pm Period 4         Top Floor Lunch/Bottom Floor Class

12:02 -12:37 pm Period 4         Bottom Floor Lunch/Top Floor Class

12:42 – 1:10 pm Period 5

 1:14 –  1:42 pm Period 6

1:46  – 2:15 pm Period 7

One Hour Delay Exam Day

8:30 –    9:00 am Review Morning Exam

9:00 –  11:00 am Morning Exam

11:05 –11:35 am Top Floor Lunch/Bottom Floor Afternoon Review

11:35 –12:10 pm Bottom Floor Lunch/Top Floor Afternoon Review

12:15 –  2:15 pm Afternoon Exam

Two Hour Delay Exam Day

9:30 –   11:17 am Morning Exam 

11:22 – 11:52 pm Top Floor Lunch/Bottom Floor Afternoon Review

11:52 – 12:22 pm Bottom Floor Lunch/Top Floor Afternoon Review

12:27 –   2:15 pm Afternoon Exam

Photography Class at Marshwood High School

Photography Class at Marshwood High School

It’s that time of year again. The first semester of Intro to Photography class is coming to a close. That means some of the amazing photos that students have taken throughout the year have been printed and will be on display for a pop-up gallery show during their final block day. As a part of their final exam, Photography students have selected and prepared work for an exhibit in Marshwood High School’s Main Lobby. Students are encouraged to engage an audience of their peers and MHS staff members in conversation about their photographs, the course, and the process. Teachers and administrators have been invited to be in the lobby during the 6th and 7th period (1:00 pm-2:00 pm ) blocks next week. The photos will be displayed in the hallway in the art wing after school on Thursday 1/16. Several of the pieces will also be displayed at this year’s District-Wide Art Show, in April. Stay tuned for the students’ photographs.