CHS Athletics Results for 9/17

This Monday was a busy day for the CHS fall sports teams. The volleyball team played a home game against the Woodland Dragons while the boys and girls soccer teams also played home games against the Dragons. While that was going on, the golf team traveled to Bucksport to play the Bucks at their home course. The volleyball team and girls soccer team defeated the dragons while the boys soccer team took a loss. The golf team also lost their match against the Bucks, posting a team score of 247 against a 201 from the Bucks. (Pictured left, Blue Devil Colton Sherrard blocks a kick from a Dragon.)

CHS Soccer Vs. DIS

This Saturday, September 1st, the CHS soccer team played the Deer Isle Mariners in Calais. Both the girls and boys teams played, both finishing with a victory. The boys won with a fine score of 10-1 over the Mariners. The game brought the Blue Devils off to a great start for the soccer season. (Pictured left, Blue Devil Gavin Parks makes a goal.)

CMHS Back to School Night


Tomorrow night CMHS will be hosting a Back to School night in the school cafeteria. Dinner will  be held between 5:30PM and 6:00PM. After that, parents and students as well as administration will discuss certain topics for the upcoming school year. Grading systems and portals, attendance, technology expectations, and the BARR program are some topics that will be touched upon. All students and their parents are encouraged to come.

CHS Golf Results

@ Blinking Bonnie Golf Links

CHS, Sumner, Dexter, PVHS

Shane DelMonaco, 54

Dylan Korasadowicz, 58

Kobe Saunders, 62


@ Barren View Golf Course

CHS, Machias

Shane DelMonaco, 53

Dylan Korasadowicz, 56

Kobe Saunders, 67


@ St. Croix Country Club

Shane DelMonaco, 49 (Co-Medalist)

Kobe Saunders, 55

Dylan Korasadowicz, 57

(Pictured left, freshmen Kobe Saunders prepares to hit an approach shot at a home match.)


CMS Celebration of Growth

On the evening of June 4th, the CMHS Class of 2022 had their Celebration of Growth in the CMHS gymnasium. This event honors the students’ completion of middle school and marks their transition into high school. We are all very proud of all the students and wish them the best of luck as they enter high school next year. (Pictured left, Principal Mary Anne Spearin shakes hands with a student and presents him with his certificate.)