Monday, 05 February 2018 00:51

Schools compete in final EMITL meet of the season

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ORONO - Schools from around the area competed in the final EMITL meet of the season on Saturday. Below are the final results. 

Girls morning session:

1) Bangor High School         174       

2) Hampden Academy           135

3) John Bapst Memorial HS      74       

4) Ellsworth High School      15

5) Sumner/Narraguagus Schools  14       

6) Hermon High School         11

7) Bangor Christian Schools     2       

8) Foxcroft Academy    no score

 

Boys morning session: 

1) Hampden Academy            112       

2) John Bapst Memorial HS     99

3) Bangor High School          89       

4) Hermon High School         69

5) Ellsworth High School       43       

6) Sumner/Narraguagus Schools 10

7) Bangor Christian Schools     5       

7) Foxcroft Academy     no score

 

Girls afternoon session: 

1) Brewer High School         135       

2) Old Town High School       80

3) Mount Desert Island HS      52       

4) Orono High School          51

5) George Stevens Academy      40       

6) Central High School        37

7) Mattanawcook Academy        12       

7) Bucksport High School      12

9) Penobscot Valley HS   no score

 

Boys afternoon session:

1) Brewer High School         110       

2) Old Town High School       84

3) Mount Desert Island HS      81       

4) Mattanawcook Academy       43

5) Orono High School           41       

6) Central High School        29

7) Bucksport High School       20       

8) Searsport District HS      12

9) George Stevens Academy       5

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