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UM Presque Isle Will Induct Three Into Owls Hall of Fame

UM Presque Isle Will Induct Three Into Owls Hall of Fame

| June 26, 2015

THE¬†University of Maine Presque Isle will induct three new members into the Owls Athletics Hall of Fame. All three made significant contributions to the Owls success during their time on Campus. Sara Richard had her success on the cross country trails . Richard attended four NAIA National Cross country Championships . Steve Babineau made significant […]

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Tri Aroostook Kids Triathlon is Saturday

Tri Aroostook Kids Triathlon is Saturday

| June 26, 2015

One triathlon will be held tomorrow and another has been cancelled because of a lack of entrants. The adult Tri Aroostook that was set for tomorrow morning has been cancelled, but the Kids triathlon set for tomorrow afternoon is being held as scheduled with 39 youngsters taking part. Kelley:” We have the Tri Aroostook Kids […]

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Koch Looks Back On All American Season

Koch Looks Back On All American Season

| June 25, 2015

Washburn Carsyn Koch has just returned from her first year at Cedarville University . Koch, who was a four time High School Cross Country Champion and also picked up State Titles in Outdoor track competed in Cross Country, Indoor Track and Outdoor track at the Ohio University. She is spending the summer back in Washburn […]

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Practice Meet Held in Presque Isle

Practice Meet Held in Presque Isle

| June 23, 2015

The summer recreation programs are now underway. One of the first events was a track meet today in Presque Isle. While the Hershey Track Championships have been discontinued the Maine Parks and Recreation Departments are continuing the track competition with a State Meet next month. The Regional qualifier will be next Tuesday in Caribou. Today […]

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MPA Expands Cooperative Teams to Individual Sports

MPA Expands Cooperative Teams to Individual Sports

| June 23, 2015

There could be an increase in the number of cooperative teams for individual sports. The Maine Principals Association has made a change to the coop team rule for individual sports. Durost:”We have had cooperative individuals where a neighboring school would allow a couple of individuals to practice and compete alongside but still represent their own […]

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