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Luchini’s Coach of the Year honor headlines 1st round of fall sports season awards

first_img Hospice volunteers help families navigate grief and find hope – September 12, 2020 Bio Latest Posts Mike MandellMike Mandell is the sports editor at The Ellsworth American and Mount Desert Islander. He began working for The American in August 2016. You can reach him via email at mmandell@ellsworthamerican.com. Latest posts by Mike Mandell (see all)center_img ELLSWORTH — Ellsworth’s Louie Luchini was named the Penobscot Valley Conference Coach of the Year for girls’ cross-country Saturday after leading the team to its first state championship in 40 years a week earlier.On Oct. 27, the Eagles topped Yarmouth by three points to win the Class B title at Troy Howard Middle School in Belfast. The win was the first state title for any Ellsworth team in the sport since Luchini led the boys’ team to the crown as a senior in 1998.Elsewhere, the conference announced its golf, soccer and volleyball selections. Ellsworth athletes were chosen to various teams in all three sports.In golf, the Eagles’ Riley Grindle was named a first-team selection. Mount Desert Island’s Kyle Nicholson and Gabbie James were named Class B Male Golfer of the Year and Class B Female Golfer of the Year, respectively, after leading the Trojans to the PVC title and second place at the Class B championships last month.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textIn Class B soccer, Ellsworth freshman Addi Laslie was named to the girls’ first team along with MDI’s Lelia Weir. The Eagles’ Carter Frank and the Trojans’ Leao Nelson were first-team selections on the boys’ side.On the second team in Class B, Ellsworth’s Sierra Andrews and MDI’s Sydney Kachmar were among the girls’ selections. Nick Duley of the Trojans was named to the boys’ second team.In Class C, George Stevens Academy’s Bess MacArthur and Sumner’s Skylar Soule were first-team selections. GSA’s Julianna Allen and Mallory Charette were second-team choices with Sumner’s Emma Bunch and Bucksport’s Madison Cyr and Mikayla Tripp selected to the third team.Class C also had a number of boys’ players selected with Sumner’s Damon Warren and GSA’s Chris Bennett and Jeremiah Scheff chosen for the first team. Sumner also had two second-team selections in Orlando Herrera and Silas Goldfarb. GSA’s Ricardo Sanchez was a second-team pick, and Bucksport’s Braison Capitano (second team) and Jakob Donnell (third team) were also selected.Hancock County had athletes from a number of schools selected to the All-PVC volleyball squads with Olivia Robidoux of Ellsworth leading the way on the first team. The Eagles’ Olivia Dyer was chosen to the second team along with Lillie Maier of GSA and Blue Howard of Sumner. Ellsworth runners compete in virtual Boston Marathon – September 16, 2020 MPA approves golf, XC, field hockey, soccer; football, volleyball moved to spring – September 10, 2020last_img read more

Wilson leads offense to 2 touchdowns in 2nd half after sitting out 1st

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on April 19, 2014 at 5:03 pm Contact David: dbwilson@syr.edu | @DBWilson2 The battle for the backup quarterback spot is wide open, Syracuse quarterbacks coach Tim Lester said, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t some hierarchy.Mitch Kimble and A.J. Long have been essentially even since Kimble’s return from a back injury, but Austin Wilson has lagged a bit behind. He struggled to start the spring, Lester said, and didn’t play in the first half of Saturday’s Spring Game because he has statistically been the worst of the four quarterbacks this spring.“A.J. and Mitch have had better numbers throughout camp,” Lester said, “so that was the order by the numbers.”But when Wilson finally did get his chance, he was flawless. He completed all six of his passes for 124 yards and led the offense on back-to-back touchdown drives during the second half. Wilson helped his side rally after blowing a lead and beat the defense 34-27.He was helped by some spectacular offensive plays after the catch by wide receivers Jeremiah Kobena and Ashton Broyld, who both scored their touchdowns on screen passes.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textBut Wilson looked poised managing the offense after it had sputtered to three straight three-and-outs to start the second half with Long and Kimble under center.“Ashton made a lot of great plays out there, so did all my other guys. They were all just doing what they had to do,” Wilson said. “They made my job easy.”Wilson also had the benefit of the offense setting things up for big plays in the second half. Kimble and Long did much of the dirty work and by the time Wilson came in, the Orange could open its playbook up and Wilson responded.But it’s still just one practice and Lester isn’t ready to make any judgments on his backup quarterback. Lester needs to see incoming freshman quarterback Alin Edouard, and also see who keeps improving into the summer and beyond.Said Lester: “Camp will tell us a lot more.” Commentslast_img read more