The girls tennis team has five seniors who competed two years ago. Even though we haven’t competed and played much since 2019, Coach Mark Churchill feels we will be competitive because of our past experience. Positions that are listed reflect how things look now, still in the preseason.
Starting off, senior Emma Plummer will be at first singles, senior Ariel Plummer at second singles, and senior McKenna Martin at third singles. Seniors Jill McDonald and Riley Eaton will be at first doubles. Second doubles will rotate between junior Anwen Hudson and sophomores Taylor Wiberg, Katie Gsell, Grace McGuire, and Marlaine Jones.
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Editor’s note: This is the first in what will be many twice-monthly columns to be written by Bill Haviland about the history of Indians on Deer Isle from the end of the ice age to the time of European settlement. We are delighted and proud to have Bill, with his vast experience and passion for history, chronicling Indian activity and seasonal settlement on the Island. Our intention is to publish this material to help Islanders and visitors alike understand and appreciate those who were here first.
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27 students move their tassles from the right to the left
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Craft school makes use of its pandemic timeout
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Fire Service helicopter helps extinguish it
Tennis regular season is over
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Voters approve updated waterfront ordinance
Town gets the go ahead to buy the Odd Fellows Hall
COVID hold lifted, hoping for games soon
Morey playing for Bucksport
Richard D. Goodwin
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