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Sports news May 12

By Dale McGarrigle, BDN Staff

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High school tennis

CAMDEN, Maine — The Camden Hills Regional High School girls’ tennis team traveled to Maranacook HIgh School in Readfield on April 29 for its first away match of the season. and came away with a win. All sets were 6-0 except one game lost in the second set by Emma Blakeley and Abby Blakeley.

Match results were:

• Emma Blakeley defeated Adrienne Nel, 6-0, 6-1.

• Carissa English defeated Sarah Adams, 6-0, 6-0.

• Abby Blakeley defeated Brittany Guerette, 6-0, 6-0.

• Team Christine Forcillo and Camilla Walker defeated Julia Varney and Olivia Swimm, 6-0, 6-0.

• Team Kayla Hart and Erika Alex defeated Amy Bley and Victoria Nolete, 6-0, 6-0.

CAMDEN, Maine — The May 2 match with Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield produced another victory for the Camden Hills Regional High School tennis team. So far this season the Lady ‘Jammers have won 181 games and lost 12.

Match results were:

• Emma Blakeley defeated Megan Fowler, 6-0, 6-0.

• Carissa English defeated Proud Vid, 6-0, 6-0.

• Abby Blakeley defeated Vy Dang, 6-0, 6-0.

• Team Christine Forcillo and Camilla Walker defeated Diccbo Morrell and Kylee Allon, 6-1, 6-0.

• Team Kayla Hart and Erika Alex defeated Yo Wen and Bunny, Li 6-0, 6-0.

In exhibition singles, Sophie Salas defeated Emily Fung, 8-3.

In exhibition doubles Rachael Brown and Vanessa Bemis defeated Bermett Bar and Fiona Shed, 8-0, and  Elizabeth Belair and Lizzie Cox defeated Yo Wen and Bunny Li, 8-0.

A wallk in the Preserve

NEWCASTLE, Maine — Tish Carr, lands program director for Sheepscot Valley Conservation Association, will lead a walk at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 14, on the SVCA’s Griggs Preserve in Newcastle, rain or shine. The easy to moderate walk on approximately two miles of trails that meander through the forest affords views of Reversing Falls in Newcastle and the railroad bridge in Wiscasset. The property also has a number of interesting and unique features, including an old porcupine den and a small upland bog.

Meet at the Griggs Preserve parking lot and kiosk located on Trails End Road in Newcastle.

For more information call 586-5616 or e-mail

Fly-fishing demonstration

SEARSMONT, Maine — Join Georges River Land Trust and Trout Unlimited for a fly-fishing demonstration 10 a.m.-noon Saturday, May 21. Learn how to fly cast or improve your skills at the Canal Path in Searsmont. Bring boots and fly rod.The training is suitable for adults and children age 10 and older who are accompanied by an adult. The event is free to land trust members or $10 for others. The event is limited to 15 people. Call the land trust office at 594-5166 by Thursday, May 19, to register.

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