FORT KENT – The Fort Kent Community High School boys’ varsity basketball team managed to hold onto their winning season Thursday, Dec. 29 after a tough match-up in Washburn against the Beavers, improving their record to 6-0.
FORT KENT - Fort Kent Community High School has earned a winning reputation for recent soccer championships, a top notch ski team, and a formidable drama program. This year, however, the underdog boys' varsity basketball team is hoping to prove predictions wrong and add a stellar basketball season to the list of Fort Kent's accomplishments - and they're off to a good start.
MADAWASKA - On Wednesday Dec. 14 the Fort Kent Warriors continued their season unbeaten after a game against the Madawaska Owls. Having to travel for the second game in a row, the Warriors were just coming off a close win against the Van Buren Crusaders.
With a packed house in Madawaska, both teams appeared ready to play.
From the tip-off, the Fort Kent team held the advantage, and within minutes the Warriors had a 10-0 lead.
VAN BUREN - Fort Kent Community High School Warrior boys opened their season on Saturday, Dec. 10, with a contest against the Van Buren Crusaders in the Crusader's own gym, and both the Fort Kent varsity boys and junior varsity boys took the wins.
The JV team beat the Crusader underclassmen by a total of 20 points with the final score settling at 43-23.
MILO/Fort Kent - As local fans is School Administrative District 27 know, the Fort Kent Warriors boys and girls both won the state championship last year, but this year's bid for the top spot came to an end on October 26.
The boy's team traveled to face Penquis last Wednesday.
FORT KENT - The University of Maine at Fort Kent men's Bengal basketball team kicks off their season this Saturday at 7 p.m. against Mount Allison from Canada, as well as another game on Sunday at 1 p.m. vs St. Thomas University, both games being at home.
"Come and give us a chance. I'm telling you the fans will enjoy it," said 6' 5" small forward Pablo Llamas of León, Spain.
CARIBOU - "When you play hard like that, good things are going to happen," said Coach Robby Nadeau for the Fort Kent Lady Warriors after Tuesday night's tie with the Lady Caribou Vikings. After a close game in Caribou with an ending score of 0-0 the Lady Warriors moved to first place in the rankings.