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posted Apr 19, 2018, 5:45 AM by Barbara Shorey

Attention Seniors:
Applications are now available for the Dr. Herbert L. Rackliff, Jr. Memorial Athletic Award.  This is an annual award to be give to a senior athlete, male or female, who has displayed outstanding determination and achievement in athletics at Old Town High School.  The recipient need not be pursuing a post-secondary education.  This year's scholarship amount is $ 1,425.00.

Class Dues are now being collected in the Main Office.  Class Dues are $45.00 and cover the cost of graduation.  Payment is due to Old Town High School by Friday, June 1st.

Spring Sports - March 26th Start

posted Mar 26, 2018, 1:13 PM by OTHS Athletics

Reminder - Spring Sports Start on March 26th - In order to participate in Spring Sports, Form A (Athletic Participation Form) - Form B (those student-athletes who need to have a physical) - Form C (health update form). Forms should be returned to the coaches. Student-Athletes cannot step foot on the playing field until all this paperwork is completed. See the Athletic Forms page for the ability to download and fill out the forms.  

Unified Athletics

posted Jan 24, 2018, 6:07 AM by OTHS Athletics   [ updated Jan 24, 2018, 6:09 AM ]

Unified basketball is kicking off its first season. We are in hopes to see the same support and Coyote Pride for these teams as we do with all our athletics at OTHS. We are still in need of some more player partners, so if you find you have some time and drive to be a part of a great atmosphere and learning experience, please come see Mr. Bousquet ASAP! 


posted Dec 20, 2017, 8:15 AM by Barbara Shorey   [ updated Mar 22, 2018, 2:20 PM by OTHS Athletics ]

Attention Seniors: 

There will be a Senior Class Meeting on Thursday, January 11th in the Library during Focus.

A Josten's representative will be here to collect diploma cards and give out cap & gown information.  All Seniors should be present for this meeting.

It's a wrap for the Coyotes' regular season of Indoor Track

posted Jan 31, 2016, 11:33 AM by CONNOR ARCHER

The Coyotes indoor track & field squads finished a great season off, despite resting people because of injuries. 

On the girls side, Jordan Fostun placed 4th in the girls 55m hurdles. 

Brianna O'Leary finished 3rd in the girls mile with a time of 6:25.09. 

Morgan Paradis finished 2nd in the 400 with a time of 1:06.82. Nicole Kennedy finished 4th in the event with a time of 1:08.73. 

Audree O'Meara won the girls 800 with a time of 2:41.77. 

Tylisha Spell finished 4th in the girls 200m Dash with a time of 30.05. 

Audree O'Meara won the girls 2 mile with a time of 12:53.85. Brianna O'Leary finished 5th with a time of 13:58.89. 

The girls 4x200 team of Nicole Kennedy, Delaney Veilleux, Morgan Paradis, and Tylisha Spell finished with a time of 1:59.68. 

Emma Hargreaves finished 6th in the girls shot put with a throw of 29-04.75. 

Oliviah Damboise finished first in girls Long Jump, girls Triple Jump, and second in pole vault.

McKenna Smith jumped 4-08 and finished 1st in that event. Jordan Fostun also finished 3rd in that event with a jump of 4-08.00. 

On the boys side, there were facility records that went down for many individuals & relay teams in the meet. 

TJ Crawford, broke the facility record running a time of 23.26, and broke the indoor 200m dash school record held previously by Nic Boutin. Crawford now is ranked 1st in Class B, and in the PVC. He also finished 1st in the 55m dash with a time of 6.85 seconds. 

Ian Haddow finished 3rd in the boys 55m dash with a time of 6.87 seconds, and 3rd in the boys 400m dash running 55.03 seconds. 

In the boys mile, Connor Archer finished 6th in the event running a 5:04.95. Shortly after, he ran a time of 2:20.92 in the 800. 

As mentioned above the boys 4x200m relay team was anchored by TJ Crawford who ran a split of 22.60. The team ran a time of 1:38.03, which is their best time of the season, and finished 2nd behind Foxcroft. 

Austin Robichaud placed 5th in the boys 400m Dash with a time of 59.38 seconds. 

Derek Barclay ran a time of 9.72 in the 55m Hurdles, placing 3rd in that event. 

The boys 4x800m relay team of Ben Quimby, Connor Poirier, Nick Dieffenbacher-Krall, and Austin Robichaud ran a time of 9:34.16 finishing 2nd in that event. 

Kyle Smith finished 6th in the boys Long Jump with a jump of 17-01.00. He also finished 4th in the boys Triple Jump with a jump of 36-07.00. 

TJ Sanborn also did triple jump and finished 5th with a jump of 35-01.

Ian Gerrish finished 6th in the boys high jump with a jump of 5-02. 

Both teams will now head to the PVC-EMITL Championship on Monday February 8th at the New Balance Field House. The meet starts at 3:30pm. 
Delaney Veilleux running the second leg of the girls 4x200m relay. 

Morgan Paradis running the third leg of the girls 4x200m relay on Saturday January 30th, at the New Balance Field House. 

Ian Haddow finished 3rd in the boys 400m dash with a time of 55.03. 

TJ Crawford running the last leg of the boys 4x200m relay. He ran a split of 22.60 in the relay as well. 

Connor Archer runs a 2:20 in the boys 800m finishing 4th in that event. 

Kyle Smith running the third leg of the boys 4x200m B relay. 

TJ Sanborn running the third leg of the boys 4x200m A relay. 

Old Town Girls Basketball team captures strong win during Senior game

posted Jan 31, 2016, 11:05 AM by CONNOR ARCHER

The Old Town Girls Basketball team captured a very special win of the season against the Raiders of Washington Academy on Friday night, which was also the Coyote's senior night. The seniors of the girls basketball team, and cheering squad, were recognized for their seasons. The cheerleaders also performed their routine during half-time to the crowd. 

The girls will face Orono on Thursday February 4th at Orono High School with games at 5:30pm and 7pm. 

Pre-Sale on Tickets for Old Town/Orono Boys Basketball Game

posted Jan 28, 2016, 6:56 PM by CONNOR ARCHER

Tickets for the Old Town/Orono Boys Basketball matchup, also the final game of both teams' regular seasons, will go on sale Saturday morning at 9:30am, at Orono High School. Once the tickets are gone, they are gone. 

Old Town National Honors' Society inducts 23 new members

posted Jan 23, 2016, 5:09 PM by CONNOR ARCHER

On Thursday January 7th, the Old Town High School National Honors' Society inducted 23 new members to it's chapter. 

New advisors, mean't new changes to the structure of the induction, and how students get inducted. Each student, who was invited to apply, had to create a resume, like the one you'd use for applying for a job.

Mr. Matt Dunlap, the Secretary of State of Maine, was invited to provide words of wisdom to the new inductees. 

This is the biggest class of inductees in a long time. 
Courtesy of Jason Rutherford.

Old Town Junior diver Kassidy Harriman sets a new school record

posted Jan 23, 2016, 5:04 PM by CONNOR ARCHER   [ updated Jan 23, 2016, 5:10 PM ]

Old Town Junior Kassidy Harriman has created herself into one of the best divers in school history, as she won the 2015 Class B Diving State Championship, in her first year of competing in the sport. 

Harriman recently was out due to a concussion, and recently she came back.

What people didn't expect her to do, is for her to break a personal record, but even more exciting, setting a new school record. 

Harriman is eyeing for her second state title this year in Class B. 

Could the Old Town Boys bring back a state title?

posted Jan 23, 2016, 4:54 PM by CONNOR ARCHER

Many people at Old Town High School are asking this question: Will the boys bring back the state title? I gathered some facts about the Class B swimming field. 

This year, the Boys will be challenged by Ellsworth, who are stacked with Taylor Hamilton, and Cooper Holmes. 

It has been since 2003 since the Old Town Boys won a state title. For about 11 years, back from 1985 to 1996, the Old Town Boys were the dominant force in Class B winning 14 consecutive state championships. 

Old Town will use the strong junior class to lift them towards a state title. Jacob Ketch, Nick Gould, Drew St. Jean, Nate St. Jean, Garrett Stoyell, Dominic D'Angelo, Russell Sossong, along with other swimmers. 

The boys have said that winning a title will be a challenge winning this year, but they have no doubt that next year will be the year. 

Stay Tuned!

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