On Sunday, September 24th the Acadia Fire FC U14 soccer team, competing in SoccerMaine’s Division 1 Fall Classic travel soccer league, won its third match of the season with a 3-1 win against Winslow.Leuan Howell of Mount Desert Elementary School scored 2 goals, while Eduardo Figueroa-Flores of Milbridge Elementary School scored 1. Leuan and Eduardo also had an assist each on the day, as did Henning Reinholdt of Mount Desert Elementary School. Connery Williamson of Blue Hill Consolidated School was in goal for the day, making a stunning save in the second half to keep Winslow at just 1 goal for the day. The Acadia Fire U14 team now has a record of 3 wins and 2 losses on the season.  This win puts them in 5th place amongst 12 teams all across the state.

This team is comprised of players from Hancock and Washington county who make the commitment to further their skills and experience beyond the local offerings. They travel to Bangor, Waterville and as far as Portland to compete against southern Maine teams. They train two nights a week and play at least one game on the weekend.

Next Sunday they will face Freeport for the final game of regular season.  After that they travel to Sanford for a Columbus Weekend Tourney and will return to continue training for the state-wide league play-off match-ups throughout the rest of October.

On Sunday, September 24th the Acadia Fire FC U13 soccer team, competing in SoccerMaine’s Division 1 Fall Classic travel soccer league, won its fourth match of the season with an 11-0 win against Merrymeeting Soccer Club of Topsham, Maine. Henry Lester of Pemetic Elementary scored 5 goals, while Cyrus Blake of Brooklin Elementary School scored 2 goals, Cruz Coffin  of Beech Hill School had 1 goal along with Evan Donnell of Bucksport Elementary School, Miles Palmer of Trenton Elementary School and Caden Braun of Conners Emerson Elementary School. Evan Donnell, Jameson Weir and Riley Donahue shared the shutout in goal.

The Acadia Fire U13 team now has a record of 4 wins and 1 loss to Brewer on the season.  This win puts them in 3rd place amongst 10 teams all across the state competing at the highest level for this age group. This team was the first to win a state championship for Acadia Fire in the spring of 2017. The way they are playing, they will be heading to the playoffs again!

This team is comprised of players from Hancock and Washington county who make the commitment to further their skills and experience beyond the local offerings. They travel to Bangor, Waterville and as far as Portland to compete against southern Maine teams. They train two nights a week and play at least one game on the weekend.

Next Sunday they will face Pen Bay of Rockport at the Camden Hills Regional High School for the final game of regular season.  After that they travel to Sanford for a Columbus Weekend Tourney and will return to continue training for the state-wide league play-off match-ups throughout the rest of October.

Thanks to Emily Ellis for the write-ups.