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Raider News

List of 10 news stories.

  • Fryeburg Academy's Fall Sports

    After a long-awaited green light from the Maine Principals' Association, FA student-athletes have finally been able to take to the fields to participate in their respective sports. 
  • Morgan Fusco '21 Named Triple-Impact Competitor Finalist

    Congratulations to Morgan Fusco '21 on being named a top 15 finalist for the Triple-Impact Competitor Scholarship program by Positive Coaching Alliance/New England (PCA/NE).
  • 2019 Fall Sports Awards Night

    Congratulations to the following student-athletes who were recognized at the 2019 Fall Sports Awards:
    View photos from the awards ceremony:

  • On National Signing Day, Wednesday, November 13,  Abigail Hewes ‘20, signs her contract to play Division II field hockey with Bentley University. Her parents, Kirsten and Harry Hewes, stand in the background.

    Fryeburg Academy Senior Signs with Bentley University on National Signing Day

    Each year on National Signing Day, some of the best student-athletes across the United States eagerly await the opportunity to sign athletic scholarships with potential colleges and universities. For FA senior, Abigail Hewes, Wednesday, November 13, was no exception.
  • GUNNAR GURNIS '19: Rooted in the Present and Looking Ahead

    The story of students arriving from China to learn the English language and experience American culture is a familiar one at Fryeburg Academy. The story of Gunnar Gurnis, a Fryeburg resident who traveled to China to learn Mandarin and experience Chinese culture, is a rare one.
  • Girls' alpine win the 2019 Western Maine Conference Championship.

    Winter Sports Awards 2019

    Congratulations to the following student-athletes who were recognized at this year's Winter Sports Awards:

    View photos from the awards ceremony:

  • SILVIA SANCHEZ SERRA ‘19: Here, There, and Everywhere

    If you saw Silvia Sanchez Serra on campus her first year at Fryeburg Academy, chances are good that she was running. One of the most universally engaged students in the Fryeburg Academy student body, Silvia needed to run to all her meetings, practices, and competitions in order to be on time. Residential life director Jessica Brooks recalls the image of Silvia getting from one activity to another, “During her first year here everyone used to laugh because Silvia ran full speed everywhere she went. This year she said that she has realized that it is ok to just walk.”
  • Fryeburg Academy head coach David Turner (right), assistant coach David Jones, and Tucker Buzzell ‘19 awarded the Campbell Conference Head Coach of the Year, Assistant Coach of the Year, and Player of the Year respectively.

    Tucker Buzzell ’19 Earns Campbell Conference Class C South Player of the Year

    Tucker Buzzell ’19 has been named the 2018 Campbell Conference Player of the Year.  The award was presented at the league banquet on Sunday, November 18. Also, FA’s head coach David Turner and assistant coach David Jones were named the Campbell Conference Head Coach and Assistant Coach of the Year, respectively.
  • Alfie Walker '19 Receives the Head of School Award

    2018 Fall Sports Awards Night

    On Wednesday, November 14, the 2018 Fall Sports Awards Night was held at the Harvey Dow Gibson Athletic Center to recognize outstanding student-athletes who played during the fall season. Eight different sports were represented along with 197 student-athletes and their respective coaches who attended the evening’s event with family and friends.
  • Abigail Hewes defends a Yarmouth player during their 3-0 Western Maine Conference win.

    In the News: FA Girls' Field Hockey Score Victory

    FRYEBURG — Kaylee Emery and Kirsten Wentworth scored first-half goals Thursday, and Fryeburg Academy went on to a 3-0 victory against Yarmouth in a Western Maine Conference field hockey game.
    Maggie Powers made it 3-0 from Abigail Hewes in the second half for Fryeburg (3-0). Ryan Buffy and Camden Jones added assists.
    Cayte Tillotson made 12 saves for Yarmouth (1-2).

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