News Archive


  • 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).
  • FA girls’ alpine skiers make it a sweep of both Nordic and alpine girls’ Maine Class A State Ski Championships with their team victory and a trophy brought home to the Academy.

    FA Girls’ Ski Teams Sweep Nordic and Alpine Maine Class A State Ski Championships

    It was a winning season for Fryeburg Academy girl’s Nordic and alpine ski teams, earning back-to-back state championships. The championship was the first one for the girls’ Nordic team since 1987. The race was held at Black Mountain in Rumford, ME, utilizing a different format.  FA Coach John Weston cited the race’s new format as a positive change: “Some of the conferences have been doing this format [starting lineups based on the distance from the finish line from the classical race] for a couple of years, and they really wanted to push it through to the state level. It made for some exciting racing.”

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