'Jacks News

Five Varsity MAISAD Contests on the Docket for Friday

Hebron's Athletic Department will be busy on Friday as five varsity teams return to MAISAD action to begin the weekend.

Both tennis teams will travel to Fryeburg Academy who entered the MAISAD for tennis this spring. The boys' team holds a 1-2 record in the league with Fryeburg the last team they have not played. For the girls' team, they are looking to stay undefeated on the season. They are 4-0 overall with a 2-0 record in league play.

On the lacrosse fields, the Lumberjacks will be hosting rival Kents Hill. The girls' team earned a 14-1 victory last Saturday at Kents Hill in their only league game this spring. For the boys', Hebron has recorded wins over Gould and Hyde, and they sit atop the MAISAD standings.

On the diamond, Hebron's softball team enters the weekend ready for a doubleheader. Friday's trip to Bethel will be a rematch of last season's MAISAD championship game with Gould. The Lumberjacks will then travel to Readfield on Saturday for a matchup with Kents Hill. These are the softball team's first league games this season.

In JV action, the boys' tennis team will host Kents Hill on Friday while the girls will travel to Gould. JV baseball will host Berwick Academy in a rematch of last weekend's victory for the Lumberjacks.
At Hebron the pursuit of academic excellence finds its corollary in the pursuit of athletic excellence, and participation in organized sports forms an integral part of every student’s Hebron experience. The school’s athletic programs are devoted to encouraging a lifelong love of physical activity and an appreciation for teamwork and fair play.
Hebron’s varsity teams aspire to high levels of play and include our more experienced and dedicated athletes. Our varsity teams compete against a number of other New England prep schools, continuing a long tradition of spirited rivalries. Junior varsity teams offer students of all abilities the opportunity to be a part of team and to further develop fundamental skills, conditioning, and group goals.
Opportunities for recreational play abound. From after-dinner soccer and volleyball games in the Bowl, to pick-up basketball in the athletic center, to simple games of catch on the campus lawns, Hebron students routinely enjoy sports activities of all kinds, and they are encouraged to do so by an active faculty.
HEBRON ACADEMY | 339 Paris RD P.O.Box 309 Hebron, ME 04238 207-966-2100
Hebron Academy is a small, private, co-ed college preparatory boarding and day school for students in grades six through postgraduate located in Hebron Maine. Students from across the United States and around the world are challenged and inspired to reach their highest potential in mind, body, and spirit through small classes, knowledgeable and caring teachers who provide individual attention, and a friendly, respectful, family atmosphere.