Girls Basketball

2006 Record 21-1

Coach Paul True

Season Highlight Winning the Western Maine finals and playing in the state championship game.

Seniors Kate Callahan, Shannon Morton and Samantha Allen

Awards Samantha Allen: Miss Basketball finalist, Mike DiRenzo Award (Western Maine tournament MVP), McDonald’s all-state, McDonald’s all-academic and SMAA first-team all-star; Kate Callahan: SMAA first-team all-star; Kim Rivet: SMAA second-team all-star; ZZ Leighton: SMAA third-team all-star

Coach’s Comment “I am very proud and impressed at how the kids handled the atmosphere and publicity. I’ve never had a group that had better team chemistry and work ethic from one to 12. And they could not have been a better group of role models.”

Boys Basketball

2006 Record 6-12

Coach Michael Francoeur

Season Highlight “Winning three out of the last four games, and competing together every night.”

Seniors Nick Mullins, Steve Robinson, Kyle Holden and Spencer Morton

Awards Chris Shane: Second team WMC all-star

Coach’s Comment “A great season for the Lakers. We came to work every day to improve. Good luck to our seniors as they move on to their next step in life. Good days are on their way for the Lakers.”

Indoor Track

2006 Record

Coach Scott Donohue

Season Highlight The boys placed third in states, and the girls were seventh; Kevin Floster repeated as state champ in the 800; Miles Bartlett won both the mile and two-mile at states, and was athlete of the meet; Sarah Hale won the state title in the 55.

Seniors Sarah Hale, Kevin Floster, Miles Bartlett and Brian Harris

Awards Most Improved: Maurice McDougall and Sylvia Talbot; Laker Ambassador: Kayla Palmer; Western Maine Conference all-stars: Kevin Floster (800), Miles Bartlett (one and two-mile) and Sarah Hale (55).

Coach’s Comment “It was a young team – mostly freshmen, some sophomores, a couple juniors and seniors. They’re a good group of kids, and it was a good year.”


2006 Record 2-12

Coach Paul St. John

Season Highlight Steve Chadwick taking 1st in States at 275.

Seniors Steve Chadwick

Awards Steve Chadwick Placed 3rd in McDonald Tournament

Steve Chadwick Placed 3rd in Southern Maine Classic

Josh Rutland Placed 3rd in Southern Maine Classic

Steve Chadwick Placed 2nd in Central Maine Conference

Steve Chadwick Placed 2nd in Regional Class B West

Josh Rutland Placed 3rd in Regional Class B West

Marty Hawkins Placed 5th in Regional Class B West

Sean Murphy Placed 5th in Regional Class B West

Steve Chadwick Placed 1st in States Class B

Coach’s Comment I’ve very prod of Steve Chadwick’s accomplishments, I ask just one thing of Steve and that was to give me his best performance every time he stepped onto the mat. I honestly felt he did and he was rewarded by become a state champ.

Alpine Skiing

Coach Diane Barras

Season Highlight Taylor Powell was winner of the boys slalom race at states, and Amy Tragert was second in the girls slalom. The girls finished fourth overall at states and the boys were ninth.

Seniors Casey Farrell

Awards Not presented at press time

Coach’s Comment “We had a small, but powerful team, and it was a really good season. For a small team they did amazingly well against tough competition.”


2006 Record State qualifiers

Coach Pamela Collins

Season Highlight “For the first time in the history of Lake Region High School the varsity cheerleaders qualified for the state Class B competition. This was a goal that was set at the first practice and accomplished. I want to personally thank my team for a fantastic season, and I also want to thank the community for all of their support.”

Seniors Caitlyn Coady, Brianna Ebling and exchange student Elisabeth DeWael

Awards Coach’s Award: Caitlyn Coady and Brianna Ebling; MVP: Casey Shea; Most Outstanding Player: Kaitlynn Daigle; Most Dedicated: Rachel Goodine; Rookie of the Year: Nora Antonio; Most Improved: Amanda Higgins; Sportsmanship Award: Samantha Scarf; Best Attendance: Jessica Staples; All-conference team: Caitlyn Coady, Brianna Ebling and Krystal Lane

Coach’s Comment “I can’t say enough great things about my team. First of all, they are a fun group of girls who work really well together all the time. We had a very long season this winter due to playoffs, which in turn led my girls to cheer in 18 games and compete in four competitions. They have gone above and beyond my expectations. They are the best game-day cheerleaders out there. The varsity team has also been positive role models for our JV girls. I am proud of you all, and a special thanks to my assistant, Ashleigh Underwood, for all her hard work throughout the year.”

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