Cheverus High School’s athletic program is designed to further the educational development of young men and women through participation. We at Cheverus believe that the competition, camaraderie, loyalty and respect for others experienced in athletics will serve as a foundation for each student’s continued growth and life-long learning experience. It is our hope to maintain a program that is sound in purpose, reflects the Goals and Objectives of Cheverus, furthers each student’s educational maturity and health and contributes to school spirit and morale.

Fall Sports

Use the links below to access team schedules and download this season's rosters here.

Cross-Country - Boys Sailing
Cross-Country - Girls Soccer - Boys
Field Hockey Soccer - Girls
Football Volleyball


Cheverus Athletics News
Outdoor Track Updates

"On Saturday, the girls' outdoor track team had it's highest finish in school history.  The team finished third with 60 points (also a program best), just 2 points behind Lewiston.

Emily Turner had a day that will go down in Maine track and field history.  She won four state titles with four personal best efforts and four school records.  She won the 100m (12.70), the 400m (56.57), the 200m (25.92) and anchored the winning 4x400m relay (4:09.51).  She became the first Cheverus girls' state champion ever, in each event, led all point scorers in the meet and set an all time Maine state best in the 400m (56.57).  In back to back years, her and former teammate Jake Dixon, have both recorded the fastest time ever run in the 400m by any male or female, Maine high school athlete.

Sophia Pompeo, Katelyn Gendron and Emma White joined her on the 4x400m relay.  Emily Grinnell was second in the discus.  Emma White also scored in the long jump (4th), triple jump (6th) and 4x100m relay (7th).  Gendron, Hannah Abbott and Sarah Mount combined with her on that relay effort.  Gendron also recorded a 7th place finish in the 300m hurdles with a new personal best.  Abbott finished 7th in the shot put and 5th in the discus with a new personal best.

Christian Gilliam was 6th in the javelin and Luke Trickey was 7th in the 200m with a personal best.  The team will send qualifiers to the New England Championship next Saturday.  Turner has also earned a qualifying spot in the 2016 New Balance Outdoor National Championship Meet."



Monday, June 06, 2016 11:51:00 AM

Girls Tennis Updates

Congratulations to the Girls Tennis Team on their  5-0 win against Massabesic on Tuesday.  Singles players Eliana Budri, Kendall Jackson and Ally Smith took home wins along with doubles players Alexis Parsons & Leanna Farr and Alexis Paszyc & Katherine Sullivan notched wins.  The team heads to Scarborough for quarterfinal play on Thursday June 2nd - match time is 4:15 PM.  GO STAGS!

Wednesday, June 01, 2016 9:10:00 AM

Outdoor Track News

Last Friday, the boys' and girls' track teams competed at the County Championship.  Emily Turner swept three individual races with three season best performances.  She won the 100m (12.78), 200m (in a new school record 26.44) and 400m (59.29).  Luke Trickey and Hannah Abbott also set school records.  Luke won the 100m, tying Isaac Yeboah's record of 11.33 from 2014 and Hannah Abbott won the shot put with a new record of 36'10".

Will Kelly and Julia Pomerleau both finished in second place in the javelin.  Katelyn Gendron recorded three second place finishes, herself, with new personal best performances in the long jump (16'3.5"), 300m hurdles (50.59) and 4x100m (53.28).  She was joined by Emma White, Sarah Mount and Hannah Abbott on that relay.

Sophia Pompeo, Evelyn Hanley, Meg Kelly, Owen Burke, Hunter Griffiths, Ashley Turner, Rosie Train, Lawrence Bossong, Tommy Gordon, Scout Tucker and Hunter Johnson also contributed to the scoring.

The team will compete for the SMAA Conference Championship on Saturday at Thornton Academy.

Wednesday, May 25, 2016 7:56:00 AM

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