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Cheverus High School’s athletic and activities 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 and activities 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.


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Field hockey: Cheverus hangs on to beat Marshwood, 1-0

October 03, 2018
By Michael Hoffer

The Stags take an early lead, then survive a second-half flurry from the Hawks.

 

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Cheverus strikes twice in second half to beat TA

September 21, 2018
By Michael Hoffer

PORTLAND—The first half of the 2018 season has been one of fits and starts for Cheverus’ field hockey team, but after some frustrating results, the Stags appear to be hitting their stride at the optimal time.

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Forecaster: Cheverus Field Hockey Standout Makes U. Maine Commitment Official

November 15, 2017
By Amy Ashley
Hannah Abbott signs commitment to U. Maine.

From The Forecaster:

Cheverus senior Hannah Abbott, joined by her parents, Amy and Steve, her teammates and her grandfather, Walter Abbott, signs her National Letter of Intent Tuesday morning to attend and play field hockey at the University of Maine next school year. Abbott, Cheverus’ 2016 Fall Female Athlete of the Year, who played for the Stags varsity team since her freshman year, had many schools interested in her services, but not surprisingly, she gravitated to the Black Bears, where her father served as an athletic director and her grandfather was a longtime football coach.

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