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.
Athletics & Activites News
Senior Alex Brewer and his Cheverus boys’ hockey teammates hope to make another deep playoff run this winter.
Sophia Pompeo and Teigan Lindsest: Fall Athletes of the year
Sophia Pompeo has a goal and an assist in the Stags' 3-0 win.
Cheverus’ Lauren Jordan was named to the SMAA All-Star team and was selected the league’s co-Defensive Player of the Year, while Portland’s Grace Stacey qualified for the SMAA All-Academic team.
Cheverus seniors Sophia Pompeo, left, Justin Ray and Bella Booth react after signing their National Letters of Intent Wednesday morning. Pompeo will play field hockey at Providence College, Ray baseball at Assumption College and Booth field hockey at Bentley University.
The third-seeded Stags shut out the No. 2 Rams to advance to the regional final.
The Stags beat the Red Riots to advance to the Class A
Mullen, Tanner LaFlamme, Nason, Ethan Hammond and Emmet Schuele made penalty kicks for Cheverus before Bell’s winner.
AUBURN — Speed got the better of power early, but power won in the end.
Cheverus wasn’t fazed by an early two-touchdown deficit, and the Stags’ size advantage eventually wore down hot-starting Edward Little in a 49-26 Class A North football win at Walton Field on Friday night.
The Stags take an early lead, then survive a second-half flurry from the Hawks.
Here’s a look at the week that was and a glimpse at what’s to come, as Heal Points come into play for the first time.
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.
Jack Mullen scored three times for the Stags (4-1-1). Michael Nason scored once and also had an assist.
The Stags get three touchdowns in the second half and make a late defensive stand to earn a 19-13 win.
FALMOUTH—Playing without two captains, including its top scoring threat, Cheverus’ girls’ soccer team wasn’t having much luck solving the strong defense of host Falmouth Saturday afternoon.
But after a scoreless first half, the Stags, playing without senior Tholia Hallett and junior speedster Emma Gallant, dug deep and took advantage of a set piece opportunity to propel themselves to a clutch road victory.
Cheverus freshman Julia Kratzer races past Portland senior Delaney Darling during the teams’ early-season showdown Wednesday night. Kratzer scored one of the Stags’ three second half goals as Cheverus prevailed, 3-0.
PORTLAND—Speed kills and the Cheverus girls’ soccer team has speed in abundance.
While other teams can attempt to neutralize the Stags’ attack, doing so for 80 minutes is downright impossible and Cheverus, after a frustrating first half Wednesday evening, pulled away from host Portland, beating the Bulldogs at Fitzpatrick Stadium for the first time since 2012, 3-0.
Teammates surround Owen Burke, who scored the winning goal with just over 11 minutes left in a boys' soccer game Tuesday in Portland. The Stags scored twice in the second half to top Falmouth, 2-1. Staff photo by Ben McCanna
Football: Cheverus’ Nick Hutton races through the Massabesic defense during the Stags’ 43-6 home win Saturday.
Boys Soccer: Cheverus started with a 2-1 loss at Kennebunk. Jack Mullen scored for the Stags. Cheverus hosts Falmouth Tuesday
Girls Soccer: Cheverus’ girls’ soccer team started with a 2-0 home win over Kennebunk, behind goals from Helena Bolduc and Julia Kratzer.
Field Hockey: Cheverus’ highly-touted field hockey team begins its regular season Wednesday at home versus Kennebunk
Volleyball: Cheverus opens its season Tuesday at home versus Biddeford.
Cross Country: Cheverus hosted Deering, Kennebunk, Noble and Westbrook in a regular season-opening cross country meet last week.
Golf: Cheverus started with an 11-2 victory over Portland. Jeremy Baker (35) was the medalist.
The Stags are back! Read about our Fall teams in the article below!
Bossong (Freshman) and Watson (Senior) earn Spring athletes of the year
Mike Carmody takes over from Dan Lucas as the head of the program.
Cheverus’ Emma White won the long jump and triple jump at the Class A girls’ outdoor track state meet, helping the Stags repeat as state champions.
Cheverus' Cam Dube is called safe with the winning run as the Stags scored twice in the seventh to beat Falmouth 5-4 Saturday in Portland in the Class A South semifinals. Staff Photo by Ariana van den Akker
The Stags recover after losing the lead in the top of the seventh and beat the Yachtsmen.
The No. 2 Stags overcome an early deficit and reach the Class A North championship with a win over the third-ranked Bulldogs.
The Stags will carry a six-game winning streak into the playoffs after taking control in the second half for a 12-9 victory.
Cheverus recap- Spring Sport Edition
Cheverus won its fourth game in a row and ended the Bulldogs’ eight-game win streak.
PORTLAND—It’s quite possible that a team from the city of Portland will be standing between Falmouth’s girls’ lacrosse squad and a trip to the state final next month.
But it might not be the team everyone was expecting.
[5/18/18] The Cheverus Girls Lacrosse team had an offensive explosion Thursday afternoon topping the Sanford Spartans by an 18-2 final.
[5/21/18] CHEVERUS 13, YORK 12: Bella Booth scored twice, including the winner with 3:32 remaining to lift the Stags (4-4) past the Wildcats (4-5) at Portland.
Mackenzie Johnston collected five goals, and Aisling Flaherty added four goals and two assists for Cheverus.
At the start of the day Thursday, Cheverus’ baseball team was on the outside looking in at the Class A South playoff field. By Thursday evening, the Stags had moved from 13th to ninth place and suddenly, their future is looking is bright.