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Fall Sports

Coach: Lianna Rubinoff --
COACH: Sally Cloutier, cell: 207-329-1327; email:
LIAISONS:  Amy Abbott, Debbie Adams

Great job summer crew with league play and a strong commitment to morning workouts!

The first two weeks of August are the “Hands off” period for coaches per the SMAA. Coach Cloutier will not be able to be in contact with the team during this time. We will have summer workouts continuing at Cheverus with Parsisi through August 11th.

  • Week of July 30: Summer Workouts at Cheverus M,W,F (speed T,Th)
  • Week of August 6: Summer Workouts at Cheverus M,W,F (speed T,Th)
  • Week of August 13: PRE-SEASON begins! Practice 7:00-9:00 a.m.; 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.; M,T,W,Th,F
  • Saturday, August 19 : Playday at YARMOUTH & NYA – 9:00 a.m.- 3:00 p.m. more details to follow
  • Week of August 20: PRE-SEASON Practice 7:00 - 9:00 a.m.; 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. M,T,Th,F (Sat. tentative 7:00 - 9:00 a.m.)
  • Wednesday, August 23: SMAA playday at Fitzpatrick stadium 3:00 - 7:00 p.m.; no early practice
  • Monday, August 28 : 7:00 - 9:00 a.m.; 5:30-7:30 p.m.
  • Tuesday, August 29 : Scrimmage vs. Windham, 4:00 p.m.
  • Wednesday, August 30: Class Day – afternoon practice only
  • Thursday, August 31: First Day of classes – afternoon practice only
  • Friday, September 1: 1st GAME vs. KENNEBUNK (AWAY)

This schedule is an OVERVIEW and is subject to change. We will send out weekly schedules and updates as the season begins, and I’ll update the Shutterfly calendar as soon as I can!


Are due August 1! Contact Debbie Adams if you would like to order or need more information!


Debbie is also collecting items for the calendar raffle – we’ll take anything: gift cards, services or items from your businesses!

Please let us know what you will be donating, so we can get the tickets printed for an early sales season that doesn’t interfere with school or the field hockey season.

Debbie’s contact info – if you want to mail anything in!

  • Phone: 207-207-2608
  • Email:
  • 9 Sylvan Road, South Portland, ME 04106

Looking forward to a great season with a great group of girls, a great group of parents, and our always positive, devoted coaches!

(updated 8/1/17)

Head Coach: Michael Vance --
Varsity & JV Liaisons: Mary Cahill, Ellen Pirone
Varsity Coach:  AJ Simokaitis --, cell: 207-272-0906
JV Coach: John Wolfgram,
Team Liaison: Jane Baker,
(updated 8/12/16)

Hello High School Sailors and Parents,

We are very excited to start the High School Season! Registration for the High School Season is now open.

You must registration on-line at

When you register, you must print out the Code of Conduct, review it, sign it and either bring it to the preseason meeting or your first practice. Remember both sailor and parent must sign the Code of Conduct. You will not be able to participate in a practice if SailMaine does not have a signed Code of Conduct for you. 

You will also find the practice schedule, try-out schedule and racing schedule on-line at the same address.

The Parent Sailor Preseason Meeting will be held on August 25th at 6pm at the Portland High School Auditorium.

The preseason meeting is very important because we will be doing the following:

  1.          Introduce the Coach
  2.          Review general information 
  3.          Collect Code of Conduct forms (signed by sailor and parent)
  4.          Meet teammates
  5.          Review Schedules
  6.          Review qualifying events
  7.          Parent Coordinators and Coaches meeting
  8.          and, hopefully, have reduced rate gear sales

Dick Levesque will be managing the High School Program this season and if you have any additional questions please feel free to email him at

We look forward to seeing you all on the water soon and an exciting Fall Season. 

(updated 8/10/16)

Head Coach: Matt Andreasen --
Team Liaisons:  Karen Gordon --

Pre-season Information:

From Coach Andreasen:

Download the 2017 preseason schedule (PDF). The preseason covers three weeks heading into the opener against Kennebunk High School on September 1st.

The expectation is that all players attend every session. We'll break into Varsity/JV pools midway through the first week, then have final Varsity/JV rosters by the second Monday (August 21).

For preseason, all equipment is required (although mouthguards are NOT needed for training). Hydrate plenty BEFORE each session, and bring plenty of fluids for each session. Also, I HIGHLY recommend doing plenty of conditioning prior to the beginning of preseason.

Also, players need medical clearances every year. Clearances are good for one full calendar year. Also, physicals are required every TWO years. A physical also qualifies as a clearance. If a player got a clearance in March to play baseball, he's covered until NEXT March (and thus, wouldn't need one prior to soccer).

We'll be having a brief parent's meeting after one of our night sessions (probably Monday, August 14). I'll email everyone once that's finalized.

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Coach Andreasen

(Updated: 8/1/17)

COACH:  Craig Roberts (c) 518-1703  Email:


Head Coach:  Amanda Ruel (




Winter Sports


Highlights of the 2015-2016 Season

This ski season was unusual as it was one of the warmest season on record. Despite imperfect conditions, both squads garnered distinguished individual performances. On the alpine team, junior Schuyler Black placed first in both the slalom and the giant slalom for the SMAA conference, was fourth in slalom at states, and qualified for the EHSC Alpine Shootout, finishing in the top 30 of elite competitors. Team captain senior Lizzie Fossett was also a top ten competitor for the whole season in both giant slalom and slalom. On the nordic team, junior John Cox and freshman Michael Manetti trained rigorously despite the low-snow winter and had strong state meet performances. Manetti qualified for the Maine U16 team by placing in the top 24.


Highlights from the 2015-2016 Season

The team had another successful season, filled with exciting games, and reached the quarterfinals ranked fifth for the Class AA north division. Several outstanding Cheverus players were recognized for exceptional performances this season including junior Jack Casale who earned all-SMAA second team honors; junior Austin Boudreau who received all-SMAA thirjd team honors; and sophomore Jesse Matthews who earned an all-SMAA honorable mention. Senior Andrew Roberts earned the prestigious Gary Randall Service/Character Award for the SMAA,   all-SMAA all-academic honors, in addition to all-state all-academic honors. Roberts was only one of ten seniors in the state to earn this high achievement.


Highlights from the 2015-2016 Season

The Lady Stags had a great season with ten wins and eight losses. Having no seniors, this year’s team was young but eager and they finished the season in fifth place for the Class AA- North division. The Lady Stags are looking for a strong team next year with many returning players. Congratulations to sophomore Abby Cavallaro for the SMAA second team all-stars award.


Highlights from the 2015-2016 Season

Cheverus boys’ hockey had another outstanding year. Overtime wins over Falmouth and Portland earned the team the coveted City Cup. Another  season highlight was a thrilling come-from-behind playoff quarterfinal 6-5 overtime win over Biddeford. In the final south semifinal game the Stags bowed out to Scarborough 4-1. Senior Luke Trickey earned first team all-state forward honors and was named a semifinalist for the Travis Roy Award. Sophomore Mike Hatch was awarded all-state second team for defense. With a strong year for the JV program Cheverus is well positioned to be highly competitive next year.


Highlights from the 2015-2016 Season

This year the girls’ hockey team saw a big improvement from last season. The team won the annual City Cup showdown against rival Portland/Deering. Freshman Sophia Pompeo scored two goals including the winning goal and goalie Taylor Courtois tallied 34 saves to win the Cup for the third year in a row.The team defeated Cape Elizabeth 3-1, and advanced to the playoffs with a first round win over Biddeford. The Lady Stags fell to Falmouth in the second playoff round, to complete an outstanding season. The team graduated several strong seniors: Caroline Ray, Sophia Giancotti, Colleen Slattery and Jill Hannigan.


Highlights from the 2015-2016 Season

Junior Emily Turner ran her way to the top spot on the podium in the 400m dash at the state meet this indoor season.Turner, named the SMAA Most Improved Athlete, was also the state runner up and set a new school record in the 200m, and set new records in the 300m and 600y events. Senior Sarah Mount placed third in the 400m and concludes her indoor career with three school records: 600m, 4x200m and sprint medley relay. Sophomores Hannah Abbott, Julia Pomerleau, and Ashley Turner, and freshman Emma White, qualified and represented Cheverus in the New England Championship in Boston, MA. For the boys, freshman Tre Fletcher concluded his first season of track as the top ranked freshman in the US in the long jump. Juniors Mak O’Brien, Taylor Grassi, and Bobby Slattery also gave strong performances in the state meet.


Highlights from the 2015-2016 Season

The Cheverus swimming and diving program enjoyed another very successful season. The boys’ team earned the state championship title in Class A for the fourth consecutive year. The team was led by senior standouts Michael O’Donovan, Jacob Griffin, Kevin Kane, and junior Shane Moore. The four combined to set new school records in the 200 free and the 200 medley relays. O’Donovan broke two school records in the 200/ 500 freestyle, while Moore broke the record in the 100 free held by Cheverus gold medal Olympian Ian Crocker. The girls had another strong year finishing third in the state meet, led by diving standout junior Nina Greenwood who broke her own 6 dive record and placed second in the state, and junior Abby Longstaff, who broke the school 50 free record and was the state champion in three of her four events. Freshman standout Caroline Arpin earned the southwestern champion title in the 100 breaststroke and was a member of the state champion medley relay. The girls’ team had 12 athletes qualify for state meet. Both programs have great depth, and the potential to continue to be highly competitive in the coming years.



Highlights of the 2015-2016 Season

The 2015-2016 season was one of the most successful seasons Cheverus wrestling. This year the program was reinstated as a varsity team, after seven seasons of combining with Deering High School. Cheverus had several state qualifiers including sophomore heavyweight Zeb Leavitt who place second at regionals, and senior captain Mike Macaluso, who placed third at regionals. With a new program and a great group freshman and sophomores, the team has unlimited potential to grow and continue on this path of success.

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