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Spring Sports Preview

Spring Sports Preview

Will Goodwin & Jillian McSorley, Columnist April 25, 2022

Girls lacrosse is looking pretty strong this season. Last year they ended the year with a regular season record of 8-4 and a loss to Massebesic in the first round of playoffs. This year they have a goal...

COVID Season

COVID Season

William Harriman , Columnist May 6, 2021

The 2021 Biddeford Tigers Varsity basketball season was one like no other.  We started 2 months later than usual and only played 10 unranked games. It was just a completely different vibe and feel due...

The Uprising Slump

The Uprising Slump

Coley Hatt, Columnist April 26, 2021

  The Boston Uprising has always been a good Overwatch team. Owned by the Kraft Group, which owns the New England Patriots and other New England traditional sports teams, they were highly doubted...

Covid on the court

Covid on the court

Abby Hughes, Columnist April 12, 2021

Playing sports during the pandemic is definitely more challenging than before. This includes one of my favorite sports, basketball. I’ve been playing basketball since I was in the second grade. It has...

Seniors Taylor Wildes (right) and Sam Mills (left) sign their commitment letters with their parents on April 24. GRACE LAVERRIERE/The Roar

Seniors sign college commitment letters to continue their athletics at the next level

Grace Laverriere, Senior Editor May 1, 2019

On Wednesday, April 24, two seniors signed commitment letters to play sports at the collegiate level. Seniors Taylor Wildes and Sam Mills attended a signing ceremony in the Little Theater to celebrate...

Photo credit to Sits Young Photography.

Senior indoor track athletes find success in the fast lane

Madison Arnold, Junior Editor March 27, 2019

They prepared, they competed, they achieved success. Seniors Mariah Whitmore and Sam Mills used their States experience to propel themselves forward in their athletic careers. Unlike other sports,...

Biddeford cheerleaders compete at the state cheerleading championships at the Augusta Civic Center. (Photo courtesy of the Portland Press Herald. Photo by Brianna Soukup)

BHS Cheering team brings home the gold

Alexis Thompson, Staff Writer March 8, 2019

The Biddeford High School Tiger cheerleaders continue to push through and head to their last competition, New Englands, after winning at the Regional and State competitions in January. Biddeford Tiger...

Photo credit to Sitsanok Young Photography

New head coach led indoor track team into a family of determined athletes

Jacob Pinkham, Staff Writer March 6, 2019

This season, the indoor track team was pushed to their limits and grew closer together. The new head coach, Chris Quint, drove the indoor track team athletes to go beyond their potential. After Coach...

Senior Peyton Bissonnette faces his opponent after being cleared to continue wrestling.

Senior wrestler struggles to get back to the sport he loves due to injury

Grace Laverriere, Editor January 28, 2019

The universal truth that hard work leads to success is something that holds true for senior wrestler Peyton Bissonnette. In Bissonnette’s first year of high school, he tried something new: joining...

Seniors Hailey Allen, Paige Laverriere, and Taylor Wildes hug after the game. Photo courtesy of Maureen Grandmaison Photography.

Field hockey team’s special bond carries them to a state championship

Grace Laverriere, Editor November 9, 2018

The final buzzer blared across the field to announce the Biddeford Tiger field hockey as the Maine Class A State Champions. This past Saturday, the field hockey team became the first field hockey team...

New logo on the turf. Photo courtesy of Dennis Walton.

A glimpse into Biddeford’s community through sports

Grace Laverriere, Editor November 7, 2018

Crowds roaring. Plays shouting. Sweat dripping. The feeling of playing a game on the iconic Waterhouse Field is one like no other. Biddeford’s newly renovated Waterhouse Field houses a whole new...

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