“The team to beat”


Kellie Wood

The PIHS hockey team stands respectfully for the national anthem. This is Senior Breygan Mahan’s last season. “We will have to play together and have chemistry in the lockeroom and on the ice

Lane Carmichael, Staff Writer

This year our hockey team is 9-5 and in fourth place in the north division. With four games left in the regular season, two of which are against the Old Town/Orono Coyotes who are in fifth place. The Wildcats will also face up against Messalonskee who are ranked number two in class B north.

Presque Isle’s biggest challenge will be against the one seed John Bapst/Hermon/Bangor Christian/Deer Isle-Stonington. John Bapst is 13-2, with Messalonskee behind them at 12-2. “Last year was a tough season, but this year there is no one we can’t compete with,” Breygan Mahan ’23 said. “Our biggest challenge is just staying healthy and 100%, because when we are all healthy we are the team to beat and we can beat anyone. To overcome teams we will play together and have good chemistry in the locker room and on the ice.”

Presque Isle’s next game is against Old Town/Orono on February 18. This game will be in Old Town at 7 pm.