The Brooklin School has a soccer team in the fall, boys and girls basketball in the winter and track and field in the spring.
# denotes game counts in playoff standings
Bus leaves for all away games at 3 pm
^ Bay School plays their home games at the Orland Community Center (the former Orland Grade School)
Check this schedule regularly as it is subject to change due to inclement weather and the possible addition of Co-ed B games.
This calendar is the most up to date available.
Contact Athletic Director, David Bowden email@example.com with any questions or call 207-479-2681.
Basketball Coach: Adam Strout firstname.lastname@example.org or call 207-266-7484.
Brooklin School Spring Soccer:
Practices are Monday, Tuesday and Thursdays from 3:00-4:30.
1-8th graders at the Brooklin School are invited to come and play spring soccer! All the kids will be warming up together and then split into groups based on their age. They will be having fun, getting outside, learning some soccer skills and getting in shape. Julia Dahdah will be the coach with parent volunteer helpers. If you are able to help out, please do. We would love parents to be involved.
Your children will need to have a physical. If your child does not have a doctor we have some resources that are available just get in touch.
What the kids will need to bring:
· Snacks for after school
· Sneaker and cleats
· Water Bottle
· Clothes they can run and play in
· Ball handling
Julia: 1-801-244-1752 email@example.com
Molly: 1207-266-1298 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Brooklin boys basketball team finished up their season at 10-4. More importantly, they finished at 5-2 in games that counted toward the playoffs. This was good enough for 3rd place. The boys will play a preliminary playoff game vs Bay School on Friday Feb 3 at 4 pm. If the boys win that game, they will play Penbrook on Friday Feb 10 at 7 pm at GSA in Blue Hill. Should the boys be victorious vs Penbrook, they will play in the finals on Saturday Feb 11 at 1 pm at GSA vs a team yet to be determined. Stay tuned and good luck Brooklin boys.