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“When Waterville went to (Class B), it was a shock to me,” said Gagne, who coaches Scarborough after stops at Gardiner and Lewiston.“With all the tradition there at the school and having been a Class A school all those years, it’s so sad for that area.“They’re great kids — their work ethic, their determination, how they are as people,” Martin said of his seniors, who have ushered in the team’s Class B era with a flourish. It’s going to be tough, because obviously they’re very special to me, special to us as coaches.They’re just a special group.” On Saturday, they have a chance to become the 22nd state champion in Waterville history and the first to win consecutive titles since the school captured three straight Class A titles from 1979-1981.That’s what really keeps us going.” But what will keep the program going after this season?
“We’ve been together since we were freshmen, and we always said that when we get to our senior year we’ve got to win a state championship.Of the 38 programs fielding varsity hockey this season, 13 are part of a cooperative effort.Only three of those co-ops, however, are in Class B.“High school hockey in the state of Maine is hurting,” said Norm Gagne, who coached Waterville from 1986-2004 and was inducted into the Maine Sports Hall of Fame this winter.
“I think the economy has hurt it, the lack of ice hurts it, the expense of the sport has really put a damper on it.” With such a strong hockey tradition in Waterville, Gagne still can’t believe that Waterville’s enrollment of under 550 students is less than half the 1,200 it was when he began coaching at Waterville.My Dissertation focuses on the relationship between Maine public school fiscal resources and student achievement. My primary professional goals have centered on improving student attendance and helping foster respectful and responsible students.