Welcome to the Mountain Valley Conference web site. Established in 1964 to serve schools in Western Maine, the charter members were Farmington High School, Gould Academy, Hall-Dale High School, Jay High School, Livermore Falls High School, Mexico High School, and Wilton Academy. We have gone through several changes over the years, and we presently have a 14-school membership. We hope our site will be a great resource for players, fans, coaches, and the media.
The Mt. Abram women and the Telstar men captured the Mountain Valley Conference overall championships at Black Mountain Ski Resort on February 11th. The overall championship is based on a schools performance in both alpine and nordic. Nordic and Alpine Championships. The Roadrunners were also the alpine champions while Monmouth won the women's nordic championship. The Mountain Valley men gained the alpine championship and the Mt. Abram men were the nordic champions.
The Boothbay girls basketball team led for most of the game and held off a late Mountain Valley ralley to capture the 2016 MVC Basketball Championship 32-27 at Thomas College in Waterville. Boothbay successfully defended their title, which they won last year with a victory over Dirigo. It was Boothbay's cecond victory over Mountain Valley, having defeated them 37-33 during the regular season. The Seahawks enter the MPA Tournament as the #2 seed in Class C South, while Mountain Valley is the #1 seed in Class B South.
In the boys contest, the Dirigo Cougars captured the MVC crown with a thrilling 68-66 win over Boothbay. It was the third win of the year for the Cougars over Boothbay. Dirigo is the top seed in Class C South while Boothbay will enter the playoffs as the #6 seed.
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The 29th Annual MVC Cheering Championships was held at Mountain Valley High School on Saturday, January 9th, 2016. With defending champion Madison not fielding a squad for the competition, a new champion would emerge. That team was Lisbon, a school with strong tradition of cheering excellence. The Dirigo Cougars finished a strong second.
Host Mountain Valley received the Spirit Award. Congratulations to all of the squads for their great competition and sportsmanship.