Ethan Beaulier

Noble High School Class of 2013 North Berwick, ME, USA
  • Total Results 171
  • Total Events 10
Personal Records
  • 40y (in) - 4.80
  • 55m (in) - 6.60
  • 100m - 11.06
  • 200m (in) - 23.12
  • 200m - 22.51
  • 400m (in) - 52.31
  • 400m - 52.06
  • Javelin - 151-7
  • 60m (in) - 7.26
  • 300y (in) - 37.30

Articles with Ethan Beaulier

Speed to burn: Noble’s Beaulier was a sprinting sensation Derek Veilleux May 18, 2013

NORTH BERWICK, Maine – Repeating would be great, but Ethan Beaulier wanted more. The Noble High School senior won a state championship in the boys 55-meter dash in 2012 and came within an whisker of tying the Maine record. That’s all the motivation an elite sprinter needs. (via www.fosters.com)  

Scarborough Boys & Bangor Girls rule Class A Derek Veilleux Feb 18, 2013

The Bangor girls erased several years of near misses to win the school's first ever indoor state title at USM on Monday. The Rams held on for the 70.5 to 70 win over runner-up Thornton Academy. On the boys side Scarborough made it three in a row with a 61-57 win over runnner-up Cheverus. Brunswick's Alex Nichols set the state meet record in the 400m (49.93), while Ethan Beaulier equaled the record in the 55m (6.60), & the Cheverus 4x200 shattered the record with a 1:32.96, also good for the all-time state best. On the girls side Deering's Edie Pallozzi set the 800m record with a 2:17.27. Check out the rest of the action.

Noble's Beaulier is all about speed Derek Veilleux Mar 3, 2012

NORTH BERWICK, Maine — Ethan Beaulier knew it as soon as he shot out of the blocks. Less than seven seconds later, he was a state champion. The Noble High School junior won the Maine Class A championship in the 55-meter dash at the state indoor meet in Gorham on Feb. 20, missing out on a state record by one one-hundredth of a second.  (via www.fosters.com)

Bonny Eagle impressive as a team, Class A leaders in RW & 300m Hurdles Derek Veilleux May 11, 2011

The Bonny Eagle Scots continued to be the team to beat in Class A boys action this spring, the Scots took the SMAA meet on their home turf this afternoon against Deering, Noble & Westbrook. Leading the way for BE was Christian Malarsie in the 1600m RW, Malarsie clocked 7:08.10 for a new Class A leading performance. In the 300m hurdles Jeremy Collins (BE) lowered his Class A leading time to 41.3. To check out the rest of the action click the headline.