Kaylyn Bourque Transfers to Kents Hill Prep School

By transferring to Kents Hill, Bourque will compete in the NEPSAC and play with and against some of the top ice hockey players across the country.

Bourque Sisters Produce PSA with the Waterville Humane Society

Alyssa and Kaylyn Bourque use name, image and likeness to make $5,000 donation to local animal shelter.

Bourque Announces Schedule of Tournaments and Camps

Kaylyn Bourque has announced her upcoming schedule of tournaments and camps this summer.

Kaylyn Bourque Scores Incredible Goal Featured by WGME-TV

Kaylyn Bourque, a sophomore at Lawrence High School in Fairfield, Maine scored an incredible no-look, behind the back goal against Edward Little High School on May 31, 2022.

Bourque Selected to Play on New England District All-Star Team

Following the 2021-22 season with the Black Tigers and Maine Gladiators, Kaylyn Bourque was selected to play on the 2022 New England District All-Star team.

Bourque Finishes 2021-22 Season with 33 goals to lead Class A North

On Feb. 9, Kaylyn Bourque scored her 33rd goal of the season as the Black Tigers lost 4-3 in double overtime to the St. Dom’s Saints.

Kaylyn Bourque attends presentation from Olympian Kacey Bellamy

On Feb. 10, Kaylyn Bourque attended the Maine Sports Commission event featuring 2018 Olympian Kacey Bellamy.

Kaylyn Bourque Unveils Athlete Brand with Logo and Website

Female hockey player becomes the first athlete in the country to launch brand with Pliable.

Kaylyn Bourque Highlight Goal Featured by CBS Affiliate in Portland

From WGME.com - (Auburn) 15 year old Kaylyn Bourque of Benton, Maine scored a goal for the Maine Gladiators 16U team over the weekend you have to see to believe! Watch the goal…

Girls hockey: Black Tigers trying to make most of time on the ice

From the Kennebec Journal - This season wasn’t exactly the start of a head coaching tenure Anna Wright-Lester sought with the Black Tigers girls hockey team.Thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, Wright-Lester was forced to have initial meetings with her club — comprised of players from Winslow, Gardiner, Cony, Messalonskee and Lawrence high schools — through Zoom and Skype.