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Bangor:: puts end to Mt. Blue's late rally

Postby WABI » Sun Sep 10, 2017 3:54 am

Bangor Boys Soccer Tops Camden Hills
BANGOR 1, CAMDEN HILLS 0

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Re: Bangor Tops Camden Hills

Postby WFVX » Sun Sep 10, 2017 4:01 am

Bangor boy's soccer edges Camden Hills, 1-0

BANGOR - In a rematch of 2016's Class A North title game, it was Bangor who once again got the best of Camden Hills.

David Miller's goal in the first half was enough to get the job done for the Rams who move to 3-0 on the season.

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Bangor:: Holds Off Hampden to win Rivalry

Postby WABI » Wed Sep 13, 2017 2:32 am

Bangor Holds Off Hampden to win Rivalry Boys Soccer Game
BANGOR 2, HAMPDEN 1

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Re: Bangor:: Holds Off Hampden to win Rivalry

Postby WFVX » Wed Sep 13, 2017 2:53 am

...BANGOR - The Bangor boys soccer team seemed to be cruising to a 2-0 win Tuesday night against Hampden Academy, before the Broncos saw a second shot at life late in the game.

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Re: Bangor:: Holds Off Hampden to win Rivalry

Postby BDN » Wed Sep 13, 2017 3:21 am

...The defending state champion Rams, already with pointworthy victories over fellow top contenders Lewiston and Camden Hills of Rockport, are now 4-0 two weeks into the season.

“For periods of time we played well and controlled the game,” said Bangor coach Garth Berenyi. “We certainly didn’t play 80 minutes the way we want to play 80 minutes and part of that is a credit to Hampden, they came out to play and they wanted to take one.

“Our guys played our game but we lost our composure at times. I thought we played a little frantic and as I told the guys at the end we’ve got to be able to play quick and under control, not quick and frantic.”

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Re: Bangor::

Postby WABI » Thu Sep 14, 2017 2:35 am

Berenyi Family and Bangor Boys Soccer Work as a Team to Continue Success

BANGOR, MAINE (WABI) - Bangor boys soccer won the state class A championship last fall. They've played many of the class A top tier teams right away this fall and they’re in first place in the north region.

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Re: Bangor::

Postby BDN » Thu Sep 14, 2017 3:17 am

Reigning Class A boys soccer champs confident, focused on improvement

...“We’ve been giving up way too many fouls,” said senior forward and captain Garth Berenyi, son of the coach. “Every time we start building momentum it seems like we give away a foul and then we have to start over.

“We take those fouls away and we’ll be very dangerous and, I think, the team to beat.”

Such a straightforward opinion isn’t confined to the Bangor locker room.

“They don’t feel like they’ve really dropped off a whole lot, so that’s pretty tough,” said Hampden coach Josh Stevens. “It’s like playing the team from last year. They move the ball so well. They have so many different weapons all over the field that they can get the field changed almost in an instant, which really puts the defense at a disadvantage.


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Re: Bangor:: preps for huge tilt with Edward Little

Postby WFVX » Tue Sep 26, 2017 3:29 am

Bangor boys soccer preps for huge tilt with Edward Little

BANGOR - For most soccer teams around Maine, a full regular season schedule poses many challenges en route to the ultimate goal, a championship.

But for Bangor boys soccer, it believes that its toughest opponent can often be one that it sees in games and in practices, itself.

“It's hard honestly because there are different strengths of teams that we’re playing against and most of the time I encourage kids that we’re playing against ourselves can we get better as a team each and every game,” Bangor head coach Garth Berenyi said.

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Re: Bangor:: defeats Edward Little in battle of unbeaten

Postby BDN » Wed Sep 27, 2017 4:23 am

Bangor boys subdue Edward Little in midseason battle of soccer unbeatens

...The Rams extracted a satisfying measure of revenge from the Red Eddies in a midseason battle of the unbeatens Tuesday evening, scoring twice in the first 4:42 of play en route to a 3-0 victory.

“It’s definitely good to get the team that got you last year,” said Bangor junior defender Jake Bourassa. “Obviously they’re a huge opponent, so just to get out there and get the clean sheet (shutout) and the win is huge for us.”

The win was the 23rd straight in countable games for top-ranked Bangor, including an 8-0 start this year that includes six shutouts and just five goals allowed — two on penalty kicks.

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Re: Bangor:: defeats Edward Little in battle of unbeaten

Postby SJ » Wed Sep 27, 2017 4:48 am

Bangor boys hold off Edward Little in boys' soccer

...“I was free in the six-yard box and I couldn’t have asked for a better ball,” Berenyi said. “I just headed it in.”

The right-to-left cross directly to the head of Bangor’s star forward was enough to wake up the Eddies, who haven’t been tested quite this way yet this season. Focus seemed to be an early concern for Edward Little, also.

“It’s a long bus ride,” Edward Little coach Tim Mains said. “Then we had to sit for the two hour JV game, then they were talking about what they were doing Friday night. They just weren’t focused on the game, and it showed. We weren’t ready to play when that first whistle blew.”

Against the better teams, the Eddies take time to get into rhythm.

“We find ourselves kind of on our heels in the first five minutes of the game,” Mains said. ”That’s kind of been a theme for us this year.”

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