Bangor:: surging after winless 2016 season

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Bangor:: surging after winless 2016 season

Postby Village Soup » Sat Sep 02, 2017 6:53 am

Bangor Rams edge Camden Windjammers in OT in season-opener
In first foray into Class A, Camden Hills dominates play, but falls short

...Camden Hills held a commanding 18-3 advantage in shots and 6-4 edge in penalty corners.

"Their goalie was fast and aggressive," said Camden Hills coach Lindsey Clement. "Their offense was faster than our defense, that's what led to their breakaway in overtime. We dominated the entire game, but our offense wasn't hungry enough to get around the goalie."

Jenna Stearns made two saves in goal for the Windjammers and Sabrina Stearns 16 stops for the Rams. ... er/1684297
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Bangor:: surging after winless 2016 season

Postby BDN » Sat Sep 30, 2017 4:39 am

‘The tip of the iceberg:’ Bangor field hockey team surging after winless 2016 season

...On Thursday, Bangor pushed its 2017 record to 6-3 with a 2-1 win over Lewiston.

Cunningham and Maheux said they hadn’t won six games in their three previous seasons combined.

“It’s absolutely amazing. It has been so much fun this year, winning more games. It has been a lot different,” said fullback Cunningham.
“I’ve always loved our teams. Even when we weren’t winning, we were still a team and we were still sisters. But it feels amazing to win,” said goaltender Maheux. “We’re not the bottom of the food chain at the school any more and that feels good. We have worked so hard to get to this point.”

“It’s very exciting,” said seventh-year head coach Kasey (Spencer) Danforth, a former Old Town High School and University of Maine standout. ... 16-season/
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