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MCI Blanks Gardiner to Claim Class B North Region Title

Postby WABI » Wed Oct 25, 2017 1:08 am

MCI Blanks Gardiner to Claim Class B North Region Field Hockey Title

CLASS B NORTH REGION FINAL
MCI 3, GARDINER 0

http://www.wabi.tv/content/sports/MCI-B ... 25563.html
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Re: MCI Blanks Gardiner to Claim Class B North Region Title

Postby WFVX » Wed Oct 25, 2017 1:22 am

Williams leads MCI past Gardiner, 3-0, in Class B North field hockey final
http://www.foxbangor.com/sports/item/22 ... ckey-final
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Re: MCI Blanks Gardiner to Claim Class B North Region Title

Postby BDN » Wed Oct 25, 2017 1:59 am

MCI shuts out Gardiner for ‘B’ North field hockey title

...Senior Addi Williams scored two second-half goals as the Huskies pulled away from Gardiner 3-0 at the Weatherbee School Complex late Tuesday afternoon to capture the Class B North championship.

The victory produced the Pittsfield school’s third consecutive regional title but first of the streak in Class B. MCI won the Class C state championship in 2015 and a second straight C North crown last fall before being reclassified by enrollment to Class B this year.

“My sophomore year was the first year we made it here and everyone thought it was a mistake, that it was unheard of that a small school from Pittsfield could win states that year,” said Williams, MCI’s career goal-scoring leader with 90. “We wanted to make it evident that it wasn’t a mistake and we’ve been pushing through ever since.”

http://bangordailynews.com/2017/10/24/s ... key-title/
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Re: MCI Blanks Gardiner to Claim Class B North Region Title

Postby SJ » Wed Oct 25, 2017 2:27 am

B North field hockey: MCI tips Gardiner

...These teams played just two weeks ago with MCI downing the Tigers 1-0 in a fast-paced game on the turf at the University of Maine. The Hampden Academy turf was slower and bumpier, but the Huskies learned from their previous meeting.

“We worked a lot on stopping their transition,” MCI midfielder Allison Hughes said. “Last time we played them, it really went from 25 (yard line) to 25. It was a really fast game, so this time we worked on stopping the transition.”

The Huskies controlled most of the play in the first half, out-shooting the Tigers 7-1. Bickford scored on a hard shot just inside the circle after taking a pass from Hughes on a penalty corner. Gardiner senior Mikayla Bourassa saved a second goal with five minutes left when she reached high above her head on an aerial shot after goalie Avery Backus had been drawn out of position.

http://www.sunjournal.com/b-north-field ... -gardiner/
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