Notebook 2017:

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Re: Notebook 2017:

Postby WABI » Wed Oct 18, 2017 3:12 am

Never Say Never Medomak

BANGOR, MAINE (WABI) - Many high school athletes play a variety of sports. But Eli Miller of Medomak Valley caught my eye on Friday night.

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Re: Notebook 2017:

Postby Forecaster » Thu Oct 19, 2017 3:49 am

October football drama at a fever pitch-Southern edition

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Cape Elizabeth’s football team bounced back from a tough loss at Leavitt with an impressive 23-7 home win over resurgent Fryeburg Academy Friday night.

Cape Elizabeth got off to a quick start when, after quarterback Andrew Hartel hit Ethan Convey for 42 yards, workhorse running back Ryan Weare scored on a 5-yard run for a 7-0 lead just over three minutes into the contest. Early in the second period, the Capers doubled their advantage, when Hartel threw a short pass to Jack Glanville and Glanville did the rest, breaking tackles and racing 73 yards to paydirt.

The Raiders pulled within 14-7 at the break, but late in the third period, Weare scored his second TD, a 2-yard dive, to give Cape Elizabeth some breathing room. The Capers’ defense then made their presence felt as they forced a safety and that was more than enough to lead the way to a 23-7 victory.

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Re: Notebook 2017:

Postby WFVX » Sat Oct 21, 2017 3:41 am

WFVX Play of the Week- Fredette's 97-yard scramble

PITTSFIELD - This week's "Sports Blitz" Play of the Week comes from Pittsfield, where it was the Ryan Fredette show

He busted a big run against the Huskies for 97 yards and the score, helping Winslow win 32-29.

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Re: Notebook 2017:

Postby SJ » Mon Oct 23, 2017 2:40 am

Monday Morning Quarterback: Top seeds guarantee nothing for Eddies, Hornets

...Since Maine went to four-class football in 2013, six of the eight No. 1 seeds have reached the state championship game each year.

Edward Little and Leavitt will certainly take those odds, but it also indicates having the top spot and home field advantage throughout the region is no guarantee.

Make no mistake, about 64 other teams would gladly trade places with the Red Eddies and Hornets. If given the choice between those two, many would select EL's burgundy and white shoes to walk in because those come with a quarterfinal bye.

The Red Eddies (7-1) will use the bye week correcting the mistakes from their first loss of the season to rival Lewiston on Friday night. They will also pay close attention to the No. 5 Cheverus at No. 4 Windham Class A North quarterfinal that will determine their next opponent.

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Re: Notebook 2017:

Postby CM Newspapers » Tue Oct 24, 2017 3:19 am

MS football notes 10/24:

- Nokomis set for 1st ever home playoff game
Warriors will host Maine Central Institute on Saturday.

- Two of the Pine Tree Conference Class B’s top players suffered knee injuries Friday nigh

- Mount View

- weekly honor roll


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Re: Notebook 2017:

Postby CM Newspapers » Tue Oct 24, 2017 3:23 am

KJ football notes 10/24:

- Cony picks up the pieces after loss in rivalry game
Rams look to improve after falling to Gardiner;

- Winthrop/Monmouth hitting stride late.

- Oak Hill

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Re: Notebook 2017:

Postby PPH » Fri Oct 27, 2017 3:54 am

PPH: Football notebook: Experience balances expected routs in the playoffs
Yes, some teams will lose one-sided games, but having the chance to be on the field is worth it.

...But looking only at the glaring mismatches obscures the bigger point – giving teams a chance to get playoff experience.

“It’s a great opportunity for young football teams to have a playoff atmosphere,” said Portland Coach Jim Hartman. “The more games you play, the better for the kids.”

In Class A North, sixth-seeded Portland – the last team in – will be at Oxford Hills. Portland’s 2-6 record doesn’t scream “playoff worthy,” but the Vikings only beat Portland 20-14 during the regular season.

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Re: Notebook 2017:

Postby MBRer » Mon Oct 30, 2017 2:27 am

SJ Monday Morning Quarterback 10/30:

- Playoff success was a line drive by Ramblers

- Mountain Valley’s first playoff win since 2011

- It was a great quarterfinal weekend for sixth-seeded teams
It was a great quarterfinal weekend for sixth-seeded teams. Aside from Winthrop/Monmouth, Portland (A North) and Brunswick (B North) advanced to the semifinal round.


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Re: Notebook 2017:

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Oct 31, 2017 2:34 am

KJ football notes 10/31:

- Winthrop/Monmouth’s confidence soaring after upset win
- Cony deals with sudden playoff exit
- team defense spurs Gardiner.

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Re: Notebook 2017:

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Oct 31, 2017 2:36 am

MS football notebook 10/31/17:

- Skowhegan focuses on fundamentals during bye week
- Madison preps for rematch with Winthrop/Monmouth.
- Winslow
- Brunswick and Lawrence

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