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Previews: Class C

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Aug 16, 2017 5:43 am

MPA Football Bulletin:
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CLASS C Teams
470-649
NORTH
1. Nokomis (644)
2. Medomak (553)
3. Waterville (544)
4. Mt. Desert Island
(526)
5. John Bapst (513)
6. Hermon (504)
7. Belfast (501)
8. Oceanside (488)
9. Maine Central (479)
10. Old Town (478)
11. *Winslow (446)
* Applies to higher classification

SOUTH
1. Gardiner (632)
2. Morse (613)
3. York (607)
4. Leavitt (572)
5. Fryeburg (562)
6. Yarmouth (546)
7. Cape Elizabeth (537)
8. Gray-NG (532)
9. Lake Region (512
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Re: Previews: Class C

Postby WFVX » Wed Aug 16, 2017 5:48 am

Mount Desert Island football hungry to return to Class C Championship game

MOUNT DESERT ISLAND - Mount Desert Island football had its second day of practice Tuesday, the team is hungry for another shot at the Class C title.

"I mean to get all that way and to lose, it's very disappointing, but we have the talent and the team this year to get back there I think so we're really excited," Trojans quarterback Andrew Phelps said.

MDI got trounced by Wells in the state title game, 44-0. Despite the lopsided score the team is confident that it can return to the state championship game, thanks in part to senior leadership.

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Re: Previews: Class C

Postby Seacoast » Wed Aug 16, 2017 6:48 am

Wildcats feel they are where they belong in Class C

...Coach Small calls Shieve a standout on both sides of the ball.

“He could be one of the best defensive tackles in the league,” Small said. “He has really hit the weight room and he understands the game more now; when he first came up he tried to just muscle you around, but he has really worked on his technique. He has studied the game a lot, and that has helped.”

Payton Small got limited reps at quarterback as a sophomore, but played all last season as a slot receiver. He returns to quarterback for his senior season.

“He got in a lot of reps (at quarterback) at practice last season,” said coach Small, and Payton’s father. “It will take a little bit to adjust to the game speed, but he knows this offense better than I know it; he has waited in the wings and now is his opportunity

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Re: Previews: Class C

Postby Silo34 » Wed Aug 16, 2017 10:51 am

If Cape Elizabeth is close to being as good as last year think they have the best shot in the south, not sure about the North, have to say MCI or Winslow ?
Early prediction Cape Elisabeth takes it all.
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Re: Previews: Class C

Postby WFVX » Thu Aug 17, 2017 4:17 am

MCI football looks to bring Class D success to Class C

PITTSFIELD - Maine Central Institute football won the 2016 Class D title in grand fashion after a botched field goal snap ultimately led to the game-winning touchdown. Fast forward nine months later and the Huskies are hungry to repeat.

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Re: Previews: Class C

Postby WFVX » Sun Aug 20, 2017 3:15 am

Old Town football ready to "follow the hogs" to a title

OLD TOWN - The 2016 season was a bit uncustomary for the Old Town Coyotes football squad in regards to recent years. The playoff ticket was punched, but having to go on the road led to an early exit in the Class C North playoffs.

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Re: Previews: Class C

Postby Seacoast » Wed Aug 23, 2017 2:33 pm

Senior season a big deal for the Smalls

...Fast forward 12 years later and Payton Small, who spent hundreds of hours over the next decade attending practices, riding buses or sitting in coaches’ meetings, and breaking down film, is now a senior captain and starting quarterback for the Wildcats and his father.

And Payton is determined to get his father back to a state championship — and this time walk off the field with that elusive title.

“That’s what I am hoping for,” young Small said during a break at a recent practice. “I told my dad that I am going to be the one to bring him to a state championship and we’re going to win.”

York has not won a state championship since beating Foxcroft Academy, 15-14 in 1989.

The Wildcats are back in Class C this season after several seasons in Class B. One of York’s three state titles came in Class C, a 32-7 win over Livermore Fall

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Re: Previews: Class C

Postby WABI » Thu Aug 24, 2017 3:12 am

New Coach, new Class has Nokomis Football Ready for a Fresh Start

NEWPORT, MAINE (WABI) - Seeking competitive balance the Maine Principal’s Association shook up the football ranks this year and added a developmental class.

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Re: Previews: Class C

Postby Media » Thu Aug 24, 2017 9:19 am

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Re: Previews: Class C

Postby Forecaster » Sun Aug 27, 2017 4:12 am

Forecaster: Cape Elizabeth Capers Fall Sports Preview
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