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Re: Previews: Class C

Postby CFJunior » Wed Aug 30, 2017 7:29 am

Speed wrote:Winslow hasn't lost on their home field since 2012....


And I predict they won't lose at home during the regular season either.
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Re: Previews: Class C

Postby Fosters » Thu Aug 31, 2017 4:33 am

Foster Football preview: Class C capsules

YORK
Outlook: Payton Small, who saw limited snaps two years as a sophomore, is the starting quarterback and will be protected by a big offensive line anchored by Sheive, a senior co-captain. ... The Wildcats feel they can contend in the Class C South. “I hope so,” coach Small said. “We’re not going to practice to lose.” ... Martin, a standout on York’s hockey and track teams, returns to the gridiron after a year off and will highlight a deep and versatile backfield. Beecher and Pidgeon will also carry the ball for the Wildcats. ... Coach Small believes four wins, in an eight-game schedule, will earn the Wildcats a playoff spot. “We should get a playoff game,” he said. “I think we have enough kids with experience who can get us into the playoffs, and then we’ll see what happens.” ... York opens the regular season on Friday at home against Leavitt.

http://www.fosters.com/sports/20170830/ ... ng-reports
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Re: Previews: Class C

Postby WFVX » Fri Sep 01, 2017 3:56 am

Hermon football hopes to surprise Class C North in 2017

HERMON - Hermon football has had its fair share of struggles the pas few years, but the Hawks are confident 2017 will be different.

"Its almost like we're a different team, new mentality is a big thing. From summer to double sessions now most players have a new mentality on the outlook of the game. We're playing harder, we believe in ourselves a lot more than we did last year," left tackle Garrett Mullen said.

http://www.foxbangor.com/sports/item/21 ... th-in-2017
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Re: Previews: Class C

Postby SJ » Fri Sep 01, 2017 4:48 am

SJ Football Class C previews:

Patriots hoping for another rebound
GRAY — New Gray-New Gloucester coach Duane Greaton has run football programs at the youth and middle school levels in Gray, so he knows there is a passion for the game in the community waiting to be unlocked. "Our first year with the middle school, we went from 13 to 34. Same th...
http://www.sunjournal.com/news/local-sp ... nd/2189316

2017 Gray-New Gloucester football
Coach: Duane Greaton (first year) Region: C South Last year's record: 0-8 Returning athletes: Seniors — Boomer Simmons (RB/LB), Jaykob Sanborn (WR/DB), Eric Thompson (OL/DL); Juniors — A...
http://www.sunjournal.com/news/local-sp ... ll/2188875

Hornets return to C, and probably contention
TURNER — After a two-year return to Class B, Leavitt is back for another tour in Class C. It ended its last tour in C with a regional title. The Hornets return a nucleus that nearly upset B South champion Kennebunk in the first round of the playoffs, which has some expecting the...
http://www.sunjournal.com/news/local-sp ... on/2185673


2017 Leavitt football
Coach: Mike Hathaway (16th year) Region: C South Last year's record: 2-7, lost in Class B South quarterfinals Returning athletes: Seniors — Aidan Parmenter (T/DT), Nolan Cabral (G/LB), Tim Albert (...
http://www.sunjournal.com/news/local-sp ... ll/2185675
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Re: Previews: Class C

Postby baller1234 » Fri Sep 01, 2017 7:04 am

I can see the end to Winslow's home streak this Saturday. The "Great" Siv was out coached last year at MDI and there is turmoil in the coaches ranks as he shuts off his headphones and tells his coaching staff that they are the worst assistants he has ever had. Winslow starts the season off 0 and 2 as Coach Shields and Coach Hersom put the old dog to rest.
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Re: Previews: Class C

Postby Speed » Fri Sep 01, 2017 7:43 am

Troll trying to get some hits.....I do agree those are tough opening games for Black Raiders....MDI is very good....better than their team that went to Gold Ball game...MDI could well win Saturday, but that will not detract from quality of Winslow......rest of that post is total kaka....
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Re: Previews: Class C

Postby CM Newspapers » Fri Sep 01, 2017 9:35 am

KJ Class C football preview: MCI looks to test mettle in new conference
Gardiner also in Class C South hunt.

...Despite losing some key players to graduation, including running back/linebacker Eli Bussell and quarterback Josh Buker, the Huskies return the talent needed to compete in their new conference.

“We know it’s a new season, and we’ve got to get back to work,” MCI head coach Tom Bertrand said. “We’re hungry again, and we know it’s not going to come easy.”

Freshman Ryan Friend takes over at quarterback, and while it’s unfair to ask Friend to duplicate Buker’s skill set, Bertrand said the rookie will not be asked to do more than he can. The plan, Bertrand added, is to get the ball into the hands of a deep group of skill players.
- Winslow
- Gardiner
- Waterville
- Nokomis

http://www.centralmaine.com/2017/08/31/ ... onference/
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Re: Previews: Class C

Postby Village Soup » Fri Sep 01, 2017 10:09 am

With talent from top to bottom, Oceanside tackles postseason dreams

Outlook: Last season the Mariners picked up their first playoff win in school history. This year, after graduating several significant contributors, they hope for a return trip to the postseason “if we improve and grow as a team,” said Drinkwater.

Kaewthong is the new starting quarterback for Oceanside. Last season, Kaewthong, a soccer player, joined the team as a place kicker at the end of the regular season.

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Re: Previews: Class C

Postby 92.9 » Fri Sep 01, 2017 1:26 pm

MCI Looks To Continue Success With Move To Class C [AUDIO]

he Maine Central Institute Huskies are still basking in that Class D State Championship win last November, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t motivated to win another in 2017.

The Huskies have been one of the teams to beat in the LTC for the past three seasons, including besting Lisbon in that aforementioned state title game last Fall on a last second touchdown. In 2017 however, the Huskies will have more obstacles than normal to repeat their success.

MCI lost 11 players from the title team last year, but also have the task of being relocated to Class C from Class D in the latest shake-up. New rivalry will be crafted over the years to come, but for now it’s all relatively new for MCI heading into another season.


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Re: Previews: Class C

Postby CFJunior » Sat Sep 02, 2017 10:34 am

MCI found out last night that the move up to Class C won't be as easy as many thought it might be. Big statement win for Oceanside.

I also noticed Hermon hung 59 on Old Town. That might be the most points Hermon has ever scored in a single game.

Finally in North Class B, Medomak Valley beat Belfast last 21-20. Big win for a very young program.
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