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Madison:: pushes past Oak Hill, 28-13

Postby EasternMaineSports » Sat Sep 02, 2017 6:41 am

Eastern Maine Sports | Madison rushes to win over Foxcroft in season opener: Audio Replay included |
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Madison:: thumps Winthrop/Monmouth

Postby SJ » Sat Sep 16, 2017 3:24 am

Madison thumps Winthrop/Monmouth

...Evan Bess ran for a touchdown and threw for two more, both to Sean Whalen, who ran for two of his own, and the Bulldogs ran past Winthrop/Monmouth 47-8 in a Class D South football game at Rudman Field on Friday night.

"They looked good," Bulldogs coach Scott Franzose said. "They've played together since they were kids."

Whalen scored from nine yards out three plays into the Bulldogs' (3-0) first drive to put the hosts up 6-0 quickly. The Bulldogs' next drive ended in a punt, and their third didn't start until the final play of the first quarter.

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Madison:: stays hot, buries Winthrop/Monmouth

Postby CM Newspapers » Sat Sep 16, 2017 4:13 am

Madison football stays hot, buries Winthrop/Monmouth
Bulldogs apply pressure early and never look back in D South matchup.

...“We just started playing football the way we can play it. (Winthrop) beat us off the ball (in the first quarter). They played more physical. They had momentum, and we played soft, to be quite honest,” Franzose said. “We finally got our act together and played hard.”

Eric Wescott’s 6-yard touchdown run with 9:12 left in the second gave Madison a 14-0 lead. A Sean Whalen 39-yard touchdown run made it 21-0, and Whalen caught a 79-yard TD pass from Evan Bess for a 27-0 lead.

“Our line did a great job protecting our QB and helping our running backs get to the second level. Once we get to the second level, it’s up to us to make the right reads and do our jobs,” Whalen, who ran for two touchdowns and caught a pair of Bess touchdown passes, said.

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Re: Madison:: Experience makes offense click

Postby CM Newspapers » Thu Sep 28, 2017 4:24 am

Experience makes Madison football offense click
Bulldogs feel they can make any play happen as players do their job.

...Even with last week’s 25-21 loss to undefeated Wells, Madison (3-1) has shown itself to be one of the most explosive offensive teams in the state. The Bulldogs average 42 points per game, the highest in Class D. With four returning starters who earned all-conference honors in Class C North last season (Bess, running back Sean Whalen, along with linemen Max Shibley and Kobe Tibbetts), as well as the return of tackle Matt Oliver, who missed half of last season with an injury, the Bulldogs are making their spread pistol offense look easy.

“That is a tough football team with some fast backs,” Wells coach Tim Roche said following his team’s win over the Bulldogs Friday.”They’re the best team we’ve faced in a while.”

Madison hosts Old Orchard Beach Friday night.

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Madison:: pushes past Oak Hill, 28-13

Postby SJ » Sun Oct 08, 2017 3:47 am

Madison pushes past Oak Hill, 28-13

...So Oak Hill coach Stacen Doucette decided to dust off the double-wing offense, hoping to limit those chances for Madison. It worked to a degree, but the Bulldogs got their points eventually and held the Raiders' offense quiet long enough to get away from Oak Hill High School with a 28-13 win in a Class D South football game Saturday afternoon.

"They came with a good game plan," Madison coach Scott Franzose said. "I think a big part of it was keeping our offense off the field, slowing things down, and it took us a while to adjust to that."

The Raiders' (2-4) power-running, misdirection attack out of the double-wing limited the Bulldogs (5-1) to just two possessions in the first quarter, thanks to an 18-8 advantage in offensive plays. But that was enough plays for the Bulldogs to take a 7-0 lead, thanks to a 51-yard touchdown pass from Evan Bess to Jacob Meader. That was Madison's last offensive play of the quarter, and it came directly after two penalties on the same play put the Bulldogs in a second-and-26 at their own 49-yard line.

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Re: Madison:: pushes past Oak Hill, 28-13

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Oct 08, 2017 4:26 am

Madison football shakes off Oak Hill
Raiders work to control possession and clock, but Bulldogs break through for victory.


...The Bulldogs were hindered in the first half but found their form in the second, shaking off a pair of turnovers to pull away from the Raiders and come away with a 28-13 victory Saturday afternoon

“We never expect anything to be easy, especially against these guys,” said coach Scott Franzose, whose Bulldogs (5-1) got two touchdowns from Jacob Meader and rushing scores from quarterback Evan Bess and tailback Sean Whalen. “They came with a hell of a gameplan. … Part of it was keeping our offense off the field, slowing things down, and it took us a while to adjust to that. They did a pretty good job with it. That’s a pretty tough football team over there.”

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