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Wells:: rolls past Yarmouth

Postby CM Newspapers » Fri Sep 22, 2017 3:48 am

MS game of the week: Madison, Wells football meet for 1st place in Class D
Bulldogs, Warriors newcomers after playing in Class C last season

...Here’s a look at the Madison-Wells matchup:

Where: Warrior Memorial Field, Wells

When: 7 tonight

Madison coach Scott Franzose on Wells: “I don’t think I’m going to tell you anything that most people don’t know. We’re new to the conference, but I’ve always been familiar with Wells. You look at these guys, they’re all upper classmen, maybe some first year starters. These are experienced guys, but the thing they do well is, they run that wing-T.”

Wells coach Tim Roche on Madison: “They’re fast. Both their quarterback (Evan Bess) and running back (Sean Whalen) are fast. I’m amazed by them because they don’t come off the field. Offense, defense, special teams. They’re always on the field.”

Three keys for Madison:

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Wells rallies past Madison/Carrabec

Postby PPH » Sat Sep 23, 2017 4:17 am

Wells rallies past Madison/Carrabec
The Warriors score the final three touchdowns to win a clash of unbeaten Class D teams, 25-21.

...“Against a tough team like that, you can’t give them a short field,” Madison Coach Scott Franzose said.

The other Wells touchdown in the second half came on a 69-yard run by Tyler Bridge.

It would not be surprising to see these two teams play again in November for the regional title. Wells is now 4-0, and Madison is 3-1. Both teams were in Class C last year – Wells was the state champion – and appear to be the teams to beat in Class D.

“That is a tough football team with some fast backs,” Wells Coach Tim Roche said. “They’re the best team we’ve faced in a while.”

Wells went into the game outscoring opponents 95-7, while Madison had a 147-42 scoring advantage.

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Re: Wells rallies past Madison/Carrabec

Postby WMTW » Sat Sep 23, 2017 5:19 am

Travis Lee‏ @TLee_WMTW Wells stages 2nd half comeback behind stiffling 'd'...Bridge/Potter TD's and monster hit from Chad Fitzpatrick @wellshsAD
watch video:
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Wells:: runs away from Oak Hill, 41-21

Postby SJ » Sun Oct 01, 2017 5:06 am

Wells runs away from Oak Hill, 41-21

...The Warriors rang up all 341 yards on the ground, while holding the Raiders to just 33 rushing yards in a 41-21 Class D South football victory.

"They're a very physical team. They've committed to weightlifting as a program and as a community, and it showed in their play," Oak Hill coach Stacen Doucette said. "Because of their ability to lift and their workout program and their commitment as a team ... we had a hard time running the ball."

Wells (5-0) ran the ball for 119 yards in the first quarter and led 14-0 after touchdown runs by Tyler Bridge and Nolan Potter.

They were held to just 13 yards on the ground in the second quarter, and they gave up 96 passing yards to Gavin Rawstron and the Raiders (2-3) offense after holding them without a yard through the air in the first quarter.

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Re: Wells:: runs away from Oak Hill, 41-21

Postby CM Newspapers » Sun Oct 01, 2017 5:35 am

Oak Hill football fights back, but Wells has final answer
Warriors score 27 second-half points to pull away from Raiders in 41-21 win.

...“The kids just have this thing, I don’t know, this resilience they have that just gets them right back in the game,” Wells coach Tim Roche said. “They came out, and Nolan and Tyler kind of teamed up there.”

Make no mistake — despite the three-score final margin, it was a gut check. Oak Hill (2-3) rallied back from a 14-0 hole, and had the Warriors looking for answers when they went into the locker room at halftime tied at 14 — answers that Wells, in the third and fourth quarters, was able to find.

“I think we showed mental toughness because we went down, twice,” Oak Hill coach Stacen Doucette said. “We put on a little run both times. I thought we had difficulties running the ball, but I thought pass protection was very nice, receivers caught the ball and we ran good routes. Passing game looked pretty good at times today.”

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Wells:: rolls past Yarmouth

Postby WMTW » Sat Oct 07, 2017 7:03 am

Travis Lee‏Verified account @TLee_WMTW
Who wants to tackle Nolan Potter? Nobody.
Wells rolls past Yarmouth with the help of Potter's rushing.
watch video: https://twitter.com/TLee_WMTW/status/916513359314505728
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