Class D Title - Foxcroft vs Wells 11/18

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Re: Class D Title - Foxcroft vs Wells 11/18

Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Nov 17, 2017 4:22 am

Football: Class C championship game at a glance
Cape Elizabeth is looking for its first state title Friday night against MCI.

...CAPE ELIZABETH: The Capers are looking to win their first football state championship in only their second appearance in a state final, having lost to Leavitt in 2009 in Class B. After graduating 18 players from their 2016 South regional runner-up squad, the Capers are again a strong defensive team, allowing 8.8 points per game, led by Luc Houle up front and linebackers Ryan Weare (team-high 92 tackles), Louis Daukas and Jacob Budischewsky, with Jacob Brydson directing the secondary. As the season has progressed, the offense has morphed into a power-running attack featuring Weare (1,331 yards, 16 TDs). But junior quarterback Andrew Hartel (61 of 112, 1,098 yards, 13 TDs), and receivers Brydson (17-232, 4 TDs) and Matt Conley (12-231, 3 TDs) have the ability to create big plays.

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Re: Class D Title - Foxcroft vs Wells 11/18

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Nov 18, 2017 1:42 am

Foxcroft's State Dreams Rest in Hands of Clawson
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Re: Class D Title - Foxcroft vs Wells 11/18

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Nov 18, 2017 1:54 am

Once among the young fans, Wells’ Nolan Potter now inspires them
The bruising fullback will be one of the keys as the Warriors compete for a second straight state title.

...Sounds like a tough kid? Yes, in some ways.

In other ways, Potter is a gentle soul.

After Wells completed its 34-12 win over Madison/Carrabec in the Class D South title game, Potter soon had his helmet off, and was smiling and talking to children. He signed autographs, posed for photos and kept engaging the young fans.

“I like talking to the younger kids, be a good role model, give them something to work for as they get older,” Potter said.

While he hopes to play football in college, Potter thinks he may study to be a teacher. He worked as a camp counselor last summer.

A role model.

“A great kid,” said Wells Coach Tim Roche.

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