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Postby MBRRadio » Mon Jul 08, 2019 11:18 pm

Football players from throughout Maine coming to Lewiston this week to get schooled on passing game: https://t.co/wHKwQy5fkp
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Postby MBRRadio » Sat Jul 13, 2019 11:16 pm

@northeast7v7 Bonney Eagle Claims the North Regional over Andover MA 18-7. Finished the day 9-0, Way to Go ⁦@BEFBSCOTPRIDE⁩ see at the New Championship July 24th -> https://twitter.com/northeast7v7/status ... 3972566016
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Postby MBRRadio » Wed Jul 17, 2019 10:51 pm

Now that eight-man football is a reality for the upcoming season, players and coaches are learning the game isn't all that different from its 11-man cousin: https://t.co/g9rZ2kI7wr
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Postby MBRRadio » Wed Jul 31, 2019 12:01 am

Episode 3 is out on all your favorite podcasting platforms! We talk about @RAWmaterial33's series on 8-Man Football, using game film in the digital age and we sit down with Cony Head Football Coach @coachlip! Listen: https://t.co/F7i8EKdWOD
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Postby MBRRadio » Sat Aug 03, 2019 6:07 am

Eight-man football is 'more about skill,' OOB player Jacob Methot says. What does that mean for lineman? This and other facts and myths about the eight-man game are explored in Part 3: https://t.co/52EJl4hM5X
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Postby MBRRadio » Fri Aug 09, 2019 10:22 pm

Other states haves seen eight-man football grow rapidly: https://t.co/8jFqbC6ihL
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Postby MBRRadio » Fri Aug 09, 2019 10:31 pm

New Deering AD is ready to promote and grow the school’s athletic programs: https://t.co/86d1LCACYt
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Postby MBRRadio » Sat Aug 10, 2019 10:28 pm

Is eight-man football here to stay? - https://t.co/ALfZrachb9
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Postby MBRRadio » Sat Aug 10, 2019 10:46 pm

Kennebunk football program, Tommy McNamara Charitable Foundation unite for player safety: https://www.journaltribune.com/articles ... er-safety/

Thornton Academy football camp connects generations

SACO — The stands at Thornton Academy’s Hill Stadium were peppered with eager families during the evening session of the school’s youth football camp on a warm Thursday night in Saco.

The high attendance for a practice session at the stadium isn’t uncommon.

For a community that’s seen its high school team win four Class A state titles over the last seven years, the practices offer a glimpse inside the success of the program.

“We usually have a pretty good turnout (for the camp),” said Kevin Kezal, the head coach of the Thornton Academy football team and the camp director. “It’s a community that loves football. Saco, Dayton, Arundel, you name it. We get great turnouts at our games a lot of people stick around for practices. It’s a great place to be.”

Kezal, who has coached at Thornton for 20 years, started the youth camp in 2006. His intention of the five-day program is to teach kids the fundamentals of the game and also build pride and continuity within the community. The session had two groups — the school’s middle school team, and players ranging from second through sixth grade.

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Postby MBRRadio » Tue Aug 13, 2019 10:48 pm

Filieo said 74 players have signed up for football. The first practice is at 7 a.m. Monday, then the team heads to Kamp Kohut in Oxford for a week of training camp. “It’s exciting,” said Filieo. “It’s good to be home and it feels right.”

Filieo, 44, graduated from South Portland in 1993 and later was an assistant coach there for six years before leading Cape Elizabeth’s program for 15 years, compiling a 106-48 record. He was hired in December to coach South Portland and has been a constant presence since.

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