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No. 4 Mattanawcook Academy Lynx (5-3) vs. No. 1 Maine Central Institute Huskies (8-0), 7:30 p.m. Friday at Colby College in Waterville:

Sport: Football  Message Board

Posted: November 7th, 2014 by Tom Nolette

These teams meet in the semifinals for the second straight year after Mattanawcook upended MCI 34-6 to reach last year’s Little Ten Conference final. Both teams have coped with key injuries, with MCI playing much of the season without starting backs Jonathan Santiago and Eric Hathaway, while MA halfback Scott Jipson has been in and out of the lineup for several weeks. MCI scored a 25-15 victory in their Week 6 meeting at Lincoln, rallying with two fourth-quarter...

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Foxcroft Academy Ponies (7-2) at Waterville Purple Panthers (7-1), 1 p.m. Saturday

Sport: Football  Message Board

Posted: November 7th, 2014 by Tom Nolette

These teams last met in Week 1 with Waterville securing a 36-14 victory. Foxcroft has won seven of eight games since, the exception a 26-25 loss to Winslow. Waterville’s lone setback also came against the Black Raiders, after a 34-7 loss in Week 7. Waterville features a deep rushing attack led by Cam Thomas and Daniel Pooler, while Foxcroft’s tandem of Peter Boyer and Hunter Smith have run for more than 2,000 yards since Smith moved to quarterback in Week 3...

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No. 4 Belfast Lions (6-3) at No. 1 Winslow Black Raiders (8-0), 1 p.m. Saturday:

Sport: Football  Message Board

Posted: November 7th, 2014 by Tom Nolette

Belfast showed off its defensive side during a 20-12 quarterfinal win over Madison-Carrabec, allowing just one touchdown until the game’s final play. Now they must slow a Winslow team averaging 47.5 points per contest. “Obviously we’ve got to contain [Dylan] Hapworth, he’s a very good running back,” Bartlett said. Winslow has its own defensive challenge to contend with in Belfast senior Stephen Davis, who has rushed for 777 yards and eight touchdowns in the last two weeks and is approaching 2,000 yards for the season...

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No. 4 Bangor (6-3) at No. 1 Cheverus (7-1), 12:30 p.m. Saturday

Sport: Football  Message Board

Posted: November 7th, 2014 by Tom Nolette

These teams met in a semifinal last year with Cheverus achieving a 37-0 victory, but their Week 6 face-off this season produced a more competitive encounter before Cheverus gained a 28-14 win.

“We played them pretty evenly in the second half,” Bangor coach Mark Hackett, whose team trailed 21-7 at intermission, said. “We played pretty well, especially on defense.” Bangor’s defense, which sparked a 24-7 quarterfinal victory...

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Resurgent Hutton, Shore hoping to lead UMaine hockey team to successful weekend at Vermont

Sport: University Of Maine Hockey  Message Board

Posted: November 7th, 2014 by Tom Nolette

When you are named an All-American, it puts a target on your back. Opposing teams know if they are going to have success, they must find a way to neutralize you. University of Maine junior center Devin Shore and junior defenseman Ben Hutton have been dealing with that scrutiny this...

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Maine Principals' Association sets times for Saturday's soccer state championship games

Sport: Soccer ( Boys)  Message Board

Posted: November 7th, 2014 by Tom Nolette

The Maine Principals’ Association has set the times for Saturday’s state championship soccer games to be held at Deering High School in Portland and Hampden Academy. Hampden Academy will be the site for the Class A and Class D boys and girls games, while Deering will host the Class B and Class C finals...

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Maine's top individual high school runners to join championship teams at New Englands

Sport: Cross Country  Message Board

Posted: November 7th, 2014 by Tom Nolette

When Ellsworth High School senior Haley Lawrence won the Eastern Maine Class B girls cross country championship two weekends ago, it marked a crowning achievement for multiple reasons. Among them, she said after that race, was earning a spot on the school’s running wall of fame, a collection of plaques …

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Lewiston claims regional crown

Sport: Soccer ( Boys)  Message Board

Posted: November 6th, 2014 by Tom Nolette

LEWISTON — In 27 seconds, the Lewiston boys' soccer team erased the ghosts of postseasons past. Abdulkarim Abdulle's two goals early in the second half Wednesday proved to be the difference in a 2-1 win over Brunswick in the Eastern Class A regional championship. After a pair of disappointing overtime losses in the regional final the past two years...

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Class A East Boys' Soccer: Devils' defense delivers in clutch

Sport: Soccer ( Boys)  Message Board

Posted: November 6th, 2014 by Tom Nolette

LEWISTON — It couldn't be this easy. If you've followed the fortunes of Lewiston boys' soccer for a season, or two, or 20-plus, you knew it wouldn't be this easy. After back-to-back heartbreaks in the Class A East championship, the Blue Devils were six minutes away from an unblemishe...

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Maranacook boys take Western C honors over Hall-Dale

Sport: Soccer ( Boys)  Message Board

Posted: November 6th, 2014 by Tom Nolette

READFIELD — After more than 34 minutes of keeping one of the most explosive offenses in the state off the scoreboard, Hall-Dale’s bend-but-don’t-break defense finally shattered under the booming right foot of Maranacook’s Matt DuBois. DuBois’ goal with 5:23 left was all top-seeded Maranacook needed at least on the scoreboard, to return to the Class C title game with a 1-0 win over No. 3 Hall-Dale. Maranacook, which beat Hall-Dale in last year’s regional final by the same...

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Intangibles play a role in football playoff success

Sport: Football  Message Board

Posted: November 6th, 2014 by Tom Nolette

When high school football teams are playing in November, everything is magnified. Suddenly, the intangibles, experience and poise, become very tangible, and can mean the difference between moving on and hoisting a gold ball, or turning in your equipment. “You want to do all the things you’ve done all year, better, Winslow head coach Mike Siviski, who was coached the Black Raiders to four state titles and eight trips to the state championship game, said. “Playoff football...

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Emmons brothers lift Richmond to Western D title

Sport: Soccer ( Boys)  Message Board

Posted: November 6th, 2014 by Tom Nolette

BATH — Brothers Brendan and Cameron Emmons are beyond the point where games played together in a Richmond uniform are guaranteed. The start of the Western Maine Class D boys soccer playoffs last week meant they would have to earn every game together from that point forward, and Wednesday night at McMann Field the brothers did just that. Brendan Emmons, a sophomore, scored off a corner kick taken by his older brother Cameron, a senior...

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Richmond storms to Western D title

Sport: Soccer ( Girls)  Message Board

Posted: November 6th, 2014 by Tom Nolette

BATH — Camryn Hurley got to celebrate her 16th birthday a little early Wednesday at McMann Field. Hurley, a sophomore on the Richmond girls soccer team whose birthday is Thursday, scored two goals and assisted on three more in the first half alone to power the Bobcats past Searsport in the Western Maine Class D finals. Sophomore Meranda Martin had a big game for the Bobcats as well with three goals and two assists, while junior Kelsea Anair also had a hat trick. “...

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Cheverus names new girls' basketball coach: Former Deering player Huntington

Sport: Basketball (Girls)  Message Board

Posted: November 6th, 2014 by Tom Nolette

Steve Huntington has been named the Cheverus High girls’ basketball coach. Huntington replaces Richie Ashley, who resigned two months ago after seven seasons as coach of the Stags; his teams went 86-52 overall and made the playoffs every year. Huntington is a former assistant coach with the Deering and Scarborough boys’ varsities. He was a standout player at Deering and later at Westbrook College, then the University of New England when the schools merged. At UNE he holds the school record of 11 3-pointers in a game...

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Eastern Class A girls' soccer: Mt. Ararat girls lose regional final, 3-2 in OT

Sport: Soccer ( Girls)  Message Board

Posted: November 6th, 2014 by Tom Nolette

Edward Little advances to the Class A state title game. AUBURN — With five minutes to go in the Eastern Class A girls’ soccer final, whoops of excitement could be heard from the Mt. Ararat High bench. Edward Little High Coach Craig Latuscha paced furiously on the sideline, clapping and urging his Red Eddies. “Dig deep, ladies,” Latuscha called out. They did. After tying the game with a penalty kick with 4:54 remaining, the host Red Eddies scored in overtime to beat Mt. Ararat 3-2 Wednesday afternoon. Olivia Paione kicked a loose ball...

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