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Past the pain ( Drew Jannelle)

Sport: Football  Posted: September 11th, 2008 by Tom Nolette



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NOTES: Royce Terrell impresses at cornerback for Weymouth

Sport:   Posted: September 10th, 2008 by Tom Nolette




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Teams cope with player’s death

Sport:   Posted: September 10th, 2008 by Tom Nolette



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Lynx’s win over Ponies special

Sport: Football  Posted: September 10th, 2008 by Tom Nolette



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MBR.ORG / WGME Top 10 State-wide Football Poll after week 1

Sport: Football  Posted: September 10th, 2008 by Tom Nolette

Maine High School Football
MBR.ORG / WGME
Top 10 state-wide and top 5 by class..

1) Bonny Eagle 

The Scots exploded for 555 yards (407 on the ground) and seven touchdowns en route to a 46-6 victory over a young Cheverus team..     Nate Doehler continued to dazzle, rushing nine times for 92 yards and three TDs. He also completed 6-of-10 passes for 148 yards and another score. Bonny Eagle's attack was much more than Doehler. Ruby had 128 yards and a pair of TDs on 15 carries. Nason rushed for 56 yards on two carries and had three catches for 106 and a score. Dunn caught two passes for 32 yards. Davis had one catch for 10. Gosselin gained 55 yards and scored a TD on his lone carry.  (up next B.E. host Windham - Windham lost to Deering 21-14  in week 1)

  

2) Lawrence

Lawrence scored on its first six possessions and held Mt. Blue to one first down in the first half. The two-time defending Pine Tree Conference Class A champions rolled to a 41-0 win.  Junior fullback Anthony Boudreau ran for 109 of his game-high 137 yards in the first half and scored a pair of touchdowns. (up next Lawrence travels to Cony  – Cony lost to Mt. Ararat 28-26 in week 1)

  

3) Deering
21-14 over Windham   .. Deering’s  Jack Heary  led the Rams with 168 yards on 29 carries and 3 scores  . Deering scored touchdowns in the second, third and fourth quarters to overcome an early 7-0 deficit, then held off a potential scoring drive by the upstart Eagles in the final minute of the season . Deering starts 4 sophomores and will  only get better as the season evolves...  ( up next Deering host Westbrook on 9/12 – Westbrook lost to Portland 19-14 in week 1)

 

4) Mountain Valley

The starters only played 14 minutes in this contest as the Falcons pounded Gray- NewGloucester 68-8. ( 60-0 half-time score)  Seventeen different players rushed or caught the ball at least once for Mountain Valley. Seven of them scored a touchdown.  ( up next MV host Wells   -  Wells defeated Lake Region 47-0 in week 1)

 

5) Thornton Academy

Scored seven touchdowns before Sanford got on the board. Peter Remmes had a pair of touchdowns and Steve Trask threw for two more as TA Rolls over Sanford 49-6, ( up next at Noble 9/12 – Noble lost to massabesic 47-6 in week 1 )

 

6) Bangor

  Pine Tree Conference Class A runner-up team a year ago, overcame Messalonskee and its double wing offense 34-19  .   Tailback Adam Billings (108 yards on 18 carries) rushed for three touchdowns, including both first-half scores. Bangor quarterback Joe Seccareccia completed five of 10 passes for 125 yards , tailback Lonnie Hackett (78 rushing yards) added  two touchdown ( up next, Bangor at  Brunswick – Brunswick lost to Lewiston 26-6 in week 1 )

 

7) Gardiner

32-6 over Oak Hill.. - The head coach, tailback and quarterback are all gone from the defending class b state champs, but Gardiner continues to re-load. The biggest lost, of course, is the quarterback position vacated by the graduated Kyle Stilphen, a Fitzpatrick Trophy finalist who accounted for 15 touchdowns (nine passing) and threw for 458 yards. The Tigers will also have to replace Bass Chadwick, who rushed for 1,146 yards and 15 touchdowns on 134 carries Gardiner host Camden on 9/12 – Camden lost to Nokomis 42-6 in week 1)

8) Edward Little

EL racked up 327 of its 465 total yards for the game in the first half and went on to defeat Oxford Hills  53-21. Merton "Buddy" Foss rushed for three touchdowns and turned a broken pass play into a 58-yard score. Cody Goddard completed eight of 13 passes for 197 yards and three touchdowns. Dylon Therrien opened the Eddies' barrage with a 56-yard interception return for a touchdown on the game's first series, then chipped in with 85 yards and a TD on the ground.  ( Up next EL host Mt. Blue – Mt. Blue lost to Lawrence 41-0 in week 1)

 

9) Cape Elizabeth

32-12 over York. Cape’s Brenden Shields scored two touchdowns and set up another with a 58-yard run early in the second half for the Capers  to break a half time tie  with a 20-point third quarter to pull away from York. ( up next – Cape travels to Fryeburg – Fryeburg lost to Falmouth 7-6 in week 1)

 

10) Winthrop
 Pounds Traip 46-13  .. preseason favorite in Western Maine Class C.

Scoring runs from Joe Morey, Jake Steele and Riley Cobb all in the first eight minutes of the game. Skylar Whaley rounded out the first quarter, scoring for a 33-0 Rambler lead after just 12 minutes. Wintrhop went to it’s bench early in this one ( up next – Winthrop travels to Yarmouth – Yarmouth lost to Jay 20-7 in week 1)

 

Top 5 by class

Class A

1) Bonny Eagle

2) Lawrence

3) Deering

4) Thornton Academy

5) Bangor

 

Class B

1) Mountain Valley

2) Gardiner

3) Cape Elizabeth

4) Winslow

5) Waterville 

  

Class C

1) Winthrop

2) Bucksport

3) Mattanawcook

4) Jay

5) Livermore Falls

MBR TO AIR DRACUT-EVERETT GAME ON 1510 On The Air also live from Everett Sept. 20

Sport:   Posted: September 10th, 2008 by Tom Nolette

Sept. 8, 2008

MBR On The Air is proud to announce it will doing an entire day at Everett High School in conjunction with the school’s Sept. 20 Homecoming. To start the day, MBR On The Air, Shales and Danny V. Talking High School Sports, will be on live from Everett Memorial Stadium from 10-12 in the morning. Then, at 1:30, a pre-game show will air, followed by the 2:00 game between two of the highest-ranked teams in the state – all on 1510 The Zone. 

We’re looking forward to getting out and meeting the people hours before the game,” Mike Shalin said of the show’s first remote broadcast. “There will be a great atmosphere around there that day and we’re happy to be a part of it.”

Everett’s 26th straight win was a major topic on this past Saturday’s show, with coach John DiBiaso one of many guests welcomed by Shales and Danny V. after the first night of football action. Now, the show is coming to DiBiaso and his team.

Dracut opened the season, its first under Jeff Moore, with a 34-32 win over Brocton at Rocky Marciano Stadium in Brockton.

“This should be a great game in a great setting,” says Danny Ventura.

Anyone from either town interested in supporting the day by advertising with us On The Air can contact us at www.sales@mbr.org.

The first annual No Player Left Behind charity golf tournament will take place Oct. 2 at the Presidents Golf Club in Quincy. The cost is $125 per golfer and includes lunch with former Red Sox pitcher Mike Torrez, as well as the MBR crew.

For information on playing, sponsoring a hole, or helping out any way you can, contact Joe Martone at joe@mbr.org.

No Player Left Behind is our non-profit arm, which provides funds to kids (and even programs) short on cash as they attempt to compete.

Mustangs stampede Knights; Marshwood up next

Sport: Football  Posted: September 9th, 2008 by Tom Nolette



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Redskins routed by Trojans

Sport: Football  Posted: September 9th, 2008 by Tom Nolette




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New Era in Middleboro

Sport:   Posted: September 8th, 2008 by Tom Nolette




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Holliston football player, 16, dies

Sport:   Posted: September 8th, 2008 by Tom Nolette




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Are you ready for some (high school) football?

Sport:   Posted: September 8th, 2008 by Tom Nolette




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Coleman takes Peabody hoop helm

Sport:   Posted: September 8th, 2008 by Tom Nolette



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Fenwick can't make a dent in Methuen's armor

Sport:   Posted: September 8th, 2008 by Tom Nolette



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