Maine High School Football Newswire

Maine High School Football Newswire

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  1. Windjammer winning train back on tackle track against Black ...Read the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Capital Weekly

    The winning train that is the Camden Hills football team got back on track on Friday night, Sept. 21 as the Windjammers hit the road to square off with Maranacook.

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  2. Oceanside starts fast, doubles up visiting BelfastRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Herald Gazette

    A pair of 1-2 high school football squads hit the gridiron on Friday night, Sept. 21 at Wasgatt Field as Oceanside and Belfast had visions of climbing the suddenly log-jammed Class C North playoff ladder and ascending to a higher rung.

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  3. Inspired by former player, Panthers snare Coyotes for second straight winRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 22 | Herald Gazette

    Former Panther teammates of Brendan Lash hold a banner in his memory during a Medomak Valley football game with Old Town on Sept. 21. They include, from left, Richie Sproul, Zachary Rollins, Riley McCollett, Owen Gilbert and Duncan Macleod.

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  4. Foxcroft outlasts Bucksport in key LTC football clashRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 21 | Bangor Daily News

    Fans expected a close game when the Foxcroft Academy football team traveled to windblown Carmichael Field on Friday night for a midseason battle of the unbeatens against Bucksport. Quarterback Matt Spooner and halfback Michaleb Niles each rushed for more than 100 yards and senior defensive tackle Caleb Ladd came up with two big quarterback sacks late in the fourth quarter as Foxcroft held on for a 21-20 victory over the host Golden Bucks.

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  5. Falcons tear Windjammers' sails in hard-fought gridiron ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 21 | Capital Weekly

    The Windjammer offense and defense clicked on all cylinders in the first two games, as they scored 30 and 36 points, while they allowed no points in road and home contests, but that two-game win streak came to an end on Saturday, Sept. 15 to Freeport.

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  6. Maine high school football capsules for Sept. 21-22Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 20 | Bangor Daily News

    Game notes: The two remaining undefeated teams in the Little Ten Conference meet in a rematch of last year's Class D North title game won by Foxcroft 34-0. This game could be an offensive showcase, with both teams boasting several significant scoring threats.

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  7. Bangor High coach nominated for national coaching awardRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 19 | Bangor Daily News

    Bangor High School football and baseball head coach Dave Morris is one of the top 50 nominees for U.S. Cellular's Most Valuable Coach award. Morris is among five nominees for the award, which honors current coaches of K-12 school-affiliated sports teams who inspire their players through leadership and community involvement.

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  8. Belfast plays well in one-point loss to Madison-CarrabecRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 17 | The Harbor Times Soup

    After a lopsided loss to begin the regular season, the Belfast football team has bounced back nicely in its last two high school contests, most recently a competitive 13-12 defeat to highly-touted Madison-Carrabec. Lion coach Gregg Bouchard said the team had "very strong defensive play" overall against Madison-Carrabec, particularly the line of Chris Kelley, Rico Washington, Gage Newcomb, Donald Resh, Isaak Cunningham and Brian White.

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  9. Subvarsity football players gain valuable experience at 'jamborees'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 16 | Bangor Daily News

    With the number of high school football players trending downward for the better part of a decade, one additional challenge facing coaches is to maintain the interest of younger participants who may not be quite ready for the varsity experience. Roster sizes in the 30s and even the 20s have left some programs unable to field junior varsity squads, leaving many freshmen and sophomore players without a full schedule of games against their peers in order to improve as they grow into varsity status.

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  10. Rise above the fog: Medomak Valley outlasts Oceanside in one-point battleRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 15 | Herald Gazette

    An almost eerie fog slowly, but surely, descended over the field as Oceanside and host Medomak Valley entertained a large homecoming crowd to a rough-and-tumble, 48-minute high school football battle in which neither the Panthers nor Mariners wanted to give an inch. When the final horn sounded on Friday night, Sept.

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  11. Deering defense shuts down Bangor High football to win battle of the RamsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 14 | Bangor Daily News

    Michael Randall of Deering leaps to make a catch amidst coverage by Bangor's Jonny Lyon as the Rams' Eli Bradford looks on during Friday's game at Cameron Stadium in Bangor. Travis Soule of Deering High School is dragged down by Bangor's Bryce Henaire during Friday's Class A football game in Bangor.

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  12. Maine high school football capsules for Sept. 14-15Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 13 | Bangor Daily News

    Game notes: Bangor seeks to build on its first win since the 2015 playoffs in its second straight home game. Coach Dave Morris' club featured the rushing of senior Gabe Higgins and sophomore James Neel during its 14-0 victory over Windham as they combined for more than 200 yards.

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  13. For the past two seasons, the Maine Central Institute football team...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 11 | Herald Gazette

    For the past two seasons, the Maine Central Institute football team has ended its campaign winning its final high school game, last season as state Class C champions and the year prior the state Class D crown. Thus, Medomak Valley players and coaches understood its hands would not only be full, but overloaded with the talented Huskies as the squads squared off on Friday night, Sept.

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  14. Bangor football players relish their first victory since 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 11 | Bangor Daily News

    Zach Milliken ran a play he had never experienced before in a game as the Bangor High School football team closed out its 14-0 victory over Windham last Friday night . It was the "victory formation," as the Rams snapped the ball back to their senior quarterback and Milliken dropped to a knee as time expired and the scoreboard buzzer sounded.

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  15. Camden Hills continues impressive winning ways in Class ERead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 10 | Capital Weekly

    And not only have the Windjammers scored in droves, their defense has showed up in an impressive way as well, turning in a goose egg for the second straight week. Hosting Telstar of Bethel on Saturday afternoon, Sept.

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  16. Nokomis stays step ahead of Oceanside in competitive clashRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 8 | Herald Gazette

    After a strong road victory to open the season, the Oceanside football team returned to its friendly home turf on Friday night, Sept. 7 at Wasgatt Field, where it hosted Nokomis of Newport.

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  17. Joyce propels MDI football team past Hampden AcademyRead the original story

    Friday Sep 7 | Bangor Daily News

    Elijah Joyce struck both early and late in the game Friday night as Mount Desert Island's rushing attack ground down Hampden Academy 22-0 in a crossover high school football battle at the Weatherbee Complex. Joyce, a 5-foot-10, 185-pound senior running back, rushed for 314 yards and three touchdowns on 36 carries in helping Mark Arnold earn his first victory as MDI's head football coach.

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  18. Former Oxford Hills standout works his way into starting tackle spot for UMaine football teamRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 7 | Bangor Daily News

    The Harrison native was a nonscholarship player who was hoping he could earn some playing time for the Black Bear football team. Docos, a former standout at Oxford Hills High School in South Paris, weighed 260 pounds, which is light for an offensive lineman at the Division I level, especially a tackle.

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  19. Maine high school football capsules for Sept. 7 and 8Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 6 | Bangor Daily News

    Game notes: Brewer plays its second straight crossover game against a Class B South foe, this time on the artificial turf. The Witches are coming off a 26-12 loss against Biddeford during which Brewer led 12-7 in the fourth quarter before the Tigers scored 19 unanswered points.

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  20. High-powered offense helps Windjammers sail past visiting RamsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 5 | Herald Gazette

    It had been nearly four years since the Camden Hills girls soccer team had given up four goals in a game. And a tough defensive day like that likely would sink most high school squads after 80 minutes on the pitch.

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