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Brewer 14, Cony 0

Brunswick 33, Mt. Blue 14

Cape Elizabeth 37, Wells 0

Cheverus 26, Portland 7

Deering 29, Bonny Eagle 28

Edward Little 36, Messalonskee 27

Foxcroft 34, Stearns 8

Gardiner 14, Winslow 7

Kennebunk 20, Sanford 14

Lawrence 37, Mount Ararat 6

Lewiston 43, Bangor 20

Lisbon 28, Livermore Falls 24

Mattanawcook 50, Old Town 16

Morse 19, Leavitt 12

Mountain Valley 47, Greely 0

Rockland 15, MCI 13

Skowhegan 62, Oxford Hills 8

Thornton 38, Massabesic 21

Traip 26, Madison 14

Windham 34, Gorham 14

York 62, Lake Region 19

Brewer 14, Cony 0

At Doyle Field in Brewer, Billy Bissell rushed for 97 yards on 19 carries as the Witches ground out a victory over Cony of Augusta on homecoming night.

3-3 Brewer put together two long scoring drives in each half, the first being a 12-play, 52-yard march in the opening quarter capped by a 3-yard Pat McEwen TD run, and his two-point conversion rush gave Brewer an 8-0 lead.

Cony had a golden opportunity late in the first half. After Shane Hazzard picked off Brewer QB Koby Hutchins, the Rams had a first and goal at the Witches’ 6, but Brewer’s D stopped the Rams on four straight running plays.

Brewer came out after halftime and ate up 7:15 of the third quarter, marching 80 yards in 15 plays, and Bissell scored for four yards out.

Brewer’s defense held up from there, and Kyle O’Connell’s fourth-quarter interception sealed Cony’s fate.

Luke Duncklee compiled 69 yards passing for the Rams.

Lewiston 43, Bangor 20

At Bangor, Wes Myers gained 247 yards and scored three touchdowns on 43 carries to keep his visiting Blue Devils undefeated and avenge a tough loss to Bangor last season.

The Rams jumped out to a 7-0 lead after going 57 yards in 13 plays on their opening drive, but the Devils answered with a 50-yard scoring drive and took an 8-7 lead with 1:37 left in the opening quarter. The 6-0 Devils never trailed the rest of the game.

Lonnie Hackett led the 2-4 Rams with 180 yards on 16 carries.

Foxcroft 34, Stearns 8

At Millinocket, Ryan Stroud completed 5 of 11 passes, three for touchdowns, for 120 yards to lead Foxcroft Academy past Stearns.

Ian Champeon rushed for two touchdowns in the first half for the Ponies. Josiah Richards caught two scoring passes from Stroud and successfully converted four of his five extra-point kicks.

Champeon rushed 18 times for 159 yards and Richards also had an interception.

Jared McGreevy led Stearns by completing 7 of 16 passes for 133 yards. McGreevy connected with Josh MacDonald in the second quarter for a 49-yard touchdown.

Billy Eurich had 12 tackles for the Minutemen, three for a loss and Alan Langley blocked a punt.

Foxcroft managed 277 total yards of offense while Stearns had 211 offensive yards.

Rockland 15, MCI 13

At Pittsfield, Nick Baudanza kicked a 22-yard field goal with 2:40 left in the fourth quarter to give Rockland a 15-7 advantage and lead the Tigers to victory.

Andrew Weiss scored on the first play of the game by running 75 yards to the end zone for Rockland. He added a fourth-quarter touchdown on a 4-yard run.

Weiss ran 174 yards on 26 carries. He also had three receptions for 35 yards. On defense, Weiss had an interception and two fumble recoveries.

Rockland’s Dylan Meklin completed 14 of 25 passes for 202 yards.

Shawn Bennett put Maine Central Institute on the board with a 2-yard run in the second quarter. Craig Reazor brought the Huskies within two points in the fourth in a 37-yard run with 1:40 left.

Nick Miller rushed 14 times for 85 yards. He also recorded 15 tackles on defense.

Markus White also had 15 tackles and Tyler Maloon had an interception.

Rockland totaled 435 yards of offense. MCI had 305 offensive yards.

Mattanawcook 50, Old Town 16

At Old Town, Brady Vose scored two first-half touchdowns, one a punt return and the other on a rush, to lead Mattanawcook Academy of Lincoln past Old Town.

Freshman Tyler Langley added two fourth-quarter touchdowns for the Lynx. He returned a fumble 10 yards for a score and later ran 40 yards for another touchdown.

Mattanawcook’s Josh Pelkey and Josh Murchison had scoring runs. Grady Markie returned a blocked punt 15 yards for a third-quarter touchdown.

Josh Boucher led Old Town with two TD passes. He connected with Kyle Abbott in the first quarter on a 48-yard pass and in the fourth with Tyler Hamm on a 67-yard pass.

Seth Hopkins tackled an MA running back in the end zone in the third quarter to earn a safety.

Boys Soccer

Ashland 6, Van Buren 0

Calais 6, Jonesport-Beals 1

Ellsworth 3, John Bapst 0

Medomak 2, Oak Hill 1

MDI 3, Caribou 2

Mt. Blue 1, Brewer 0

Shead 2, Woodland 1

So. Aroostook 7, Hodgdon 0

Wisdom 11, East Grand 1

Wisdom 11, East Grand 1

At St. Agatha, Kody Chamberland scored four goals and assisted on another as Wisdom defeated East Grand of Danforth.

Kurtis Daigle added three goals and an assist for the 6-5-1 Pioneers. Rocky Chamberland scored twice. Chris Ouellette had a goal and an assist and Ryan Blanchette added a goal. Kurtis Collins saved three of five shots.

Abe Brittain scored an unas-sisted goal in the second half for the 0-12 Vikings. East Grand goalies combined for 15 saves on 35 shots.

Ashland 6, Van Buren 0

At Van Buren, Jeremy Tarr and Tony Baker scored two goals apiece as Ashland shut out Van Buren.

Kenny Tarr and Lucas Haf-ford also scored for the 8-5 Hor-nets. Tyler Condon recorded two assists. Bobby Gardner saved three of four shots.

Jordan Banks turned away nine of 16 shots for 1-10-1 Van Buren.

So. Aroostook 7, Hodgdon 0

At Dyer Brook, Tyler Robinson and Dylan Willette scored two goals apiece to lift Southern Aroostook over Hodgdon.

Gary Sutherland, Phil Harris and Dave Dubois scored for the 7-4-1 Warriors. Dakota Sleeper provided three assists and Ste-phen Grant had two assists. Dillon Boulier stopped four of five shots.

Eric Ryan recorded eight saves on 25 shots for 3-9 Hodgdon.

Calais 6, Jonesport-Beals 1

At Calais, Josh Gillespie scored two goals and assisted on another as Calais beat Jonesport-Beals.

Fabrizio Soberanis, Jeff Johnston, Adam Geel and Dy-lan Ramsdell scored for 9-3-1 Calais. Jeremy Beers assisted on Ramsdell’s goal. Jordan Leeman saved 13 of 14 shots.

Matt Alley scored an unassisted goal in the second half for 0-14 Jonesport-Beals. Codie Thistlewood made 12 saves on 18 shots.

Shead 2, Woodland 1

At Eastport, Tommy Pottle scored the winner 24:37 into the second half just inside the upper right corner to lead Shead to victory over Woodland.

Pottle also scored the first goal on a penalty kick in the first half for 5-5 Shead. Tyler Mitchell saved 12 of 13 shots.

Brad Arthurs scored an un-assisted goal in the second half to tie it at 1-1. Todd Wormell stopped nine of 17 shots for 7-4-1 Woodland.

Ellsworth 3, John Bapst 0

At Bangor, Andrew Austin scored just 50 seconds into the game off a Patrick Kelley assist to lead Ellsworth past John Bapst.

Matt Duhaime added a second-half goal with an assist from Garrett Kaspala. Zach Emeigh added an unassisted goal. Jordan Carter saved three of six shots for 10-1-1 Ellsworth.

Casey Hull and Mike Keim combined for 11 saves on 14 shots for 5-2 John Bapst.

Medomak 2, Oak Hill 1

At Waldoboro, Zach Genthner scored the winner off a Joaquin Perez assist with 2:38 left in the second half to lift Medomak Valley over Oak Hill of Sabattus.

Brian Sweeney tied it on a penalty kick with 19:25 remain-ing in regulation for the 10-2 Panthers. Caleb Thompson saved three of five shots.

Adam Soucy gave the 6-4-2 Raiders the lead on a penalty kick with 3:01 left in the first. Glenn Allen turned away seven of 15 shots.

JV: Medomak 3-1

MDI 3, Caribou 2

At Caribou, Dennis O’Neil broke up a 1-1 tie after halftime with two second-half goals to lead Mount Desert Island of Bar Harbor to victory over Caribou.

Abe Gladstone scored in the first half for 6-5-1 MDI. Iz Ward stopped six of 10 shots.

Seth Sager scored in the first off an Ethan McDuffie assist for 7-3-2 Caribou. Nate Rossignol had an unassisted goal in the second. Eric Brown saved 10 of 17 shots.

JV: 0-0

Mt. Blue 1, Brewer 0

At Farmington, Zac Conologue scored off a Jamie Saywer assist in the second half to lead Mt. Blue past Brewer.

Jordan Schanck saved six of nine shots for Mt. Blue.

Brian Kearns made four saves on nine shots for the Witches.

JV: 1-1

Girls Soccer

Caribou 4, MDI 1

East Grand 5, Wisdom 0

Foxcroft 4, Central 1

Narraguagus 3, Shead 2

Searsport 3, George Stevens 2 (OT)

So. Aroostook 2, Hodgdon 2

Van Buren 1, Ashland 0

Woodland 2, Washington Acad. 2 (2OT)

Woodland 2, Washington Acad. 2

At Woodland, Taylor Coch-ran of Woodland and Washing-ton Academy’s Mara Looka-baugh didn’t allow a goal through two overtimes as the Dragons and Raiders tied.

Molly White scored two goals with the tying goal coming with 7:35 left in regulation. Hope Howard assisted White’s first goal. Cochran turned away 12 of 25 shots for the 6-3-2 Dragons.

Jana Espling and Andi Flan-nery scored for 9-1-1 Washing-ton Academy of East Machias. Lookabaugh saved nine of 22 shots.

Narraguagus 3, Shead 2

At Harrington, Samantha Baker had a goal and an assist as Narraguagus held onto a 3-1 lead to defeat Shead of Eastport.

Kayla Collora and Kelsey Radley also scored for 2-8-1 Narraguagus. Beth Rofe saved five of 10 shots.

Cassie Barnes and Robyn Stuart scored for 3-8 Shead. Gabryelle Jackson assisted Stuart’s goal. Cassandra Stan-hope turned away seven of 10 shots.

Searsport 3, GSA 2 (OT)

At Searsport, Kali Berenyi scored all three goals including the winner with 50 seconds left in overtime to lead Searsport past George Stevens Academy of Blue Hill.

All of Berenyi’s goals were unassisted. Sara Bradshaw saved 23 of 31 shots for 9-1-1 Searsport.

Roz Brokaw and Coral O’Brien scored for 9-2-1 George Stevens. Dorian Curtin assisted O’Brien’s goal. Hannah Van der Eb turned away 15 of 24 shots.

So. Aroostook 3, Hodgdon 2

At Dyer Brook, Janel Rock-well broke the 2-2 tie with a goal with about 10 minutes left in regulation to lead Southern Aroostook past Hodgdon.

Liz Goodall and Rochelle Nadeau scored first-half goals for the 11-1-1 Warriors. Brittany Charette provided an assist. Emily Cummings and Mallory Lawlor combined for one save on five shots.

Dana Tidd and Chelsea Sloat scored for 5-5-1 Hodgdon. Kar-riann Estabrook assisted Sloat’s goal. Taylor Hovey turned away five of 19 shots.

Foxcroft 4, Central 1

At Corinth, Ali Adkins scored two first-half goals to lead Foxcroft Academy past Central.

Lauren Kousaie had a first half goal and Shee-Ann Ser-geant scored a second-half goal for 5-5-1 Foxcroft. Sarah Whit-temore saved 11 of 14 shots.

Hannah Pray scored an un-assisted goal in the second for 2-11 Central. Shari Shina turned away eight of 12 shots.

Van Buren 1, Ashland 0

At Van Buren, Jennifer Ouellette scored on a direct kick with 10:29 left in the first half to lead Van Buren past Ashland.

Freshman Ashlie Wilson saved all 17 shots for the 8-4 Crusaders.

Taylor Baker made nine saves on 10 shots for 9-2-1 Ash-land.

East Grand 5, Wisdom 0

At St. Agatha, Tishena Roy and Kelsey Daoust each had two goals and an assist to lead East Grand of Danforth past Wisdom.

Shawna Beaudoin scored an unassisted goal for 2-9 East Grand. Courtney Lloyd saved nine of 17 shots.

Suzie Collins made eight saves on 16 shots for 0-12 Wis-dom.

Field Hockey

Dexter 3, Foxcroft 0

John Bapst 1, Orono 0

Mount View 4, Lincoln Acad. 0

Dexter 3, Foxcroft 0

At Dexter, Dexter scored three first-half goals as the Ti-gers shut out Foxcroft Academy.

Jess Mason scored two goals to lead the 12-0 Tigers. Olivia Gardner also scored. Cally Mountain, Claire Wyman and Criss Mountain recorded assists. Junior Sam Conway stopped four of five shots to earn her sixth shutout.

Cassie Curtis and Lexi Turner-Bragan combined to save seven of 11 shots for 10-3 Foxcroft Academy.

JV: 1-1

Mount View 4, Lincoln Acad. 0

At Thorndike, Alonia Hor-ton, Allison Tsomides and Cas-sandra St. Clair each had a goal and an assist to lead Mount View past Lincoln Academy of Newcastle.

Makayla Dyke also scored for the Mustangs and Sunny Bantle provided an assist. Juni Garvin didn’t face a shot.

Erin Dodge stopped 15 of 19 shots for Lincoln Academy.

JV: Mount View 1-0 (7v7)

John Bapst 1, Orono 0

At Bangor, Emily Tilton scored the winner off a Shan-non O’Connor assist with 11:59 left in the second half to lead John Bapst past Orono.

Megan Smith saved four of six shots for the 5-6-1 Crusad-ers.

Amber Saucier stopped five of eight shots for 4-9 Orono.

JV: Orono 3-1


At Calais

Calais (8-5) def. Jonesport-Beals (8-5), 25-16, 25-17, 25-16

Calais: Laura Marshall 13 assists, 9 digs; Nicole Osborne 5 aces, 7 kills, 7 digs, 3 blocks; Rebecca Blake 3 aces, 5 kills; Rachel Ford 4 aces, 4 kills, 4 digs; Shannon Brown 5 kills, 3 digs

Jonesport-Beals: Jessica MacLean 8-9 serving, 2 aces, 2 assists, 4 digs; BreAnna Beal 2 kills, 6 digs; Morgan MacLean 6-7 serving, 3 assists, 5 digs

JV: Calais 22-25, 25-20, 15-12

At Lubec

Lubec (6-5) def. Machias (0-12), 25-18, 25-20, 25-22

Lubec: Samantha Denbow 9-9 serving, 3 aces, 6 assists; Shelby Searles 3 aces, 9 kills; Amanda Huntley 2 aces, 2 kills, 1 block; Megan Huntley 11 aces, 1 kill, 3 assists

Machias: Holly Kocincki 8-8 serving; Jordan Ranke 3 digs

At Woodland

Woodland (7-5) def. Bucksport (3-8), 25-20, 25-17, 25-15

Woodland: Ariel Knights 7 kills, 7 digs; Crystal Annis 10 assists; Shelby Bassett 7 aces, 7 kills, 6 digs; Tammara Croman 6 kills; Lindsay Roberts 11 digs

Bucksport: Chelsea Porter 9-10 serving, 3 digs; Sarah Grindle 16-16 serving, 3 aces; Kelsey San Angelo 5-5 serving, 1 ace, 2 digs

JV: Woodland 25-16, 25-22

At East Machias

MDI (12-0) def. Washington Academy (11-1), 25-15, 25-23, 25-23

MDI: Alyson Yau 7 assists, 2 aces; Hannah Adlemann 2 kills, 2 aces, 7 digs; Whitney Walls 8 aces, 7 digs

Washington Acad.: Taylor Seeley 8 kills, 4 blocks; Taylor Davis 6 digs, 2 aces, 4 kills; Shannon Parker 5 digs, 1 ace, 5 assists

JV: MDI 2-0

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