September 25, Scores and Highlights

Posted Sept. 26, 2009, at 12:21 a.m.

HIGH SCHOOL
FOOTBALL

Bangor 13, Messalonskee 12
Biddeford 29, Scarborough 7
Brunswick 19, Lewiston 18
Bucksport 39, Rockland 8
Cape Elizabeth 28, Falmouth 0
Cony 33, Edward Little 16
Dexter 55, Old Town 23
Dirigo 34, Jay 12
Foxcroft 70, Orono 6
Gardiner 29, MDI 22
Gorham 34, Westbrook 24
Greely 17, Lake Region 0
Hampden 71, Belfast 8
John Bapst 28, Mattanawcook 8
Kennebunk 14, Marshwood 13
Lawrence 41, Mt. Blue 8
Leavitt 75, Nokomis 0
Livermore Falls 58, Winthrop 14
Maranacook 42, Boothbay 20
MCI 36, Mount View 35
Mountain Valley 41, Poland 0
Oak Hill 42, Madison 0
Old Orchard 39, Traip 12
Oxford Hills 28, Mt. Ararat 7
Portland 28, Cheverus 0
Skowhegan 42, Brewer 6
South Portland 48, Bonny Eagle 45
Stearns 38, Calais-Woodland 16
Windham 35, Deering 19
Yarmouth 56, Sacopee Valley 0
York 52, Gray-New Gloucester 22

BOYS SOCCER
Machias 3, Woodland 0
Messalonskee 3, Brewer 1
Mount View 5, Leavitt 1
Shead 3, Calais 1
So. Aroostook 6, Katahdin 0

GIRLS SOCCER
Bangor 6, Hampden 2
John Bapst 3, Bucksport 1
Leavitt 4, Mount View 0
So. Aroostook 1, Katahdin 0

FIELD HOCKEY
Foxcroft 3, Orono 0
Hermon 5, Piscataquis 0

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COLLEGE
MEN’S SOCCER

Husson 1, Thomas 1 (2OT)

WOMEN’S SOCCER
Lesley 3, Thomas 0

WOMEN’S ICE HOCKEY
Maine 9, Sacred Heart 0

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HIGH SCHOOL
BOYS SOCCER
So. Aroostook 6, Katahdin 0

At Dyer Brook, Patrick Goodall scored two goals and had an assist as Southern Aroostook shut out Katahdin of Stacyville.
David Dubois had a goal and two assists for the 8-2 Warriors. Dakota Sleeper, Nick Tarr and Anthony Diaferio also scored. Jake Lassonde and Cody Robinson provided assists. Jesse Boulier saved one of two shots.
Jesse McNally turned away 16 of 24 shots for 2-5 Katahdin.

Messalonskee 3, Brewer 1
At Brewer, Beksultan Ibraimav scored a goal and assisted another as Messalonskee of Oakland beat Brewer.
Kegan McPherson and Nate Snow also scored for 4-3 Messalonskee. Jacob Erskine and Cameron Douglass provided assists. Andrew Wilson saved 10 of 11 shots.
Ryan Adams scored an unassisted goal in the second half for the 2-2-1 Witches. Evan Nadeau turned away 10 of 20 shots.

Machias 3, Woodland 0
At Woodland, Matt Little scored 7:06 into the first half off a Tyler Prout assist to help lead Machias past Woodland.
Ty Richards and Jacob Dahl added unassisted goals in the second half for the 6-2 Bulldogs. Justin Weaver made five saves on seven shots.
Ryan Lincoln stopped 37 of 42 shots for the 2-6 Dragons.

Shead 3, Calais 1
At Eastport, Caleb Ricker scored a goal in each half as Shead beat Calais.
John Garnett scored in the first half off a Nick Barnes assist for the 3-4 Tigers. Jacob Nicholas provided an assist. Nick Vinson saved five of eight shots.
Clay Greene scored in the second half for 2-4 Calais. Josh Gillespie made 11 saves on 21 shots.

Mount View 5, Leavitt 1
At Turner, Dylan Keller scored nine seconds into the game off an Eike Dominiak assist to lead Mount View of Thorndike past Leavitt.
Justin Pierel scored two goals for the Mustangs. Ben Fox and Zach Babin also scored. Keller provided two assists and Zoli Kertesz had an assist. Nick Knight saved four of five shots.
Korey Mulherin scored an unassisted goal for Leavitt. Cooper Legee turned away 12 of 20 shots.
JV: Mount View 6-0

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Girls soccer
So. Aroostook 1, Katahdin 0

At Dyer Brook, Janel Rockwell scored an unassisted goal on an outside shot to the back corner of the goal with 21:47 left in regulation to lead Southern Aroostook past Katahdin of Stacyville.
Emily Cummings saved two of three shots for the 11-0 Warriors.
Michayla Patterson made 13 saves on 15 shots for 1-6 Katahdin.

John Bapst 3, Bucksport 1
At Bucksport, Amber Estes scored all three goals to lead John Bapst of Bangor to victory over Bucksport.
Sierra Pierce, Jordan Myerowitz and Brittany Williams provided assists for the 6-3 Crusaders. Mandy Sawyer saved seven of 10 shots.
Mindy Pye scored off an Andie Lawford assist for 0-5-1 Bucksport. Carrie Daigle made nine saves on 12 shots.

Leavitt 4, Mount View 0
At Thorndike, four players scored first-half goals as Leavitt shut out Mount View.
Shannon Clark, Bri Hammond, Jenna Cote and Sydney Nadeau scored goals for Leavitt. Danielle DuBois had five saves on 23 shots.
Rachael Andrews turned away 20 of 48 shots for Mount View.

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Field hockey
Hermon 5, Piscataquis 0

At Hermon, Lauren Tara scored three goals to lead the Hermon Hawks past Piscataquis of Guilford.
Mary Ricker had a goal and an assist for the 2-7 Hawks. Taylor Buck scored the other goal while Victoria Davenport, Debbie Colpitts and Jess Devou each had an assist. Jaime Roy faced no shots.
Brianna Tweedie saved nine of 14 shots for the 0-9 Pirates.

Foxcroft 3, Orono 0
At Orono, Mariah Arno scored a pair of goals and Sabrina Sharrow notched the other as Foxcroft Academy improved to 5-3.
Cassie Curtis made three saves for the winners.
Amber Saucier and Mandy Spencer combined for 11 saves for 4-5 Orono.
JV: 0-0

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Football
Gardiner 29, MDI 22

At Bar Harbor, Alonzo Connor rushed 18 times for 205 yards and scored two touchdowns as Gardiner held on to defeat Mount Desert Island.
Gardiner had just six plays in the second half, but held MDI to only two touchdowns.
Forrest Chadwick scored on a 30-yard run in the first quarter for the Tigers. Dustin Eldrose had a 2-yard scoring run in the second quarter.
Matt Hinckley had 185 yards on 16 carries and two second-half touchdowns to pace the Trojans. Duncan Smith scored on a 50-yard run in the first.
Derek Colbeth ran 13 times for 100 yards for MDI.
MDI totaled 452 yards while Gardiner had 293 yards.
Gardiner (3-1)    14    15    0    0 — 29
MDI (2-2)    7    0    7    8 — 22
G — Connor 1 run (Harding kick)
MDI — Smith 50 run (Prior kick)
G — Chadwick 30 run (Harding kick)
G — Eldrose 4 run (Harding kick)
G — Connor 2 run (Cook pass from Ryan)
MDI — Hinckley 1 run (Prior kick)
MDI — Hinckley 2 run (Colbeth pass from Smith)

Bucksport 39, Rockland 8
At Bucksport, Vinny Tymoczko rushed for 210 yards and two touchdowns on 20 carries to help lead Bucksport.
Alex Giosia and Brandon Flegel also scored a pair of touchdowns apiece.
Tymoczko opened the scoring with a 19-yard run in the first quarter and Giosia extended the lead to 13-0 with a 1-yard run later in the quarter.
Flegel caught an 8-yard TD pass from Mike Cummings in the second quarter as Bucksport took a 20-0 lead into the intermission.
Tymoczko’s 29-yard scamper and Giosia’s 11-yard dash in the third quarter made it 33-0 before Flegel returned an interception 60 yards for a fourth-quarter TD.
Rockland’s Jake Ortiz capped the scoring with a 48-yard run.
Giosia gained 42 yards on eight carries and Cummings completed 8-of-13 passes for 110 yards, including his TD toss to Flegel. Flegel caught three passes for 40 yards.
Ortiz carried 20 times for 144 yards for the Tigers.

>Rockland (1-3)    0    0    0    8 — 8
Bucksport (1-3)    13    7    13    6 — 39
B — Tymoczko 19 run (kick failed)
B —Giosia 1 run (Smith kick)
B —Flegel 8 pass from McGreevey (Smith kick)
B — Tymoczko 29 run (Smith kick)
B — Giosia 11 run (kick failed)
B — Flegel 60 interception return (kick failed)
R — Ortiz 48 run (Harrison pass rom S. Meklin)

Foxcroft 70, Orono 6
At Orono, Chase Hutchinson returned the opening kickoff 85 yards for a touchdown and the Ponies cruised from there.
Ryan Stroud passed for 99 yards and two touchdowns while running for another. Robert Harmon caught a 78-yard TD pass while Hutchinson hauled in a 2-yarder.
Ian Champeon added 77 yards rushing and a TD and a 30-yard interception return for a score while Harmon scored on a 17-yard run and 84-yard kickoff return. Dylan Andrews and Jerrod Boone added rushing TDs.
Brandon Higgins scored on a 2-yard run for Orono. Jake McAlinden led the offense with 81 yards rushing while Dominic Mowrer had 73 and Higgins 45.
Foxcroft (4-0)    20    21    21    8 — 70
Orono (1-3)    0    0    6    0 — 6
FA — Hutchinson 85 kickoff return (Richards kick)
FA — Champeon 30 interception return (kick failed)
FA — Stroud 2 pass to Hutchinson (Richards kick)
FA — Champeon 57 run (Richards kick)
FA — Stroud 8 run (Richards kick)
FA — Andrews 5 run (Richards kick)
FA — Harmon 17 run (Richards kick)
O — Higgins 2 run (rush failed)
FA — Harmon 84 kickoff return (Richards kick)
FA — Boone 5 run (Andrews rush)

Stearns 38, Calais 16
At Millinocket, junior Jared McGreevey completed 11 of 14 passes for 140 yards and three touchdowns as Stearns beat Calais-Woodland.
McGreevey threw a 23-yard TD pass to Josh MaDonald in the second quarter and gave the Minutemen the lead for goodwith a 20-yard strike to Brandon McLaughlin later in the first half.
That made it 18-16.
Kevin Ross had opened the scoring for Calais-Woodland with a 1-yard run and, after Billy Eurich answered with a 3-yard run and MacDonald hauled in McGreevey’s pass to give Stearns a 12-8 lead, Ross ran 14 yards for a touchdown and added his second conversion dash.
Ethan Michaud’s 2-yard run expanded the lead to 24-16 in the third quarter and McGreevey tossed a 27-yard TD pass to Caleb Wallace later in the quarter.
Michaud capped the scoring with a five-yard run in the fourth quarter.
Eurich carried 14 times for 94 yards and Charlie Tapley’s 22 tackles, including four for losses, and MacDonald’s two interceptions paced a Stearns defense that limited Calais-Woodland to 120 yards of offense.
Ross gained 83 yards on 25 carries.   
Calais (1-3)    8    8    0    0 — 16
Stearns (3-1)    6    12    12    8 — 38
C — Ross 1 run (Ross rush)
S — Eurich 3 run (rush failed)
S — MacDonald 23 pass from McGreevey (rush failed)
C — Ross 14 run (rush failed)
S — McLaughlin 20 pass from McGreevey (pass failed)
S — Michaud 2 run (kick failed)
S — Wallace 27 pass from McGreevey (pass failed)
S — Michaud 5 run (Wallace pass from McGreevey) 

Skowhegan 42, Brewer 6
At Skowhegan, Taylor Bradley scored two touchdowns and rushed for 161 yards on 17 carries as Skowhegan beat Brewer.
Duston Corson rushed 14 times for 94 yards and scored a touchdown for the Indians. Brandon Corson added a score in the four-touchdown second quarter.
Jordan McGowan completed three of four passes, two for touchdowns. He had 120 yards passing and had scoring passes to James McArthur and Devin Withee.
Jaime Williamson had 87 yards on 15 carries to lead the Witches. Brandon Briggs completed a 52-yard pass to Williamson in the third quarter to score Brewer’s only touchdown.
Brewer (1-3)    0    0    6    0 — 6
Skowhegan (1-3)    0    26    8    8 — 42
S — MacArthur 14 pass from McGowan (rush failed)
S — D. Corson 10 run (rush failed)
S —B. Corson 3 run (MacArthur pass from McGowan)
S — Withee 87 pass from McGowan (pass failed)
S — Bradley 1 run (D. Corson rush)
B — Williamson 52 pass from Briggs (rush failed)
S — Bradley 18 run (B. Corson rush)

Leavitt 75, Nokomis 0
At Turner, Eric Theiss completed 5-of-9 passes for 115 yards and three touchdowns while rushing for 77 more yards and another TD as Leavitt cruised past Nokomis of Newport.
Tyson Nichols piled up 153 yards rushing and two TDs for the Hornets, who led 61-0 at halftime and held Nokomis to 59 total yards and one first down while compiling 499 themselves.
Derek Amoroso was 4-for-8 passing for 25 yards and two interceptions for Nokomis.
Nokomis (0-4)    0    0    0    0 — 0
Leavitt (4-0)    20    41    14    0 — 75
L — Witham 12 pass from Theiss (kick failed)
L — Hersom 53 pass from Theiss (Urquhart kick)
L — Theiss 12 run (Urquhart kick)
L — Witham 18 pass from Theiss (Urquhart kick)
L — Letourneau 3 run (Urquhart kick)
L — Nichols 80 run (Urquhart kick)
L — Letourneau 30 interception return (Urquhart kick)
L — Fisher 5 run (Urquhart kick)
L — Frost 39 punt return (kick failed)
L — Wright 2 run (Griffin pass from Moore)
L — Nichols 68 run (pass failed)

MCI 36, Mount View 35
At Pittsfield, Shawn Bennett completed a 26-yard pass to Tyler Hunt and Bennett connected with Hunt again on the two-point conversion with seven minutes remaining in regulation to lead Maine Central Institute past Mount View of Thorndike.
There were four turnovers, two by each team, in the final six minutes, but no points came off of them.
Bennett was a part of all five touchdowns for the Huskies. On the ground he totaled 225 yards on 21 carries and three touchdowns. He was 3-for-12 through the air for 63 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions.
Hunt caught two passes, both for touchdowns.
Tyler Rednour led the Mustangs with 22 carries for 140 yards and three touchdowns. He also had two receptions for 65 yards. Aaron Santana was 4-for-13 for 98 yards, a touchdown pass to Rednour and two interceptions.
Jason Hughes scored the Mount View’s first touchdown in the fourth on a 35-yard run.
Mount View (2-2)    7    7    8    13 — 35
MCI (4-0)    7    14    7    8 — 36
MCI — Hunt 30 pass from Bennett (Hapworth kick)
MV — Rednout 50 run (Bennett kick)
MCI — Bennett 2 run (Hapworth kick)
MCI — Bennett 2 run (Hapworth kick)
MV — Rednour 50 pass from Santana (Bennett kick)
MV — Rednour 1 run (Rednour rush)
MCI — Be

nnett 68 run (Hapworth kick)
MV — Hughes 35 run (Bennett kick)
MV — Rednour 1 run (rush failed)
MCI — Hunt 26 pass from Bennett (Hunt pass from Bennett)

Hampden 71, Belfast 8
At Hampden, the host Broncos raced out to a 54-0 lead at halftime and never looked back.
Michael Jenkins scored Hampden’s first four TDs on runs of 3, 1, 5 and 8 yards while Cody Miller hauled in a 30-yard TD pass from Jon Haws.
Ryan Blake, Dylan Porter and Logan Stewart added touchdown scampers for the Broncs while Nick Stevens returned a fumble 20 yards for a touchdown.
Belfast (0-4)    0    0    0    8 — 8
Hampden (3-1)    21    33    7    10 — 71

Dexter 55, Old Town 23
At Old Town, Doug Richardson carried the ball 22 times for 160 yards and two touchdowns to help the Dexter Tigers pull away in the second half.
Mike Rosetti had 127 yards and one touchdown on seven carries and Tim Gustin had three TD’s and 75 yards on nine carries for the Tigers.
Rosetti, Zac Poirier and Alex Harvey each made six solo tackles while Mike Ellis had one sack and was in on six tackles.
Dexter (1-3)    6    15    14    20 — 55
Old Town (0-4)    7    0    8    8 — 23

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COLLEGE
WOMEN’S SOCCER
Lesley 3, UM-Farmington 0

At Farmington, Jodi Fralick scored two first-half goals while Jenna Fralick netted a goal plus an assist as Lesley University defeated UMaine-Farmington.
Miranda Matson came up with four saves on eight shots for 5-2-1 Lesley.
McKell Barnes stopped 12 of 22 shots for the 2-5 Beavers.

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ICE HOCKEY
Maine 9, Sacred Heart 0

At Orono, Jennie Gallo scored three goals to lead the Black Bears’ shutout of Sacred Heart University of Fairfield, Conn., in their mutual opener.
The two teams play again today at 2 p.m.
Myriam Croussette, Jordan Colliton, Brianne Kligour, Ashley Norum, Amy Stech and Jenna Ouellette tallied the other Black Bear goals.
Four of Maine’s goals came in a flurry in the final 2½ minutes of the second period.
Ouellette and Taryn Peacock each posted a pair of assists, and Crousette and Norum also had assists. Candice Currier stopped all 16 shots she faced.
Raelene Sydor made 40 saves on 49 shots for the Pioneers.

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GOLF
LOCAL
At Island Green GC, Holden
Friday Stableford

Bob Eckenroad, Jeff Birch +9; Tom Barr, Travis Curtis +5; Ben Birch, Bill Curtis –7; high stableford: Jeff Birch +9

At Penobscot Valley CC, Orono
PPMD Tournament

Gross: Dave Douglass, Jeff Leadbetter, Allan Miller, Scott Leadbetter 62; Jay Palmer, Derek H., Jamie Brooker, Allan McCulley 65; Tom Brown, Nate Martell, Dan Lay, Thad Zmistowski 66; net: Matt Walsh, Deb White, Renee Ouellette, Jay Fortier 40.25; Charlie Legasse, Jim St. peter, Allan Boynton, Darvin Mattila 48; Joni Averill, Tonya Pickering, Bridget Cayer, Heidi Barnes 49; pins: No. 4 Allan Miller 6-4, No. 6 Allan Miller 17-3, No. 14 Jack May 14-0, No. 16 John Franck 0-2; straight drive: Peter Beatham; long drive: Jay Palmer

HOLE-IN-ONE
Kirt Dewitt

CHARLESTON — Levant’s Kirt Dewitt shot a hole-in-one on the 136-yard second hole at Whitetail Golf Course Friday with a sand wedge. His ace was witnessed by Kevin Gallant and Bill Fernandez.

Don Burhham
HANCOCK — Don Burnham of Sullivan aced the 127-yard third hole at White Birches Golf Course on Tuesday with a 5-iron. His shot was witnessed by Bob Jackson of Lamoine, John Moore of Ellsworth and Will Rainey of Ellsworth.

Jack Eisentrager
BELGRADE — Jack Eisentrager shot a hole-in-one on the 174-yard eighth hole at Belgrade Golf Course with a 6-iron. The shot was seen by Dan Veilleux, Reggie Simpson and Mike Fortin.

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HIGH SCHOOL
At Palmyra GC, par 36
Hampden (5-5) 179, Nokomis (3-7) 182

Hampden: Robbie Aurie 40, Matt Mayo 41, Connor Perry 50, Mike Skarka 51, Erik Lee 48, Caleb Nelson 53
Nokomis: Mike White 46, Sebastian Leeman 53, Justin Amoroso 42, Ethan Pearl 43, Ben Taylor 51, Damian Donaldson 54
Medalist: Aurie (HA) 40

At J.W. Parks GC, Pittsfield, par 35
Maine Central Institute (4-5) 192, Maranacook (5-4) 194
MCI 5, Maranacook 4

MCI: C.J. Kersbergen 45, Frank Shi 43, Kael McCarthy 56, Boyong Du 69, Colby Bradshaw 48, Julian Bither 56
Maranacook: Tyler Whitman 44, Jack Kennedy 50, Chris Pelletier 52, Tucker Whitman 53, Seth Miller 48, Tanner Webb 56
Medalist: Frank Shi (MCI) 43

At Rocky Knoll CC, Orrington, par 36
Brewer (9-1) 162, Bangor (7-3) 169
Brewer 7.5, Bangor 1.5

Brewer: Jeremy White 39, Joey Bartol 42, Kyle Alexander 42, Matt Morrow 49, Eric White 41, Tyler White 40
Bangor: Cam Roy 41, Ross Cormier 44, Dakota Williams 42, Thomas Murray 42, Chris Howat 47, Will Johnson 45
Medalist: White (Brewer) 39

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VOLLEYBALL
HIGH SCHOOL
At Woodland
Woodland (6-2) def. Machias (0-6) 25-9, 25-18, 25-16

Woodland: Ariel Knights 15-15 serving, 4 aces, 11 kills, 9 digs; Crystal Annis 11-11 serving, 18 assists, 6 digs; Shelby Bassett 6 aces, 10 kills, 8 digs; Tammara Croman 15-16 serving, 7 aces
Machias: Jordan Ranke 7-8 serving, 4 aces, 3 digs; Kate Richardson 9-10 serving, 3 digs; Cady Rolfe 6-8 serving, 5 aces, 3 kills

COLLEGE
Bates (6-2) def. Maine Maritime (8-2)  25-15, 25-4, 25-15

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CROSS COUNTRY
COLLEGE
At Orono
Maine women 25, New Hampshire 30

Maine finishers: 1. Corey Conner 17:35, 2. Jordan Daniel 18:03, 5. Vanessa Letourneau 18:38, 7. Allison Conner 18:48, 10. Brenna Walsh 19:00, 11. Cynthia Hunter 19:12, 12. Sabrina Petri 19:18, 13. Hilary Maxim 19:20, 14. Jennifer Lucy 19:27, 15. Whitney Chamberlain 19:30, 21. Hope Hopkins 20:34, 22. Erica Normandeau 20:40, 25. Kimberly Downing 20:44, 26. Marybeth Kelson 20:45, Krislyn Hyatt 21:48, 29. Emily Atwood 24:03
Maine men 27, New Hampshire 29
Maine finishers: 1. Miles Bartlett 25:42, 3. Corey Bean 26:22, 5. Spencer McElwain 26:33, 7. Marc Halverson 26:43, 11. Taylor Phillips 27:06, 12. Joseph LaMonte 27:20

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HARNESS RACING
FARMINGTON FAIR
Friday’s results
First, Pace, $2,000

One Nation, J. Mosher, 2.80-2.40-2.20
Western ID, S. Gray, 3.40-2.60
General Nelson, S. Mahar, 4.20
T-1:59.1; Qu.  3-4, $6.00; Ex.  3-4, $8.40; Tri.  3-4-2, $48.00
Second, Pace, $10,229
Pembroke Whittney, H. Campbell, Barred
Computer Art, W. Campbell, Unavailable
Ms Neutralize, G. Mosher, 13.60-4.40
Native Power, G. Hall, 3.20
T-1:59.3; Qu.  1-3, $37.20; Ex.  1-3, $40.20; Tri.  1-3-4, $143.00; Daily Double 3-1, $6.40
Third, Trot, $2,200
Badlands Pride, G. Mosher, 7.60-3.20-2.60
Wolf’s Milan, D. Gray, 7.00-8.80
Trafalgar Square, K. Ireland, 3.20
T-2:04.2; Qu.  4-5, $16.80; Ex.  5-4, $34.20; Tri.  5-4-3, $82.40
Fourth, Pace, $2,800
Take The Risk, S. Gray, 3.40-3.00-2.60
Memphis Seelster, C. Cushing, 7.80-3.20
Badlands Pride, G. Mosher, 2.60
T-1:57.4; Qu.  1-4, $7.60; Ex.  4-1, 42,80; Tri.  4-1-5, $55.00
Fifth, Trot, $2,200

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CC Sable, H. Campbell, 17.60-5.00-3.20
Cor’s Hot Flash, W. Campbell, 8.20-2.40
Omega Angel, S. Mahar, 2.20
T-2:04.4; Qu.  1-7, $43.20; Ex.  7-1, $194.80; Tri.  7-1-5, $345.40
Sixth, Pace, $10,229
The Salem Witch, S. Mahar, 2.80-2.20-2.20
Isn’t She Lovely, H. Campbell, 2.40-2.60
No Peeking, W. Campbell, Barred
Alibies and Lies, R. Bartlett Jr.
T-2:00; Qu.  3-5, $3.20; Ex.  3-5, $4.00; Tri.  3-5-1, $21.21; Daily Double 7-3, $102.80
Seventh, Pace, $3,000
Mondo Hanover, H. Campbell, 3.00-3.80-3.20
Motu Elite Hanover, S. Gray, 3.00-3.40-3.40
NF Sinfull, K. Switzer Jr., 3.80
T-1:59.3; Qu.  2-4, $7.20; Ex.  4-2, $5.80; 2-4, $5.80; Tri.  2-4-5, $37.60; 4-2-5, $35.00
Eighth, Pace, $3,500
Off Keel, W. Campbell, 4.80-4.60-2.80
Buster Blue Chip, H. Campbell, 8.60-3.00
Mighty Thunder, G. Mosher, 3.40
T-1:56.4; Qu.  4-5, $10.80; Ex.  5-4, $30.20; Tri.  5-4-1, $113.60
Ninth, Pace, $2,200
Julie’s Tempo, S. Gray, 33.80-10.20-3.60
Eternal Triumph, D. Richards, 3.00-2.60
Cocktails At Five, R. Gray, 6.80
T-2:02.2; Qu.  2-4, $28.40; Ex.  2-4, $64.80; Tri.  2-4-1, $2,465.60; Late Double 5-A, $3.60; A-2, $13.60; Total Handle – $25,991

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