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October 2, Scores and Highlights

Bangor Daily News


Bangor 44, Mt. Blue 26
Belfast 55, Nokomis 30
Bonny Eagle 54, Massabesic 20
Brunswick 41, Cony 27
Cape Elizabeth 39, Gray-New Gloucester 0
Gorham 52, Scarborough 14
Jay 42, Madison 0
John Bapst 33, MCI 14
Lawrence 39, Skowhegan 6
Leavitt 52, Waterville 14
Lewiston 34, Mt. Ararat 3
Livermore Falls 55, Traip Academy 14
Messalonskee 37, Brewer 8
Morse 21, Hampden 14
Mountain Valley 41, Fryeburg 0
Portland 35, Biddeford 14
Sanford 22, Westbrook 16
South Portland 36, Noble 0
Stearns 50, Orono 8
Thornton Academy 30, Deering 0
Wells 26, Falmouth 20
Winthrop 12, Maranacook 8
Yarmouth 48, Lisbon 26
York 25, Greely 0

Ashland 3, Cen. Aroostook 2
Bangor 3, Mt. Blue 0
Machias 1, Narraguagus 0

Ashland 3, Cen. Aroostook 1
Bangor 0, Mt. Blue 0 (2OT)
Bucksport 8, Mattanawcook 1
DI-Stonington 1, Bangor Chr. 0
MCI 3, Camden Hills 2
Orono 6, Penquis 0
Winslow 3, Medomak 0
Saturday’s Postponements
Lincoln Acad. at Mount View, Monday, 3:30 p.m.

Camden Hills 9, Lincoln Acad. 0
Foxcroft Acad. 5, Hermon 3


Husson 1, Maine Maritime 0

UM-Farmington at Saint Joseph’s, Oct. 5, 4 p.m.

Providence 4, Maine 0

Morse 21, Hampden Acad. 14

At Hampden, Pat Wolfe rushed for 160 yards and three touchdowns on 27 carries as Morse of Bath prevailed.
Wolfe scored on runs of 15, 1 and the game-winning score of 21 yards with 1:25 left in the game.
Wolfe’s final touchdown capped a seven-play, 49-yard drive after Hampden tried an onside kick just after tying the game on a 31-yard pass from Jon Haws to Nolan Turner with 4:40 to play.
Fullback Tyler Russell added 56 yards on 10 carries as Morse rushed for 262 yards on 48 car-ries while limiting Hampden to 95 rushing yards on 33 tries.
Morse never trailed in the contest in earning its fourth consecutive victory since a season-opening overtime loss to Waterville.
Wolfe’s first score, with 7:45 left in the first half, capped off a 97-yard march that was ex-tended when Turner muffed a punt and Morse’s Garrett Madden recovered at the Hampden 18.
Hampden tied the game by driving 71 yards in 12 plays after receiving the second-half kickoff.
A 34-yard catch-and-run by Turner off a pass from Jon Haws on third-and-20 from the Hamp-den 30 extended the drive, which ended with fullback Michael Jenkins powering in from the 1 with 7:46 left in the third quarter.
Hampden, 3-2 after having its three-game win streak ended, nearly took the lead later in the period, but a 63-yard punt return by Turner was nullified by an illegal fair-catch signal penalty against the Broncos.
Instead it was Morse that took a 14-7 lead with another long drive, an 11-play, 84-yard march was capped off by Wolfe’s 1-yard scoring run with 7:12 left in the fourth quarter.
But Hampden countered on its next possession, with Haws rolling to his left on fourth-and-21 from the Morse 21 before lofting a desperation pass toward the back of the end zone that Turner grabbed off the helmet of a Shipbuilders’ defender for the tying touchdown.
Haws completed 12 of 17 passes for 140 yards with one touchdown and one interception.
Turner had five receptions for 97 yards.

Stearns 50, Orono 8
At Millinocket, Jared McGreevey scored three touchdowns through the air and another on the ground to lead Stearns to victory over Orono.
McGreevey completed five of eight passes for 206 yards and three touchdowns. He also had five carries for 43 yards and a score.
Josh MacDonald had three catches for 124 yards, including a 51-yard scoring pass from McGreevey in the second quarter. Cody Herring and Brandon Bouchard also caught touchdown passes.
Ryan Hibbs scored on a 30-yard run in the fourth and Brandon McLaughlin returned an in-terception 35 yards for a score. Hibbs recorded 11 tackles, four for a loss, and a quarterback sack.
Bryce Mehnert connected with Taylor Kelley for an 18-yard touchdown pass for Orono. Mehnert was 5-for-11 for 60 yards and Kelley had three receptions for 44 yards.
Orono (1-4)    0    8    0    0 — 8
Stearns (4-1)    14    7    21    8 — 50
S — McGreevey 12 run (kick failed)
S — Eurich 17 run (Eurich rush)
S — MacDonald 51 pass from McGreevey (Bouchard kick)
O — Kelley 18 pass from Mehnert (McAlinden rush)
S — Herring 77 pass from McGreevey (Eurich rush)
S — Bouchard 5 pass from McGreevey (kick failed)
S — McLaughlin 35 interception return (Bouchard kick)
S — Hibbs 30 run (Girsa rush)

Belfast 55, Nokomis 30
At Belfast, Belfast scored 28 points in the third quarter to break open a two-point game at halftime and defeat Nokomis of Newport.
Derrick Bernosky rushed 223 yards on 18 carries and scored two touchdowns to pace the Li-ons. Bernosky also caught a Brad Reed 55-yard scoring pass in the third for a third touchdown.
Phil McFadden added 20 carries for 149 yards and three touchdowns. Reed had an 80-yard in-terception return for a score and Matt Sanderson scored on a 1-yard run in the fourth.
Nokomis was paced by Jacob Welch’s three touchdowns. He rushed 15 times for 112 yards. Derek Amoroso completed 13 of 25 passes for 156 yards. He had a 19-yard scoring pass to Cody Pelletier as time expired in the fourth.
Belfast totaled offensive 463 yards.
Nokomis (1-4)    6    6    6    12 — 30
Belfast (1-4)    8    6    28    13 — 55
N — Tucker 42 pass from Amoroso (kick failed)
B — McFadden 8 run (McFadden rush)
N — Welch 2 run (pass failed)
B — McFadden 3 run (rush failed)
B — Bernosky 55 pass from Reed (McFadden rush)
B — Reed 80 interception return (Beal pass from Reed)
B — Bernosky 54 run (kick failed)
N — Welch 4 run (rush failed)
B — Bernosky 10 run (kick failed)
N — Welch 5 run (pass failed)
B — McFadden 11 run (kick failed)
B — Sanderson 1 run (Heroux kick)
N — Pelletier 19 pass from Amoroso (no attempt)

Bangor 44, Mt. Blue 26
At Farmington, Bangor led 21-20 after three quarters, then exploded for 23 points in the fourth to top Mt. Blue.
Lonnie Hackett had 378 all-purpose yards and scored three of his four touchdowns in the fourth quarter to lead Bangor. He had 31 carries for 283 yards.
Josiah Hartley scored off a fumble recovery for the Rams and Maxx Alexander added a one-yard touchdown run. Joe Seccareccia completed eight of 17 passes for 122 yards.
Mt. Blue’s Ryan Backus was 13-for-27 through the air for 223 yards. He had two scoring passes to Ethan Kyes and another to A.J. Larrabee. Backus also had 42 rushing yards and touchdown.
Bangor    7    7    7    23 — 44
Mt. Blue    14    6    0    6 — 26
B — Hartley fumble recovery in end zone (Henigan kick)
MB —Backus 1 run (Keach kick)
MB — Kyes 24 pass form Backus (Keach kick)
B — Alexander 1 run (Henigan
MB — Larrabee 40 pass form Backus (kick failed)
B — Hackett 47 run (Henigan kick)
B — Hackett 5 run (Henigan kick)
MB — Kyes 50 pass from Backus (pass failed)
B — Hackett 79 kickoff return (Henigan kick)
B — Kelley safety
B — Hackett 61 interception return (Henigan kick)

Messalonskee 37, Brewer 8
At Doyle Field in Brewer, Brian Boyce rushed for three first-half touchdown as Messalonskee of Oakland bounced back from its first loss of the season with a convincing victory over the Witches.
Boyce scored twice for the Eagles in the first quarter to stake coach Wes Littlefield’s club to a 16-0 lead, then scored again from about 25 yards in the second quarter out of Messalonskee’s double-wing offense.
Brewer’s only touchdown came on a pass from Brandon Briggs to Pat McEwen.
Messalonskee, whose only loss was a 13-12 decision to Bangor a week ago, is now 4-1 and hosts Mount Ararat of Topsham next Friday night.
Brewer, 1-4 after its second straight loss, is at 1-4 Mt. Blue of Farmington next Friday.

Boys soccer
Ashland 3, Central Aroostook 2

At Mars Hill, Casey Cobb scored two goals as Ashland defeated Central Aroostook.
Kenny Tarr scored on a penalty kick and provided an assist for the 9-3 Hornets. Taylor Con-don also recorded an assist. Jamie Dozier saved four of 17 shots.
Dan Brewer and Garrett Stiles scored for the 9-3 Panthers. Brandon Anthony had two assists. Ross Grass made seven saves on 14 shots.

Machias 1, Narraguagus 0
At Machias, senior Jacob Dahl scored an unassisted goal on a shot from the left side to the far post 6:02 into the first half to lead Machias past Narraguagus of Harrington.
Justin Weaver saved nine of 10 shots for 8-2 Machias.
Kameron Jordan made six saves on 16 shots for 2-8-1 Narraguagus.

Bangor 3, Mt. Blue 0
At Bangor, junior striker Phil Frost scored two goals and assisted on Brian Loiselle’s goal as the Rams improved to 9-0.
Frost and Loiselle scored first-half goals 19 minutes apart and Frost added an insurance goal in the second half.
Cody Cormier and Adam King had an assist apiece for the Rams and Bud Angst made one save on two shots.
Dylan Eustis had two saves on nine shots for 2-5-2 Mt. Blue of Farmington.
JV:  Bangor 3-0

Ashland 3, Central Aroostook 1

At Mars Hill, Kayla Cote scored a goal and provided an assist as Ashland topped Central Aroostook.
Brooke Labelle and Jessica Jimmo also scored for the 9-2 Hornets. Taylor Baker turned away three of seven shots.
Sarah Michaud scored off an Ashley Estabrook assist for the 4-7-1 Panthers. Estabrook and Paige Garrison combined for four saves on 11 shots.

MCI 3, Camden Hills 2
At Pittsfield, Brittany Glencross scored on a corner kick from the left side with less than five minutes remaining to break a 2-2 tie and lead Maine Central Institute past Camden Hills of Rockport.
Paula Arias erased the 2-1 deficit with seven minutes left in the second with an assist from Glencross for 3-7-1 MCI. Aria also scored in the first off an Alli Sinclair assist. Alana Oliver saved 13 of 15 shots.
Kristina Alex and Gab Duke scored second-half goals for 3-7-1 Camden Hills. Lindsay Bum-balo turned away four of nine shots.

Bucksport 8, Mattanawcook 1

At Bucksport, Sadie Wight and Kacie Hurd each scored two goals in the first half as Buck-sport cruised to its first win.
Katy Jones, Kara Churchill, Bethany Greenlaw and Kelleigh Riddle scored goals for 1-8-1 Bucksport. Shelby Redman recorded two assists. Bailey Blair saved five of seven shots.
Nicole Ravosa-Riordan scored in the second half for 2-7 Mattanawcook Academy of Lincoln. Taylor Blood turned away eight of 20 shots.

Winslow 3, Medomak Valley 0
At Winslow, Jordan Mallett recorded two goals as Winslow shut out Medomak Valley of Wal-doboro.
Lindsay Vigue also scored for 11-0 Winslow. Jessica Gordon turned away three of seven shots.
Ericka Christensen saved nine of 13 shots for 9-2 Medomak Valley.
JV: Winslow 1-0

DI-Stonington 1, Bangor Chr. 0
At Bangor, Meaghan Robinson scored an unassisted goal with 26:25 left in the first half to lift Deer Isle-Stonington over Bangor Christian.
Chelsea Brown made seven saves on 21 shots for the 5-4-2 Mariners.
Sam Martin turned away eight of 16 shots for the 4-4-1 Patriots.

Bangor 0, Mt. Blue 0 (2OT)
At Farmington, Mia Smith of Bangor and Mt. Blue’s Emily Deane didn’t allow a goal through regulation and two overtimes to force a tie.
Smith saved four of six shots for 8-0-1 Bangor. She didn’t face a shot in overtime.
Deane turned away eight of 26 shots, four of eight in overtime, for 4-3-2 Mt. Blue.
JV: Bangor 1-0

Orono 6, Penquis 0
At Orono, seniors Meghan Curtis and Chloe Paul each recorded a hat trick as Orono raced out to a 5-0 lead at halftime en route to beating overmatched Penquis of Milo.
Curtis got the scoring started 5 minutes into the match, heading in a Analies Dyjak corner kick while assisting on Paul’s first goal at the 26:30 mark.
Curtis scored an unassisted goal from the right side of the penalty area three minutes later while Paul banged home an Alex Cocker pass at the 21-minute mark.
Curtis and Dyjak hooked up again with 14:34 left, this time on a free kick, as the unmarked Curtis easily headed the ball home while Paul scored an unassisted goal 2:13 into the second half.
Orono controlled play from start to finish and Penquis struggled to penetrate to the net.
Elizabeth Fox had three saves on five shots for the 8-2 Red Riots, the top-ranked team in Class C, while Shelby Fowles and Hannah Bess collaborated to make nine saves on 25 shots for the 2-6-2 Patriots.

Camden Hills 9, Lincoln Acad. 0

At Rockport, Monica Doucette had three goals and an assist as Camden Hills defeated Lincoln Academy of Newcastle.
Charlotte LeMar had two goals and an assist for the 5-6-1 Windjammers. Hillary Gordon added a goal and an assist and Kayla Hart and Hayley Aydelott scored. Sarah Nason didn’t face a shot.
Erin Dodge stopped 46 of 55 shots for 0-12 Lincoln Academy.

Foxcroft 5, Hermon 3
At Dover-Foxcroft, Sabrina Sharrow scored two goals to propel the Ponies to their eighth vic-tory of the season.
Mariah Arno provided a goal and two assists for 8-3 Foxcroft Academy, while Bekah Flanders posted a goal and an assist. Hilary Kendall scored once with Kelsey Boss contributing two as-sists. Cassie Curtis made one save on four shots.
Ashley Cyr, Mary Ricker and Taylor Buck tallied one goal apiece for 3-9 Hermon. Jaime Roy racked up 22 saves on 27 shots.
JV: Foxcroft 1-0

Oxford Hills 1, Brewer 1 (2OT)
At Brewer, neither the Witches of Vikings from South Paris could muster a goal in two over-times.
Kim Thorne scored an unassisted goal at the 14:27 mark in the first half for Brewer while Ashley West tied it for Oxford Hills a minute later.
Angela Patterson had 18 saves on 19 shots for Brewer and Mariah Kimball 14 on 15 for Oxford Hills.
JV: Oxford Hills 1-0

Husson 2, MMA 1 (2OT)

At Castine, Edwin Acosta knocked in a deflection off the Maine Maritime goalkeeper to give the visiting Eagles of Bangor the win.
Mark Trombley tied it for 4-6-1 Husson in the 68th minute with a goal from 20 yards out. Mi-guel Dominguez had one save on four shots.
Abdullah Alkhayyat scored in the first half for 5-3-1 Maine Maritime while Jeff Butland saved nine of 31 shots.

Women’s soccer
Husson 1, Maine Maritime 0
At Castine, Megan Clement scored her second game-winner in three days, sailing a corner kick into the net just 1:30 into the game, to give Husson University of Bangor a victory over Maine Maritime Academy.
Clement had scored the game-decider Wednesday in a 2-1 triumph at Bates College.
Jen Plourde made three saves on nine shots for Husson (8-3, 2-0 North Atlantic Conference) while Lacey Jackson made 11 saves on 33 shots for the Mariners (5-5, 1-1 NAC).

Women’s ice hockey
Providence 4, Maine 0

At Schneider Arena in Providence, R.I., Genevieve Lacasse made 19 saves and the Friars re-ceived second-period goals from Jessica Cohen, Ashley Cottrell and Jean O’Neill to subdue the Black Bears.
Arianna Rigano scored a third-period goal for the 1-0 Friars in the mutual Hockey East opener.
Cohen, O’Neill, Laura Veharanta and Amber Yung had assists for Providence College.
Candice Currier made 21 saves for 2-1 Maine.

At Machias

Narraguagus (5-5) def. Machias (0-9) 25-21, 25-18, 19-25, 25-9
Narraguagus: Cassie Fickett 27-30 serving, 12 aces, 15 assists; Andrea Perry 8-10 serving, 11 kills, 9 digs; Haley Toppin 9-12 serving, 3 aces, 11 kills; Kayla Hall 12-13 serving, 4 kills; Leydi Ly Lopez 11 digs
Machias: Jordan Ranke 18-19 serving, 2 aces, 7 kills; Kate Richardson 13-13 serving, 5 digs, 4 kills; Tiffany Preston 9 digs

At Ellsworth
Woodland (8-4) def. Ellsworth (4-6) 25-17, 25-16, 25-22

Woodland: Ariel Knights 20-21 serving, 5 aces, 8 kills, 11 digs; Crystal Annis 10-11 serving, 16 assists; Shelby Bassett 5-6 serving, 11 kills, 1 block, 10 digs; Tammara Croman 15-16 serving, 5 aces, 1 kill, 5 digs
Ellsworth: Paige Martin 7 assists, 2 kills, 2 blocks, 2 digs; Alicia Lofton 8-10 serving, 3 aces, 12 digs; Amanda Klug 10-12 serving, 5 aces, 1 block
JV: Woodland 2-0

At Middletown, Conn.
Wesleyan (5-8) def. Colby (4-10) 25-22, 25-16, 25-17

At Country View GC, Brooks

Club championship, class A: 1. Tyler Bantle, 2. Mike Newell; B: 1. Steve Giggey, 2. Ed Nason; president’s cup: 1. Keith Todd, 2. Steve Simmons; most improved: Tyler Bantle; sportsmanship award: Doug Merrifield; service award: Julie Aurie and Darci Greenacre

At Sable Oaks GC, South Portland

Southern Maine 221, UM-Farmington 231, U-New England 236, Saint Joseph’s 242
Southern Maine: Brian Moskevich-Dan Chadwick 70; Ryan Daly-Austin Brown 75; Cody Berkowitz-Zach Porter 76; UM-Farmington: Richard Matthews-Reid Bond 72; Nick Waltz-Orion Cochoran 73; Ryan Michaud-Nate Swan 86; U-New England: Nathan Fairfield-Steve Dillon 77; Griffin Andrews-Zack Champagne 78; Gage Robertson-Ryne Lubert 80; St. Joseph’s: Steve Sands-Michael Lavoie 78; Matt Cotreau-Harding 81; T.J. Garske-Russ Camire 83

Friday’s results
First, Pace, $2,000

6. Sandtana Score N, H. Campbell&3.80-2.60-2.20
2. Bamboozled, R. Dinning&5.20-2.60
1. Molly N Me, K. Switzer Jr.&2.40
T-2:03; Qu. 2-6, $15.80; Ex. 6-2, $32.40; Tri. 6-2-1, $57.60
Second, Pace, $2,200
8. Appointed Time, M. Athearn&25.40-5.20-2.80
3. Bcause U Loved Me, H. Campbell&2.80-2.70
5. Vacationland Vance, J. Beckwith&3.80
T-2:03.4; Qu. 3-8, $74.80; Ex. 8-3, $125.20; Tri. 8-3-5, $2,012.80; Daily Double 6-8, $43.80
Third, Trot, $2,300
1. Numberonefan, L. Fitch&5.40-3.20-3.20
5. Maine Maple Chip, J. Beckwith&6.60-3.60
8. CC Sable, H. Campbell&3.60
T-2:04.2; Qu. 1-5, $69.60; Ex. 1-5, $6.60-3.60; Tri. 1-5-8, $668.40
Fourth, Pace, $10,229
5. Pembroke Whittney&Barred
3. Computer Art, G. Bowden&NA
1. A Work of Heart, W. Watson&3.00-3.40
7. Miss Annalise, G. Hall&3.20
T-2:00.2; Qu. 1-3, $3.00; Ex. 3-1, $8.20; Tri. 3-1-7, $102.80
Fifth, Trot, $2,400
8. Pembroke Heat Wave, H. Campbell&3.80-2.40-2.80
3. Lady’s Country Boy, W. Watson&2.60-4.00
1. Just Jim, D. Gray&4.40
T-2:03.2; Qu. 3-8, $11.40; Ex. 8-3, $11.40; Tri. 8-3-1, $148.60
Sixth, Pace, $3,000
3. Scylla Hanover, K. Switzer Jr.&5.00-3.00-2.20
6. Pembroke White Out, H. Campbell&3.80-2.20
5. Luckyredheadlucy, L. MacDonald&3.20
T-2:00.4; Qu. 3-6, $12.00; Ex. 3-6, $19.40; Tri. 3-6-5, $277.40; Daily Double 8-3, $13.20
Seventh, Pace, $2,500
1. Preyingondaylite, S. Gray&4.60-2.80-2.20
5. Off N Raycin’, G. Mosher&3.20-3.20
6. Bird’s Eye View N, H. Campbell&2.60
T-1:59.4; Qu. 1-5, $19.60; Ex. 1-5, $14.80; Tri. 1-5-6, $40.00
Eighth, Pace, $10,229
3. No Peeking, W. Campbell&3.20-2.20-2.10
6. The Salem Witch, S. Mahar&2.20-2.10
5. Isn’t She Lovely, L. Fitch&2.20
T-2:01.4; Qu. 3-6, $4.20; Ex. 3-6, $8.60; Tri. 3-6-5, $8.20
Ninth, Pace, $2,400
5. DW’s Abby, H. Campbell&4.60-3.20-3.20
2. Kitty, S. Gray&3.00-2.80
4. Rayjean Raider, J. Beckwith&8.60
T-2:01.2; Qu. 2-5, $6.40; Ex. 5-2, $16.60; Tri. 5-2-4, $123.80
Tenth, Pace, $4,000
1. Escapefromalcatraz, K. Switzer Jr.&6.60-4.60-3.00
5. Samardi Shuttle, W. Campbell&8.00-2.60
6. Pembroke Blitz, H. Campbell&4.00
T-1:56.3; Qu. 1-5, $16.20; Ex. 1-5, $20.00; Tri. 1-5-6, $198.80
Eleventh, Pace, $2,000
1. Expos Dream, W. Campbell&2.60-2.80-4.80
3. Sweet Finale, L. Gasbarro III&6.80-4.80
8. Global Raider, G. Mosher&3.40
T-2:02.2; Qu. 1-3, $8.60; Ex. 1-3, $17.60; Tri. 1-3-8, $63.20; Late Double 1-1, $6.60; Total Handle – $38,685

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