October 9, Scores and Highlights

Bangor Daily News
Posted Oct. 10, 2009, at 12:17 a.m.

HIGH SCHOOL
FOOTBALL

Bangor 35, Oxford Hills 7
Biddeford 28, Sanford 13
Brunswick 33, Brewer 12
Bucksport 46, Calais-Woodland 8
Cape Elizabeth 40, Wells 0
Cony 26, Mt. Blue 22
Dexter 34, Orono 14
Dirigo 49, Livermore Falls 19
Falmouth 36, Gray-New Gloucester 0
Foxcroft 41, Stearns 0
Gardiner 44, Belfast 0
Lawrence 28, Lewiston 14
Leavitt 35, Morse 0
Maranacook 22, Madison 13
Mattanawcook 85, Old Town 19
Messalonskee 43, Mount Ararat 22
Noble 8, Scarborough 7
Old Orchard Beach 22, Jay 18
Portland 54, Gorham 12
Rockland 31, MCI 3
Skowhegan 38, Edward Little 13
South Portland 36, Deering 34
Windham 12, Bonny Eagle 0
Yarmouth 64, Boothbay Region 13
York 70, Lake Region 0

BOYS SOCCER
Ashland 4, Van Buren 0
Brewer 1, Mt. Blue 1 (2OT)
Central 2, Foxcroft 2 (2OT)
Fort Kent 4, Houlton 2
MDI 3, George Stevens 1
Shead 5, Woodland 2
Wisdom 5, East Grand 0

GIRLS SOCCER
Ashland 4, Van Buren 0
Bucksport 3, Ellsworth 2 (2OT)
Camden Hills 1, Rockland 1 (2OT)
Central 2, Piscataquis 0
Fort Kent 3, Houlton 0
Foxcroft 3, Penquis 1
Old Town 2, MDI 1
Orono 2, Dexter 1
Narraguagus 1, Shead 0
Penobscot Valley 4, Lee 1
Wisdom 2, East Grand 2 (2OT)

FIELD HOCKEY
Mattanawcook 3, Piscataquis 0
Orono 1, Old Town 0

COLLEGE
FIELD HOCKEY

UM-Farmington 2, Husson 1 (OT)

MEN’S HOCKEY
Union 4, Maine 1

WOMEN’S TENNIS
Johnson State 9, Thomas 0

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HIGH SCHOOL
FOOTBALL
Foxcroft 41, Stearns 0

At Dover-Foxcroft, Josiah Richard caught a touchdown pass, ran for a score, kicked two field goals and kicked five PATs to lead Foxcroft Academy past Stearns of Millinocket.
Richard caught five passes for 92 yards and successfully kicked field goals of 20 and 39 yards.
Ryan Stroud was 9-for-22 for 134 yards, completing touchdown passes to Richard and Ian Champeon. Champeon led the Ponies with 15 carries for 88 yards and a rushing touchdown.
Ryan Olmsted blocked a punt and recovered the ball in the endzone for a third-quarter touchdown. Dylan Andrews scored on a 3-yard run in the first quarter.
Jared McGreevey led the Minutemen with 36 yards rushing on nine attempts. Billy Eurich added 12 carries for 25 yards.
Foxcroft had 298 offensive yards to Stearns’ 86 yards.
Stearns (4-2)    0    0    0    0 — 0
Foxcroft (6-0)    14    13    14    0 — 41
FA — Champeon 12 pass from Stroud (Richard kick)
FA — Andrew 3 run (Richard kick)
FA — Richard 20 field goal
FA — Champeon 14 run (Richard kick)
FA — Richard 39 field goal
FA — Olmsted punt blocked and recovered in endzone (Richard kick)
FA — Richard 13 pass form Stroud (Richard kick)

Bangor 35, Oxford Hills 7
At Bangor, Lonnie Hackett and Maxx Alexander each ran for two touchdowns while Joe Seccareccia passed for another as Bangor improved to 6-0.
The Rams wasted no time taking control of this contest, scoring on their first two possessions, with Seccareccia and John Kelley hooking up from 14 yards out to cap the first possession of the game while Hackett’s 44-yard TD run gave coach Mark Hackett’s club a 14-0 lead barely halfway through the first quarter.
Oxford Hills of South Paris answered on its first drive of the second period, as Nate Dubois scored on an end-around on a fourth-and-10 play from the B-20, and Matt Verrier’s extra-point kick brought the Vikings back within a touchdown.
But it was too much Hackett and Alexander, as Alexander’s two-yard touchdown plunge in the final minute of the first half gave Bangor a 21-7 lead at halftime.
The Rams put it away on their first possession of the third quarter, as Hackett, who finished with 224 yards on 20 carries, found a crease up the right side of the field and ran 64 yards for a touchdown. Nate Henigan’s extra-point gave Bangora 28-7 edge.
Alexander, who rushed for 48 yards on eight carries, capped the scoring with a five-yard touchdown burst later in the quarter.
Jake Hall had a solid night on the ground for 1-5 Oxford Hills, compiling 72 yards on 20 carries.

Rockland 31, MCI 3
At Rockland, junior tailback Derek Miller made his first start and had 25 carries for 111 yards and scored two touchdowns to propel the Tigers past the Huskies of Pittsfield.
Tyler Fogg, who had been out two weeks with an injury, carried 17 times for 61 yards and a TD for Rockland, while freshman linebacker Dan Hendricks returned after a three-week injury absence and ran back an interception 53 yards for a TD.
Tiger quarterback Dylan Meklin was 1 of 3 passing for 24 yards, but he also accounted for six points by kicking three extra points and a field goal.
Defensive end Aaron Ecker with three sacks and defensive tackle Kyle Sareyani with two highlighted Rockland’s line dominance.
Maine Central Institute was limited to 15 yards on the ground on 27 carries and 45 yards on 7-of-17 passing. Three passes were intercepted.
For MCI, which suffered its second straight loss, Patrick Hapworth’s 28-yard field goal early in the second quarter accounted for all of the Huskies’ scoring.
MCI (4-2)    0    3    0    0 — 3
Rockland (2-4)    14    0    7    10 — 31
R — Fogg 1 run (Meklin kick)
R — Miller 10 run (Meklin kick)
MCI — Hapworth 28 field goal
R — Hendricks 53 interception return (Meklin kick)
R — Meklin 23 field goal
R — Miller 40 run (Meklin kick)

Dexter 34, Orono 14
At Orono, Doug Richardson scored two touchdowns and rushed 27 times for 233 yards to lead Dexter past Orono.
Mike Rosetti added two scoring runs while compiling 124 yards on seven attempts. Tim Gustin also scored on a 14-yard run for Dexter.
Alex Harvey and Jeremy Davis had sacks for the Tigers defense.
Dominic Mowrer scored both touchdowns for Orono. He had 17 carries for 189 yards. Brandon Higgins added nine carries for 47 yards.
Dexter (2-4)    7    6    8    13 — 34
Orono (1-5)    0    0    8    6 — 14
D — Richardson 28 run (L. Gustin kick)
D — Rosetti 11 run (kick failed)
O — Mowrer 5 run (McAlinden pass from Mehnert)
D — Rosetti 22 run (Richardson rush)
D — Richardson 20 run (kick failed)
D — T. Gustin 14 run (L. Gustin kick)
O — Mowrer 73 run (pass failed)

Gardiner 44, Belfast 0
At Gardiner, the host Tigers jumped out to a 21-0 first-quarter lead and never looked back en route to the win.
Alonzo Conner rushed 13 times for 84 times and one touchdown while Dalton Eldridge compiled 61 yards on 10 carries and two scores.
Forrest Chadwick completed 3-of-5 passes for 94 yards and a 26-yard TD strike to Nick Grover while Tyler Hall added an eight-yard touchdown run. Hall tackled a Belfast runner in the end zone for a safety and Chadwick ran back the subsequent free kick for a TD.
Phil McFadden paced Belfast with 46 yards on 13 carries.
Belfast (1-5)    0    0    0   

0 — 0
Gardiner (6-0)    21    7    7    9 — 44
G – Grover 26 pass from Chadwick (Meehan kick)
G -– Connor 20 run (Meehan kick)
G – Eldridge 13 run (Meehan kick)
G – Hall 8 run (Meehan kick)
G – Eldridge 19 run (Meehan kick)
G – Safety, Hall tackled runner in end zone
G – Chadwick 61 kick return (Meehan kick)

Mattanawcook 85, Old Town 19
At Lincoln, Ethan White rushed for two touchdowns and passed for two more as Mattanawcook Academy cruised past Old Town.
White had five carries for 104 yards for the Lynx. He completed scoring passes for Josh Pelkey and Derek Gardner.
Greg Hand rushed six times for 87 yards, scored two touchdowns and recorded a safety. Grady Markie scored the first touchdown and had 89 yards rushing on four carries. Mike Gerrish racked up 78 yards on five carries and scored two touchdowns.
Tyler Langley ran 45 yards for a score and Matt Murray returned a kick return 94 yards for another touchdown.
Old Town’s Courtland Loring caught and passed for a touchdown. Loring caught a 26-yard pass from Cameron Archer and completed an 85-yard scoring pass to Ryan Boyington. Josh Boucher added a 13-yard scoring run in the third quarter.
Old Town (0-6)    0    13    6    0 — 19
Mattanawcook (4-2)    23    41    7    14 — 85
MA — Markie 15 run (Crocker kick)
MA — White 14 run (Pelkey rush)
MA — Hand safety
MA — White 47 run (kick failed)
MA — Hand 3 run (Crocker kick)
MA — Pelkey 12 run (Crocker kick)
OT — Loring 26 pass from Archer (Boyington kick)
MA — Pelkey 30 pass from White (Perry kick)
MA — Gardner 43 pass from White (kick failed)
MA — Hand 33 run (Perry kick)
OT — Boyington 85 pass from Loring (kick failed)
MA — Murray 94 kick return (Perry kick)
OT — Boucher 13 run (kick failed)
MA — Gerrish 5 run (Perry kick)
MA — Gerrish 40 run (Perry kick)
MA — Langley 45 run (Perry kick)

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BOYS SOCCER
Presque Isle 10, Mattanawcook 0

At Presque Isle, Dillon Kingsbury had two goals plus an assist while Nate Ackerson, Josh Allen and Wilder York each scored twice for Presque Isle in the win.
Nathaniel Postell netted a goal and an assist and Cole Richards one goal for the 10-0-2 Wildcats. Jacob Player, Matt Chasse and Riley Norton contributed assists. Kingsbury and Andrew Kofstad didn’t face a shot in net.
John French had 15 saves on 29 shots for 0-12 Mattanawcook of Lincoln.
JV: PI 6-0

Ashland 4, Van Buren 0
At Presque Isle, Kenny Tarr scored two goals and assisted on another as Ashland topped Van Buren.
Casey Cobb had a goal and two assists for the 9-3 Hornets. Taylor Condon also scored. J.J. D’Ozier and Bobby Gardner combined for the shutout, saving all 12 shots.
Marc Lajoie stopped 16 of 27 shots for 4-7 Van Buren.

Central 2, Foxcroft 2 (2OT)
At Dover-Foxcroft, Central of Corinth’s Cole Haskell and Foxcroft Academy’s Hadi El-Rabbat didn’t allow a goal through two overtimes.
Matt Kelley scored the tying goal for the 1-10-1 Red Devils. Matt Melanson scored earlier. Both goals were unassisted. Haskell turned away nine of 11 shots.
Colby Bombero scored on a penalty kick for the 7-3-3 Ponies. Jordan Kim scored off a Jason Lee assist. El-Rabbat saved 10 of 12 shots.
JV: 0-0

Fort Kent 4, Houlton 2
At Houlton, Thomas Levesque scored two second-half goals as Fort Kent handed Houlton its first loss.
Jud Taggett and Chapin Scaggs scored in the first half for 6-3-2 Fort Kent. Jared Soucy assisted on both of Levesque’s goals. Brandon Hartt saved 13 of 25 shots.
Micah Goetsch and Dylan Gard scored unassisted goals in the second half for 7-1-2 Houlton. Jared Tapley made 11 saves on 19 shots.

Wisdom 5, East Grand 0
At Danforth, five players scored goals as Wisdom of St. Agatha shut out East Grand.
Curtis Picard, Nathan Oakes, Kyle Daigle, Rocky Chamberland and Chris Ouellette scored for the 9-3 Pioneers. Kody Chamberland recorded an assist. Ryan Blanchette stopped four of five shots.
Abe Brittain and Alex Brittain combined for 17 saves off 22 shots for 1-5-1 East Grand.

Shead 5, Woodland 2
At Woodland, Timmy Barnes scored had a hat trick as Shead of Eastport defeated Woodland.
Caleb Ricker and Brandon Ampungan scored for the 6-5 Tigers. Nick Barnes provided an assist. Nick Vinson saved three of seven shots.
Jordan Perkins and Ivan Subialdea scored for the 2-9-1 Dragons. Kyle Pike assisted Perkins’ goal. Ryan Lincoln made 28 saves on 38 shots.

Brewer 1, Mt. Blue 1 (2OT)
At Brewer, neither Brewer nor Mt. Blue of Farmington could put a shot past a keeper through two overtimes.
Evan Nadeau scored on a penalty kick with about 15 minutes remaining in the second half to tie it for 4-5-2 Brewer. Nadeau made five saves on nine shots.
Harris Roberts scored off an Alex Lee assist 16:40 into the second half for 2-7-2 Mt. Blue. Dylan Eustis saved 11 of 27 shots.
JV: 0-0

MDI 3, George Stevens 1
At Bar Harbor, Carl Ferm scored a goal and assisted another to help lead Mount Desert Island to victory over George Stevens Academy of Blue Hill.
Nick Shaw and Sam Burr had goals for the 5-5-1 Trojans. Noah Puglisi recorded an assist. Connor Records turned away nine of 11 shots.
Mike Senter-Zapata scored an unassisted goal in the first half for the 5-7 Eagles. Ben Olivari stopped five of 10 shots.
JV: George Stevens 4-1

GIRLS SOCCER
Wisdom 2, East Grand 2 (2OT)

At Danforth, Krystal Paradis’ unassisted goal with 2:15 left in regulation tied the game and sent it into the scoreless overtime periods.
Chelsea Collin scored Wisdom’s first goal off an assist from Deliya Michaud after East Grand had taken a 2-0 lead on unassisted goals by Shaunna Beaudoin.
Suzie Collins made 24 saves on 26 shots for 0-11-1 Wisdom of St. Agatha, and Kim Armstrong made 14 saves on 16 shots for 0-8-1 East Grand.

Camden Hills 1, Rockland 1
At Rockport, Natalie Russell of Rockland saved two of two shots in overtime and Camden Hills’ Lindsay Bumbalo didn’t face a shot as the Windjammers and Tigers stalemated through two overtimes.
Caroline Matteo scored off a Kristina Alex assist with 37:20 left in the first half for 3-7-2 Camden Hills. Bumbalo saved two of three shots.
Novelle Szandik scored on a penalty kick with 32:50 left in the first to tie it for 1-8-2 Rockland. Russell made 18 saves on 19 shots.

Central 2, Piscataquis 0

At Guilford, Michelle Ferrie scored with 14:27 left in the first half as Central of Corinth shut out Piscataquis.
Mackenzie McHugh added an insurance goal with 15:41 remaining in the second for the 10-2 Red Devils. Samantha Brownell stopped six of 15 shots.
Abby Burdin saved four of 17 shots for 3-8-1 Piscataquis.
JV: Piscataquis 1-0

Narraguagus 1, Shead 0
At Eastport, Kayla Collora scored the winning goal with 7:16 left in regulation to lead Narraguagus of Harrington past Shead.
Haley Eckert saved four of five shots for 5-7 Narraguagus.
Cassandra Stanhope made six saves on nine shots for 3-8 Shead.

Old Town 2, MDI 1
At Old Town, Micayla Hussey scored on a penalty kick and Kelsey Maxim added an unassisted goal, both in the first half, as Old Town held off Mount Desert Island of Bar Harbor.
Ashley Abbott turned

away five of nine shots for 8-2-1 Old Town.
Grace Robinson scored unassisted in the second half for the 6-5 Trojans. Elizabeth Sargent saved six of eight shots.
JV: MDI 4-1

Penobscot Valley 4, Lee 1
At Lee, Jordan Leveille, Jodan Faloon and Meghan King each had a goal and an assist to lift Penobscot Valley of Howland over Lee Academy.
Katie Whitten also scored for the 6-4-2 Howlers. Jocelyn Thomas stopped five of 11 shots.
Katelyn Mallet put 2-10-1 Lee Academy on the board with a penalty kick goal. Felicia Thorton made 10 saves on 22 shots.

Fort Kent 3, Houlton 0
At Houlton, Taylor Boucher scored two goals as Fort Kent prevailed over Houlton.
Katelyn Roy also scored for the 8-1-1 Warriors. Roxy Pelletier and Gabby Naranja provided assists. Carissa Pelletier made 17 saves on 22 shots.
Madison Lezotte turned away five of eight shots for 8-2 Houlton.

Bucksport 3, Ellsworth 2 (2OT)
At Bucksport, Sadie Wight scored the winner on a breakaway with about two minutes left in the second overtime to lift Bucksport over Ellsworth.
Mindy Pye and Wight scored the two second-half goals for the 2-8-1 Golden Bucks. Pye and Wight both recorded assists. Bailey Blair stopped seven of 12 shots.
Gabrielle Huebner and Heather Hope scored unassisted goals for the 4-7 Eagles. Jessica Toothaker made six saves on 11 shots.

Orono 2, Dexter 1
At Orono, Analies Dyjak broke the 1-1 tie with an unassisted goal with 7:42 left in regulation to lead Orono past Dexter.
Caleigh Paul scored 4:03 into the first with an assist from Meghan Curtis for 9-2 Orono. Elizabeth Fox turned away three of five shots.
Alexis Mitchell scored 1:05 into the second half to tie it at 1-1 for the 2-9-1 Tigers. Lauren Crane made 15 saves on 23 shots.

Foxcroft 3, Penquis 1
At Dover-Foxcroft, Lindsey Kousaie scored two goals, with the second snapping a 1-1 second-half tie, en route to the victory for the Ponies.
Paige Hobbs chipped in with a goal for the 8-3-1 winners and Haley McLeod and Shee-Ann Sergeant each added an assist. Sarah Whittemore made three saves on four shots.
Lexi Larson scored an unassisted goal for 3-7-2 Penquis of Milo, and Hanna Bess made 10 saves on 15 shots.

Ashland 4, Van Buren 0
At Presque Isle, Jessica Jimmo netted two goals to push Ashland past Van Buren.
Brooke LaBelle and Anna Paradis also scored for the 10-2 Hornets. Kayla Cote had two assists and Macie Pelkey had one. Taylor Baker stopped all nine shots to earn the shutout.
Ashlie Wilson made six saves off 15 shots for 4-6-1 Van Buren.

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Field hockey
Stearns 2, Piscataquis 0

At Hampden, Becca Leavitt scored both goals to lead Stearns of Millinocket over Piscataquis of Guilford Thursday.
Ashley Johnson provided an assist for 9-4 Stearns. Kirsten Marter saved two of six shots.
Brianna Tweedie turned away 22 of 33 shots for 0-13 Piscataquis.

Orono 1, Old Town 0
At Orono, Jillian Tuell scored an unassisted goal with 13:14 left in regulation to lead Orono over Old Town.
Amber Saucier saved five of six shots for the 6-7-1 Red Riots.
Danielle Boobar made 24 saves on 25 shots for 1-13 Old Town.

Mattanawcook 3, Piscataquis 0
At Lincoln, Brooke Hanscom scored two goals to help lead Mattanawcook Academy past Piscataquis of Guilford.
Taylor Hawkins added a goal for the 7-6 Lynx. Brooke Kimball had an assist. Colleen Albert saved two of five shots.
Brianna Tweedie turned away 13 of 24 shots for the 0-14 Pirates.

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VOLLEYBALL
HIGH SCHOOL
At Harrington
Narraguagus (6-6) def. Ellsworth (5-8) 25-20, 20-25, 19-25, 25-20, 15-13

Narraguagus: Haley Toppin 21-25 serving, 4 aces, 5 kills; Cassie Fickett 14-17 serving, 3 aces, 23 assists, 7 kills; Andrea Perry 14 kills, 9 digs, 4 blocks; Claire Albee 8-10, 6 digs, 5 assists; Kayla Hall 11-12 serving; Leydi Ly Lopez 18 digs
Ellsworth: Paige Martin 15-15, 5 aces, 10 kills 10 digs; Bridget Chase 3 aces, 8 kills 17 assists; Tori Huntley 2 aces, 4 kills, 3 assists, 8 digs; Hollie Hutchinson 14-15, 1 kill 5 assists, 5 digs
JV: Narraguagus 2-1

At Calais
Calais (8-4) def. Jonesport-Beals (9-4) 24-26, 23-25, 25-14, 25-19, 15-9

Calais: Rebecca Redding 4 kills, 27 assists, 5 digs; Nicole Osborne 26-27 serving, 9 aces, 13 kills, 3 digs; Rebecca Blake 6 kills, 3 digs, 2 blocks; Kat Clement 15-16 serving, 2 aces, 7 kills, 7 digs; Shannon Brown 7 kills, 7 digs, 4 aces
Jonesport-Beals: Whitney Norton 20-23 serving, 7 aces, 14 digs; Sarah Milliken 15-16 serving, 3 aces, 12 kills, 5 digs; Amanda Chandler 16-16 serving, 3 aces, 4 assists, 6 digs; Jessica MacLean 14-15 serving, 4 aces, 11 assists, 5 digs
JV: Jonesport-Beals 25-16, 20-25, 15-13

At Bar Harbor
MDI (11-2) def. Washington Acad. (11-1) 25-19, 25-15, 19-25, 21-25, 15-9

COLLEGE
At Gorham
Southern Maine (2-11) def. UM-Fort Kent (5-4) 25-13, 22-25, 25-20, 25-18

At Brunswick
Bowdoin (12-6) def. Colby (4-12) 25-16, 25-16, 25-12

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COLLEGE
FIELD HOCKEY
UM-Farmington 2, Husson 1

At Farmington, Alyssa St. Pierre scored the winner off a Hattie Agnew assist 3:14 into overtime to lift the University of Maine at Farmington over Husson University of Bangor.
St. Pierre and Agnew also teamed up to tie it 16:57 into the second half for the 5-4 Beavers. Sarah Brown saved six of 10 shots.
Emily Woodbury scored her first goal of the season 13:29 into the game for 1-5 Husson. Kristen Capen turned away five of 13 shots.

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WOMEN’S ICE HOCKEY
Minnesota St. 5, Maine 2

At Alfond Arena in Orono, Lisa Edman scored a pair of power-play goals in the third period to help Minnesota State pull away for the win.
Ashley Young, Lauren Smith and Holly Snyder added goals while Smith, Emmi Leinonen and Ariel Mackley grabbed assists for 1-0 Minnesota State-Mankato. Alli Altmann had 29 saves on 31 shots.
Jenna Ouellette had a goal plus an assist while Tayrn Peacock scored 2-3 Maine’s other goal, with Jordan Colliton assisting. Brittany Ott saved 36 of 41 shots.

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GOLF
LOCAL
At Rockland GC
Ladies Association
Chili Open

Gross: Bobby Andrus 83, Carol Clough 94, Linda Durrell 98, Mary Kaufman 99, Betty Farrand 99; net: Jeanne Fifield 62, Connie Welt 62, Virginia Goeke 62, Wendy Dewing 68; pins: No. 10 Betty Farrand 11-1, No. 18 Virginia Goeke 11-2

At Dexter Municipal GC
Two-Man Scramble
Net: Spencer Morrow, Bob Thompson 30; Frank Reynolds, Jim Bob Hartford 31
Night Golf

Paul White, Mike White, Chris White, Josh White 25; Tim Babine, Paul Farnsworth, Sean Farnsworth, Rick Seamans 28

HOLE-IN-ONE
Wanda Aldrich

BROOKS — Wanda Aldrich of Waterville scored her first career ace Thursday on the 145-yard ninth hole at Country View Golf Course. Aldrich used a driver to accomplish the feat, which was witnessed by Jeff Stevens.

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HARNESS RACING
FRYEBURG FAIR
Friday’s results
First, Pace, $2,400

Bell of the Sea, W. Watson, 23.00-10.00-6.00
Gamble, W. Campbell, 17.20-4.20
Windy City Anita, W. Brown, 3.40
T-2:00.4; Qu. 3-7, $113.80; Exacta 3-7, $480.00; Tri. 3-7-2, $2,907.40
Second, Pace, $2,300
Big Shooter, G. Mosher, 13.00-4.40-3.60
Totally Fresh, H. Campbell, 2.60-2.80
Lidia Graham, K. Switzer Jr., 4.20
T-2:01.2; Qu. 1-4, $7.40; Exacta 1-4, $22.40; Tri. 1-4-6, $120.60; Daily Double 3-1, $119.80
Third, Trot, $2,300
Numberonefan, L. Fitch, 5.80-3

.20-3.20
Cor’s Hot Flash, H. Campbell, 4.20-3.20
Cook Station Lady, W. Campbell, 4.00
T-2:04.3; Qu. 4-7, $8.60; Exacta 7-4, $10.60; Tri. 7-4-6, $173.40
Fourth, Pace, $2,400
Ruby’s Z Tam, J. Mosher, 3.20-2.40-2.80
Dartanion, M. Athearn, 4.40-3.40
Doitall, S. MacKenzie, 5.20
T-2:00.4; Qu. 1-3, $6.20; Exacta 1-3, $9.60; Tri. 1-3-2, $36.60
Fifth, Pace, $10,229
The Salem Witch, S. Mahar, 5.40-2.20-2.40
No Peeking, W. Campbell, 2.20-2.40
A Work of Heart, W. Watson$2.60
T-2:00.4; Qu. 4-6, $3.20; Exacta 4-6, $11.20; Tri. 4-6-3, $19.00
Sixth, Pace, $2,200
Western Hope, K. Switzer, 4.00-3.80-2.60
Strong Silence, H. Campbell, 2.60-3.00
Fellamia, S. Taggart, 3.80
T-2:01.1; Qu. 1-3, $9.80; Exacta 1-3, $18.20; Tri. 1-3-8, $53.20; Daily Double 4-1, $13.20
Seventh, Pace, $10,229
Pembroke Whitney, H. Campbell, Barred
Isn’t She Lovely, L. Fitch, 3.60-2.20-2.20
Computer Art, G. Bowden, 2.20-2.20
7. Native Power, G. Hall, 2.60
T-2:02; Qu. 1-4, $2.60; Exacta 4-1, $5.20; Tri. 4-1-7, $17.40
Eighth, Pace, $3,500
Cohenucopia, W. Campbell, 10.20-6.00-4.00
Pembroke White Out, H. Campbell, 10.80-3.80
Sunrise J D, G. Bowden, 17.00
T-2:00; Qu. 2-4, $14.40; Exacta 4-2, $58.40; Tri. 4-2-1, $420.40
Ninth, Pace, $3,500
NF Sinfull, K. Switzer Jr., 20.40-5.40-4.80
Red Bullet, S. Gray, 3.00-3.00
Legal Trouble N, H. Campbell, 3.80
T-1:59.1; Qu. 4-6, $37.60; Exacta 6-4, $126.60; Tri. 6-4-1, $747.40
Tenth, Pace, $2,500
Futures Kwik, H. Campbell, 4.80-2.60-3.20
Silvano, K. Switzer, 3.80-3.40
Bikini Kinda Guy, W. Campbell, 3.20
T-2:00.3; Qu. 3-6, $10.20; Exacta 6-3, $43.80; Tri. 6-3-2, $106.80; Late Double 6-6, $116.60; Total Handle – $118,171

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