Oct. 10-11 Scores and Highlights

Posted Oct. 12, 2009, at 12:06 a.m.

HIGH SCHOOL

Saturday’s Games

FOOTBALL

Cheverus 48, Westbrook 0

Fryeburg 20, Poland/Whittier 15

Hampden 42, Camden Hills 0

John Bapst 41, Mount View 20

Lisbon 35, Sacopee Valley 6

Marshwood 35, Thornton 10

Mountain Valley 21, Greely 0

Oak Hill 27, Winthrop 0

Traip 48, Freeport 22

Waterville 35, Mount Desert Island 14

Winslow 41, Nokomis 32

BOYS SOCCER

Bangor 6, Skowhegan 0

Caribou 3, Hermon 0

DI-Stonington 1, Sumner 0 (2OT)

Orono 2, Dexter 1 (2OT)

Shead 6, East Grand 0

GIRLS SOCCER

Bangor Christian 8, Katahdin 1

Caribou 1, Hermon 0

Deer Isle-Stonington 4, Sumner 0

Presque Isle 3, Mattanawcook 0

FIELD HOCKEY

Bangor 1, Lawrence 0

Belfast 8, Lincoln Acad. 0

Camden Hills 3, Rockland 0

Foxcroft 1, Dexter 0

COLLEGE

FOOTBALL

Colby 16, Wesleyan 13 (OT)

Maine 16, Hofstra 14

Maine Maritime Acad. 41, Worcester State 20

Springfield 39, Husson 14

Tufts 21, Bowdoin 13

Williams 31, Bates 7

MEN’S SOCCER

Saturday’s Results

Bowdoin 0, Wesleyan 0 (2OT)

Castleton 1, Maine Maritime 0

Colby 3, Tufts 2 (OT)

E. Connecticut 2, So. Maine 0

Husson 3, Green Mountain 0

Saint Joseph’s 1, Norwich 0

Thomas 6, Lyndon State 3

U-New England 1, New England College 0

UM-Farmington 2, Johnson St. 1

UM-Fort Kent 6, Fisher 0

Williams 4, Bates 0

Sunday’s Results

Husson 3, Castleton State 3 (2OT)

UM-Farmington 0, Lyndon State 0 (2OT)

UM-Presque Isle 3, Fisher 0

WOMEN’S SOCCER

Saturday’s Results

Bates 2, Williams 1

Bowdoin 2, Wesleyan 1 (OT)

Castleton St. 1, Maine Maritime 0

Husson 5, Green Mountain 0

E. Connecticut 6, So. Maine 1

St. Joseph’s 3, Norwich 0

Thomas 2, Lyndon State 1

Tufts 3, Colby 0

UM-Farmington 2, Johnson St. 0

U-New England 2, New England College 1

Sunday’s Results

Binghamton 1, Maine 0

Castleton State 1, Husson 0

UM-Farmington 2, Lyndon State 0

FIELD HOCKEY

Saturday’s Results

Albany 1, Maine 0

Bates 5, Williams 2

Husson 2, Thomas 1

Keene State 2, Southern Maine 1

Tufts 7, Colby 0

U-New England 3, Gordon 0

Wesleyan 3, Bowdoin 2 (OT)

Sunday’s Results

Maine 8, Brown 2

MEN’S HOCKEY

Saturday’s Results

Union 6, Maine 3

WOMEN’S ICE HOCKEY

Saturday’s Results

Minnesota State 2, Maine 1

WOMEN’S TENNIS

Saturday’s Results

Lyndon State 5, Thomas 0

W. Connecticut 5, So. Maine 2

Sunday’s Results

Lyndon State 9, Thomas 0

Wheaton 6, Colby 3

WOMEN’S RUGBY

Saturday’s Results

Bowdoin 34, Northeastern 0

HARNESS RACING

Fryeburg Fair

Saturday’s Results

FIRST, Pace, $2,200

Real Courtesy, W. Campbell, 3.20-2.60-2.40

Lavros Odysseus N, G. Mosher, 3.40-3.40

Dream No More, M. Athearn, 3.20

T—2:01.1; Qu. 1-2, $7.20; Ex. 1-2, $9.80; Tri. 1-2-3, $30.60

SECOND, Pace, $2,500

Harry’s Character, H. Campbell, 7.40-4.40-3.20

Bcause U Loved Me, M. McGee, 8.80-5.00

One More Dream, L. Fitch, 3.80

T—2:04.2; Qu. 1-3, $27.20; Ex. 3-1, $31.60; Tri. 3-1-4, $203.20; DD 1-3, $7.60

THIRD, Trot, $4,500

A Marine’s Girl, M. Athearn, 4.80-3.20-2.20

Thirty Stars, W. Campbell, 4.60-2.60

Midnight Hustler, S. Taggart, 3.20

T—2:02.2; Qu. 2-8, $9.60; Ex. 2-8, $16.60; Tri. 2-8-1, $50.00

FOURTH, Pace, $2,200

Memphis Seelster, T. Whitney, 11.80-5.40-3.40

Big Chris, B. Burns, 3.80-3.20

DG’s Grandslam, R. Gray, 3.80

T—2:00.4; Qu. 1-3, $28.60; Ex. 1-3, $40.00; Tri. 1-3-8, $269.80

FIFTH, Pace, $3,200

Preyingondaylite, H. Campbell, 11.60-5.20-3.40

Ms Jeanne Marie, S. Gray, 4.20-3.20

Bird’s Eye View N, W. Campbell, 3.00

T—1:59.2; Qu. 2-7, $14.80; Ex. 7-2, $42.20; Tri. 7-2-1, $107.00

SIXTH, Pace, $2,400

Freedom Hanover, K. Switzer, 5.00-3.00-3.60

Ariel, K. Switzer Jr., 5.40-4.40

G M Viking Doll, G. Bowden, 6.00

T—2:01; Qu. 3-6, $13.60; Ex. 3-6, $24.00; Tri. 3-6-5, $331.40; DD 7-3, $31.60

SEVENTH, Pace, $2,400

Honored Hall, K. Switzer Jr., 8.60-3.40-2.60

My Special Angel, W. Campbell, 3.60-2.60

Perfect Approach, S. Mahar, 2.60

T—1:58.4; Qu. 3-6, $9.60; Ex. 3-6, $17.40; Tri. 3-6-8, $75.60

EIGHTH, Pace, $3,500

The Boy N, S. Gray, 3.40-2.80-2.60

Hezapeach, L. Fitch, 3.80-3.40

Sharealike N, R. Dinning, 3.60-3.80

T—2:00.2; Qu. 1-7, $11.40; 1-8, $5.40; Ex. 1-7, $18.60; 1-8, $5.40; Tri. 1-7-8, $64.00; 1-8-7, $52.00

NINTH, Pace, $7,000

Samardi Shuttle, W. Campbell, 7.80-3.00-2.60

Pembroke Blitz, H. Campbell, 3.20-2.60

Nassa N, G. Annaloro, 2.80

T—1:58; Qu. 3-4, $8.40; Ex. 4-3, $26.20; Tri. 4-3-5, $181.20

TENTH, Pace, $2,200

One Nation, K. Switzer Jr., 3.80-3.80-2.60

Teflon Tim, S. Taggart, 8.80-4.20

Western ID, S. Gray, 3.40

T—1:59.3; Qu. 1-2, $27.00; Ex. 2-1, $11.00; Tri. 2-1-5, $55.40; Late DD 4-2, $13.60; Total Handle: $127,890

Sunday’s Results

FIRST, Pace, $2,200

Catch The Fella A, W. Campbell 3.80-2.80-2.80

Yukon Jake, C. Brogan 7.20-4.60

Life Choices, C. Cushing 7.80

T—2:02.1; Qu. 2-3, $15.60; Ex. 3-2, $15.60; Tr. 3-2-7, $226.00

SECOND, Pace, $2,300

Pembroke Easy Call, G. Mosher 11.40-5.00-3.40

My Toches, M. Athearn 9.60-3.60

Blazin Alibi, W. Campbell 2.80

T—2:04.1; Qu. 1-3, $23.40; Ex. 3-1, $47.80; Tr. 3-1-2, $79.20; DD 3-3, $16.20

THIRD, Trot, $2,800

Maine Maple Chip, J. Beckwith 4.00-3.20-2.80

Wellington, K. Switzer 6.40-4.40

Current Cash, S. Taggart 3.20

T—2:03; Qu. 2-3, $29.20; Ex. 2-3, $30.80; Tr. 2-3-4, $113.60

FOURTH, Pace, $2,600

DW’s Abby, H. Campbell 5.00-3.40-3.00

Gamble, W. Campbell 11.40-4.20

Tangy’s Pocket, K. Switzer Jr. 3.00

T—2:00.1; Qu. 3-6, $26.20; Ex. 3-6, $54.80; Tr. 3-6-4, $188.20

FIFTH, Pace, $2,300

Malek Hanover, K. Switzer Jr. 2.80-2.40-2.60

Joe Rustler, J. Beckwith 4.00-2.60

Allamerican Orbit, W. Campbell 2.80

T—1:57.1; Qu. 2-3, $8.40; Ex. 2-3, $11.80; Tr. 2-3-1, $27.80

SIXTH, Pace, $2,200

Mary Leemunn, S. Gray 4.20-3.80-2.80

Great Strides, K. Switzer 7.40-3.00

Armbro Darling, W. Campbell 3.00

T—2:01; Qu. 2-3, $33.60; Ex. 2-3, $30.20; Tr. 2-3-4, $103.60; DD 2-2, $7.20

SEVENTH, Trot, $10,000

Four Starz Trump, C. Cushing 8.20-2.80-2.40

Pembroke Spice, H. Campbell 2.80-2.20

Kerogen, K. Ireland 2.40

T—2:01.3; Qu. 3-5, $4.40; Ex. 3-5, $16.40; Tr. 3-5-6, $35.40

EIGHTH, Pace, $4,500

Badlands Pride, S. Gray 21.20-4.80-2.80

Buster Blue Chip, W. Campbell 2.80-2.60

Ryleys Star, K. Switzer Jr. 3.00

T—2:00.3; Qu. 1-6, $33.60; Ex. 6-1, $33.00; Tr. 6-1-3, $124.40

NINTH, Pace, $12,000

Escapefromalcatraz, K. Switzer Jr. 19.80-5.80-3.60

Mr Nice Guy, K. Ireland 13.00-5.00

Gray Bomber, J. Nason 3.40

T—1:59.3; Qu. 4-5, $72.60; Ex. 4-5, $331.80; Tr. 4-5-3, $884.40

TENTH, Pace, $2,200

Calla Lily Gal, G. Mosher 3.40-2.80-2.20

Reason To Dream, S. Gray 3.20-3.60

Study Abroad, W. Campbell 2.60

T—2:00.2; Qu. 3-5, $10.40; Ex. 3-5, $12.40; Tr. 3-5-1, $56.20; Late DD 4-3, $25.20; Total Handle: $90,676

GOLF

MSGA

At Kebo Valley GG, Bar Harbor

Flight 1, gross: Kent Johnson 74, Michael Norris 75, (tie) John Smith, Mike Knox, Vance Gray Jr. 76; net: (tie) Dennis Demmons Jr., John Kimball, Larry Eldridge 70, (tie) Charlie Pray, Ray Ross, Tony Reynolds 73; Flight 2, gross: (tie) Joel Greatorex, Scott Cote-Crosskill 82, Greg Black 85, William McCarthy 86; net: Ted Jala 66, (tie) Bob Stevenson, Greg Murray 68, (tie) Dennis Demmons Sr., Frank Reynolds 69; Super Seniors, gross: Phil Norton 78, Jim Greer 81; net: Chip Brooks 70, Richard McCann 73; Team, gross: (tie) Phil Norton, Ronald Tibbetts, Gordon Goodwin, Hank Tibbetts; Kent Johnson, Tony Reynolds, Randy Ossinger, Mike Cole and Casey Catell, Vance Gray Jr., Jason Harvey, Butch Smith 68; net: (tie) Michael Norris, Greg Black, Roy Leighton, Larry Eldridge; Barry Fowler, Dennis Demmons Jr., Dennis Demmons Sr., Chip Brooks; and Robert Farthing, Ira McLain, Ed Jackson, Steve Burr, 58; Skins: No. 1 Chip Brooks, No. 6 William McCarthy, No. 8 Robert Farthing, No. 14, Billy Milliken, No. 15 Ted Jala; pins: No. 4 Jeff Kent 8-10, No. 6 Richard McCann 12-5, No. 9 Richard McCann 6 inches, No. 15 Dennis Demmons Jr. 10-5

LOCAL

At J.W. Parks GC, Pittsfield

Pine Grove Lodge Fundraiser

Gross: Josh Tardy, Bob Ballard, Steve Hennigan, Mike Bex 62; net: Gavin Dugas, Shane Benoit, Eric Dugas, Trevor Kitchin 60.5, Jamie Hunt, Jake Hunt, Tyler Maloon, Chip Kitchin 62; accuracy drive: No. 2 Tony Campbell; pins: No. 8 Jarrod Williams 19-6, No. 13 Gavin Dugas 10-10

At Bangor Municipal GC

Muni Stock Scramble Tournament

Gross: Mike St. Thomas, John Johnston, Jamie Johnston, Tom Lynch 57, Rob Tiensivu, Tim Black, Jamie Brooker, Chad Armell 59, Bob McGary, Jim Greer, Todd Lee, Ron Dennis 62, Pat Ryder, Tony Reynolds, Shawn Berglund, Dave Lewis 63; net: David Dickey, Joel Sankey, Mike Cowing, Charles Dickey 56, Brian Lee, Andrea Lee, Dave Barber, Matt Enman 57, Dave Butterfield, Jim Sweet, Steve Donovan, Steve Merrill 58, Mike Bednar, Ron Hanscom, Brian Donahue, Brent Sutherland 59; pins: No. 6 David Dickey 6-1, No. 16 Steve Donovan 12-3

At Northport GC

Best 2 of 4 Points

Paul Jasienowski, Cliff Randall, Dave Wentworth, Don Pendergast minus-16, Terry Whitney, A.J. Chasse, Peter Mahoney, John Fleming minus-14; sweeps, gross: Jesse Johnson 78, Jeff Dutch 79, Paul Jasienowski 80, Mark Bradstreet 87; net: A.J. Chasse 69, Josh Nougaret 69, Tom Witts 70, John Fleming 71; pins: No. 3 A.J. Chasse 11-6, No. 9 A.J. Chasse 13-4, No. 12 Jeff Dutch 21 feet, No. 18 Paul Jasienowski 16-4

At Rockland GC

Cry Baby Tournament

Gross: Jim Raye, Bunker Spear, Patrick Hanley, Linwood Colpritt 64, Chris Seavey, Jim Hall, Joan Hall, Wat Aphiwat 68, Linwood Campbell, Dave Cowan, Clay Fowlie, Rob Jongerden 69, Charlie Brown, Joe Smith, Victor Goldsmith, Paul Stevens 69; net: Ernie Benner, Mary Benner, Frank Tax, Penny Tax 47.75, Neil Welt, Connie Welt, Steve Durrell, Linda Durrell 48, Doc Howard, Kathleen Labree, Pat Ashton, Don McClain 50.50; pins: No. 5 Jeanne Fifield 36-5, Neil Welt 10-4, No. 10 Margot Riley 33-1, Steve Durrell 20-4, No. 18 Kathleen Labree 1-8, Chris Seavey 17-8

HIGH SCHOOL

FOOTBALL

Hampden 42, Camden Hills 0

At Camden, Hampden Academy scored three touchdowns in the first and third quarter en route to the shutout over Camden Hills. Ryan Blake had six carries for 87 yards and two touchdowns for the Broncos. Nick Stevens carried the ball three times for 30 yards and two touchdowns. Alex Cust had an interception and five tackles.

Winslow 41, Nokomis 32

At Newport, John McCabe and Ross Vernon scored fourth-quarter touchdowns as Winslow pulled away for the win. The Black Raiders led just 27-26 entering the final stanza, but Vernon scored from 20 yards out and McCabe from the two-yard line to put it away. McCabe rushed for 145 yards and Vernon 140 more for Winslow with Vernon finishing with two TDs and McCabe one. Chris Smith had a pair of rushing touchdowns. Jake Welch paced Nokomis with 136 yards rushing, a rushing touchdown and a 38-yard TD pass to Dan Tucker. Welch added a 75-yard kickoff return for a score and Drew Wing a 29-yard touchdown run.

John Bapst 41, Mount View 20

At Bangor, Bill Wetherbee racked up 306 yards on 23 carries and two touchdowns to eclipse the 1,000-yard barrier for the season and lead John Bapst to its sixth win. The Crusaders trailed 7-0 after one quarter, thanks to a 4-yard TD pass from Aaron Santana to Erik Nealy, but Bapst outscored the Mount View Mustangs of Thorndike 21-0 over the second quarter to open things up a bit. Shane Haas rushed for 82 yards on 10 carries and a touchdown while Grady Hayes ran for 120 more and Fred Lear 35 while scoring a pair of TDs. The Crusaders piled up 577 yards of total offense. Santana threw for 125 yards and two touchdowns to lead Mount View’s attack. Nealy finished with four catches for 72 yards while Jason Hughes hauled in a 23-yard TD pass. Jalen Babin and Bruce Cook connected on a 94-yard TD strike.

BOYS SOCCER

Bangor 6, Skowhegan 0

At Bangor, Nick George scored his school-record 53rd career goal and had two assists to help spark Bangor by Skowhegan. George’s goal total surpasses the previous mark of 52 held by older brother Dylan George. The 11-0 Rams have yet to be scored upon this season. Tom Bearor netted two goals while Luke Hettermann, Phil Frost and Cody Cormier each added a goal. Connor Griffin, Jack Stacey, Clark Noonan and Brandon Landry each had an assist. Bud Angst faced no shots on goal. Nick McCann made eight saves on 22 shots for the 0-10-1 Indians. JV: Bangor 2-0

Orono 2, Dexter 1 (2OT)

At Orono, Sean Kilpatrick knocked home a Nikolai Renaldo pass with 57 seconds left in the second overtime to lift Orono past Dexter. Dan Lesser converted a penalty kick for the 12-1 Red Riots. A.J. Coleman saved seven of eight shots. Will Pearsall scored with Corbin Bilodeau getting the assist for 6-7 Dexter. Nathan Wyman stopped 14 of 16 shots.

Shead 6, East Grand 0

At Eastport, Tim Barnes and Tyler Mitchell scored two goals apiece to power Shead by East Grand of Danforth. Caleb Ricker and Tommy Collins each added a goal for the 7-5 Tigers. Brennin Consalvi grabbed an assist while Nick Vinson and Ethan Stevens combined for six saves on eight shots. Abe Brittain and Alex Brittain combined for 13 saves on 26 shots for the 1-6-1 Vikings.

DI-Ston. 1, Sumner 0 (2OT)

At Deer Isle, Tobias Schulze scored an unassisted goal with 1:29 remaining in the second overtime to lift the host Mariners to the win. Joe Carter stopped all three shots for the 9-2-1 Mariners. Brendan Tenney came up with 23 saves on 24 shots for 4-10 Sumner of East Sullivan.

Caribou 3, Hermon 0

At Caribou, Cameron Anderson netted two goals in the first half to propel Caribou by Hermon.

Chad Caverhill chipped in with a goal for the 6-2-3 Vikings. Ben Blackstone grabbed two assists while Garrett Jordan stopped all five shots he faced. Justin Cullens made five saves on 10 shots for the 5-7 Hawks. JV: Hermon 2-1 (2OT)

GIRLS SOCCER

Presque Isle 3, Mattanawcook 0

At Presque Isle, Chandler Guerrette netted all three goals in the second half to propel undefeated Presque Isle by Mattanawcook Academy of Lincoln. Chelsea Nickerson assisted on all three goals for the 12-0 Wildcats. Kelsey Park and Rilee Elliott-Curry combined to block one shot. Taylor Blood made 16 saves on 20 shots for the 2-9 Lynx. JV: PI 7-0

Caribou 1, Hermon 0

At Caribou, Jenna Selander scored the game’s only goal on a direct kick in the second half to lift Caribou by Hermon. Brittany Doak made eight saves on 11 shots for the 8-3-1 Vikings. Sara Bishop stopped 16 of 29 shots for the 1-9-1 Hawks. JV: Caribou 2-0

Bangor Christian 8, Katahdin 1

At Stacyville, Demelza Ramirez scored three goals in the first 20 minutes of the game to spark Bangor Christian by Katahdin. Katherine Bragg added two goals in the second half for the 5-5-1 Patriots. Meredith Bean, Whitney Holmes and Morgan Murray each chipped in with a goal. Holmes grabbed two assists while Emma Johnson and Ramirez each had one. Sam Martin made seven saves on 10 shots. Doni Beth Cyr scored the lone goal for the 1-9 Cougars. Makayla Patterson stopped 17 of 27 shots.

DI-Stonington 4, Sumner 0

At Deer Isle, Britney Jones knocked in two goals as Deer Isle-Stonington blanked Sumner of East Sullivan. Esther Adams and Meaghan Robinson added goals for the 7-4-2 Mariners. Chelsea Brown came up with all four shots. Kelsey Turner had 14 saves on 18 shots for 0-12 Sumner.

Shead 3, East Grand 0

At Eastport, Destiny Barnes had two goals while Kirby McPhail added another as Shead blanked East Grand of Danforth. Cassandra Stanhope and Kristie Conti combined to save all five shots for 4-8 Shead. Kim Armstrong came up with 23 saves on 34 shots for 0-9-1 East Grand.

FIELD HOCKEY

Hermon 2, Old Town 1

At Old Town, Taylor Buck scored an unassisted goal late in the second half to propel Hermon past Old Town. Lauren Tara added a first-half goal for the 4-10 Hawks. Jamie Roy had 13 saves on 14 shots. Alexa Dufour scored for 1-12 Old Town, with Kayla Dupant getting the assist. Danyle Boober came up with 11 stops on 13 shots.

Bangor 1, Lawrence 0

At Bangor, Brianna Tocci scored the only goal of the game with 21:47 remaining in the first half to lead Bangor by Lawrence of Fairfield. Hillary Throckmorton grabbed the assist for the 9-5 Rams. Melissa Mower stopped all nine shots she faced. Emily Lambert made four saves on five shots for the 5-7-2 Bulldogs. JV: Bangor 3-1

Foxcroft 1, Dexter 0

At Dover-Foxcroft, Bekah Flanders scored with 8 minutes left in regulation to lift Foxcroft over Dexter. Mariah Arno assisted on the goal for the 11-3 Ponies. Cassie Curtis saved all five shots. Maicee Gustin had three saves on four shots for 11-3 Dexter. JV: Dexter 1-0

Camden Hills 3, Rockland 0

At Camden, Hillary Gordon scored a goal and tallied an assist as Camden Hills shut out Rockland. Kayla Hart and Monica Doucette each added a goal for the 6-7-1 Windjammers. Maci Heal chipped in with an assist. Sarah Nason stopped the only shot she faced. McKyla Follett made 17 saves on 20 shots for the 4-10 Tigers. JV: CH 5-0

Belfast 8, Lincoln Acad. 0

At Belfast, Casey James notched two goals as Belfast cruised past Lincoln Academy of Newcastle. Ashland Hall, Crystle Kirby, Sasha Small, Paige Kelley, Renna Smith and Britt Mellor each added a goal for the 8-5-1 Lions. Kristi Osgood had two assists while Sam Marston, Lauren Rice and Helene Wallace each had one. Sierra Wood and Julia Ward combined two stop both shots they faced. Grace Bibber made 25 saves on 33 shots for the 0-14 Eagles.

COLLEGE

FOOTBALL

Springfield 39, Husson 14

At Springfield, Mass., quarterback Josh Carter ran for 62 yards and two touchdowns while passing for 98 more and another TD as Springfield rolled past Husson. The Pride, the top rushing team in the country, piled up 315 yards on the ground while outgaining the Eagles of Bangor 413 to 172 overall. Carter opened the scoring with a one-yard TD run in the first quarter, but Ramael Barton returned a fumble 25 yards for a score to help Husson tie it. Springfield took a 21-7 lead into halftime thanks to TD runs by Mark Safer and Carter. Alex Mendez led the Pride with 107 rushing yards while Tim Brady had four catches, including a 49-yard touchdown. Justin Lindie paced Husson with 45 yards rushing and a touchdown while Jack Hersom finished 7-for-16 passing for 49 yards and two interceptions.

Williams 31, Bates 7

At Williamstown, Mass., the Ephs pulled away from a 7-7 first-quarter tie to cruise past Bates of Lewiston. Williams piled up 484 yards of offense while holding the Bobcats to 235. Bates’ lone touchdown came on a Tom Beaton four-yard run in the first quarter. Brett McAllister paced the Bobcats defensively with 14 tackles, including 10 solo stops.

Colby 16, Wesleyan 13 (OT)

At Middletown, Conn., the visiting Mules from Waterville scored all 16 of their points in the fourth quarter and overtime to rally from a 13-0 deficit and post the win over Wesleyan. Spencer Merwin put Colby on the board with 14:54 to play, hauling in a 7-yard TD pass from Nick Kmetz, and Michael Cuqua’s run from two yards out tied it with 4:15 remaining. David Bendit’s extra point was no good, sending the clubs into overtime. He made amends in the extra session, booting a 22-yard field goal and Colby’s defense held on from there. Kmetz led Colby’s rushing attack with 52 yards on 16 carries while Kmetz finished 21-32 passing for 197 yards and a touchdown. Shea Dwyer led Wesleyan with 59 yards rushing while Joe Giaimo and Greg McDonough recorded first-half TD runs.

Tufts 25, Bowdoin 22 (OT)

At Medford, Mass., Adam Auerbach booted a 37-yard field goal in the final seconds of regulation to send it to overtime and hit a 35-yarder in OT to lift Tufts over Bowdoin. Pat Noone paced the Polar Bears offensively with 140 rushing yards on just 10 carries and two touchdowns while Oliver Kell passed for 219 more, completing 21 of 35 attempts for two touchdowns.

CLUB FOOTBALL

Maine 15, Woonsocket 6

At Woonsocket, R.I., Scott Siviski had three interceptions among five forced turnovers by the University of Maine Club Football team in its victory over the Woonsocket Wardogs. Mark Ensworth’s 26-yard touchdown catch from Brett Davison capped off a 5-play, 85-yard drive in the first quarter for the Black Bears. Brady Keezer had a 30-yard touchdown catch from Davison in the fourth quarter to provide some breathing room.

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