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Football, Sept 10, 2010, Scores and Highlights

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Friday’s Results
Bangor 32, Mount Ararat 19
Biddeford 21, Massabesic 14
Bonny Eagle 55, Portland 20
Brunswick 35, Skowhegan 12
Calais-Woodland 36, Foxcroft 14
Cape Elizabeth 21, York 0
Cheverus 28, Windham 0
Falmouth 44, Fryeburg Academy 0
Gardiner 31, Morse 0
Jay 25, Maranacook 8
Kennebunk 22, Noble 0
Lawrence 14, Edward Little 0
Leavitt 42, Camden Hills 13
Lewiston 56, Brewer 12
Livermore Falls 50, Madison 12
Messalonskee 42, Cony 21
Mt. Blue 19, Oxford Hills 0
Old Town 24, Mattanawcook 20
Orono 20, MCI 12
South Portland 34, Westbrook 22
Stearns 27, Bucksport 0
Thornton Acad. 33, Scarborough 7
Traip 15, Boothbay 0
Wells 54, Lake Region 8
Windham 28, Cheverus 0

    Orono 20, MCI 12
    At Orono, Dominic Mowrer scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to erase a 12-6 deficit and lead Orono past Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield.
    Mowrer, a junior, scored all of Orono’s points. He totaled 262 yards rushing on 16 carries. He scored on a 60-yard run in the second quarter. His fourth-quarter scores were on rushes of 67 and 58 yards. He scored the final TD with 3:20 left. Mowrer also had two extra-point kicks.
    Matt Thompson recovered a fumble in the end zone to tie it in the second quarter for the Huskies. MCI took the lead in the third on a 38-yard scoring pass from Craig Reazor to Tyler Maloon.
    Orono totaled 348 yards of rushing while holding the Huskies to just 72 yards rushing.
    MCI (1-1)    0    6    6    0 — 12
    Orono (1-1)    0    6    0    14 — 20

    O — D. Mowrer 60 run (pass failed)
    M — Thompson fumble recovery in end zone (kick failed)
    M — Reazor 38 pass from Maloon (pass failed)
    O — D. Mowrer 67 run (D. Mowrer kick)
    O — D. Mowrer 58 run (D. Mowrer kick)
    Calais-Woodland 36, Foxcroft 14
    At Dover-Foxcroft, Spencer McCormick scored three touchdowns in leading Calais-Woodland to victory over Foxcroft Academy.
    In their last meeting, the Ponies beat the Silverados 55-6 in last fall’s LTC quarterfinals.
    McCormick scored in three different quarters, all on rushes for the Silverados. He scored on runs of 8, 1 and 53 yards. He also converted two PAT rushes.
    Ryan Cavanaugh scored twice, with runs of 5 and 1 yards.
    Dylan Andrews put the Ponies on the board in the second quarter with a 5-yard scoring run. Foxcroft scored again in the third quarter on a 7-yard pass from Chris Shorey to Kyle Gould.
    Calais-Woodland (2-0)    8    14    6    8 — 36
    Foxcroft Acad. (1-1)    0    8    6    0 — 14

    CW — McCormick 8 run (McCormick kick)
    FA — Andrews 5 run (Andrews rush)
    CW — Cavanaugh 5 run (rush failed)
    CW — McCormick 1 run (McCormick rush)
    FA — Gould 7 pass from Shorey (rush failed)
    CW — McCormick 53 run (rush failed)
    CW — Cavanaugh 1 run (Carpenter rush)
    Stearns 27, Bucksport 0
    At Millinocket, Brandon McLaughlin caught an 18-yard touchdown pass on the last play of the first half and Billy Eurich ran for three TDs in the second half to power the Minutemen.
    McLaughlin caught his pass from Jared McGreevey, and Brandon Bouchard kicked the PAT.
    Eurich posted his first TD on a 5-yard run in the third quarter, then rushed for the two-point conversion.
    Eurich, who finished with 124 yards rushing on 22 carries,  added two 12-yard TD runs in the fourth quarter.
    In addition to his TD pass, McGreevey ran for 122 yards on 16 carries. McLaughlin was also a factor on defense as the safety racked up 10 tackles and two interceptions.
    Gerald Williams ran 20 times for 77 yards for the Bucks and, at cornerback, had an interception. Quarterback Michael Cummings had 64 yards on 13 carries and completed four passes for 49 yards.
    Bucksport (0-2)    0    0    0    0 —   0
    Stearns (2-0)    0    7    8    12 — 27

    McLaughlin 18 pass from McGreevey (Bouchard kick)
    Eurich 5 run (Eurich rush)
    Eurich 12 run (kick failed)
    Eurich 12 run (kick failed)

Lewiston 56, Brewer 12
    At Lewiston, Jeff Keene scored on touchdown runs covering 59 and 71 yards to lead the Blue Devils to their second victory.
    Chris Madden also rushed for a touchdown and passed 71,yards to Cody Dussault for another score as Lewiston build a 41-6 halftime lead.
    Brewer got a 10-yard touchdown pass from Dylan Oxley to tight end Nate Morris in the second quarter, and a 24-yard scoring run by sophomore Dillon Smith in the fourth period.
    Lewiston amassed 378 total yards, including 298 on the ground.
    Brewer had 192 total yards, including 169 on 43 rushes.
    Brewer (0-2)    0    6    0    6 — 12
    Lewiston (2-0) 14    27    8    7 — 56

    L—Madden 3 run (Hird kick)
    L—Keene 59 run (Hird kick)
    L—Keene 71 run (Hird kick)
    L—Dussault 71 pass from Madden (Hird kick)
    L—Turcotte 3 run (Hird kick)
    L—Therrien 47 interception return (kick failed)
    B—Morris 10 pass from Oxley (rush failed)
    L—McKinnon 49 run (Hird rush)
    B—Smith 24 run (rush failed)
    L—Phelan 2 run (Hird kick)

Leavitt 42, Camden Hills 13
    At Leavitt, Jordan Hersom scored two touchdowns in the second quarter to lead Leavitt past Camden Hills of Rockport.
    Ian Durgin and Jake Ouellette also scored on rushes for Leavitt.
    Jacob Powers scored on touchdown runs of 27 and 23 yards in the fourth quarter for Camden Hills.
    Camden Hills    0    0    0    13 — 13
    Leavitt    9    13    6    14 — 42

    L — Durgin 6 run (Cloutier kick)
    L — Frost tackled Downs in end zone for safety
    L — Hersom 13 run (kick blocked)
    L — Hersom 6 run (Cloutier kick)
    L — Ouellette 11 run (kick blocked)
    CH — Powers 27 run (rush failed)
    L — Bedard 13 run (pass failed)
    CH — Powers 23 run (Nason kick)
Old Town 24, MA Lynx 20
    At Victory Field in Old Town, the Coyotes ended a 16-game regular-season losing streak by winning its home opener against Mattanawcook Academy of Lincoln.
    The win was the first since a season-opening victory over Mount View of Thorndike in 2008, and also was the first at Old Town for new Coyotes head coach Steve Calande, who came to the Canoe City this season after serving as head coach at Boothbay for the previous two years.
    Mattanawcook defeated Old Town 85-19 at Lincoln in Week 6 last season.
    Old Town was coming off an opening-week loss at Calais-Woodland, which improved its record to 2-0 with a win at Foxcroft Academy on Friday night.
    The Coyotes will host undefeated Stearns of Millinocket next Friday night.

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