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Local sports results for August 1, 2012




BANGOR, Aug. 13

BANGOR — The Bangor High School cross country teams will meet for the first practice on Monday, Aug. 13, 8 a.m., near the tennis courts at Bangor High School. Contact coach Adam Goode at 991-7000 or adamisrunning@gmail.com for more info.


BANGOR — Bangor High School varsity golf tryouts, 9 a.m. Aug. 14, 2 p.m. Aug. 16, at Bangor Municipal GC. It’s mandatory to complete both rounds to qualify for the team, nine holes on the Kelly Nine each day. Brief, mandatory meeting at 9 a.m. Aug. 10 on the Bangor Muni GC deck. For info, contact coach Rob Jarvis 941-0232 or email robjarvis@pga.com

BREWER, Aug. 13

BREWER — Athletes will receive schedules and details on other required paperwork at their first tryout on Monday, Aug 13. Contact the athletics office for moreinfo 989-8629 or visit highschoolsports.net for schedule details. Tryout info for BHS sports (all Aug. 13 unless noted):

Cheerleading, at the Brewer Community School Gym, 4-6 p.m. for base positions; Tuesday, Aug. 14 at BCS, 3:30-5:30 p.m. for fly or back positions; Wednesday, Aug. 15, 4:30-7:30 p.m. for all interested athletes; Cross Country: at Brewer High, 4 p.m.; Field Hockey: 3-5:30 p.m., on the baseball field, interested athletes must provide their own protective equipment; goggles, shin guards, mouth guard as well cleats and sticks; Football: first session 9-11:15 a.m., second session 3-5:15 p.m.; Golf: at Traditions GC, 9 a.m.; Soccer: boys and girls, first session 7-9 a.m., second session 4-6 p.m.; boys at Maple Street field, girls at Capri Street field.

BREWER, Aug. 14

BREWER — A mandatory meeting for Brewer High School athletes and their parents will be held at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 15, at the BHS gym. An athlete’s physical must be on file with the main office prior to any athlete being permitted to try out. Forms are available at the athletic office; other necessary paperwork may be picked up at the main office or at the first tryout on Aug. 13.

CENTRAL, Aug. 14

CORINTH — A mandatory meeting for parents of athletes who plan to participate in any sport at Central High School for 2012-13, 6 p.m. at CHS gym.


DOVER-FOXCROFT — Fall sports at Foxcroft Academy begin Aug. 13; athletes must have contract, emergency card and proof of recent physical; times for the first week are as follows: football, 8-10 a.m., 5-7 p.m.; cross country, 8-9:30 a.m.; field hockey, 8:30-11 a.m.; girls soccer 3:30-6 p.m.; cheering 3:30-5 p.m.; golf 4-6 p.m.; boys soccer, 5-8:30 p.m.


BANGOR — There will be a mandatory meeting at 6:30 p.m., Aug. 7 in the Sekera Auditorium for all students who wish to participate in a fall sport. The meeting will be followed by fall sports teams informational meetings in assigned areas of the school. For more info, contact athletic director Rick Sinclair 947-0313 ext. 157 or atrsinclair@johnbapst.org.

KATAHDIN: soccer, golf

STACYVILLE — All soccer players in grades 6-12 and their parents are invited to an informational meeting at 5 p.m., Aug. 9 at the high school. Soccer practice will start at 8 a.m., Aug. 10 for all high school players who have completed their forms and have had physicals. Those athletes interested in playing on a golf team may contact Katahdin athletic director Phil Faulkner at 365-4218 (school) or 538-6556 (cell).


FAIRFIELD — There is an informational meeting for all student -athletes and their parents/guardians on Thursday, Aug. 9, 6 p.m., at the Lawrence High School gym. Students beginning practices must have a signed LHS Athletic Code Contract, proof of insurance, signed emergency card, and proof of a recent physical examination by a doctor. The forms may be picked up at the LHS main office, Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. For more info, call AD Bill MacManus, at 453-4200 ext 2250 or the coach of your child’s sport.


FAIRFIELD — Students interested in participating in the Lawrence High School fall sports are reminded of the following tryouts dates/times/locations and information: Cheering: Aug. 13, 4:45 p.m., LHS gym; Boys & girls cross country: Aug. 13, 8 a.m.; Field hockey: Aug. 13, 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.; Football: Aug. 10, equipment for grades 10-12, 4 p.m., equipment for grade 9, 5 p.m.; Aug. 13, 7:45 a.m., practice for grades 9-12, 4 p.m., practice for grades 10-12; Golf: Aug. 13, 5:30 p.m., front of school, bring clubs; Boys soccer: Aug. 13, 7 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., LHS soccer field; Girls soccer: Aug. 13, 8:30 a.m. and 6 p.m., LHS soccer field.

MCI, Aug. 1

PITTSFIELD Maine Central Institute will hold a Fall Sports Information Night on Wednesday, August 1, 7 p.m., Wright Gym. Students interested in participating in fall sports and their parents are invited to attend this informational meeting. Preseason begins Monday, Aug.13. All forms necessary to participate need to be completed before this date. Freshmen and juniors are required to have a physical prior to the preseason date. Forms are available in the athletic and business offices; online at www.mci-school.org or at the meeting. For more info contact the MCI athletic office at 487-4461.


LINCOLN — Fall meeting for Mattanawcook Academy athletes and their parents, 7 p.m., Aug. 5, Mattanawcook Academy cafeteria; student-athlete handbook and paperwork will be reviewed; questions and answer session on Impact testing; Impact testing dates scheduled. Impact testing is a noninvasive computerized concussion management test that will be conducted from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Aug. 6-9. Any conflicts call AD Rick Meyers 794-6711.


LINCOLN — All Mattanawcook Academy fall sports tryouts will be held Monday, Aug. 13, starting at 8 a.m. at the school athletic fields. For more info, call the athletic office, 794-6711.

MDI, Aug. 12

BAR HARBOR — There will be a mandatory fall sports informational meeting at 6 p.m., Aug. 12 in the Bernard Parady Gymnasium for all Mount Desert Island student-athletes and their parents. For those wishing to participate in a fall sport, at least one member of the family must attend this meeting in order for the athlete to start practices the next day. For more info, contact MDI Athletic Director Bunky Dow 288-5011 ext. 3327 or bdow@mdirss.org.


Orono High School will be offering sports physicals for any middle school or high school student athlete wishing to participate in a sport during the academic school year on Wednesday, Aug. 8, 8 a.m. to noon, at OHS. Cost $10. Must have parent signed pre-exam formed completed prior to the physical. Checks to: Orono High School. For info, call Mike Archer at 866-4916 or email at marcher@riversidersu.org.


ORONO — Orono High School will hold its Fall Sports Information Night for all parents and athletes on Sunday, Aug. 12, 6 p.m., in the high school gymnasium. A physical, white medical card, and signed co-curricular contract must accompany the athlete prior to the first practices

on Monday, Aug. 13. Contact Mike Archer @ marcher@riversidersu.org with any questions.

PVHS, Aug. 7

HOWLAND — Penobscot Valley High School’s sports information night for fall athletes and their parents, 6 p.m. Aug. 7 at PVHS. All updated physicals and paperwork must be turned in before the first practice. For info, contact PVHS AD Gerald Hutchinson 290-0874.


EAST MILLINOCKET — Schenck High School will have its mandatory sports information night for all fall athletes and their parents at 5 p.m., Aug. 6, at SHS. Athletic policy will be reviewed and all paperwork must be turned in before first practices on Aug. 13. For info, contact AD John Montgomery 746-3511.

SCHENCK, Aug. 13

EAST MILLINOCKET — First fall practices for Schenck High School, Aug. 13, at SHS soccer field, girls soccer 8-10 a.m., boys soccer 4:15-6 p.m., for info, contact AD John Montgomery 746-3511.


BANGOR, Aug. 15

BANGOR — Grade 8 combined football team from Cohen and Doughty Schools, first practice 8:45 a.m. Aug. 15 at the Doughty School; participants must have registration papers on file at their respective schools by Aug. 14. For more info call Cohen 941-6230, Doughty 941-6220 or coach Gary Capehart 990-1378.

Harness racing

Northern Maine Fair

Wednesday’s Results

First, Pace, $2,800

3. Shesapurty Lady, P. Sowers 9.60-3.80-2.80

5. St Patty’s Love, H. Campbell 2.80-2.40

1. You Silly Goose, B. Blanchard 3.20

T-2:01.1; Qu. 3-5, $10.80; Ex. 3-5, $23.20

Second, Pace, $2,900

5. Made of Iron, T. Hudson 2.60-2.40-2.60

4. JB Rose, H. Campbell 3.00-2.80

2. Shesasurething, B. Blanchard 3.60

T-2:01.2; Qu. 4-5, $5.00; Ex. 5-4, $4.20; Tr. 5-4-2, $46.60;

DD 3-5, $10.40

Third, Pace, $2,700

5. Fireball Fred, K. Switzer Jr. 3.60-2.80-2.20

1. Circle’s Sugar, R. Cushing 5.40-2.20

4. Mister Mystic N, C. Nye

T-1:59; Qu. 1-5, $5.60; Ex. 5-1, $6.80

Fourth, Pace, $4,200

2. Fox Valley Seth, H. Campbell 4.60-2.60-2.10

5. Fiesty Baran, R. Cushing 2.80-2.10

1. Always A Contender, K. Switzer Jr. 2.20

T-1:59; Qu. 2-5, $4.80; Ex. 2-5, $9.00; Tr. 2-5-1, $14.00

Fifth, Pace, $3,100

2. J Walking, H. Campbell 10.40-3.40-2.60

4. Mac’s Pride, S. MacKenzie 3.40-2.20

3. Pawnmyshoes, C. Davies 3.40

T-2:02.2; Qu. 2-4, $16.40; Ex. 2-4, $18.80; Tr. 2-4-3, $123.40

Sixth, Trot, $5,000

3. Paradise Magoo, K. Switzer Jr. 6.00-3.40-2.60

1. Janco, R. Cushing 4.00-3.20

5. Organized Chaos, S. MacKenzie 3.00

T-2:00; Qu. 1-3, $4.00; Ex. 3-1, $11.60; Tr. 3-1-5, $159.80

Seventh, Pace, $3,600

1. Sam’s Shuffle, R. Cushing 4.20-2.40-2.10

2. You Belong With Me, K. Switzer Jr. 2.40-2.10

3. M G Frederique, J. Mahar 2.10

T-1:58.4; Qu. 1-2, $3.00; Ex. 1-2, $7.80; Tr. 1-2-3, $18.60

Eighth, Pace, $2,700

4. Real Shiny, K. Switzer Jr. 3.60-2.40-2.10

2. Quartz Bayama, S. MacKenzie 2.60-2.10

3. Sultan of Suede, R. Cushing 2.10

T-1:58.4; Qu. 2-4, $4.20; Ex. 4-2, $7.40; Late Double 1-4, $7.40

Total Handle: $13,662

Thursday’s starters, 6 p.m.

First, Trot, $2,700

1. Bullville Sue, C. Nye

2. Masai Mara, H. Campbell

3. Always A Favorite, S. MacKenzie

4. Tough Broad, K. Switzer Jr.

5. Colombe Dream, G. Bowden

Second, Pace, $2,700

1. Kiss This Rusty, K. Switzer Jr.

2. Hank’s Miracle, J. Mahar

3. A Bit Like Britt, C. Davies

4. Cadie J, C. Nye

5. A Work of Heart, H. Campbell

6. See You Around, K. Hafford III

7. McPfast, S. MacKenzie

Third, Pace, $3,000

1. Ollieollieollie, H. Campbell

2. P H Quick Chick, K. Switzer Jr.

3. Western Bay, M. Cushing

4. Travis McGee, K. Hafford III

5. Fun Zone, R. White

6. Hickory Hercules, C. Davies

Fourth, Pace, $2,700

1. Douglas Road, K. Switzer Jr.

2. Charlie By Far, C. Nye

3. Bonus Miles, C. Davies

4. Noble Suitor, J. Mahar

5. Martiniwith Olives, H. Campbell

6. Bad Kat, K. Hafford III

Fifth, Pace, $3,700

1. Texas Shootout, G. Bowden

2. A Place Out West, M. Cushing

3. Take The Risk, C. Nye

4. Coconut Cove, H. Campbell

5. Scootin Bliss, K. Switzer Jr.

6. Blissfullsreaction, S. MacKenzie

7. Getmeoutofdebt, D. Duncan

8. Perfect Trick, C. Davies

Sixth, Trot, $3,000

1. Town Hall Luc, C. Davies

2. Muscana, G. Bowden

3. The Pan Shot, S. MacKenzie

4. Marry Me Maddie, H. Campbell

5. Omega Angel, W. Brown

Seventh, Trot, $4,200

1. The Windsurfer A, K. Switzer Jr.

2. Im A Mainer, P. Battis

3. Just Dreamin Along, M. Cushing

4. Rivers Edge Jim, D. Duncan

5. Livid Luke, H. Campbell

Eighth, Pace, $3,300

1. Mare Supply, K. Switzer Jr.

2. Woman Manager, D. Duncan

3. Wesgem Princess, M. Cushing

4. Mac N Ernie, C. Nye

5. Mya Papaya, C. Davies

6. Pownal Bay Cooper, H. Campbell

Legion baseball

State Tourney

At The Ballpark, Old Orchard

Saturday, July 28, Play-in

P1: Gardiner 2, Kennebunk 0

P2: Windham 4, Brewer 1


Wednesday, Aug. 1

G1: Saco-Biddeford Savings-Westbrook 5, Fayette-Staples 1

G2: Windham 13, Post 51-Oakland/Fairfield 1

G3: First Title-Portland 9, Pastime Club-Lewiston 1

G4: Bangor 3, Gardiner 1

Thursday, Aug. 2

G5: Fayette-Staples (15-6) vs. Post 51-Oakland/Fairfield (19-3), 9:30 a.m.

G6: Pastime Club-Lewiston (19-3) vs. Gardiner (17-5), 12:30 p.m.

G7: Saco-Biddeford Savings-Westbrook (17-5) vs. Windham (17-6), 4 p.m.

G8: First Title-Portland (17-7) vs. Bangor (20-2), 7 p.m.

Friday, Aug. 3

G9: G6 winner vs. G2 loser, noon

G10: G3 loser vs. G4 loser, 3:30 p.m.

G11: G7 winner vs. G8 winner, 7 p.m.

Saturday, Aug. 4

*G12: G11 loser vs. G9 winner, 3 p.m.

G13: G13: G11 winner vs. G10 winner, 7 p.m.

Sunday, Aug. 5

**G14: G12 winner vs. G13 winner, noon

G15: G12 winner vs. G13 winner (if necessary), 3:30 p.m.

*— Pairings for Games 12 and 13 will not match previous opponents unless absolutely necessary.

**—If 3 teams remain after Game 13 the winner of game 11 receives bye in Game 14.

Northeast regionals: Old Orchard Beach, Me., Aug. 9-13.

World Series: Shelby, N.C., Aug. 17-21.



At Okemo Valley Golf Club, Ludlow, Vt.

2012 Senior Championship

First Round

1 Allan Menne, Poland Spring CC, 32-35-67; 2. (tie) Stephen Diemoz, Montaup CC, 34-34-68, Daniel Wilkins, Five Star Golf Cars, 34-34-68, Michael Worroll, Purpoodock Club, 36-32-68, 5. (tie) Bill Andrews, Portsmouth, 35-34-69, Rusty Gunnarson, Rochester GC, 35-34-69, 7. (tie) Paul Parajeckas, Pleasant Valley, 32-38-70, Rick Karbowski, Auburn Drg Range, 33-37-70, John Paesani, Bay Club at Mattapoisett, 36-34-70, 10. (tie) Kevin Walker, Atkinson Resort & CC, 35-36-71, David Lane, Hopkinton, 37-34-71, 12. (tie) Jim Sheerin, Abenaqui, 37-35-72, Bob Miller, GC at Yarmouthport, 35-37-72, Rick Durocher, Concord, 37-35-72, Michael Baker, Castine, 37-35-72, 16. (tie) Joe Potty, Hopedale, 39-34-73, Larry Gallagher, North Conway CC, 37-36-73, Mike Bailey, Kwiniaska GC, 37-36-73, Richard Molesky, Newport, 37-36-73, Jim Knowles, Highland, 37-36-73, Jimmy Norris, Dedham Country and Polo, 35-38-73,

22. Webb Heintzelman, Turner Hill Golf Club, 34-40-74, 23. (tie) Thomas Cavicchi, Harmon, 35-40-75, Mark Aebli, Haystack GC, 39-36-75, Bob Giusti, CC of Halifax, 35-40-75, 26. (tie) John O’Connor, Far Corner Golf Course, 38-38-76, Dan Diskin, The Overlook GC, 40-36-76, Jim Fairbanks, Nonesuch River GC, 38-38-76, 29. (tie) Stephen Lundquist, Apple Hill, 34-43-77, Bob Darling, Fox Ridge GC, 40-37-77, Mike McBroom, Furnace Brook, 37-40-77, Larry Demers, The Kittansett Club, 37-40-77, Susan Bond, Weekapaug GC, 37-40-77, Dan Gillis, Londonderry 38-39-77


Blind Partner

Gross: Scott Fraser, Mike Allan 75; Duane Hanson, Steve Smith 81; Tom Bryant, Bill Haas 85 (mc) Net: Gary Chessa, Bob King 64 (mc); Andy Anderson, Quintin Allan 64; Ron Landry, Lee Bemis 68; Pins: No 12 Steve Smith 5-3, No 17 Dave Libby 4-8

At Kebo Valley Golf Club, Bar Harbor

Ladies Twilight League

1st: Jill Lewis, Karen McFarland, Jane Boynton 29, 2nd: Nancy Kane, Edi Hall, Layne Cough, Michelle White 30, 3rd (tie): Sue Goodman, Jane Shubert, Hope Lewis 31, Sandy Norton, Edna Bowden, Jacque Fitzpatrick, Bonnie Hoeper 31; pin: No.6 Michelle White 3-0

At Hermon Meadow GC

Men’s Twilight League

1. Mark Pierce, Mike Ferron, Rich Curran +8, 2. Dale Duplisea, Ernie Hein, Jim Wilson +5, 3. Rick Abbott, Rich Economy, Scott Perkins, pins: No.12 Dale Covey 6-8, No.16 Bob Weston 6-3

At Bangor Municipal GC

Twilight League

Best 2 of 3 Ball

Gross: 1. Brian St. Louis, Derek Loupin, Matt Blaine 70, 2. Rob Tiensivu, Shane Burpee, Shane Yardley 71, 3. Mike O’Hara, Darren Dennis, Tom Cavanaugh 74, 4. James Johnston, Mike Pietroski, Richard Hansen 74, 5. Mike Bednar, Peter Baldacci, Bob Anderson 75; net: 1. Dennis Tracy, Rich Russell, Bryce Laslow 60, 2. Dave Crichton, Tyler Stewart, Steve Stanley 60, 3. Jim Greer, Jamie Brooker, John Hoyt 61, 4. Shawn Berglund, Brent Sutherland, Don Becker 63, 5. Nick Carparelli, Roger Blackmer, Rick Monson 64; pins: No. 3 Brent Sutherland 4-2. No. 6 Peter Baldacci 3-1.

At Penobscot Valley CC, Orono

Twilight League

Front 9, net: K.C. Kinney, Kevin Griffin, Zach Means, David Bean, Warren Brooks, Jim Franklin 23; Back 9, net: Rich Gamble, Richard Powell, Jim Conley, Herb Coolbrith, Jeff Hecker 24; pins: No. 4 Warren Brooks 10-7, No. 6 Eric Revell 14-3, No. 14 Jerry Glidden 25-11, No. 16 Dave Gonyar 9-2

At Rocky Knoll CC, Orrington

Ladies League Yellow Ball 2-Ball

Lisa Richards, Joyce Stevenson, MaryAnn Beatham, Nancy Koziol 90; Sandy Meehan, Ellen Libby, Sonja Faulkingham, Barbara Bryant 97; Dawn England, Jenny Williams, Liz Champion, Barbara Joy 104; Courtney Chute, Carol Carew, Bonnie Robertson 105; Jeannette LaPlante, Mary Jo Libby, Laura Wheeler 109

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