Comments for: Bangor football aims to regroup after loss to Brunswick; Lawrence up next

Posted Sept. 04, 2012, at 2:38 p.m.
Last modified Sept. 04, 2012, at 3:08 p.m.

BANGOR | Bangor’s Cody Chapman had an impressive season debut for the Bangor High School football team on Friday night, rushing for 241 yards on 19 carries, including touchdown sprints of 98 and 46 yards. Unfortunately for the senior running back and the rest of the Rams, the performance …

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  • Anonymous

    Excuses, excuses,excuses! Sack both Hackett and Valentine today!

    • Anonymous

      No, no, no! You need to sack the other team!

  • Henderson bobby

    Maybe the new $7 million dollar football field will help.  Why is football so important When Bangor high school has one of the highest drop out rates in Maine? 

  • Anonymous

    Coach Hackett is a great football coach and an even better leadership mentor. He was one of the people who made me into who I am today. I have never had a better coach than Coach Hackett, I can promise  you that. I think all my fellow teammates can say the same.

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