Comments for: Top high school football teams hope byes will be beneficial; regional semifinals kick off this weekend

Posted Nov. 07, 2013, at 12:59 p.m.

BANGOR | Nearly a third of the first-round high school football playoff games last weekend produced upsets in the seedings. Four No. 5 seeds — Belfast, Cape Elizabeth, Skowhegan and Westbrook — went on the road to advance, as did No. 6 Sanford, which topped No. 3 South Portland …

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