Local sports results for Aug. 6, 2014

Posted Aug. 06, 2014, at 10:33 p.m.

Golf

LOCAL

At Jato Highlands GC

Individual Net — A Flight: 1. Earl Smith 31, 2. Gary Renaud 34; B Flight: 1. Tyler Gardner 31, 2. Shey Gardner 33; C Flight: 1. Steve Proctor 29, 2. Rolly Sirois 32; Pins: No.14: 1. Tom Gardner 8-5, 2. Keith Strange 25-5; No.16: 1. Rolly Sirois 13-9, 2. Mike Faloon 16-6

At Pine Hill GC

Brewer FCU Men’s League — 1.Tim Brochu, Joe Thompson, Scott McDonald, Ray McNinch -7, 2. Adam Doody, Dick Crawford, Brandon Scovil, Steve Cyr -6 (MC), 3. Dickie Reed, Bruce Blanchard, Alan Higgins, Rick Wilson -6 (MC); Pins: No. 7 Phil Reed 0-1, No. 9 Adam Doody 12-2

At Barren View GC

Senior Scramble — 1. Gail Berry, Dick Glidden, Tony French, Chuck Hodge -6, 2. Calvin Beal Jr, Peter Berry, Steve Cates, Gary Willey -5, 3. Jane Hooper, Irv Belanger, Shirley Alley, Frank Gatcomb -4; Pins: No. 5 Ralph Backman 9-0

At Hermon Meadow

Wednesday Evening Scotch Foresome — 1. Mark Alaimo, Dana Gillespie 39, 2. (tie) Ernie Hein, Irene Jacobs 42, Alden Brown, Tony Alaimo 42, Matt Alaimo, Nancy Hart 42, Pins: No. 3 Alden Brown 3-0, No. 3 Brad Holmes 5-3, No. 8 Brad Holmes 21-9

At Dexter Muni

Men’s Twilight League — A Flight: D. Richardson +3½ points, Sean Farnsworth even; B Flight: Peter Murray +6, Rick Sherburne -1; C Flight: Ryan Wilks +1½, Gerry Marshall and Luke Jewett even; D Flight: Don Vosburgh and Bob Wilson +1/2; Pins: No. 13 Sean Farnsworth 20-1, No. 17 Bob Wilson 13-6

Preseason

HIGH SCHOOL

Bangor

BANGOR — Cross country: The first practice for boys and girls cross country will be Monday, Aug. 18, at the Bangor High tennis courts and will run from 3-4:45 p.m. Contact coach Adam Goode at 991-7000 or Bangor High School (992-5500) for more information. Golf: Bangor High School golf tryouts will be held at Bangor Municipal Golf Course on Aug. 18 and 19. Tee times on Aug. 18 begin at 2 p.m. and tee times for Aug. 19 begin at 10 a.m. Contestants will play nine holes each day on the Kelly Nine. Players must have their physical (first-year athletes only) and athletic permission forms completed and either turned into the BHS Athletic Office or with them on the Aug. 18 or they will not be permitted to tryout. All forms are available at BHS or on www.bangorschools.net. Please email coach Rob Jarvis at: robjarvis@pga.com with any questions.

Brewer

BREWER — Brewer’s fall athletic programs begin on Monday, Aug. 18. Schedules can be found on the new athletic website gobrewerwitches.com. Athletes are reminded that all paperwork will go to their coach on the first day of tryouts/practices. Paperwork can be picked up at the BCS office or downloaded from the website. All freshmen and new athletes must have a physical on file prior to participation on Aug. 18. There is a mandatory meeting for all parents and athletes at the Brewer Community School on Aug. 18. Session 1 at 6:30 p.m. is for cheerleading, cross country, field hockey and golf. Session 2 at 7 is for football, boys soccer and girls soccer. Each of these sessions will begin in the Performing Arts Center at BCS. For more information, visit the athletic website or contact athletic director Dave Utterback at dutterback@breweredu.org.

Central

CORINTH — Central High School holds its mandatory sports information night for parents on Aug. 19 at 6 p.m. in the high school gym. Team tryouts begin on Monday, Aug. 18. Field hockey: Monday 5-7 p.m., Tuesday 3-5 p.m., Wednesday 5-7 p.m.; boys soccer: Monday 5:30-8 p.m., Tuesday 3-5 p.m., Wednesday 5:30-8 p.m.; girls soccer: Monday 6-8 p.m., Tuesday 3-5 p.m., Wednesday 6-8 p.m.; cross country: Monday through Wednesday, 8-9:30 a.m.

John Bapst

BANGOR — John Bapst’s fall sports informational meeting will be held Tuesday, Aug. 12, in the school auditorium on Broadway in Bangor. A general meeting starts at 6:30 p.m. followed by team-specific meetings at 7 p.m. in assigned classrooms at the school. All prospective fall athletes must attend this meeting. Contact Rick Sinclair at rsinclair@johnbapst.org for more information.

Mount Desert Island

BAR HARBOR — There is a mandatory informational meeting for all fall athletes and at least one parent or guardian on Thursday, Aug. 14 at 6 p.m. in the MDI gym. Sports physicals will be offered August 14, 15 and the 18 at the high school. All freshmen and juniors must have a physical before they will be allowed participate. For any questions, please call athletic director Bunky Dow at 288-5011, ext. 3327 or 667-3307.

Orono

ORONO — Orono High School’s fall sports parent/athlete information night is scheduled for Sunday, Aug. 17, at 6 p.m. in the gym. Individual sport breakout sessions will follow. The first day of fall sports is Monday, Aug. 18.

Penobscot Valley

HOWLAND — Penobscot Valley High School will hold its annual fall sports informational meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 12 in the high school study hall. The meeting starts at 6 p.m. and players must have an updated physical and all forms turned in before practice starts on Aug. 18. Anyone needing forms can pick them up from their coaches. Contact athletic director Gerald Hutchinson for more information at 290-0874 (cell) or 732-3079 (home).

Penquis Valley

MILO — Team tryouts for fall sports are scheduled to begin Monday, Aug. 18. girls soccer: 7-8 a.m.; boys soccer: 8-9:30 a.m.; golf: 3 p.m. at Katahdin Country Club. Incoming freshmen must bring proof of a physical exam with them.

Canoe racing

At Old Town

Bashabez Run Canoe and Kayak Race

K1: 1. Ray Wirth, 2 minutes, 16.51 seconds; 2. Bruce Weik, 2:21:03; 3. Jonathan Pierce, 2:29:55; 4. Dan Baumert, 2:35:44; 5. Sarah Quaintance, 2:36:54; 6. Ryan Kelley, 3:03:49; 7. Greg Winston, 3:28:13; 8. Quilla Philbrick, 3:46:14; OC-1: 1. Bill Anderson, 2:17:20; 2. Charlie Smith, 2:34:19; OC-1 Rec: 1. Barry Dana, 2:26:43; 2. Greg Soule, 2:36:44; 3. Julie Fitzpatrick, 3:53:44; 4. Gary Fogarty, 4:17:41; OC-2: 1. Clayton/Paul Cole, 2:07:00; 2. David Stearns/Scott Howell, 2:24:46; 3. Matt Hopkinson/Rick Quaintance, 2:32:32; 4. Sasha/Jeremy Miller, 3:16:48; OC-2 Mixed Rec:1. Susannah/Jeff Owen, 2:20:27; 2. Logan Perkins/Ben Pratt, 2:54:06; 3. Lynn Caron/John Scofield, 3:09:23; 4. Leigh Tillman/Stefan Apse, 4:04:41; OC-2 Rec: 1. Tim Pease/Brad Coffey Hampden, 2:31:44; 2. David Carter/Oskar Olsson, 2:43:52; 3. Timothy/Jacob Gallon, 2:48:53; 4. Joe Pratt/Jonathan Wood, 3:01:07; 5. James Haller/Frank Roy, 3:04:56; 6. Ryan/Vince Hamilton, 3:13:17; 7. John Picone/Andy Knightly, 3:44:24; 8. Sally/Bill Blauvelt, 3:49:19; 9. Scott Craig/Shawn Wendland, 3:54:48; OC2-Jr./Sr. Rec: 1. Koa/Rick Farnsworth, 2:31:34; 2. Phoebe/Eric Jones, 2:42:00; 3. Adam/Brian Roth, 2:50:22; Open (War Canoe): 1. Terry Westcott/Chip Loring, 2:03:46; 1. Rod McLain/Tammy Kelly, 2:03:46; 1. Ander Thibaud/Ron Bomberger, 2:03:46; 1. Scott & Sage Phillips/Mary Hartt, 2:03:46; 1. Corine & John Alsop/Marc Ranco/Rod Mclain; Open (K-2): 2:05:44 Peter Lataille/H. I. Hasey, 2:03:46; Alnabe’s Loop (short race around Indian Island): Jr./Sr. Canoe: Brian Galipeau; Mixed War Canoe: Paul Dow; Women’s War Canoe: Tami Connolly

Harness racing

At Topsham Fair

Wednesday’s results

First, Pace, $3,500

1. Clustercuss, H. Campbell 3.00-2.20-2.80

2. Flights Delight, W. Campbell 4.60-5.20

4. Lucky Mac, E. Davis Jr. 8.40

T-1:58.2; Qu. 1-2, 5.80; Ex. 1-2, $12.80

Second, Pace, $2,400

2. Chanteuse Hanover, E. Davis Jr. 16.00-6.80-3.00

6. Gray Single Falls, D. Ingraham 3.80-2.40

1. Hedy Hudson, W. Campbell 3.60

T-2:01.4; Qu. 2-6, $8.40; Ex. 2-6, $30.40; Tri. 2-6-1, $241.20; DD 1-2, $16.20

Third, Trot, $2,800

5. Techwork, W. Campbell 11.80-3.00-2.40

6. Crazy Mike, D. Deslandes 2.80-2.40

3. SBS Commando, E. Davis 2.60

T-2:05.4; Qu. 5-6, $4.60; Ex. 5-6, $14.40; Tri. 5-6-3, $52.40

Fourth, Pace, $2,200

3. Sign of Thunder, K. Switzer Jr. 4.20-2.40-3.60

4. Bonus Miles, W. Campbell 4.00-3.80

5. Red Bullet, D. Ingraham 4.80

T-1:59.4; Qu. 3-4. $8.00; Ex. 3-4, $10.60

Fifth, Pace, $3,000

1. Durable, A. Harrington 12.60-18.40

5. Notin Fancy, C. Nye 10.20-6.40

7. Batonette, R. Lanpher Jr. 28.60

T-2:00.4; Qu. 1-A, $9.80; 5-A, $3.80; Ex. A-5, $12.00; Tri. 1-A-A, $21.60

Sixth, Pace, $3,600

3. Pan Taylor, E. Davis Jr. 25.20-15.40-4.80

2. All Natural, D. Ingraham 3.00-3.40

5. Jim Jam Gigolett, H. Campbell 5.60

T-1:59.4; Qu. 2-3, $10.40; Ex. 3-2, $28.60; Tri. 3-2-5, $234.20; DD 1-A, $4.60; A-3, $6.60

Seventh, Pace, $2,200

2. Stirling Beauty, D. Ingraham 7.60-5.00-3.20

3. Townline Kenya, W. Campbell 3.20-3.20

6. No Faultz, K. Switzer Jr. 3.20

T-2:00.2; Qu. 2-3, $10.20; Ex. 2-3, $12.80; Tri. 2-3-6, $34.00

Eighth, Pace, $4,500

4. Cyclone Night N, K. Switzer Jr. 9.40-5.00-2.40

5. JB Rose, H. Campbell 5.80-2.80

3. Gracie Gracie, D. Ingraham 2.20

T-1:59.1; Qu. 4-5, $18.40; Ex. 4-5, $23.40; Tri. 4-5-3, $64.80

Ninth, Pace, $3,600

3. Cecils Express, H. Campbell 6.00-3.80-2.10

5. Republic of Panama, E. Davis Jr. 5.40-2.10

2. I’m A Lucky Man, D. Ingraham 2.10

T-1:59; Qu. 3-A, $2.20; 5-A, $2.20; Ex. 3-5, $16.40; Tri. 3-5-2, $108.40; DD 4-3, $20.40

Total Handle – $9,750

Legion Baseball

Northeast Regional

At Middletown, Connecticut

Thursday, Aug. 7

G1: Milford, Massachusetts (25-9) vs. Central Falls, Rhode Island (29-12), 9:30 a.m.

G2: Dover, New Hampshire (18-5) vs. RCP (Rocky Hill-Cromwell-Portland), Connecticut (25-8), 30 min. after G1

G3: Bangor (23-5) vs. Cheshire, Connecticut (31-11), 4:30 p.m.

G4: Essex, Vermont (28-9) vs. Middletown, Connecticut (30-15), 30 min. after G3

Friday, Aug. 8

G5: G1 loser vs. G3 loser, 9:30 a.m.

G6: G2 loser vs. G4 loser, 30 min. after G5

G7: G1 winner vs. G3 winner, 4:30 p.m.

G8: G2 winner vs. G4 winner, 30 min. after G7

Saturday, Aug. 9

G9: G6 winner vs. G7 loser,9:30 a.m.

G10: G5 winner vs. G8 loser, 30 min. after G9

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

Sunday, Aug. 10

*G12: G9 winner vs. G11 loser, 1 p.m.

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

Winner Game 9 vs. Loser Game 11

(See Note 1 below) 1:00 p.m.

Game 13 Winner Game 10 vs. Winner Game 11

(See Note 1 below) 7:00 p.m.

Monday, Aug. 11

**G14: G12 winner vs. G13 winner, 1 p.m.

G15: G13 winner vs. G14 winner, 7 p.m. (if necessary)

*Pairings for Games 12 & 13 will not match previous opponents against each other unless absolutely necessary.

**If three teams remain after Game 13, the winner of Game 11 automatically draws the bye for Game 14.

 

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