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BDN score reporting guidelines

For the following high school sports, submit scores and highlights directly through our website here: http://bangordailynews.com/sports/scores/.

Click on “report score” next to your game in the schedule:

To submit scores for all other sports not listed above, including high school and college, email bdnsports@bangordailynews.com.

For all sports:

  • Provide information for both teams.
  • Use first and last names of all athletes.
  • Submit information in paragraph format.
  • Do not make lists or submit items with tabs.

 Tips for score reporting

WINTER

High school basketball
Add key highlights of the game along with the leading scorers for each team. Also, add other stat leaders such as assists, rebounds and steals. (OPTIONAL: Add a linescore for score by quarters and a scoring summary for all players.)

Visiting team: John Doe 4-2-12, Joe Smith 3-0-6 … and so on for all players who played in the game.

Home team: John Jones 4-2-10, Dick Smith 3-0-6 … and so on for all players who played in the game.

Team 10 30 50 65

Team 12 34 54 70

3-point goals: Doe 2 


High school hockey

Add key highlights of the game along with goal scorers and assists for each team. Also, list each team’s goalie and their number of saves.


Skiing

Follow the format in the following example:

At Hermon Mountain

Slalom

Hampden Girls 20, John Bapst 28, Mattanawcook 76

1. Julia Hidu (HA), 48.42; 2. Evelyn Thompson (HA), 51.95; 3. Caprice Stevens (LA), 59.04; 4. Katie Ward (JBHS), 1:00.78; 5. Jessica Moore (JBHS), 1:01.44; 6. Christina Long (JBHS), 1:02.34; 7. Isabelle Daigle (BHS), 1:02.41; 8. Sarabeth Miller (HA), 1:05.56; 9. Kamilla Skjauff (HA), 1:07.97; 10. Mirah Priest (PCHS), 1:08.70; 11. Annie Rich (FA), 1.17; 12. Nicole Richards (MA), 1:13.23; 13. Madi Koos (JBHS), 1:14.18; 14. Molly Banks (LA), 1:14.96; 15. Juliette Alsberge (HA), 1:17.72.


Swimming

Follow the format in the following example:

At Old Town

Old Town girls 97, Belfast 86

200 Medley Relay: 1. Belfast ‘A’ (Jane Doe, Jane Doe, Jane Doe, Jane Doe), 2:15.12; 2. Old Town, 2:15.40; 3. Old Town ‘B,’ 2:29.77; 4. Belfast ‘B,’ 2:43.19.

200 Freestyle: 1. Jane Doe (B), 2:22.89; 2. Jane Doe (OT), 2:31.66; 3. Jane Doe (OT), 2:32.16; 4. Jane Doe (OT), 2:38.09; 5. Jane Doe (B), 2:42.02; 6. Jane Doe (B), 2:49.98.

1-meter Diving: 1. Jane Doe (B), 127.70; 2. Jane Doe (OT), 84.85; 3. Jane Doe (B), 74.20.


Track & field

Follow the format in the following example, and repeat for each event:

At UMaine, Orono

Hampden boys 142, Old Town 64, Central 54, MDI 50, Orono 45, Mattanawcook 40, John Bapst 25

4×880: 1. MDI (John Doe, John Doe, John Doe, John Doe), 9:30.37; 2. Hampden, 9:40.06; 3. Central, 9:51.58.

55 Hurdles: 1. John Doe (HAM), 8.45; 2. John Doe (MAT), 8.76; 3. John Doe (CEN), 8.85; 4. John Doe (HAM), 8.95; 5. John Doe (ORO), 9.28; 6. John Doe (MDI), 9.57.

1 Mile: 1. John Doe (HAM), 4:54.54; 2. John Doe (OT), 4:55.55; 3. John Doe (MDI), 4:56.89; 4. John Doe (JB), 5:03.63; 5. John Doe (MDI), 5:18.43; 6. John Doe (OT), 5:34.22.

Long Jump: 1. John Doe (ORO), 20-10.75; 2. John Doe (HAM), 19-00.25; 3. John Doe (CEN), 18-01; 4. John Doe (OT), 17-06.50; 5. John Doe (ORO), 17-05; 6. John Doe (ORO), 17-04.25.


Wrestling

Follow the format in the following example, and repeat for each weight class:

At Caribou

Caribou 45, Fort Kent 35

106: John Doe (Ca) dec. John Smith 12-4

113: Joe Jones (FK) pinned Jim Doe, 3:42

120: John Doe (Ca) tech. fall Joe Joes 18-3


Youth hockey

Provide age group, date of game, where it was played, final score. Include first and last names of all goal scorers.

PEEWEE

At Colisee, Lewiston

Sunday

Bangor White 6, Junior Pirates 4

Bangor goals: Alex Walls 3, Nicholas Boudreau 3; goalie: A.J. Meo; Pirates: Gage Doucette, Ryan Davis 2, Ben Lane; goalie: Thomas Brochu


 SPRING/SUMMER

Softball and baseball

Provide top hitters and pitching stats for both teams as well as each team’s record. Add game highlights such as how runs were scored and who had key hits in an inning. Also, if possible, include the linescore, with pitchers and catchers for each team.

Follow the format in the following example:

Visiting team 000 002 2 — 4 8 1

Home team 001 001 3 — 5 9 1

Smith, Jones (4) and Miller; Jones and Smith

Batter up (youth baseball and softball)

Provide the first and last names of players of both teams. Identify the top hitters for both teams (maximum four per team) and the winning pitcher. Top hitters are players with an extra base hit or two or more hits, up to four players per team.

Follow the format in the following example:

At Bangor East

Webber 12, Harley the Plumber  2

Webber top hitters: John Doe single, double, triple; Joe Smith 2 singles, double; winning pitcher: Dave Smith. Harley top hitters: John Jones double, Joe Doe 2 singles.


Golf

Provide where event is held, its title, first and last name of competitors and scores after the names. Compile results in paragraph form. Do not make lists or use tabs.

For places, use: 1., 2., 3.; do not use: First, second, third. For pins, use: No.; do not use: #. For pins, use: hyphen for feet, inches — 12-7; do not use: apostrophes –12’7”. For holes-in-one, include date of hole-in-one, hole, hole yardage, club used and hometowns of golfers. Email submission to bdnsports@bangordailynews.com.

Follow the format in the following example:

At Kebo Valley GC

Individual Sweeps: Gross: 1. Paul Hodgkins 78, 2. Robin MacLeod 79; Net: 1. Frank Doyle 66, 2. Dick Collier 68; Best Ball: Gross: 1. Paul Hodgkins 69, 2. Robin MacLeod 70; 3. Dan Sargent, Roy Miller 72; Net: 1. Paul Hodgkins, Frank Doyle 60, 2. Robin MacLeod, Frank Doyle 62; Pins: No. 6 Kevin Walton 30-8; No. 15 Gary Seavey 12-7.


Tennis

Each match should list the team score with records and the results of each match, singles and doubles with first and last name of each competitor, their school and the score.

Follow the format in the following example:

Hampden (3-0) 3, Bangor (2-1) 2

Singles: Joe Smith (HA) def. Joe Jones 8-6, John Doe (B) def. John Jones 8-2, John Smith (HA) def. Joe Doe 8-4; doubles: Jim Miller-Joe Jones (HA) def. John Doe-John Jones 8-6, Steve Smith-Scott Doe (B) def. Joe Jones-John Miller 8-6.


Track & field

Follow the format in the following example:

At UMaine, Orono

Hampden boys 142, Old Town 64, Central 54, MDI 50, Orono 45, Mattanawcook 40, John Bapst 25

4×880: 1. MDI (John Doe, John Doe, John Doe, John Doe), 9:30.37; 2. Hampden, 9:40.06; 3. Central 9:51.58.

55 Hurdles: 1. John Doe (HAM), 8.45; 2. John Doe (MAT), 8.76; 3. John Doe (CEN), 8.85; 4. John Doe (HAM), 8.95; 5. John Doe (ORO), 9.28; 6. John Doei (MDI), 9.57.

1 Mile: 1. John Doe (HAM), 4:54.54; 2. John Doe (OT), 4:55.55; 3. John Doe (MDI), 4:56.89; 4. John Doe (JB), 5:03.63; 5. John Doe (MDI), 5:18.43; 6. John Doe (OT), 5:34.22.

Long Jump: 1. John Doe (ORO), 20-10.75; 2. John Doe (HAM), 19-00.25; 3. John Doe (CEN), 18-01; 4. John Doe (OT), 17-06.50; 5. John Doe (ORO), 17-05; 6. John Doe (ORO), 17-04.25.


Road racing

Provide where event is held and name of event. Compile results in paragraph form. Do not make lists or use tabs. For places, use: 1. Name time. Email submission to bdnsports@bangordailynews.com.

Follow the format in the following example:

37th Annual Tour Du Lac

At Bucksport, 10 miles  

1. Louie Luchini 55:57, 2. Erik McCarthy 57:25, 3. Eric Mauricette 58:41, 4. Matt Homich 1:01:31, 5. Wes Danforth 1:04:31, 6. Tim Tunney 1:05:29, 7. David Doore 1:06:31, 8. Peter Lodge 1:07:25, 9. Stephen Whalen 1:08:30, 10. Christopher Jones 1:09:26, 11. Kristine Guaraldo 1:10:28, 12. Robert Shea 1:12:02, 13. Scott Potter 1:12:10, 14. Greg O’Connor 1:12:52, 15. Ryan King 1:13:05, 16. Thomas Sherman 1:13:54, 17. Gerald Coleman 1:13:56, 18. Allison Dorko 1:14:15, 19. John Peckenham 1:15:03, 20. Dave Farrar 1:16:43, 21. Phoebe Peckenham 1:16:54, 22. Larry Deans 1:17:21, 23. Miranda Monk 1:17:26, 24. Ashley Robinson 1:17:29, 25. Matt Fuller 1:17:30.


 FALL

Soccer, field hockey

Provide each team’s record, the first and last names of players mentioned for each team, and key highlights from the game. Provide the goals and assists for each team, total shots, and total saves for each goalkeeper.

Follow the format in the following example:

Fort Kent 3, Houlton 2

At Houlton, Danielle Pelletier scored with 5:56 left to give Fort Kent its victory over the Shiretowners.

Fort Kent (3-1) took a 2-0 halftime lead with two goals by Alexis Desjardins, one on a direct kick and one on a penalty kick with 29 seconds left in the half.

Houlton (1-1) rallied behind two second-half goals by Natalie Hill. Alana Pratt and Katie Condon each chipped in with an assist for Houlton.

Fort Kent goalkeeper Alexa Pelletier made 11 saves on 14 shots. Marina Cameron and Tanika Toby combined to make seven saves on 11 shots for Houlton.


Football

Provide each team’s record, the first and last names of players mentioned for each team, and key highlights from the game. Provide a scoring summary for each team’s touchdowns, extra points and field goals. Also, if possible, include a linescore and stats of leading players.

Follow the format in the following example:

Stearns 28, Washington Acad. 18

At Millinocket, the Minutemen picked off two passes in the fourth quarter, including a 65-yard return for a touchdown by Jordan Morrow, as Stearns defeated the Raiders.

Ryan Hibbs scored three touchdowns and racked up 104 yards rushing on 16 carries for the Minutemen.

Hibbs started the scoring for Stearns as he punched in a touchdown from 4 yards out in the first quarter. The Minutemen converted the two-point conversion as Mark Ryan tossed the ball to Riley Whitney.

Washington Academy responded in the second quarter when Nick Tineo connected with Marc Farnesworth on a 43-yard touchdown pass. However, the Raiders failed on the two-point conversion, and Stearns headed into halftime ahead 8-6.

Hibbs struck again in the third as he broke a 15-yard touchdown rush and then converted the two-point attempt.

Micah McBrime added back-to-back touchdowns for Washington Academy to start the fourth quarter, making the score 18-16 in favor of the Raiders.

Hibbs responded again for the Minutemen as he scampered into the end zone from 16 yards out with 1:20 left in the game, giving Stearns a 22-18 lead.

Morrow sealed the deal for 4-4 Stearns as he picked off the 2-6 Raiders and returned it for a score.

Nick Tineo finished 11-for-23 passing for 191 yards and a touchdown for the Raiders.

Stearns        8 0 8 12 — 28

Wash. Acad. 0 6 0 12 — 18


High school cross-country

Provide site of meet, distance of course. Provide boys team scores, followed by results of all runners in paragraph form with name (school) time. Provide girls team scores, followed by results of all runners in paragraph form with name (school) time.

Follow the format in the following example:

At Brewer, 3 miles

Boys Results

Brewer 20, Hampden 30, Orono 40, Hermon 45

1. John Doe (Br), 15:65; 2. Joe Smith (Ha), 16:02; … and so on up to final finisher.

Girls Results

Brewer 20, Hampden 30, Orono 40, Hermon 45

1. Jane Doe (Br), 15:65; 2. Joanne Smith (Ha), 16:02; … and so on up to final finisher.


High school golf

Provide where match is held, and par for 9 holes. Put player scores in paragraph form for each team from lowest to highest.

Follow the format in the following example:

At Pine Hill GC, par 36

Brewer 200, Orono 210, Hampden 220

Brewer: John Doe 36, Joe Smith 42, … (continue list of all scorers).

Orono: Joe Jones 37, John Smith 44, … (continue list of all scorers).

Hampden: John Smith 38, Joe Doe 43, … (continue list of all scorers).

Medalist: John Doe


High school volleyball

Provide where match is held, followed by score of matches with each team’s record given in parentheses. Provide player stats for each team in paragraph form, and use numerals for the stats.

Follow the format in the following example:

At Machias

Machias (3-6) def. Narraguagus (3-8) 25-20, 23-25, 24-26, 25-23, 15-12

Machias: Karina Zellow 33-35 serving, 5 aces, 7 kills, 10 digs; Cody Rolfe 10-11 serving, 12 kills, 4 digs; Alexis Wood 17-21 serving, 5 aces, 8 assists; Jodie Wood 18-19 serving, 3 aces, 5 kills.

Narraguagus: Haley Toppin 21-27 serving, 5 aces, 5 kills, 8 digs; Lyde Worcester 7-7 serving, 15 digs; Karmen Kennedy 7 kills, 2 digs; Katie Crowley 11-11 serving, 10 digs; Frankie Couture 21-24 serving, 3 aces, 12 assists, 3 kills, 4 digs.


 All-star teams

Provide name of league, sport and class. List players in paragraph format by team affiliation, which is in boldface.

Follow the format in the following example:

PVC ALL-CONFERENCE

Class B Softball

First Team Old Town: Megan Cousins, Kendra Hayward, Caribou: Emily Staples, Jamie Martin, Hermon: Abby Burgess, Shaniah Haskell, Sami Schultz, Ellsworth: Ashley Leighton, MDI: Shelby O’Neal; Player of the Year: Megan Cousins: Old Town; Pitcher of The Year: Emily Staples: Caribou; Co-Coach of The Year: Ryan Deprey: Caribou, Jen Plourde: Old Town; Second Team — Old Town: Ashley Abbott, Samantha Martin, Caribou: Kristin Plante, MDI: Hannah Shaw, Ellsworth: Cristin Wright, Presque Isle: Courtney Colligan, John Bapst: Rylee Walker, Hermon: Samantha Milton, Washington Academy: Kassidy Seeley.

PVC Girls Tennis

All-Academic

Caribou: Katie Keaton & Carlee Pinette, Orono: Taylor Gray, Fort Kent: Kiera Caron, Roxanne Pelletier, Stearns: Taylor Lane, Schenck: Ashley Murray, Presque Isle: Bethany Beckwith, Chelsey Carroll, Dani Wolland, GSA: Sotherd Steer, Grace Bugbee, Maddie Theoharidis, Ramsey Williamson, John Bapst: Kelsey Johns, Kristen Krueger, Katie Ward, Sumner: Brianna Fernandez, Deer Isle: Esther Adams, Old Town: Rebecca Gifford, Gaelin Kopec, Hermon: Audrey Cliff, Margaret Pierce, Brittany Overlock, Washington Academy: Jennifer Johnson, Nicole Harmon, Brandely Hodgdon, Mary Hayward, MDI: Julia Christie, Dylan Stillman, Mia Musetti.