Comments for: Only five high school football teams remain unbeaten

Posted Oct. 09, 2012, at 6:29 p.m.

Just five high school football teams statewide remain undefeated entering Week 7 of the season after Messalonskee of Oakland, John Bapst of Bangor, Leavitt of Turner Center, Maranacook of Readfield and Traip Academy of Kittery all suffered their first losses during Week 6. Three of the surviving unbeatens are in …

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  • Sectar114

    More great BDN reporting……………….FAIL!!!

    Dover-Foxcroft Beat John Bapst this past Saturday 40-0 to remain unbeaten, and to take it’s place in the 5.

    • Anonymous

      Read the article again and you’ll see two paragraphs on FOXCROFT.

      • Sectar114

        ……….guess they fixed it LOL

  • Anonymous

    Isn’t it interesting that WLBZ2 and it’s controlling “Mothership” channel from Portland – WCHS6, only have Foxcroft Academy rated as the 9th best team in Maine.  It is this type of Portland bias that makes folks in Eastern Maine sick.  Sure they are Class C, but Foxcroft is rewriting every record in HS football that exists.  I would certainly love to see Cheverus or any other “Portland” team meet Foxcroft Academy on a neutral field – maybe in Waterville.  Of Course, even if Foxcroft won that game, WCHS 6 would find a way to name a Portland team as better.  TOTAL lack of respect.

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