High School


Belfast 58, Camden Hills 8 (exh.)

Bonny Eagle 26, So. Portland 14

Bucksport 48, Foxcroft 12

Cheverus 37, Westbrook 12

Edward Little 13, Brunswick 12

Gardiner 7, Hampden 0

Greely 39, Lake Region 6

Lawrence 27, Bangor 24

Lewiston 29, Cony 6

Massabesic 30, Biddeford 9

Mattanawcook 14, Orono 8

MCI 34, Dexter 0

MDI 35, Waterville 14

Mt. Blue 27, Brewer 0

Skowhegan 30, Messalonskee 6

Stearns 49, Old Town 0

Thornton 35, Scarborough 6

Wells 28, Fryeburg 14

Windham 48, Portland 7

Winthrop 31, Jay 0

MDI 35, Waterville 14

At Bar Harbor, Terrence Jones rushed 11 times for 121 yards and scored two touch-downs as Mount Desert Island defeated Waterville.

Jasper Cousins also scored two touchdowns for the Trojans and he also had 16 tackles on defense.

Nolan Hall caught a 55-yard pass from Tyler Crawford in the third quarter.

Camden Fernald recorded 11 tackles for MDI and Oliver Prior converted all five extra point kicks in his first game as kicker.

Kris Huggins led Waterville with two scoring runs. He finished with 137 yards rushing on 22 carries. He also had five catches for 59 yards.

Kyle Bishop completed 10 of 11 passes for 82 yards.

Bucksport 48, Foxcroft 12

At Bucksport, three-time defending East Class C champion Foxcroft Academy’s size was no match for Bucksport’s speed and quickness.

The Golden Bucks literally ran wild and remained unbeaten with a 48-12 football victory over the Ponies.

Two-thirds of Bucksport’s three-headed monster backfield went over the 100-yard mark, led by Nate Warren’s 178-yard effort on 23 carries. Fellow senior Andrew Findlay finished with 118 on just 11 carries.

In all, the 3-0 Bucks piled up 313 yards on the ground while limiting 1-2 FA to a season-low 83 yards rushing.

The Bucks scored first, ironically on defense despite driving all the way down to the FA-6-yard line on their opening drive. After fumbling it over to the Ponies on the FA-2, the Ponies returned the favor and Robbie McGuire recovered the loose ball in the end zone for touchdown with 8:08 left in the first. The Bucks were never tied or trailing in the game.

Mattanawcook 14, Orono 8

At Orono, Brady Vose rushed 13 times for 58 yards and re-turned an interception for a touchdown as Mattanawcook Academy of Lincoln prevailed in a defensive struggle over Orono.

Kyle Epp added a 10-yard touchdown run in the second quarter for the Lynx.

Orono’s Kash Keezer completed a 20-yard touchdown pass to Mo Garcia in the third quarter. Keezer was three of seven for 42 yards. Blaine Silk rushed 80 yards on 16 carries.

Stearns 49, Old Town 0

At Millinocket, Stearns piled up 221 rushing yards as a team while holding Old Town to negative-12 yards on the ground as they cruised to their third win.

Kurt Hamilton led the balanced effort with 57 yards on 11 carries and a 5-yard touchdown. Charlie Osborne hauled in a 5-yard TD pass from Jared McGreevy while compiling 54 yards on 12 carries. Billy Eurich notched 55 yards on six rushes for Stearns.

Nate Cyr caught three passes for 69 yards and a 33-yard second-quarter TD. McGreevy fin-ished 5-for-10 for 100 yards and two touchdowns.

Josh Stahl recorded 13 tackles and a sack, Charlie Tapley 10 tackles, 1½ sacks, including a solo sack for a safety while Jason Levasseur had two interceptions, including a 50-yard return for a touchdown.

Cody Cross had two catches for 65 yards for Old Town.

Lawrence 27, Bangor 24

At Bangor, Christian Powers scored on a 9-yard run with 1:48 left in the game to rally Lawrence of Fairfield to a 27-24 Class A football victory over the Rams.

Bangor led 17-0 in the first quarter and 24-7 midway through the second period be-fore the two-time defending Eastern Maine Class A champions mounted their comeback.

Ben Violette passed 16 yards to Matt Perkins for a touch-down that cut the gap to 24-14 by intermission, and the two connected on a 20-yard touch-down pass with 18.8 seconds left in the third quarter to draw Lawrence within 24-20.

Lawrence drove to the Bangor 19 before fumbling the ball with 6:11 left in the game, but after forcing the Rams to punt without making a first down, the Bulldogs got the ball back at their 23 with 4:14 left.

A penalty pushed Lawrence back to its 9, but the Bulldogs marched 91 yards in just six plays to take their first lead.

Violette hit Perkins on a 32-yard pass play, and Powers — a reserve who did not carry the ball in the first three quarters — rushed three times for 35 yards on the game-winning drive.

Bangor took a 7-0 lead when Lawrence’s Blair Blaisdell fumbled the opening kickoff and Tyler Pembroke returned the recovery 45 yards for a touchdown.

Kyle Lawson kicked a 26-yard field goal on Bangor’s next possession, and Lonnie Hackett followed with an 8-yard TD run to give Bangor a 17-0 lead with 1:56 left in the first period.

Brock Lawrence scored on a 1-yard run to pull Lawrence within 17-7 midway through the second quarter, but Hackett ripped off a 46-yard scoring run to restore Bangor to a 17-point cushion.

Hackett rushed for 197 yards on 20 carries for Bangor, while fullback Adam Billings added 69 yards on 14 carries.

Violette completed 7 of 14 passes for 125 yards, with Perkins making four catches for 75 yards.

Lawrence led the Bulldogs’ ground game with 68 yards on 13 carries, while Powers rushed five times for 54 yards.

MCI 34, Dexter 0

At Pittsfield, Maine Central Institute broke open a 12-point game after three quarters with 22 points in the fourth as the Huskies shutout Dexter.

Nick Miller rushed 14 times for 130 yards and scored three touchdowns for MCI. He also had two receptions for 52 yards.

Brandon Wilson completed five of six passes for 120 yards and ran nine times for 27 yards. Backup quarterback Caleb Laffalle caught two passes for 66 yards and also completed both pass attempts for 13 yards, including a fourth-quarter TD pass to Nick Cook.

Markus White led the Huskies on defense with 15 tackles and Miller added 11 tackles and one interception.

Boys Soccer

Central 3, Hermon 2

Fort Fairfield 2, Ashland 1

Highview Chr. 4, Chop Point 2

Oak Hill 3, Mount View 2

Old Town 4, John Bapst 3 (OT)

Orono 5, George Stevens 0

So. Aroostook 5, Lee 1

Woodland 8, Jonesport-Beals 1

Southern Aroostook 5, Lee 1

At Dyer Brook, Tyler Robin-son had two goals and an assist as the Warriors improved their record to 3-4-1.

Dakota Sleeper added a goal and three assists for Southern Aroostook, while Nick Tarr and Patrick Goodall also scored for the winners.

Ben Guido scored for 2-2 Lee on an assist from Hector Gutierrez.

Dillon Boulier made five saves on eight shots for Southern Aroostook. A.J. Harris and Gutierrez combined to make nine saves on 20 shots.

Highview 4, Chop Point 2

At Woolwich, Alex Papkov had a goal and assist to lead Highview Christian of Charles-ton to victory.

Ryosuke Yamada, Cody Crooker and Stefan Rowe added goals for the 3-0 Knights. Rowe and Wesley Jones teamed up for 12 saves on 16 shots.

Calvin O’Donnell and Daniel Wiener scored for 0-2 Chop Point. Mike Princiotte saved 13 of 17 shots.

Woodland 8, Jonesport-Beals 1

At Jonesport, Chad James scored three goals and assisted two others to lead Woodland past Jonesport-Beals.

Brad Arthurs also scored three goals for the 4-2 Dragons. Kyle Pike had a goal and an assist and Todd Wormell added a goal. Wormell and Ryan Lin-coln combined for eight saves on 10 shots.

Terrell Carver scored off a Marcus Fenton assist for 0-5 Jonesport-Beals. Sid Look and Travis Alley combined to turn away 16 of 30 shots.

Orono 5, George Stevens 0

At Orono, Brandon Paul scored two goals while Gracen Malave dished out two assists to lead Orono to the win.

Ian Staples had one goal and assisted on another while Lee Hecker and Chris Johnson added goals for the 3-2 Red Riots. A.J. Coleman and Kerry Eaton combined to stop all seven shots.

Nate Hines and Josh Hale teamed up for seven saves on 12 shots for 2-4 George Stevens of Blue Hill.

Oak Hill 3, Mount View 2

At Thorndike, Bryan Soucy scored with 1:03 left in the second half to break the 2-2 tie and lead Oak Hill of Sabattus to victory over Mount View.

Adam Soucey and Zach Lennett also scored for 4-1 Oak Hill. Glenn Allen made 14 saves on 25 shots.

Ben Fox and Kiel Lemeiux scored for 1-3 Mount View. Dylan Keller assisted Lemeiux’s goal. Nick Knight turned away seven of 11 shots.

JV: Mount View 2-0

Old Town 4, John Bapst 3 (OT)

At Bangor, Dan LeBreton’s unassisted goal with 14 seconds left in the first overtime gave the Coyotes the victory.

Tavis Schaefer, Luke Bartlett and Lucas Baillageron added goals and Chad Paradis two assists for 4-2 Old Town. Alex Cadellero had eight saves on 16 shots.

Andrew Casey scored all three goals for 2-2-1 John Bapst. Casey Hull saved eight of 18 shots.

Fort Fairfield 2, Ashland 1

At Fort Fairfield, Travis Noyes scored two second-half goals to lead the Tigers past the Hornets.

Austin Bixler assisted on Noyes’ first goal for the 7-3 Ti-gers, who trailed 1-0 at inter-mission. Austin Dufour had 17 saves on 18 shots.

Stephen Philbrook scored in the first half for 7-2 Ashland. Bobby Gardiner saved 12 of 22 shots.

Central 3, Hermon 2

At Hermon, Jon Daniel and David Lord scored unassisted goals to lead the Central Red Devils of Corinth past Hermon.

Matt St. Peter added a goal and Patrick Byers an assist for the 3-1-2 winners. Cole Haskell had 15 saves on 23 shots.

Jesse Graffam and Alex Pe-derson scored goals while Kevin Tarr picked up an assist for 0-5 Hermon. Jerimy McIn-tyre saved 12 of 16 shots.

JV: Hermon 6-1

Girls Soccer

Ashland 4, Fort Fairfield 1

Calvary Chapel 7, Shead 2

Madawaska 2, Van Buren 1

Penobscot Valley 2, Central 1

Rockland 2, Gardiner 1

Ashland 4, Fort Fairfield 1

At Fort Fairfield, Macie Pelkey scored two goals as Ash-land defeated Fort Fairfield.

Brooke Lebelle and Jackie D’Ozier also scored for the 7-1-1 Hornets. Taylor Baker made four saves on six shots.

Brooke Beaulieu scored an unassisted goal for 5-4-1 Fort Fairfield. Katy Donovan blocked 17 of 21 shots.

Calvary Chapel 7, Shead 2

At University College of Bangor, Jaqueline Veilleux had a hat trick with three goals as Calvery Chapel of Orrington beat Shead of Eastport.

Megan Warman scored two goals for the Sabers. Ashley Pomeroy had a goal and two assists and Jessica Owens scored a goal. Hannah Lacadie provided an assist and Emily Mills turned away eight of 11 shots.

Kirby McPhail scored both goals for Shead. Casey Barnes blocked 17 of 27 shots.

Rockland 2, Gardiner 1

At Gardiner, Novelle Szand-zik and Baillie Boggs scored two second-half goals to help lead Rockland past Gardiner.

Szandzik assisted Boggs’ goal for 2-3 Rockland. Kayla McGuire and Natalie Russell combined for 16 saves on 25 shots.

Ashley Abbot scored off a Stephanie Easton assist with nine minutes remaining in the second half to bring 1-3-1 Gar-diner within a goal. Jen Day stopped 11 of 17 shots.

Madawaska 2, Van Buren 1

At Madawaska, Ashley Cyr scored with 10:10 left in the first half to break the 1-1 tie and lift Madawaska over Van Buren.

Cyr also scored off a Susan Lavertu assist with 30:14 remaining in the first half for 7-3 Madawaska. Stephanie Nadeau made nine saves on 10 shots.

Kelly Vaillancourt tied it at 1-1 off a Lindsay Lajoie assist with 18:49 remaining in regulation for 7-4 Van Buren. Ashley Wilson turned away 12 of 15 shots.

Field Hockey

Dexter 2, Stearns 1

Hermon 2, Central 0

Orono 1, Piscataquis 0

Orono 1, Piscataquis 0

At Orono, Chelsea Wagner scored an unassisted first-half goal to lead Orono to the vic-tory.

Amber Saucier didn’t have to save the only shot she faced for the 3-3 Red Riots.

Brianna Tweedie saved four of six shots for 0-5 Piscataquis of Guilford.

Dexter 2, Stearns 1

At Dexter, Jess Mason scored goals with 28 and 24 minutes remaining in the second half to give Dexter the win over Stearns of Millinocket.

Cally Mountain assisted Ma-son’s second goal for 5-0 Dexter. Sam Conway blocked five of 10 shots.

Molly LeGassey scored an unassisted goal in the first half for 3-2 Stearns. Kirsten Marter made eight saves on 15 shots.

JV: Dexter 2-0

Hermon 2, Central 0

At Corinth, Jaimie Beers and Lauren Tara scored second-half goals to lead Hermon past Central.

Lily Barry assist Beers’ goal for 3-3 Hermon. Jamie Roy blocked all seven shots.

Brittany Cote made nine saves on 11 shots for 3-3 Central.

JV: Hermon 2-0