February 25, 2010

York collects opening victory

— From staff reports

FALMOUTH — Jared Prugar scored on a 23-yard run in the first quarter and a 1-yard run in the fourth as York, which scored 21 unanswered points, pulled away Saturday night to a 27-6 victory against Falmouth in a Western Class B high school football opener.

After a first-quarter touchdown by Prugar, Falmouth tied it early in the second on a 45-yard pass from Zack Alexander to Jack Cooleen.

The Wildcats broke the 6-6 tie when Bradley Stephens scored on an 8-yard run with 6:44 left in the half.

York converted the ensuing 2-point conversion on a pass from Christopher Cole to Oliver Gray to pull ahead, 14-6.

Prugar added his second touchdown in the third quarter and York capped the scoring in the fourth on a touchdown pass from Cole to Dillon DellaPasqua.

GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 28, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 14: Taylor Valente rushed for four touchdowns to lead Gray-New Gloucester at Fryeburg.

The Patriots took advantage of two first-quarter turnovers to score 14 points and led 22-0 at the half.

The Raiders scored 14 unanswered points in the third quarter on a touchdown pass from Jason Stefano to Kyle Fox and an 14-yard touchdown run by Conor Tweedie.

DIRIGO 74, FREEPORT 6: Miguel Beckles rushed three times for 91 yards and a touchdown as the Falcons fell at Dixfield.

Freeport was held to 125 yards.


BIDDEFORD 2, NOBLE 1: Kevin Keneally scored off a Jordan Tran throw-in four minutes into overtime to lift Biddeford at home.

Trevor Singleton scored in the first half for the Tigers. Matt Viadeh tied it with 12 minutes to go in regulation.

Evan McBrearty made 18 saves for Biddeford. Mike Buccieri and Steve Campbell combined on 12 for Noble.

DEERING 2, SANFORD 0: Charlie Dupee and Ian Bussiere-Nichols scored second-half goals, and Pat Bride made eight saves for the Rams at Portland.

Dupee gave Deering the lead 42 seconds into the second half from Godfrey Biancho. Bussiere-Nichols scored midway through the second.

WINDHAM 2, BONNY EAGLE 0: Dylan King scored what proved to be the winning goal on a penalty kick with 21:36 left in the first half and Nick Taylor made six saves for the shutout as the Eagles won at Standish.

Adam Szklany added a goal for Windham with 29:40 left in the game.

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