Sunday, March 9, 2014
From Staff Reports
FRYEBURG — Sean Kelly ran for three touchdowns, and Ross Hogan rushed for a score and threw for another Saturday to lead York to a 47-0 victory against Fryeburg Academy in a Western Class B football game.
Trevor LaBonte was 5 of 5 on extra points and threw a third-quarter touchdown pass to Keelan Hynes for the Wildcats (5-2) against the Raiders (1-6).
Mark McGlashing caught Hogan’s 25-yard second-quarter touchdown throw, and Liam Bonner ran 60 yards for a score in the fourth.
CHEVERUS 49, BANGOR 7: Joe Fitzpatrick rushed for 146 yards on 22 carries and Liam LaFountain scored three touchdowns, including a run of 55 yards, and finished with 74 yards on just five carries as the Stags (7-0) cruised past the Rams (3-4) at Bangor.
LaFountain opened the scoring on a 9-yard run to cap a four-play drive after the Stags recovered a Bangor fumble a little over a minute into the game.
The ensuing kickoff was fumbled by the Rams and recovered by Matt Drouin in the end zone just 11 seconds later.
Cheverus got its final touchdown of the first quarter on a 12-yard run by LaFountain after the first of two interceptions by Kenny Drelich.
Cody O’Brien added a pair of 1-yard touchdown runs for the Stags and Jacob Schott scored on a 4-yard run in the fourth quarter.
Bangor scored on a 30-yard touchdown pass from Xavier Lewis to Jake Fournier that cut the deficit to 28-7 in the second quarter.
WINSLOW 31, FOXCROFT ACADEMY 20: The Black Raiders (7-0) didn’t erase their loss to the Ponies (4-3) in last season’s Class C state final, but made this year’s playoff road a little less bumpy by winning at Winslow.
Winslow clinched a bye in the first round of the Eastern Class C playoffs, and its game next Saturday at Waterville (6-1) will be for the top seed.
The loss was the third straight for Foxcroft.
“We knew this would be a hotly contested game because everybody’s jockeying for playoff position right now,” Winslow Coach Mike Siviski said.
BELFAST 20, NOKOMIS 6: Zach Collier completed 10 of 17 passes for 217 yards and a touchdown to lead the Lions (4-3) past the Warriors (3-4) at Newport.
Collier also rushed for 42 yards and two touchdowns.
“This is a win that we needed,” Belfast Coach Chris Bartlett said. “It’s a big win against a good, physical football team. You want a competitive game going into the playoffs and we got one.”
Noah Kershner rushed for 76 yards and a touchdown for Nokomis.
“They were a hair better than us,” Nokomis Coach Matt O’Connell said.