October 4, 2013

High School Football Roundup

From staff reports

Bangor rallies past Windham, 27-21

Logan Lanham and Dane Johnson combined for 238 yards of rushing and four touchdowns as Bangor overcame a 15-point deficit in the second half to beat Windham 27-21 Friday night in Class A East football.

Liam Sullivan scored three times for Windham, which led 21-6 after driving 68 yards with the second-half kickoff.

The Rams seized momentum when defensive end Jordan Ayer stripped the ball from Sullivan and returned it 37 yards before colliding with a teammate and tumbling down at the 3. That set up a Lanham run of 1 yard to make it 21-13.

A 5-yard run by Lanham capped a 32-yard drive set up by a poor Windham punt snap and made it 21-19 early in the fourth quarter. The two-point conversion attempt failed.

Johnson put Bangor on top with a 44-yard run and the Rams passed for the two-point conversion with 8:36 left.

Windham drove to the 2, but a fourth-down pass fell incomplete.

Both teams are 3-2.


Wells edges Yarmouth

Quarterback Nate Booth completed two fourth-down touchdown passes to Jake Moody as Wells held off Yarmouth for a 22-15 win in a Western Class C football game Friday night.

The Warriors (4-1) moved into the lead for good when Chris Carney returned a free kick for 55 yards for a touchdown following a safety to give them a 16-15 lead with five minutes into the third quarter.

Thomas Lord scored both touchdowns for the Clippers (3-2) on 1-yard runs. 

Kennebunk blows past Greely, 42-14

 Kennebunk High's defense forced six turnovers as the unbeaten Rams overwhelmed Greely 42-14 on Friday night.

The Rams intercepted four passes, with Jesse Shields returning the first 68 yards for a touchdown. The next two interceptions set up two more Kennebunk touchdowns.

The Rams also recovered two Greely fumbles.

Nicco DeLorenzo rushed for 129 yards and two touchdowns. Quarterback Nick Emmons threw two touchdown passes to Larson Coppinger and also scored on a 19-yard run.

The Rams are now 5-0 while the Rangers dropped to 3-2.

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