October 12, 2012

Football Notebook: Westbrook leads Crabtrees, but tough games remain

By Tom Chard tchard@pressherald.com
Staff Writer

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Ryan Casale


Ryan Casale, Cheverus: Casale, a tight end, scored three touchdowns in a 21-7 win over Bonny Eagle. He had TD receptions of 11, 22 and 2 yards. At linebacker, he had 10 tackles.


Cale Bolig, Westbrook: Bollig scored four touchdowns and two 2-point conversions in a 48-34 win over York. Bollig rushed for 146 yards on 18 carries.

Alex Shain, Sanford: Shain scored five touchdowns in the Spartans' 46-12 win over South Portland. Shain scored on runs of 3, 7, 7 and 6 yards, and on a 60-yard interception.

Nick Leblond, Biddeford: Leblond led the Tigers to a key win, 12-0 over Portland, to keep their playoff hopes alive. He threw a touchdown pass and ran for one.

Alex said there are no plans to install permanent lights.

Traip Academy played a home game against Dirigo last Friday night with portable lights. It was the second straight year the Rangers have brought in lights. Traip is looking to have permanent lights in a few years,

During halftime of the Camden Hills-Nokomis game, the Camden Hills fourth- and fifth-grade team will be honored by the boosters for winning the Maine Youth Football League Jayvee championship.

Mt. View in Thorndike and Medomak Valley in Waldoboro, which has a club team, have played under portable lights this season. 

MADISON NAMED its football field in honor of Art and Carl Rudman, a former father-and-son coaching team, last Friday night. Art Rudman was the head coach from 1981-86 and led the Bulldogs to the 1982 Class C state championship. His son, Carl, was the offensive coordinator in those years, then took over as head coach from 1987-94. He guided Madison to state titles in 1988, '89 and '94.

Art Rudman became the head coach at Cheverus for a brief time after leaving Madison. 

JARED JENSEN of Brunswick has rushed for 768 yards more than the second-place rusher in Eastern Class A. Jensen also has carried the ball twice as much.

Jensen has gained 1,554 yards on 164 carries in six games. Corey MacKenzie of Messalonskee has 786 yards on 76 carries. Jensen has scored 16 touchdowns.

Cony quarterback Ben Lucas has thrown for 1,525 yards and 22 touchdowns.

His teammate, Chandler Shostak, has benefited from Cony's aerial offense with 417 yards receiving on 29 catches, with 10 touchdowns.

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