Massabesic’s Nate Baert makes a tackle during Friday night’s game against Oxford Hills/Buckfield.

Massabesic’s Nate Baert makes a tackle during Friday night’s game against Oxford Hills/Buckfield.

WATERBORO — The Massabesic Mustangs welcomed in Oxford Hills/ Buckfield on Friday night with the hopes of picking up their first football win of the season.

Unfortunately for the Mustangs, Oxford Hills running back Jake Spinhirn and the visiting Vikings had something else in mind as they cruised to a 34-0 win in Waterboro.

“Oxford Hills did everything they needed to do to secure the win,” said Massabesic coach Brooks Bowen.

Spinhirn ran for 225 yards and three scores, including a 95-yard scoring run in the third quarter.

The Mustangs had their chances, according to Bowen, but were unable to capitalize.

“We shot ourselves in the foot at times with penalties and missing execution attempts,” said Bowen. “I still think we are improving, we just need to play mistake free football and execute when we do.”

Massabesic was led by Nate Baert with eight solo tackles.

The Mustangs will host Thornton Academy next Friday night.

Dirigo 36, Ol d Orch ard Beach 14

The visiting Seagulls found themselves in a 30-6 hole at halftime and were never able to recover as they fell to the host Cougars.

Riley Robinson tossed two touchdown passes and ran for another score in the first half for Dirigo.

Dylan Creswell had a touchdown run for OOB, which also got a touchdown pass from Dylan Boudreau to Joe Anderson. Boudreau would also hit Erik Hogan for a two-point conversion.

OOB (2-3) will host Maranacook next Friday night.

Field Hockey

BIDE FORD 2, DERIN G 1

Hailey Allen scored the game-winning goal 1:39 into overtime on a pass from Paige Laverriere to send Biddeford to a 2- 1 victory over host Deering in an SMAA field hockey game Friday.

Laverriere put the Tigers on the board in the first half, with assists by Amber Magnant and Taylor Turgeon off a penalty corner.

Taylor Wildes made 11 saves in goal for Biddeford, including stopping a penalty stroke with 55 seconds left in regulation to send the game to overtime.

Boys Soccer

Waynfl ete 1, Kennebunk 0

Ahmed Mohamed scored with 17:21 remaining in the second half to give Waynflete a win over the Rams.


Comments are not available on this story.

filed under: