FARMINGTON (WABI TV5/CW) UMaine Farmington renamed their basketball court “Len MacPhee Court” Friday to honor their former coach.
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
WINSLOW 40, MDI 20
FOXCROFT 34, WATERVILLE 6
DEXTER 18, BUCKSPORT 7
The winner of the Play of the Week this week is Ellsworth senior Jacob Shorey. He finds himself with the ball on kickoff. He’s a fullback and with plays like this he might have earned a spot as the deep guy on kickoffs.
FIRST AND FIVE
OLD TOWN 43
JOHN BAPST 12
MCI’s Willie Moss was hurt in the Huskies game with Bucksport last week…
Former MCI standout Jonathon Santiago has earned a spot as a “Walk on” with the UMaine Football team
George Hale has gives his Gridiron predictions for September 16, 2016.
HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER
ELLSWORTH 2, HERMON 0
Sometimes it’s hard to judge the abilities of an athlete who plays at a small school. But Tyler Welch is just plain good. The junior plays soccer at Bangor Christian.
HIGH SCHOOL FIELD HOCKEY
GARDINER 3, MCI 0
ORONO 3, OLD TOWN 2
NCAA FIELD HOCKEY
BRYANT VS #20 MAINE FRIDAY 4 PM
#3 NORTH CAROLINA VS #20 MAINE SUNDAY 11 AM
UMaine women’s basketball is hard at work gearing up for their season.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 24
JAMES MADISON VS MAINE NOON*
OLD TOWN 1, ORONO 2
Ian Wilson has a new job. The long time track and soccer coach at Waterville high school is the new track coach at Thomas College.
In a little more than two years, John Smith is on the verge of breaking all of the Husson University football rushing records.