Brewer boys soccer stuns Camden Hills in double overtime

 BREWER – The Brewer boys soccer team hosted Camden Hills in their final regular season game with a thrilling 4-3 win over the perennial favorites, in double overtime, on a direct kick.

Camden Hills Charlie Pons, front, attacks the goal with the Windjammers first goal of the game. Brewer's Ashton Reardon follows the play. After giving up the 3-0 lead, Brewer came back in double overtime for the 4-3 win. (Photo by Ron Hawkes/MSR)

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Hawks speed and athleticism propel 3/4 Parsons to big win over Foxcroft

HERMON - Prior to the start of the game, the talk along the sideline was how much bigger the boys from Foxcroft looked compared to the same aged players from Hermon. Once the game got underway at Pottle Field, on the campus of Hermon High School, the hometown boys answered all the size questions as the athleticism and speed of Hermon led the 3rd/4th grade Parsons Hawks to a 40-6 blow out victory over the Ponies from Foxcroft.

Hermon's River Shields (53) heads towards the sideline on his way to his first of two rushing touchdowns during the 3rd/4th grade football game in Hermon on Sunday. Hermon defeated Foxcroft 40-6 in the game. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)

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Rams come from behind to capture win on Senior Night

 BANGOR – The Bangor girls soccer team hosted Mt. Blue of Farmington Friday night at Cameron Stadium for Senior Night for the five graduating players who have spent their high school careers helping to make this years team the powerhouse they are. Bangor had to come from behind to pull out the 2-1 win over a very disciplined team. 

Bangor High School Girls Soccer Senior Night 10-15-2021. (Photo by Ron Hawkes/MSR)

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Hermon romps past Brewer in 7-8 grade Middle School football

HERMON - Wednesday afternoon at the Hermon Rec athletic facility, the 7th/8th grade football team put 40 points on the board as the Hawks cruised past the Brewer Witches 40-12 in middle school action.

Hermon's Kobe Hills (18) gets up to catch a pass during the opening quarter of a middle school game in Hermon on Wednesday. Hermon defeated Brewer 40-12 in the game. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)

Hat Trick from Gallop gives Hermon girls soccer another win

 ORONO – John Bapst hosted Hermon in a make-up match with the Hawks from Sept. 13, at the University of Maine field complex. 

John Bapst keeper, Ruby Dwyer makes a great save as Hermon's Lyndsee Reed attacks the goal. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)

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Hermon 3/4 Walker falls to Lincoln in youth football action

HERMON - Sunday afternoon at the Hermon Recreation fields, the Hermon 3rd/4th grade Walker team fell to a bigger and stronger Lincoln team 24-7 in a youth football contest. 

Hermon's Russell Berry (center) wraps up a Lincoln ball carrier during a game in Hermon on Sunday. Lincoln won the game 24-7. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)

Bangor girls use new fast turf to their advantage

 BANGOR – Saturday morning at 11:00 a.m., history was made as the Bangor High School girls soccer team hosted Brewer High School on the new Cameron Stadium artificial turf for the very first girls soccer match.

Bangors Devon St. Louis taps in a rebound from Brewer goalie Isabella Tanis in the second half, her second of the day. Bangor won the game 7-0. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)

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