Sunday, October 20, 2019

Hills scores six TD's as Hermon 5/6 Gold runs past Newport

HERMON - Earlier in the season, the Hermon 5th/6th grade Gold football team played Newport to a 0-0 score through three quarters. In the fourth quarter, Newport found the end zone with under three minutes to play and won the game 8-0. Fast forward to Sunday afternoon, and Hermon was a different team. Led by Kobe Hills with six touchdowns, the Hawks romped to a 50-22 win in what was called by more than one coach "our best game of the season."

 Hermon's Kobe Hills (right) keeps an eye on a Newport defender during a 5th/6th grade game in Hermon on Sunday. Hills scored six touchdowns as Hermon won the game 50-22. 
(Photo by Skip Hawkes)

Saturday, October 19, 2019

Hermon 3rd/4th grade football blanks Brewer

HERMON - It was another team effort for the Hermon 3rd/4th grade Gold football team on Saturday, as six different players scored in the Hawks 47-0 win over the Brewer Witches at the Hermon Recreation field on Saturday afternoon.

Hermon's Tommy Largay (3) heads up field ahead of a Brewer defender during during a game in Hermon on Saturday. The Hawks won the game 47-0 over Brewer. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)

Bangor field hockey advances in playoffs with win over Lewiston

BANGOR – The #8 Bangor field hockey team fought off a determined #9 Lewiston squad Saturday afternoon, under clear skies and sunshine, with a 3-2 win to advance in the Maine Principals’ Association 2019 Maine High School Field Hockey tournament. 

Bangor's Claire Pellegrino, celebrates her goal with teammates, Madison Arno (6), Genevieve Sychterz (4), and Meaghan Caron (5). Photo by Ron Hawkes)

Monday, October 14, 2019

Coyotes field hockey blanks Orono

ORONO - Senior Recognition Day did not go quite as planned for the Orono Red Riots on Monday afternoon, as the Old Town Coyotes played a dominating game en route to a 4-0 victory at Orono High School. Orono celebrated and recognized seniors Krista Bass, Katherine Bettens, and Laura Daumerie.

 Old Town's True Jemyni (11) watches as her shot slips past Orono goalkeeper Riley Andre during the first half of a game in Orono on Monday. Old Town won the game 4-0. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)

Thursday, October 10, 2019

In Battle of Rams; Cony comes out on top over Bangor on Senior day

BANGOR – The Bangor High School field hockey team hosted Cony of Augusta today in its fourth consecutive home game. Unfortunately for the Bangor girls today was like the past three, all losses, as the Rams of Cony took home a 5-1 win over the Rams of Bangor.
Eight seniors on this year's Bangor High School Field Hockey team. (Photo by Ron Hawkes) (Editors note: I do not know the lady's name that made these photos but they were beautiful.)
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Tuesday, October 8, 2019

Wiles leads Lady Chargers to win over Bangor Christian

GLENURN - Tuesday afternoon at the Glenburn School, Lucy Wiles scored four goals to lead the Lady Chargers to a 5-1 victory over the Bangor Christian Patriots in the final game of the season for the two middle school teams.

 Glenburn's Lucy Wiles (far left) sends the ball high past a number of Bangor Christian players to score one of her first half goals. Glenburn defeated the Patriots 5-1 in the game. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)

Saturday, October 5, 2019

Hermon continues win streak with victory over Nokomis

HERMON - Saturday afternoon at Hermon High School, the Hermon Hawks continued their on going win streak as they remained undefeated cruising to a 4-0 victory over the Nokomis Warriors of Newport in girls varsity soccer action.

 Hermon's Sydney Gallop puts a shot on goal during a game in Hermon on Saturday. Gallop scored a goal as Hermon defeated Nokomis 4-0 in the game. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)

Hampden Academy downs Lewiston on the pitch 1-0

HAMPDEN – The Hampden Academy girls soccer team came through a lot to capture a 1-0 win over visiting Lewiston Saturday afternoon.

Hampden's Eliza Parker, (6), Sydney Hodgdon, (21), and Maya Brown celebrate Parker's goal to give the Broncos all they needed in the 1-0 win over Lewiston. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)
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Brewer football falls in tough matchup with Falmouth/Greely

BREWER – The Brewer football team played good football Friday night, however, the boys from Falmouth/Greely high schools played just seven minutes better in the fourth quarter to capture a gut-wrenching 24-17 win at Doyle Field.

Brewers' Kaleb Bryant lowers his head and barrels into a group of Falmouth/Greely defenders. The Yachtsmen won the game 24-17. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)
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Friday, October 4, 2019

Hermon wins middle school field hockey "B" game

GLENBURN - The Hermon Hawks, after losing 6-0 in the "A" game, picked up a victory in the "B" game with a 2-1 final score over the Glenburn Chargers.

 Glenburn's Mariah Sharrow (behind number 17) scores the only Chatgers goal in the "B" game of the middle school field hockey contest in Glenburn Thursday. Hermon won the game 2-1. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)

Hampden girls use first half to power past Brewer

BREWER – The Brewer Witches girls soccer team hosted Hampden Academy at Doyle field Thursday night under the lights falling 3-1 to the visiting Broncos.

Brewer freshman keeper, Bella Tanis, (23) slides to make a save with a little help from teammate Asinna West, middle, as Hampden Academy's Samantha Quesnel tries to push the ball towards the goal.  (Photo by Ron Hawkes)

Thursday, October 3, 2019

Chargers remain undefeated in middle school field hockey

GLENBURN - The Glenburn Chargers middle school field hockey team continued to dominate their opponents, as they cruised to a 6-0 victory over the Hermon Hawks in a middle school field hockey "A" game on Thursday afternoon. With the win, Glenburn improved to 8-0 on the season.

 Glenburn's Audra Brooks (8) scores one of her two goals in the game during the first half of a middle school game in Glenburn on Thursday. The Chargers defeated Hermon 6-0 in the game. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)