Sports results, September 27 – Bangor Daily News

FOOTBALL
Orono 37 at Dexter 22

At Dexter on Saturday, the Red Riots surged to early 14-0 lead on Keenan Collett’s 2-yard touchdown run with 6:46 left in the first quarter and Jackson Coutt’s 1-yard TD 1:18 into the second quarter and held on to beat the Tigers.

Dexter responded with 1:31 left in the half when Zach White ran for a 5-yard TD, but the Red Riots came back in the third quarter when Coutts hooked up with Collett on an 11-yard TD pass with 4:37 left.

Zach Caron came back for the Tigers with a 10-yard TD run with 1:16 left in the third.

The teams exchanged TDs again in the fourth, with Orono’s Tom Lucy rolling to a 42-yard TD and Dexter’s Daytona Gould scoring from the 2-yard line before Orono’s Matt Fowler secured the win for the Red Riots with a 20-yard TD interception return.

Orono (3-1) totaled 220 rushing yards and 88 passing yards while Dexter (1-2) compiled 230 rushing yards and 51 passing.

Or. 8 8 6 15 — 37

De. 0 8 6  8 — 22

1st

O — Keenan Collett 2 run (Tom Lucy rush)

2nd

O — Coutts 1 run (Grace rush)

D — White 5 run (Gould rush)

3rd

O — Coutts 11 pass to Collett (conversion fails)

D — Caron 10 run (conversion fails)

4th

O — Lucy 42 run (Coutts pass to Grace)

D — Gould 2 run (Larson rush)

O — Fowler 20 interception return (Coutts kick)

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BOYS SOCCER
Orono 5 at George Stevens 2

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FIELD HOCKEY
Orono 1 at Piscataquis 2

Sept. 27, 2014, at 10:01 a.m.

At Guilford, Jewel Lamb scored two goals for the Piscataquis Community Pirates to give them the win over the Red Riots.

Lamb’s first goal was scored on a first-half corner off an assist by Miriah Chapman. Orono’s Katie Walker scored on an assist from Holly LaBrecque to tie the game 1-1 at the half.

Lamb scored an unassisted goal early in the second half to give PCHS the lead.

Orono goalie Maiah Cyr had 8 saves on 13 shots, while Piscataquis goalie Sydney Mardenhad 5 saves on 11 shots.

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CROSS COUNTRY
Old Town

65th Old Town Sectional Invitational: Girls JVGirls VarsityBoys JVBoys Varsity

Results - Women
   1 Orono High School            35    3    5    6   10   11   35   41
      Total Time:  1:41:29.38
         Average:    20:17.88
Results - Men
   2 Orono High School            61    1    3   11   15   31   34   50
      Total Time:  1:29:37.05
         Average:    17:55.41

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Sports results, September 24 – Bangor Daily News

FIELD HOCKEY
Central 0 at Orono 1

Sept. 24, 2014, at 7:36 p.m.

At Orono, Emma Honey scored on a Savannah Georgia assist with 6:30 left in the first half for what proved to be the game winner.

Central battled back and threatened to score with a corner shot just as time expired on the clock to end the game.

Central goalie Makayla Boudreau made 15 saves on 16 shots. Maiah Cyr had six saves on seven shots for Orono. Orono is 3-5 while Central falls to 2-6.

JV: Central 3-0

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GIRLS SOCCER
Orono 3 at Dexter 0

Sept. 24, 2014, at 8:56 p.m.

At Jeffrey Parola Field in Dexter, Becky Lopez-Anido scored two goals and Lizzie White scored the other to lead Orono to the win. White also picked up an assist.

Katelyn Richards made three saves on five shots for 5-1-1 Orono.

Tasha Pratt made 15 saves on 19 shots for Dexter, now 4-2.

Sports results, September 22 & 23 – Bangor Daily News

GIRLS SOCCER
Orono 4 at George Stevens 1

Sept. 22, 2014, at 9:05 p.m.
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GOLF
At Katahdin CC, par 36

Orono: Sam Holt 40, Ryan Wells 49, Garry Morneault 53
Medalists: Lucas Shoette, Devon Morin, Sam Holt 40

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BOYS SOCCER
Orono 12 at Dexter 2

At Dexter, Fredrik Linden had 5 total goals for Orono, with 3 in the first half, Maxime Neitshke had 2 goals in the second half.  Other goals were scored for Orono by Nathaniel DeSisto, Evan Kenefic, Jake Koffman, Anthony Bottie and Francisco Silvestre.
Both goals for Dexter were scored by Bailey Spack.

Sports results, September 19 & 20 – Bangor Daily News

FIELD HOCKEY
Orono 2 at Hermon 0

At Hermon, Mariel Hinfelaar scored the first goal off an Emma Honey assist and Elizabeth Fortier scored the second off a Savannah Georgia assist for 1-5 Orono.  Maiah Cyr had 3 saves out of 4 shots including knocking away a penalty stroke for Orono.  Kailee dunton had 5 saves on 7 shots for 0-6 Hermon.

JV 2-0 Orono

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GIRLS SOCCER
Houlton 3 at Orono 1

Sept. 20, 2014, at 1:10 a.m.

At Orono, Natalie Hill recorded assists on goals by Coleen Bouchard and Emily Moores to help the Shiretowners beat the Red Riots.

Mia Hanning also scored for the 4-0-1 Shires.

Becky Anido-Lopez scored for the Riots. Kate Condon made 13 saves on 20 Orono shots and Kaitlin Richards made 4 saves on 11 shots for Orono.

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BOYS SOCCER
Houlton 2 at Orono 3

At Orono, the Red Riots beat Houlton on a well-executed penalty kick by Kam Stockley with 15 seconds left in overtime for their fourth win on the season.

Nathaniel DeSisto opened scoring for Orono with 28:10 left in the half, assisted by Anthony Bottie. Houlton tied it with12:27 before the half on Abe Lorom’s shot, assisted by Grant Connor.

With 23:47 left in the second half, Orono took the 2-1 lead on a direct 20-yard shot by Jacob Fandel on an assist by Anthony Bottie. Houlton tied it with 2:38 left on a goal by Connor Grant, assisted by Noah Blake, to send the game into overtime.

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FOOTBALL
Orono 8 at Mattanawcook 38

Sept. 19, 2014, at 11:26 p.m.

In Lincoln, the Mattanawcook Lynx defeated the Orono Red Riots 38-8.

The Lynx were led by a strong ground attack. Scott Jipson led all rushers with 124 yards. Holden Kimball chipped in with a 100 yard, three-TD performance. Gunner Maxwell also had a 41-yard TD run.

Orono had 154 yards on the ground with Jackson Coutts rushing for the lone Orono score. Coutts also passed for 42 yards.

Mattanawcook quarterback Carter Ward completed 5 of 6 attempts for 112 yards and 1 TD. Edwin Ritchie was on the other end of the 71 yard TD pass.

Garrett Sutherland rushed for 30 yards for the Lynx with Ward capping it off with 18 yards.

OR 0 8 0 0 — 8

MA 0 8 14 16 — 38

CROSS COUNTRY

at Orono September 19, 2014

Orono, Brewer, MDI, Old Town, Mattanawcook, Calais: GirlsBoys – Meet Photos

Girls 1 Orono High School            28    2    3    5    8   10   27   28
      Total Time:  1:35:23.98   Average:    19:04.80
Boys 2 Orono High School 52 1 5 11 12 23 25 32 Total Time: 1:26:22.92 Average: 17:16.59

Sports results, September 18 – Bangor Daily News

FIELD HOCKEY
John Bapst 1 at Orono 0

Sept. 18, 2014, at 8:08 p.m.

Orono’s Kylie Gray dribbles the ball up field during a high school field hockey game Thursday in Orono. John Bapst won the game 1-0. (Skip Hawkes photo MaineSportsReport.com)

At Orono, Madi Higgins scored on a direct corner shot off of an insert from Sam Ballesteros with time expired in the first half for the game’s only goal to give the Crusaders the victory.

Orono had 10 shots on goal, and John Bapst goalie Karen Noble had 9 saves. John Bapst had 5 shots on goal and Orono’s Maiah Cyr had 4 saves.

John Bapst is now 3-3 and Orono is 1-5.

JV: John Bapst 2-0

Sports results, September 17 – Bangor Daily News

GIRLS SOCCER
Orono 2 at Old Town 2