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Changes coming to Maine Sports Report

December 9, 2016

Glenburn – Simply put, changes are a part of life. Sometimes changes are unexpected, sometimes they are necessary, and once in a while, a change is wanted. Such is the case with Maine Sports Report as we head into the winter sports season.

It is time for us to have a make-over if you will, and we will be introducing a new look with a brand new website. We felt it was time while looking at the cost factor, re-classification of Camden Hills Regional High School, and both Ron and Skip joining forces once again to bring you periodic coverage of the Bangor area as well as the Midcoast area.

Here is a link to the new website msrmaine.blogspot.com

Hampden Academy and Brewer High School will be competing with Camden Hills (who is now in Class A), so those games become as valuable to Maine Sports Report as Hermon vs John Bapst or Camden Hills vs Oceanside.

Hermon girls conclude perfect regular season with victory over MDI

October 19, 2016

Hermon – Tuesday night at Pottle Field in Hermon, the Lady Hawks finished off their 2016 regular season with a 4-0 victory over MDI. The win completed a perfect regular season with 14 wins and no losses, and they finished at the top of the Class B North Heal Point standings. Hermon goals were scored by Alex Allain (2), Maddi Curtis, and Allison Treat.

It was Senior Night for the Hawks, and seniors Emily Perley, Brianna Saulter, Sierra Snow, Emi Higgins, Morgan Smith, and Chloe Raymond were all recognized prior to the game.

The Hawks out scored their opponents 69-6 on the season, and they recorded a total of nine shutouts with six of those coming over the final six games on the regular season schedule.

According to the Hermon Athletics calendar, the Lady Hawks will have a playoff tune up game on Saturday at 12 noon at Pottle Field. Hermon will host the winner of the No. 8 John Bapst (10-3-1) and No. 9 Winslow (6-5-3) Prelim game on Saturday, October 22 in a quarterfinal game on Wednesday, October 26.

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Allain hat trick sparks Hermon girls to victory

October 13, 2016

Hermon – Wednesday night at Pottle Field on the campus of Hermon High School, Alex Allain scored three goals to lead the No. 1 Hwermon Hawks to a 4-0 victory over the John Bapst Crusaders in girls soccer action. The shutout was the seventh of the season as Hermon improved to 12-0, while John Bapst falls to 9-3-1 for the season.

Allain, who entered the game with 25 goals, was joined by Emma Allmon with the final goal of the game. Emily Smith, Sierra Snow, Olivia Nash, and Grace Page all had an assist in the game.

The Hawks will finish out their regular season with a road trip to Old Town on Friday, October 14, and they will be at home for Senior Night on Tuesday, October 18. The Crusaders conclude their regular season on Tuesday, October 18 on the road at Ellsworth.

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Lady Hawks get 7 goals from 6 different girls as they roll past Ellsworth

October 8, 2016

Hermon – The Hermon Lady Hawks, for the second time in two days, rolled to a shutout over the Ellsworth Eagles with a 7-0 victory. Alex Allain scored two goals for the Hawks, while Bri Saulter, Maddi Curtis, Allison Treat, Emma Allmon, and Jillian Taylor each added a goal.

Hermon (10-0) recorded their fifth shutout of the season, while the struggling Eagls fall to 0-11. Herman currently sits in third place in the Class B North Heal Point standings, behind No. 1 Waterville (12-0) and No. 2 Oceanside (8-1-2).

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Orono sweeps Glenburn in Middle School soccer action

October 8, 2016

Glenburn – Thursday afternoon at the Glenburn Community School, the Orono Red Riots swept the Glenburn Chargers in middle school soccer action with a 5-0 girls win and a 4-2 win for the boys.

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Houlton blanks Bronco 5/6 grade on single score

October 2, 2016

Hampden – The Bronco Youth Football 5/6 grade team struggled on defense just once during the game, and Houlton took advantage and was able to punch in a touchdown for a 6-0 win.

The Broncos got the ball as close as the five yard line following a huge run by Garrett McLeod, but the Houlton defense shut down the Broncos to keep them out of the end zone.

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Glenburn Middle School rolls past Hermon in field hockey games

September 21, 2016

Glenburn – Wednesday afternoon the Glenburn Chargers blanked the Hermon Hawks 3-0 in the field hockey “A” game and 2-1 in the “B” game. Thomas Watson scored two goals and Emily Watson added a goal in the “A” game.

Marley Sharrow scored two goals for the Chargers in the “B” game, and Kelsey Bridges scored the lone goal for the Hawks.

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Hermon girls soccer continue winning ways

September 14, 2016

Hermon – The Hermon girls soccer team continued their winning ways on Tuesday night with a 4-0 victory over Orono at Pottle Field on the campus of Hermon High School. The Hawks improve to 4-0 on the season, while the Red Riots fall to 2-1.

Once again it was the combination of Alex Allain and Madi Curtis that provided the scoring for the Hawks, and the tremendous work of the Hermon defense kept Orono out of the net. Allain and Curtis each had one goal in both the first and second half, and they have combined to score all nine goals in the Hawks last two games (Allain 5, Curtis 4).

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Allain, Curtis lead Lady Hawks to win over Presque Isle

September 10, 2016

Hermon – Saturday afternoon at Pottle Field on the campus of Hermon High School, the Lady Hawks fell behind 1-0 Wildcats struck early. Alex Allain quickly put the Hawks on top 2-1 with two unanswered goals and Hermon never trailed again on their way to a 5-2 victory for their third straight win to start the season.

Allain had three goals in the game, and Madi Curtis added two goals 13 seconds apart in the second half to lead the Hawks.

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Hermon squeezes out victory over John Bapst in girls soccer

September 5, 2016

Orono – Monday morning at the University of Maine, the Hermon girls soccer team managed to squeeze out a 1-0 win over John Bapst despite being out played by the Crusaders.

Alex Allain scored the lone goal of the game with just over 22 minutes left in the first half, and the defense did manage to hold back the Crusaders. Hermon was helped out with the fact that the John Bapst shots on goal were missing their marks all game long.

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