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Fort Kent girls earn trip to Eastern Class C semifinals
FORT KENT, Maine - Eastern Maine Class C No. 3 ranked Fort Kent defeated No. 8 Piscataquis 6-1 in quarterfinal action on Wednesday, Oct. 29. The Lady Warriors (8-3-4) advance to the semifinals and will travel to No. 2 Orono for a 2:15 p.m. game Friday, Oct. 31, according to a school press release. The Lady Warriors jumped on PCHS early, receiving goals from Hailey Nadeau four minutes into the game. Danielle Pelletier gave Fort Kent a two-goal cushion with 20:46 left in the first half on an Alisha Guimond assist, but Lady Pirate striker Erin Speed raced past the Fort Kent defense and beat La...
Oct 30, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 2 2 recommendations | email to a friend
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Fort Kent Warriors survive 2-1 against Houlton Shiretowners in Class C boys’ quarterfinal matchup
FORT KENT, Maine - In Class C boys’ soccer, the Fort Kent Warriors earned a 2-1 victory over the Houlton Shiretowners. Houlton had previously lost both regular season matches to the Warriors. Fort ...
Oct 29, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 5 5 recommendations | email to a friend
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Fort Kent boys and girls hosting quarterfinals
FORT KENT, Maine - The Fort Kent Community High School boys' and girls' soccer teams are hostig Maine Principals’ Association Eastern Maine Class C State Quarterfinal games today, Oct. 28, and Wedn...
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Valley Mustangs defeat Caribou Huskies 35-0, advance to championship game
MADAWASKA, Maine - The Valley Mustangs shut out the Caribou Huskies 35-0 in a playoff game at the Multi-Purpose Field on Saturday afternoon, Oct. 25. The Huskies turned the ball over three times as...
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Madawaska Owl girls defeat Sumner Tigers 10-0 in prelim match
MADAWASKA, Maine - The Madawaska Lady Owls shut out the Sumner Tigers 10-0 at the Elementary School field on Saturday afternoon, Oct. 25. From the start, it was all Madawaska as the Cote sisters sc...
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Madawaska Owl boys fall to PCHS 1-0 in prelim match
MADAWASKA, Maine - The Madawaska Owls hosted the Piscataquis Boys soccer team on a cold rainy afternoon, Friday, Oct. 24, at the elementary school. Due to poor field conditions, the game was moved ...
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O’Leary family harvests three moose in one week
ALLAGASH, Maine - One family harvested three moose while hunting during the week of Oct. 13-18. Trevor O'Leary of St. Francis and Dale O'Leary of Mars Hill, originally of Allagash, harvested a 746-...
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UMFK basketball season starts with two wins, one loss at tourney in Fredericton
FORT KENT, Maine - The UMFK men’s basketball season started off with two wins and one loss in Fredericton at the Ken Gould Invitational tournament. Sunday's game on Oct. 19 against King’s College h...
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Former Yankees manager Stump Merrill harvests moose in Valley
MADAWASKA, Maine - Carl “Stump” Merrill of Harpswell, a former New York Yankees manager, harvested an 854-pound bull with an antler spread of 52 inches while in the St. John Valley on a hunting tri...
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Fort Kent girls defeat Fort Fairfield in last home game
FORT KENT, Maine - In girls’ soccer action, senior Erin Chasse scored two goals and an assist to help the Warriors notch a 3-0 win over Fort Fairfield at home on Friday, Oct. 17. The seniors shined...
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