Raider weekly sports recap

MACKENZIE HILL powered the Raider field hockey team past Gray-New Gloucester with a pair of goals Monday. (Photo by Sue Thurston/FA)

MACKENZIE HILL powered the Raider field hockey team past Gray-New Gloucester with three goals Monday. (Photo by Sue Thurston/FA)


To start the season, the Raiders have been on both ends of the goose egg.

In the opener, FA was blanked 5-0 by Falmouth as Mikey Richards scored twice as the Yachtsmen led 4-0 at halftime. Fryeburg bounced back Monday at home with a 4-0 victory over Gray-New Gloucester.  McKenzie Hill scored two of her three goals in the first half as the Raiders (1-1) raced to a 3-0 halftime lead and held off the Patriots (0-2). Emily Davidson also scored for Fryeburg.

Next: The Raiders travel to Cape Elizabeth on Friday (5:30) and host Lake Region on Tuesday (3:30).


Izzy Hodgman-Burns provided the offensive spark the Raiders needed Tuesday, scoring four goals to lead FA to a 5-2 victory over Old Orchard Beach. The win evened the Raiders’ record at 1-1.

Julia Quinn notched the other FA goal. The Raiders received strong play from Orie Igno, Mackenzie Buzzell and Caylin Delaney, reported Coach John Atwood.

In the season opener last Saturday night, the Raiders blanked Greely over the first half, but the Rangers broke the stalemate with a goal at the 17:50 point en route to a 2-0 victory. Outstanding defense was turned in by McKenna Gerchman, Ali Fraze, Lexi L’Heureux-Carland and Sarah Welch, Sydney Charles had 17 saves.

Next: The Raiders host Waynflete Monday at 3:30 p.m.


Kennebunk rejoined Class B with a bang Saturday.

The Rams erased an early 6-0 Raider lead by unleashing a potent triple option attack out of shotgun formation en route to a 49-20 rout.

Fryeburg started well as quarterback Ryan Gullikson connected with Ryan Buzzell on two pass plays, including a 31-yard catch and run giving the Raiders a 6-0 lead.

But, it didn’t take the Rams long to take control. Running back Nicco DeLorenzo (6 carries, 107 yards, two touchdowns) sparked Kennebunk with a 61-yard TD romp. Kennebunk took a 12-6 lead when quarterback Nick Emmons scoring from 5 yards out to complete a 54-yard drive.

Despite a strong punt sailing deep into Ram territory, the Raiders were stung by Tyler Elkington returned the kick 93 yards for a score.

Momentum was on the Rams’ side. Kennebunk cashed in on a Raider fumble as Emmons fired a ball over the middle, caught by receiver Jesse Shields who turned it into a 54-yard TD run. The Rams built a 35-6 halftime lead when DeLorenzo scored from 10 yards out.

At least for one Saturday, the move from Class A to B was a good one for Kennebunk, which won its first season opener since 2006.

Next: The Raiders host Greely this Saturday at 1:30 p.m. The Rangers are coming off a 41-16 home loss to Marshwood.

JON BURK placed eighth in the four-school cross-country meet last Friday at York. (Rivet Photo)

JON BURK placed eighth in the four-school cross-country meet last Friday at York. (Rivet Photo)


Sophomores Patrick Carty and Anna Lastra continue to shine.

Carty placed fourth out of a field of 91 finishers in the season opener last Friday at York. Carty ran a 16:56. Will Shafer of G-NG won the four-school meet in 15:54. Other FA finishers were:

8. Jon Burk, 17:23

12. TJ Rose, 17:51

16. Tyler O’Keefe, 18:12

18. Liuke Yang, 18:13

22. Eric Hannes, 18:25

25. Liam Leconey, 18:36

32. Sullivan Briggs, 19:12

33. Christian Bedell, 19:14

54. Nick Kiesman, 21:00

61. Jesse Liljedahl, 21:29

66. Njemile Phillips, 21:48

70. Lucas Spencer, 22:18

75. Connor Moody, 22:47

76. Ethan Swayze, 23:01

80. David Powers, 23:38

Team standings: York 33, Fryeburg Academy 53, Gray-New Gloucester 67, Yarmouth 85.

Lastra was fourth out of 65 runners with a time of 20:45, seven seconds behind Number 3 Malia Cryan of York. Heather Evans of York set the time to beat in 19:40.

Juliet Fink delivered a personal record with a time of 21:29 for eighth place.  Liz Gryzb and Ariel Fogden didn’t run as both recover from non-running related injuries.

“The big hope is that the girls will be full strength for Regionals with a shot at the State Meet,” Coach Bill Reilly said.

Here’s how other Raiders finished:

25. Abby Davis, 23:48

39. Kristen Dostie, 25:04

52. Danae Dostie, 27:00

54. Amber Dindorf, 27:33

55. Chelsea Abraham, 27:35

57. Rebekah Dostie, 27:47

Team standings: Yarmouth 29, York 43, Fryeburg Academy 65.

Next: The Raiders host Falmouth and Kennebunk on Friday, starting at 4:30 p.m.


In the opener, the Raiders dropped a 4-3 decision to Gray-New Gloucester. Mike Davis fired a 51 to win by two strokes, while Liz Dyer was eight strokes better (57) and Keegan Jones won by eight strokes (55). Tyler Worcester was nipped in the Number 1 match, 40-42. Damian Eldridge lost by three strokes (50), while Jake Maidment fell by seven strokes (61).

Team scores: GNG 194, Fryeburg 198.

Recaps for other FA teams were unavailable at press time


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