staff report

SKOWHEGAN — Senior quarterback Adam Clukey passed for five touchdowns and 229 yards to lead the Indians to a 56-6 win against Mt. Ararat in the Class B season opener for both teams Friday night.

Ben Salley was Clukey’s leading receiver, catching four passes for 147 yards and three touchdown. DJ Allen added four receptions for 42 yards and two TDs and also blocked a punt for another touchdown.

Kaleb Brown led the Indians in rushing with 96 yards on 11 carries and a touchdown. Nathan Morris added 82 yards on six rushes and also scored.

MCI 41, Orono 6: Jonathan Santiago rushed for four touchdowns and the Huskies’ first-team defense didn’t allow a point as the MCI rolled to the win in Orono.

MCI scored on a safety off the opening kickoff, then led 14-0 before the game was five minutes old on a 30-yard pass from Greg Vigue to Austin Tolman and a 24-yard run by Santiago.

Santiago added touchdown runs of 40 and 8 yards in the first half and a 60-yard run in the second half.

Orono scored in the final minute of the game, after a blocked punt.

Linebackers Nick Deckert and Alex Bertrand led the MCI defense.

Mt. View 39, Stearns 12: Steven Davis rushed for five touchdowns to lead the Mustangs to the Eastern Maine Class C win in Millinocket.

Clint Spaulding recovered a fumble on the goal line to stop a drive by the Minutemen while Cole Hannan added an interception and Matt Wheeler recovered a fumble. 

Tyler Ripley rushed a two-point conversion.

MDI 20, Madison 14: Teegan Candage rushed for 260 yards and two touchdowns on 27 carries to lead the Trojans in the season opener for both teams.

Jon Phelps rushed for a 7-yard touchdown for MDI (1-0).

Jordan Curtis rushed for a pair of scores to lead Madison (0-1), which trailed just 8-7 at the half. 

Old Town 24, Nokomis 12: Cody Whitmore rushed for two touchdowns and Braden Upshaw a third to lead the Coyotes to the Eastern Maine Class C win in Old Town.

Noah Kershner scored on a run and apass for Nokomis.

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