Trojans down Old Town 21-14 in Class C football quarterfinal

first_imgTeagan Candage of the Mount Desert Island High School Trojans tackles Old Town’s Drew Rich in midair during Saturday’s playoff game at MDI.BAR HARBOR — Saturday’s quarterfinal playoff win by the Mount Desert Island Trojan football team must have seemed like deja vu all over again.For the second time in a week, the Trojans defeated the Old Town Coyotes, this time by the less lopsided score of 21-14.With the Waterville Panthers next up in their sights, the Trojans are once again looking for history to repeat itself. Earlier in the season, MDI handed Waterville its only loss in a 42-35 slugfest.The key for MDI against Waterville will be avoiding costly turnovers, Coach Mark Shields predicted. “If we want to win, we just can’t give the ball away,” he said.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textSaturday’s game is slated to begin at noon in Waterville.Find in-depth coverage of local news in the Mount Desert Islander. Subscribe digitally or in print. Bio Historic, high-end houses hit market – August 28, 2017 Earl BrechlinEditor at Mount Desert IslanderFormer Islander editor Earl Brechlin first discovered Mount Desert Island 35 years ago and never left. The author of seven guide and casual history books, he is a Registered Maine Guide and has served as president of the Maine and New England Press Associations. He and his wife live in Bar Harbor. Latest posts by Earl Brechlin (see all)center_img Latest Posts Acadia advisory board suspended – May 17, 2017 MDI philanthropist, Rockefeller patriarch dies at 101 – March 20, 2017last_img

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