High school football

Mustangs run into another tough foe in Golden Bucks

Mount View continues to look for win, shut out by host Bucksport
By Staff | Oct 01, 2019

Bucksport — The Bucksport football team, by and large, has proven to be the cream of the crop in Class D North through four weeks. A fact Mount View learned firsthand as the Mustangs crossed the Penobscot River for a Friday night, Sept. 27 high school clash with the Golden Bucks.

Bucksport found the end zone seven times — while Mount View could not cross either goal line through 48 minutes — as the hosts emerged with a convincing 47-0 win.

Brady Moulton had 83 passing yards on the night, as he completed passes to Jacob Nelson (21 receiving yards), Garrett Smith (52 receiving yards) and Sam Valleau (10 receiving yards).

Valleau (48 rushing yards), Joe LePore (21 rushing yards), Smith (18 rushing yards),  Moulton (17 rushing yards) and Sawyer Inman (11 rushing yards) also chipped in on the ground for the ‘Stangs.

The Mount View defense was led by Gabe Gagnon (2 solo tackles, 4 assisted tackles), Hayden Hunt (3 tackles, 2 assists), Will Turner (assist), Jacob Nelson (assist, fumble recovery), Mark Ward (7 solos, 2 assists), Joe LePore (assist), Smith (2 solos, assist), Brady Moulton (2 assists), Zach Ward (4 solos, assist, 2 sacks), Kyle Ingraham (solo, 2 assists) and Inman (2 assists).

Cameron Soper had three touchdowns for Bucksport, while Josh Miller and Logan Stanley added two scores for the hosts.

Jayson Gross (85 rushing yards), Ty Giberson (22 rushing yards), Josh Miller (57 rushing yards) and Logan Stanley (72 rushing yards) led the Golden Bucks on the ground, while Brady Findlay (199 passing yards) completed passes to Gross (20 receiving yards), Giberson (13 receiving yards), Soper (93 receiving yards), Stanley (29 receiving yards) and Tyler Hallett (44 receiving yards).

Giberson added five extra-point kicks in the win for Bucksport.

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class D North, Mount View (0-4, 54.8387 points) is seventh, while Bucksport (4-0, 142.3077 points) is first in the eight-team region.

Courier Publications' sports staff can be reached by email at sports@villagesoup.com or by phone at 594-4401.

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