|Head coach: Scott Franzose, second year
Assistant coaches: Bill Getty (defensive coordinator, offensive line), Aaron Dionne (offensive and defensive line), Tobin Curtis (wide receivers, defensive backs), Ted Brown (running backs, defensive ends)
Last season: 2-6
Offensive leaders: FB Chris Hayden (Sr., 6-1, 200), TE Levi Murray (Sr., 6-1, 190), T Brendan Tolman (Sr., 6-1, 270), QB Cody Soucier (Jr., 5-8, 170), HB Jordan Curtis (Jr., 5-10, 175), WR Derek LeBlanc (Jr., 5-8, 145), T Josh Rackliff (So., 6-1, 220), G Jared Lightbody (Jr., 5-10, 170), UT Paul Dawe (Sr., 5-10, 165).
Defensive leaders: DT Tolman, DE Murray, LB Hayden, LB Dawe, LB Curtis, NG Lightbody, DT Rackliff, CB Briair Edgerly (So., 5-10, 150), CB Matt Curtis (So., 150).
Special teams: K Rackliff, P Chris Beamon (So., 5-8, 145), KR/PR LeBlanc
Outlook: Participation is up at Madison, where a dozen players from Carrabec joined the Bulldogs this season. Some familiar faces will be in new roles at Madison this season. Hayden moves from tight end to fullback in the Bulldogs’ pistol offense. Murray will play tight end. An all-conference selection on defense last season, Hayden will play linebacker. Tolman is a returning starter on both sides of the ball.
Panthers keep on rolling
Waterville rushes for 276 yards and remains unbeaten with a 50-20 win over Madison/Carrabec.
[Central Maine Newspapers 10/12/13]Warriors earn first win
Nokomis gets a touchdown pass in the final minute to beat Madison, 21-14.
[Central Maine Newspapers 09/20/13]Four classes, more balance
High school football´s new structure is expected to create more even competition.
[Portland Press Herald 08/31/13]
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