Heal Point Bangor Daily News reports on the Maine girl’s soccer team’s final regular season standings and playoff seeding as of Oct. 30, 2017.
Heal Point standings
With the first few weeks of the season complete, it is time to take a look at the standings in girls’ soccer.
According to the latest data from Heal Point, Bangor’s girls are sitting in first place with a record of 7-0-1.
The Black Bears have had some strong performances so far, shutting out both Glenburn and Bowdoin in their opening games.
They’ll be looking to keep that momentum going when they travel to Hampden Academy on Thursday night.
Bangor’s other seven games have all been close, but they’ve managed to come out on top in each one.
That includes an impressive 4-3 victory over defending champions West High School last Friday night.
If Bangor can continue this form, they’ll be hard to beat at the top of the Heal Point standings.
Girls soccer Bangor Daily News
The 2017-2018 season is coming to a close for the girl’s soccer team of Bangor Daily News. With only one game remaining in the regular season, the team has secured a spot in the district tournament.
This season, the girls have had to overcome some adversity. The team lost its starting goalkeeper to injury early on and had to find a replacement. Additionally, several players sustained injuries during the season that kept them out of games. Despite all of these difficulties, the team has persevered and has accomplished some notable feats.
The girls have won six straight games, including a 3-0 victory over rival Biddeford on October 7th. This streak has given them a commanding lead in the Heal Point standings with 53 points. They are also ranked second in the Maine State Soccer League Division 1 Southeast Conference with 10 points behind first-place South Portland Blue Devils.
Nevertheless, there is still plenty of competition left in the season and anything can happen in the last two games. If they are able to win both games, they will secure their third consecutive district title and qualify for the state tournament.
Bangor Daily News
The Bangor Daily News is reporting on the Heal Point standings in girls’ soccer.
The top five teams are as follows:
1. Bangor Area School District
2. Machias Valley School District
3. Penobscot Valley Regional High School
4. Mount Desert Island High School
5. Westbrook Academy
Bangor Daily News scores Heal Point standings
Bangor Daily News scores Heal Point standings
The Bangor Daily News scores Heal Point standings for girls’ soccer. Here are the top teams in the division:
1. Bangor Area Girls Soccer: 116 points
2. Lincoln-Sudbury Regional School District: 113 points
3. Penobscot Valley Regional School District: 109 points
4. Central Maine High School: 102 points
5. Brewer High School: 97 points
Girls soccer: Bangor Daily News scores
With the regular season coming to a close, the top teams in Bangor Daily News’ Heal Point standings are starting to take shape. Here is a look at the girl’s soccer standings:
1. St. John’s Prep
2. Brighton High School
3. Holy Names Academy
4. Bangor Baptist Academy
5. Eastern Maine Community College
6. Penobscot Valley High School
7. West High School
8. Mayflower Regional High School
9. Mount Desert Island School
Girls soccer: Bangor Daily News player of the week
This week’s player of the week is Sammie Klett of Bangor.
Klett led Bangor to a 2-1 victory against Brewer on Wednesday night with her first goal of the season. She also had an assist in the game. Klett has been a key part of the Bulldogs’ defense this year and is a big reason why Bangor is undefeated so far.
Girls soccer: Bangor Daily News preview
The Bangor Daily News previews the girl’s soccer section of their website with Heal Point standings and a look at how each team is performing. The BDN previews the girl’s soccer section of their website with Heal Point standings and a look at how each team is performing.
Girls soccer: Bangor Daily News playoffs
Bangor Daily News playoffs are underway as the top teams in each division compete for the state title. The top four teams from each division advance to the playoffs. In Division III, Bangor East is leading the way with a record of 10-2-0. They are followed by Southwest and Bangor West, both with 9-3-0 records. In Division II, it’s a close race between Husson and the University of Maine at Presque Isle with identical 9-3-0 records. However, UME was awarded first place based on head-to-head competition. Finally, in Division I, it’s a battle between Northport and Mt. Desert Island School with Northport holding an 8-1-1 record while MJSI has a 7-2-2.
The quarterfinals will take place this coming Thursday, October 18th as Bangor East takes on Southwest at 7:00 pm at Eastern Maine Community College; Husson will face UME at 7:00 pm at Penobscot Valley Academy, and Northport will face MJSI at 5:00 pm at Northern Maine Community College. The semifinals will be on Friday, October 19th as Bangor East faces UME again at
It’s that time of year again when the Heal Point standings come into play. In this article, we take a look at the girl’s soccer teams in Bangor and rank them according to their Heal Points totals. As you can see, there are some close games going on as teams battle it out for the first place. Who will emerge victorious? Stay tuned to find out!
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