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Kents Hill Football has a long, proud tradition that dates back to 1893. The Kents Hill football program competes in the Evergreen League which is currently made up of fourteen quality prep school teams throughout New England. Kents Hill has enjoyed success throughout its storied history. 

Kents Hill players have gone on to play at top collegiate football programs at the Division I, IAA and III levels, such as Rutgers University, University of Maine, Boston College, Colby College, Bowdoin College, and Ohio Wesleyan. Many of our players have gained great exposure in the college recruiting process at Kents Hill, and the coaching staff and college counseling office have a strong network of college placement nationally.

Kents Hill is a special place to play football. Our rivalry with Hebron Academy dates back over 120 years and is one of the oldest in North America. Each year the two teams play for the coveted Headmaster’s Chair, which proudly resides at Kents Hill this season.

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Hard fought game with hyde-CT

The football team lost a hard-fought game to Hyde-CT on Saturday.  Down 12-0 in the second quarter, post-graduate QB Philippe Bazinet found sophomore WR Luke Arsenault down the sideline for a 31 yard touchdown, the first of Arsenault's high school career. Hyde then scored on a trick play just before the half, taking momentum and a 20-6 lead.  Hyde came out after the break with a solid effort that diminished the Huskies chances of pulling ahead, but Kents Hill did not quit.  Sophomore RB Will Lafford capped a long drive with a 5 yard touchdown run, the first of his career as well, early in the fourth quarter.   Bazinet and Arsenault would connect for another touchdown later in the fourth, this time from 43 yards.  Arsenault's two touchdown grabs, along with post-grad WR Trenton Sir Louis’s four catches for 72 yards, powered the Husky offense.  Arsenault led the team defensively with ten tackles, and senior LB Tom Dugal added: six tackles, an interception, a forced fumble, and a fumble recovery for the Huskies.

Saturday, October 26, 2013 4:59:00 PM

Tough Family Weekend Loss

The Kents Hill football team could not overcome mistakes against a very strong and undefeated Pingree team this past weekend. The Huskies fell by an eventual 58-0 score.  Quarterback Philippe Bazinet led the Husky offense by completing 17 of 30 passes for 113 yards, and rushing for 114 yards on 10 carries.  Trenton Sir Louis caught 7 passes for 52 yards, and Raphael Major-Dagenais had 6 catches for 51 yards.  Will Lafford also contributed 33 yards on the ground.

Defensively, the Huskies were led by Luke Arsenault who had 5 solo tackles and one interception, which was his fourth of the season.  Will Lafford had 6 solo tackles.

The Huskies will have the next weekend off before hosting Hyde School-CT on October 24 at 2:30

Friday, October 18, 2013 8:39:00 AM

Football at Hyde Maine

The Varsity Football team got off to a strong start at the Hyde Maine School on Saturday, but struggled in the 2nd quarter and could not recover. Kents Hill ended up losing to Hyde 35-12.  The Huskies held Hyde defensively, early on and then scored two plays later after a 17-yard run by Nelkas Kwemo and 13-yard touchdown run by Trenton Sir Louis.  Kwemo was injured kicking the unsuccessful extra point and unfortunately missed the remainder of the game. A few costly turnovers in the second quarter led to a 22-6 Hyde lead at halftime. Kents Hill was able to control the ball in the third quarter. The Huskies maintained the offensive role for all but one play in the third quarter but could not convert this advantage into any points.  Raphael Major-Dagenais intercepted a pass on the only Hyde offensive play of the third quarter. After an early Hyde score in the fourth quarter, Philippe Bazinet led the Kents Hill offense down the field on an impressive drive, capped with another Sir Louis TD run, this time from nine yards. An unsuccessful onside kick and a late Hyde touchdown finished the scoring 35-12.

Bazinet was 12 for 17 for 208 yards passing. Sir Louis was a one-man show with 6 receptions for 103 yards, 2 rushes (both TDs) for 22 yards, and he threw one pass, that was completed for 20 more yards. He also led the Huskies with 7.5 tackles and a forced fumble on defense. Luke Arsenault also had 4 pass receptions for 86 yards, and Trevor Guity had 2 catches for 39 yards in an impressive Kents Hill passing attack. Defensively, aside from Sir Louis, Dagenais had 6 tackles to go with his interception, and Tom Dugal led the defensive line with 3.5 tackles.

Saturday, September 21, 2013 4:00:00 PM

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