John Bapst boys’ soccer downs Bangor as playoffs loom

After 80 minutes of deliberation between crosstown rivals John Bapst and Bangor, the Crusaders got here out on prime 2-0 on Wednesday night time at Cameron Stadium.

It was a expensive loss for Bangor, who now sit at 3-8-1 with solely two video games remaining within the common season. They’ll must leapfrog each Messalonskee and Skowhegan within the subsequent week to safe the No. 8 seed — and remaining playoff spot — within the Class A North race.

Bapst in the meantime improved to 10-1-1, and stood at second place within the Class B North standings previous to Wednesday night time’s sport, behind 9-2-1 Winslow. The Crusaders’ victory clinched the season sweep over the Rams, having already crushed them 4-0 again on Sept. 14.