The MCI Huskies continued their dominant start to the high school football season by traveling to Orono and shutting out the Red Riots 67-0. 

The defending LTC champions have made a statement in the first two weeks of the season that they are still the top dog after scoring a combined 131 points through the first two games.

MCI's up-tempo offense was led by senior quarterback, Greg Vigue, who completed 4 passes for 149 yards and two touchdowns and ran for another score. Junior running back Willie Moss took care of the ground game running the ball 11 times for 148 yards and three touchdowns. Both men did all their damage in the first half, as MCI owned a 53-0 lead at halftime and out-gained Orono, 351-to-36 in total yardage.

The Red Riots turned the ball over eight times on the night and fall to 1-1 on the season.

Below are other Northern Maine scores from Friday night.

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