Football notebook: It’s business as usual for Skowhegan with Friday’s game uncertain

Skowhegan’s Quintcey McCray goes up to make a catch as Falmouth defender Lucas Dilworth tries to break up the play. Shawn Patrick Ouellette/Staff Photographer

The Skowhegan football team is facing uncertainty with the status of its upcoming game with Brunswick, due to an investigation into allegations of hazing with the Brunswick football team. The Dragons’ game with Lawrence this past weekend was canceled as a result of that ongoing investigation.

Skowhegan football coach Ryan Libby said his team is proceeding as if the game is still on for 7 p.m., Friday at Reginald Clark Memorial Field in Skowhegan.

“We have very little information to go on, so we’re just preparing like we’re going to play and we’ll go from there,” Libby said. “We’ve asked whoever we can talk to to let us know as soon as possible. But until we hear anything, we’re playing Friday.”

Skowhegan athletic director Jon Christopher said that as of Monday afternoon…

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