Oak Hill wins third straight Maine high school football championship

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Oak Hill beat Maine Central Institute 34-21 Friday to win Maine’s Class D high school football title.

Oak Hill (11-0) forced seven MCI turnovers to win the school’s third straight state title.  On offense, quarterback Dalton Therrien had a big game, throwing for 243 yards and rushing for 179 yards with four touchdowns.  Therrien had a hand in all five Oak Hill touchdowns.

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