Bucksport 52, Mount View 6
At Bucksport, Bobby Alvarado rushed 14 times for 111 yards and a touchdown and also returned a free kick 55 yards for a score to propel the Golden Bucks to victory.
Alvarado turned in a 68-yard TD jaunt and Nate Warren (5 carries, 117 yards) had a 59-yard scoring burst. Kyle McGeechan passed for two touchdowns, a 25-yard completion to Isaac Redman and a 24-yard toss to Andrew Findlay.
Vinnie Tymoczko and Noah Wallace also had TD runs for Bucksport, which limited Mount View of Thorndike to minus-24 total yards.
Mount View (0-5) 0 0 6 0 — 0
Bucksport (5-0) 20 19 7 6 — 52
B — Redman 25 pass from McGeechan (Wood kick)
B — Warren 59 run (kick failed)
B — Tymoczko 5 run (Wood kick)
B — Findlay 24 pass from McGeechan (Carmichael rush)
B — Safety, quarterback tackled in end zone
B — Alvarado 55 kickoff return
B — Safety, quarterback tackled in end zone
B — Wallace 2 run (Wood kick)
MV — Rednour 61 pass from Santana (kick failed)
B — Alvarado 68 run (kick failed)
Skowhegan 44, Bangor 20
At Skowhegan, Billy Clark rushed for 195 yards and four touchdowns as the Indians re-mained unbeaten.
Fullback Cody Vigue added 183 rushing yards and two touchdowns as 5-0 Skowhegan scored on six of its seven pos-sessions in the game.
The Indians finished with 381 rushing yards on 52 carries and 424 yards in total yardage.
Clark scored on a 14-yard run and Vigue added TD scores of 3 and 55 yards as Skowhegan broke out to a 20-0 lead early in the second quarter.
Bangor closed within 28-12 by intermission, as the 2-3 Rams sandwiched a 1-yard scoring run by Lonnie Hackett and a 71-yard TD pass from Joe Sec-careccia to Josiah Hartley around a 6-yard TD run by Clark.
Bangor then controlled the ball for the first 6 minutes, 59 seconds of the third quarter but got nothing to show for it as Skowhegan’s defense forced Bangor to punt.
Skowhegan’s offense then countered with a 14-play, 90-yard drive capped off when Clark scored from the 1 and added a two-point conversion run to extend Skowhegan’s lead to 36-12 16 seconds into the fourth quarter.
Hackett, who rushed 23 times for 109 yards on the night, scored on an 8-yard run as Ban-gor pulled within 36-20 with 8:14 to play, but again Skowhegan embarked on a long drive, us-ing up 6 1/2 minutes before Clark scored on another 1-yard run with 1:48 left in the game.
Waterville 27, Belfast 6
At Belfast, Brian Guerette’s 30-yard interception return for a score helped the Purple Panthers pull away for the win.
Kris Huggins carried 16 times for 63 yards, including a 1-yard TD dive. Kyle Bishop also completed an 80-yard scoring pass to Cameron Bishop.
Willy Fogg scored on a 14-yard run for Belfast and finished with 105 yards on 23 carries.
Waterville (3-2) 0 14 0 13 — 27
Belfast (0-4) 0 0 6 0 — 6
W — Gaudette 4 run (K. Bishop kick)
W — C. Bishop 80 pass from K. Bishop (K. Bishop kick)
W — Willy Fogg 14 run (pass failed)
W — Guerette 30 interception return (kick failed)
W — Huggins 1 run (K. Bishop kick)
Mattanawcook 34, Dexter 0
At Lincoln, Brady Vose carried 12 times for 131 yards, including a 14-yard touchdown, to spark the Lynx to victory.
Mattanawcook Academy, which piled up 232 rushing yards, scored twice in the third quarter to break the game open. That included TD runs by Kyle Epp and Greg Hand.
Josh Pelkey also threw a 7-yard scoring pas to Nolan Pelkey for the Lynx, who received 12 tackles from linebacker Nate Ireland and 10 tackles, including two sacks, from end Hand.
Doug Richardson netted 81 rushing yards on 24 carries for Dexter.
Dexter (1-4) 0 0 0 0 — 0
Mattanawcook (3-2) 7 6 14 7 — 34
MA — Vose 14 run (Ireland kick)
MA — N. Pelkey 7 pass from J. Pelkey (kick blocked)
MA — Epp 15 run (Ireland kick)
MA — Hand 7 run (Ireland kick)
MA — White 10 run (Ireland kick)
Orono 20, Stearns 8
At Orono, Blaine Silk scored two touchdowns, including a 55-yard interception return late in the fourth quarter that sealed up the Red Riots’ third victory of the season as they improved to 3-2 with the win over Stearns of Millinocket.
Silk, who caught a 19-yard TD pass from quarterback Kash Keezer at the end of the first half, scampered down the right sideline to give Orono a two-touchdown cushion in the game’s final minute.
Stearns had a second down at the Riots’ 47 before Silk’s pick two plays later.
Ben Perry recovered a fum-ble in the end zone for the Ri-ots’ other score.
Billy Eurich scored the 3-2 Minutemen’s lone touchdown on a 5-yard scamper in the third quarter, which capped a 12-play, 56-yard march.
Foxcroft 77, Old Town 13
At Dover-Foxcroft, Ryan Stroud completed all four of his passes, three for touchdowns, as Foxcroft Academy rolled past Old Town.
Chase Hutchinson caught a scoring pass from Stroud and scored two more touchdowns on runs for the Ponies. He totaled three carries for 73 yards.
Ian Champeon caught a 27-yard touchdown pass and ran in for another on a 75-yard punt return. Stetson Bowden also returned a punt for a touchdown and had an 8-yard TD run in the first quarter.
Bowden rushed three times for 77 yards while Champeon had 31 yards on three carries.
Brian Saunders, Hunter Desimone and Zac Smith had touchdowns runs for the Ponies. D.J. Clukey caught a 13-yard scoring pass from Stroud.
Josiah Richard converted five of six extra-point kicks and also passed for a two-point conversion.
Thomas Gogan led Old Town by scoring both touchdowns. He scored in the first quarter on a 5-yard run and in the fourth on an 83-yard run.
Foxcroft Academy totaled 328 yards of offense while Old Town compiled 147 offensive yards.
Old Town (1-4) 7 0 0 6 — 13
Foxcroft (3-2) 27 34 8 8 — 77
FA — Champeon 27 pass from Stroud (Richard kick)
FA — Hutchinson 51 run (Richardson kick)
OT — Gogan 5 run (Abbott kick)
FA — Bowden 8 run (Richard kick)
FA — Hutchinson 25 pass from Stroud (kick failed)
FA — Saunders 26 run (rush failed)
FA —Clukey 13 pass from Stroud (Richard kick)
FA — Champeon 75 punt return (Richard kick)
FA — Desimone 23 run (Richard pass from Hutchinson)
FA — Bowden 65 punt return (rush failed)
FA — Hutchinson 1 run (Chavaree rush)
FA — Smith 13 run (Slama rush)
OT — Gogan 83 run (rush failed)
So. Aroostook 2, Lee Acad. 1
At Lee, Tyler Robinson scored off a Dakota Sleeper assist 10 minutes into the second half, giving the Warriors a 2-0 lead and the eventual margin of victory.
Patrick Goodall scored an unassisted goal for 5-4-1 Southern Aroostook of Dyer Brook. Dillion Boulier made eight saves on 14 shots.
Hector Guttierrez converted a pass from Jian Ye for 2-5-1 Lee Academy. A.J. Harris made nine saves on 16 shots.
Medomak 4, Mount View 0
At Thorndike, Dale Winchenbach scored a goal and assisted another as Medomak Valley of Waldoboro beat Mount View.
Marc Laliberte, Joaquin Perez and Zach Genther also scored for the 6-3 Panthers. Nathan McBrien and Brian Sweeney also provided assists. Caleb Thompson stopped three of six shots.
Zach Babin turned away 14 of 29 shots for 3-4-1 Mount View.
JV: Medomak 3-0
Machias 2, Narraguagus 0
At Harrington, Jacob Stevens and Sam Whitney scored sec-ond-half goals as Machias shut out Narraguagus.
Michael Jenkins stopped six of eight shots for the Bulldogs.
Kameron Jordan saved seven of 10 shots for the Knights.
Ellsworth 3, MDI 2
At Ellsworth, Patrick Kelley scored two goals off throw-ins deflecting into the net off defensive players as Ellsworth narrowly defeated Mount Desert Island of Bar Harbor.
Zach Emeigh scored an unassisted goal for 7-1-1 Ellsworth. Jordan Carter turned away four of seven shots.
Abe Gladstone scored both goals for the 4-5-1 Trojans. Ben Cummings stopped eight of 14 shots.
JV: Ellsworth 3-0
So. Aroostook 1, Lee 0
At Lee, Brittany Charette scored an unassisted goal with 32:17 remaining in the second half to give Southern Aroostook of Dyer Brook the win over Lee Academy.
Emily Cummings saved six of 12 shots for 9-1-1 Southern Aroostook.
Felicia Thorton turned away eight of 16 shots for the 2-5 Pandas.
MDI 5, Bucksport 0
At Bar Harbor, Bethany Van Gorder scored four goals as Mount Desert Island shut out Bucksport.
Braillee Black added a goal for the 3-6 Trojans. Elizabeth Sargent stopped six of seven shots.
Carrie Daigle saved seven of 18 shots for 0-8-1 Bucksport.
Foxcroft Acad. 3, Hermon 2
At Hermon, Ali Adkins scored her second goal of the game off a Megan Taylor assist in the second half, lifting the Ponies to victory.
Adkins also scored off an assist from She-Ann Sergeant, who set up Hillary Baramante’s goal. Sarah Whittemore made three saves on five shots for 5-5 Foxcroft Academy.
Lindsey Allen and Erika Thayer scored the goals for 2-6 Hermon, with Jamie Treawell providing an assist. Sara Bishop made 16 saves on 19 shots.
JV: Hermon 5-0
Rockland 1, Lincoln Academy 0
At Rockland, Novelle Szandzik scored the winner off a Bail-lie Boggs assist four minutes into the game as Rockland held off Lincoln Academy of New-castle.
Kayla McGuire saved 18 of 26 shots for 2-5-2 Rockland.
Emma Lazzari made six saves on nine shots for 5-4-1 Lincoln Academy.
Narraguagus 3, Shead 2
At Eastport, Kelsey Radley booted in a goal from six yards out with 1:14 left in the second overtime to lift the Knights of Harrington to their first victory of the season.
Samantha Baker scored in the first half for the 1-7-1 Knights and Meghan Hatt added a second-half goal. Beth Rote made 17 saves on 19 shots.
Cassie Barnes scored off a direct kick with 6:58 left in regulation for 2-6 Shead and Robyn Stuart converted a penalty kick with 1:45 remaining to send the game into overtime. Cassandra Stanhope made 13 saves on 16 shots.
Central 3, Orono 1
At Hampden on Thursday night, Rachel Trafton scored two first-half goals at Central of Corinth defeated Orono.
Janelle Portmann added a goal for the 4-5 Red Devils. Roberta Trafton and Taryn Pineo provided assists. Brittany Cote saved 11 of 12 shots.
Chelsea Wagner scored in the first half for the 3-6 Red Riots. Amber Saucer turned away eight of 15 shots.
Foxcroft 2, Hermon 0
At Hermon, Sabrina Sharrow and Molly Cyr scored as Foxcroft Academy defeated Hermon.
Mariah Arno recorded two assists for the 8-2 Ponies and Kelsey Boss also provided an assist. Cassie Curtis stopped 10 of 15 shots.
Jamie Roy turned away 15 of 19 shots for 3-6 Hermon.
Nokomis 10, Lincoln Academy 0
At Pittsfield, Sabrina Vaillancourt and Leigh Lander scored two goals apiece at Nokomis of Newport defeated Lincoln Academy of Newcastle.
Alison Berg had a goal and two assists for the 8-1-2 Warriors. Erin Knight and Rachael Tozier both had a goal and an assist as Jordin McGinnis, Katelyn Chase and Sara Gould scored. Maria Adams didn’t face a shot.
Ari Clifford turned aw
UMass Boston 2, USM 0
At Boston, Erika Marsters scored off a Kristi Morales assist at 12:46 into the first half to lead the University of Massachusetts Boston past the University of Southern Maine Thursday.
Samantha Place had an unassisted goal less than a minute later for 3-5 UMass Boston. Ashley McRoberts turned away five of seven shots.
Alison Bradley saved 16 of 30 shots for 3-5 Southern Maine.