Skowhegan 30, Lawrence 22
At Fairfield, Billy Clark rushed for two touchdowns and converted two PAT rushes as No. 4 Skowhegan upset top-seeded Lawrence in the Eastern Maine Class A semifinal.
Dylan Lancaster scored on a 3-yard run in the first quarter for Skowhegan. Jordan McGowan completed an 82-yard touchdown pass to Peter Boardman in the third.
Jesse Longstreet returned a kickoff 77 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter to put Lawrence on the board.
Bulldogs’ Brock Lawrence added a 1-yard run in the third to tie it at 14-14.
McGowan’s 82-yard pass followed by Clark’s 45-yard run in the fourth gave Skowhegan a two-touchdown lead.
Matt Perkins caught a 10-yard pass from Ben Violette in the fourth and Violette added a 2-point rush to bring Lawrence within eight points.
Skowhegan (9-1) 6 8 8 8 — 30
Lawrence (9-1) 0 7 7 8 — 22
S — Lancaster 3 run (pass failed)
S — Clark 1 run (Clark rush)
L — Longstreet 77 kick return (Dearborn kick)
L — Lawrence 1 run (Dearborn kick)
S — Boardman 82 pass from McGowan (Clark rush)
S — Clark 45 run (Taylor pass from McGowan)
L — Perkins 10 pass form Violette (Violette rush)
Bucksport 43, Calais 12
At Bucksport, Nate Warren went over the 2,000-yard mark for the season en route to 292 yards rushing for the game and helped keep his top-seeded Golden Bucks undefeated in Friday’s LTC Class C semifinal playoff at Carmichael Field.
Linebacker Robbie Winters led the Bucks defense with two interceptions as the 10-0 Bucks rolled in the second half against No. 4 Calais-Woodland.
Blake Ford gutted out some tough yardage en route to 118 for the Silverados, who ended their first varsity season with a 6-4 record.
Bucksport will host the winner of Saturday’s semifinal of Foxcroft Academy vs. John Bapst at Bangor in next weekend’s regional final.
New Hampshire 3, Maine 2 (OT)
At Albany, N.Y., Meg Shea scored off a Cally Cooke assist at 4:53 into overtime to lead No. 2 University of New Hampshire past No. 3 University of Maine in the America East Semifinals.
New Hampshire will play top-seeded University at Albany for the championship on Sunday.
Kyle Lyons scored on a penalty stroke at 29:02 in the first half for 9-10 New Hampshire. Meg Shea scored in the second with an assist from Sarah Craigue to make it a 2-1 New Hampshire lead.
Kelly Newton tied it at 1-1 at 11:26 into the second half for the 6-11 Black Bears. Jocelyn Mitchell tied it again at 2-2 at 23:55 into the second half. Both goals were unassisted.
Jenna Lehman turned away 11 of 13 shots for New Hampshire while Maine goalie Brittany Fleck saved six of nine shots.