FREEPORT – Matt Clifford ran for 173 yards and one touchdown and passed for another Saturday to lead Traip Academy to a 26-6 victory against Freeport in a Western Class C football game.

Freeport (2-4) opened the scoring in the first quarter on a 8-yard pass from Chris Libby to Jared Knighton. A pass for the 2-point conversion failed.

The Rangers (5-1) pulled ahead 7-6 on a 1-yard run and extra-point kick by Clifford in the second. Tyler May added a 73-yard touchdown run later in the quarter.

Traip put the game out of reach in the fourth quarter on a 55-yard touchdown pass from Clifford to Brian Goda and a 78-yard scoring run by Tommy Ginn.

May finished with 97 yards on 10 carries, and R.J. Bristow had a pivotal interception for the Rangers.


POLAND 6, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 0: Tyler Sturtevant scored on a 2-yard run early in the third quarter to lift the Knights (1-5) over the Raiders (1-5) at Poland.

Defensive linemen Connor King and Mike Adams played strong games for the Knights. The Fryeburg defense came up with two goal-line stands.


WINSLOW 55, NOKOMIS 27: Johnny McCabe rushed for a game-high 221 yards and four touchdowns as the Black Raiders (1-5) beat Nokomis (0-6) at Winslow.

Winslow, which gained 491 yards, was off to its worst start since 1949. That team also opened 0-5 before earning a victory.


NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 2, LAKE REGION 0: Michael Ianno scored 13 minutes into the game and Matt Michaud added a goal with six minutes left as the Panthers (4-5) downed the Lakers (2-9-1) at Yarmouth.

Dakota Bush of Lake Region finished with 24 saves.

Jordan Haskell and Jake Burns combined for two saves for the Panthers.


GREENVILLE 3, RICHMOND 2: Tony DiAngelo converted a penalty kick with 1:12 left in the first overtime to lift the Lakers (8-2-2) over the Bobcats (7-3-2) at Greenville.

The Lakers sent the game to overtime when Alex Jardine scored an unassisted goal with 38 seconds left in regulation. Peter Lorbeski of Richmond scored in each half, the first from Kyle O’Brien, and Tristan Richards scored a second-half goal for Greenville.

Tyler Harrington and Dustin Sullivan combined for nine saves for Richmond. Jardine and Trey Henderson combined for seven saves for Greenville.