FREEPORT – Luke Lamagna and Joe Nixon had two touchdowns each Saturday to help Freeport rally to a 47-13 victory against Telstar in a Western Class C football game.

Freeport (3-0) trailed 7-6 at halftime against the Rebels (0-3), then scored 33 unanswered points. Dan Burke also scored and James Purdy threw a 48-yard touchdown pass to Chris Farley in the second quarter for Freeport.

GREELY 28, WESTBROOK 0: Sven Jacobson and Mike Leeman each had a pair of rushing touchdowns to power the Rangers (2-1) past the Blue Blazes (0-3) at Cumberland.

Jacobson scored in the first and second quarters with runs of 3 and 6 yards.

Leeman scored in the third and fourth quarters, on a 12-yard run and a 43-yarder.

OAK HILL 28, POLAND 12: Cody DePuy scored three touchdowns and Parker Asselin threw for two scores to spark the Raiders (1-2) past the Knights (1-2) at Wales.

Tyler Sturtevant put Poland on the board first with a 1-yard run in the second quarter.

The Knights tried for a 2-point conversion but were unsuccessful.

Asselin found DePuy in the end zone to give Oak Hill the lead it didn’t relinquish.

BELFAST 18, NOKOMIS 6: Jake Campbell ran 68 yards for a touchdown on the first play from scrimmage, and added a 75-yard interception return for a score early in the fourth quarter as Belfast (1-2) downed Nokomis (0-3) at Newport.

Nokomis was limited to nine first downs and 146 total yards. Most of that came from running back Austin Chipman, who rushed for 92 yards on 17 carries.

Chipman’s 3-yard touchdown run with 5:29 left in the first quarter made it 6-6.

After Chipman’s score, Belfast (1-2) came back with its only sustained drive — a 17-play, 68-yard march that chewed 8:56 off the clock.

Quarterback Zach Collier hit Carl Dodge for 10 yards on fourth down to keep the drive alive, then found Mike McFadden for the touchdown on third- and-goal from the 11 to give Belfast a 12-6 lead.

The Warriors had nine more drives, six of them getting into Belfast territory. But penalties, sacks and turnovers quashed any momentum before Nokomis could get it going.

“It’s partially confidence,” Nokomis Coach Haggie Pratt said. “We’re right on the verge of doing something really good and we get so excited. We become more excited than we are focused. That’s how the boo-boos happen.”

Nokomis stayed in the game by stepping up on defense.

After Campbell (nine carries for 120 yards) went 31 yards on Belfast’s first play of the second half, the Lions amassed minus-4 yards of offense the rest of the game.

“The kids play very hard,” Pratt said. “We give up a big play here and there, and that’s been kind of the drawback for us. But the kids played really well for most of the game.”

Chipman gained 38 yards on the Warriors’ best drive of the second half, but that ended with Campbell’s interception return for the score with 9:15 left in the game.