PORTLAND – Don Goodrich finished with 100 yards on 15 carries and scored four touchdowns Saturday as top-ranked Cheverus cruised to a 35-7 victory against eighth-seeded Scarborough in a Western Class A football quarterfinal.

Goodrich, filling in for injured running back Spencer Cooke, returned the opening kickoff 85 yards for a touchdown.

The Stags (9-0) made it 14-0 early in the second quarter when Goodrich scored on a 6-yard run. He added a 4-yard touchdown run with 2:12 remaining in the half, extending the lead to 21-0.

Scarborough (3-6) held Cheverus scoreless in the third quarter, but Goodrich broke loose for a 44-yard touchdown run just 19 seconds into the fourth.

The Red Storm got their touchdown on a 6-yard pass from Ben Greenberg to Conor McCann midway through the fourth.

Brent Green capped the scoring with a 5-yard run in the final minute. Green finished with 55 yards on 13 carries.

A strong Stags defense was led by Ryan Castle, who finished with 10 tackles and two assists.

LISBON 34, WINSLOW 22: Quincy Thompson made a diving 35-yard catch for the tiebreaking touchdown with 30.5 seconds left, and the fourth-seeded Greyhounds (7-2) edged the fifth-seeded Black Raiders (6-3) in a Western Class C quarterfinal at Lisbon Falls.

The Greyhounds trailed 14-0 at halftime but rallied for 27 points in the fourth quarter. They clinched the victory with an interception return in the closing seconds.

Zach Splude threw two touchdown passes and rushed for two scores for Lisbon, which will face top-ranked Yarmouth in the semifinals.

FOXCROFT ACADEMY 19, MT. VIEW 0: The fifth-seeded Ponies (6-3) took advantage of turnovers and rolled past the fourth-ranked Mustangs (6-3) in an Eastern Class C quarterfinal at Thorndike.

Foxcroft will face top-ranked Bucksport in the semifinals. Mt. View ended the best season in its five years of football.

“We played our hearts out. The boys played hard. They did everything we asked them to all year long,” Mt. View Coach Jack Brady said. “It’s disappointing but this is a great football team. Foxcroft played a great game against us.”

The Ponies scored with 44 seconds left in the first quarter on Peter Boyer’s 2-yard run, then early in the second when Chris Shorey connected with Ryan Rebar on a 12-yard pass.