BANGOR — Cory Brandon passed for four touchdowns Saturday to lead Husson to a 49-0 victory against Castleton in an Eastern Collegiate Football Conference game.

Brandon was 15 of 17 for 183 yards for the Eagles (5-1, 3-0) against the Spartans (3-3, 2-1).

John Smith carried 16 times for 95 yards and three touchdowns, and Kyle Gaudet caught six passes for 99 yards and a TD for Husson.

Kyree Calli had touchdown receptions of 5 and 18 yards, and Aidan Hogan had a 13-yard TD catch for the Eagles, who scored 21 points in each of the first two quarters.

MAINE MARITIME 34, COAST GUARD 16: Quarterback Corey Creeger had 26 carries for 212 yards and also threw a touchdown pass as the Mariners (1-5) handled the Bears (3-4) in Castine.

Creeger’s touchdown pass came with 4:21 left when he connected with Mason Kaserman for a 90-yard score.

Jacob Doolan rushed for 58 yards and two TDs, and James Ferrar added 56 rushing yards for Maine Maritime. Each had 14 carries.

HAMILTON 28, BOWDOIN 7: Kenny Gray was 20 of 34 for 240 yards with three touchdown passes and a scoring run for the Continentals (1-4) against the Polar Bears (0-5) at Brunswick.

Griff Stalcup of Bowdoin threw a 13-yard TD pass to Stephen Griffin midway through the first quarter.

Gray followed with a 1-yard touchdown run and Hamilton tied it with an extra point. Gray then helped Hamilton to 21 consecutive points on TD passes of 33, 21 and 4 yards.

WESLEYAN 41, BATES 23: Mark Piccirillo passed for 370 yards and two touchdowns, and rushed for 84 yards and another TD for the Cardinals (4-1), who scored 20 unanswered second-half points to defeat the Bobcats (0-5) in Middletown, Connecticut.

Brendan Costa carried 18 times for 170 yards and a TD, and Peter Boyer had 14 carries for 53 yards and a TD for Bates.

The Bobcats led 14-0 after one quarter on scoring runs by Costa and Boyer and two extra points by Grant DeWald. Costa threw a 54-yard pass to Jaason Lopez in the second quarter to make it 20-14, and DeWald added a 43-yard field goal just before halftime for a 23-21 lead.

AMHERST 40, COLBY 7: The Mammoths (4-1) built a 13-0 lead in the first half and broke it open with 21 points in the third quarter against the Mules (0-5) in Waterville.

Jack O’Brien threw a 14-yard touchdown pass to Jibri Woods early in the fourth for the Mules.

SOCCER

PLYMOUTH STATE 3, SOUTHERN MAINE 0: Jerry Randolph knocked in a pass from Nick Rutherford in the eighth minute to give the Panthers (4-8, 3-2 Little East) the lead against the Huskies (5-8-2, 0-4-1) at Gorham.

Juan Rivera made it 2-0 on Rutherford’s second assist in the 59th minute, and Erik Amrskog rounded out the scoring unassisted in the 86th.

ST. JOSEPH’S 5, LASELL 0: Brett Mullen scored twice for the Monks (10-0-1, 8-0-1 Great Northern Athletic), who still haven’t allowed a goal this season and beat the Lasers (3-12, 2-6) in Newton, Massachusetts.

Daniel Fox, Trevor Lopes and Noah Elmore also scored for St. Joseph’s, which enjoyed a 13-8 advantage in shots on goal.

COLBY 2, AMHERST 1: Jansen Aoyama scored from Jeff Rosenberg in the second overtime as the Mules (6-3-2, 3-2-2 NESCAC) defeated the Mammoths (6-2-2, 3-2-2) at Waterville.

Rosenberg scored early, but Weller Hlinomaz answered in the second half for Amherst.

Avery Gibson made six saves for the Mules. Michael Stone stopped four shots for Amherst.

HAMILTON 2, BOWDOIN 1: Bobby Chapman scored twice in the first half to lift the Continentals (6-4-1, 3-4-1 NESCAC) past the Polar Bears (9-3, 5-2) at Brunswick.

Wilson MacMillan scored for Bowdoin in the second half. Stevie Van Siclen made five saves.

TUFTS 1, BATES 0: Travis Van Brewer scored in the 85th minute as fourth-ranked Tufts (10-1-1, 6-1-1 NESCAC) defeated the Bobcats (5-4-2, 1-4-2) in Lewiston.

Kevin Halliday started the winning sequence with a corner kick that Bates couldn’t clear. The ball ended up on the foot of Van Brewer, who snuck it by goalie Robbie Montanaro.

SOUTHERN MAINE CC 1, UM-MACHIAS 1: Hanssen Casey of SMCC (2-7-3, 2-4-2) countered Lorenzo Segura’s first-half score for the Clippers (6-7-3, 4-2-3) at South Portland.