SCARBOROUGH – Dillon Russo had nine carries for 136 yards and scored four touchdowns Friday night to lead Scarborough to a 42-0 victory against Biddeford in a Western Class A football game.

Scott Thibeault began the scoring with a 55-yard touchdown run, followed by two Russo rushing scores to send the Red Storm (2-1) into the half with a 21-0 lead.

Thibeault finished with 11 carries for 144 yards and his long touchdown.

Russo scored his third touchdown early in the second half and his fourth late in the game. He also was 6 of 9 passing for 118 yards.

Ben Alper led the defense against Biddeford (0-3) with two interceptions, one returned for a touchdown.

CAPE ELIZABETH 33, LAKE REGION 0: Derek Roberts ran for two touchdowns as Cape Elizabeth (2-1) shut out Lake Region (0-3) at Naples.

The Capers scored three touchdowns in the first quarter: Roberts went in from 6 yards, and Donald Clark and Andrew Lavallee followed with short-yardage runs. The Capers missed their first two extra-points attempts but went into halftime with a 19-0 lead.

Roberts added a 16-yard scoring run in the third quarter, and quarterback Connor Maguire had a 4-yard scamper in the fourth.

DIRIGO 46, OLD ORCHARD BEACH 6: Bryan Blackman scored three touchdowns as Dirigo (2-1) downed Old Orchard Beach (0-3) at Dixfield.

Blackman, who caught a 60-yard touchdown pass and ran in for another touchdown in the first quarter, finished with 221 yards rushing.

Old Orchard Beach scored in the first quarter, but the Cougars went into halftime with a 13-6 lead.

In the second half, Justin Jasper returned an interception for the first touchdown and Dirigo continued to pull away.

Quarterback Ben Holes finished with 109 yards on 5-of-10 passing with two touchdowns for the Cougars.

LEAVITT 50, MORSE 24: Kevin McKellar threw three touchdown passes in a losing effort for the Shipbuilders (1-2) against the Hornets (3-0) at Bath.

D’Vaughn Myers had two touchdowns receiving and one rushing for Morse.

LISBON 21, BOOTHBAY REGION 0: Zack Splude threw two touchdown passes, and Quincy Thompson had one touchdown rushing and one receiving to help the Greyhounds (3-0) down the Seahawks (0-3) at Boothbay Harbor.

Splude was 4 of 6 for 100 yards passing and rushed for 69 yards. Aaron Boyington also caught a touchdown pass, and Lisbon rushed for 236 yards.

WINTHROP 25, SACOPEE VALLEY 8: Winthrop (2-1) scored 19 points in the second half to pull away from Sacopee Valley (0-3) at South Hiram.

Zach Glazier scored two rushing touchdowns for the Ramblers, including an 80-yard scamper in the second quarter, the lone score of the first half. Robin Cook ran for a pair of TDs in the second half.

The Ramblers recovered three fumbles in the second half: Cook came up with one and Matt Smith jumped on two.

Sacopee freshman C.J. Dunnells had two interceptions. The Hawks’ score came in the fourth quarter when quarterback Zach Barrows found Tyler Lyle in the end zone from 10 yards. Ken Corvin ran in the 2-point conversion.

MADISON/CARRABEC 46, OCEANSIDE 23: Stephen Day rushed for 184 yards and three touchdowns to help Madison/Carrabec (2-1) beat Oceanside (1-2) at Madison.

The Bulldogs led 30-7 at halftime.

Quarterback Stephen Cusson rushed for 105 yards and a score for the Bulldogs.

“It was a big win,” Madison/Carrabec Coach Matt Friedman said. “This was a good game for us because we were able to fight through some adversity. We let them come back in the third quarter and we regrouped and held them off.”

Sophomore Chris Hayden recovered a fumble and returned it 99 yards for a touchdown and defensive lineman Ryan Malcom had a 45-yard touchdown return for Madison/Carrabec after another fumble. 

WELLS 43, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 0: Louis DiTomasso needed just four rushes to gain 98 yards and score three touchdowns to lead the Warriors (3-0) over the Patriots (0-3) at Gray.

Dante Fanning, Doug McLean and Cole Boston combined for 148 yards and three touchdowns, and Josh Ingalls added a safety for Wells.

The Warriors rushed for 334 yards.

LAWRENCE 25, OXFORD HILLS 0: Shaun Carroll returned a kick 71 yards for a touchdown and also had a rushing touchdown as the Bulldogs (3-0) beat the Vikings (1-2) at South Paris.

Alex Leathers caught a 32-yard touchdown pass from Spencer Carey in the second quarter to give Lawrence a 6-0 lead. Carroll then scored on a 2-yard run to make it 12-0 at the half.

Josh Doolan added a 13-yard TD run in the fourth quarter.

Carroll finished with 188 yards rushing on 17 carries, while Carey was 5 of 11 for 68 yards passing. Eriq Stewart had two sacks.

SKOWHEGAN 34, MESSALONSKEE 14: Ethan Johnson’s 102-yard interception return with just under two minutes to play capped a victory for the Indians (2-1) against Messalonskee (2-1) at Skowhegan.

Johnson’s interception came as the Eagles desperately tried to come back from an early 20-0 deficit.

“I just saw it in the air and I just went up for it,” Johnson said. “Then I saw my guard, Zack Witham, just have an unbelievable block and I just ran.”

GARDINER 23, WATERVILLE 6: Dennis Meehan passed for a pair of touchdowns and kicked a field goal to lead the Tigers (3-0) past Waterville (2-1) at Gardiner.

Meehan kicked a 24-yard field goal to make it 10-6 at the half, then opened things up. He completed 7 of 8 passes for 90 yards and two touchdowns, one to Steve Sirois and another to Justin Lovely.