YARMOUTH – The seemingly unstoppable force that is the Yarmouth High football team took another step toward perfection in the Western Class C semifinals Friday night.

Anders Overhaug and Caleb Uhl each scored two touchdowns to lead the top-ranked Clippers to a 38-0 victory against fourth-seeded Lisbon.

Yarmouth will take a 10-0 record and a 22-game undefeated streak into the regional final next week.

The Clippers, who won the state championship a year ago, will be home in the final against the winner of today’s 1 p.m. semifinal between second-seeded Maranacook and third-ranked Traip Academy.

The final will be at 12:30 p.m. Nov. 12.

Overhaug set the tone for the game, scoring on a 42-yard run on Yarmouth’s first possession to give the Clippers a 7-0 lead.

On the first play from scrimmage in the second half, Overhaug ran 69 yards for the touchdown that made it 24-0.

“The first one gave us momentum and shut them down,” said Overhaug. “We got the ball and scored right away and that was good for us. The second one to start the second half, we thought they might come out strong but I think that sort of shut them down.”

Lisbon (7-3) was kept in check in the first half by a swarming defense, compiling just over 100 yards.

The Greyhounds also committed three turnovers that led to 10 of the Clippers’ 17 first-half points.

Yarmouth’s opening score was set up by a fumble during Lisbon’s first series.

Then an interception by Nathaniel Shields-Auble early in the second quarter started a drive that ended with a 1-yard touchdown run by Uhl.

Bryce Snyder sandwiched a 21-yard field goal between the two touchdowns to give the Clippers a 17-0 halftime lead.

“Scoring points every time is huge, especially against a great team like Lisbon,” said Snyder, who was also successful on all five point-after attempts.

“They never quit and we didn’t want to look like we were running up the score, but you can never put up enough points against them. I watched their game against Winslow (in the quarterfinals) and they were down 14-0 and they scored 30-something second-half points.”

Overhaug, who collected 196 yards on 18 carries, ensured that the Greyhounds weren’t going to duplicate their second-half magic of a week ago.

That’s when they rallied in the second half for a 34-22 victory in the quarterfinals.

Overhaug’s scoring run to open the second half put the outcome beyond question and the Clippers continued to control the game.

“Not only is (Overhaug) that fast, he’s that strong,” said Yarmouth Coach Jim Hartman. “He’s an absolute beast. He also has an uncanny ability to make you miss without losing a forward stride. His feet are always moving north and south, and he’s always at full speed.”

Snyder intercepted a Zack Splude pass midway through the third quarter, starting a drive that ended with a 2-yard touchdown run by quarterback Brady Neujahr for a 31-0 lead.

Uhl completed the scoring with a 37-yard touchdown run for Yarmouth early in the fourth quarter.