AUGUSTA — Cole Robinson scored on a 2-yard run with 1:08 remaining and then passed to Seth Powers for the 2-point conversion as third-seeded Lawrence rallied for a 28-27 win over No. 2 Cony in an Eastern Class B football semifinal Saturday afternoon.

After marching 84 yards for a touchdown, Lawrence (8-2) elected to go for the 2-point conversion and the win rather than the tie.

“If we’d had a timeout, we might have contemplated it but we didn’t,” Lawrence Coach John Hersom said. “I said let’s kick it first, and then one of my coaches upstairs said, ‘Coach, you don’t want to win it now?’

“I thought for a second and said ‘OK, let’s win it.’ We had a great play call. That was one of our 2-point plays that we practiced this week to try to have it ready, and the kids executed it.”

Robinson took the snap in the wildcat formation and found Powers open in the left side of the end zone.

Robinson rushed for 110 yards on 24 carries. Senior quarterback Cody Martin completed 15 of 27 passes for 153 yards and two touchdowns — both to Powers.

Reid Shostak caught a pair of touchdown passes from quarterback Mitchell Caron for Cony (6-3), the 2013 Class B state champion. Caron completed 17 of 32 passes for 258 yards and three touchdowns, including a 64-yard strike to Anthony Brunelle in the second quarter.

“These kids have brought us to where we’ve always wanted to be for Cony football and I couldn’t be any more proud of them,” Cony Coach Robby Vachon said. “Hats off to Lawrence. They made some huge plays when they needed to, and it was a pretty gutsy call there to go for two.”

WINSLOW 34, BELFAST 18: Dylan Hapworth rushed for 186 yards and four touchdowns, and the top-seeded Black Raiders (9-0) advanced to the Eastern Class C final with a win over No. 4 Belfast (6-4).

Belfast took an early 6-0 lead on a 2-yard run by Steven Davis, but Winslow answered with an 80-yard drive, capped by Hapworth’s 3-yard run. Hapworth added a 4-yard touchdown run in the second quarter, then scored from the 1 just before halftime to give the Black Raiders a 21-12 advantage. The third touchdown was set by a Belfast fumble near midfield and a 52-yard pass from Bobby Chenard to Justin Martin.

WATERVILLE 13, FOXCROFT ACADEMY 7: Cam Thomas rushed for 173 yards and scored the tiebreaking touchdown on a 4-yard run with 8.4 seconds remaining, lifting the second-seeded Panthers (8-1) over the No. 3 Ponies (7-3) in an Eastern Class C semifinal at Waterville.

Waterville held Foxcroft to 93 yards.