BIDDEFORD — Lucas Rhoy rushed for 102 yards and three touchdowns Friday to lead Biddeford to a 35-0 win over Noble, giving Coach Brian Curit his 100th career victory.

Junior quarterback Joey Curit helped stake the Tigers to an early lead with a 20-yard touchdown pass to tight end Cody Ramos. Curit added a 10-yard touchdown run in the second quarter before Roy scored the first of his three TDs on a 1-yard plunge with 4:27 left in the first half. Rhoy also rushed for the 2-point conversion to make it 21-0.

Rhoy, a senior halfback, scored from the 1 again in the third quarter, then capped the scoring with a 4-yard run early in the fourth.

“I couldn’t do anything without the (offensive) line,” said Rhoy. “They were really doing their part tonight.”

The game matched two teams that dropped from Class A to Class B after last season. Biddeford (1-1) lost its season opener, 21-7 to defending state champion Marshwood, while Noble (1-1) opened with a 35-8 victory over Mt. Ararat.

Noble senior quarterback Otto Keisker was injured on the third play of the opening drive. He was sacked by Josh Dutremble and stayed on the ground for a minute before being helped off the field by two trainers.

The sack forced a Noble punt, and Biddeford drove 65 yards to take the lead on a play-action pass from Curit to Ramos. Ramos bobbled the pass but was so wide open that he had time to gather himself and complete the catch.

Keisker remained sidelined for the next possession. His brother, Hil, took over at quarterback but fumbled the exchange from the center on the first snap, and Biddeford recovered.

Curit then directed another scoring drive. On second-and-goal, he executed a play-action bootleg to the left and ran into the end zone. The Tigers missed the extra point but led 13-0.

Biddeford ran the option effectively all night.

“We spent a lot of time this winter (working on the option),” said Brian Curit, in his 16th year as Biddeford’s head coach. “We were worried about how well we were going to run the option. It was kind of funny how it just sort of took off. We thought that we might be sort of banging our head against the wall, because Noble does a good job of changing their fronts. I was very pleased.”

Joey Curit finished with 61 yards rushing.

Otto Keisker returned for Noble’s next possession and finished the game. Noble Coach Dean Truax said his quarterback suffered a pulled calf.

“He’s tough. He’s the leader of this team and we’re just going to keep pressing on,” said Truax.

Biddeford played stout defense en route to the shutout.

“I’m very pleased, we had 11 guys swarming to the football,” said Coach Curit. “We played assignment football. We were very detail-oriented this week and I think it showed tonight.”

The Tigers forced five fumbles, recovering two, and had four sacks.

“We’re going to take this in stride. We’re over it … we can’t let games like this linger long and we’re not going to because I just ended it, and we’re on to Greely,” said Truax.

Cody Hart led Noble with 58 yards rushing.