TURNER — Marshwood stopped a 2-point conversion attempt with 2:19 remaining and held on to beat Leavitt 29-28 in a Class B South showdown Friday night.

Zach Doyon scored on a 5-yard run and rushed for the 2-point conversion to give Marshwood (3-1) a 29-22 lead with 9:10 left.

Leavitt (3-1) answered with a 34-yard pass from Levi Craig to Christian Callahan, but the Hornets’ conversion pass was incomplete.

Doyon rushed for three touchdowns and 225 yards on 28 carries and also threw a touchdown pass.

WELLS 42, MOUNTAIN VALLEY 0: The Warriors (3-1) built a 36-0 halftime lead by halftime and cruised to a win in Rumford.

Mountain Valley (1-3) managed only five first downs – one in the first half.

Chad Fitzpatrick, Evan Whitten, Jacob Spofford, Reid Chase and Riley Dempsey each rushed for a touchdown. Nick Hansen ran a punt back 75 yards for another score.

FALMOUTH 26, MT. ARARAT 7: Connor Aube rushed for three touchdowns and the Yachtsmen (4-0) held the Eagles (1-3) scoreless over the final three quarters as they pulled away in Topsham.

BONNY EAGLE 41, MASSABESIC 0: Cam Theberge and Cam Day each rushed for more than 100 yards and three touchdowns for the Scots (2-2) as they downed the Mustangs (0-4) at Standish.

GREELY 41, GORHAM 8: Sam Peck threw one touchdown pass, ran for a score and returned a punt for a touchdown to lead the Rangers (1-3) past the Rams (0-4) at Cumberland.

Chase Steuer and Joey Cassella each added a pair of touchdowns for Greely, which led 26-0 at halftime.

SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 48, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 16: Austin Henault and Andrew Darling scored two touchdowns apiece for the Phoenix (2-2) as they handed the Patriots (3-1) their first loss of the season, at Jay.

Gray-New Gloucester got TD runs from Justice Bowie in the first quarter and Austin Chase in the third quarter.

MEDOMAK VALLEY 39, HOULTON 6: Cole Ashmore rushed for 193 yards and a touchdown to lead the Panthers (4-0) to a win over the visiting Shiretowners (2-2).

OCEANSIDE 33, WATERVILLE 28: Nate Raye rushed for two touchdowns and caught a 64-yard touchdown pass, and the Mariners (2-2) made a late defensive stand to beat the Purple Panthers (1-3) in Waterville.