Alexis Colon threw three touchdowns passes – two to Mark Roberts – and the Southern Maine Raging Bulls advanced to the New England Football League semifinals with a 34-0 win over the Rhode Island War Dogs on Saturday night at Deering High School.

Junior Brown also had a touchdown catch, and Phil Warren and Brandon Bennett each rushed for a touchdown.

The Raging Bulls (10-1) will host the Boston Bandits (7-4) at 7 p.m. Saturday at Deering’s Memorial Field. The winner will play for the Colonial Conference championship on Oct. 24.

Erica Jesseman of Scarborough won the women’s division of the Hartford Marathon for the third straight year and the fourth time in five years on Saturday, beating her closest challenger by more than 4 minutes with a time of 2 hours, 41 minutes, 41 seconds.

Jesseman went through the halfway mark in 1:16:50 but slowed in the second half, falling short in her bid to achieve the all-expenses-paid “A” standard of 2:37 for the Olympic marathon trials in February in Los Angeles. She already had the “B” standard of 2:43.

Six sailors from Falmouth High and one from Cape Elizabeth High qualified for national events based on their results at New England Schools Sailing Association regattas this past weekend.

Falmouth’s keelboat team, with skipper Audrey Morin and crew members Grace Mooridian, Danny Webel, Emma Robinson and Parker Wyatt, won the National Keelboat Invitational Qualifier at Fisher’s Island, New York. The victory earned the team a trip to St. Petersburg, Florida, for the National High School Keelboat Regatta on Nov. 20-22.

Caleb Robinson of Falmouth and Cooper Siepert of Cape Elizabeth qualified for the National Singlehanded Championships by finishing among the top three in their respective Laser classes Sunday at the Nancy Healy Trophy regatta in North Kingstown, Rhode Island. Robinson finished second in the Radial class and Siepert placed third in the Full Rig class.

Robinson and Siepert will compete in the Cressy Trophy regatta from Oct. 30 to Nov. 1 in Norfolk, Virginia.

Larry Goldsmith recorded his first career hole-in-one on the 18th hole at Rockland Golf Club on Oct. 6. Goldsmith used a 7-iron for the 155-yard shot, which was witnessed by Victor Goldsmith, Jorgen Heidemann and Leslie Cole.

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