SANFORD — Ben Autry and Cam Theberge each turned short passes from Zack Brannon into long touchdowns as Bonny Eagle pulled away from a halftime tie to beat Sanford 27-7 in a Class A South football game Friday night.

Autry broke the tie with a 50-yard catch and run. Theberge followed with a 45-yard score.

Peter Hegarty’s 5-yard touchdown run gave Sanford (3-4) a first-quarter lead. Bonny Eagle’s Cam Day scored from the 1 to tie the game in the second quarter.

Nick Clark completed the scoring for Bonny Eagle (5-2) with a 15-yard run in the fourth quarter.

WINDHAM 47, OXFORD HILLS/BUCKFIELD 13: Desmond Leslie ran for one score and threw to Kyle Kilfoil for a touchdown as the Eagles (5-2) scored 27 points in the third quarter to pull away from the Vikings (1-6) in Windham.

Griffin Jacobson carried 25 times for 266 yards and three touchdowns for the Eagles. Leslie rushed for 57 yards and finished with two rushing TDs.

Dawson Stevens kicked field goals of 27 and 34 yards for Oxford Hills, which got a 5-yard touchdown run from Jake Spinhirn.

WINTHROP/MONMOUTH 30, OLD ORCHARD BEACH 13: Alec Brown had 28 carries for 228 yards and three touchdowns and added a 2-point conversion rush as the Ramblers (4-2) scored the last 24 points to beat the Seagulls (2-5) in Winthrop.

“Our line did very well against them and he was just belly and trap up the middle,” Ramblers Coach Dave St. Hilaire said of Brown. “He was carrying guys and he was running hard.”

The Ramblers took a 6-0 lead into the halftime break after a 1-yard touchdown run by Brown in the first quarter, but Old Orchard Beach got short touchdown runs from Dylan Creswell and Erik Hogan to take the lead early in the second half.

Winthrop/Monmouth moved back in front with the help of touchdown runs of 13 and 9 yards by Brown before. Antonio Meucci scored on a 3-yard run on the final play of the third quarter to complete the comeback.

Nate Scott ran in a pair of 2-point conversions.

HAMPDEN ACADEMY 29, GARDINER 28: Jake Black recovered a fumble on the goal line to score the go-ahead 2-point conversion with 1 second remaining, giving the Broncos (2-5) a comeback win over the Tigers (1-6) in Gardiner.

Trailing 28-21, Hampden drove 84 yards in the final 1:19. Tommy Farrar eventually connected with Tyler Knights for an 18-yard touchdown pass.

The Broncos then elected to go for the win instead of a tying conversion kick. Billy Campbell was stopped by Kaleb Caron before he reached the end zone, but the ball squirted loose and Black recovered it for the winning points.

Hampden erased a 20-7 deficit with two touchdowns earlier in the fourth quarter. Gardiner then regained the lead on a 25-yard touchdown pass from Eli Kropp to Caron with 1:19 left.

SKOWHEGAN 24, CONY 19: Garrett McSweeney completed 22 of 34 passes for 298 yards and two touchdowns, and the Indians (6-1) edged the Rams (3-4) in Augusta.

Luke Bolster scored the clinching touchdown on a 15-yard run that made it 24-12 with 3:45 left.