SOUTH BERWICK — Kyle Glidden scored three touchdowns Friday night to lead Marshwood to a 48-6 win over Greely in a rematch of their Class B South semifinal from last fall.

Glidden kicked off the scoring with a 9-yard run less than two minutes into the game. Max Horton converted the point after to put Marshwood (1-1) ahead 7-0.

“Kyle was one of the guys who competed on both sides of the ball last week,” Marshwood Coach Alex Rotsko said in reference to a 20-13 season-opening loss to Biddeford. “He’s always going to give us a good effort.”

With the Hawks leading 21-0 midway through the second quarter, Glidden sneaked into the end zone from 3 yards out.

Then, an interception led to another Glidden touchdown – a 16-yard pass from Cole McDaniel that extended the Hawks’ lead to 35-0.

“We did a great job in the passing game today,” said Glidden.

Glidden finished with 58 yards on the ground and 27 yards receiving.

“(Glidden) is a good little athlete. The biggest thing is he listens, he does what he’s asked to do, and he plays hard,” said Rotsko. “If we can get the guys to do that, we have a chance to be pretty good, I think.”

McDaniel also had a good night for the two-time defending state champions, completing 6 of 7 passes for 110 yards and two touchdowns.

“I thought (McDaniel) had a real good game. He was very consistent,” said Rotsko. “I thought it was his best game.”

The senior quarterback chipped in with 31 yards rushing.

The lone score for Greely (0-1) came late in the first half when Joey Cassella caught an 11-yard pass from Nick Gauvin.

Cassella was a bright spot for the Rangers, with four catches for 60 yards.

Marshwood led 35-6 at the half, a big turnaround after struggling in the first half at Biddeford.

“Last week we came out weak; we could have played much harder,” said Glidden.

Marshwood led 14-0 after the first quarter but really took control early in the second quarter.

Chris Sarzynski capped an eight-play, 50-yard drive with a 4-yard run. Glidden soon followed with his second and third touchdowns.

“I thought we played a real good quarter-and-a-half of football, and then just before halftime I thought our defense let up a little bit and we weren’t very organized,” said Rotsko.

“(We) did a better job in the third quarter. It was a step in the right direction.”

Sarzynski led the Marshwood running game with 10 carries for 81 yards and a pair of touchdowns.

“We’re looking to keep the momentum going and beat Westbrook (next week),” said Glidden.