LISBON FALLS — Lucas Francis had a hand in four touchdowns and Lisbon ended Oak Hill’s bid for a fourth consecutive Class D football state championship, beating the Raiders 42-9 in a South semifinal Saturday.

Steve Gilbert of Oak Hill (6-3) opened the scoring with a 21-yard field goal in the second quarter, but Tyler Halls answered with an 11-yard touchdown pass to Francis and a 1-yard quarterback sneak as Lisbon (7-1) took a 16-3 halftime lead.

Francis rushed for two touchdowns in the third quarter and added a 39-yard touchdown pass to Halls as the second-seeded Greyhounds pulled away.

Gilbert had a 61-yard touchdown run for the third-seeded Raiders in the second half.

Lisbon will travel to face top-ranked Winthrop/Monmouth in the Class D South final.


ASHLAND 2, RICHMOND 1: Cassidy Pelletier headed in a corner kick in the second overtime to give the Hornets (18-0) a win over the Bobcats (15-2) in the Class D state championship game in Portland.

Willow Hall also scored for Ashland, which beat Richmond 2-1 in the 2014 state final but lost 1-0 to the Bobcats in 2015.

Richmond led 1-0 at halftime on a goal by Caitlin Kendrick.


BANGOR CHRISTIAN 4, GREENVILLE 1: Tyler Welch scored two goals and assisted on two others as the Patriots (18-0) defeated the Lakers (11-6-1) in the Class D state final in Portland.

Eric Gorczok added a pair of goals for Bangor Christian, which led 3-0 at halftime.

Connor DiAngelo scored for Greenville.

WASHINGTON ACADEMY 5, MONMOUTH ACADEMY 1: Yves Manzi and Manuel Sanchez-Rios each scored a pair of goals as the Raiders (18-0) capped a second straight undefeated season by winning the Class C championship at Hampden.

Hunter Richardson scored in the second half for Monmouth (14-2-2).