Old Orchard Beach quarterback Dale Lord is chased by a group of Traip Academy defenders as he picks up a first down during Friday night’s game. Pat McDonald/Journal Tribune

OLD ORCHARD BEACH — The Old Orchard Beach High School football team secured a spot in the Class E playoffs with a dominant 46-0 win over visiting Traip Academy on Friday night.
Dale Lord led the way for the Seagulls as the senior quarterback ran for 108 yards and two scores in the win.
OOB would also get a pair of touchdowns from Jacob Payea — including a 45-yard interception return — and Rudy Mago, Brock Cantara and Dave Anderson also scored in the win.
The Seagulls, who carried the ball 47 times for an impressive 375 yards as a team, could be either the fourth or fifth seed in the upcoming Class E postseason.
Biddeford 39, Westbrook 12
The visiting Tigers jumped out to a 39-0 lead and would cruise to their fourth victory of the season.
Aidan Donovan scored two first-quarter touchdowns for the Tigers (4-4). Senior QB Carter Edgerton then added a rushing score and would later hit sophomore Ashton Crowell with a 15-yard touchdown in the second quarter.
Donovan scored on a 56-yard run in the third quarter and Crowell found the end zone from 5 yards out to make it a 39-0 lead.
Westbrook would score a pair of late touchdowns to avoid the shutout.
The Tigers will likely be the No. 5 seed in the Class B South playoffs, which will begin next Friday night.
Boys Soccer
Class A South Prelim
No. 7 Kennebunk 2, No. 10 Windham 0
The host Rams would get a pair of second-half goals to punch their ticket to the regional quarterfinals on Friday.
Tristen Wirth scored twice in the final 12 minutes of regulation for Kennebunk, which will play No. 3 Portland in the quarterfinals on Tuesday.
Girls Soccer
Class A South Prelim
No. 9 Noble 4, No. 8 Portland 0
The visiting Knights used three second-half goals to pull away from Portland on Friday.
Natalie Randall scored in the first half for Noble, which got two goals from Olivia Howard and another from Bella Reil in the second half.
Noble will visit No. 1 Scarborough for a quarterfinal showdown on Wednesday.

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