Anthony Prak of Noble outruns Edward Little’s Gavin Lepage on his way to a touchdown Friday night in Auburn. Noble won, . Daryn Slover/Sun Journal

AUBURN — Anthony Prak scored three touchdowns, two in the second half, as Noble pulled away Friday night for a 31-0 football win over Edward Little

Noble (5-2) led 13-0 after the first quarter before Prak scored from 41 yards in the second for a 19-0 halftime lead. He added TD runs of 28 yards in the third and 10 yards in the fourth.

The Knights also scored on a 65-yard interception return by Stuart Powers and a 1-yard run by quarterback Dylan Mulligan, both in the first quarter.

Edward Little is 0-7.

MARSHWOOD 41, BIDDEFORD 14: Cam Cornett rushed for two touchdowns in the first quarter, Aidan Sullivan ran for a score and passed for another, and the Hawks (5-2) defeated the Tigers (1-6) in South Berwick.

Marshwood also got long TD runs from Andrew Goodwin and Ty Cougler. Ryan Tarr’s 14-yard touchdown catch gave the Hawks a 41-7 halftime lead.


Biddeford opened the scoring with a 3-yard run by Ivan Ramos. Patrick O’Driscoll threw a 19-yard scoring pass to Kaden Cadorette in the second half.

KENNEBUNK 48, MASSABESIC 7: Matt Moore scored five touchdowns in the first half, and the Rams (5-2) cruised past the Mustangs (1-6) in Kennebunk.

LEAVITT 31, YORK 21: Hunter Hayes had an 8-yard touchdown run and connected with Brett Coburn for a 15-yard touchdown in the second half as the Hornets (5-0) rallied from a 14-7 deficit to beat the Wildcats (3-3) at York.

Hayden Henriksen rushed for two touchdowns in the first half for York.

WATERVILLE 58, MORSE 48: Liam Van Oesen scored five touchdowns and passed for another as the Purple Panthers (5-1) clinched the No. 1 seed in the Large School North division eight-man playoffs by defeating the Shipbuilders (5-2) at Bath.

Gabe Aucoin of Morse answered with six touchdowns, five rushing and one receiving.


After a 22-22 halftime tie, Waterville scored the first 16 points of the third quarter, on runs of 34 yards by Van Oesen and 39 yards by Dawson Harrison. The Panthers led 44-28 through three quarters, then saw the lead dwindle to 50-42 with 7:25 left before Van Oesen added a 49-yard TD run with 6:12 remaining.

MT. ARARAT 44, MARANACOOK 8: Kaiden Getchell and Shea Farrell scored three touchdowns each as the Eagles (6-1) rolled past the Black Bears (2-3) in an eight-man game at Readfield.

Getchell scored on runs of 65, 27 and 76 yards. Farrell added touchdown runs of 63, 10 and 6 yards.

Peter Hahesy finished the scoring with a 7-yard run late in the game.

Maranacook scored on a 13-yard pass from Chris Reid to Thomas Struck just before halftime.

SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 50, LAKE REGION 0: Cam Phillips scored on Spruce Mountain’s first offensive play, and the Phoenix (5-2) rolled past the Lakers (2-4) in an eight-man game in Jay.

After a muffed punt set up the first touchdown, Spruce Mountain added a 53-yard run by Isaac Parker and a 22-yard pass from Phillips to Elie Timler to open a 22-0 lead in the first quarter.

POSTPONEMENT: A traffic accident on U.S. Route 202 in Winthrop knocked out power to nearby Maxwell Field, forcing the postponement of a Class D game between Freeport (4-1) and Winthrop/Monmouth/Hall-Dale (4-0).

A Winthrop police spokesperson confirmed the accident shortly after the teams were supposed to kick off. The game was rescheduled for Monday at 3:30 p.m.

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