Staff reports

BATH — Racean Wood ran for 164 yards and two touchdowns, including the game-winner as the Waterville Senior High School football team beat Morse 20-14 in a Pine Tree Conference Class B game Friday.

Wood scored from 30-yards out with 8 minutes, 30 seconds left in the fourth quarter to give Waterville the win.

“The line did a great job opening up holes for us,” said Wood, “and our defense did a great job shutting them down. It wasn’t easy, and I’m just really proud of the whole team.”

Waterville took the early lead on its second possession, set up by a Levine interception at the Morse 39. Five plays later, Evan Greatorex went up the middle from 5 yards out, and Levine’s kick made it 7-0 after  one period.

Morse quarterback Kevin McKellar pulled the Shipbuilders even with a determined four-yard effort in the second quarter, breaking three tackles to cap a 10-play 45-yard drive. Aaron Barrett followed with the PAT.

D’Vaughn Myers put Morse (1-3) on top 14-7 with a 70-yard interception return, stepping in front of an Aidan FitzGerald pass in the flat and racing untouched down the left sideline.

Any momentum the Shipbuilders had was quickly erased when Jordan DeRosby returned the ensuing kickoff up the middle to the Morse 31.

Wood finished off the five-play drive by going off left tackle from the eight-yard lne, and Levine’s kick tied it.

Lawrence 53, Mt. Ararat 6: Jake Doolan scored two touchdowns in the first quarter and  added one in the third as the Bulldogs cruised past the Eagles in a Pine Tree Conference Class A game in Topsham.

Doolan scored on runs a 41-yard run and a 42-yard pass from Spencer Carey in the first quarter, then scored on a 50-yard punt return in the third quarter for Lawrence (4-0).

Anthony Sementelli added three touchdowns and rushed for 98 yards for the Bulldogs.

Josh Doolan added a 65 yard TD run in the second quarter and Ethan Powers scored on a 1-yard run in the fourth quarter.

Mt. Ararat falls to 0-4.

Winslow 35, Sacopee Valley 16: Dylan Hapworth and Zach Guptill both scored a pair of touchdowns in the first half as the Black Raiders cruised to a Campbell Conference Class C win in South Hiram.

Adam Pelletier added a second quarter touchdown for the Black Raiders 3-1. Pelletier finished with 64 yards rushing on five carries. Michael Clark had 71 yards on 12 carries, while Hapworth rushed five times for 23 yards. Hapworth, who scored on runs of 3 and 4 yards, also went 5 for 5 kicking extra points.

Guptill scored on runs of 9 and 30 yards and finished with 43 yards rushing.

Sacopee Valley scored two fourth quarter touchdowns.

Washington 36, MCI 35: Tehon Fox kicked a 34-yard field goal as time expired to lift Washington Academy to the Little Ten Conference victory in Pittsfield.

The kick capped a big night for Fox.

The senior running back rushed for 220 yards and three touchdowns. He also had 110 receiving yards and a touchdown as well.

The victory over-shadowed the performance from MCI tailback Jonathan Santiago, who rushed for 290 yards and five touchdowns. He also had 110 return yards for MCI (0-4).
Washington improved to 1-3. 

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