OLD ORCHARD BEACH — Dalton Therrien threw three touchdown passes and rushed for two more as two-time defending Class D state champ Oak Hill sank Old Orchard Beach 42-14 in a Western D Campbell Conference game Friday afternoon.

Therrien finished with 425 yards of offense, including 150 on the ground on seven carries. He completed 12-of-16 passes for 275 yards, including a 39-yard scoring strike to Connor Nilsson. He also threw a 60-yard touchdown pass to Colby Spencer.

Nilsson finished with three catches for 95 yards. Spencer had two catches for 80 yards.

“We started off a little bit slow once we got ball rolling, offense came together,” Therrien said. “We practiced all week our reads. I saw the reads and put the ball where I needed to. The line did great all night. I never felt any pressure al night. It’s a good way to get things going.

“Our receivers did a good job,” Oak Hill coach Stacen Doucette said. “It was a good win but we have a lot to work on. We have some things to build on, some things to work on.

OOB (0-1) scored first on a 6-yard scoring run from Mason Beaudoin early in the first quarter.

It was all Oak Hill from there.

Therrien rushed for a 59-yard touchdown and then threw a 39-yard touchdown pass to Nilsson as time expired in the first quarter to put the Raiders (1-0) up for good.

Levi Buteau rushed for 87 yards and a touchdown on six carries for Oak Hill as well.

WINSLOW 43, BELFAST 0: Nate St. Amand rushed for two touchdowns — including a 55-yard run — to lead the Black Raiders to a win over the Lions in Belfast.

Jacob Trask rushed and passed for a touchdown for Winslow (1-0). Patrick Hopkins had an 8-yard rush for a touchdown, while Kenny Rickard added a 2-yard run for the Black Raiders.

Belfast falls to 0-1.

MADISON 35, OCEANSIDE 18: Mitch Jarvais caught a pair of touchodnw passes from Chase Malloy as the Bulldogs took the Big Ten Conference win in Madison.

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