Maine high school football state championships wrap-up

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Scarborough captured its first state football championship Saturday.  The Red Storm routed Windham 57-0 to win the Class A state title.  Scarborough finishes 10-1.

In the Class B championship, Marshwood, the No. 1 team in the High School Football America Maine Top 5, won its third state title in the last four years.  Marshwood blew-out Skowhegan 63-20 to complete a perfect 12-0 season.

The Class C title went to Maine Central Institute, which stepped-up from Class D where it won the 2016 title.  The Huskies beat Cape Elizabeth 30-13.

Wells won the Class D title beating Foxcroft Academy.  Wells won the Class C title in 2016.

Boothbay beat Maranacook 20-14 for Class E title.

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