‘”We go hard and fast and we fill holes and play great team defense,” Turbaugh said.

On third down, Graham Hensley stopped Keon Webb for a yard gain and pressure by Brennan Butz forced an errant throw by quarterback Justin Sprankle on fourth down that gave the potent Bull offense the ball.
They ran with it, outscoring the Comets 43-6 the rest of the way.

“Last year, that score was the opposite and this feels real good to be able to do that to them,” Jones said. “They are a great team and they have great players and this feels really good.”

Jones scored on a keeper with under 20 seconds left in the half and the Bulls capitalized on a fumble on the Comets next play from scrimmage and Patti’s field goal on the final play of the half.

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Jones scored another touchdown in the second half and Neubauer popped a 77-yard scoring run and John Bauer added a pair of touchdown runs.

Jones praised the offensive line of tackles Chris Taormino and Graham Hensley, guards Cam Snyder and Brennan Butz and center Brock Turnbaugh.

Catonsville’s scoring came on a 1-yard touchdown run by Joseth Hylton in the first half and a 57-yard run by Devin Ray early in the second half.

Ray replaced starting fullback and linebacker Julian Singletary, who was injured late in the first half.

But it was the Hereford offense that stole the show and pointed them toward a playoff berth.

“We are going to do everything we can to win out and get to the playoffs and go as far as we can.” Jones said.