Junior quarterback Brandon Lewis scored three touchdowns to lead the Patriots, who had 292 rushing yards. Lewis opened the scoring with the game's only first quarter score, crossing the goal line on a one-yard run. Alex Gambrell kicked the first of three extra points for a 7-0 lead.
The Patriots pushed the lead to 14-0 in the second quarter with sophomore fullback Gus Lane doing the honors. Lane, who rushed for 154 yards on 25 carries, rambled eight yards into the end zone.
Dulaney then scored one of its three touchdowns, but the only one through the air. It covered 15 yards. The Lions also added a two-point conversion to pull within a touchdown at 14-8.
John Carroll responded with a pair of rushing touchdowns from Lewis to extend its lead to 29-8 at halftime.
The first of Lewis' consecutive scores came on a one-yard run and the Patriots matched the Lions conversion with one of their own, a pass from Lewis to Montell Martin.
Lewis closed out the half and John Carroll's scoring with a 17-yard run.
Lewis finished with 88 yards on 12 carries. He also completed three of 11 passes for 35 yards. Lewis fumbled three times, losing two.
Dulaney added two more scores in the third quarter, both on short runs, to close the scoring.
The Patriots forced the Lions into four turnovers — one interception and three fumbles. Austin Markley had the interception. Avery Callan, Luke Navin and Daniel Kelble recovered fumbles.
John Galarraga led the defense with 15 tackles. Navin added 10. Callan and Jack Hinder each had eight tackles. Navin added two sacks and Galarraga added one.
The Patriots take to the road Friday for the third week in a row, visiting Annapolis Area Christian School at 7 p.m.
BEL AIR dropped by Elkton
Bel Air fell to 1-1 on the season with a 21-12 loss in Elkton Monday night.
Bel Air's touchdowns were scored by running back Juan Singletary and receiver Steve Henson.
Perryville takes Cup from HAVRE DE GRACE
For the first time since 2004, the Perryville Panthers (2-0) have the Susquehanna Cup trophy in Cecil County after winning the annual Susquehanna Bowl contest with the rival Warriors (1-1) Monday night in Havre de Grace.
The Panthers scored early, reeling off the game's first 28 points en route to a 34-14 win on the James R. Harris Stadium turf.
Panthers running back Joe Peaker was the Warriors biggest nemesis, rushing for 208 yards and three touchdowns on 15 carries. Peaker opened the scoring with a 20-yard touchdown run and added a 10-yard scoring run before the first quarter expired.
Teammate Nehemiah Wallace added a four-yard touchdown run in the second quarter, but the extra-point failed and the Panthers took the 20-0 lead into the half.
Propelled by three major penalties against Perryville to begin play in the third quarter, Havre de Grace saw its best scoring chance to that point fizzle. A first and goal at the Panthers one, resulted in a four-down, five yard loss.