Perryville took over at its six, moved three yards back on a false start penalty, but gave the ball to Peaker. Peaker went left, cut back across the middle to the right and raced 97 yards to the end zone. Quarterback Gabe Sherrod ran the ball in for the two-point conversion to extend the lead to 28-0 midway through the third quarter.
Havre de Grace scored late in the quarter when Justin Gosnell took a swing pass from quarterback Lavelle McCullers 69 yards for a score. Havre de Grace also scored with a little more than a minute left when McCullers connected with Chris Askew for 55 yards. Andy Meiselwitz added the extra points following both scores.
Perryville's last score actually came before the Warriors last one with Ethan Griffin running five yards for the score.
ABERDEEN crushes Bo Manor
Aberdeen easily moved to 2-0 by crushing visiting Bo Manor, 50-12, Monday night. It was Aberdeen's second 50-point performance to start the Johnny Brooks Era after the long time Havre de Grace coach and former HHS star transferred to the Blue and Gold this season.
Austin Bonsall led the win with three touchdowns. Quintel Kelly added one rushing touchdown. Quarterback Kenny Faulcon added two scores through the air. Faulcon threw two 15-yard scores, one to Chavez Cheatam and the other to Christian Carpenter. Faulcon finished 5-for-9 for 110 yards. Aberdeen led at the half, 44-0.
HARFORD TECH loses by one
For the second straight week, Harford Tech (0-2) lost a close game at home. The Cobras were edged Monday evening by visiting Tower Hill, 20-19.
Tower Hill put up 20 points on a six-yard run, a 20-yard pass and an 85-yard kickoff return.
Tech answered with a three-yard fumble return for a touchdown and a 27-yard pass from Austin Nierwinski to Isaiah Gills. The Cobras final points came on a Nierwinski four-yard run.
JOPPATOWNE beats North East
The Joppatowne Mariners (2-0) earned their second win to start the season, going on the road Monday night and beating the North East Indians, 14-6. Jamil Lee was Joppatowne's top offensive contributor, rushing for 207 yards on 26 carries.
John Pace, Joppatowne's quarterback, completed three of four passes for 100 yards.
Joppatowne's defense was led by Anthony White with 10 tackles. Dylan Nicodemus had seven tackles and Khalil Jones had five tackles.