Football roundup: Old Mill's Ryheam Tull rushes for 325 yards against Chesapeake

Ryheam Tull rushed for 325 yards and four touchdowns to lead Old Mill to a 34-14 victory over Chesapeake on Friday night. Tull, a junior, had 21 carries and scored on runs of 71, 9, 40 and 40 yards. Isaiah Batts carried nine times for 140 yards and a 5-yard touchdown for the Pats (5-2).

Dylan Young connected with Russell Tongue on a 58-yard touchdown and Khalil Gray found the end zone on a two-yard run for Chesapeake (4-3). Young finished 10-for-20 for 280 yards, a touchdown and an interception. Colton Spangler was the Cougars’ leading receiver, earning 116 yards on just four catches.

ARUNDEL 42, ANNAPOLIS 22: Darius Hunter ran for three touchdowns and Ryan Sedgwick threw for two scores and ran for a third to lead the host Wildcats.

Hunter rushed for 178 yards on 13 carries and scored on runs of 1, 18 and 54 yards. Sedgwick threw for 133 yards (11 of 15 passing) and scored on a 1-yard run. His scoring passes covered 20 yards to Marcus Abrams and 30 yards to Brady McElhaney.

Annapolis (2-4. 2-5) led by 8-7 in the first quarter after Omar’od White scored from the 2 and Vernon Gayden scored on the 2-point conversion, but Arundel (4-2, 5-2) scored the next five touchdowns to go ahead 42-8.

Annapolis scored two fourth-quarter touchdowns on White’s 7-yard run and Aidan Devoy’s 46-yard pass to Dayshawn Womack and added a 2-point conversion pass after the final score.

White had 127 yards on 18 carries, but Arundel outgained the Panthers, 334-247, rushing for 202 yards.

BROADNECK 42, SOUTH RIVER 7: Shane Davis threw for 301 yards and two touchdowns on 19-for-24 passing and Jason Carcamo gained 104 rushing yards and a touchdown as the Bruins defeated the Seahawks to improve to 7-0.

Ethon Williams caught both Davis’ touchdowns, including a 99-yard play in which he tipped a deep pass down to himself and ran with it. He finished with 149 yards on six catches. Steven Jacobs returned a fumble for a touchdown in the first quarter, and Davis and Tyrese Watson tacked on short rushing scores in the second half. Matthew McAllister and Alexander Roland grabbed interceptions.

Caleb Edney led South River with 100 rushing yards on 29 carries and scored his team’s lone touchdown.

MEADE 26, SEVERNA PARK 16: Dominic Cipriano and Joe Jennings scored on short runs for the Falcons, who fell to 1-6. John Compere added a 40-yard field goal for Severna Park.

NORTHEAST 40, SOUTHERN 13: Demontay Snowden carried the ball 12 times for 233 yards and four touchdowns and also caught a four yard touchdown pass as the Eagles (3-4) cruised past the Bulldogs (0-7). Snowden compiled touchdown runs of 78 yards, 56 yards and 47 yards as well as a seven yard run. Kenny Miller carried the ball six times for 65 yards while freshmen quarterback Riley Pitt carried the ball 15 times for 57 yards while completing five of seven passes for 26 yards with a touchdown and an interception. Anthony Valinotti made four solo tackles and picked off a pass for the Eagles.

OAKDALE 49, KENT ISLAND 27: Trent Jackson finished 19-for-29 for 202 passing yards and two touchdowns, plus a rushing touchdown, but the Bucs suffered their first loss of the season to the Bears in Ijamsville. Brandon Galloway carried the ball 16 times for 136 yards and a score, while Sean Mooney caught 10 passes for 95 yards and a touchdown. Jordan Walker also hauled in a 35-yard touchdown from Jackson. Kent Island (6-1) will play county rival North Caroline next week.

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