Havre de Grace responded with the little time left, starting at the North East 49-yard line, after nice kickoff return from Mikey Wheeler.

Three consecutive passes to Chop Jones moved the ball to the North East 25. A 19-yard completion to Sonny Smith moved the ball to the six. Eventually, the Warriors scored on a three-yard pass to Penn, but the extra-point kick was wide left.

The Warriors went to the half down 14-13, but by pitching a shutout in the second half, rolled to the win. Havre de Grace scored 10 points in the third quarter and seven in the fourth.

Shawn Cardwell put the Warriors back ahead on a three-yard touchdown run. Jack Eberhardt's conversion pass to Jones made it 21-14. A blocked punt minutes later by Sonny Smith resulted in a safety for Havre de Grace, which led 23-14.


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Cardwell's second touchdown run and Nappi's extra-point closed the scoring with 7:32 left in the game.

Cardwell finished with 105 yards and two scores on 17 carries. Jordan Hawthorne added 107 yards on 13 carries. Jones had five catches for 40 yards.

Jack Smith and Judeah Sale led the defense with seven total tackles each.

North Harford dropped in overtime

The North Harford Hawks (1-1) were knocked off 24-21 at home Friday by the Loyola squad.

North Harford kicker Sean Bowling opened scoring in the first quarter with a 27-yard field goal.

Following two Loyola touchdowns, Bowling hit another field goal, this one from 31 yards out, to cut the Hawks' deficit to 14-6.

In the third quarter, North Harford got its first touchdown, which came on a 25-yard interception return by Ryan Feiss. Bowling's extra-point kick was good, and the Hawks were trailing by one point.

Quarterback Nic Hammer put the Hawks up with a two-yard touchdown run, and Scott Angstadt found the end zone on the ensuing two-point conversion attempt, making the score 21-14 in the hosts' favor.

Loyola tied the game in the fourth quarter with a 10-yard touchdown run, then hit a 23-yard kick in overtime to seal the victory.

Fallston over Rising Sun

The Fallston Cougars (3-0) beat host Rising Sun, 40-7, on Friday night.

Cougar quarterback Brendan Weinhold completed seven of 13 passes for 111 yards and two touchdowns.

Fallston's Ross Mitchell caught two passes, one of which was a touchdown reception, for 91 total yards. Brad Rose had one 20-yard touchdown catch in the victory.

Leading Fallston on the ground was Andrew Monaghan, who totaled 140 yards and two touchdowns on 19 rushing attempts. Mitchell ran for 38 yards and scored one touchdown on four carries.

Rose picked off one Rising Sun pass and returned it for 26 yards.