Edgewood (1-1 league, 3-3 overall) scored 21 unanswered points en route to its first home victory, 21-20, over Elkton in Susquehanna play.
The Rams offense was anchored by Jeremy Middlebrooks, who ran for 189 yards and two touchdowns. Izaiah Sneed had the other touchdown and Sean Kluchinsky put the winning extra point through the uprights with 2:21 left in the game.
Defensively, the Rams came alive in the second half, led by senior Langston Guinn, who tallied eight solo tackles and two assists. Three other players were close behind as James Johnson and Kluchinsky each had seven tackles and David Coates had six.
Bobcats thump Warriors
Bel Air (1-2 league, 4-2 overall) had no trouble with visiting Havre de Grace (0-3 league, 2-4 overall) in its 42-7 Chesapeake win. The Bobcats led 35-0 at the half and 42-0 before Havre de Grace scored its lone touchdown. It was the second straight game for Havre de Grace to lose 42-7.
Devin Bowers opened the scoring with a 45-yard touchdown run and Miguel Valdes ran for a two-point conversion. The defense then got involved, with Caleb Rollins picking up a fumble and racing 80 yards for a score. Bowers added the two-point conversion for a 16-0 lead.
Valdes added the next two scores for Bel Air, first on a 31-yard run and the second from 14 yards out. Kyle Hamrick had a two-point run following the first score, but the conversion for two points failed after the second Valdes run.
Bowers then added his second score by three-yard run and again, the conversion failed. The final Bel Air touchdown came on a 46-yard pass from Matt Wallace to Ben Webber.
Havre de Grace's lone score came in the final minute with Jack Eberhardt passing six yards to Chop Jones and Geno Nappi kicking the extra point.
Joppatowne bashes Lansdowne
The Joppatowne Mariners (3-3 overall, 2-0 Susquehanna) earned a home-field, shutout win on Friday, dispatching Lansdowne, 41-0.
Joppatowne running back Shawn Johnson led the Mariners' attack, gathering 155 yards and scoring two touchdowns on 10 carries.
Malik Smith had 68 yards and two touchdowns on five carries, while Will Downs had 50 yards on seven carries.
Joppatowne quarterback Kenny Baroch scored one rushing touchdown, and, though he only threw one pass the entire game, it happened to be a 58-yard touchdown to Raequan Demby.
Joppatowne kicker Nick Lloyd was a perfect five-for-five on extra-point attempts.
Ryan Webb had one interception in the victory and posted five tackles, while Brandon Waters also had five tackles.
Harford Tech topped
Playing at home Friday night, the Harford Tech Cobras suffered a 21-14 loss to the Bo Manor Eagles.
The loss dropped Harford Tech to 0-5 overall and 0-2 in Susquehanna Division play.
Patriots lose again
John Carroll (3-4 overall) lost Saturday in MIAA B Conference action for a second straight week, falling at Severn, 33-10. The loss dropped the Patriots to 0-2 in league play.
Quarterback Christian Scott scored on a first quarter run to put the Patriots on the scoreboard. Steven Cutchin added the extra point and a 31-yard field goal in the second quarter to give the Patriots a 10-7 halftime lead. Unfortunately, that's all the Patriots scored.
Severn, meanwhile, scored seven points in the first quarter, but then posted 13-point third and fourth quarters while shutting John Carroll out.
Paul Lorick rushed for 78 yards on 21 carries, while Scott had 50 yards on 10 carries. Scott completed 1-of-6 passes for 30 yards. He was intercepted twice. Jerome Brown had the pass reception and added 25 rushing yards on seven carries.
Gus Lane made 14 total tackles to lead the defense and Scott added nine tackles. Luke Rinehart had seven tackles and Andrew Reininger had two sacks, a caused fumble and a recovered fumble.