Tailback Donnie Neal made school history last week by rushing for six touchdowns in Reginald Lewis' 48-0 win over Ben Franklin-Masonville Cove. The Falcons were at it again Friday when they beat host Forest Park, 48-8, for the first time in Baltimore City Division II football action.
Neal had 125 yards on 13 carries and two touchdowns. Quarterback Tayvon Queen was 8-for-9 passing for 147 yards and a touchdown along with two rushing touchdowns, one a 47-yard scamper in the second quarter. Lewis lost, 18-16, last year to the Foresters and "it left a bitter taste in our mouths," coach Donte Foster said. .
No. 4 Arundel 40, Meade 8: Jack Gordon threw three touchdown passes and rushed for an additional score to lead the host Wildcats (3-0) past the Mustangs.
No. 9 Dunbar 27, City 0: Coleman Blackston ran for 218 yards on 15 carries and scored a touchdown as the host Poets (2-1) shut out the Knights in Baltimore City Division I. Jaquan Holt also ran for 107 yards on 14 carries and outside linebacker Teon Ransome led the defense with 15 tackles. Carlos Austin also scored on a 65-yard punt return.
No. 14 Archbishop Curley 42, Owings Mills 6: The host Friars (3-0) fumbled three times in the first half but took care of the ball in a 22-0 third quarter to spark the win. Kenny Thomas rushed 13 times for 113 yards and two touchdowns, and Nik D'Avanzo had eight carries for 92 yards and two touchdowns.
No. 15 St. Paul's 44, North Harford 14: Dale Harris rushed 15 times for 201 yards and Tre Hamer had two touchdown catches to power the host Crusaders (3-0). St. Paul's led 37-0 before the Hawks (1-2) scored their first points in the third quarter. The Crusaders totaled 415 yards on 36 plays and held North Harford to two first downs in the first half.
Boys' Latin 24, Severn 17, OT: Frederick Bopst completed a 10-yard pass to Christian Knight to lift the visiting Lakers (2-1) over the Admirals (2-1). The two combined efforts earlier in the third quarter for a 14-9 lead. Boys' Latin has won two straight.
Mount Hebron 41, Wilde Lake 6: The Vikings (3-0) beat the Wildecats (1-2) for the first time since 2005.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun