From Sun staff reports
4:42 AM EDT, September 28, 2013
Host Perry Hall scored three touchdowns in the second quarter and went on to upset No. 9 Franklin, 21-7, in football.
Jeff Iweh rushed for one touchdown and threw for another.
He had a 1-yard touchdown run to give the Gators (3-1) a 13-0 lead and on the next scoring drive completed a 15-yard touchdown pass to Nick Davis (four catches for 55 yards).
Coach Keith Robinson said big plays were keys to the win, including a 20-yard pass to Malik Morris and two interceptions by Courtney Johnson.
No. 2 River Hill 42, Centennial 7: The host Hawks (4-0) extended their winning streak to 28 games. Cory Daniel rushed for two touchdowns, blocked a punt and had an interception.
Chris Galloway had a 90-yard kickoff return and an 82-yard interception return. The Eagles fell to 3-1.
No. 4 Meade 37, Chesapeake-AA 31: The host Mustangs (3-1) were outscored 19-3 in the second half, but held on to beat the Cougars (1-3).
Meade's Marcus Smith completed seven of 14 passes for 140 yards and two touchdowns. Smith also had 13 carries for 77 yards and a touchdown. Kyle Evans had 23 carries for 203 yards and a touchdown.
No. 12 Arundel 41, Glen Burnie 14: Anthony Messenger completed 18 of 24 passes for 214 yards and a touchdown to lead the host Wildcats (3-1) past the Gophers (1-3).
No. 13 Glenelg 35, Hammond 3: Glenelg's win over visiting Hammond was not the most exciting football game ever staged, but it was certainly Gladiators football.
Twelve players carried the ball for Glenelg (3-1) in the win, led by seniors Jared Jacoby (16 carries, 94 yards, 1 TD) and David Brookhart (11 carries, 84 yards, 3 TDs).
Hammond, which came into the game undefeated, allowed a 52-yard touchdown pass from Jack Hogan to Luke Cheswick just before halftime, then fumbled the ball away on its first two second-half possessions, both leading to Glenelg touchdowns.
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Kenwood 28, Catonsville 7: The host Bluebirds (4-0) surrendered their first points all season in the first quarter and broke a tie at 7 in the fourth quarter.
Jaleel Feggins threw two touchdown passes to Chrishawn Lewis. Kenwood has outscored its opponents 149-7 in four games.
Northwestern 14, Lake Clifton 8: Martez Boone was 9-for-11 for 153 yards and threw a 60-yard touchdown pass for the host Wildcats (2-2).
Boone also had nine carries for 100 yards and a 2-yard touchdown run and an extra-point conversion.
No. 5 Loyola 1, No. 9 Gilman 1, 2OT: Riley Collins gave the host Dons (6-3-1, 3-2-1 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference) a 1-0 lead on an assist from Ryan Conrad before the Greyhounds (5-3-1, 3-3-1) knotted the score with 30 seconds left in regulation.
Loyola appeared to have scored in the second overtime, but the goal was disallowed.
No. 12 Mount St. Joseph 1, No. 10 Calvert Hall 0: Jeremy Shugars scored the game-winner from 23 yards out for the visiting Gaels (4-4, 3-3 MIAA A Conference).
St. Mary's 1, Gerstell Academy 0: The host Saints (4-6, 3-2 MIAA BConference) won on a second-half goal by Chet Hebden, assisted by Nick Armero. The Falcons fell to 9-1, 4-1.
No. 1 C. Milton Wright 1, Fallston 0: Sabrina Rhodes scored the only goal from the top of the circle 4:53 into the game for the visiting Mustangs (7-0).
Twin sister Sydney Rhodes made six saves. The Cougars fell to 4-4-1.
No. 5 Archbishop Spalding 7, Sts. Peter & Paul 0: Erin Shanahan scored twice to power the host Cavaliers (10-1) past the Sabres.
No. 6 Glenelg 2, Mount Hebron 1: Stephanie Asher scored twice to help the host Gladiators (6-2) past the Vikings (7-1).Glenelg led 1-0 at the break.
St. Mary's 2, Notre Dame Prep 1: Mackenzie Coyle had a goal and an assist to lead the host Saints (2-5, 2-5 Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference) past the Blazers (3-6, 3-5).
No. 11 St. Paul's d. C. Milton Wright, 3-1: The visiting Gators (4-4) overcame serving errors in the second set to win.
Cassidy Crossland had nine kills and three aces and MaryLouis Sparrow had six kills for St. Paul's, which won, 25-23, 20-25, 29-27, 25-14.
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