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Varsity roundup (Oct. 14): Rentz steps in, accounts for four touchdowns to lead Severn, 27-21

From Sun staff reports

Backup quarterback Henry Rentz stepped up for Severn when the Admirals needed him most.

Rentz had four touchdowns to power the visiting Admirals past Boys' Latin, 27-21, Saturday in football.

Rentz threw two touchdown passes and had two rushing touchdowns. On defense, he came up with an interception.

With the win, Severn improved to 7-0, 3-0 and claimed sole possession of first place in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference. The Lakers fell to 4-3, 3-1.

Severn's Jake Lilly caught a touchdown pass and Jacob Jarosz had four sacks.

Boys soccer

No. 1 Archbishop Curley 4, St. Augustine Prep (N.J.) 0: Ben Stitz scored twice and the Friars (16-1-1) beat the Hermits (8-4-3) at Villanova's Higgins Soccer Complex.

"I think we started to wear them down," Curley coach Barry Stitz said. "It's a really big field. [St. Augustine] played tough with an organized defense."

The Friars' first goal came 25 minutes into the game. They next scored at the midway point of the second half and twice in the final 10 minutes.

Good Counsel 2, No. 13 Bel Air 1: The Bobcats' lone goal came from Ethan Lassen assisted by Connor Lorenz. Jake Fiacco made eight saves for Bel Air (8-4). The Falcons improved to 7-2-3. The Bobcats have lost their past two games.

Good Counsel is on a three-game winning streak and next travels to Bishop McNamara on Tuesday at 4 p.m.

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