This year's Mighty Eagle 5K & Fun Run at St. John's Westminster attracted a record 50 entrants. Proceeds will benefit St. John Catholic School's general fund and will be used for additional playground equipment.
The game-winning goal came on the opening face-off of the third overtime. Senior midfielder Naveen Pattasseril won the face-off, Jake Mackenzie scooped up the ground ball and flipped it to Worsley sprinting toward the net.
The Owls (1-7) have struggled through a difficult start. Senior leader Gianni Pescetto separated his shoulder in the season's first game. He's been forced to watch from the bench while the Owls played a difficult schedule that included county front-runner Winters Mill and reigning Class 3A state champion Centennial.
Mavericks senior Ethan Bare rushed for a career-high 214 yards on 23 bruising carries. After Smith's momentum-changing interception, Bare had a 44-yard scamper that set up a 24-yard touchdown run by senior fullback Trevor Fuller to give the Mavericks a 14-0 lead.
SC's Steven Stockslager, a 250-pound guard, paved the way for many of South Carroll's power run plays, including Jamar Williams' 85-yard touchdown run on the Cavaliers' first offensive play. South Carroll rushed for 375 yards on 32 carries. That's 11.7 yards per carry.
Century coach Jim Holzman credited Adam Lanni for showing senior leadership. After trailing for much of the second half, the Knights had one last possession to salvage a quality result. Their quarterback kept the drive alive with two completions.
After losing to Bowie and Oakdale in a frustrating first two weeks of the season, Westminster rallied late to beat traditional Frederick County power Urbana last week in a key road win. The Urbana win marked Lang's season debut.
Noah Rohrer's 30-yard punt return down the sideline prompted the boisterous Liberty student section to chant "he's a sophomore." He added a 20-yard punt return in the third quarter and a 40-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter, a play that earned compliments from Williamsport's assistant coaches in the press box.