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Weekend wrap — Big day for Robinson

Atholton's improbable undefeated season continued this weekend thanks in large part to Maryland athlete recruit Matt Robinson.

In the Raiders' 49-13 win over Marriotts Ridge, Robinson contributed six tackles on defense and, once again, made a big impact on offense.

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Kalvin Seamonson completed all five of his pass attempts for 105 yards and three touchdowns, including scoring passes of 31 and 27 yards to Matt Robinson, in the homecoming win.• Terps quarterback recruit Tyler Smith guided Wilson Area (Pa.) High to its seventh win of the season.

Tyler Smith passed for 251 yards and two touchdowns and Ray Mosby rushed for 122 yards and scored four touchdowns to lead the unbeaten Warriors to a convincing 45-21 victory over Southern Lehigh at Smith Field.

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• UM quarterback commitment Devin Burns played just one half in Carver (Ga.) High's 47-8 win over Kendrick.

Burns was 7-for-12 passing with an interception and threw for 119 yards.

• Maryland safety pledge Titus Till helped Wise to its state-record seventh straight shutout, a 44-0 win over Oxon Hill.

"We were just going out and playing our game," said Wise senior safety Titus Till. "We are just doing what we do and haven't really been preoccupied with what it meant."

• Terps defensive back recruit Jeremiah Johnson found the end zone once in Suitland's 34-0 win over Laurel.

The Rams blocked a Laurel punt, and [Suitland quarterback Devonte] Lindsey followed with a 20-yard score to Jeremiah Johnson with 1:50 remaining in the third.

• UM tight end commitment Nermin Delic helped Northwest Whitfield to a 14-3 win over Sequoyah, which gave the Bruins sole possession of first place in the Georgia sub-region 7A-4A.

"It was all execution," said Delic, who made a critical sack for a 9-yard loss late in the fourth quarter. "Everyone was doing their job and staying motivated. It's all about doing your job every play without being selfish."

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