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Friday's varsity roundup: No. 2 Calvert Hall survives

Friday's varsity roundup: No. 2 Calvert Hall survives

Calvert Hall's C.J. Williams sacks Georgetown Prep quarterback Tre Johnson during the first half of the Cardinals' 22-13 victory Friday night. (Steve Ruark/Patuxent Publishing)

A roundup of notable sporting events from Friday:

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FOOTBALL

No. 2 Calvert Hall needed everything it had to hold off underdog Georgetown Prep, 22-13, Friday night. The Cardinals (5-1) clung to a 15-13 lead before senior running back C.J. Williams scored the clinching touchdown on a 2-yard plunge with 2:54 left in the game.

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Calvert Hall out-gained the Little Hoyas, 220-60, in the first half but could only manage a modest 9-3 advantage at the intermission.

Quarterback Thomas Stuart scored twice for the Cardinals and Austen Strachen added a 30-yard field goal.

Mike DePaul scored on a 66-yard pass from quarterback Tre Johnson nd Ed Brenne added two field goals for Georgetown Prep (3-5).

No. 8 Poly 34, Southwestern 7: The visiting Engineers (7-0) used tough defense to shut down the Sabers (2-5) scoring in three quarters.

Rashid Tynes led Poly's defense with nine tackles and Priestly Shuler had eight tackles and one sack.

Shuler and Nigel Benjamin led the offense, each scored two touchdowns.

During a 20-point second quarter, Benjamin caught a 14-yard pass and had an 87-yard fumble return. Shuler closed out the scoring with a 35 and 26-yard runs. Shuler had six carries for 104 yards.

Southwestern's lone score came in the second quarter, a 10 touchdown run by Tony Gardner.

No. 10 Archbishop Spalding 24, Vally Forge Military Academy (Pa.) 13: Alex Trantin had an interception in the fourth quarter that led to a D.J. Smith three-yard run that put the game away as the Cavaliers (5-2) defeated the visitors from Pennsylvania.

City 13, Digital Harbor 6: Tayshawn Mayo capped the Knights first drive with a 34-yard touchdown run and Derell Shelton added a fumble return for a 13-0 City lead in the first quarter.BOYS SOCCER

No. 1 Archbishop Curley 0, St. Anthony's (N.Y.) 0 2OT: The Friars (12-2-1) of Baltimore went to Long Island, N.Y. and battled those Frairs to a 0-0 tie in a game lasted into two overtime periods. Jake Ossie had 8 saves for Curley and Anthony Lopatowski had 5 saves for St. Anthony's. Curley takes on Chaminade later today.

St. Paul's 5, St. Mary's 1: Freshman Nate Hall had a goal and two assists to power the host Crusaders (12-3) past the Saints.

St. Paul's outshot St. Mary's, 12-5.

FIELD HOCKEY

No. 2 Garrison Forest 1, St. Paul's 1, OT: Trailing 1-0, Sam Fine scored on a penalty corner 3:30 into the second half to knot the scoring for the visiting Gators.

Austin Davis gave the Grizzlies (12-1-1) a 1-0 lead at the 14:40 mark of the first half. Garrison had several chances to score, but St. Paul's goalie Carrera Lucas made a game-high 14 saves.

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

No. 3 Towson def. Owings Mills, 3-0: Emily Lansinger had seven kills to lead the Generals (11-1).l

Towson won, 25-4, 25-7, 25-13.

No. 14 Dulaney def. Patapsco, 3-0: Bridget McManus anchored the defense for the host Lions (11-0).

Dulaney won, 25-5, 25-12, 25-10.

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