Dylan Young competed 10 of 19 pass attempts for 278 yards, including an 80-yard score to receiver Russell Tongue, to lead Chesapeake to a 21-10 victory over Severna Park on Saturday.
Khalil Gary rushed for two touchdowns for Chesapeake (2-0).
Jerry Jennings led the Falcons with six receptions for 107 yards and a touchdown. Jordan Hallet threw for 164 yards and one touchdown and Deon Dorsey rushed for 105 yards on 18 carries for Severna Park (1-1).
ARUNDEL 26, MEADE 22: Gereme Spraggins scored two second-half touchdowns, including the go-ahead 6-yard run with 2:44 to play, as the Wildcats fought back from a 22-0 deficit and took possession of the Jerry Mears Cup with the victory.
Austin Slye started the comeback with an 11-yard touchdown pass to Chaz Goodman late in the first half, then Slye scored on a 7-yard run in the third quarter to make it a 22-14 game.
Slye finished with 203 yards passing and added 96 yards on the ground for Arundel (2-0).
Jaden Herring, Maliek Washington and Carl Hawkins had touchdown runs for the Mustangs (0-2).
BROADNECK 35, NORTH COUNTY 0: Joshua Ehrlich threw four touchdown passes as the Bruins routed the Knights.
Ehrlich, a freshman, completed 9 of 22 pass attempts for 176 yards. Senior Ethon Williams caught four passes — three for touchdowns — for 82 yards. Andre Woods Jr. caught a 22-yard scoring pass for Broadneck (2-0).
Running back Jason Carcamo rushed 22 times for 124 yards for the Bruins, who finished with 378 yards in total offense, including 202 on the ground.
North County quarterback Deontez Parker completed 5 of 15 passes for 87 yards. Chris Leslie rushed 13 times for 71 yards for the Knights (0-2).
NORTHEAST 26, ABERDEEN 6: In the only game among Anne Arundel County teams completed on Friday, Bennett Diaz scored a pair of touchdowns to lead Northeast to a 26-6 victory over Aberdeen.
Josh Krick and Riley Pitt also scored for the Eagles, who ran out to a 20-0 lead after three quarters.
Diaz scored on runs of 61 and 12 yards and finished with 133 yards on 11 carries. Krick had 60 yards on seven carries and a 7-yard touchdown run, while Pitt scored from 20 yards out and had 32 yards on just four carries for the Eagles (2-0).
Grayson Biekert recovered a fumble and Pitt and Billy Kazenberger had interceptions for Northeast, which avenged a 41-29 loss to Aberdeen last year.