Week 2 on the gridiron in Harford County produced a few more winners as Edgewood, Bel Air, John Carroll and Havre de Grace all stayed unbeaten, while a couple other teams got into the win column for the first time.

Rams shut out Huskies


Edgewood improved to 2-0 with an 41-0 shutout over host Patterson Mill (0-2).

Myron Williams Jr. had three touchdown passes and 217 passing yards. Williams also rushed for 119 yards and two additional scores.

Khalil Copes-Jones and Ryan Webb (one punt return) each had two touchdowns.

Defensively the Rams were led by Daryl Cooper's four tackles. The Rams had a forced fumble by Darian Summerville and fumble recoveries by Cooper and Tayshawn McGraw, while Cameron York added an interception. York also paced all special teamers with four total tackles.

Justin Erkoboni punted six times for an 40-yard average for the Huskies. Ethan Mills had 12 tackles and Devlin Hagan had 11. Both had one tackle for loss to lead the Huskies defense.

Warriors blank Mariners

Havre de Grace (2-0) scored in every quarter and won its second straight shutout after beating host Joppatowne (0-2), 32-0.

The Mariners and Joppatowne community celebrated with County Executive Barry Glassman in officially opening the new artificial turf field at Mariners Stadium and then it was all Warriors.

Havre de Grace jumped ahead on its second possession with quarterback Jack Eberhardt (12-23, 168 yards) connecting with Isaiah Jackson on an 25-yard scoring strike. Jackson (46 yards) and Jordan Day (37 yards)

Tyler Hartman, who was 3-for-4 on extra-point attempts, provided all the scoring in the second quarter with his 32-yard field goal. The Warriors led 10-0 at half.

A blocked punt by Eric Garrett set Havre de Grace up at the Joppatowne 13 to begin the second half and Ombre Glover took the first snap 13 yards into the end zone.

A Jacob Sweigart fumble recovery had the Warriors looking for more at the Mariners five, but the Warriors fumbled the ball right back. A matter of minutes later, however, the Warriors added two points when Russell Webb and Sweigart combined to bring down Joey John in the end zone for a safety.

The Warriors turned the ensuing free kick into points as well. A 24-yard return by Will Ashman to the Joppatowne 37 was cashed in seven plays later on Knowledge Johnson's 16-yard scoring run.

Glover (20 carries, 83 yards) closed the scoring with an eight-yard run midway through the fourth quarter.


Bobcats beat Friendly

Bel Air moved to 2-0 with an impressive road victory at Friendly, 10-7, Friday night.

The Bobcats scoring came on an Christian Karidias one-yard sneak and 27-yard field goal by Daniel Webber, who also added an extra point kick.

Bel Air controlled the game with a rushing attack that ran the ball 43 times and passed just twice. Keegan McHugh was the leading rusher, gaining 97 yards on 17 carries. Webber added 36 yards on eight carries.

Jimmy Nicol threw the only completed pass to Jonathan Scott, covering 11 yards.

Jack Jenkens led the Bobcats defense with 10 tackles, while Jaleel Lowe had seven tackles. Other tacklers were Dylan Robinson and Nicol, with six each.

Cobi Drouillard intercepted two passes for the second week in a row, while Jack Goldstein added a fumble recovery.

Patriots are 3-0

John Carroll improved to 3-0 Friday evening, beating visiting Delmar, 50-14.

The Patriots rode the arm of quarterback Kurt Rawlings and the legs of running back Devin Darrington. Rawlings completed 16-of-19 passes for 397 yards and four touchdowns. Darrington, who caught one of the touchdown passes for seven yards, also rushed for three scores.

Darrington finished with 145 yards on 11 carries. Alex Rasmussen hauled in four passes for 119 yards and two scores and Josh Payne-White had three receptions for 53 yards and a touchdown. Ky'el Hemby didn't have a touchdown, but he led the Patriots receiving corps with six catches for 173 yards.

Damon Lloyd led the defense with 14 tackles and Brett Raynor added 10. Rasmussen added an interception.

Eagles beat Panthers

Aberdeen (1-1) evened its record with an 27-7 win at Perryville, dropping the Panthers to 0-2.

Karl Lyons led the Eagles, scoring twice. Lyons took a punt back 65 yards for a score and then ran 15 yards for another.

Trejuan Malloy also scored on a 70-yard pass from Stephon Blackwell, who finished 11-for-17 for 165 yards.

Isaiah Everett added 148 yards and a score on eight carries and Sam Smith led the defense with six tackles and an interception.

Hawks fall on road

North Harford fell to 1-1 with an 36-30 loss at South Carroll on Friday.

South Carroll led 24-8 at halftime, but North Harford rallied to tie the game at 30. South Carroll, however, scored the game-winner with a minute left.

Jeff Mergler led the Hawks offense with three rushing touchdowns, while Ethan Johnson tossed a touchdown pass to Kyle Keating.

That same combination worked on an two-point pass play and Johnson also ran for another two-point conversion. Mergler also had a two-point run.

Tech falls at home

Harford Tech (0-2) lost to visiting Tower Hill from Delaware, 24-12. Tech was led on offense by Blake Godwin and Kyle Cicone. Each scored a touchdown.

Other scores

Fallston slipped to 1-1, losing to visiting Boys' Latin, 45-21, and C. Milton Wright improved to 1-1 with a 19-0 win over visiting Rising Sun.