See scores and stats from Week 2 of the Howard County football season.
See scores and stats from Week 2 of the Howard County football season. (Jen Rynda/Baltimore Sun Media Group)

Here is a roundup of varsity action in Howard County on Friday, Sept. 13, 2019:


Marriotts Ridge 7, Wilde Lake 0

Long Reach 13, Reservoir 0

Oakland Mills 26, Atholton 12

Box score:


OM — 6 7 0 13 — 26

A — 0 12 0 0 — 12

Scoring plays:

First quarter

OM: Kai Castle 3-yard run, kick no good [6-0]

Second quarter

A: Harlem Morton 65-yard punt return, kick no good [6-6]

OM: Devin Williams 24-yard interception return, Alejandro Ramirez kick [13-6]

A: Jonathan Watkins 4-yard run, two-point conversion failed [13-12]

Fourth quarter

OM: Kai Castle 33-yard run, Ramirez kick [20-12]

OM: Kai Castle 26-yard run, two-point conversion failed [26-12]

River Hill 62, Mt. Hebron 7

Glenelg 29, Smyrna (Del.) 26

The Gladiators (1-0, 2-0) beat Smyrna (0-2) from Delaware after there were two lead changes in the last three minutes. Mason Davis went 6 for 12 passing for 103 yards and touchdown and added two rushing touchdowns. Adrian Russell rushed for 70 yards on 12 carries and Kyle Dry carried it 12 times for 55 yards. Mason Davis connected with Kyle Dry for a 57-yard touchdown pass with 16 seconds left in the game. The defense was led by Drew Sotka, who had a 40-yard interception return and a 45-yard kick return that set up the final score.

Box score:


G – 7 0 8 14 – 29

S – 6 6 0 14 – 26

First quarter

G: Mason Davis 1-yard run, Chris Retzbach kick [7-6]

S: Wayne Night 11-yard reception from Aidan Sanchez, two-point conversion failed [7-6]

Second quarter

S: Nick Richardson 1-yard run, two-point conversion failed [7-12]

Third quarter

G: Adrian Russell 25-yard run, Kyle Dry two-point conversion good [15-12]

Fourth quarter

G: Davis 1-yard run, Retzbach kick [22-12]

S: Makhi Jackson 18-yard reception from Sanchez, two-point conversion failed [22-18]

S: Jackson 29-yard reception from Sanchez, Darryl Williams two-point conversion [22-26]

G: Dry 57-yard reception from Davis, Retzbach kick [29-26]

South Hagerstown 19, Howard 10

Francis Scott Key 43, Centennial 6

Catonsville 25, Hammond 14

Hammond couldn’t hold onto a 14-point lead late in the third quarter. Rafael Oliva led the Golden Bears with five catches for 98 yards and two touchdowns. Sam Mercedes led a rushing attack that totaled more than 230 yards with 14 carries for 134 yards.

Box score:

Ha — 8 6 0 0 — 14

C — 0 0 6 19 — 25

First quarter

Ha: Rafael Oliva 65-yard pass from Eric Grinwis, Ronald Sample run [0-8]

Second quarter

Ha: Oliva 15-yard pass from Grinwis, two-point conversion failed [0-14]

Third quarter

C: Fumble recovery, kick blocked [6-14]

Fourth quarter

C: Marciss Lawson 68-yard pass from Jacob Diluca, two-point conversion failed [12-14]

C: Damon Chase 1-yard run, two-point conversion failed [18-14]

C: Chase 36-yard run, kick good [25-14]


River Hill 1, Severna Park 0

Jonah Stoutenborough finished a cross from Jed Dixon 10 minutes in and the Hawks’ defense made the one-goal cushion stand up the rest of the way. The Hawks (3-0) outshot Severna Park 13-2 on the game.

Box score:

Goal: RH – Jonah Stoutenborough.

Assist: RH – Jed Dixon.

Saves: RH – Eric Gesell; SP – Benjamin McClay 12.

Half: 1-0 RH.

Atholton 1, Century 0

Senior Andrew Kodsi scored off an assist from sophomore Josh Martin to account for the lone goal in the Raiders’ shutout victory in the non-county contest. Nick Desousa had eight saves for Atholton (1-2-2).

Goals: A — Andrew Kodsi.

Assists: A — Josh Martin.

Saves: A — Nick Desousa 8.

Glenelg Country 4, Gerstell 1


Mt. Hebron 6, Centennial 0

Box score:

Goals: MH – Maddy Craig 2, Mia Holland, Esha Shah, Ashley Unkenholz, Ella Rinz.

Assist: MH – Mia Holland.

Saves: MH – Hailey Conklin 5, Skyla Wood 1; C – Casey Stratton 11.

Half: 3-0 MH.


Severna Park 2, Mt. Hebron 1

Leonardtown 5, River Hill 5

Leonardtown won the penalty kick shootout, 4-3, over River Hill (0-2).

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