* 105-pounders -- Host GORC remained undefeated after its 36-13 homecoming conquest of Fort Meade (4-1) on Saturday.
Fort Meade's Danny Bobbitt opened the game's scoring by taking the opening kickoff for a touchdown. Following a Norris Roy interception, Justin Golliday scored on an 11-yard run.
Terrence Dorsey's recovery of an onside kick led to his 9-yard run in the second period, as GORC took an 18-6 lead.
In the third quarter, Travis Blake intercepted a pass, which led to an 11-yard touchdown scamper by Norris Roy. Roy would go on to score two more touchdowns on runs of 30 and 22 yards.
Dorsey scored his second touchdown in the fourth quarter on a 5-yard run. Maurice Brooks set up Fort Meade's final score with a 66-yard run, then bolted to a touchdown from 4 yards out.
The Wildcats' offensive line of Mark Tribett, Andre Penny, Jason Scott, Jeff Lloyd and Matt Tribett helped the winners accumulate 302 yards of total offense.
Defensive standouts included Kris Lundborg, Danny Somes, Jeff Lloyd, Dorsey, Roy and Golliday. Lamont Willis and Joshua Dixon stood out on the Fort Meade defensive unit.
The undefeated Pasadena Chargers celebrated their homecoming Saturday with a 28-6 win over the visiting Andover Apaches.
Andover opened the game with possession of the ball, but tackles by Wade Hall, Andrew Weisenborn and Matt Rzepkowski forced a turnover at the Chargers' 45-yard line.
On its first possession, a 45-yard run up the middle by Melvin Guthrie put Pasadena on the board. Hall ran in the ball for the conversion, giving Pasadena a 7-0 lead.
The kickoff to Andover resulted in a fumble with Clark Adams recovering for the Chargers at their 38. Pasadena began a drive down the field, and with the ball on the 5-yard line, Nick Irving went in for the first of his two touchdowns of the game. Adams ran in with the quarterback keeper for the extra point.
Rzepkowski's kickoff to the Apaches put the ball at Pasadena's 45. Tackles by Maurice Dorsey, Irving and Weisenborn pushed back the Apaches 11 yards. A quarterback sack by Guthrie took the Apaches back an additional 25 yards and the Chargers took possession on Andover's 24-yard line. The Chargers' offense set up a 1-yard touchdown sprint by Greg Formwalt. The extra-point attempt failed.
Andover took the kickoff to its own 41, but tackles by Attavin Carter and Lloyd Carter pushed Andover back and the Chargers took over on downs.
Two pass attempts by the Chargers were incomplete and tackles by Andover's Mike White and Jack Coleman forced Pasadena to give up the ball. Deep in its territory, Andover's offense was stopped on a quarterback sack by Darus Somerville.
Steve Fountain recovered the fumble for Pasadena and the Chargers took over 25 yards from the goal. The clock ran out on the first half with the Chargers only 13 yards from scoring.
Pasadena's Ryan Lucas returned the second-half kickoff to the Chargers' 45. The offense steadily moved the ball down field only to lose it on downs at Andover's 20. The Apaches had possession for only one play when Hall recovered a fumble for the Chargers.
Runs by Irving and Fountain set up a 2-yard touchdown -- by Irving. Somerville kicked a two-point conversion to make it 28-0, Chargers.
Andover's defense came to life when Charles Gaither ran back a fourth-quarter interception 65 yards to give the Apaches a touchdown. The extra point was stopped by Irving.
Gaither foiled Pasadena's last possession with a second interception. Andover's final drive to the goal was halted by the clock.
Pasadena's win was assisted by Paul "Trip" Harris, Warren McKeldon and Ross Dyott. The Apaches' efforts were aided by Les Ashburn and Craig Rhodes.
The Chargers play host to the East Glen Burnie Warriors at 1 p.m. Saturday.
* 90-pounders -- Six different players scored touchdowns in GORC's 39-0 homecoming win over the Fort Meade Cougars on Saturday.
Keontae Ballard scored the lone first-quarter touchdown on a 19-yard run. Ballard would wind up being the game's leading rusher with 101 yards on six carries.
Quarterback Colin Morse (4-for-6 passing for 44 yards, one touchdown, one interception) sneaked in from the one for the Wildcats' first touchdown of the second quarter, then passed to Billy Keim for the extra point. Later in the quarter, he threw a 30-yard scoring pass to Floyd Henson (56 yards on six carries) to put GORC up 19-0 at the half.
Mike Gregory (six rushes, 40 yards, one reception, eight yards) scored on a 1-yard plunge in the third quarter, and Morse hit Sean Smith for the conversion. Smith (two rushes, 22 yards) took over at quarterback and toppled in from the 1 on a quarterback sneak. Kevin Dyer caught a conversion pass from Smith to make the score 33-0.
Nathan Cummings (three carries, 20 yards) scored the final touchdown on a 4-yard run.
Dave Bowser helped the Wildcats' rushing attack with 23 yards on two carries, and Mike Hines added 11 yards on one attempt. The offensive line was led by center Brian Foley and right tackle Mike Hines.
Defensive stars included defensive back Keim (two interceptions) and defensive linemen Robert Ware and Bob Linkins.
The undefeated Andover Apaches continued their winning streak Saturday with a 25-6 win over the homestanding Pasadena Chargers.
T. C. Henson ran for 128 yards for the Pasadena Chargers, but it wasn't enough. A touchdown pass from Josh Banks to Brian Sanders was the Chargers' only score of the game.
Pasadena's defense dug in for the second half of the game, holding Andover scoreless with a gain of only 42 yards.
Chargers defensive coach Greg Formwalt praised the efforts of Spike Stinchcomb (three tackles), Scott Duncan and Marcus Jones (two tackles each).
The East Glen Burnie Warriors will travel to Lake Waterford to meet the Chargers at 11:30 a.m. Saturday. Andover will play host to visiting GORC at 2:30 p.m. Saturday.
Under-17 girls -- Stephanie Dull's first-half goal enabled the Severna Park Kickers to defeat Washington Area Girls Soccer League Division II foe Maclean (Va.), 1-0, on Oct. 3.
The Kickers (4-1) outshot the Magic 22-6, but many of their shots aimed straight at the opposing goalkeeper.
"Our defense controlled the game, we're just having a hard time putting the ball in the net," said Kickers coach Mel Kohler. "We're passing well, we cross the ball well, but our shooting has been ineffective."
Marcia Lavin made three saves for the winners, and second-string goalie Angie Zittle pulled in two. Severna Park will try to get its offense untracked against the Columbia Jets at Howard Community College on Sunday.
7-and-under coeds -- The 19th Nervous Breakdowns lost to the White Knights Saturday in a clinic league matchup.
Lindsay Addison and Caitlin McClearly put forth superior efforts as co-captains for the Breakdowns. B. J. Davis broke the shutout with a late goal for the Breakdowns.
Under-13 boys -- The Severna Park Sting won two games and lost one in last weekend's Virginia Beach Columbus Day Tournament.
In the opener against the Virginia Beach Football Club, Jon Parisi broke a scoreless tie in the final minute on a header. Adam Young and Sean McGarry were credited with assists.
The defense was led by Bernie Edwards, Spanky Moore, Steve Novak, Reid Shaklee, Timmy Smith, Bret Johnson and goalkeeper Rob Beatty, who stopped a penalty shot.
The Sting suffered a 4-0 setback to North Carolina state champ Winston-Salem (N.C.), but bounced back to nip Oakwood (Conn.), 2-1, in its final game.
Travis Wells put Severna Park ahead 1-0 when he scored an unassisted goal on a chip shot over the outstretched Oakwood keeper. Sean McGarry scored the game winner in the last minute of play when he stole the ball from an opposing player, dribbled down the right sideline and rifled a crossing pass that hit an opposing player's shoulder and bounced into the goal.
The Sting coaching staff lauded the midfield play of Billy Mooney, Jon Shedlosky, Greg Wojtech, Brandon Korink and Paul Harris.
Under-12 girls -- Farrah Hall's goal with 1:40 left in regulation gave the Cape St. Claire Cougars a 2-1 victory over Mayo in Saturday's Division III county league game.
Suzie Shuttleworth tied the game in the first half on an assist from Niki Westlund.
Defensively, the Cougars were led by defenders Shelley Peavy, Kristen Brousseau and Maggie Allen; stopper Steph Steimle; and midfielders Stacey Smith and Kristin Marshall.
Goalkeeper Kristin Trudeau made five saves, as she helped her team offensively with her booming punts out of the goal box.
The Cougars (2-2) will face the JPYO Wildthings on Oct. 23.
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