* 75-pounders -- Eddie Dolch scored four touchdowns and the Buccaneers raised their record to 5-0 by defeating the Brooklyn Park Broncos, 34-0, last week.
Dolch scored on two 12-yard runs in the first quarter and made it 20-0 when he scored from 41 yards out.
Britt Mitchell scored on an 11-yard run in the second quarter and then added the two-point kick to make it 28-0.
Dolch's fourth touchdown came in the third quarter when he raced 75 yards. Dolch finished with 152 yards and four touchdowns on seven carries.
Mitchell picked up 80 yards on 11 carries and quarterback Corey Reina added 23 yards on three tries and completed one pass for seven yards.
Freddie Sutherland, Cori Steward, Steve Hayes, Josh Booth, Kevin Crowder, Ryne Curry, Jason McDonald, Mike Mahon, Silas Arce, Jeremy Boss, Norman Henthorne and Drew Ward provided excellent blocking for the Buccaneers' running backs.
Playing well defensively for the Bucs were Mitchell (six tackles, two fumble recoveries), Reina (one interception), Dolch (four tackles), Billy Schollian (five tackles), Andrew Sears (one interception, four tackles), Todd Nelson (five tackles, two fumble recoveries), Steve Yaruta (one sack, four tackles), Chris Guino (three tackles) and Patrick Rice (five tackles).
The Bucs will travel to Andover Saturday for a 1 p.m. meeting with the Apaches.
* 120-pounders -- Scott Campbell scored four touchdowns to lead the Fort Meade Cougars to a 37-0 victory over GORC.
Campbell scored on runs of 65, 55 and 45 yards and caught an 80-yard touchdown pass from Brian Graddy.
The Cougars' final score came on a 60-yard run by Edmond Carazo.
Clearing the way for Campbell were offensive linemen Michael Brooks, Hector Colon, Jason Johnson, Dwayne Enderle, Chris Litherland, Brian Davis, Anthony Figueroa, Kenneth Fulton, Jerry Bigelow and Chris Atkins.
The Wildcats' defense limited GORC to one first down. Anchoring the defensive unit were Charlie Woodall, Pierre Gill, John Banks, Billy Johnson and Joseph Rouchon.
The Cougars will try to keep their winning streak alive when they play host to the Severn Savages on Saturday.
The Andover Apaches raised their record to 5-0 by defeating the Pasadena Chargers (4-1) last Saturday, 20-6.
Andover scored on its first play from scrimmage as Dominic Harris ran off-tackle for a 70-yard touchdown.
Keith Eldridge --ed 60 yards to the 5-yard-line, setting up a 2-yard touchdown run by Harris. Eldridge ran in the extra point to give the Apaches a 14-0 lead.
Andover's final touchdown came on a 10-yard strike from Dennis Emge to Mike Parks.
The Apache offensive line of Theo Bowie, Jeff Trevillian, Jason Santostefano, Jason King and Matt Stoffel controlled the line of scrimmage.
Trevillian recovered a fumble for the victors and Stoffel had two ,, sacks. Mike Parks chipped in with six tackles.
* 140-pounders -- Two big plays helped the Andover Apaches defeat the home-standing Pasadena Chargers, 14-6, last week.
Justin Walters started things off for the Apaches in the first quarter when he ran 65 yards, setting up a 1-yard touchdown run by Kiki Ellis. Walters then ran in for the extra point to put the Apaches out front, 7-0.
The Apaches (5-0) got some breathing room when Ellis returned the second-half kickoff 85 yards for a touchdown. Brian Speakman threw a key block for Ellis on his return and Tim Wilbruns' pass to Walters made it a 14-0 ballgame.
The Chargers scored in the third quarter after an Apaches fumble but were unable to convert the extra point and trailed 14-6.
Playing well for Andover were Jon Poe, David Kessler, Danny Rosales, Shawn Gaither, Adam Patterson, John Slemakeer, Tyrone McQuay and Scott Adkins.
The Maryland City Mustangs rallied to defeat the Severn Savages, 9-6, last week.
Jeremy Grizzle kicked a 30-yard field goal with 23 seconds remaining in the contest. In addition to his winning field goal, Grizzle had three sacks and two fumble recoveries.
Jamie Hitaffer evened the score at 6-6 when he plunged into the end zone from 3 yards out in the second quarter.
Chris Grayson was Maryland City's leading tackler with six solo stops. Stephen Diviaio, Justin Speigle and Phil Mulliniz each had four solo tackles and Hitaffer recorded a game-saving tackle on the game's final kickoff return.
Under-14 boys -- The Harundale Hawks downed the Gambrills-Odenton Recreation
Council Wildcats, 4-2, last week.
David Rountree had a hat trick for the Hawks, and teammate Jimmy McKusky added the fourth goal. Andy Messmore had six saves for the Hawks (2-2-1).
Harundale will play host to the Davidsonville Gators at 12:30 p.m. Saturday.
Under-11 girls -- In a battle of unbeaten teams, the Davidsonville Gators and the Greater Glen Burnie Hurricanes played to a scoreless tie on Saturday.
Alexandra Sullivan and Kristina Kirstein led the defensive effort for Davidsonville, and Kelli Hogan and Robyn Grimes led the offensive effort.
The Gators have shut out their opponents for four consecutive weeks.
Under-12 girls -- Kim Blotzer's first-half goal on a feed from Kristin Kaspary was all St. Jane needed to turn away visiting Davidsonville last week.
Kristin Monahan and Jennifer Helms shared time in the net for St. Jane and preserved the shutout with two saves each.
Faredeh Sadigan guarded the nets for Davidsonville and came away with 15 saves.
St. Jane had an easier time with Mountain Road and cruised to a 3-0 victory.
Blotzer scored all three goals for St. Jane, one of which came on an assist from Amy Carpenter. Helms contributed six saves.
The Severn Valley Racquet Club recently finished its annual Clay Court Doubles Championship.
In men's doubles, Chris and Franklin Chaney defeated John Noon and Tom Erderly, 6-0, 7-6.
The Chaneys advanced to the finals by defeating Tom Holmes and Bill Fawcett. Noon and Erderly qualified for final-round action by beating Chuck Friday and Jim Hare.
Diane McClatchey and Gwen Horrigan won the women's doubles title by defeating Susan Darnley and Ann Hambleton, 6-0, 6-2.
The champs upended Sally Chaney and Joan Heineck in the semifinals. Hambleton and Darnely beat Jane Stricker and Yvette Krom in the semifinals.
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