Football* 75-pounders -- Eddie Dolch carried the...



* 75-pounders -- Eddie Dolch carried the ball nine times for 161 yards and four touchdowns to lead the Buccaneers to a 32-6 win Saturday over the Anne Arundel Gridiron Rebels.

Dolch began his scoring binge in the first quarter when he found the end zone from 3 yards away. Dolch added two more scores in the second quarter on runs of 32 and 50 yards, giving the Bucs an 18-0 halftime lead.

Tevon Johnson opened the second-half scoring on a 22-yard run, and Britt Mitchell scored a few moments later on a 3-yard plunge up the middle.

Dolch scored his final touchdown on a 46-yard run midway through the fourth quarter.

Blocking well up front for the Bucs were Drew Ward, Steve Hayes, Cori Stewart, Todd Nelson, Mike Mahon, Steve Yaruta, Ryne Curry, Kevin Crowder, Jeremy Boss, Jason McDonald, Norman Henthorne and Josh Booth.

Billy Schollian led the way defensively for the Bucs with nine tackles and three sacks. Other defensive standouts included Mitchell (interception), Patrick Rice, Todd Nelson and Chris Guinoo (four tackles each); Corey Reina and Andrew Sears (three tackles each); Dolch (five tackles) and Silas Arc (on-side kick recovery).

L The Bucs (6-1) will play host to Severn at 10 a.m. Saturday.

The Maryland City Mustangs were defeated, 38-0, by the Pasadena Chargers in the Mustangs' homecoming game on Saturday.

Most Valuable Player awards for Maryland City were earned by Kevin Logan (10 solo tackles) and Romeje Richards.

* 90-pounders -- The Andover Apaches clinched the Patapsco Conference title by defeating the Greater Odenton Recreation Council Wildcats, 26-18, Saturday.

Jimmie Richardson led the charge for the Apaches (7-0) with three touchdowns runs for 67, 59 and 40 yards. Backfield mate Eric Pinkney added a 48-yard scoring run in the second quarter.

Keontae Ballard led the Wildcats (5-2) in rushing with 103 yards on eight carries, including a 48-yard touchdown. Floyd Henson (9 rushes, 36 yards) caught two passes for 46 yards, including a 28-yarder from Colin Morse (6-for-10 for 69). Morse also scored on a 1-yard plunge to bring the Cats to within one point in the final period. Mike Gregory helped GORC with 33 yards rushing on seven attempts and caught four passes for 23 yards.

Defensively, the Wildcats were led by nose guard Bob Linkins, defensive end Jerome Coates and safety Billy Keim. Left tackle Joe Welsh and right tackle Mike Hines provided excellent blocking for the GORC offensive unit.

* 105-pounders -- Despite a 77-yard touchdown run by Maryland City Most Valuable Player Dennis Gore, the Mustangs were beaten, 25-6, by the visiting Pasadena Chargers to ruin the Mustangs' homecoming.

DeAnte Saab was the defensive MVP for Maryland City, registering eight solo stops and a fumble recovery. Kenny Rhames and Jacob Robinson each had seven tackles, and Keith Cromer and Josh Cash recovered a fumble each.

GORC utilized its many offensive weapons to the fullest in Saturday's 48-13 defeat of the Andover Apaches.

Terrance Dorsey (52 yards rushing) began the scoring with a 10-yard touchdown run. Travis Blake kicked the first of five two-point extra-point kicks. Norris Roy (51 yards rushing) then scored the first of three touchdowns on the afternoon on an 11-yard pass from Kris Lundborg. Lundborg hooked up with Blake for his second touchdown pass of the day.

Justin Golliday (68 yards rushing) scored on a 3-yard touchdown run in the second quarter. In the third quarter, Roy scored on a 10-yard run, and a 60-yard kickoff return.

Jeff Lloyd, Jason Scott and Blake helped to anchor the offensive line, and the defensive unit was led by Jake Schram, Floyd Minor, Lundborg and Golliday.

* 120-pounders -- Maryland City suffered a 26-0 setback to the Pasadena Chargers in Saturday's homecoming contest.

Anthony White rushed for 31 yards in a losing cause, earning him MVP honors for his team. Kelly Sweigart gained 25 yards. Defensive MVP Billy Harrison had eight tackles.

Quarterback Tim Lathe directed an offense that racked up 379 yards of total offense as the Brooklyn Park Broncos (4-2) routed the Severn Savages, 32-0.

Lathe completed 8 of 13 passes for 124 yards, one touchdown and two extra points, and Robert Langley carried nine times for 101 yards and a touchdown. Cory Askins, who scored two touchdowns, caught the Lathe touchdown pass, and Tavon Roundtree ran for a pair of touchdowns while gaining 79 yards.

"Our offensive line of Matt McCormick, Dave Stewart, Eric Larsen, Derek Ward and Dallas Simmons opened up huge holes the entire game and gave Tim plenty of time to throw," said coach Warren Rice.

On defense, the Broncos held the Savages to just 28 total yards with Andrew Walengo making six tackles, and Ward and Charles Hedrickson five each. Other defensive standouts included Phil Gordon, Anthony Falcon and Franklin Mckinney.

* 140-pounders -- Visiting Pasadena narrowly escaped Maryland City on homecoming day, earning a hard fought 6-0 victory.

Jeremy Grizzle's 50 yards earned him the offensive MVP award for Maryland City. Quarterback Jaime Hittafer passed for over 40 yards. Chris Grayon won the defensive MVP with eight solo tackles and several assists. Also helping out on defense were Grizzle (one sack and a fumble recovery) and Tony Hittafer (one sack).

Youth soccer

Under-12 girls -- The Arundel Soccer Association Jets improved to 6-0 Saturday by defeating Greater Severna Park, 10-0.

Lindsey Turney posted a game-high four goals for the winners and Diane Newcomer kicked in two. Lindsey Stapleton, Whitney Gotay, Erin Calloway and Emily Walther scored a goal each.

ASA defeated St. Jane, 3-0, in a county-league game on Oct. 9. Stapleton, Natasha Rust and Erin Hartman scored a goal each. Other standouts included Melissa Gagnier and Stephanie Self.

Under-19 girls -- The Severna Park Alliance gained sole possession of first place Sunday, defeating host Braddock Road (Va.), 2-0, in a Washington Area Girls Soccer League game.

Kristin Briggs opened the scoring less than five minutes into the first half on an unassisted one-on-one goal. With less than five minutes remaining in the half, Amy Adams converted Kristin Riismandel's corner kick.

Goalie Erin Hon turned in an outstanding game, collecting 15 saves, helping the Severna Park defense to its fourth shutout in six league games. The Alliance is now 4-0-2 in league play and 5-1-3 overall.

Severna Park went 1-1-1 in the WAGS tournament in Quantico, Va., conducted Oct. 10-11.

In the opening game, the Alliance tied the Michigan Express, 1-1, thanks to a second-half goal by Riismandel. Later that day, Severna Park fell to the New Jersey Storm, 2-0, as it played with just 11 players.

On Sunday, the Alliance came from behind to defeat the Texas Hurricanes, 2-1. Kara Cristaldi was credited with two assists, as she kicked two corner kicks to Riismandel and Briggs.

The week before, Severna Park tied the Reston (Va.) Panthers, 2-2, in a WAGS League game. Shelley Seivert and Briggs put the Alliance up 2-0 before the Panthers drew even in the second half.

Severna Park will travel to Prince William (Va.) on Sunday to face the Spice in a WAGS league game.

Under-17 girls -- The Severna Park Kickers won two games this past weekend, improving their overall record to 5-2.

On Sunday, the Kickers shut out the Columbia Jets at Howard Community College, 3-0. Carina Sonberg (Old Mill), Stephanie Dull (Broadneck) and Krissy Kohlhepp (Chesapeake) each scored a goal in the win. Marcia Lavin had five saves, as Severna Park outshot its opponents, 28-6.

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