Edmondson runs, passes by City, 44-18; Colbert has 4-TD day, Leak rushes for 3 more; Roundup


Quarterback Eddie Colbert threw for three scores and ran for another, and senior Raytron Leak ran for 130 yards and three touchdowns as Edmondson knocked off 13th-ranked City, 44-18, in City League football yesterday.

Leak scored on runs of 4 and 96 yards and caught a 36-yard touchdown pass from Colbert in the first half as the host Redskins (2-0) rolled to a 38-12 halftime lead.

Colbert finished 11-for-19 with 219 yards and three touchdowns and added a 1-yard run in the fourth quarter. Edmondson rolled up 421 yards of total offense.

Edmondson struck quickly, on the second play from scrimmage, when Colbert connected with Justis McLeod for a 64-yard touchdown pass.

City (1-1) responded with two touchdown passes by Lamont Mandigo. Mandigo threw 10 yards to Todd Galloway and 56 to Brandon Watson to give the Knights a 12-8 lead before being injured in the second quarter.

No. 1 Gilman 58, St. Albans 0: The Greyhounds (2-0) rolled up 306 rushing yards while holding visiting St. Albans of Washington to 27 total yards and only two first downs. Ambrose Wooden and Malcolm Ruff each had 70 yards rushing for Gilman.

Wooden ran for two touchdowns (18 and 51 yards) and added a third on an 82-yard kickoff return. Tilghman Morton booted a 27-yard field goal and was perfect on eight extra-point kicks.

No. 9 Patterson 26, Walbrook 6: Tony Smithson ran for 139 yards on 22 carries and scored two touchdowns for the host Clippers (2-0). Smithson scored on runs of 4 and 14 yards and added a conversion run, all in the second half.

Patterson led 12-0 at halftime, thanks to a 72-yard run by Ronnie Rivers and a backbreaking 55-yard interception return by Jerry Jackson with less than a minute left before intermission. The Clippers rolled up 276 rushing yards and their defense allowed only a 63-yard scoring pass from Michael Graves to Antonio Williams in the fourth quarter.

No. 11 McDonogh 28, Archbishop Curley 6: Quarterback Scott Dolch passed for two touchdowns and more than 200 yards as the host Eagles downed the Friars. T. C. Cosby and Walid Hajj caught touchdown passes, from 12 and 48 yards, respectively.

McDonogh pulled away on E. J. Hamilton's 4-yard scoring run and Patrick Bydume's 65-yard interception return for a touchdown.

No. 2 Randallstown 26, Dulaney 0: The schools' athletic directors agreed to make Thursday's game official. The contest was halted by bad weather midway through the third quarter with Randallstown ahead, 26-0.

Makeups: Lansdowne and Owings Mills have rescheduled Thursday's postponed game for 4 p.m. Monday at Owings Mills.

No. 8-ranked Eastern Tech and Woodlawn are scheduled to resume their game at 4 p.m. Monday at Woodlawn. The game, which was halted Thursday because of lightning, will pick up where it was suspended, with Eastern leading 7-0 with 47 seconds left in the first half.

The Mavericks faced a fourth-and-goal at the Woodlawn 4 when the game was stopped.

Boys soccer

No. 2 Archbishop Curley 6, Mount St. Joseph 0: Santino Quaranta scored twice as the Friars (3-0) blanked the host Gaels (1-1) in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference season opener for both teams. Peter Johnson chipped in a goal and two assists for Curley.

No. 3 McDonogh 3, Archbishop Spalding 1: Sophomore Devin Barclay scored two goals, and junior Kaiser Chowdhry chipped in one to lead the host Eagles to an easy win over the Cavaliers (2-2).

Barclay scored in the 21st and 27th minutes to give the Eagles a 2-0 halftime lead. Then Chowdhry, a first-team All-Metro selection last year, scored his fourth goal of the season 21 minutes into the second half to make it 3-0.

Girls soccer

No. 5 Notre Dame Prep 4, Institute of Notre Dame 1: Alison Nuzzi and Megan Schwartz had a goal and an assist each, and Amy Alecci and Erin Alessi scored one goal each as the visiting Pirates (1-0) rolled.

NDP led 2-0 at halftime and stretched it to 4-0 before IND's Kelly Gresdo scored late.

Field hockey

No. 1 Bryn Mawr 4, Archbishop Spalding 1: Four players scored as the unbeaten Mawrtians (3-0) put away the visiting Cavaliers. Rebecca Kiselewich led Bryn Mawr with a goal and assist, and Sarah Sanborn, Caitlin Thomas and Meagan Perry each scored.

The Cavaliers trailed 2-1 at halftime after Meghan Taneyhill's goal, but then Sanborn and Perry gave the Mawrtians second-half breathing room.


No. 10 Glen Burnie 3, Annapolis Christian 1: Michelle Whitlock converted 21 of 23 serves, eight of them aces, and 11 assists to power the visiting Gophers (1-0), 15-12, 15-7, 13-15, 15-4. Denise Schultheis went 11-for-15 serving with three aces and nine kills.

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