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Edmondson shuts out Walbrook, 28-0, to give Pompey his 200th career win


Edmondson senior running back Gregory Hawkins scored two touchdowns and ran in a conversion - all in the second quarter - as the No. 12 Red Storm beat host Walbrook, 28-0, last night, giving coach Pete Pompey his 200th career victory.

"It feels wonderful. Not a lot of people get 200 career wins, but this is not all mine," Pompey said. "It belongs to the many great coaches and wonderful people I've had around me who have wanted to do good things for kids."

No. 9 Patterson 38, Carver 6: Tailback Brandon Williams ran for 117 yards on 15 carries and returned a punt 86 yards for a score to pace Patterson (2-1) over the Bears (1-1) at Twardowicz Park. It was Patterson coach Roger Wrenn's 201st win.

No. 1 Gilman 40, St. Paul's 0: Ambrose Wooden rushed six times for 154 yards and three touchdowns and went 4-for-4 passing for 71 yards and a score as the visiting Greyhounds (3-0) routed the Crusaders (1-1).

No. 4 Old Mill 48, North County 0: Senior running back Brashaad Mayweather rushed 12 times for 209 yards and five touchdowns as the Patriots (2-0) routed the host Knights (0-2).

No. 10 Eastern Tech 35, Overlea 0: Clive Williams caught a 13-yard touchdown pass from Dietrich Wright and added an interception to pace the Mavericks (1-1) to the rout of the Falcons (1-1) at CCBC-Essex.

No. 14 Glenelg 20, St. Mary's 9: Senior Kevin Ganascioli ran for 121 yards and a touchdown and Bryan Walsh added two touchdowns to lead the visiting Gladiators (2-0) past the Saints (1-1).

No. 419 20, No. 418 0: Jermaine Taylor scored on a 5-yard pass from Mario Knight as the Falcons (1-1) shut out the Panthers (1-1).

The two schools came into existence after Northern was closed in June.

Boys soccer

No. 4 Dulaney 2, No. 9 Towson 0: Seniors James Russo and Kyle Batton each scored as the visiting Lions (2-0) defeated the Generals (1-1). Sophomore Tyler Hodgins registered the shutout in his first career start.

No. 2 McDonogh 3, Chestnut Hill 0: The Eagles (5-1) won the opening game of the Hummel Classic in Chestnut Hill, Pa.

Girls soccer

No. 11 Fallston 1, Mercy 1: Goalkeeper Kendie Bauer made 17 saves to ensure the tie for the host Cougars (0-1-1).

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