Austin carries No. 2 Dunbar past Mervo, 12-0

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Tavon Austin had 10 carries for 152 yards and two touchdowns, both in the first quarter, as second-ranked Dunbar shut out host Mervo, 12-0, last night.

The Poets (8-0) totaled 367 offensive yards against the Mustangs (5-3).

Assistant coach Travis Blackston called the field conditions "terrible" and said, "There were a lot of fumbled snaps. It was hard to keep the ball clean and it was a fumble after every snap. The field was bad and the conditions just got worse and worse."

No. 7 Edmondson 48, Northwestern 14 -- Terrence Wilson had rushed for 136 yards and three touchdowns on 13 carries as the Red Storm (6-2) routed the host Wildcats. Jamal Fields added 103 yards rishing and three touchdowns on 12 carries for Edmondson, which led 34-6 at halftime.

No. 11 Eastern Tech 58, Lansdowne 8 -- Travis Crane threw two touchdown passes as the host Mavericks (8-0) routed the Vikings. The Mavericks scored all of their points in the first half, including 30 in the first quarter.

Boys' Latin 27, John Carroll 7 -- Patrick Steele rushed for three touchdowns as the host Lakers beat the Patriots. Boys' Latin led 20-0 before John Carroll scored late.

Archbishop Spalding 21, St. Mary's 19 -- Nick Kuhl scored the game-winning touchdown on a 23-yard run to lift the visiting Cavaliers (5-3) over the Saints (5-3).

Bel Air 7, C. Milton Wright 6 -- Mykal McGee capped an eight-play, 45-yard drive with a 3-yard touchdown run, and Austin Langenfelder's extra point in the second quarter lifted the visiting Bobcats (4-4) over the Mustangs (2-6). C.M. Wright took a 6-0 lead in the first quarter on a 20-yard touchdown pass from Tyler Smith to J.T. Lacey, but the extra-point attempt was blocked. The Mustangs attempted a 42-yard field goal in the fourth quarter, but it fell short.

North Harford 49, Fallston 7 -- Dan Griffin rushed for three touchdowns and threw for another to power the host Hawks (7-1) over the Cougars (4-4). Griffin had 11 rushes for a 114 yards and went five-for-five passing for 93 yards.

Lutheran 40, Friends 18 -- Akil Thomas rushed 26 times for 187 yards and four touchdowns to power the visiting Saints (5-3) past Friends (0-7). Lutheran led 33-6 at the half.

Boys soccer

Kenwood 6, Woodlawn 0 -- Steve Fama opened the scoring at the six-minute mark and was one of six goal-scorers, as the visiting Bluebirds (6-8-1) defeated the Warriors in a Class 4A North first-round playoff game.

Girls soccer

Aberdeen 3, Howard 0 -- Cynthia O'Neill, Andrea Siedlarczyk and Chelsie Stevens each scored goals as the host Eagles (9-6) advanced past the Lions (7-8) in a Class 3A East first-round game.

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