Mourning Loyola defeats Curley, 41-0

The Baltimore Sun

Playing with heavy hearts, No. 2 Loyola defeated host Archbishop Curley, 41-0, yesterday.

The Dons were mourning the death of teammate Dennis Woolford, 17, who died in a car accident early yesterday morning.

Loyola coach Brian Abbott declined to speak about the loss of Woolford after the game.

Curley coach Sean Murphy said: "Our president, Father Michael Martin, did a prayer service in the middle of the field at the beginning of the game. He spoke a little bit about the young man who died."

Senior quarterback Leon Kinnard connected with senior wide receiver Brandon Floyd for two second-quarter touchdowns - the first from 69 yards and the second from 35 - to lead the Dons (5-0).

NORTH COUNTY 28, MEADE 20, OT:: North County running back Dino Stevens scored from 5 yards out in overtime to lead the Knights (3-1) over Meade (2-2) in Anne Arundel play. After Stevens (78 yards rushing, three touchdowns) ran in the two-point conversion for the 28-20 lead, middle linebacker Patrick Carey had a game-ending sack on Meade quarterback Raymond Cotton on fourth-and-goal from the 5 to preserve the win.

NO. 1 RIVER HILL 63, MOUNT HEBRON 0:: Michael Campanaro rushed for 41 yards, made three catches for 46 yards and scored three touchdowns as the visiting Hawks improved to 4-0. Malek Redd, who scored once, led the Hawks with 141 yards on 10 carries. Mount Hebron dropped to 1-3.

NO. 3 DUNBAR 50, LAKE CLIFTON 6: : Tavon Austin ran for 198 yards and scored four touchdowns as the visiting Poets (3-1) cruised.

NO. 14 JOPPATOWNE 28, ELKTON 0:: The visiting Mariners (4-0) scored all of their points in the second quarter, including two touchdown passes from Chris Tucker to Teron Little for a total of 106 yards as the Mariners (4-0) won their Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference Chesapeake Division opener over the Elks (2-2, 0-1).

NO. 15 POLY 38, MERVO 14:: Engineers quarterback Antoine Goodson scored five touchdowns, four of them running and another passing. He ran for 120 yards and was 4-for-8 passing for 60 yards. The defense did the rest for host Poly (3-1) as Michael Wadsworth had 13 tackles, three for a loss, as well as a sack and a touchdown after blocking a punt.

CITY 27, PATTERSON 6:: Ellis Foster was 5-for-5 for 138 yards and two touchdowns as the Knights (3-1) defeated the visiting Clippers (2-2). Foster also ran for a touchdown. The Knights made three interceptions.

SOUTHWESTERN 6, BANKS 0:: Reginald Street's 65-yard interception return for a touchdown in the first quarter made all the difference as Southwestern slipped past Banks in a Baltimore City defensive struggle.

ARCHBISHOP SPALDING 31, CARDINAL GIBBONS 14 (suspended with 10:23 left to play): : Nick Whittles, Nick Kuhl and Jordan Cohill combined to rush for 218 yards and four touchdowns for the Cavaliers, with the final 10:23 set to resume Monday after the game was suspended because of inclement weather.

DOUGLASS 18, FOREST PARK 12, OT:: Douglass quarterback Carlos Crossland passed for 150 yards and three touchdowns, including the game-winner to DeAngelo Johnson in overtime, to lead the Ducks (2-2) over the visiting Foresters (2-2).

EDMONDSON 56, CARVER 8: : Jerry Lovelocke threw three touchdowns and running back Devin Carpenter scored twice to lift the host Red Storm (2-2).

JOHN CARROLL 13, SEVERN 10, OT:: Sammy Von Paris scored on the Patriots' first possession of overtime to lead John Carroll (3-1) past the host Admirals (1-4). .

SPARROWS POINT 26, LANSDOWNE 6:: The Pointers (2-2) got a strong defensive effort to get by host Lansdowne. Richie Stankiewicz recovered a fumble for a 1-yard touchdown and Ryan Nadeau returning an interception 30 yards for another touchdown.

ATHOLTON 20, CENTENNIAL 19:: The Raiders (1-3) had 276 yards of total offense in their win over the host Eagles. Running back Jake Stull had 14 carries for 132 yards and a touchdown for Atholton.

HAVRE DE GRACE 21, BOHEMIA MANOR 13:: Hakeem Hines rushed for 249 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Warriors (3-1) in an Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference game in Cecil County.

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