Arundel's 47-28 win over Severna Park last night also was career victory No. 157 for Wildcats coach Chuck Markiewicz, making him Anne Arundel County's winningest coach.
Billy Cosh made sure his coach would get the record, throwing for 333 yards and five touchdowns to four different receivers. He connected with Alec Lemon twice, including a score as time was winding down in the first half, to give Arundel a 14-point halftime lead. They quickly extended the lead to 26 in the second half after Cosh found Ronnie Harris for the touchdown. Following a Severna Park touchdown, Cosh hit Sean Fitzgerald to put the game away.
Markiewicz, who has spent the past eight seasons of a 22-year coaching career at his alma mater, is 157-77 for his career, surpassing the late Al Laramore, who went 156-68-2 in 23 seasons at Annapolis.
Markiewicz also coached one year at Chesapeake, two at Meade and 11 at North County before returning to Arundel in 2001.
The No. 9 Wildcats improved to 6-1 for the season, while Severna Park dropped to 4-3.
KENWOOD 21, NO. 11 PERRY HALL 17:: Albadee Edwards ran for two touchdowns and threw for one as the Bluebirds (4-3) upset the visiting Gators (5-2). Edwards, a senior, got the Bluebirds on the board first when he took the snap and barreled in from 3 yards out. After throwing for a touchdown in the second quarter, Edwards found the end zone again to extend Kenwood's lead to 21-3. The defense gave up two touchdowns late but held on to win.
NO. 10 WILDE LAKE 49, OAKLAND MILLS 7: : Reynard Roberson had three carries for 62 yards and three touchdowns to power the Wildecats (7-0) past the host Scorpions (1-6). Wilde Lake totaled 332 offensive yards and held Oakland Mills to 31. The Wildecats led 21-0 after one quarter.
PIKESVILLE 33, WESTERN TECH 18: : Jeremy Downing threw for touchdown passes to power the visiting Panthers (4-3) past the Wolverines (2-5).
ST. PAUL'S 24, ARCHBISHOP SPALDING 9:: Troy Jones threw for 250 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Crusaders (5-2) over the visiting Cavaliers (5-3). The senior found Lance Roberts twice, once in the first quarter and again in the third on a 71-yard pass. He hit Sherrod Davis in the fourth quarter to put the game away.
CHESAPEAKE-BC 20, SPARROWS POINT 6:: James Bedgood ran the ball 14 times for 126 yards, scoring a 41-yard touchdown and adding a two-point run to lead the Pointers (5-2) to the win. Defensively, Bedgood was in on 13 tackles and recovered a fumble.
RANDALLSTOWN 26, DUNDALK 6:: Vacshon Gilmer rushed for 257 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Rams (4-3) over the Owls (1-6). The senior had scoring runs of 75 and 35 yards.