Billy Cosh needed one completion to break the tie with North County's Mike Pfisterer (200) for most pass completions. He finished 14-for-28 for 112 yards and two touchdowns Friday as top-ranked Arundel football beat visiting Annapolis, 18-6, in a Class 4A East regional semifinal.
Cosh, who has committed to play at Kansas State next year, has set 10 state public school records, shares one (seven touchdown passes in a game) and has thrown 106 touchdown passes this season for the Wildcats (11-0).
Joseph Blackwell had 21 carries for 132 yards and a touchdown and has ranked as the team's leading rusher in 10 of 11 games.
The only week Blackwell didn't rank first was Week 7, when Cosh had 45 yards for top team honors.
Arundel faces the winner of today's 1 p.m. matchup between No. 6 Old Mill and North Point.
No. 6 Joppatowne 49, Bohemia Manor 30: : Epe Henriques had 25 carries for 292 yards and four touchdowns to power the host Mariners (11-0) past the Eagles ((7-1) in Class 1A East regional semifinal.
"We had a fumbled punt in the first quarter that they capitalized on. We just came out in the second half and had three long drives and played better defensively," Joppatowne coach Bill Waibel said. Joppatowne faces the winner of Havre de Grace at Snow Hill 1 p.m. today in Friday's regional final at 7 p.m.
No. 7 Hereford 30, North Harford 0:: Zach Witkowski had nine carries for 139 yards and two touchdowns, and Willie Williams rushed for 130 yards and a touchdown on 20 carries to lead the Bulls over the visiting Hawks in Class 3A North action.
No. 13 Eastern Tech 50, Lake Clifton 12: : Criszon Brown had touchdown runs of 42 and 12 yards to power the visiting Mavericks (10-1) past the Lakers (7-4). Brown has 583 yards and nine touchdowns this season.
Pikesville 42, Sparrows Point 20: : After falling behind 14-0, the host Panthers scored five unanswered touchdowns in a Class 1A North regional semifinal.
Pikesville advances to the region final for the second straight year.
No. 3 River Hill 3, No. 2 Centennial, 1: : The Hawks (19-1) took advantage of a poor day from the serving line for the Eagles (17-1) and recorded a 25-27, 25-17, 25-15, 28-26 win in the Class 3A East regional championship.
River Hill advances to Tuesday's state semifinal at Ritchie Coliseum at Maryland. The Hawks were led by Sarah Okey with 17 kills and Laura Whitney with 31 digs and two aces.
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