Football roundup: Smith brothers lead No. 7 Archbishop Spalding over Severn, 41-0

Brothers K.K. and D.J. Smith combined for 215 yards on 12 carries and two touchdowns to lead No. 7 Archbishop Spalding football team over host Severn, 41-0, on Friday.

Cavalier (3-2) quarterbacks Donnie Abey and Brian Louck tacked on three passing scores from 56 yards on 4-for-5 passing against the Admirals (0-4). Senior K.K. Smith rushed for 102 yards on five carries for two touchdowns, while his little brother D.J. carried seven times for 113 yards.

The Severn offense was limited to fewer than 100 yards of offense and was intercepted twice by junior Brian Baublitz and senior Julian Washington.

After starting the season 0-2, the Cavaliers have won three straight, scoring more than 40 points in each game. The Cavaliers face St. Mary's next weekend for an MIAA conference game.

No. 2 Arundel 56, Chesapeake-AA 0: Quarterback Nick Rosati threw four touchdown passes, including a 54-yarder to Tyler Washington, for the Wildcats (4-0).

Rosati finished with 225 yards on 17-for-24 passing against the Cougars.

Jack Gordon replaced Rosati, adding three touchdowns of his own on 65 yards passing for Arundel, which recorded its first shutout of the year by holding Chesapeake-AA to 90 yards of offense. Washington caught three touchdowns, all from Rosati, and had 100 yards receiving on six catches.

No. 8 Boys' Latin 16, St. John's-Catholic Prep 12: Brandon Barnes and Brandon Cherry each had big rushing gains, and a tough Lakers defense helped stop the visiting Vikings (2-2).

Barnes had 13 rushes for 95 yards and a touchdown, and Cherry went 11-for-99 for Boys' Latin (4-0), which jumped out to a 14-0 lead early in the third quarter.

Coach Ritchie Schell credited defensive turnovers as a key factor in the win.

"We picked the ball off five times, and the defense played pretty well," he said. "But we threw two interceptions, and penalties negated some of our gains."

Defensively, Aaron Mack had eight tackles, and Grey Pyke had five tackles and two sacks. The Lakers attempted only five passes and relied heavily on the running game.

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