Rosati throws four TD passes as No. 1 Arundel beats South River, 37-29

No. 1 Arundel (7-0) protected its new top ranking behind Nick Rosati's 300 passing yards in a 37-29 win against visiting South River.

Rosati threw four touchdown passes, connecting twice to Tyler Washington on a 33-yard and 30-yard touchdown throws, for the Wildcats. Washington caught nine passes for 156 yards.

Rosati has thrown 24 touchdown passes this year, and Washington has caught half of them.

The Seahawks' success running resulted in 259 rushing yards and three touchdowns. Lavon Chaney combined with Blake Kleinrichert for 234 yards and two touchdowns. Arundel travels to play Northeast on Friday.

No. 5 Old Mill 82, Glen Burnie 0: The Patriots (5-1) scored 12 touchdowns against the visiting Gophers.Terrance Brownlee scored two defensive touchdowns, and Avery Taylor recovered a fumble for a touchdown for Old Mill.Demond Brown rushed four times, two for touchdowns. Robert Chesson scored one rushing touchdown and returned a punt for a touchdown for the Patriots. Old Mill's defense scored three touchdowns and one safety.

No. 7 Franklin 35, Perry Hall 26: Junior Ian Thomas had an 81-yard interception return for a touchdown and a 52-yard punt return for a touchdown in a victory for the visiting Indians (7-0) against the Gators. Senior Nevassa Brown had three receptions for 107 yards and a touchdown while rushing for 57 yards and a touchdown on five carries. Franklin posted 500 yards of total offense, 181 rushing and 319 passing.

Boys soccer

No. 1 McDonogh 1, Archbishop Spalding 1: McDonogh defender Malcolm Harris scored the first goal of the game Thursday to give the Eagles (14-2-1) an early 1-0 advantage. Later in the first half, the Cavaliers (4-9-3) tied the game with a goal from Alex Eaker. The rest of the game went scoreless as Spalding was able to hang on to earn its first point in MIAA A Conference play. After beating No. 2 Gilman to start the week, McDonogh finshed out the week losing to unranked Archbishop Curley and settling for a tie against the Cavaliers.

No. 2 Gilman 1, Archbishop Curley 0: After beating No. 1 McDonogh on Tuesday, the visitng Friars (5-7-1) were not able to find the back of the net Friday in their loss to the second-ranked Greyhounds (11-1-3). Assisted by junior Cotter Brown, Gilman senior Mike Levine scored the game's only goal with seven minutes remaining in the second half. Keeper Andrew Harris made six saves in his ninth shutout of the season.

No. 3 River Hill 2, No. 8 Reservoir1: The Hawks (11-0-1) celebrated their senior night with two goals in the second half to beat the visiting Gators (8-3-1). Colin Bonner gave Reservoir a 1-0 lead into halftime, but River Hill settled in and scored twice. Freshman Zach Riso scored his first goal of the year for the Hawks on an assist from senior Tommy Krug. Junior Jack Noonan's scored his eighth goal of the year on a pass from Tomi Williams to put the Hawks ahead.

No. 4 Marriotts Ridge 3, Oakland Mills 1: After a scoreless first half, Mike Glazer scored three second-half goals to lift the visiting Mustangs to victory over the Scorpions.

No. 6 Wilde Lake 1, Atholton 0: Matt Flyr scored the game-winner on a putback, crossing from the right side of the box to lift the visiting Wildecats (10-0-2) over the Raiders.Kent Aligood made two saves to record his first shutout of the season.

Girls soccer

No. 4 John Carroll 1, Notre Dame Prep 0: Senior Devin Hogan scored her first goal of the year for the Patriots (10-1-2) on senior appreciation day.Hogan scored near the 25-minute mark on a corner kick assist from junior Shelby Foit, giving John Carroll the only goal of the game.

No. 11 Loch Raven 3, Kenwood 1: Samantha Eckels recorded the only two assists in the Raiders' victory against the visiting Bluebirds. Christie Moyer, Kara Kleinhammer and Ashlee Chick tallied for the Raiders (6-3).

Girls volleyball

No. 7 Archbishop Spalding d. No. 13 Seton Keough, 3-1: After falling in the first set, the host Cavaliers (14-1) won the next three to beat the Gators. Jamie Rombach had 15 kills, 10 assists and 10 digs. Kristen Seeba added 22 assists, six kills and 20 digs, while Nikki Hurley went 26 for 28 in her serves.

Field hockey

No. 1 Centennial d. No. 12 Broadneck, 3-0: Sam Brostrom had nine kills, while Liz Brown and May Yang added five to lift the Eagles (10-0) past the visiting Bruins (6-4).

No. 11 Hereford 4, Pikesville 0: Carly Momorella , Allie Hackbarth, Lacey Agharzarian and Mary Collins each scored a goal as the host Bulls (10-2) shut out the Panthers.

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