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No. 1 Arundel defeats Northeast, 53-29

Nick Rosati threw for nearly 300 yards and completed five touchdown passes for No. 1 Arundel in its 53-29 road win against Northeast on Friday.

Tyler Washington caught three of Rosati's touchdown passes and had six receptions for 161 yards for the Wildcats (8-0).

Joseph Blackwell rushed 12 times, gaining 161 yards and two touchdowns, including a 76-yard run for Arundel.

The Wildcats are averaging 43.9 points per game this year. Rosati has thrown for 1,885 yards and 29 touchdown passes on the season, and Washington has caught 15 touchdown passes.

Arundel will host Meade on Friday night, whichis coming off a loss to No. 5 Old Mill.

No. 2 Calvert Hall 33, Largo 2: The defense dominated with four sacks and three interceptions for the Cardinals (8-1) against the host Lions.

Will Johnson intercepted a pass, and Emmanuel Holder and Travon Barnes returned interceptions for touchdowns for the Cardinals.

Calvert Hall hosts No. 8 McDonogh on Friday.

No. 4 Broadneck 44, North County 14: James Mullis went 5-for-9 passing for 97 yards and two touchdown passes for the Bruins (7-1) against the visiting Knights.

Damian Cromwell returned an interception 80 yards for a touchdown, and Brian Hanratty returned one 30 yards for a touchdown for the Bruins.

No. 5 Old Mill 34, Meade 8: Demond Brown rushed for three touchdowns as the visiting Patriots (6-1) beat the Mustangs (4-4). Brown scored on a 19-yard rush in the first quarter, a 7-yard run in the second and then a 29-yard rush in the third.

No. 9 Archbishop Spalding 35, St. Frances 12: K.K. Smith had 17 carries for 178 yards and three touchdowns for the Cavaliers (6-3) against the host Panthers.

J.D. Izon added 80 yards rushing on five carries and scored twice for Spalding, who led 21-0 at half.

The Cavaliers defense forced three turnovers. Two came on kickoff fumbles by the Panthers. Adam Merton and Neal Donahue recovered one each. Brian Baublitz also intercepted a pass.

No. 12 Atholton 14, Glenelg 0: Dequan Ellison caught a 15-yard second-quarter touchdown to give the Raiders (6-2) a 7-0 advantage. In the third period, Kenny Thomas scored on a 2-yard rush to put the Gladiators (4-4) behind by two scores.

No. 13 Patterson 64, Digital Harbor 20: The Clippers (7-1) recorded their largest scoring output of the season, posting 64 points against the visiting Rams (1-7).

Senior quarterback Aaron Overton threw four touchdown passes for Patterson, three of them to Pete Carter. Overton also scored a 12-yard rushing touchdown.

Deonta Winston caught Overton's fourth touchdown pass on a 68-yard reception. Winston recorded the first score of the game with an 18-yard rushing touchdown.

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