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Anne Arundel varsity roundup (Sept. 24): Arundel football edges Glen Burnie for first county win

Arundel got it done on both sides of the ball Friday night on its way to a 14-7 county victory over Glen Burnie.

The Wildcats (1-1, 2-2) scored their first touchdown of the night on a blocked punt, with Mykel Kindell recovering the ball in the end zone midway through the second quarter. Clinton Mills made the extra point to put Arundel up 7-0.

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The lead grew to 14 in the third quarter when Jake Long (12-22, 138 yards) hit DeJuan Bowdry (4 receptions, 67 yards) for a 28-yard touchdown reception and then Mills again hit the extra point.

Glen Burnie (0-3, 1-3) did answer to make things interesting. The Gophers scored on a 21-yard touchdown pass from Ryan Witt (12-25, 138 yards) to Zion Pinkey (7 receptions, 65 yards) in the final minutes of the third quarter to pull within seven. Arundel held Glen Burnie off the scoreboard the rest of the way, however, and earned the win.

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Football

Spalding 20, Gonzaga (DC) 13 OT

South River 40, Crofton 6

South River junior quarterback Camrin Catterton passed for 235 yards and had a hand in all six Seahawks (3-1) touchdowns in a 40-6 victory over the Crofton Cardinals (1-3) on Friday night in Crofton. Three of Catterton’s touchdowns came through the air, two of them going to junior Trashaun Timmons — who led South River with seven receptions for 168 yards.

Catterton’s other passing touchdown was to senior Arell Moore, a 37-yard strike which opened the scoring at the 6:55 mark of the first quarter. Catterton also added three rushing touchdowns.

Crofton’s defense was led by standout junior linebacker Abraham Sani who had nine tackles including two for a loss. The Cardinals offense struggled the entire game, but they did manage to score late in the fourth quarter. After a successful fake punt, junior back-up quarterback Sam Ross connected with junior wide receiver Gavin Johnson for a three-yard touchdown to put the Cardinals on the board.

South River senior running back Lala Titow rushed the ball 11 times for 65 yards and the Seahawks defense forced four turnovers.

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Crofton junior defensive back Le’Trell Bender and freshman linebacker Russell Bonham had six tackles apiece.

- reported to the Capital by David Ausiello

Severna Park 36, Chesapeake 17

The Falcons (4-0, 4-0) built an early double-digit lead, then withstood a big third-quarter push from the Cougars (0-1, 2-2) to eventually pull away for the road victory. Severna Park led 16-0 at the end of the first quarter before Chesapeake scored 17 unanswered to take the lead early in the fourth following a touchdown run by Vic Listorti (130 yards, 2 touchdowns). But Severna Park regrouped to score the final three touchdowns of the night over the last eight minutes.

Old Mill 48, Annapolis 7

The Patriots (3-0, 3-1) built a 34-7 lead by halftime and cruised the rest of the way to the win over the Panthers (1-2, 2-2). Old Mill got one rushing touchdown apiece from Myles Fulton, Keondre Green, Jackson Cohenour, Keshawn Green and William Ennis. The Patriots also got a 90-yard interception return for a touchdown from Timothy Tripplett and a 86-yard punt return for a score by Donte Craggette-Drake. Fulton finished with 146 yards passing and 38 yards rushing — both team highs.

Annapolis got its touchdown courtesy of a 2-yard rushing score from Jermaine Hunt with two minutes left in the first half.

Broadneck 49, Meade 6

The Bruins (2-0, 3-1) led 35-0 by the end of the first quarter against the Mustangs (0-2, 0-3). Quarterback Joshua Ehrlich (9-18, 160 yards passing) led the way for Broadneck with three passing touchdowns and another rushing score. Davion White (54 yards rushing, touchdown), Machi Evans (88 yards receiving, 2 touchdowns) and Kyle Pierce (30 yards receiving, touchdown) had big offensive games as well. The Bruins also got defensive touchdowns from Anthony Hawkins (interception return) and Dominik Downs (fumble return).

Meade got its touchdown courtesy of a rushing score with a minute to go in the fourth quarter.

St. Mary’s 28, Archbishop Curley 9

The Saints (3-0, 3-1) bounced back from their first loss a week ago with the MIAA B Conference victory. Quarterback Steven Schumer (9-14 passing for 165 yards) had one 2-yard rushing touchdown to go along with a 45-yard passing score to Casey Smith (84 yards receiving). Wyatt Cotton had 23 carries for 101 yards and a touchdown. The last touchdown was scored by safety Liam McAndrews, who returned an interception into the endzone to seal the game.

Southern 37, Richard Wright Charter 20

Calvert Hall 49, Northeast 0

Boys Soccer

Severn 2, AACS 1

The Admirals (4-0, 6-1) stretched their winning streak to six in a row with the one-goal win over AACS (1-3-1, 3-7-1) in a MIAA B Conference match. Reece Taylor and Alan Tchamourliyski each scored unassisted goals for Severn, which also got two saves from goalie Will Hudson.

St. Mary’s 2, Park 0

The Saints (5-0) stayed undefeated with the team’s fourth shutout of the year. Kam Ross and Nicky Souza scored the goals, with Charlie Roy assisting on both.

North County 5, Baltimore City 1

Volleyball

St. Mary’s def. Bryn Mawr — 3-0 [25-8, 25-20, 25-12]

The Saints (4-1, 6-2) earned the sweep in the IAAM B Conference match. The top performers for St. Mary’s were Brooke Heary (8 kills, 8 digs, 5 aces, 1 block, 25 service points), Hannah Mendenhall (11 assists, 9 digs, 5 kills, 1 ace), Marina McAteer (14 digs, 2 assist, 1 ace) and Tara Haffelfinger (5 kills, 2 digs, 1 block).

Field Hockey

St. Peter & Paul 7, AACS 0

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