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Annapolis Area Christian School quarterback Ryan Idleman threw a 35-yard touchdown pass to Jaylon Carver with 15 seconds left in the game to give the Eagles their first win of the year, topping the Admirals.
Annapolis Area Christian School quarterback Ryan Idleman threw a 35-yard touchdown pass to Jaylon Carver with 15 seconds left in the game to give the Eagles their first win of the year, topping the Admirals. (Paul W. Gillespie / Capital Gazette)

Ryan Idleman tossed a 35-yard touchdown pass to Jaylon Carver with 15 seconds left in the game to give AACS its first win of the year, topping Severn, 10-6.

Donnie Frayer booted a 29-yard field goal earlier in the game to get the Eagles (1-6) on the board.

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Nicholas Sotiropulous-Lawrence kicked field goals of 20 and 37 yards for Severn (0-8).

Chesapeake 28, Southern 13: After falling behind 6-0 early in the second half, Chesapeake scored 14 unanswered points in the third quarter and never trailed again. Victor Listorti kicked off the Chesapeake comeback with a 50-yard touchdown run.

Listorti finished with 195 yards on 19 carries, Julian Sutton scored on a pair of short runs and Jalen Richardson also had a rushing touchdown for the Cougars (4-3). Zach Baumann was perfect on his four extra points for Chesapeake.

Old Mill 58, Northeast 14: Myles Fulton threw three touchdown passes and Joey Graves ran for a score and caught another to lead the Patriots to their sixth straight win. Caron Tull rushed for 98 yards, including a 10-yard score, James McBride scored on a 28-yard run, William Ennis and Donte Craggette-Drake had touchdown receptions and Ben Wilson returned an interception for a touchdown for Old Mill (6-1). Cole Souvenir scored on an 18-yard run for Northeast (3-4).

St. Mary’s 28, John Carroll 21: Ki’Sean Gray-Danzler ran for 126 yards and a pair of touchdowns and Alex Wicks had 156 yards on 28 carries and a touchdown in the Saints’ MIAA B Conference win. Chris Golini (141 yards passing) threw a touchdown pass to Patrick Dunleavy for the Saints’ other score.

Girls Soccer

AACS 6, Chesapeake S. P. 1: Emily Powers netted a hat trick, while Zoe Lemke finished with two goals, as the eagles defeated the Tigers on Saturday.

Jess McBride scored a goal, Sarah Hall registered two assists, Kyra Hudd and Sarah Oley were each credited with an assist and Julie Hemmings made four saves for AACS (11-2-1).

Boys Soccer

Severn 1, Friends 0: Trey Huber scored the game’s only goal, with the assist coming from Alan Tchamourliyski, as the Admirals knocked off the Quakers on Friday.

Ethan Andersen made four saves for Severn (9-7-1).

Saturday scores

Mount St. Joseph 3, Chesapeake 0

Cross Country

Eagles Invite: Meadow Mackey from AACS ran a 20:50 to place first and teammate Madison Cote was five seconds behid her to place second as the AACS girls won the Eagles Invite on Saturday.

Clara Blasberg, also from AACS, ran a 21:36, which was good for fourth place. Dafne Estrella (23:04), Heather McKee (23:35) and Lillian James (23:56), all from Southern, took fifth, sixth and seventh. That group was followed by Grace Hall (AACS) in eighth with a 24:23 and Samantha Lewis (Southern) in ninth in 24:38. Indian Creek’s Abigail McKenney rounded out the top 10 in 25:04.

Hunter Steinau from AACS finished first in 16:04 and teammates Lucas Williams ran a 16:58, good for fourth and Ethan Leonovich was fifth in 17:13 as the Eagles boys team won their invitational.

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Jackson Shiffer from Southern ran a 16:50 to come in second, teammate Luke Jimene crossed the line in 17:30 to place sixth, Shaun Gerety of Indian Creek took eighth in 18:09, Eric Johnson of AACS took ninth in 18:09 and Connor Nelson of Southern finished in 10th place with a time of 18:21 as the Bulldogs took second as a team.

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