Here’s a roundup of high school varsity action from Friday, Sept. 9.
Dundalk 35, Parkville 6: Jordan Fiorenza rushed for more than 200 yards and four touchdowns to lead the Owls to the win. Ja Bonner also rushed for a score in the win. Dale Martin and Kamari Brathwaite led Dundalk’s defensive effort.
Manchester Valley 15, North Hagerstown 8: A fourth-quarter Ben Pitta touchdown run lifted the Mavericks past North Hagerstown for its first win of the season. Manchester Valley opened the scoring in the first half when Jake Boog connected with Markel Brown for a touchdown. North Hagerstown jumped ahead, 8-7, in the third quarter before Pitta’s run and a Boog to Blake Ray two-point conversion put Manchester Valley back ahead.
South Carroll 15, Northeast 9: The Cavaliers jumped out to a first-half lead and the defense made it hold up. Ryan Carrado hit a 20-yard field goal and AJ Rodrigues scored on a 2-yard run. Rodrigues again scored from 34 yards out for a 15-3 halftime lead. The Cavalier defense held the Eagles out of the end zone until the game’s final minute. Rodrigues rushed 20 times for 77 yards on the night. Jackson Strzelczyk and Nate Boore each had six tackles.
Westminster 44, Linganore 28: The Owls posted a statement win on the road Friday to move to 2-0. Kyrece Walker powered the Westminster offense accounting for six touchdowns, two rushing and four through the air.
Mount St. Joseph 34, Franklin 0: The visiting Gaels (2-1) bounced back from a 21-14 loss to St. Ignatius (Ohio) on Sept. 3. Mount St. Joseph led 14-0 at the half over the Indians.
Georgetown Prep 22, Loyola Blakefield 21, 2OT: The host Dons (1-1) blocked the extra-point attempt in the second overtime and were called for roughing the kicker. The Hoyas (2-0) went for two and won. Georgetown Prep’s Carson Whittier completed a touchdown pass to Quincy Long with 4:57 left to tie the game at 7 with less than five minutes to go in regulation to force overtime. Long scored another touchdown in the first overtime for a 14-7 Hoyas lead before Loyola knotted the score at 14 to force a second overtime.
Chesapeake 14, Winters Mill 7: The two sides were locked in a defensive stalemate until the third quarter when Winters Mill jumped to a 7-0 advantage. Nick Shade took up the mantle in response, his one carry of the night going for 27 yards and the first Cougars touchdown to tie. In the fourth, Logan Clark shot out for 68 yards, placing Chesapeake (2-0) at the 2-yard line. Larry Hurst scored two plays later to haul in the second TD. Wake Forest commit Rushaun Tongue and Andrew Beal anchored the defense with eight and nine tackles, respectively.
Archbishop Spalding 20, Imhotep Charter 13: The Cavaliers are off to a 2-1 start after bringing down one of Pennsylvania’s top teams. Sophomore quarterback Malik Washington put Spalding up, 7-0, by halftime on a 1-yard quarterback sneak. Hakim Simms rushed in the third quarter over 44 yards to for another score. Imhotep replied with two passing scores, but missed the extra point. Junior Brayden Marrocco pulled off a huge interception on the 5-yard line to prevent the go-ahead score. Washington then hit Max Moss for the winning touchdown.
Smyrna 14, Arundel 0: The Wildcats (1-1) couldn’t drum up much offensively, amassing 97 yards in 56 plays. The game was scoreless until the fourth quarter, when Smyrna raced in a 5-yard touchdown for the first score. Arundel still had a chance to win with three minutes to go but lost footing when Smyrna returned a 40-yard punt for another score. Quarterback Gavin Kamachi went 13-for-33 in the loss with 103 yards.
Fort Hill 9, Old Mill 7: An early strike wasn’t enough to propel the Patriots to another win as the Old Mill defense surrendered two scores in the fourth quarter. Maximus Jones put Old Mill on the board in the second quarter with a 4-yard rush.
St. Mary’s 35, St. Alban’s 0: The Saints (2-0) exploded on the ground, amassing 299 rushing yards. Patrick Cary comprised 161 of that yardage on 15 carries while Wyatt Cotton returned a kickoff for a touchdown. Bruce Dent also contributed a touchdown. Quarterback Carson Petitbon went 8-for-13 for 98 yards and one passing touchdown, while rushing 68 yards on seven carries for two rushing scores. John Ferrer and Darren Stover both recovered fumbles.
Glen Burnie 43, Annapolis 21: Senior Mike Quarles scored three times to help secure the Gophers’ best start in years (2-0). Junior Romeo Edmonds added another touchdown while Hebrew Norfleet returned the opening kickoff return for a touchdown.
Meade 51, Tuscarora 14: Tyrique Jones ran back the opening kickoff for a score and caught a 56-yard touchdown pass for another. Darrell Walters had two rushing scores while Brian Jackson had two in the air. Jayden Womble recorded another, hauling about five defenders on his back in. Sophomore Kameryn Henry scored a 47-yard rushing touchdown. Brian Jamison tossed three touchdowns. Joel Mendoza finished the game with six sacks.
Crofton 7, Severna Park 6: Satchel Wilson blocked the Falcons’ extra-point attempt to secure the Cardinals’ victory. Junior Joe Hayes rushed in the lone touchdown for the Cardinals.
Southern 24, Clear Spring 13: The Bulldogs (1-1) broke from a halftime 7-7 tie to bring home the first win of 2022.
Wilde Lake 7, Oakland Mills 0: In a defensive battle, the Wildecats earned their first win of the season. Quarterback Gio Butler connected with Ethan Jackson for a 63-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter, for the game’s only score.
Parkville 3, Randallstown 1: The Knights picked up the win 25-16, 25-14, 21-25, 25-17. Victoria Williams served 11 aces in the win. Karis Hill added four aces. Faith Johnson paced Parkville’s offense with seven kills.
Mercy 3, Perry Hall 0: Mercy swept the match progressively improving its margins in a 25-20, 25-19, 25-11 win.
Patterson Mill 3, Perryville 0: The Huskies won 25-16, 27-25, 25-10. In the loss, Emily Burchett had 15 digs and Riley Jackson picked up 12.
Aberdeen 3, Edgewood 1: Aberdeen looked ready to cruise, but Edgewood rallied to make it a match, though ultimately falling 25-17, 25-8, 23-25, 30-28. Jocelyn Kruger had 10 kills and four aces for Aberdeen. Savanna Murdock was right behind her with nine kills and two aces. Citlali Arzabala chipped in six kills. In the loss, McKenzie Badham led Edgewood with four kills and five aces. Bryanna Carter also lined four kills. Defensively, Sylvia Marin had 15 digs and Alyssa Collins picked up 10.
Loyola Blakefield 3, Archbishop Spalding 0: The host Dons (5-1, 5-1 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference) got single goals from Lucas DuBois, Dan Klink and Landon Lackner and shut out the Cavaliers (2-4, 2-4). Mateo Munoz, Joel Romero and Tosz Topolski had assists.
Archbishop Curley 3, Mount St. Joseph 2: The visiting Friars (5-2, 4-1 MIAA A Conference handed the Gaels (2-4, 2-4) their second-straight loss. Shan Chung and Ashton Wray each scored for Mount St. Joseph.
Havre de Grace 9, Harford Christian 2: Cameron Grant made 10 saves to lead the visiting Warriors past the Eagles. Kyle Sullivan had three goals and Wyatt Molyneux and Blake Clark each scored twice.
Bowie 2, Broadneck 1: Broadneck got a goal from Dylan Thompson but couldn’t top Bowie on Friday. Matt Tettemer made five saves for the Bruins.
St. Mary’s 9, Sts. Peter and Paul 1: Charlie Roy led his squad with four goals and two assists in the decisive win for the Saints (2-0). Kam Ross brought in another two goals, while Brian Sands, JD Licameli and Dylan Sharpe all had one.
Key 6, Chesapeake Science Point: 0: The Obezags split their offensive efforts evenly over two halves.
Severn 6, Glenelg Country 0: The Admirals leapt to a four-goal lead in the first half to slay the Dragons. Ammar Yusuf and Alex Mussog scored two goals each, while Davis Cawlfield and Andrew Beard contributed one apiece. Nick Melfi, William Cawlfield, Yusuf, KJ Lloyed and Alan Tchamourlyski each recorded assists.
Indian Creek 2, AACS 0: The Eagles (2-1) were given first strike as Arnia Goode put one away off a feed from Maisie White. With 15 minutes left in the game, Faith Spirt took an assist from Kimmy Stevenson and scored. Mya Duckett and Cheynne Thomas split time in goal to put together a shutout.
Park 3, AACS 1: The Bruins netted two goals in the third and another in the fourth to vanquish the Eagles. Senior Abby Fagbohunka netted a goal late for AACS off an assist from junior CJ Summa.
St. Timothy’s 3, Meade 1: Brienna Blackwood flashed a corner shot on a feed from Melanie Clore for the sole Mustangs score.
Francis Scott Key 4, Middletown 0: Bella Mazan scored twice for the Eagles (2-0), while Katelyn Boyer and Jena Stambaugh also scored. The defense was led by Nora Bachtel and Drew Watkins only allowing the Knights six shots during the game.
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