Football roundup (Sept. 18): Maggio's FG lifts Boys' Latin past Curley in final seconds, 31-28


Dom Maggio, Boys' Latin only Under Amour All-American in football, stepped up for the host Lakers (2-1).

With the game tied at 28 with seven seconds left , Maggio made a 32-yard field goal to lift Boys' Latin to a 31-28 victory over Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference rival Archbishop Curley (1-2) on Friday night.


Lakers quarterback Logan Wisnauskas threw two touchdown passes to Grey Ey and ran for one, and Victor Dimukeje returned a fumble 40 yards for a touchdown.

Mallard Creek (N.C.) 28, No. 2 McDonogh 7: The host Mavericks (3-0), the two-time defending Class 4 Double-A state champions in North Carolina, held the Eagles (2-1) to one score.


Mylique McGriff rushed for a 37-yard touchdown for McDonogh.

No. 3 Old Mill 41, No. 9 South River 6: Pete Boone scored on the Patriots' opening drive and quarterback David Marrocco followed with a 1-yard touchdown run and a 10-yard touchdown pass in the first quarter, and the rout was on.

Old Mill improved to 3-0 and the host Seahawks fell to 2-1.

South Hagerstown 21, No. 5 South Carroll 20: Brent McPherson, Steven Baca and AJ Linn each scored a first-half touchdown, but the host Cavaliers (2-1) turned the ball over on downs in Rebels territory with a minute remaining.

No. 7 Arundel 48, Chesapeake-AA 8: Quarterback Donte Thompson went 21-for-28 for 335 yards and three touchdowns to power the host Wildcats (3-0) past the Cougars (2-1).

Arundel built on its 7-0 first-quarter lead by scoring 21 unanswered points in the second quarter.

No. 12 Archbishop Spalding 47, Riverdale Baptist 7: Evan Fochtman rushed for two touchdowns and threw for three more as the host Cavaliers (3-1) beat the Crusaders (2-1).

No. 13 Broadneck 41, No. 15 Annapolis 16: Chris Watts caught two touchdown passes and ran for one to lead the Bruins (2-1) over the host Panthers (2-1).

Friends 36, Concordia Prep 0: Kavon Samuels had an 86-yard kickoff return for a touchdown and the host Quakers beat the Saints.

St. Stephen's & St. Agnes (Va.) 30, Severn 0: The host Saints (1-1) led 21-0 at the half and rolled past the Admirals (2-2).

Mervo 48, Reginald F. Lewis 0: Dwayne McClarin opened the scoring with a 40-yard touchdown run as the host Mustangs (3-0) beat the Falcons (0-3).

McClarin finished with a touchdown and three 2-point conversions.


Westminster 27, Urbana 24: Ian Gould kicked a game-tying field goal late in regulation, and when the visiting Owls (1-2) recovered an onside kick, Gould came through again with a 30-yarder as time expired to give Westminster its first win under new coach Matt Study.

Northeast 19, Southern 14: Ryan Austin rushed for 146 yards and three touchdowns to propel the host Eagles (2-1) to victory. Zach Neuland rushed for 109 yards and both touchdowns for the Bulldogs (1-2).

Meade 19, North County 12: Jeremy Washington rushed for a touchdown and threw for a score to power the Mustangs (1-2) to their first win. The host Knights dropped to 0-3.

Severna Park 7, Glen Burnie 6: Trevor Bellotte scored the game-winning touchdown in the second quarter and the Falcons beat the Gophers for their first win of the season.

Century 19, North Hagerstown 13: The visiting Knights (2-1) won their second in a row thanks to a red-zone stand on defense with less than two minutes to go and Adam Lanni's three touchdown passes.

Poolesville 24, Winters Mill 13:  Patrick Brown threw for a touchdown and ran for a score, but the visiting Falcons (1-2) couldn't hold on to an early 7-0 lead.

Smithsburg 23, North Carroll 6: The visiting Panthers (0-3) put up their first points of the season but lost.

Hammond 30, Mount Hebron 3: The visiting Golden Bears (1-2) took a 19-point lead into the fourth quarter and the defense stuffed the Vikings (1-2) on four runs from inside the 3-yard line in what turned out to be a domination.

—Tim Schwartz, Baltimore Sun Media Group

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