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Roundup: Arundel football crushes Annapolis, 54-14

No. 2 Arundel 54, Annapolis 14: Anthony Messenger went 22-for-32 for 281 yards and two touchdown passes and he rushed 12 times for 51 yards and two touchdowns to power the visiting Wildcats (6-0) past the Panthers (2-4).

Arundel led 28-7 at halftime.

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South Carroll 49, Winters Mill 13: The first sequence of the game turned out to be a microcosm of the entire first half for the host Falcons (0-6, 0-3 county), who fumbled in the first play of the game. .

Winters Mill's mistakes coupled with an effective South Carroll running game led to a blowout victory for the Cavaliers.

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Winters Mill (0-6, 0-3 in county) fumbled the first play of the game.

and just three plays later Chris Gavin ran in a touchdown for the Cavaliers (4-2, 3-0). The Falcons turned the ball over three times in the first half.

South Carroll capitalized on every mistake and put up 42 points in the first half, including five rushing touchdowns. Gavin repeatedly gashed the Winters Mill defense, rushing for a game-high 131 yards and three touchdowns, all in the first half. Gavin had three carries of 30 yards or more.

Danny Haines,

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North Carroll 35, Francis Scott Key 21: Panthers wide receivers are making a habit of putting up huge numbers. This week, it was senior Austin Catley's turn.

Catley had five catches for 217 yards and three touchdowns in North Carroll's win over Francis Scott Key.

It was the second noteworthy week in a row for Catley, who had eight catches for 127 yards and a touchdown in last week's 22-13 loss to Liberty.

Earlier this season, North Carroll receiver Zach Sherman had 294 receiving yards and four touchdowns in a win over Williamsport, a total believed to be a county record.

Quarterback Jack Flowers passed for 325 yards and four touchdowns for NC (5-1, 2-1 county). RJ Lee had a touchdown in his season debut for FSK (0-6, 0-3).

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Boys soccer

No. 3 Loyola Blakefield 3, No. 5 St. Paul's 3, OT: Gavin Barger had the game-tying goal with seven minutes left for the host Dons (8-2-1).

The Crusaders (8-3-2) fell behind 1-0 before Jordan Fields scored back-to-back goals for a 2-1 halftime lead. Loyola's Nate Hall tied the game at 2-all before Sean Clarke scored the third goal for St. Paul's.

No. 12 Dulaney 3, No. 13 Perry Hall 2, OT: Cameron Carter scored the game-winner from 10 yards out 5minutes into overtime to lift the host Lions (10-1) over the Gators (7-2-1).

Carter assisted on both goals in regulation. Perry Hall trailed 1-0 before taking a 2-1 lead with 10 minutes left in the game. Dulaney's Andres Arbelaez tied the game.

No. 14 Archbishop Spalding 2, Gilman 1: The visiting Cavaliers (7-6-1) fell behind 1-0 before Aaron Barclay scored back-to-back goals to beat the Greyhounds (3-7-1).

Sandro Ertel made six saves for Spalding and Jake Young had four for Gilman.

Archbishop Curley 4, John Carroll 2: The host Friars (7-8) played a man down and scored three goals in the second half in a come-from-behind victory over the Patriots (4-9).

Tre Pulliam had three assists for Curley.

Girls soccer

No. 1 McDonogh 8, C. Milton Wright 1: A week off didn't slow down the host Eagles (10-0), who took a 1-0 lead 2 minutes into the game and beat the Mustangs (9-1-1).

Bridgette Andrzejewski finished with a game-high four goals and an assist. Kia Rankin had two goals, including the first score, and an assist on Andrzejewski's second goal.

C. Milton Wright's Sarah Murphy scored a goal and made two saves.

Field hockey

No. 2 Archbishop Spalding 6, Chesapeake-AA 1: Erin Shanahan had a hat trick and Madison Zehring had two goals to power the host Cavaliers (12-1) past the Cougars (5-6).

Spalding led 3-0 at the break.

No. 3 Garrison Forest 7, Patterson Mill 0: Natalie Adamez scored five goals to power the host Grizzlies (12-0-1) past the Huskies (5-7).

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