Here is your recap of the weekend high school sports action in Baltimore
NO. 3 MOUNT ST. JOSEPH 34, FRANKLIN 0
Zion Williams and Tre Goodridge each scored a pair of touchdowns, leading Mount St. Joseph to an easy road victory.
Williams helped the Gaels (2-1) to a 14-0 halftime advantage with two scoring runs, including a 12-yarder in the second. In the third, Goodridge came down with a Winston Watkins pass for a 26-yard touchdown with seven minutes remaining.
The lead grew to 28-0 as Samir West returned an interception 58 yards with 6:04 left in the third. Goodridge hauled in a third down pass from Watkins and sprinted to the end zone for a 70-yard score, his seventh touchdown reception in three games.
Franklin’s best scoring opportunity came in the fourth, advancing to Mount St. Joseph’s 15, but Greg Roman came up with an interception in the end zone. The Gaels next play at Montgomery County private powerhouse Good Counsel, ranked No. 2 in the State Football Media Poll, Friday.
The Indians, who lost at then-No. 7 Milford Mill in last week’s season open, are 0-2 for the first time since 2003. Franklin hosts Dulaney next weekend.
NO. 4 ARCHBISHOP SPALDING 20, IMHOTEP CHARTER (PA) 13
Archbishop Spalding got some late heroics for its second straight victory as Max Moss’ 83-yard touchdown catch with 54 seconds left in regulation was the difference.
With the game tied at 13 and Imhotep at Spalding’s five-yard line, Brayden Marrocco intercepted Imhotep quarterback Mikal Davis with 1:42 left. Three plays later, Cavalier quarterback Malik Washington threw a pass down the sidelines to Moss, who caught the ball over a defender, broke free from another Imhotep defender and sprinted 52 yards to the end zone.
Imhotep reached Spalding’s 36 in the final seconds before Davis’ pass fell incomplete near the end zone on the final play. The Cavaliers used a one-yard first quarter score from Washington and a 42-yard touchdown run by Simms in the third quarter for a 13-0 advantage.
Imhotep, one of Philadelphia’s top teams, rallied by Davis. The senior lefty connected with Corey Wright-Downing for an 80-yard touchdown and Asir Moore for 58 yards, bringing Imhotep even at 13 with 6:49 left in regulation.
Davis later guided Imhotep to Spalding’s five but was hit by a blitzing Cavalier linebacker Damien Wilburn as he released the ball. The ball floated and Marrocco came down with the interception.
The Cavaliers have won two straight since an opening loss to New Jersey powerhouse Don Bosco Prep. Spalding next plays Friday evening at Gonzaga College (D.C.) in the final non-league contest before starting MIAA A Conference play.
NO. 6 MILFORD MILL 48, HEREFORD 9
Milford Mill (2-0) enjoyed a second straight dominant home victory, thanks to Sean Williams.
The senior running back who transferred from Mount St. Joseph, rushed for 221 yards and five touchdowns on just 12 carries. Williams scored on runs of 13, 37, 39, 10 and 68 yards.
The Millers, who routed then-No. 12 Franklin last week, have outscored their opponents, 90-16. Milford Mill plays at Overlea Friday.
NO. 7 DUNBAR 70, PATTERSON 0
The Poets continued their dominance in Baltimore City as Old Dominion University commit and reigning VSN Offensive Player of the Year Devin Roche scored two touchdowns.
Devin Page, Tony Hart, Tristen Kenan, Dayshaun Newton, Travis Brown and Kendrick Williams each found the end zone for Dunbar (2-0, 1-0 Baltimore City Division I), which extended the area’s longest current win streak to 15. The Poets have won 20 straight against city league opponents.
GEORGETOWN PREP 22, NO. 8 LOYOLA BLAKEFIELD 21, 2OT
Loyola played its first night football game on its Towson campus, but the historic evening ended in heartbreak as Colin Reynolds’ 2-point conversion in the second overtime lifted visiting Georgetown Prep, ranked No. 14 in the State Football Media poll.
Moments earlier, the Dons stormed the field celebrating what they thought was a victory after Mason Chervenak’s extra-point kick went left, but Loyola were flagged for running into Chervenak, moving the ball to the two-yard line. Reynolds then went untouched through a hole on the left side into the endzone for the win.
After a scoreless first half, Loyola (1-1) got its first score on sophomore Kendrick Worthington’s two-yard run. The Dons’ defense kept Georgetown Prep at bay until late in regulation as Carson Whittier threw a three-yard touchdown pass to Quinlan Long on fourth-and-goal with 4:37 left.
Long opened the overtime with a six-yard touchdown run, followed by Chervenak’s extra point. The Dons answered with Bradley Seiss’ 10-yard touchdown pass to Marcus Hines. Owen Scheihing’s extra-point kick sent the match into a second overtime.
Loyola got the ball first in the second extra session. Creese’s sneak from the one and Scheihing’s extra-point gave the Dons a 21-14 advantage.
Loyola hosts No. 15 St. Mary’s next Saturday afternoon.
NO. 9 MERVO 37, CITY COLLEGE 0
NO. 10 DUNDALK 35, PARKVILLE 6
Parkville had no answers for the power rushing attack of Dundalk, led by senior star Jordan Fiorenza who pounded the Knights for more than 200 yards rushing and four touchdowns.
NO. 12 CONCORDIA PREP 26, NO. 5 MCDONOGH 7
NO. 13 BROADNECK 35, SOUTH RIVER 0
Cam Catterton, playing against his former school, had a big night as Broadneck won for the first time in 2022. Catterton, a senior, passed for 230 yards and three touchdowns for the defending Anne Arundel County champ Bruins (1-1 overall, 1-0 Anne Arundel).
Junior receiver Malachi Evans finished with 113 yards receiving and two touchdowns.
NO. 14 ATHOLTON 21, GLENELG 7
NO. 15 ST. MARY’S 35, ST. ALBANS (DC) 0
The Saints had another impressive performance at Pascal Field in Annapolis Friday to move to 2-0 as senior quarterback Carson Pettibone threw a touchdown pass and ran for two scores and Pat Cary carried 15 times for 161 yards.
Wyatt Cotton had a kickoff return for a score, and Joseph Israel caught a 31-yard touchdown pass from Pettibone, a transfer from Gonzaga (D.C.), which finished eight-of-13 for 98 yards and ran for 68.
John Ferrer and Darren Stover each had fumble recoveries for the Saints defense that has allowed one score in two games. St. Mary’s travels to No. 8 Loyola next Saturday.
ARCHBISHOP CURLEY 44, DELAWARE MILITARY INSTITUTE 12
BEL AIR 20, CENTURY 0
BOHEMIA MANOR 28, PATTERSON MILL 12
BOYS’ LATIN 21, LIBERTY 20
A failed a two-point conversion, late in the third quarter by host Liberty, allowed Boys’ Latin to cling to a 21-20 lead and the Lakers made it stand up for a victory, Friday evening.
Dougie Weinmann completed a pair of touchdown passes to Mason Proutt and Damon Mallory scored on a 28-yard run to account for Boys’ Latin’s three scores.
Liberty quarterback Jack Pellicciotti passed for one score, to Phillip Sackett, and rushed for another for the Lions.
CENTENNIAL 34, HAMMOND 6
CHESAPEAKE-AA 14, WINTERS MILL 7
C. MILTON WRIGHT 13, NORTH HARFORD 6
CROFTON 7, SEVERNA PARK 6
EASTERN TECH 14, LOCH RAVEN 12
EDGEWOOD 53, ELKTON 20
EDMONDSON 38, DIGITAL HARBOR 20
HARFORD TECH 27, ABERDEEN 7
FOREST PARK 44, CONEXIONS 0
FORT HILL 9, OLD MILL 7
FRANCIS SCOTT KEY 22, ST. JOHN’S CATHOLIC PREP 14
GLEN BURNIE 43, ANNAPOLIS 21
GREEN STREET ACADEMY 53, BEN FRANKLIN 0
KENWOOD 20, WOODLAWN 14
LAKE CLIFTON 16, CARVER VO-TECH 14
OWINGS MILLS 12, RANDALLSTOWN 0
LANDON 27, ST. PAUL’S 6
LONG REACH 29, RESERVOIR 0
MANCHESTER VALLEY 15, NORTH HAGERSTOWN 8
MEADE 51, TUSCARORA 14
MILFORD (DE) 28, NORTH COUNTY 14
MOUNT HEBRON 15, MARRIOTTS RIDGE 12
PATAPSCO 28, LANSDOWNE 8
PERRYVILLE 30, JOPPATOWNE 26
POLY 46, REGINALD LEWIS 0
RISING SUN 27, HAVRE DE GRACE 21
RIVER HILL 31, HOWARD 14
SEVERN 41, ST. ANDREW’S (DE) 30
SMYRNA (DE) 14, ARUNDEL 0
SOUTH CARROLL 15, NORTHEAST 9
SOUTHERN-AA 24, CLEAR SPRING 13
ST. VINCENT PALLOTTI 21, JOHN CARROLL 14
WESTMINSTER 44, LINGANORE 28
WILDE LAKE 7, OAKLAND MILLS 0
LIPSCOMB ACADEMY (TN) 35, NO. 2 CALVERT HALL 0
The Cardinals were unable to overcome an early onslaught by nationally-ranked Lipscomb Academy from Tennessee.
Lipscomb, ranked No. 23 by USA Today, scored on its first three possessions as quarterback Hank Brown, who’s committed to Liberty University, completed 16-of-18 passes for 240 yards and three touchdowns. Junior Sherrill, a Vanderbilt commit, caught eight passes for 113 yards.
Down 21-0 in the second quarter, Calvert Hall (1-2) assembled its best drive Saturday, advancing to Lipscomb’s four-yard line. On fourth down, Cardinal quarterback Noah Brannock was stripped by Lipscomb senior linebacker Brian Longwell, who recovered the ball at the hosts’ 28.
Brown connected with Sherrill from 15 yards with 1:11 left in the first half, advancing Lipscomb’s lead to 28-0 at halftime. Brown hit Micah Burton from 23 yards with 8:13 left in the third quarter, capping a 50-yard drive.
The final 20 minutes were played with a running clock with the Nashville school leading by at least 30 points. Drew Patterson’s two-yard touchdown run started the night for Lipscomb.
Noah Brannock finished 14-of-26 for 110 yards for Calvert Hall, which averaged 35 points in its first two games. Donnie Lewis had four catches for 37 yards, and John Asuquo rushed for 33 yards.
The Cardinals will host Mount Zion Prep Friday evening.
LAWRENCEVILLE PREP (NJ) 47, NO. 11 GILMAN 33
After victories over MIAA B Conference squads (Concordia Prep and Archbishop Curley), the Greyhounds came apart on the road against Lawrenceville School Saturday afternoon in New Jersey.
Gilman tied the game at 12 on a 15-yard touchdown pass from Matt Parker to Griffin Graham with one minute left in the first half, but Lawrenceville scored 21 straight points, courtesy of three touchdown throws by quarterback Peyton Cosover for a 33-12 third quarter advantage.
Parker’s 18-yard scoring pass to Graham cut the deficit to 33-19. Two plays from scrimmage later, the Greyhounds’ defense broke down as Cosover hit a wide open receiver for a 73-yard score.
Cosover, a senior, threw seven touchdown passes for Lawrenceville (1-0), coached by former Gilman standout Napoleon Sykes. Parker threw for three scores, including a 35-yard pass to Camren Brown.
Dejuan Lane returned an interception 45 yards for a touchdown for Gilman (2-1), and Sebastian Chaney had a three-yard touchdown run.
DULANEY 22, CATONSVILLE 12
FALLSTON 38, NORTH EAST 6
PIKESVILLE 2, CHEAPEAKE-BC 0 (FF)
ST. MICHAEL THE ARCHANGEL (VA) 49, ANNAPOLIS AREA CHRISTIAN 6
NO. 1 CALVERT HALL 2, GILMAN 0
NO. 10 CONCORDIA PREP 2, NO. 2 JOHN CARROLL 1
NO. 3 ARCHBISHOP CURLEY 3, MOUNT ST. JOSEPH 2
NO. 4 LOYOLA BLAKEFIELD 3, ARCHBISHOP SPALDING 0
Danny Klink scored goal and added an assist to lead No. 4 Loyola to a 3-0 MIAA A Conference victory over Archbishop Spalding. Klink’s cross to Lucas Dubois produced the Dons’ first goal and he then headed home a feed from Joel Romero. Landon Lackner added an insurance goal, with an assist from Tosh Topolski.
NO. 8 TOWSON 3, LANSDOWNE 0
CATONSVILLE 3, LOCH RAVEN 0
BOWIE 2, NO. 6 BROADNECK 1
Dylan Thompson staked No. 6 Broadneck to 1-0 first half lead at Bowie on Friday. The host Bulldogs got second half goals from Donis Anderson and Kingsley Adekanmbi to pull out a 2-1 victory.
ANNAPOLIS AREA CHRISTIAN 3, FRIENDS 1
HARFORD TECH 3, EASTERN TECH 2
HAVRE DE GRACE 9, HARFORD CHRISTIAN 2
KEY 6, CHESAPEAKE SCIENCE POINT 0
PATTERSON MILL 11, ABERDEEN 1
SEVERN 6, GLENELG COUNTRY 0
ST. MARY’S 9, SAINTS PETER & PAUL 1
ARUNDEL 2, DULANEY 2, 2 OT
CENTENNIAL 3, CATONSVILLE 1
ELEANOR ROOSEVELT 2, ARUNDEL 1
RIVER HILL 3, CHESAPEAKE-AA 1
SOUTH RIVER 7, HUNTINGTOWN 0
NO. 10 CENTURY 3, C. MILTON WRIGHT 2
C. Milton Wright got first half goals from Carly Patrick and Leah Holman, both assisted by Katie Roszko to grab a 2-1 halftime lead against the 10th-ranked Knights. Century, which got a first half score from Melody Leiva, took the lead and the victory with second half tallies by Gracie Tourangeau and Harli Hamlett.
Alix Bramble had 12 saves in the CMW goal, while Mia Graff stopped 10 shots for Century.
BEL AIR 3, NORTH EAST 0
Ally Mace scored twice and Alex Busick tallied as Bel Air defeated North East in an UCBAC contest.
Kiera Loewe added two assists for the Bobcats (2-1), and Allie Brown contributed an assist. Kaylee Norstrand made 18 saves in goal.
CALVERT 3, MARYVALE PREP 2
EASTERN TECH 9, CITY COLLEGE 0
FRANCIS SCOTT KEY 4, MIDDLETOWN 0
HARFORD TECH 4, HAVRE DE GRACE 1
Lila Vincenti staked Havre de Grace to an early 1-0 lead, but Harford Tech scored the final four goals of the game to capture a 4-1 victory. Tech’s Caroline Korczak scored to tie the contest at the half, before the Cobras pulled away with second half goals from Eve Hamilton, Lea Ayers and Carly Hemmings.
INDIAN CREEK 2, ANNAPOLIS AREA CHRISTIAN 0
LOCH RAVEN 1, CATONSVILLE 1, 2OT
IAAM CHALLENGE AT MERCY
NO. 1 MCDONOGH 7, SEVERN 0
NO. 2 ARCHBISHOP SPALDING 2, GOOD COUNSEL 1
After playing No. 5 Broadneck to a scoreless draw earlier in the week, No. 2 Archbishop Spalding returned to the win column with a 2-1 victory over Good Counsel. Emma Dean scored the first goal with an assist from Meghan Bernetti and Olivia Nardone netted the other, unassisted.
NO. 5 BROADNECK 3, NO. 8 MERCY 0
NO. 6 NOTRE DAME PREP 1, NO. 11 PERRY HALL 0
CALVERT 2, NO. 15 ST. PAUL’S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS 1
TOWSON 4, ROLAND PARK COUNTRY 0
GUNSTON DAY 2, INDIAN CREEK 1
FRANCIS SCOTT KEY 4, MIDDLETOWN 0
PATTERSON MILL 1, ELKTON 0
ST. TIMOTHY’S 3, MEADE 1
NO. 2 BROADNECK 6, RIVER HILL 1
MOUNT HEBRON 5, CATONSVILLE 1
NORTH HARFORD 4, WINTERS MILL 1
TOWSON 4, ROLAND PARK COUNTRY 3
NO. 7 GLENELG 3, HAMMOND 0
Glenelg moved to 2-0 with a 26-24, 25-20, 25-13 sweep of Hammond.
Lindsay Kelley led the Gladiators with 4 aces, 6 kills, 18 assists and 6 digs. Isard Bernades had 7 kills and Nabi Bae produced 6 kills, 1 assist and 4 digs. In addition, Olivia McDonough added 5 aces, 3 assists and 5 digs, Lily Bae delivered 9 aces, 1 assist and 3 digs and Liesl Walter contributed 1 ace, 4 kills and 2 digs.
NO. 10 BEL AIR 3, BO MANOR 1
No. 10 Bel Air defeated the Eagles of Bo Manor on the road to win their season opener and extend their conference winning streak to 24 in a row.
Bo Manor put up a tough fight but Bel Air controlled most of the momentum and won 3-1 (25-12, 29-31, 25-12, 25-19). The second set saw both teams exchange multiple leads and finished with Bo Manor on top in a thrilling set. The Bobcats’ offense was well-distributed and was led by junior middle hitter Brooke Hopkins (9 kills), senior right-side Jaydn Betters (8 kills), sophomore setter/right-side Anna Kane (6 kills, 1 ace), senior outside Megan Cassady (6 kills, 3 aces), and senior outside Lexi Bell (5 kills, 1 ace). The passing was great all night for the Bobcats and was led by Bell, Cassaday, and senior libero Brooke Keesey. Defensively, the Bobcats were able to slow down the outside attack with 14 blocks including 6 by Hopkins, 3 by Kane and 3 blocks by senior Anaiah Lewis.
NO. 14 HEREFORD 3, MCDONOGH 1
ABERDEEN 3, EDGEWOOD 1
CENTURY 3, DULANEY 1
GERSTELL 3, OUR LADY OF MOUNT CARMEL 0
FALLSTON 3, C. MILTON WRIGHT 0
Fallston topped neighborhood rival C. Milton Wright in three sets, including two tough games to close out the sweep.
In the first set, Sam Conrad and Addie Fares dominated the service line propelling Fallston to a commanding 25-12 victory. Service runs by Kyra Douglass and Grace Pfaff paced the Cougars in the second set. After the Mustangs cut into the lead with a service run of their own, two amazing digs by Fares on set point led to a deciding kill by Douglass. The third set belonged to Douglass and her .833 hitting percentage on 5 of 6 hitting.
MERCY 3, PERRY HALL 0
MILFORD MILL 3, DUNDALK 1
PATTERSON MILL 3, PERRYVILLE 0
PARKVILLE 3, RANDALLSTOWN 1
PIKESVILLE 3, LOCH RAVEN 2
RISING SUN 3, NORTH HARFORD 1
TOWSON 3, GARRISON FOREST 0
WESTMINSTER MASON-DIXON INVITATIONAL
Top-ranked Reservoir was the only area team to advance out of pool play, losing to North Hagerstown in the semifinals. The Gators went 2-1 in pool play.
Pennsylvania’s Seneca Valley won the title in three sets over North Hagerstown.
Fourth-ranked Maryvale Prep (1-2 in pool play) and No. 10 Bel Air (1-2) participated along with Mount de Sales (0-3), South River (2-1), Winters Mill (0-3) and host Westminster (1-2).
This article will be updated throughout the weekend.