Weekend high school sports roundup — Sept. 15-17

Here is your recap of the weekend high school sports action in Baltimore

Published on: September 17, 2022 3:36 AM EDT|Updated on: September 20, 2022 1:38 PM EDT

Football

THURSDAY

NO. 1 ST. FRANCES 34, VENICE (FL) 17

St. Frances’ national road show continued with a visit to South Florida to battle one of the Sunshine state’s best and the Panthers continued to roll with a 34-17 victory. St. Frances rushed for 432 yards, including 119 by Durell Robinson. Dejuan Williams also had a big night for St. Frances, rushing for two scores, including an 80-yard burst in the second quarter that pushed the Panthers in front for good.

CHESAPEAKE-BALTIMORE COUNTY 14, WESTERN TECH 6

FRIDAY

NO. 2 CALVERT HALL 21, MOUNT ZION 6

Senior quarterback Noah Brannock threw for two scores and Dawon Dorsey added a touchdown run as Calvert Hall (2-2) rebounded from two straight losses.

Brannock, who’s committed to William & Mary found Kaden Barmer in the end zone for an eight-yard score in the second quarter. Later, Brannock slipped out of a sack before uncorking a pass to the end zone where senior Donovan Lewis caught in the corner for a 33-yard touchdown, extending the Cardinals’ lead to 14-6.

In the third, Dorsey, a senior, ran nine yards for Calvert Hall’s final score. The defending MIAA A champs begin their defense Friday afternoon against fourth-ranked Archbishop Spalding.

GOOD COUNSEL 52, NO. 3 MOUNT ST. JOSEPH 14

The Gaels had a long evening in Montgomery County as Good Counsel, ranked No. 2 in State Football Media Poll, rolled to an easy victory.

Dilin Jones and Peyton Nelson combined for 251 yards and four touchdowns for the Falcons (3-1 overall), who scored the first 21 points. Winston Watkins threw two touchdown passes to Peyton Youngbar for Mount St. Joseph (2-2).

The Gaels host No. 8 Loyola Blakefield next Saturday in the MIAA A Conference opener for both.

NO. 4 ARCHBISHOP SPALDING 41, GONZAGA (DC) 21

After beating Gonzaga last year for arguably the program’s biggest victory, the Cavaliers showed it wasn’t a fluke, routing the perennial District region power on its Northwest Washington home turf.

Senior wide receiver Max Moss caught eight passes for 196 yards and four touchdowns for Spalding (3-1), which built a 21-0 halftime lead. The lead grew to 42-7 in the fourth as Moss caught a 76-yard touchdown pass from Malik Washington.

The Cavaliers travel to No. 2 Calvert Hall Friday afternoon for the MIAA A Conference opener for both.

NO. 5 MILFORD MILL 42, OVERLEA 7

After an early scare, Milford Mill quickly corrected course to remain undefeated. Junior quarterback Dashawn Purdie threw for 194 yards and three touchdowns and Sean Williams rushed for 147 yards and three scores.

The Millers (3-0 overall) scored the final 42 after Overlea (0-3) got a 70-yard touchdown run from Michael Taylor. Purdie, a transfer from Mount St. Joseph, threw scores to seniors Daysen Shell and David Diggs and junior Josh Pearson.

Shell (two catches, 60 yards) finished with 244 all-purpose yards. Milford Mill plays at Owings Mills Saturday afternoon.

NO. 6 DUNBAR 54, LAKE CLIFTON 6

Devin Roche scored three touchdowns and Savion Witherspoon threw for two scores as Dunbar (3-0) rolled to its 16th consecutive win, dating back to last season..

Roche, the reigning VSN Offensive Player of the Year and Old Dominion University commit, had two rushing scores and caught a scoring throw from Witherspoon. Witherspoon threw a scoring pass to Tony Hart.

Tristan Kenan had two touchdown runs, and DeShawn Parks added a touchdown run. The Poets host Dunbar (D.C.) for Homecoming Friday evening at Sugar Cain Field.

NO. 7 MERVO 44, FOREST PARK 0

NO. 9 CONCORDIA PREP 43, ST. PAUL’S 18

Senior Josh Derry had an interception return for a touchdown and returned a punt for another score and Jordan Brooks accounted for two scores as Concordia Prep opened defense of its MIAA B Conference championship with a road win at St. Paul’s.

The Crusaders, behind two touchdown throws from Austin Gordon, led 12-8. The Saints (3-1, 1-0 MIAA B)scored the next 35 points, highlighted by Derry, a Monmouth University commit.

His 80-yard punt return score gave Concordia a 28-12 advantage in the third quarter. Early in the fourth, Derry stepped in front of a St. Paul’s pass and ran untouched 23 yards for his second touchdown.

Derry had another interception that led to Miles Anderson’s touchdown, giving Concordia a 43-12 advantage. Gordon finished with three touchdown passes, two to Luke Bair, and Jeremiah Douglass had two interceptions for St. Paul’s (2-2, 0-1).

NO. 10 MCDONOGH - BYE

NO. 11 DUNDALK 27, PERRY HALL 6

NO. 12 GILMAN 20, BOYS’ LATIN 10

Dejuan Lane had a touchdown reception and sophomore Sebastian Chaney added a scoring run as 12th-ranked Gilman rallied past Boys’ Latin in a MIAA intra-divisional game in Roland Park.

Lane, a junior, gave the Greyhounds (3-1) a 14-10 advantage as he caught a 45-yard pass from senior quarterback Matt Parker with 8 minutes, 40 seconds left in the third quarter. Chaney opened the fourth with a 31-yard sprint to the end zone.

Boys’ Latin (2-1) established a 10-0 lead in the opening period on a 29-yard field goal from Matt Meredith and Tyler Owings’ 33-yard touchdown pass from Jackson Field.

Gilman got on the scoreboard late in the first half as a Laker punt went awry. The ball landed into Cam Brown’s hands near the sidelines and he ran untouched 30 yards for the Greyhounds’ first score.

Gilman opens A Conference play next Friday at home against St. Vincent Pallotti. Boys’ Latin opens B play at home against Archbishop Curley next Saturday.

NO. 13 BROADNECK 44, BULLIS 7

The Bruins had their way with the Montgomery County private school for the second straight year as Cam Catterton threw for 280 yards and four touchdowns and Eli Harris caught 10 passes for 108 yards and a touchdown.

Broadneck (2-1 overall) defeated Bullis, 38-7, last year in Potomac. The Bruins host Meade in an Anne Arundel County match next Friday.

NO. 14 ATHOLTON 37, CENTENNIAL 7

Miles Scott accounted for three touchdowns and Dillan Watkins added two rushing scores as Atholton improved to 3-0 in Howard County play.

The defending Howard league tri-champ Raiders did all their damage in the opening half. After a 28-yard run by Scott, Watkins went into the end zone from four yards for Atholton’s first score.

Watkins broke off a 33-yard touchdown run, followed by Scott’s 18-yard strike to Ian Morton. Scott, who connected with Watkins for a 43-yard pass play, ran untouched to the end zone for a two-yards, giving the hosts a 28-0 lead after the opening quarter.

Scott scored his second touchdown, a 11-yard run, extending the lead to 35-0. A fumbled Centennial snap into the end zone resulted in a safety for Atholton.

Centennial (1-2, 1-2 Howard) got its only score on Carter Watson’s 74-yard touchdown catch-and-run pass play from junior quarterback Sam Klein in the third quarter.

ARUNDEL 32, OLD MILL 6

BEL AIR 42, NORTH HARFORD 0

BISHOP O’CONNELL (VA) 16, JOHN CARROLL 13

BOHEMIA MANOR 28, HAVRE DE GRACE 0

CATONSVILLE 41, TOWSON 6

CITY COLLEGE 16, CARVER VO-TECH 6

CLARKSON (CANADA) 10, ST. VINCENT PALLOTTI 0

CROFTON 40, ANNAPOLIS 0

EDGEWOOD 36, C. MILTON WRIGHT 0

ELKTON 22, ABERDEEN 6

FALLSTON 41, PERRYVILLE 11

FRANKLIN 54, DULANEY 18

GLENELG 28, WILDE LAKE 21

HARFORD TECH 14, GREEN STREET ACADEMY 8

HEREFORD 21, OWINGS MILLS 0

HOWARD 7, RESERVOIR 0

JOPPATOWNE 46, NORTH EAST 21

LIBERTY 42, MANCHESTER VALLEY 14

LONG REACH 21, MOUNT HEBRON 0

MEADE 20, CENTURY 8

MOUNT CARMEL 56, BRASHEARS (PA) 0

OAKLAND MILLS 43, HAMMOND 6

PATAPSCO 34, PIKESVILLE 0

PATTERSON MILL 40, RISING SUN 20

POLY 50, EDMONDSON-WESTSIDE 0

REGINALD LEWIS 22, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN 20

RIVER HILL 42, MARRIOTTS RIDGE 0

SEVERN 49, SEED SCHOOL 6

The trio of Nickolas Sotiropoulis, Jacob Todd and Julius Floyd combined to rush for 165 yards and five touchdowns, with Sotiropoulis and Todd getting two scores each, in Severn’s big win over SEED School.

Todd also threw a pair of touchdowns for the Admirals.

SEVERNA PARK 31, NORTH COUNTY 24

SOUTH RIVER 20, GLEN BURNIE 14

SPARROWS POINT 18, EASTERN TECH 6

SOUTH CARROLL 24, WESTMINSTER 21

ST. JOHN’S CATHOLIC PREP 41, CENTRAL MD CHRISTIAN 0

THEODORE ROOSEVELT (D.C.) 30, CHESAPEAKE-AA 16

WINTERS MILL 20, FRANCIS SCOTT KEY 0

SATURDAY

NO. 15 ST. MARY’S 36, NO. 8 LOYOLA BLAKEFIELD 30, OT

NEW TOWN 19, KENWOOD 6

URBANA 35, PARKVILLE 0

BOYS SOCCER

NO. 1 CALVERT HALL 7, APPOQUINIMINK (DE) 1

NO. 2 LOYOLA BLAKEFIELD 2, NO. 7 MCODNOGH 1

NO 3. JOHN CARROLL 4, MOUNT ST. JOSEPH 0

No. 3 John Carroll got great defensive performance from CJ Supan, Eddie Smith, Mathias Mingle, Tyler Mezzadra, and Amit Smtih, as the group held Mount St. Joseph to just two shots on target, in a 4-0 win by the Patriots.

Josh Petty scored twice to lead John Carroll on the offensive end, while CJ Rugel, and Connor Clark netted one goal each.

NO. 13 GILMAN 4, NO. 5 ARCHBISHOP CURLEY 2

LOCH RAVEN 3, MOUNT CARMEL 0

SPARROWS POINT 4, CITY COLLEGE 1

GIRLS SOCCER

NO. 11 HEREFORD 2, MARYVALE PREP 1

GERSTELL 6, ST. VINCENT PALLOTTI 0

HARFORD TECH 1, BOHEMIA MANOR 0

MARRIOTTS RIDGE 4, OAKLAND MILLS 0

MOUNT CARMEL 12, OLDFIELDS 0

MOUNT DE SALES 3, POLY 1

TOWSON 3, PATTERSON MILL 0

SATURDAY

BEL AIR TOURNAMENT

SEMIFINALS

EASTERN TECH 3, BEL AIR 1

C. MILTON WRIGHT 2, NO. 7 PERRY HALL 0

CONSOLATION

BEL AIR 5, NO. 7 PERRY HALL 2

CHAMPIONSHIP

C. MILTON WRIGHT 1, EASTERN TECH 0

FIELD HOCKEY

NO. 2 ARCHBISHOP SPALDING 2, MCDONOGH 0

Avery Ruckman and Laney Donahoe each scored a goal, and second-ranked Archbishop Spalding got assists from Stella Bumgartner and Skylar Gilman to defeat McDonogh, 2-0, in IAAM A Conference action on Friday.

McDonogh goalkeeper Reagan O’Donovan made 16 saves in the loss.

NO. 11 NOTRE DAME PREP 5, MERCY 1

CENTENNIAL 8, WILDE LAKE 0

C. MILTON WRIGHT 1, CENTURY 0

Freshman Morgan Thomas scored the game’s only goal, with an assisted by junior Winslow DiPeso, as the Mustangs of Harford County knocked off the Knights of Carroll County.

PATTERSON MILL 6, EDGEWOOD 0

VOLLEYBALL

NO. 14 FALLSTON 3, PERRYVILLE 0

Fallston shook off a loss in its last outing to get back in the win column with a 25-15, 25-14, 25-10 win over Perryville.

Sam Ruth and Sam Conrad combined for 26 assists, 8 digs and 3 aces in the match. Grace Pfaff dominated the serve receive duties as she finished with 28 digs, while Kyra Douglass had a team-high 11 kills to go with 2 aces and 8 digs.

Ellery Thompson added 8 kills, 4 aces and 3 digs, while Renae Gent had 4 kills and a block.

BEN FRANKLIN 3, CARVER VO-TECH 1

BOHEMIA MANOR 3, PATTERSON MILL 1

CARVER CENTER 3, CHESAPEAKE-BC 0

CATONSVILLE 3 SPARROWS POINT 1

DULANEY 3, FRANKLIN 0

The Lions prevailed in three sets, 25-9, 25-21, 25-19.

EDGEWOOD 3, HAVRE DE GRACE 1

Kayla Glover had 15 digs and CJ Mignini-Beaz added 9 kills and 4 aces to lead Edgewood to a four set victory over Havre de Grace, 25-19, 25-14, 23-25, 25-16.

Sylvia Marin also had a big night with 10 kills and 10 digs, while Bryanna Carter contributed 5 kills and 25 service winners, while McKenzie Badham produced 5 aces and 20 assists.

ELKTON 3, JOPPATOWNE 1

HARFORD TECH 3, NORTH EAST 1

HEREFORD 3, PIKESVILLE 0

KENWOOD 3, OWINGS MILLS 1

MERVO 3, REGINALD LEWIS 1

OVERLEA 3, NEW TOWN 0

POLY 3, EDMONDSON 0

PERRY HALL 3, PARKVILLE 0

RANDALLSTOWN 3, WOODLAWN 1

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