Here is your recap of the weekend high school sports action in Baltimore
NO 4. MOUNT ST. JOSEPH 40, NO. 10 LOYOLA BLAKEFIELD 0
NO. 5 MILFORD MILL 43, OWINGS MILLS 6
ARCHBISHOP CURLEY 42, BOYS’ LATIN 14
BISHOP O’CONNELL (VA) 42, ANNAPOLIS AREA CHRISTIAN 7
DULANEY 34, TOWSON 6
HOWARD 13, LONG REACH 6
LANSDOWNE 20, CHESAPEAKE-BALTIMORE COUNTY 0
NEW TOWN 34, WOODLAWN 20
PARKVILLE 20, CATONSVILLE 6
PATAPSCO 12, LOCH RAVEN 8
NO. 1 ST. FRANCES 26, DUTCH FORK (S.C.) 7
Quarterback Michael Van Buren connected with Kyree Benton for a pair of touchdown passes, Durrell Robinson rushed for a 37-yard score and Brian Simms III returned a fumble recovery 60-yards for a touchdown as top-ranked St. Frances improved to 4-0 with a 26-7 rout of previously undefeated South Carolina power Dutch Fork, Friday night in South Carolina.
NO. 2 ARCHBISHOP SPALDING 42, NO. 3 CALVERT HALL 7
NO. 6 DUNBAR 28, DUNBAR (D.C.) 12
Senior running back Tristan Kenan scored three touchdowns and Devin Roche threw for a score as Dunbar (4-0 overall) won its Homecoming game. Devin Page had a touchdown reception for the Poets, who won their 17th straight decision dating back to last season.
Dunbar will play No. 7 Mervo, Thursday evening at Morgan State University in a matchup of defending state champions. Mervo, the Class 4A/3A champ, improved to 3-0 with a 53-6 victory over Patterson Friday.
The Poets, who won the 2A/1A crown last year, defeated Mervo in overtime, 48-46, at Poly last season.
NO. 7 MERVO 53, PATTERSON 6
Junior quarterback Raymond Moore threw for two scores as Mervo won its Baltimore City Division I opener and cleared its hurdle to a showdown with Dunbar. Moore connected with Tysean Cox for a 35-yard touchdown, and Malik Woodrum from 25 yards.
Woodrum also threw a 25-yard touchdown pass to Justin Devaughn. Bobby Johnson, Travis Rudd and Octavian Applewhite each added a rushing score for the defending Class 4A/3A state champion Mustangs (3-0, 1-0 Division I), who’ve won 14 straight dating back to last season.
Their last loss came against Dunbar, which rallied late in regulation before taking a 48-46 overtime victory at Poly last September.
NO. 8 CONCORDIA PREP 35, MOUNT ZION PREP 6
Concordia shook off a sluggish start to pull away from Mount Zion of Prince George’s County for its fourth consecutive victory. Keshawn Mister threw three touchdown passes and Darian Hill contributed two scoring catches.
The Saints (4-1) fumbled a punt catch and Mount Zion’s JaShon McIntyre returned the fumble 46 yards for a 6-0 advantage. Hill caught a 13-yard scoring throw from senior quarterback Jordan Brooks and Mister connected with junior Jaylin Harcum for a 16-yard touchdown, giving Concordia a 13-6 lead at halftime.
The Saints’ defense opened the second half with a turnover on downs. Hill grabbed a short throw from Mister, slipped out of a tackle, and sprinted to the end zone for a 49-yard touchdown. Jaedon Alston’s conversion run made it 21-6 with 3 minutes, 20 seconds remaining in the third quarter.
On the opening play of the fourth, Gross hauled in a Mister pass and went 32 yards for a touchdown. Josh Derry intercepted a pass at Mount Zion Prep’s 35-yard line. A few plays later, Derry caught a 13-yard touchdown pass from Brooks, extending the Saints’ lead to 35-6 with 8:52 left in regulation.
Justin Harvey had an interception for the Saints, who will host Curley in a MIAA B Conference Friday afternoon.
NO. 9 ST. MARY’S 28, JOHN CARROLL 13
St. Mary’s continues to thrive behind senior quarterback Carson Petitbon, who rushed for 136 yards and a pair of touchdowns as the Saints (4-0, 1-0) won their MIAA B Conference opener.
ARCHBISHOP CARROLL (D.C.) 14, NO. 11 MCDONOGH 7
The Eagles were unable to hold onto a second half lead, losing for a third straight decision. McDonogh (1-3) scored on the first play of the second quarter as Palazzo threw a 17-yard touchdown pass to Jackson Exinor.
The lead held up until late in the third quarter as Carroll (3-2) quarterback Ty’sean Helm scored from a yard out, followed by Niles Johnson’s conversion run to give the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference school an 8-7 advantage. Johnson broke free for a 41-yard touchdown run, extending Carroll’s lead.
McDonogh reached Carroll’s 15-yard line in the waning seconds. On the final play, Palazzo’s pass into the end zone fell incomplete.
McDonogh, which reached the MIAA A Conference final last fall, starts league play at No. 10 Loyola Friday afternoon.
WESTMINSTER 17, NO. 12 DUNDALK 12
Junior quarterback Kyrece Walker threw for two touchdowns and the Owls’ defense made a stand in the final seconds as Westminster (3-1) rebounded from last week’s home loss to rival South Carroll with an upset victory.
Dundalk was at Westminster’s six-yard line with 1.5 seconds left in regulation, but the Owls’ defense forced Dundalk quarterback Ja Bonner out of the pocket. His hurried throw to the end zone fell incomplete.
Dundalk (3-1), winners of 12 straight regular season decisions, got out to a 6-0 lead on Bonner’s 55-yard pass to Joey Kazprzak. The host Owls ran off 17 straight points - Walker’s touchdown throws to Mason Fisher (28 yards), Clayton Dorsey (27) and Owen Harris’ 25-yard field goal - for a 17-6 advantage before Dundalk climbed to within a score as Bonner threw a 15-yard score to Kasprzak.
Dundalk got the ball back at its 25 with about 1:30 left in regulation. Bonner’s 50-yard completion got the visitors to Westminster’s 10, but the Baltimore County school wasn’t able to find the end zone.
Dundalk plays at Towson in Baltimore County action next Saturday. Westminster visits Manchester Valley in a Carroll County Athletic League match Friday evening.
ST. VINCENT PALLOTTI 30, NO. 13 GILMAN 14
After going winless in its first season in MIAA A Conference play, Pallotti rallied for its first league victory in the 2022 league opener. Manny Montout, Zayveon Prince and Nate Stewart had fourth quarter touchdowns for the Panthers (2-2, 1-0 MIAA A).
Pallotti went ahead for good as Montout scored on a one-yard plunge into the end zone with 6 minutes, 36 seconds remaining in regulation. Troy Burcker recovered a Gilman (3-2, 0-1 MIAA A) fumble, and Prince ran 14 yards for a touchdown, extending Pallotti’s lead to 24-14.
Nate Stewart, who’s committed to Temple University, caught a four-yard pass from Ahmir Lowery. The Panthers got out to a 12-0 first half lead on a pair of Aiden Garrett’s touchdown runs, but Gilman responded.
A bad punt snap went into the end zone where Nick Gladis fell on the ball for the Greyhounds’ first score before halftime. On the opening drive of the second half, Matt Parker threw a 35-yard pass to Cam Costes, giving Gilman a 14-12 advantage.
The Greyhounds host fourth-ranked Mount St. Joseph Friday while Pallotti takes on No. 2 Spalding at Fairland Regional Park in Laurel.
NO. 14 BROADNECK 38, MEADE 6
Cam Catterton threw for three touchdowns and Ian Mauldin ran for two scores as Broadneck won its third straight. Catteron connected with receiver Eli Harris on scoring throws of 28 and 30 yards, and threw a four-yard score to Machi Evans.
Mauldin had scoring runs of three and seven yards, helping the defending Anne Arundel County champ Bruins (3-1, 2-0 Anne Arundel) to a 17-0 lead in the third. Brian Jamison’s 12-yard touchdown pass to Tyrique Jones was the only score for Meade (2-2, 0-2 Anne Arundel).
NO. 15 ATHOLTON 16, OAKLAND MILLS 6
ARUNDEL 37, GLEN BURNIE 8
BEL AIR 48, C. MILTON WRIGHT 0
BOHEMIA MANOR 24, NORTH EAST 0
CHESAPEAKE-AA 34, SEVERNA PARK 21
CITY COLLEGE 38, LAKE CLIFTON 16
DOUGLASS 36, REGINALD LEWIS 0
EASTERN TECH 26, WESTERN TECH 6
EDGEWOOD 34, HARFORD TECH 0
EDMONDSON 28, CARVER VO-TECH 6
ELKTON 24, NORTH HARFORD 3
FRANKLIN 21, PERRY HALL 14
GLENELG 31, CENTENNIAL 7
HEREFORD 41, KENWOOD 8
JOPPATOWNE 50, HAVRE DE GRACE 0
LIBERTY 35, FRANCIS SCOTT KEY 7
MARET (D.C.) 40, SEVERN 7
MOUNT CARMEL 16, RIVERDALE BAPTIST 14
NORTH COUNTY 43, DIGITAL HARBOR 0
NORTHEAST 20, ABERDEEN 0
OLD MILL 64, ANNAPOLIS 14
OVERLEA 6, RANDALLSTOWN 0
PATTERSON MILL 27, FALLSTON 3
POLY 8, FOREST PARK 2
RESERVOIR 26, MARRIOTTS RIDGE 7
RISING SUN 40, PERRYVILLE 21
RIVER HILL 41, MOUNT HEBRON 6
SOUTHERN 54, RICHARD WRIGHT CHARTER (D.C.) 0
SOUTH RIVER 14, CROFTON 7
SPARROWS POINT 12, PIKESVILLE 7
WILDE LAKE 35, HAMMOND 0
WINTERS MILL 15, CENTURY 14
WESTMINSTER 1, CENTURY 1, 2OT
NO. 1 CALVERT HALL 4, NO. 3 ARCHBISHOP CURLEY 1
NO 2. JOHN CARROLL 3, NO. 13 GILMAN 0
HAVRE DE GRACE 11, JOPPATOWNE 0
MOUNT ST. JOSEPH 1, BOYS’ LATIN 0
PARK 1, ANNAPOLIS AREA CHRISTIAN 0
SPARROWS POINT 3, FRANKLIN 2
ST. MARY’S 5, GLENELG COUNTRY 0
MOUNT DE SALES 2, CATONSVILLE 0
NO. 1 ARCHBISHOP SPALDING 4, URBANA 1
BRYN MAWR 3, MARYVALE PREP 2
NORTH HARFORD 4, NORTH EAST 3
PATTERSON MILL 10, ABERDEEN 0
Three players – Juliette Bujak, Jaylyn Mayfield Rice and Hayden Price – scored two goals each as Patterson Mill exploded for 10 goals in a shutout win over Aberdeen.
Maddy Ruby, Ava Wheeler, Kaylyn Pulket and Addison Harmel scored once each. In addition assists were provided by Harmel, Mayfield-Rice, Kelsey Price and Pulket.
ST. VINCENT PALLOTTI 12, OLDFIELDS 0
TUSCARORA 2, LIBERTY 1
MAX FIELD HOCKEY NATIONAL INVITATIONAL
NO. 2 ARCHBISHOP SPALDING 3, HADDONFIELD (NJ) 0
NO. 3 GARRISON FOREST 2, SACRED HEART GREENWHICH (CT) 2, 2OT
NOTRE DAME ACADEMY (PA) 5, NO. 3 GARRISON FOREST 3
NO. 3 GARRISON FOREST 1, STAPLES (CT) 0
NO. 4 GLENELG 4, CENTRAL BUCKS EAST (PA) 0
NORTH HUNTERDON (NJ) 3, NO. 4 GLENELG 1
MAX FIELD HOCKEY NATIONAL INVITATIONAL
NO. 2 ARCHBISHOP SPALDING 3, HADDONFIELD (NJ) 0
NO. 5 SEVERNA PARK 1, NO. 10 BRYN MAWR 0
NO. 6 CROFTON 3, CHESAPEAKE-ANNE ARUNDEL 0
Three first half goals was all that was needed for No. 6 Crofton, Friday, against Anne Arundel county rival Chesapeake. Kylie Corcoran, Charlotte DeForest, Mary-Cate Parks scored the goals.
Corcoran also added an assist and Jackie Kerner also had a helper. In goal, Shelby Brown made eight saves to claim the shutout.
GLEN BURNIE 12, ABERDEEN 1
JOHN CARROLL 4, FALLSTON 1
MARYVALE PREP 1, NORTH HARFORD 0
PATTERSON MILL 7, HAVRE DE GRACE 0
Payton chase and Ava Lopano each scored twice, while Maddie Tunney, Kylee Connors and Ava Ward had one goal each in Patterson Mill’s 7-0 win over Havre de Grace.
ROLAND PARK COUNTRY 2, FRIENDS 0
TOWSON 6, PERRY HALL 1
NO. 9 BEL AIR 3, PATTERSON MILL 2
ABERDEEN 3, NORTH EAST 0
BOHEMIA MANOR 3, FALLSTON 2
C. MILTON WRIGHT 3, NORTH HARFORD 0
The Mustangs, led by Ana Mioduski had 7 kills, 2 aces, and 15 digs claimed a 25-15, 25-12, 25-20 sweep over North Harford.
Olivia Kobb added 3 kills, 7 aces and 8 digs; Jenna Ritz had 3 kills and 14 assists; and Maddie Duffalo had 4 kills, 2 aces, and 8 digs. In addition, Cara Hoover had 6 kills, and 1 ace, Cami Naugle had 4 kills, 1 ace, and 1 block; Emily Balliu had 14 digs; and Olivia Lawrence had 7 digs.
FRANKLIN 3, PIKESVILLE 0
HARFORD TECH 3, JOPPATOWNE 0
HEREFORD 3, DULANEY 1
LANSDOWNE 3, RANDALLSTOWN 2
MILFORD MILL 3, DUNDALK 1
PATAPSCO 3, NEW TOWN 0
PATTERSON 3, REGINALD LEWIS 0
PERRY HALL 3, CATONSVILLE 0
POLY 3, MERVO 0
RISING SUN 3, NORTH EAST 0
TOWSON 3, LOCH RAVEN 0
Top-ranked Arundel took first in its annual event, sweeping River Hill in the final. The Wildcats defeated Anne Arundel County rival Crofton in the semifinals (2-1). River Hill swept St. Mary’s Ryken, 2-0, in the other semifinal.