Weekend Watch

September 26, 1991|By Sam Davis and Mike Farabaugh



No. 13 Chesapeake-BC (3-0) at Pikesville (2-1) Time: Tomorrow, 3:30 p.m.

Outlook: So far this season Chesapeake has been the area's most dominant team. The Bayhawks lead the area in scoring, averaging 39 points a game, and rank No. 3 in defense, giving up an average of four points. They also lead Baltimore County's 2A-1A division with a 2-0 league mark, while Pikesville is 1-1. A trio of running backs leads the Chesapeake offense, each with more than 200 yards: Gee Bullock (234, three touchdowns), Lamar King (225, three TDs) and Keith Brown (204, one TD). Quarterback Jermaine Johnson has passed for 232 yards and five TDs. Pikesville QB Jay Glickson has completed 32 of 53 for 373 yards and three TDs and also has scored three TDs.

Mervo (1-1) at Northwestern (1-0) Time: Tomorrow, 3:30 p.m.

Outlook: Both teams opened league play in the Maryland Scholastic Association B Conference last week with narrow victories. Mervo edged Carver 6-0 and Northwestern upset Dunbar 10-8. Mervo is supposed to be a favorite in the B Conference after a strong summer turnout, but the Mustangs lost their opener to Milford Mill and struggled to get past Carver. The Mustangs' defense has been their strength, ranking 11th in the area (8.0 points allowed). Kevin Ruff ran for 153 yards and a

TD last week to lead Northwestern past Dunbar.

No. 8 Patterson (2-0) at Dunbar (0-1) Time: Tomorrow, 3:30 p.m.

Outlook: During the last three years Lake Clifton (now in the A Conference) was the only B Conference team to win as many games as Dunbar (27), but the Poets may struggle this season. They are rebuilding and last week Northwestern stunned the Poets in their opener, 10-8. Patterson is the B Conference favorite. The Clippers rank fifth in the area in scoring (30.5). QB Buddy Edmond has completed 21 of 38 for 396 yards and three TDs. RB William Rosenberger has run for 201 yards and three TDs.

Perry Hall (1-2) at No. 2 Randallstown (3-0) Time: Tomorrow, 3:30 p.m.

Outlook: They've just about forgotten about Larry Washington at Randallstown, where this year's team is off to a solid start. The Rams (2-0 in Baltimore County's 4A-3A Division) have won 16 straight, which ties Wilde Lake for the area's longest current win streak. Dante Boyd has replaced Washington (now at Maryland) as the Rams' top RB. He has rushed for 442 yards and four TDs. Haryn Singleton has added 254 yards and four TDs rushing. The defense is the area's sixth best, allowing just 5.6 points a game. Don't count out Perry Hall (1-1 in the division). The Gators' overall record can be deceiving. They lost by just nine points to No. 4 Calvert Hall and last week they ripped Lansdowne, 46-0.

Severn (2-2) at Southwestern (2-0) Time: Tomorrow, 3:30 p.m.

Outlook: Both teams are 1-0 in the MSA C Conference. Second-year coach Fred Kaiss has Southwestern looking like a serious contender after turning around the Sabers program last season. The Sabers edged Walbrook 21-20 in their opener, then notched their first league win over Boys' Latin, 20-0, last week. After a season-opening 29-14 loss to Bishop Walsh, Severn beat Model, 28-6, lost to Southern-AA, 27-23, then crushed Spalding, 46-14, last week in its league opener. QB Brad Fowler has thrown for 466 yards and seven TDs and RB Jason Wade has 427 yards and six TDs.

Havre de Grace (2-1) at No. 5 C.M. Wright (3-0) Time: Tomorrow, 7 p.m.

Outlook: Is Havre de Grace back? After making appearances in the state championship games five times between 1981-88, Havre de Grace managed just two wins in 19 games the last two seasons. The Warriors (1-0 in Harford County) opened with a 28-7 loss to Perryville but have beaten North Harford, 21-8, and Poolesville, 27-14. C.M. Wright (2-0 in the county) ranks No. 2 in the area in scoring (38.2) and is tied for 11th in defense (8.0). QB Jeff Hawk has passed for 340 yards and four TDs. Chris Gill has

rushed for 297 yards and three TDs.

No. 17 Woodlawn (3-0) at Franklin (2-1) Time: Saturday, noon.

Outlook: Once a Baltimore County power, Woodlawn already has matched last season's victory total. The Warriors rank among the area's top 20 in scoring (23.3) and top 10 in defense (7.0). Woodlawn is 2-0 in Baltimore County's 4A-3A Division and Franklin is 0-1. Franklin lost to Randallstown, 28-0, two weeks ago but rebounded to crush Sparrows Point, 52-0, last week. QB Kevin Anderson has passed for 228 yards and one TD and RB Kyle Sanders has rushed for 168 yards and two TDs to lead an offense that ranks among the area's top 20 (25.0).

No. 15 Gibbons (1-1) at No. 4 Calvert Hall (2-0) Time: Saturday, 1 p.m.

Outlook: Gibbons pulled off a huge upset last week, downing then No. 1 Poly, 9-6. Eugene Marshall rushed for 114 yards in that game and has 374 yards and three TDs in two games. LB/OL Chris Abel and RB/DB Damon Fleary are solid two-way players for Gibbons. Calvert Hall had last week off. After two games the Cardinals rank fourth in the area in scoring (33.0) and 17th in defense (10.0).

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