Mack leads Severn over Curley, 54-0While most of Severn's...

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October 18, 1992

Mack leads Severn over Curley, 54-0

While most of Severn's football players were thinking about having big performances against Archbishop Curley for homecoming yesterday, tailback Jamand Mack had something else in mind -- redemption.

Mack wanted to show that he has fully recovered from a broken leg suffered against Curley last season. And he put on a show.

The 6-foot, 175-pound senior rushed for three touchdowns and 150 yards on nine carries, leading the Admirals (7-0, 4-0) to a 54-0 romp over Curley (0-5, 0-4) in a Maryland Scholastic Association C Conference game.

"All I thought about this week was how they messed up my leg," said Mack, who has 1,036 yards rushing this season on 113 attempts. "I had something personal. I wanted to show that I was back."

St. Paul's 35, Spalding 0

Joe Unitas had two defensive touchdowns, as St. Paul's (6-0, 4-0) maintained first place in the MSA C Conference with its victory over visiting Archbishop Spalding (1-5, 0-4).

Unitas, a senior defensive end, opened the scoring with a 26-yard interception return in the first quarter. Later in the quarter, he returned a Spalding fumble 36 yards, extending the Crusaders' lead to 14-0.

McDonogh 22, Calvert Hall 21

Rob Allen's 26-yard field goal with 58 seconds remaining gave host McDonogh (4-3, 3-3) a come-from-behind victory over Calvert Hall (2-4, 2-2) in an MSA A Conference game.

Wilde Lake 35, Centennial 0

Mike Green rushed 10 times for 105 yards and Nate Cassella added 86 on 11 carries, as No. 10 Wilde Lake (6-1, 4-0) defeated Centennial (3-4, 2-2) in a Howard County game.

Oakland Mills 12, Atholton 3

Damion Smith rushed for 212 yards and two touchdowns. as host Oakland Mills (2-5, 2-1) defeated Atholton (2-5, 1-2) in a Howard County game. Glenelg (6-1, 4-0) raced to a 28-0 lead and never looked back

in its win over Hammond (4-3, 2-2).

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