Football* 105-pounders -- Andover improved its record to...


November 02, 1993|By John Harris III and Steven Kivinski


* 105-pounders -- Andover improved its record to 3-5 by edging the East Glen Burnie Warriors (1-7), 9-0, on Saturday afternoon.

Jack Hollman scored the game's only touchdown in the first period on a 15-yard run. Quarterback Rick Dixon ran for the extra point to give the visitors a 7-0 lead.

the second quarter, Lee Ashburn's sack in the end zone enabled the Apaches to take a 9-0 lead. Joey Bartlinski, Steve Clark, Charles Gaither, Bryan Boushell, Mike White, Joe Sawicki, Craig Rhodes, Jason Brown and Boe Hann played outstanding on both sides of the ball.

Terrence Dorsey ran for 95 yards on 13 carries, to help lead GORC (8-0) to a 6-0 triumph over Pasadena (7-1).

Dorsey helped to set up the game's lone touchdown in the first quarter with a 25-yard run to the Chargers' 2-yard line. Norris Roy (15 carries, 65 yards) bolted in from 2 yards for what would turn out to be the clinching score. Roy also intercepted a pass on defense, and Justin Golliday and Jake Schram each recovered a fumble.

Golliday also helped offensively by gaining 28 yards on seven carries. GORC offensive linemen Mark Tribett, Matt Tribett, Andre Penny and Henry Hanburger provided steady blocking for the victors. The defensive unit featuring Kris Lundborg, Floyd Minor, Penny, Roy, Golliday, Dorsey, Hanburger, Schram and Jeff Lloyd limited the previously unbeaten Chargers to just 22 yards of total offense.

* 120-pounders -- The Andover Apaches exploded for 23 second- quarter points in their 35-0 win over the East Glen Burnie Warriors (0-7).

The Apaches (7-0) opened the scoring with a 34-yard touchdown run by Keith Eldridge. In the beginning of the second period, Dominic Harris scored on a 7-yard scamper. Otis James ran in the extra point for a 13-0 lead. Eldridge then scored his second touchdown of the game on a 35-yard run. James scored his second extra point to give Andover a 20-0 advantage. Jason King sacked East Glen Burnie's quarterback in the end zone for a safety after Eldridge's score, then James scored his eighth point of the game on a 2-yard plunge. Dennis Emge passed to Billy Whitecotton for the conversion. James keyed the drive with a 45-yard run just before his touchdown.

Mike Parks scored the Apache's final touchdown on a 3-yard dive. Running backs Jeff Trevillian, Theo Bowie and Matt Stoffel made key runs during the drive.

The Andover coaching staff cited Bryan Goodwin, Santo Bowie, Henry Hutton, Andy Eser, T. J. Drury, Donte Lamb, Toney Twitty, Mark Gillespie, Jason Santostefano and Justin Nash for strong efforts in a cold and muddy game.

* 90-pounders -- Andover (8-0) had five runners score in their 34-0 victory over the East Glen Burnie Warriors (1-7).

Jimmy Richardson began the scoring with a 30-yard burst in the first quarter. Eric Pinkney ran in the extra point. In the second quarter, Pinkney scored from 15 yards. Cedric Murphy scored the conversion to give the Apaches a two-touchdown lead.

Justin Malone scored the next touchdown on a 32-yard run. Murphy again provided the extra point. Corey Bowie and Donald Jacobs added the fourth and fifth touchdowns on 3-yard runs, and Justin Rose converted the extra point after Bowie score on a quarterback keeper.

The defense was led by Tommy Gauss (two fumble recoveries and three sacks). Other defensive standouts were Matt Blick, Rick Mason, Kevin Mitchell, Matt Norwood, Gil Cavey, Craig Ford, Michael Haynie, Louis Anuszewski and Bobby Snyder.

Josh Banks scored two touchdowns to help spark the Pasadena Chargers (6-2) to a 19-6 win over the GORC Wildcats on Saturday. He put his team up in the second quarter with a 1-yard run. T. C. Henson added the extra point. He then helped to clinch the victory in the fourth quarter by returning a fumble on a bad snap for a 57-yard score.

Colin Morse scored the lone touchdown for the Wildcats (5-3) on a 1-yard run in the second quarter. Morse completed two passes in seven attempts for 63 yards; two of his incompletions were interceptions.

Keontae Ballard (69 yards on five carries) caught a pass for 59 yards, and Mike Gregory (nine carries for 45 yards) caught the other for a 4-yard gain. Floyd Henson tacked on 23 yards rushing on five attempts. Mike Hines was GORC's outstanding offensive lineman, and standout defensive linemen included Matt Coulter and Jerome Coates.

* 75-pounders -- The Buccaneers raised their record to 7-1 with a 24-0 victory over the Severn Savages. Eddie Dolch opened the scoring on a 3-yard touchdown run, and Dolch made it 12-0 when he scored from 4 yards in the second quarter. Dolch finished with 125 yards on 12 carries.

Britt Mitchell, who rushed 10 times for 107 yards, opened the second-half scoring with a 25-yard touchdown run.

Drew Ward closed out the scoring in the fourth quarter on a 3-yard run up the middle. Ward picked up 15 yards on three carries, and teammate Silas Arce had three carries for 22 yards.

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