Late scores lift Crossland over No. 3 North County

September 18, 1994|By From Staff Reports

TEMPLE HILLS -- Brian Patterson rushed nine times for 50 yards and two fourth-quarter touchdowns to lift host Crossland of Prince George's County over third-ranked North County, 14-9, yesterday.

Robert Peacock led Crossland rushers with 109 yards.

Victor Impallaria's 46-yard field goal opened the scoring and gave North County a 3-0 lead. It closed the scoring late in the fourth when Earl Sewell threw a 60-yard touchdown pass to Maurice Bowie.

Sewell went 11 of 21 for 229 yards and a touchdown. Lou Brown made eight catches for 148 yards.

Crossland totaled 244 offensive yards, 165 rushing and 79 passing. North County totaled 309 offensive yards, 80 rushing and 229 passing. Both teams had 10 first downs.

Linganore 16, Oakland Mills 13

Linganore's Justin Brown kicked three field goals, including a 36-yard game-winner with 6:10 left to play, to lift the visiting Lancers (1-1) of Frederick County past No. 15 Oakland Mills (1-1). His other field goals were from 26 and 40 yards.

Oakland Mills made four turnovers -- three fumbles and an interception. The pick-off led to a 40-yard field goal with eight seconds left in the first half that put Linganore ahead 13-6.

Oakland Mills' game-opening 74-yard touchdown drive was highlighted by a 28-yard pass play from Irving Conwell to Sam Smith, and ended with a 15-yard scoring pass to Smith.

And Jake Daft's 87-yard touchdown run in the third quarter was memorable. Daft, who ran only four times for 99 yards, broke three tackles on the touchdown sweep. Heburst into daylight after lowering his shoulder and knocking down Linganore's safety. Daft also recovered a Linganore fumble.

And the Scorpions twice intercepted passes on their 3-yard line. Smith and Fardan Carter made the pick-offs.

McDonogh 35, Pallotti 6

Bobby Sabelhaus connected with Dennis Badham for two touchdown passes to lead No. 5 McDonogh (1-1) over visiting Pallotti. Dwayne Stukes also ran for two touchdowns.

Gilman 21, Boys' Latin 9

Senior running back R.C. Kaufman compiled 144 yards and one touchdown on 30 carries to lift No. 6 Gilman (1-1) over host Boys' Latin.

Perry Hall 10, Parkville 8

Jason Bloom kicked a 18-yard field goal with five seconds to play to give Perry Hall (1-1) a victory over host Parkville (0-2). Perry Hall recovered a fumble at its own 45 with 2:40 to play to set up the winning drive.

Catonsville 36, Loch Raven 16

Visiting Catonsville (1-1) rushed for 350 yards in its victory over Loch Raven (0-2).

Steve Phipps rushed for two touchdowns and two two-point conversion runs. Nick Wilkins had 10 carries for 98 yards and one touchdown.

Dulaney 39, Dundalk 22

Ben Cirka rushed for two first-half scores and Dulaney (2-0) held off a late rally to defeat visiting Dundalk (1-1).

Jermaine Williams scored on runs of 32, 41, and 38 yards, all in the second half, to lead Dundalk. Dulaney held the Owls to 155 yards in total offense.

Overlea 38, Towson 8

Andy Laws opened with a 30-yard interception return and scored three conversions to pace visiting Overlea (1-1) past Towson (0-2). Michael Forney had 11 carries for 109 yards and scored one touchdown.

Gonzaga 24, Loyola 14

Brian Murray passed for 126 yards and two touchdowns as Gonzaga (2-0) defeated visiting Loyola (0-1). Scott Brown led Loyola with 163 yards rushing on 19 carries.

Atholton 32, Liberty 28

Atholton senior running back Ricky Trott rushed for 196 yards and two touchdowns to power the host Raiders (2-0) past Liberty (1-1).

Trott led a ground attack that churned up 351 rushing yards and much of the clock.

Atholton needed a big game from its backfield to offset Liberty sophomore quarterback Ryan Pagels' four-touchdown passes for 169 yards, with two scoring strikes coming late in the fourth quarter.

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