Woodlawn overcomes Dulaney

September 25, 1994|By Kevin Eck | Kevin Eck,Contributing Writer

For three quarters yesterday, Woodlawn and Dulaney battled to a scoreless stalemate.

But it only took a few seconds for Woodlawn quarterback Keion Carpenter to turn a busted play into a touchdown early in the fourth quarter, and the host Warriors went on to post a 14-6 win over the Lions in Baltimore County 3A-4A League action.

On first down at the Lions' 16-yard-line, Carpenter was forced to scramble after his intended receiver broke the wrong way.

Carpenter was nearly thrown for a loss, but he escaped from thgrasp of Dulaney's Dan Mullen and ran 16 yards for the touchdown.

Anthony Reid's run for the two-point conversion gave the Warriors an 8-0 lead with 10:32 remaining.

"A lot of times you can make a big play out of a broken play because you can catch people out of position," Woodlawn coach Brian Scriven said. "He got around the corner and it was all Keion Carpenter."

Carpenter (9-for-17, 152 yards passing) helped Woodlawn extend its lead to 14-0 on a 26-yard touchdown pass to Carlton Wheeler with 3:17 left.

The key play in the drive was a 49-yard run by Albert Boyd.

Dulaney (2-1, 1-1), which had not penetrated past the Woodlawn 22 until that point, responded with an eight-play, 91-yard drive that culminated in an 8-yard touchdown pass from Andy Carroll to Tom Bell (23 carries for 101 yards rushing) with 1:16 remaining.

Dulaney's run for the two-point conversion failed, as did its attempt to retrieve an onsides kick. The Warriors then ran out the clock.

The Warriors (2-1, 1-0) had some success on offense before Carpenter's touchdown, but they were hurt by turnovers.

Dulaney junior Brian D'Anna intercepted two passes inside the Lions' 30 and recovered a fumble.

Despite the loss, Dulaney first-year coach Jeff Mann was impressed by his team's effort against a bigger Woodlawn team.

"Our goal every game is to gain respect from our opponent," said Mann, who took over a team that was 1-9 last season.

McDonogh 34, Episcopal (Va.) 0

Dwayne Stukes scored four touchdowns, including a 73-yard interception return and a 77-yard punt return, leading visiting

and No. 3 McDonogh (2-1) past Episcopal (Va.).

Franklin 25, Catonsville 22

Tyrone McCray scored two touchdowns as visiting Franklin (3-0) held off Catonsville (1-2).

Curley 38, Model School 18

Donald Campbell ran for 146 yards and scored twice, leading host Curley (3-0) past Model School (0-4) of Frederick.

Overlea 40, Lansdowne 0

Corey Laws scored two touchdowns and Malcolm Pulliam ran for a touchdown and passed for another, leading host Overlea (2-1) over Lansdowne (0-3).

Chesapeake-BC 32, L. Raven 7

Junior fullback Stephen Kelley rushed for 243 yards and two touchdowns to lead host Chesapeake-BC (1-2) over Loch Raven (0-3).

Randallstown 50, Parkville 0

Angelo Todd and T.J. Williamson each scored two touchdowns, leading host Randallstown (2-1) over Parkville (0-3).

St. Paul's 22, Milford Mill 14

Chris Kakel's 19-yard touchdown reception helped St. Paul's (3-0) rally from a 14-0 deficit to defeat host Milford Mill (1-2).

Towson 30, Pikesville 6

Brad Eastham ran for 109 yards and a touchdown and Pete Klein ran for 101 yards and a touchdown, helping Towson (1-2) past Pikesville (0-3).

Loyola 20, St. John's (D.C.) 15

Scott Brown rushed for 181 yards, scoring on a 1-yard run midway through the fourth quarter, lifting host Loyola (1-1) over St. John's.

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