Turner lifts Joppatowne over Carroll

September 25, 1994|By From Staff Reports

Andre Turner scored three touchdowns, including one on a 50-yard punt return, to lead visiting Joppatowne (2-1) past 1-2 John Carroll, 27-13, yesterday.

Turner also scored on runs of 6 and 13 yards in the second half. Lewis McKisset scored on a 6-yard run for Joppatowne.

McDonogh 34, Episcopal (Va.) 0

Dwayne Stukes scored four touchdowns, including on 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). The Comets drove to the 1-yard line in the final four minutes, but fumbled.

McCray finished with 81 yards on 16 carries. Edwin Aponte caught a 62-yard pass from Chris Demetrakis.

Nick Wilkens had 100 yards and two touchdowns on 18 carries for Catonsville.

Woodlawn 14, Dulaney 6

Keion Carpenter ran for a touchdown and passed for another to lead host Woodlawn (2-1, 1-0) over Dulaney (2-1, 1-1) in a Baltimore County 3A-4A League game. Carpenter's 16-yard touchdown run with 10:32 remaining in the fourth quarter broke a scoreless tie.

Curley 38, Model School 18

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

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).

Laws returned the game's opening kickoff 82 yards and later scored on a 1-yard run.

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 had touchdown runs of 61 and 50 yards and T.J. Williamson scored two touchdowns, leading host Randallstown (2-1) over Parkville (0-3).

Williamson threw a pair of two-point conversions, ran a punt back 78 yards for another score and scored on a 15-yard run in the first quarter and a 78-yard punt return in the third quarter.

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).

Centennial 55, North Carroll 13

Robbie Hauff rushed for 211 yards and scored six touchdowns, leading Centennial past visiting North Carroll (0-3).

Hauff opened the scoring with a 59-yard touchdown run, then later in the quarter returned an interception 41 yards for another score.

Southern-AA 13, W. Lake 7, OT

Adam Booth threw a 10-yard toss to Chris Worrall on the first play of overtime, lifting Southern-AA to an overtime victory over Wilde Lake at Howard High School.

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 of Washington.

Springbrook 16, Sev. Park 13

Springbrook (3-0) broke open a close game to defeat visiting Severna Park (2-1). Running back Cliff Botchway scored on a 46-yard run.

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