Owings Mills surprises Overlea, 28-22

FOOTBALL ROUNDUP

October 01, 1994|By From Staff Reports

Paul Krome threw two touchdowns, including a 57-yarder to Jay Cook with 2 minutes, eight seconds left, and had a key interception as Owings Mills (1-3) surprised visiting Overlea (2-2), 28-22, yesterday.

The win, Owings Mills' first ever over Overlea, snapped the Falcons' 47-game Baltimore County win streak. Overlea's last county loss came in 1988, when the Falcons lost to Franklin in a Baltimore County 3A league game.

Krome finished with 121 yards passing.

Northern 20, Northwestern 12

Kalish Hicks threw for 112 yards, leading visiting Northern (3-1) over Northwestern (0-4).

The Vikings' defense forced four straight turnovers in the second half. Karroll Wooley made the big play in the second half for Northern, recovering a blocked punt by Mike Wilson for a touchdown. Wilson finished with five tackles and two quarterback sacks.

Patterson 39, Southwestern 0

Ryan Lewis ran for three touchdowns and 155 yards on just six carries as top-ranked Patterson (4-0) defeated host Southwestern for its fourth consecutive shutout.

Willie McGirt completed eight of 11 passes for 194 yards and two touchdowns.

Dunbar 52, Douglass 0

Reggie Boyce (120 yards rushing), Gary Smith and Ali Culpepper each scored two touchdowns leading No. 2 Dunbar (3-0) past visiting Douglass (0-4).

Poly 30, Carver 0

Randy Beaman had 110 yards rushing and scored three touchdowns, leading No. 5 Poly (3-1) past visiting Carver (1-3).

City 38, Walbrook 12

Damian Beane rushed 15 times for 162 yards and three touchdowns to lead No. 7 City (4-0) past host Walbrook (1-3).

Southern-B 32, Mervo 20

Andre Scott ran for 127 yards and three touchdowns to lead Southern-Baltimore (1-3) to a comeback victory over host Mervo (0-4).

Scott scored two touchdowns as the Bulldogs scored the final 26 points to come back from a 20-6 deficit.

Spalding 47, Carver A&T 0

Joey Petrocelli scored two touchdowns, leading Spalding (2-3) past visiting Carver A&T.

Northeast 27, Dulaney 0

Ronnie Katzenberger rushed for 186 yards and scored three touchdowns, leading Northeast (2-2) past visiting Dulaney (2-2).

Annapolis 6, Old Mill 3

TeShawn Cooper scored the only touchdown of the game with six seconds remaining in the opening half as No. 11 Annapolis (3-1) held off visiting Old Mill (1-3). Tim McGurk hit a 40-yard field goal for Old Mill's only score.

Einstein 14, South River 12

David Price scored on a 16-yard run with 7:27 remaining in the game, lifting visiting Einstein of Montgomery County (3-1) past South River (1-3).

South River led at halftime, 12-8, behind two touchdowns by Russell Tongue, who rushed for 188 yards.

Edgewood 40, North Harford 7

Dwayne Whyte ran for two touchdowns and passed for two more, leading visiting Edgewood (2-2) past North Harford (0-4).

Whyte rushed for 180 yards, scoring both in the first half as the Rams built a 26-0 halftime lead. Both of Whyte's touchdown passes were to Willie Passe, covering 40 and 10 yards. Carlos Putney rushed for 101 yards for Edgewood.

Severna Park 36, Meade 8

Mark Frye rushed for three touchdowns and caught another to lead visiting Severna Park (3-1) past Meade (0-4). Frye had 213 yards total offense to lead Severna Park, which had 385 yards total offense.

C.M. Wright 41, H. de Grace 12

Pete Fountain scored two touchdowns and Rich Juergensen rushed for 134 yards leading visiting C. Milton Wright (3-1) past Havre de Grace (3-1). The Mustangs totaled 344 yards rushing.

St. Mary's 21, Westlake 7

Jason Lilly rushed for 108 yards on 17 carries and scored two touchdowns as No. 9 St. Mary's (4-0) defeated host Westlake (3-1) of Charles County.

Fallston 21, J. Carroll 20 (OT)

Matt Sutphin's 4-yard touchdown run and Craig Strobel's extra point in overtime lifted host Fallston over John Carroll.

Eastern Tech 21, Kenwood 12

Gene Leonzio rushed for 133 yards, leading Eastern Tech (2-2) past host Kenwood (0-4).

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