Joppatowne improves to 3-1

FOOTBALL ROUNDUP

October 02, 1994|By From Staff Reports

Lamar Williams scored two touchdowns leading visiting Joppatowne (3-1) to a 20-7 victory over Bohemia Manor (1-3) yesterday.

B6 Lewis McKisset had 74 yards rushing on 15 carries.

McDonogh 54, St. Paul's 0

Dwayne Stukes scored the first of his three touchdowns for No. 3 McDonogh (3-1) on a 49-yard run on the game's first play from scrimmage.

On St. Paul's second play, the Crusaders fumbled and Tim Cober recovered for the Eagles. After an incompletion, Sabelhaus threw a 21-yard touchdown pass to Dennis Badham.

The Eagles scored two more touchdowns before the end of th first quarter for a 28-0 lead. McDonogh extended its lead to 40-0 at halftime, accumulating 291 of its 440 yards total offense in the first half.

McDonogh's defense, which registered its second consecutive shutout, limited St. Paul's to 81 total yards.

North County 20, Glen Burnie 14

Earl Sewell threw for 138 yards and Topper Ellis rushed for 90 yards, leading No. 4 North County (3-1) past Glen Burnie (2-2).

Gilman 42, Good Counsel 3

David Biddison ran for two touchdowns and Lorne Smith threw two touchdown passes to James McIntyre as No. 6 Gilman (2-1) defeated Good Counsel (2-3).

Severn 49, Calvert Hall 20

Dannard Melton scored five touchdowns, leading host Severn (3-1) to an upset of No. 12 Calvert Hall (3-1).

Running back John Vereen had 15 carries for 192 yards and one touchdown for the Admirals.

Centennial 33, Mount Hebron 2

Robbie Hauff rushed for 159 yards and scored four touchdowns, leading No. 15 Centennial (4-0) past host Mount Hebron (0-4).

Franklin 14, Milford Mill 8

Curtis Williams scored on a reverse with 2:30 left in the game as visiting Franklin (4-0) defeated Mil

ford Mill (1-3).

Curley 6, West Nottingham 0

Bill Curran ran for a 3-yard touchdown in overtime to lead Curley (4-0) over host West Nottingham.

Chesapeake-BC 42, Pikesville 18

Stephen Kelley ran for two touchdowns and Jermaine Woodhouse threw for two, leading host Chesapeake-BC (2-2) over Pikesville (0-4).

Woodlawn 34, Patapsco 8

Keion Carpenter had 233 yards in total offense, leading Woodlawn (3-1) past host Patapsco (0-4).

Towson 21, Loch Raven 19

Towson (2-2) held off Loch Raven (0-4) as Greg Hall missed a 25-yard field goal with under 10 seconds left.

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