Glen Burnie upsets Annapolis

FOOTBALL ROUNDUP

October 08, 1994|By From Staff Reports

Jay Sponaugle rushed for 134 yards to help host Glen Burnie (3-2) to a 32-7 upset of No. 10 Annapolis (3-2) last night.

Rocky Newton rushed for 82 yards for the Gophers, who defeated the Panthers for the first time since an 11-0 victory in 1989. Last season, Annapolis routed Glen Burnie, 34-8.

Patterson 34, Northwestern 0

Ryan Lewis rushed for 187 yards and two touchdowns to lead No. 1 Patterson (5-0) over visiting Northwestern (0-5) for its fifth shutout. Willie McGirt completed 8 of 12 passes for 132 yards and two touchdowns, both to Carnest Peele.

Dunbar 48, Southwestern 0

Reggie Boyce rushed 240 yards on nine carries and scored four touchdowns, leading No. 2 Dunbar (4-0) past visiting Southwestern (1-4).

Poly 34, Douglass 0

Randall Beaman ran for two touchdowns and Martin Prosper caught two touchdowns passes, leading No. 5 Poly (4-1) past host Douglass (0-5), which hasn't scored this season.

Carver 13, Southern-B 6

Troy Austin threw a 15-yard touchdown pass to Jason Johnson with 2:19 left, lifting host Carver

over Southern. The scoring play completed a 10-play, 85-yard drive. Austin rushed for 127 yards and one touchdown.

Northern 14, Mervo 6

Robert Dukes rushed for 116 yards, including a 10-yard run in the fourth quarter, lifting host Northern (4-1) past Mervo (0-5).

Lake Clifton 30, Walbrook 12

Louis Fennel completed nine of 12 passes for 150 yards and three touchdowns to lead Lake Clifton (4-1) past host Walbrook (1-4). Kenneth Williams rushed for 125 yards and one touchdown. Eric Foreman had five catches for 105 yards and two touchdowns.

Franklin 39, Loch Raven 6

Kenny Vialva rushed for 123 yards and two touchdowns, leading Franklin (5-0) past Loch Raven (0-5).

Gibbons 20, Boys' Latin 0

Chuck Brown scored two touchdowns to lead host Gibbons (2-2) past Boys' Latin (0-5).

Southern-AA 19, Douglass-PG 6

Ron Holland rushed for 137 yards, leading host Southern-AA (3-2) past Douglass of Prince George's County (1-4).

Perry Hall 28, Patapsco 0

Kamau McCray rushed for 115 yards and one touchdown as Perry Hall (3-2) shut out host Patapsco (1-4).

Hereford 15, Milford Mill 14

Jack Bahen scored on a 25-yard run with five minutes, lifting host Hereford (3-2) over visiting Milford Mill (1-4). Chris Trout's extra-point was the difference.

Bel Air 31, North Harford 13

Tony Del Castro completed 13 of 19 for 221 yards and four touchdowns, leading host Bel Air (4-1) over North Harford (0-5). Mike Deal had seven catches for 161 yards and three touchdowns and Chris Siplin rushed for 100 yards as Bel Air had 420 yards offense.

H. de Grace 28, Edgewood 12

Mike Woods rushed for 181 yards and three touchdowns leading visiting Havre de Grace (4-1) past Edgewood (2-3).

Fallston 21, Joppatowne 14

Matt Suthpin's 5-yard touchdown run with 1:10 remaining in regulation lifted visiting Fallston (3-2) over Joppatowne (3-2).

Severna Park 35, Ches.-AA 0

Mark Frye rushed for 120 yards on 17 carries and scored three touchdowns -- two rushing and one passing -- as Severna Park (4-1) shut out Chesapeake-AA (1-4).

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