Matt Berger completed seven of 13 passes for 173 yards and...

October 15, 1994|By From Staff reports

Matt Berger completed seven of 13 passes for 173 yards and three touchdowns, leading visiting Joppatowne (4-2) over No. 11 Aberdeen (5-1), 30-14, last night.

Alonzo McDowell caught three passes for 103 yards and two touchdowns. Joppatowne had 237 yards total offense. Louis McKissett caught three passes for 60 yards and a touchdown.

St. Paul's 34, Spalding 6

Tucker Radebaugh rushed for 147 yards, scored three touchdowns and threw for another in leading St. Paul's (5-1) past Spalding (1-5), 34-6.

Richard Reid threw two touchdown passes in the second half for the Crusaders. Chris Kakel had two interceptions to lead St. Paul's defense.

Boys' Latin 10, Curley 0

A 3-yard touchdown run by Aaron Vercollone and Jason Quenzer's 22-yard field goal was all that host Boys' Latin (1-5) needed in handing Curley (4-2) its second straight defeat.

City 32, Southern-B 0

Taber Small rushed for 187 yards and scored three touchdowns and Walter Vaughn rushed for two touchdowns, leading No. 7 City (6-0) past host Southern-Baltimore.

Small and Vaughn each scored two touchdowns in the first half as the Knights led 26-0 at halftime. City has won 35 of its last 36 regular-season games.

Patterson 34, Carver 6

The Clippers allowed their first score this season but still won easily as Willie McGirt rushed for 131 yards and Ryan Lewis scored four touchdowns, leading No. 1 Patterson (6-0) past visiting Carver (2-4).

Mervo 36, Douglass 8

Clarence Johnson rushed for 112 yards and scored three touchdowns to lead host Mervo (1-5) to its first victory of the year, defeating winless Douglass (0-6). Mustangs quarterback Antoine Johnson passed for two touchdowns.

The Ducks ended their season-long scoreless streak with a touchdown in the fourth quarter off a fumble recovery.

Forest Park 26, Walbrook 20

Calvin Phurmond scored on a reverse on the second play of overtime to give visiting Forest Park (3-2) a victory over Walbrook (1-5).

The Warriors led 20-6 at halftime. Forest Park's Aaron Thompson (192 yards rushing) rushed for two second-half touchdowns to tie the game at 20.

Edmondson 20, Southwestern 0

David Merritte rushed for 149 yards and two touchdowns as visiting Edmondson (4-2) shut out Southwestern (1-5).

Edmondson out-gained the Sabers, 361-147.

Fallston 21, Northeast 20

Gene Libel ran for two touchdowns and Shawn Skokowski caught a 25-yard touchdown pass from Chuck Shaw as visiting Fallston (4-2) defeated Northeast (2-4).

Franklin 54, Lansdowne 0

Kenny Vialva rushed for 123 yards and scored two touchdowns, leading Franklin (6-0) past host Lansdowne (0-6).

Curtis Williams and Matt Timmons each scored two touchdowns for the Indians, who led 41-0 at halftime.

LaPlata 22, South River 21

Buster Coombs for 104 yards and two touchdowns to lead visiting La Plata (5-1) past South River (2-4). Phil Tayman rushed for 104 yards and threw a touchdown pass for South River.

Old Mill 8, Chesapeake-AA 7


Tim McGurk's 25-yard field goal with 18 seconds remaining in regulation lifted visiting Old Mill (2-4) over Chesapeake-AA (1-5). McGurk also had a 34-yard field goal for the Patriots.

Chesa.-BC 29, Ow. Mills 26

Michael Knox scored two touchdowns to lead Chesapeake-BC (3-2) past host Owings Mills (2-4).


.$Team (record) ,This week ,Next week

1. Patterson (6-0), beat Carver, 34-6, at Lake Clifton

2. Dunbar (5-0), beat Northern, 42-0, at Forest Park

3. McDonogh (4-1), Loyola, today, 1, Calvert Hall

Poly (5-1), beat Lake Clifton, 30-14, Northern

Gilman (3-1), at Calvert Hall, today, 1, at Mt. St. Joe

6. City (6-0), beat Southern-BC, 32-0, Northwestern

7. Howard (4-1), Wilde Lake, today, 1:30, at Mt. Hebron

8. Mt. St. Joe (4-1), St. Mary's, today, 1:30, Gilman

9. St. Mary's (4-1), at Mt. St. Joe, today, 1:30, at Loyola

10. Severn (5-1), beat Gibbons, 30-8, at St. Paul's

11. Aberdeen (5-1), lost to Joppatowne, 30-14, at Fallston

12. C.M. Wright (4-1),beat Edgewood, 35-17, at Bel Air

13. Arundel (5-1), beat Glen Burnie, 35-24, Severna Park

14. Severna Park (4-2), lost to North County, 46-26, Arundel

15. North County (4-2), beat Severna Park, 46-26, at Old Mill


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