Mt. St. Joe runs over Calvert Hall

October 30, 1994|By From Staff Reports

Archie Wannamaker rushed for 201 yards and three touchdowns as visiting No. 8 Mount St. Joseph (7-1) routed 2-5 Calvert Hall, 47-6, yesterday.

Jevon Norris rushed for 171 yards for the Gaels, who built a 28-0 halftime lead.

Lucas Phillips completed 10 of 18 passes for 287 yards and one touchdown for the Gaels.

Aberdeen 28, Parkville 6

No. 14 Aberdeen (7-1) scored once in each quarter and defeated homestanding Parkville (2-6), 28-6.

Dondre Gilliam collected two touchdowns for the Eagles, opening the scoring with an 11-yard run, and later reeling off a 54-yard --.

Mark Stevens got the Eagles' second score on a 20-yard pass from Terrance Washington, and they wrapped it up on a 1-yard off-tackle dive by Keith Marshall.

Shawn Mathews accounted for Parkville's touchdown on a 9-yard third-quarter run.

Randallstown 34, Dulaney 6

T.J. Williamson threw for three touchdowns as Randallstown (6-2) defeated Dulaney (3-4). The Rams, 6-0 in the Baltimore County 4A-3A League, need a victory over Eastern Tech Friday

to clinch at least a tie for first.

Overlea 38, Pikesville 0

James Forney rushed for 96 yards and two touchdowns, leading Overlea (5-2) past visiting Pikesville (1-7). Eric Langley returned an interception 103 yards for the Falcons' final touchdown.

Perry Hall 14, Eastern Tech 3

Kevin Znamorowski threw for 135 yards and two touchdowns as visiting Perry Hall (5-3) got past Eastern Tech (2-6).

A5 Craig Biggers ran for 100 yards for Eastern Tech.

Woodlawn 20, Dundalk 14

Keion Carpenter threw a touchdown pass to Mark Diggs with four minutes to play to give visiting Woodlawn (6-2) a win over Dundalk (3-5).

Russell Robertson gave Dundalk a 14-0 first-quarter lead but Woodlawn came back to tie the game at halftime.

Kenwood 21, Patapsco 0

Greg Maddox rushed for two touchdowns as visiting Kenwood (3-5) defeated Patapsco (2-6).

Milford Mill 40, Lansdowne 0

Kevin Woods scored three touchdowns and James Dixon scored twice as host Milford Mill (3-5) defeated Lansdowne (0-8).

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