Burford lifts Atholton past Glenelg

October 30, 1994|By From Staff Reports

Jamie Burford threw three touchdown passes to lead visiting Atholton (5-3) past Glenelg, 41-20, yesterday.

Sean Lookingbill threw three touchdowns for Glenelg (2-6).

Oakland Mills 47, Mt. Hebron 0

Jake Daft rushed for 115 yards and two touchdowns, leading Oakland Mills (6-2) past Mount Hebron (0-8).

Lang Wethington, Antiwan Jones, Denny Cole, Sekou Walker and Sam Smith each scored a touchdown.

Poly 26, Salesianum (Del.) 14

Randy Beaman ran for 154 yards and three touchdowns to move No. 3 Poly over visiting Salesianum School (Del.).

The Engineers (7-1) now take the lead in the closely contested rivalry, 13-12-7.

Mt. St. Joseph 47, Calvert Hall 6

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

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.

Franklin 41, Towson 6

Sophomore Kenny Vialva scored four touchdowns and 178 yards on 16 carries as visiting Franklin (8-0) defeated Towson (5-3). The Indians compiled 400 yards total offense, 264 of them on the ground.

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.

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