No. 14 Aberdeen rolls to 7-1 with 28-6 win over Parkville

October 30, 1994|By From Staff Reports

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

It was the Eagles' third-best point production of the season.

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

These raised his season touchdown total to 10 and enabled him to take over the Harford County scoring lead with 60 points.

Paul Gasdia, the county's top kicker, converted after each touchdown and now has 22 extra points and three field goals.

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.

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 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.

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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