No. 1 Patterson romps, led by Lewis, McGirt, 48-0

FOOTBALL ROUNDUP

November 05, 1994|By From Staff Reports

Ryan Lewis (10 carries, 115 yards) scored three times and Willie McGirt scored twice as top-ranked Patterson rolled to a 48-0 win over host Forest Park (4-4) yesterday.

The Clippers (9-0) led 28-0 at halftime as Lewis, had scoring runs of 63 and 15 yards. He also picked off a pass and returned it 35 yards for another touchdown.

N. Carroll 20, Bethesda-CC 19

Mike Green rushed for 113 yards and scored the winning touchdown as North Carroll (1-8) defeated Bethesda-Chevy Chase (2-6) in overtime, ending a 28-game losing streak.

Dunbar 30, Mervo 0

Reggie Boyce rushed for 110 yards on 13 carries and scored--three touchdowns to lead No. 2 Dunbar (8-0) past visiting Mervo (2-7).

North County 14, Meade 7

Earl Sewell threw two touchdown passes and a two-point conversion as visiting and No. 10 North County (7-2) defeated Meade (1-8). Adam Butz had 16 carries for 140 yards for Meade.

Severn 43, Curley 0

John Vereen ran for 256 yards and four touchdowns on 14 carries and intercepted a pass to lift No. 11 Severn (8-1) by visiting Curley (5-4).

Aberdeen 35, North Harford 12

Dondre Gilliam rushed for 240 yards and three touchdowns to lead host and No. 13 Aberdeen (8-1) past North Harford (1-8).

Severna Park 37, Old Mill 15

Mark Frye ran for 132 yards and one touchdown to lead No. 14 Severna Park (7-2) over host Old Mill (2-7).

Hereford 14, Owings Mills 8

Hereford (5-4) got a 5-yard touchdown run from Danny Stewart with six minutes to play and then forced a turnover to preserve a victory over visiting Owings Mills (2-7). The victory clinched the Bulls' first winning season since 1976. Running back Roy Collins led Hereford with 17 carries for 154 yards.

Lake Clifton 22, Northern 6

Darnell Pearsall gained 107 yards on seven carries and scored two touchdowns to lead host Lake Clifton (6-3) past Northern (5-4). Running back Kenneth Williams added 170 yards on 27 carries.

Franklin 42, Pikesville 6

Chris Demetrakis threw two touchdown passes to lead the Indians (9-0) over Pikesville (1-8).

Catonsville 50, Lansdowne 14

Rhassan Harcumn ran for 262 yards and one touchdown as

Catonsville (5-3) topped host Lansdowne (0-9).

Boys' Latin 21, St. Paul's 0

Aaron Vercollone rushed for 57 yards and three touchdowns to lead host Boys' Latin (3-6) over St. Paul's (6-3) in an MIAA B Conference game.

Glen Burnie 29, Ches.-AA 18

Jay Sponaugle and Rocky Newton rushed for two touchdowns to lead host Glen Burnie (5-4) over Chesapeake-AA (2-7). Sponaugle rushed for 81 yards and Newton 108.

Broadneck 28, Southern-AA 20

Backup quarterback Jason Smith led a fourth-quarter rally of 161 yards of offense as visiting Broadneck (6-2) beat Southern-AA (5-4).

Fallston 20, Havre de Grace 16

Chuck Shaw threw a 45-yard scoring pass to Matt Sutphin with no time remaining as host Fallston (5-4) defeated Havre de

Grace (6-3).

Carver 40, Douglass 0

Quarterback James Rooths scored six touchdowns and rushed for 300 yards on 17 carries to help Carver (3-6) top visiting Douglass (0-8).

Walbrook 7, Southwestern 0

Norris Johnson rushed for a 24-yard touchdown in the second quarter to help host Warriors (3-6) defeat Southwestern (1-8).

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