Conversion pass sends Edmondson over Potomac Douglass victorious to snap losing skein

Football roundup

September 23, 1995|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Donald Goodman's two-point conversion pass to Charles Wilson in the fourth quarter proved to be the deciding factor as host Edmondson defeated visiting Potomac of Prince George's County, 8-6, yesterday.

The two-point play preceded a 37-yard scoring pass from Goodman to Corey Brown for the game's opening score.

The Braves (2-1), ranked No. 11 in the Washington area, closed to within 8-6 on a 5-yard pass from Joseph Chaney to Larry Smith, but were stopped by the Redskins on a two-point run attempt.

Douglass 6, Southwestern 0: John Robinson threw a 40-yard touchdown pass to Wayne Watts in the second quarter for the game's only score as Douglass (1-2) defeated host Southwestern (0-3), snapping a 11-game losing streak.

It was also the first victory at Douglass for new coach David White, who previously coached at Lake Clifton. Southwestern, which defeated the Ducks for its lone victory last season, have lost 10 consecutive games.

Patterson 14, Lake Clifton 8: Dwayne Simmons scored two touchdowns and rushed for 101 yards as No. 3 Patterson (3-0) defeated visiting Lake Clifton (1-2), extending their regular-season winning streak to 15 games.

Rahim Booth made 13 tackles to lead the Clippers. The Clippers' last regular season loss was to City in October 1993.

Overlea 44, Franklin 8: James Holley rushed for 100 yards on eight carries and scored a touchdown as No. 8 Overlea (3-0) defeated visiting Franklin (0-3). Overlea quarterback Matt Davis completed 6 of 8 passes for 91 yards and a touchdown.

Aberdeen 27, Havre de Grace 14: Dondre Gilliam rushed 13 times for a 104 yards, including two touchdowns as host and No. 9 Aberdeen (2-1) defeated Havre de Grace (0-3).

Keith Marshall had seven carries for 86 yards and a touchdown for Aberdeen.

Northern 22, Northwestern 0: Robert Dukes rushed 12 times for 150 yards and two touchdowns and two two-point conversions as visiting Northern (2-1) shut out Northwestern (0-3).

Dukes scored every point, except for a 55-yard touchdown by Kalish Hicks.

Mervo 30, Walbrook 6: Andrew Scott ran for 139 yards and three touchdowns to lead Mervo (2-1) past host Walbrook (0-3).

The Warriors jumped out to a 6-0 lead, but the Mustangs scored the game's remaining points as Scott scored on runs of 3, 32 and 9 yards.

Northeast 24, Patapsco 8: Rob Evans rushed for 138 yards and two touchdowns, leading host Northeast (1-2) past Patapsco (1-2). Brandon Triplett and Tyrone Eaton each scored a touchdown for Northeast.

Triplett finished with 84 yards on 10 carries and Mike Little had 63 yards rushing.

Bel Air 8, Edgewood 6 OT: Mike Wood's conversion run in overtime lifted host Bel Air (2-1) past Edgewood (1-2). Wood led the Bobcats with 94 rushing yards.

Fallston 6, North Harford 0: Mark Rhoten scored the game's only touchdown on a 2-yard run in the third quarter to lift the visiting Cougars (3-0) over North Harford (0-3).

Matt Sutphin rushed for 73 yards on 14 carries for Fallston.

Old Mill 7, Queen Anne's 3: Chuck Manns rushed for 92 yards and scored the game's only touchdown on a 15-yard run in the third quarter to lead visiting Old Mill (2-1) over Queen Anne's.

Annapolis 41, Southern-B 0: Marty Sellers and Brandt Hager combined for 237 yards and four touchdowns as host Annapolis (2-1) shut out Southern-B (1-2).

Sellers rushed 13 times for 75 yards and two touchdowns and Hager had 15 carries for 162 yards.

Annapolis held Southern to 100 yards, while the Panthers totaled 300 yards, 275 rushing.

Gibbons 8, Curley 6: Mardi Bannerman scored on a 3-yard run as Gibbons (1-1) edged visiting Curley.

North County 14, Chesapeake-AA 13: Marvin Mobley picked up a fumble and returned it seven yards for a touchdown with 2:39 remaining in the game, lifting visiting and No. 12 North County (1--2) past Chesapeake-AA (1-2).

Severna Park 28, Calvert 27, OT: Josh Cornett's extra-point preceeding Rodney Hall's five-yard touchdown run in overtime lifted host Severna Park (2-1) past Calvert.

Calvert (2-1) had taken a 27-21 lead in the overtime period on an one-yard run by Tony Coyne, but the extra-point kick failed. Jihad Morris scored two touchdowns for Severna Park and Greg Korewk ran for a touchdown and threw for another.

Arundel 32, Broadneck 7: Eric Lipton threw for a touchdown and ran for another leading No. 7 Arundel past visiting Broadneck.

John Northsworthy, Joe Parker and Jamie Duffermyer each scored for Arundel, which outgained Broadneck (0-3), 280-88.

Meade 28, Friendly 20: Roman Harrison rushed for 176 yards on 32 carries and two touchdowns, leading Meade (2-1) past Friendly of Prince George's County (1-2). Erin Culpepper finished with 215 yards rushing and two touchdowns in a losing cause for Friendly.

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