Peele connects with Hopps to give Patterson 13-12 win Victory over Walbrook keeps Clippers unbeaten

October 14, 1995|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Carnest Peele threw a 79-yard scoring pass to Dennis Hopps with 4:05 remaining in regulation, lifting No. 3 Patterson (6-0) to a 13-12 victory over host Walbrook yesterday.

Peele, who was 6-for-11 for 111 yards, connected with Hopps on a deep crossing route for the score. Mike Jaski kicked the extra point to extend the Clippers' regular-season winning streak to 18 games, dating back to the 1993 season.

Senior linebacker Rahim Booth led the Clippers' defense with 13 tackles. Walbrook (1-5) has lost four of its games by a combined total of 15 points.

* Lake Clifton 30, Douglass 0: Darnell Pearsall rushed for 183 yards, a touchdown and a two-point conversion to pace host Lake Clifton (4-2) past Douglass (0-6).

It was the first meeting for the Lakers (4-2) against former coach David White, who left Lake Clifton to take over at Douglass (0-6), replacing John Nash. White led the Lakers to the 1990 Maryland Scholastic B Conference championship.

Pearsall, a junior, has rushed for over 100 yards in five consecutive games. Mike Randolph scored two touchdowns for Lake Clifton.

* Mervo 28, Southwestern 0: Andrew Scott rushed for 138 yards and a touchdown, and returned an interception for another score as Mervo (4-2) defeated visiting and winless Southwestern (0-6).

The Sabers have the area's longest losing streak at 13 games.

* C. Milton Wright 47, Joppatowne 6: No. 4 C. Milton Wright (6-0) scored 47 straight points, as Jason Stiles and Todd Behler combined for 245 yards and three touchdowns in its victory over Joppatowne (1-5).

* Carver 20, Broadneck 17: Trailing 17-14 with 2:38 remaining in regulation, Derrell Johnson returned a punt 55 yards, lifting Carver (4-2) over host Broadneck (1-5).

Andre Moore completed 12 of 27 passes for 162 yards and two touchdowns for Carver. Gerry Case scored two touchdowns for Broadneck.

* Overlea 30, Hereford 12: Corey Laws, Leif Barstad, Corey Tilghman and Malcolm Pulliam each scored a touchdown as No. 6 Overlea (6-0) defeated host Hereford (3-3). Lou Thomas and Dan Stewart each had a touchdown for Hereford.

* Meade 20, Annapolis 14: Roman Harrison rushed for 228 yards and scored three touchdowns, leading Meade (5-1) past

Annapolis (3-3). Donnell Foote scored two touchdowns for Annapolis.

The Mustangs, which went 1-9 last season, have won four straight, and remained in a tie for first with Arundel in the Anne Arundel County 4A league.

* Catonsville 42, Chesapeake-BC 0: Ryan Davis and Rhasaan Harcum combined for 274 yards rushing as host Catonsville (4-2) defeated Chesapeake-BC (1-5).

* Fallston 13, Edgewood 0: Matt Sutphin rushed for 120 yards, leading Fallston (5-1) past Edgewood (2-4). Sutphin, a junior, rushed for over 100 yards for the fifth consecutive game.

* North County 25, Severna Park 7: Kiki Ellis had a 92-yard touchdown run as visiting North County (3-3) rushed for over 301 yards in defeating Severna Park (3-3).

* Elkton 25, Southern-AA 12: Visiting Elkton (4-2) totaled 350 yards in defeating Southern-AA (1-5). Bobby Procopio scored two touchdowns for Southern-AA, including an 88-yard scoring run.

* Havre de Grace 30, North Harford 28: Bill Jackson tossed two touchdown passes to J.R. Clark and Jackson also returned an interception for a touchdown as host Havre de Grace (3-3) defeated North Harford (1-5).

North Harford rallied from a 30-16 deficit with two fourth-quarter touchdowns but failed to score the two-point conversion on running plays following both touchdowns.

* Severn 33, Spalding 2: Willis Wu completed nine of 15 passes for 238 yards and three touchdowns and Josh Sims scored three times as visiting Severn (5-1) defeated Spalding (0-5).

Sims caught two of Wu's three scoring passes and returned a punt 35 yards for a touchdown.

* Lansdowne 50, Carver A&T 8: Eamon Givens rushed for 173 yards as Lansdowne (2-4), which ended a 42-game losing streak earlier in the season, won its second game of the season defeating Carver A&T (0-6). Mike Taylor had a safety, two fumble recoveries, two sacks and seven tackles for the Vikings.

* Kenwood 41, South River 34: Steve Kelley scored five touchdowns, including an eight-yard run in overtime, lifting Kenwood (2-4) over host South River (2-4).

How the Top 15 fared

Team (record), This week, Next week

1. Mt. St. Joseph (5-0), at Gilman, today 1, McDonogh

2. Dunbar (5-1), beat Arch. Carroll, 24-12, at Lake Clifton

3. Patterson (5-0), beat Walbrook, 13-12, Northwestern

4. C. M. Wright (5-0), beat at Joppatowne, Havre de Grace

5. Arundel (6-0), beat Glen Burnie, 29-12, Severna Park

6. Overlea (6-0), beat Hereford, 30-12, Catonsville

7. Oakland Mills (3-2), at Wilde Lake, today, 2, Glenelg

8. Aberdeen (5-1), beat Bel Air, 20-14, at North Harford

9. City (3-2), St. Mary's, today, 1:30, Calvert Hall

10. St. Paul's (5-0), at Gibbons, at Severn

Hammond (5-0), Howard, today, 2, Centennial

12. Liberty (5-1), beat Frederick, 43-22, Victor Cullen

Boys' Latin (4-2), lost to Northeast, 26-12, John Carroll

14. Randallstown (4-1), at Dundalk, today, 2, Woodlawn

Dulaney (4-1), at Parkville, today, 2, Kenwood

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