No. 3 Patterson rolls over Southwestern, 35-0 No. 6 St. Paul's improves to 9-0 mark with 53-0 rout

November 04, 1995|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Senior running back Dwayne Simmons rushed for 117 yards and three touchdowns as No. 3 Patterson shut out host Southwestern, 35-0, to win its fourth straight 4A city championship.

Quarterback Carnest Peele threw for 176 yards and a touchdown and ran in another score for the Clippers (9-0).

* St. Paul's 53, Curley 0: Chris Berrier ran for 154 yards and four touchdowns on just seven carries as No. 6 St. Paul's (9-0) topped visiting Curley. It was the fourth shutout of the season for the Crusaders, who totaled 333 yards rushing.

St. Paul's plays Boys' Latin on Friday for the MIAA B Conference title.

* Bel Air 27, North Harford 13: Mike Wood rushed 18 times for 223 yards, including three touchdowns and a two-point conversion, as visiting Bel Air (4-5) defeated North Harford.

* Brunswick 12, Francis Scott Key 6: Ryan Haller completed a 12-yard touchdown pass to Aaron Nelson to lift visiting Frederick County's Brunswick (7-2) over Francis Scott Key (4-5) in overtime.

* Chesapeake-AA 41, Glen Burnie 0: Chad Duncan's 93-yard run in the first quarter got Chesapeake-AA (3-6) rolling, and three touchdown runs by Kevin Necessary kept the team going over visiting Glen Burnie (4-5). Quarterback Ryan Moore and Mike Stevens connected for two touchdowns and a pair of two-point conversions for the Cougars. Moore finished 7-for-8 for 126 yards, and Allan Straud had nine tackles and a fumble recovery.

* Colonel Richardson 16, Western Tech 12: Two safeties were the difference as Western Tech (2-7) fell to visiting Colonel Richardson (6-3). Dave Ridenour rushed for two scores for Colonel Richardson. For Western Tech, Marcus Lynch rushed eight times for 147 yards, including an 80-yard score.

* Edmondson 30, Carver 14: Corey Brown scored two touchdowns in the first quarter to lift Edmondson (3-5-1) over visiting Carver (4-5).

* Hickey 18, Lansdowne 6: Halfback Tyrell Henderson caught two touchdown passes from Pete Ekani as Hickey (6-1) beat host Lansdowne (3-6).

* John Carroll 21, Gibbons 0: The visiting Patriots (4-3) got all the scoring they needed on an 85-yard kickoff return from Scooter Monroe, to open the game, on their way to an MIAA B Conference win. Kris Nesbitt led the John Carroll defense with 10 tackles, one sack, one interception and two fumble recoveries.

* Kenwood 47, Parkville 0: Fullback Steve Kelly scored seven touchdowns, rushing for 227 yards on 21 carries, as Kenwood won its fifth consecutive game after opening the season with four defeats. Parkville dropped to 1-8.

* Northwestern 22, Southern-BC 18: Earnest McKenzie rushed for 155 yards on 20 carries, including two touchdowns as visiting Northwestern (1-6) defeated Southern-BC. Offensive guard Richard Sherrill scored a touchdown and scored two two-point conversions.

* Patapsco 28, Hereford 27: Todd Johnston scored an 8-yard touchdown run late in the third quarter followed by a two-point conversion as visiting Patapsco (6-3) edged Hereford (5-4).

* Severna Park 17, Old Mill 8: Darrin McAllister went two-for-two in extra-point conversions and hit a 32-yard field goal as host Severna Park (5-4) defeated Old Mill (2-7). Severna Park's Jahad Morris carried 25 times for 118 yards.

* Spalding 45, Carver A&T 0: Ray D'Ambrosio ran for two scores and passed for another and Brian Judy ran for two touchdowns as visiting Spalding (3-7) downed Carver A&T (0-7).

* Walbrook 22, Douglass 6: Raymond Richardson ran for 87 yards and two touchdowns, and quarterback Greate White rushed for 114 as visiting Walbrook (4-5) coasted over Douglass.

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