Oakland Mill's Carter scores six TDs Scorpions win 6th in row, rout Mount Hebron, 52-0

November 03, 1996|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Fardan Carter rushed 12 times for 223 yards and six touchdowns to lead host Oakland Mills (6-3) in a 52-0 rout of Mount Hebron (3-6).

Carter had touchdown runs of 69, 67, 25, 15, 3 and 1 yard for the Scorpions, who led 38-0 at the half.

T. J. Smith went 4-for-6 in extra-point conversions.

Atholton 21, Howard 7: Atholton quarterback Sean Williams completed three of nine passes for 71 yards and two touchdowns and went 3-for-3 in point-after conversions to power the Raiders (6-3) to their fifth straight victory, over visiting Howard (3-6).

Centennial 13, Glenelg 0: Keith Williams rushed 23 times for 86 yards and two touchdowns and Scott Bross added 101 yards on 22 carries as the Eagles (6-3) romped at home. Glenelg (3-6) was held to 82 yards of offense.

Wilde Lake 53, River Hill 0: Sean Jefferson rushed eight times for 134 yards and three touchdowns, and Dain Lewis added two scores and 124 yards on 10 carries to power the fifth-ranked Wildecats to 9-0 with a road rout. River Hill remained winless at 0-9.

Georgetown Prep 10, Loyola 7: J. R. Purnell's 80-yard touchdown run in the second quarter jump-started the host Little Hoyas of Montgomery County in a victory over No. 9 Loyola (4-3).

Trailing 7-0 with 8: 51 to go in the first half, the 5-foot-9, 195-pound Purnell (127 yards) broke up the middle on first-and-10 at his own 20 and blew by the Dons' defense for a touchdown. Justin Hawkins' kick tied the game with 8: 36 left in the half.

Luke Joyce's 31-yard field goal with 11: 08 to play provided the winning points for Georgetown Prep, ranked No. 20 by The Washington Post.

Purnell's score came just 14 seconds after Tim Nicholas' 1-yard run had capped an 88-yard, 14-play scoring drive by Loyola, which had 230 yards offense.

Pub Date: 11/03/96

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