Hudson throws for 4 TDs, helps West pass East in county all-star game, 39-0

November 24, 1997|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Western Tech's Chris Hudson threw four touchdown passes to lead the West All-Stars to a 39-0 win over the East in the Baltimore County Big 22 Football Classic yesterday at Hereford High.

Hudson completed eight of 11 passes for 183 yards and was named the West's most valuable player. The West's T. J. Stallings, of Randallstown, was the game's leading rusher with 63 yards on 13 carries.

"These guys really blocked for me all day," Hudson said. "I've got to give credit to the rest of the team."

Donte Lambert of Western Tech caught touchdown passes of 32 and 27 yards, respectively, and Milford Mill's David Boyd also had two scores on a 30-yard reception and 35-yard run.

The East's best chance to score came midway through the fourth quarter when it got inside the West's 20-yard line, but Milford Mill's Kenny Pompey intercepted a pass by Parkville's Dave Beatty.

Overlea's Brian Holland was named the East's most valuable player after recording 21 tackles.

Pub Date: 11/24/97

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