Calvert Hall romps over Spalding No. 8 Bel Air blanks visiting Fallston, 21-0


Football roundup

September 12, 1998|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Chad Parsons and Mark Terry ran for two touchdowns apiece as No. 2-ranked Calvert Hall rolled over host Archbishop Spalding, 35-6.

Parsons opened the scoring with a 5-yard run in the first quarter, and a 35-yard pass from Joe Hinz to Jason Forrester made it 14-0.

Jarrod Jones returned a fumble 99 yards for a touchdown to pull Spalding (0-1) within 14-6 at halftime.

FTC But Terry had touchdown runs of 10 and 30 yards in the third quarter, and Parsons went in from 20 yards out in the fourth to help the Cardinals (2-0) pull away.

No. 5 Eastern Tech 14, Woodlawn 13: Ray Jones scored on a 1-yard run and Scott Pearce hit Anthony Lawston with the conversion pass in overtime to give the host Mavericks the win.

No. 8 Bel Air 21, Fallston 0: Justin Amrein rushed for two touchdowns and Kyle George returned an interception 68 yards for another score, as No. 8-ranked Bel Air shut down visiting Harford County opponent Fallston.

Adam Rafalski led all rushers with 125 yards on 11 carries for the Bobcats (2-0).

Bel Air out-gained Fallston (0-2) by 277-118 in total yardage.

No. 12 City 7, Forest Park 0: Senior Kevin Johnson's 2-yard run in the first quarter was enough for the Knights (2-0) to defeat the host Foresters.

No. 13 Aberdeen 7, Joppatowne 0: Tristan Stanley rushed for a game-high 98 yards and scored the only touchdown to lead No. 13 Aberdeen (1-1) over visiting Joppatowne (0-2). Stanley scored on a 7-yard run late in the first half, and Matt Bundy added the extra point.

No. 15 McDonogh 24, St. Paul's 16: Quarterback Matt Primm scored the game-winning touchdown on a 7-yard run with six minutes left to lift the Eagles (1-0) over the Crusaders (1-1). Anthony Esposito and T.C. Cosby combined for 26 Eagles tackles.

C. Milton Wright 32, North Harford 0: Jerrance Carter ran for 121 yards on 26 carries and scored on touchdowns runs of 5 yards, 6 yards and 1 yard as the Mustangs overpowered the host Hawks.

Junior Derrick Autry recovered a fumble for a touchdown and returned an interception 51 yards for another score.

Wright held North Harford to a minus-6 yards rushing and 18 passing.

Patterson 29, Edmondson 20: Seniors Brian Hopson, Michael Crawford and Brenden Williams combined for 293 yards rushing and three touchdowns to lead host Patterson (2-0) past Edmondson (0-2).

The Clippers scored 29 straight points after Raywon Leak returned the opening kickoff 88 yards for Edmondson.

Hopson ran for 108 yards on 10 carries, including a 52-yard touchdown run. Crawford rushed five times for 96 yards and Williams 16 for 89.

Broadneck 54, Glen Burnie 6: Martel Threadgill ran for 186 yards on seven carries and scored three touchdowns for the Bruins. Broadneck had 358 yards of total offense.

South Carroll 28, Southern-AA 7: John Luster threw for two touchdowns and ran for another lead visiting South Carroll (2-0).

Pub Date: 9/12/98

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