Poklemba gets a kick out of McDonogh win 15th-ranked Eagles shut out Curley, 10-0

September 19, 1998|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Senior Cap Poklemba, playing football instead of soccer for the day, kicked a 32-yard field goal in his first high school game, and Matt Primm hit Owen Daly with a 60-yard touchdown pass to lead No. 15-ranked McDonogh (2-0) over Curley, 10-0.

Poklemba's field goal gave the visiting Eagles (2-0) a 3-0 halftime lead and Primm's fourth-quarter touchdown pass sealed the win.

Linganore 39, No. 9 Dunbar 36: Linganore quarterback Todd Stevens ran for one touchdown and threw for two others, including the game-winner of 43 yards to Luke Mitchell with 22 seconds left to defeat the host Poets.

C. Milton Wright 20, Severna Park 7: Jerrance Carter ran for 110 yards and a touchdown as the host Mustangs (3-0) defeated the Falcons (1-2). Wright had three interceptions and held Severna Park to 83 total yards.

Patterson 42, Southern-Baltimore 0: Brenden Williams ran for 108 yards on 10 carries and scored on a 54-yard run as the host Clippers (3-0) blitzed the Bulldogs (0-3). Michael Crawford scored three touchdowns, including a punt return of 67 yards.

South Carroll 32, Rockville 7: John Luster completed 16 of 22 passes for 169 yards and a touchdown to lead the Cavaliers (3-0) to victory. Luster's 4-yard touchdown pass in the opening quarter started South Carroll on the way to 32 straight points.

Perry Hall 40, Kenwood 14: Marquis Dwarte had 221 yards on 17 carries and scored four touchdowns as the Gators (2-1) rolled over the Bluebirds. Dwarte had touchdown runs of 2, 15, 65 and 8 yards.

Hereford 35, Northeast 0: Fullback Ray Causey gained 113 yards on nine carries, and Reg Cavender had seven carries for 104 yards and three touchdowns as the Bulls (3-0) rolled over the Eagles (0-3). Hereford totaled 321 rushing yards and held Northeast to 32 yards of total offense.

Pub Date: 9/19/98

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