Unbeaten Bel Air rambles on, 34-6 Amrein runs for 163 yards in win at Havre de Grace

Aberdeen rips North East

Football roundup

October 03, 1998|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Justin Amrein rushed 10 times for 163 yards and two touchdowns in leading No. 4-ranked Bel Air to a 34-6 win last night over host Havre de Grace.

Amrein scored both his touchdowns in the first half as the Bobcats, who pushed their record to 5-0, took a 27-0 lead.

Kyle George, Adam Rafalski and Jimmy Brown each had touchdown runs of 10 yards and Bel Air rolled up 430 total yards.

No. 10 Aberdeen 26, North East 6: Junior Chuck Faison threw for two touchdowns and ran for another, and Tristan Stanley rushed times for 112 yards and a touchdown to lead the host Eagles (4-1) over North East.

Stanley opened the scoring with a 48-yard run in the first quarter, and Faison helped the Eagles take a 13-0 halftime lead with a 61-yard scoring pass to Connell Lee. Faison hit Stephon Watson with a 14-yard score in the third quarter to make it 19-0, then finished the scoring with a 22-yard run in the fourth.

Faison completed 5 of 10 passes for 122 yards and ran six times for 83 yards.

No. 13 Patterson 41, Southwestern 6: Senior Michael Crawford scored four touchdowns -- three off runs and another on a 72-yard punt return -- to lead the Clippers (5-0) over the Sabres (0-4).

Crawford, who rushed eight times for 183 yards, scored on runs from scrimmage of 46, 62 and 39 yards. The Clippers led at halftime, 27-6.

Defensively, Crawford had eight tackles and an interception, and Tyrell Ray registered 12 tackles and four sacks. The Clippers out-gained the Sabres, 402-101.

No. 14 Hereford 49, Pikesville 6: Reggie Cavender rushed for three touchdowns and Matt Curtis ran for one and had a game-high 111 yards on four carries to lead the Bulls (5-0) to a rout of the visiting Panthers (3-2).

Cavender had 82 yards on five carries and scored on runs of 1, 10 and 27 yards in the first half as the Bulls rolled to six touchdowns in their first eight possessions and a 42-0 lead at intermission.

Edgewood 8, C. Milton Wright 6: David Burman batted away a two-point conversion attempt by the Mustangs (4-1) with 55 seconds remaining to preserve the win for the host Rams (4-1).

Edgewood took an 8-0 lead on a 4-yard pass from Malik Alston to Shannon Maynard with 10 minutes left in the game, completing a 70-yard drive. Burman caught the conversion pass.

The Mustangs scored when they recovered their own fumble in the end zone, but Burman knocked away the conversion try.

Pub Date: 10/03/98

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