Eastern Tech cruises past Parkville in 50-13 win Lawston, R. Jones score 3 touchdowns each for No. 2 Mustangs

October 18, 1998|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Anthony Lawston and Ray Jones scored three touchdowns apiece to lead second-ranked Eastern Tech (7-0) to an impressive 50-13 victory over host Parkville (4-3).

Jones scored on runs of 10, 24 and 4 yards and Lawston had touchdown catches of 54 and 50 yards from quarterback Scott Pearce and returned an interception 54 yards for a score.

The Mustangs jumped to a 36-6 lead at the half.

Lenny Swiger added a 55-yard interception return in the third quarter for the Mustangs.

No. 4 Bel Air 16, Atlantic Shores 7: Jimmy Brown rushed 10 times for 87 yards and scored the winning touchdown on a 5-yard run in the fourth quarter to lead the visiting Bobcats (7-0) past Atlantic Shores (Va.).

Adam Rafalski threw a 21-yard touchdown pass to Kyle George to open the scoring in the first quarter, but Atlantic Shores (3-5) scored a touchdown in the second to tie the game at the half.

Brown's touchdown broke the tie, and Justin Neubeck put the game away with a 25-yard field goal later in the fourth quarter.

Bel Air out-gained Atlantic Shores, 296-162.

No. 5 Wilde Lake 33, Centennial 15: Jimmie Levins rushed for 143 yards and scored four touchdowns to help the Wildcats come from behind to beat the Eagles in Wilde Lake's homecoming game.

Levins had 18 carries and went over 1,000 yards for the season at 1,005. His four scores raised his touchdown total to 16.

His 20-yard touchdown catch with 1: 27 left in the first half gave the Wildcats (6-1, 6-0 in Howard County) the lead for good.

Danny Bayron gained 135 yards -- 74 on a touchdown run -- on five carries for Wilde Lake.

Matt Deuchler rushed for 101 yards on 26 carries for the Eagles (4-3, 3-3).

No. 6 Milford Mill 28, Woodlawn 0: Richard Johnson scored on a 97-yard punt return and a 25-yard run to lead the host Millers (6-1) over Woodlawn (1-6).

Johnson's punt return helped the Millers to 22 first-quarter points. They held that lead at the half.

He closed the scoring with his touchdown run in the third quarter.

Pub Date: 10/18/98

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