Chesapeake ends skid at 22 games

Bayhawks knock off Sparrows Point, 44-6

Roundup

September 10, 1999|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Chesapeake-BC ended its 22-game losing streak in a dominating way yesterday, handling host Sparrows Point, 44-6, to win for the first time since 1996.

Dante Lee and Davon Telp produced much of the offense for the Bayhawks (1-1). Lee had touchdown runs of 65, 60 and 29 yards, finishing with 153 yards on 10 carries. Telp ran the ball nine times for 133 yards and two scores, and returned an interception 65 yards and a punt 70 yards for two more touchdowns.

No. 3 Wilde Lake 41, Hammond 0: Mario Merrills had 11 carries for 100 yards and three touchdowns to power the Wildecats (2-0) past the visiting Bears (0-2).

No. 4 Milford Mill 36, Perry Hall 6: Senior quarterback Richard Johnson dominated on the ground and in the air to lead the Millers (2-0) in a game that ended at the half due to the poor weather but was declared official. Johnson ran for 165 yards on eight carries, returned a kickoff 91 yards for a score and completed five of eight passes for 88 yards and three touchdowns.

No. 2 Randallstown 26, Dulaney 0: The Rams were driving for a possible score midway through the third quarter when the poor weather halted play. The school's athletic directors will confer today to determine whether the game will resume or Randallstown will be awarded the win.

No. 6 Annapolis 37, Chesapeake-AA 6: Fullback Aaron Copeland ran for 126 yards on 14 carries and the Panthers scored 35 points after the break.

No. 8 Eastern Tech 7, Woodlawn 0 (suspended): The game at Woodlawn was halted with 47 seconds left in the first half due to lightning. The Mavericks faced a fourth-and-goal at the Woodlawn 4 when the game was stopped. No resumption date has been set.

Long Reach 7, River Hill 6 (suspended): Lightning and thunder forced the suspension of the Hawks-Lightning contest. The final 14: 01 of the game will be played at 3: 30 p.m. today at Long Reach.

Postponements: No. 5 Hereford's game against Loch Raven, slated for 4 p.m. at Towson, never got under way. The game is rescheduled for 4 p.m. Monday at Towson.

South River's visit to North Carroll was postponed until 2 p.m. tomorrow.

Boys soccer

No. 7 Chesapeake-AA 2, South River 1: Adrian Titus scored three minutes into the second half to lead the defending Class 4A state champs.

Girls soccer

No. 8 Mount Hebron 2, C. Milton Wright 0: Senior Julie Broden provided a goal and an assist with sophomore Julie Napolitano adding a goal to lead the No. 8 Vikings past the host Mustangs.

Liberty 4, No. 12 Bel Air 0: Sophomore striker Meaghan Voight scored three times to lead the host Lions to an upset win.

Volleyball

No. 6 Francis Scott Key 3, Catoctin 0: The host Eagles improved to 2-0 with a three-game sweep of Catoctin -- 15-2, 15-1, 15-5.

Pub Date: 9/10/99

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