Edmondson tops City, wins 20th in 21 games

Fumble, punt returned for TDs in 20-7 victory

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September 16, 2000|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Edmondson's 20-7 win over City yesterday marked the No. 5 Redskins' 20th victory in their last 21 football games.

The Redskins, state Class 2A runners-up a year ago, improved to 2-0 as Anthony Tucker rushed for 90 yards and scored twice - an 11-yard run and a 50-yard fumble return.

Danny Dixon also scored on an 80-yard punt return while Darryl McCray carried 17 time for 156 yards for the Redskins.

Host City (1-1) scored first as Lamar Manigo hit Phillip Harris with a 59-yard touchdown pass, but the Knights quarterback left the game late in the first quarter with a wrist injury and did not return. It was the second straight year that Manigo had to leave the Edmondson game with an injury, the extent of which was unkown last night.

No. 7 Patterson 20, Walbrook 14: Antoine Clayborne ran for 114 yards and two touchdowns on nine carries as No. 7 Patterson slipped past host Walbrook in a Baltimore City contest.

Behind a dominating offensive line anchored by Matthew Williams, Dominique Williams and Eric Mason, the Clippers (2-0) rolled up 271 yards rushing against the Warriors (0-2).

No. 10 Hereford 42, Loch Raven 6: Todd Leitzel rushed for 150 yards and two touchdowns on 10 carries and also had an interception as the Bulls (2-0) rolled past the Raiders (1-1) in a Baltimore County tilt.

Mike Rostek scored the first touchdown and kicked six extra points for Hereford.

The Bulls finished with 302 yards rushing and 51 passing.

Boys soccer

No. 1 McDonogh 1, Penn Charter 0: The Eagles earned their fourth shutout of the season with a victory at the adidas Chestnut Hill Tournament in Pennsylvania.

Kaiser Chowdry scored his ninth goal of the season in the 66th minute when Dan Levin played him through and the All-Metro striker beat the last defender and the keeper.

The Eagles (5-1) advance to today's title game against host Chestnut Hill, a 1-0 winner yesterday over No. 5 Loyola.

No. 3 Archbishop Curley 3, St. Mary's 1: Dale Rothe scored two goals, including the game-winner three minutes into the second half, to help the Friars (3-1-1) defeat the Saints (3-2) last night at the Severna Park Tournament.

Rothe's second-half goal was on a shot from 20 yards out, and was assisted by Mike Angelini. Angelini also set up George Bakoulas on a breakaway goal two minutes later.

No. 15 Severna Park 2, Archbishop Spalding 1: Kevin Camponeschi scored both goals as the Falcons (3-1) advanced to the championship of their tournament.

No. 11 Mt. St. Joseph 3, Eastern Tech 0: Saah Johnson's hat trick paced the Gaels (4-2-1) as the Mavericks (4-1) were dealt their first loss of the season.

After a scoreless first half, Johnson scored five minutes after intermission. He scored again 15 minutes later off a Joe Meyer pass.

Girls soccer

No. 8 Mt. Hebron 1, Westminster 1, 2 OT: Tirza Ridgely's free kick from 35 yards out landed just under the crossbar, helping the Owls tie up the Vikings with 18 minutes left in the game.

Melissa McCarthy had given the Vikings the lead nearly 15 minutes into the second half.

Owls keeper Carrie Serio finished the game with six saves.

Field hockey

River Hill 1, No. 5 Fallston 0: The Hawks (2-2) made their only shot count as Tanya Rutner scored with 2:45 left in the first half to upset the Cougars (2-1).

Rutner scored off a trick play on the Hawks' only penalty corner. Jackie Sass passed the ball out to Nicole Mele, who faked a shot as Rutner closed in behind her to shoot. The defending state Class 2A champs outshot the visiting Hawks, 11-1.

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