Woodlawn topples No. 9 Dundalk

Edgewood knocks off No. 12 Joppatowne, 20-18

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High Schools

October 26, 2002|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Woodlawn scored 20 points in the second half to overcome a 12-point deficit and beat previously undefeated and No. 9 Dundalk, 20-12, in a Baltimore County 4A-3A league game last night at CCBC-Dundalk.

After the Owls (7-1, 5-1) took the first-half lead on touchdowns by Jared Rose and Reggie Frazier, the Warriors (6-2, 5-1) gained momentum on their way to their fifth straight win.

Junior quarterback Justin Ross scored on a 1-yard touchdown to make it 12-6, and Michael Dobbins tied it later in the third with a 3-yard touchdown run.

Brandon Couser's 2-yard run with 2:38 to play, coupled with Ross' conversion pass to Lewan Leslie, provided the winning margin.

The Owls had two drives stall in the last 1:30 because of fumbles.

"We had something to prove today, and we won this game for the coaches," said Ross.

Edgewood 20, No. 12 Joppatowne 18: Ike Wright scored on a 4-yard touchdown run with 7:35 to play as the host Rams (6-2, 5-1) dropped the Mariners (5-2 overall) in a key Harford County contest.

No. 2 Hereford 51, Overlea 22: Senior Adam Goloboski ran 16 times for 130 yards and three touchdowns and returned an interception for another touchdown to lead the host Bulls (8-0) over the Falcons (5-3).

No. 6 Edmondson 38, Poly 0: Greg Hawkins had scoring runs of 10, 25 and 30 yards and Terrence Arter had an 85-yard kickoff return as the host Red Storm (8-0, 1-0 in the City 2A League) got its fifth shutout of the year, beating the Engineers (5-3, 0-1).

No. 11 City 48, Southern-B 12: Junior quarterback Emmanuel Davis threw two touchdown passes in a 22-point first quarter and ran for another in the third to lead the host Knights (7-1) past the Bulldogs (2-6).

No. 13 Patterson 42, #418 0: Quarterback Raymond Okadigbo threw for 101 yards and added a touchdown on the ground as the host Clippers (6-2) downed #418.

No. 15 Dunbar 40, Douglass 6: Senior quarterback Byron Selby was 13 of 20 for 257 yards and two touchdowns, as the visiting Poets (7-1) rolled.

Linganore 37, Westminster 14: In a key Central Maryland Conference game, the visiting Lancers (6-2, 4-1) held the Owls (5-3, 4-1) to minus-10 yards rushing and got touchdowns from five players.

Jason Stone scored two touchdowns for Westminster, including a 95-yard kickoff return.

Girls tennis

The final round of the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland tennis tournament was suspended yesterday afternoon with most matches still in the first set. Play will resume in all matches but one on Monday at 2:30 p.m. at McDonogh.

The only exception is the A Conference No. 1 singles final between Roland Park freshman Sarah Crowley and Garrison Forrest's Katie Ficken, which will be finished on Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. at McDonogh.

Crowley led Ficken 4-3 when play was stopped. In the No. 2 singles final, Roland Park's Krista Romita and Notre Dame Prep's Anna Marie Kable are tied 4-4. In the B Conference No. 1 singles final, Allie Sitton of Park leads Christina Sajovich of St. Timothy's, 4-3.

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