Third-ranked Loyola blasts No. 13 Curley

Dons roll at home, 42-13

Bel Air girls advance, 3-1

Fall sports

October 31, 2004|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Junior quarterback Joe Lennon led third-ranked Loyola to a 42-13 win over 13th-ranked Archbishop Curley yesterday at Loyola.

Lennon completed 10 of 17 passes for 217 yards, two touchdowns and one interception. He also finished with six carries for 52 yards and one score.

Bobby Lennon caught two passes for 70 yards and a touchdown while John Henry Clayton had 83 yards on two receptions.

Rob Utz anchored the Dons defense with 14 tackles.

The Dons improved to 8-1 overall and are 1-1 in the A Conference of the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association. The Friars, who got a 98-yard kickoff return for a touchdown in the second quarter from Glenn Williams, fell to 6-3 overall but remained 3-0 in the B conference.

Chesapeake-BC 20, Western Tech 13: Linebacker Greg Pryer led the Bayhawks (5-4) past the visiting Wolverines (4-5) with 10 solo tackles, two interceptions and a forced fumble.

Pryer's second interception came on a fourth-down play, and he ran it back 80 yards for a touchdown in the fourth quarter to secure the victory.

Sparrows Point 41, Mount Zion 20: The Pointers (8-1) scored all their points in the first half and finished with 321 total yards to dispose of the visiting Warriors (2-5).

Running back John McDowell compiled 145 yards on 14 carries with four touchdowns in the first half.

Girls soccer

Bel Air 3, Franklin 1: Kim Cudmore, Ashley Bolling and Jonie Snyder scored consecutive goals to help the seventh-seeded Bobcats (10-4-1) advance past the visiting Indians to the Class 3A North regional semifinals.

Tenth-seeded Franklin ended its season 6-7.

Chesapeake-AA 3, Great Mills 0: The host Cougars (9-4-2) dominated the Hornets, scoring three goals on 30 shots to get past Great Mills (1-12) in a Class 4A East regional first-round game.

Amanda Pappas, Amy Mattison and Bethany Titus scored for Chesapeake, which faced just two shots from Great Mills.

The sixth-seeded Cougars play Old Mill on Tuesday in the regional quarterfinals.

Boys soccer

Bel Air 1, Catonsville 1: After two scoreless overtime periods, the visiting Bobcats (5-7-1) advanced to the Class 3A North regional quarterfinals by winning a penalty-kick shootout, 5-4, over the ninth-seeded Comets (6-5-3). Brian Jones scored the game-winner for the eighth-seeded Bobcats.

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