Bel Air rips John Carroll in football, 33-3

Fall sports

High schools

September 11, 2005|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Quarterback John Donnelly, a senior making his first start, passed for one touchdown and ran for two as Bel Air trounced host John Carroll, 33-3, in a non-league football matchup of neighborhood rivals yesterday.

The Bobcats' Kevin Fisher had a big-play day to remember, too, scoring two touchdowns against the Patriots (0-2) - one on a 73-yard pass play, the other a 6-yard run. He also had an 88-yard kickoff return and 42-yard catch that helped set up touchdowns.

"He's a great playmaker, and we love getting the ball to him," Donnelly said.

Wilde Lake 48, Centennial 6: The visiting Wildecats' Jarad Flagg rushed for 114 yards and three touchdowns in both teams' opener.

Eagles receiver Riley Fritts was flown by helicopter to the Maryland Shock Trauma Center after a hard, third-quarter tackle. He was treated and released.

Girls soccer

No. 8 Glenelg 1, No. 1 John Carroll 0: The Gladiators (3-0) won the North Carroll Tournament, upsetting the Patriots (1-2) in the opener on Diana Appel's goal with 12 minutes left and then blanking Old Mill, 5-0.

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