Towson's balance tips scales in upset of Perry Hall, 26-20

Offense, defense shine

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September 18, 2005|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

A balanced effort from both sides of the ball helped the Towson football team earn a 26-20 upset victory over No. 12 Perry Hall yesterday in Towson.

Running back Dave Brown paced the Generals' offense with 82 yards and a touchdown.

The defense kept Towson (1-1) in the game and was led by ends Sam Cox (nine tackles, one sack) and Anthony Hardaway (fumble recovery).

Brett Hayes had a 60-yard interception return that set up a Jason Bradley 6-yard touchdown run in the first quarter.

Matt Fowler led the Gators (1-1) with two touchdown receptions.

No. 10 Milford Mill 33, Chesapeake-B 12: Rashaad Underwood dominated both sides of the ball, scoring two touchdowns for the host Millers.

The 5-foot-10, 185-pound senior made eight tackles, one interception and returned a blocked kick 44 yards for a touchdown. He finished with five carries for 96 yards and a touchdown at running back.

Underwood also converted three of five extra points for the Millers (2-0). The Bayhawks fell to 0-2.

Parkville 38, Woodlawn 6: Russell Winborn had 275 total yards for four touchdowns, including a 75-yard punt return, in the Knights' rout of the visiting Warriors (0-2). Parkville improved to 2-0.

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No. 6 Curley 3, Chestnut Hill (Pa.) 2: D.J. Quigley scored off an assist by Anthony Longo five minutes into the second overtime period to propel the Friars (5-2-1) past the host Blue Devils (4-2) in the championship game of the Reebok Invitational at Chestnut Hill in Pennsylvania.

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