Games To Watch

September 28, 2005

Anne Arundel

Who

No. 12 Broadneck (2-1) at No. 3 Old Mill (3-0)

Sport, When

Football, Friday, 7:15 p.m.

Outlook

Ryan Callahan (449 yards, 11 touchdowns) and his fellow seniors on the Patriots have never beaten the Bruins, who have won seven straight (including two in the playoffs) over Old Mill dating to 1999.

Harford

Who

North Harford at Joppatowne

Sport, When

Football, Friday, 7 p.m.

Outlook

This game matches two of the county's top offensive teams. Joppatowne has lost several key skill position players from last year's state finalist team, but the Mariners still have rolled up 121 points in their first three games. North Harford, like Joppatowne, boasts a strong running game.

Baltimore County

Who

No. 7 Milford Mill at Overlea

Sport, Time

Football, Friday, 7 p.m.

Outlook

This Baltimore County 2A-1A League game matches two of the best teams in the county's toughest division. The game could have playoff implications for both teams, as the Falcons and Millers are in the difficult Class 2A North region.

Baltimore City

Who

City College vs. Forest Park at Morgan State University

Sport, Time

Football, Friday, 8 p.m.

Outlook

This Baltimore City League Division I contest matches two of the city's longest-tenured coaches in City's George Petrides and Forest Park's Obie Barnes. It also features two of the city's top offensive threats (City wide receiver Sheldon Bell, Forest Park running back Alan Singletary).

Howard County

Who

No. 8 Mount Hebron at No. 10 Atholton

Sport, Time

Boys soccer, Saturday, 7 p.m.

Outlook

Defending Class 2A state champion Atholton has a huge win this season, its first ever over Class 3A state champ River Hill, 3-2 . Now, the Raiders have their sights on a talented Mount Hebron team led by defender Zach Barnett.

Carroll

Who

No. 6 Century at No. 15 North Carroll

Sport, When

Field hockey, Monday, 3:30 p.m.

Outlook

This is a key matchup in the race for Carroll County and Monocacy Valley Athletic League Chesapeake Conference titles. It also will be a battle between two of the county's top midfielders in Century's Alicia Thompson and North Carroll's Mandy Pickard.

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