Overlea football handles Chesa.-B

Morales wins it in OT

No. 4 McDonogh rolls

Fall sports

High Schools

October 11, 2005|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Javiel Morales scored on a 10-yard run in overtime as visiting Overlea escaped with a 30-24 victory over Chesapeake-Baltimore County in football yesterday.

Shawn Wilson returned a fumble 85 yards with 1:26 remaining to tie the game and send it into overtime for the host Bayhawks (1-4).

Chesapeake missed all four extra-point attempts, which proved to be the difference in the game. The Falcons' defense had two safeties in the game as they improved to 4-1.

More football

No. 4 McDonogh 35, Archbishop Curley 7 -- Tim Brandau threw two touchdown passes, including one to Randall Norton for 75 yards as the host Eagles (5-1) defeated the Friars (0-5).

No. 7 Milford Mill 19, New Town 10 -- Led by Rashod Underwood's three interceptions, the Millers' defense held off the host Titans (2-3). The Millers (5-0) had four interceptions, three in the end zone, and a fumble recovery on their own 2-yard line to preserve the win.

No. 15 Parkville 44, Dulaney 6 -- Kennard Wellington scored two touchdowns and successfully kicked all four extra-point attempts for the host Knights (5-0).

Towson 41, Patapsco 3 -- David Brown had 160 yards of total offense with three touchdowns as the Generals routed the visiting Patriots (0-5). Towson improved to 2-3.

Pallotti 34, John Carroll 22 -- Trevin Parrish had 118 yards on nine carries for the visiting Panthers. Parrish also had three touchdowns, including an 82-yard kickoff return.

Hereford 20, Western Tech 0 -- John Pugh led the visiting Bulls (4-1) with 16 carries for 93 yards and one touchdown.

Catonsville 28, Dundalk 12 -- Jaren Maybin finished with 37 carries for 275 yards and three touchdowns for the host Comets (4-1). The Owls fell to 2-3.

Golf

District V qualifiers -- Oakland Mills' Donnie Shin and Severna Park's Kelly Lynch captured the individual District V qualifiers for the state tournament. Shin shot a 70 and Lynch had a 79 and also helped lead the Falcons to the team title.

Boys soccer

No. 6 Archbishop Curley 2, No. 12 Dulaney 1 -- B.J. Quigley scored two first-half goals to lift the visiting Friars (9-7-1) over the Lions. Dan LaHatte scored for Dulaney on a penalty kick with 2:14 left.

Field hockey

No. 6 Fallston 3, River Hill 2 -- Caitlin Walker scored the game-winner for the visiting Cougars (7-2).

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