Games To Watch

November 02, 2005

Anne Arundel

Who

St. Vincent Pallotti at Archbishop Spalding

Sport, When

Football, tomorrow, 7 p.m.

Outlook

The host Cavaliers clinched the South Division title in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference with an 8-0 win over St. Mary's on Friday and can set a school record for wins vs. Pallotti. The Cavaliers will play in the inaugural championship game Nov. 11 at Towson University's Johnny Unitas Stadium.

Baltimore City

Who

Carver at Douglass

Sport, When

Football, Friday, 2:30 p.m.

Outlook

Douglass graduate Ben Eaton, Dunbar's football coach, calls this long-standing Division II matchup "the City-Poly game of West Baltimore," and Douglass coach Joe Holland, a City graduate, agrees. The schools play for the Silver Cup. Holland's Ducks are 7-1 overall, 6-0 in the league, and coach Ron Frierson's Bears are 8-0, 6-0.

Baltimore County

Who

No. 7 Dulaney at No. 6 Towson

Sport, When

Volleyball, Today, 6:30 p.m.

Outlook

Two old rivals return to the county title match for the first time since 2002. Before Franklin took last year's crown, the Generals had won three straight. Dulaney won four in a row before that. Liz Bond leads Towson with 3.35 kills per game, and Caryn Just averages 7.28 assists. Marah Schmitz leads Dulaney with 2.6 kills per game and Allison Kilchenstein has 6.8 assists.

Carroll

Who

Winters Mill at Tuscarora

Sport, When

Football, Tomorrow, 7 p.m.

Outlook

Following consecutive victories over Walkersville and Frederick, the Falcons (5-3) can take another big step toward securing their first trip to the Class 2A state playoffs with a win over the Class 3A Titans. Following a 3-0 start, Tuscarora has lost five straight, including lopsided defeats to North Carroll and Westminster.

Harford

Who

North Harford at Bel Air

Sport, When

Football, Friday, 7 p.m.

Outlook

This game could have a big impact on the Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference regular-season division title. North Harford (7-1, 4-0) needs a win to set up a meeting with Edgewood (5-3, 4-0) on Nov. 11 for the division crown. But Bel Air (4-4, 2-2) should test the Hawks' defense.

Howard County

Who

Mount Hebron at No. 9 River Hill

Sport, When

Football, Friday, 7 p.m.

Outlook

After seeing their 18-game regular-season winning streak end with a 15-14 setback at Long Reach Saturday, the Hawks try to rebound against Mount Hebron. The past two meetings between the two teams were decided on late field goals, with River Hill coming away with a 19-17 win last year on its way to an undefeated regular season.

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