Perry Hall rolls to 9-0

Fall sports

November 05, 2005|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Junior quarterback Jason Mattison threw for 300 yards and a touchdown and ran for two more as 14th-ranked Perry Hall improved 9-0, cruising past host Dundalk, 56-7, yesterday in football.

Perry Hall will wrap up the regular season next week at home against Kenwood, and try to go undefeated for the first time since 1989.

No. 1 Gilman 14, Landon 0 -- Sean Price had 26 carries for 155 years and a touchdown, and the visiting Greyhounds (8-0) did not allow the Bears (6-2) into the red zone.

No. 5 Patterson 14, Walbrook 0 -- Junior Anton Wade had 18 carries for 152 yards for the visiting Clippers (8-1). He has rushed for 100 yards in each of his eight games this season. Stanley Epps tied the school's career sack record of 22, which had been held by ex-NFL player Anthony Jones.

Lake Clifton 32, Southwestern 12 -- Cameron Gray scored three touchdowns and had 125 yards rushing and 73 yards receiving as the visiting Lakers (5-4) cruised by the Sabers (0-8).

Overlea 39, Owings Mills 0 -- The Eagles (0-9) forfeited the game after two quarters of play, due to injuries and lack of dressed players. Meanwhile, Gene Knight, Javiel Morales, and Raynard Horne combined for 223 yards on the ground and six touchdowns for the visiting Falcons (7-2). Overlea will wrap up the regular season against Loch Raven (7-2), with the winner advancing to the Class 2A playoffs.

Boys volleyball

Loyola 3, Gilman 2 -- Brett Keller had 29 kills and three blocks, and Warren Hill had 51 assists to lead the Dons (15-2) to their second straight Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association championship.

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