Reservoir tops No. 9 Long Reach

City holds off Forest Park comeback bid, 36-20

No. 4 River Hill routs Mount Hebron, 48-0

Fall Sports

September 08, 2007|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Unranked Reservoir used a balanced attack to overwhelm visiting No. 9 Long Reach, 42-14, last night.

Three Reservoir running backs shared in the scoring. Scott Sutton ran for 48 yards and two touchdowns on nine carries, Robert Wile had 54 yards and one touchdown on six carries, and Tyler Howell made 53 yards and two touchdowns on nine carries.

"We used a balanced attack ... we prepared well and executed," said Gators coach Joe Lewis.

Senior quarterback Josh Cohen went 11-for-25 for 186 yards and a touchdown pass for Reservoir.

The Lightning fell behind 28-6 at the half and never recovered.

No. 13 City, 36, Forest Park 20 -- The Knights held off a late comeback by the visiting Foresters to open the season for both teams in Baltimore City play. Stephen Johnson led City's attack with 235 yards rushing on 13 carries with one touchdown. Ricky Rodwell added three touchdowns, one receiving and two rushing for City. Rodwell also had a two-point conversion run for the Knights.

No. 4 River Hill 48, Mount Hebron 0 -- Michael Campanaro scored on touchdown runs of 40, 68 and 87 yards to lead the host Hawks (1-0) over the Vikings (0-1). River Hill scored 41 first-half points.

Atholton 20, Centennial 0 -- Kelechi Odocha rushed for 165 yards and two touchdowns on 17 carries to lead the Raiders (1-0) over the visiting Eagles (0-1).

Catonsville 23, Cardinal Gibbons 7 -- Running back Reno Jiggetts scored three touchdowns in the Comets' victory over the visiting Crusaders (0-2). Jiggetts ran for 110 yards on 29 carries. Dan Vanik, made a 42-yard field goal for Catonsville (1-0).

Wilde Lake 24, Glenelg 7 -- Danny March picked off a pass in the end zone and returned it 106 yards for a score for the host Wildecats in a win over the Gladiators in the season opener.

North County 13, Chesapeake-AA 6 -- Kybory Henderson and Stedman Battay both had strong games for the Knights' defense in a win over the visiting Cougars. Henderson had 11 tackles and one fumble recovery, while Battay recorded three sacks and nine tackles.

Girls soccer

No. 1 Archbishop Spalding 5, Bowie 0 -- The Cavaliers improved to 2-0 with a victory over the Bulldogs (0-2) from Prince George's County in the Pioneer Shootout at Anne Arundel Community College. Christine Nairn scored two goals and Avery Newman had two assists. The Cavaliers scored thei goals in the first half.

Broadneck 0, St. Mary's 0 -- Danielle Estill made 10 stops for the Saints, who played to a tie with the Bulls in the opening game of the Pioneer Shootout.

South River 1, Severn 1 -- Sara Pfundenstein (South River) and Alex Priddy (Severn) each scored a goal in a Pioneer Shootout contest.

Field hockey

No. 3 Fallston 3, Middletown 1 -- Sophomore Caitlyn Dempsey scored two goals and added one assist to lead the Cougars (2-0) over the Knights of Frederick County in the River Hill Tournament.

No. 13 Hereford 2, No. 7 C. Milton Wright 0 -- Lindsay Riordan scored a goal and assisted on another to lead the host Bulls over the Mustangs. Brittany Martin also scored for Hereford (2-0). The Bulls next play Tuesday against Dulaney.

Boys soccer

High Point 4, Northeast 0 -- Despite 14 saves from Glenn Groh, the Eagles (0-3) fell to host High Point of Prince George's County.

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