Garvin powers Loyola victory

Calvert Hall shuts out John Carroll at home

Fall sports

September 16, 2007|By From Staff Reports

Terrence Garvin rushed for two touchdowns, from 34 and 3 yards, and Leon Kinnard threw two touchdown passes to power the No. 2 Loyola football team past host Landon, 27-6, yesterday.

Loyola's defense held the Bears (0-2) to six points, a 1-yard touchdown run by Ray Lynn with 6:28 left in the second quarter.

Kinnard completed both touchdown passes in the first half and Garvin scored in the second half for the Dons (3-0).

Loyola will host Fork Union Military Academy on Saturday at noon.

Calvert Hall 28, John Carroll 0 -- The Cardinals (2-1) totaled 367 rushing yards over the visiting Patriots (0-2). P.J. Quarrie amassed 87 yards on 11 carries and two touchdowns. Other rushers for Calvert Hall included Kevin Graves (11 carries, 116 yards) and Dan Zentz (14 carries, 109 yards, one touchdown).

Chesapeake-B 13, Perryville 0 -- Fullback Marcus Jackson rushed for 118 yards on 14 carries to shoulder the load for the Bayhawks (2-0) in a win over the visiting Panthers (0-2). Quarterback Dominique Saunders rushed for 159 yards. Linebacker George Diggs led the defense with 11 tackles and a sack.

Milford Mill 28, Woodlawn 6 -- The host Millers (1-1) took a 21-0 lead after the first quarter in a rout of the Warriors (1-1). Charles Blue had 11 rushes for 86 yards and added 12 tackles as a linebacker.

Randallstown 28, Lansdowne 18 -- Wide receiver Derrick Flickling made six catches for 165 yards and three touchdowns to power the host Rams (2-0) over the Vikings (1-1).

Walbrook 41, Southwestern 0 -- Quarterback Donte Stuckey (10-for-13, 140 yards) led the Warriors to a victory in their first game of the season over the Sabers (0-2).

Boys soccer

No. 2 Archbishop Curley 2, Chestnut Hill (Pa.) 2 -- The Friars (8-0-1) forced overtime and outscored the host Blue Devils (4-1-1) 4-2 on penalty kicks to win the Chestnut Hill Invitational. Curley trailed 2-0 before scoring twice in the last five minutes of regulation. Mikias Teketele scored on a header from 6 -yards out at the 75th minute, and three minutes later Bash Kamara scored on a fast break to knot the score. Friars goalie John Connolly made four saves in regulation and stopped three penalty shots to earn tournament Most Valuable Player honors.

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