Tavon Henley ran for 104 yards and two touchdowns to help No. 15 Joppatowne shut out Havre de Grace, 20-0, last night.
Henley had touchdown runs of 1 and 6 yards for Joppatowne (2-0), which scored one touchdown apiece in the second, third and fourth quarters at Havre de Grace (1-1).
Joel Scott got the other Mariners touchdown on a 15-yard run. Epe Henriques added 54 yards and a two-point conversion as Joppatowne got its third victory over the Warriors in the past two seasons. The Mariners beat them in the regular season and the playoffs last fall.
Joppatowne ran for 304 yards on 42 carries on the rainy night. The Mariners also kept Hakeem Hines under control after he earned The Sun's Player of the Week award last week.
The Mariners stopped Hines on the play that turned the game around. Joppatowne held an 8-0 lead in the final moments of the first half and nailed Hines on a fourth-and-goal play from the 4-yard line.
The Mariners then scored in the third quarter for a 14-0 lead and took command.
NO. 2 RIVER HILL 54, OAKLAND MILLS 8: : Michael Campanaro did it all for the Hawks (2-0), returning two punts for touchdowns and rushing for five more touchdowns in their victory over the visiting Scorpions (0-2). The senior finished with 141 yards on eight carries, and his seven touchdowns broke his record of five set last season.
NO. 5 HEREFORD 23, CATONSVILLE 0:: The Bulls bounced back from their season-opening loss to Frederick Douglass of Prince Georges County last week, led by Nick DePaola's 21 carries for 155 yards and his 29-yard touchdown catch. Quarterback David Wood, who threw for two touchdowns, connected with Harold Williams for a 63-yard touchdown pass early in the game, and the Bulls (1-1) led 16-0 at the half against the Comets (1-1).
NO. 11 BROADNECK 17, ANNAPOLIS 14:: The Panthers (1-1) pulled within three points with three minutes left on Craig Wilson's second touchdown pass of the game, but the Bruins (1-1) were able to run out the clock to secure the win.
NO. 13 WILDE LAKE 63, HAMMOND 8:: The Wildecats (2-0) rolled up 366 yards of total offense as they overwhelmed the visiting Bears (0-2). Senior tailback Mike Fields led the way with 65 rushing yards on three carries, scoring on two of them. Jarrel Epps added a pair of touchdowns and finished with 30 yards on four carries.
NO. 14 POLY 48, CARVER 0:: John Marcus had a huge night for the host Engineers (2-0), recording 266 all-purpose yards, four touchdowns and two 2-point conversions. He had 12 carries for 135 yards, two punt returns for 100 yards, one reception for 6 yards and a kickoff return of 25 yards. Quarterback Antoine Goodson had four carries for 42 yards and two touchdowns and was 2-for-3 passing with a touchdown. Poly's Michael Wadsworth had 15 tackles, two for losses.
GILMAN 21, DEMATHA 14:: Darius Jennings scored on a 58-yard run in the middle of the fourth quarter to break a tie at 14 as the Greyhounds (2-0) upset DeMatha (1-1) at Prince George's Complex. It was the second touchdown of the game for the sophomore, who finished with 101 rushing yards. Senior quarterback Davey Emala also had a big game for Gilman, rushing for 150 yards and throwing for a touchdown to help the Greyhounds avenge last season's 42-0 loss to the Stags.
EDGEWOOD 14, NORTHWESTERN 6:: Jonathan Haskett took a handoff on second-and-goal and went over the right side for the go-ahead touchdown in the second quarter, and visiting Edgewood (1-1) held on to defeat Northwestern (1-1). The junior finished with 66 rushing yards and was complemented by senior Larry Tucker, who had 175 yards on 22 carries.
NORTH COUNTY 21, SEVERNA PARK 14:: Josh Pfister scored the game-winning touchdown on a 26-yard pass from Travis Delizio with 4:34 left in the game as the Knights (2-0) came from behind to beat the host Falcons (1-1) in an Anne Arundel County showdown. Knights senior tailback Dino Stevens amassed 248 all-purpose yards, rushing for 138 yards on 26 carries and running up 100 yards on punt and kick-off returns. Jordan Moskal had seven tackles and Pat Carey had five tackles and a sack for North County.
WESTERN TECH 21, HARFORD TECH 14:: Lance Wilkes ran for 212 yards on 11 carries and scored all three of the Wolverines' touchdowns. Wilkes had touchdown runs of 35, 43 and 62 yards - the last two coming in the second half as the Wolverines (1-1) rallied from a 14-7 halftime deficit. Norman Lee gained 63 yards on 15 carries.
CITY 16, DIGITAL HARBOR 0:: Deandre Harris ran for touchdowns of 32 yards and 12 yards as the host Knights improved to 1-1. Digital Harbor is also 1-1.
SOUTHWESTERN 12, DOUGLASS 0:: Reginald Street caught three passes for 135 yards and scored two first-quarter touchdowns to complement a stellar defensive effort from the Sabres (1-1).