Cricchio's field goals lift Gilman over Calvert Hall

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No. 8 Greyhounds rally for 13-10 win

Depola boosts No. 9 Hereford in 28-14 victory over Franklin

No. 11 Wilde Lake edges Atholton

October 04, 2008|By From Sun staff reports

Gilman's Mimmo Cricchio kicked a fourth-quarter field goal to tie the score and another in overtime to lead the No. 8 Greyhounds past host Calvert Hall, 13-10, in Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference football yesterday.

The Greyhounds, who bounced back from their only loss this season, last week's 28-19 defeat to Bergen Catholic from New Jersey, took an early lead on senior running back Malik Compton's 5-yard run, but that was their only touchdown.

In the second quarter, the Cardinals tied the score at 7 after junior running back P.J. Quarrie's 4-yard run. Scott Merkel kicked the extra point and then broke the tie with a third-quarter field goal to boost Calvert Hall's lead to 10-7.

The Greyhounds improved to 4-1 overall and 2-0 in the A Conference, and the Cardinals dropped to 2-4 and 0-2.

NO. 9 HEREFORD 28, FRANKLIN 14:: Senior Nick Depola opened the scoring with an 88-yard kickoff return and also ran for 138 yards on 18 carries with a touchdown as the Bulls improved to 3-2.

NO. 11 WILDE LAKE 22, ATHOLTON 21:: Atholton's Kalvin Seamonson scored on a 1-yard run to tie the score with 6:50 left and Raiders coach Chuck Fales decided to go for the conversion, but the run failed. Danny March led Wilde Lake (5-0) with two touchdowns on nine carries for 90 yards. Nick Aloi led Atholton (1-4) with 27 carries for 114 yards.

NO. 13 JOPPATOWNE 32, EDGEWOOD 8: : Five players scored touchdowns for the Mariners as they improved to 5-0 and 2-0 in the Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference. Epe Henriques rushed for 175 yards on 12 carries, Chris Wright gained 116 yards on seven carries and Joel Scott had 103 yards on three carries. Ben Tucker threw for two touchdowns. Edgewood fell to 1-4.

NO. 14 POLY 48, LAKE CLIFTON 12: : Senior quarterback Antoine Goodson had 11 carries for 153 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Engineers, who improved to 4-1. John Marcus ran for 163 yards, caught three passes for 51 yards and scored three touchdowns in the victory.

ARCHBISHOP CURLEY 34, RIVERDALE BAPTIST 6:: Running back Pat Diamond scored two rushing touchdowns to lead the Friars (4-2) past the Crusaders. Eric Franklin also caught a 52-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Mark Venable in the win.

RESERVOIR 27, OAKLAND MILLS 10:: Chris Morris ran for three touchdowns and Neko Rynn-Mason, who passed for 252 yards, threw for one as the host Gators (3-2) won a Howard County league game. Oakland Mills fell to 1-4.

BROADNECK 35, CHESAPEAKE-AA 0:: Senior quarterback Kyle Colleran carried the ball 11 times for 59 yards and three touchdowns and added 132 passing yards with a touchdown as the Bruins improved to 3-2.

BEL AIR 17, NORTH HARFORD 10:: The Bobcats (2-2) scored 17 unasnwered points in the fourth quarter to overcome a 10-0 deficit, with senior running back Scott Fisher scoring the game-winner on a 16-yard run with 24 seconds left.

NORTH COUNTY 13, SOUTHERN 0: : Senior running back Dino Stevens carried the ball 21 times for 189 yards and two scores to lead the Knights (4-1) to the Anne Arundel County win.

ABERDEEN 14, NORTHEAST 12: : Senior quarterback Chris Hackett twice found senior wide receiver Cordell Smith for long touchdowns, opening the scoring with a 75-yard pass and then finding him later on a 50-yard toss as the Rams improved to 3-2.

PATTERSON 30, DIGITAL HARBOR 11: : Tyrell Addison caught three passes for 72 yards and two touchdowns and Geryl Cole had eight carries for 60 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Clippers (3-2) past the visiting Rams.

ST. PAUL'S 27, SEVERN 20:: Quarterback Troy Jones completed 10 of 19 passes for 211 yards and ran for two touchdowns to lead the Crusaders (3-2) to the road win. Severn running back Jon Gren ran for three touchdowns to lead the Admirals.

ARCHBISHOP SPALDING 34, JOHN CARROLL 7:: Spalding running back Nick Whittles ran for 178 yards on 18 carries and scored three touchdowns as the Cavaliers improved to 4-2.

BOYS' LATIN 23, BULLIS 17, 2OT: : Patrick Steele scored his second touchdown in double overtime to lead the Lakers past the host Bulldogs. Playing college rules that give each team a chance to score from the 25-yard line rather than the usual 10-yard line for a high school game, the Lakers (3-2) broke a regulation tie at 10 when Michael Kantz hit Jack Rice with a 15-yard pass. The Bulldogs (1-4) came right back on Tyler Martinez's 5-yard touchdown run. Lakers cornerback Jeff Chase then knocked down a Bulldogs pass on fourth down before Steele, who had 21 carries for 144 yards and two touchdowns, finished off the game.

CARDINAL GIBBONS 35, PALLOTTI 0:: Senior running back Garrett Jackson ran for two touchdowns and caught one as the Crusaders piled up more than 200 yards on the ground in the win.

REGINALD LEWIS 9, SOUTHWESTERN 0:: Damon Barber-Jones ran for 150 yards and linebacker Cedric Rollins led the defense with 12 solo tackles and an interception to lead the visiting Falcons, whose only touchdown came on quarterback Maurice Koch's 1-yard sneak in the second quarter.

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