River Hill claims 2A South crown

varsity football regional finals

No. 1 Hawks beat Douglass-PG, 21-6

Eastern Tech rolls to win

November 22, 2008|By From Sun staff reports

Top-ranked River Hill won its fourth straight regional championship, beating visiting Frederick Douglass of Prince George's County, 21-6, last night in Class 2A South.

Michael Campanaro scored all three River Hill touchdowns - two rushing and one receiving.

The Hawks (12-0) will host No. 11 Century, a 47-0 winner over Middletown, at 7 p.m. Friday.

No. 4 EASTERN TECH 35, EDMONDSON 6: : Darian Conners scored four touchdowns - three rushing and one receiving - to power the Mavericks (12-0) past the Red Storm (8-4) in Class 2A North at CCBC-Essex.

No. 11 CENTURY 47, MIDDLETOWN 0: : Corey Anderlik carried 11 times for 155 yards and four touchdowns as host Century (12-0) beat Middletown (8-4) in Class 2A West. "The kids have been playing tough all year. We seem to be getting better and better every week," Century coach Tony Shermeyer said. "We seem to be peaking at the right time, and we'll see how far we can go with this." Century received interceptions from Anderlik, Adam Patterson, Nick Wolcott and Luke Wright.

CATOCTIN 50, PIKESVILLE 13: : Austin Carter and Sean Chilson each scored two touchdowns to power the visiting Cougars (8-4) past the Panthers (7-5) in Class 1A North. Carter scored the first two touchdowns and Chilson added his first for a 24-0 lead midway through the second quarter. Chilson also contributed a two-point conversion. Jeremy Downing and Freddie Sellers scored touchdowns for Pikesville.

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