Jimmy Schneider had an 83-yard interception return for a touchdown in the fourth quarter and the host Calvert Hall football team upset No. 9 Mount St. Joseph, 17-0, on Friday night.
The Gaels (2-3) have dropped three straight, including a 22-12 loss to Fort Hill on Sept. 18 and a 42-0 loss to Good Counsel on Sept. 12.
The Cardinals (3-2) have won three straight, including two shutouts. Calvert Hall beat Havre de Grace, 44-0, on Sept. 18.
Patrick Fitzgerald had a 13-yard touchdown run as Calvert Hall took a 7-0 lead with 14 seconds left in the first half. Scott Merkel made a 33-yard field goal in the third quarter before Schneider closed out the scoring.
Century 63, Manchester Valley 0: : Josh Bordner threw three touchdown passes and rushed for two scores as the host Knights beat the Mavericks. Bordner threw touchdown passes of 28 and 29 yards to Zach Zile for a 14-0 Century lead. Bordner also blocked a punt that he returned 20 yards for a touchdown.
Annapolis 38, Meade 13: : Lamont Smith ran for three touchdowns and Joshua Kohut had 16 carries for 160 yards to lead the host Panthers past the Mustangs. The Panthers held Meade scoreless in the first half.
Annapolis Area Christian School 16, St. Vincent Pallotti 13: : The visiting Golden Eagles (2-2) won on the last play of the game as Chris Chick completed a 30-yard touchdown pass to Chandler Edmonds to lift AACS over the Panthers (1-3). Chick finished seven of 17 for 129 yards and two touchdowns. Edmonds had four catches for 93 yards, and James Anderson was the leading rusher for AACS with 25 carries for 100 yards.
No. 1 McDonogh 4, No. 10 Gilman 1: : Lucas Winters scored two goals in the first half and Neil Desai and Jake Weiner added one apiece in the second to lift the Eagles (11-0) over the visiting Greyhounds (7-3-1). Matt Sanchez had five saves for McDonogh. Andrew Harris had eight saves in a losing effort. "Gilman did a great job in the first half," McDonogh coach Steve Nichols said. Gilman's score came on an own goal.
No. 7 Loyola 2, Archbishop Curley 2, 2OT: : The visiting Dons (4-1-1) and the Friars (3-3-1) played to a double-overtime tie. Nick Krochta scored the only goal in the first half on an assist from John Jlopleh for Loyola. Midway through the second half, Aaron Beale scored on a penalty kick for Curley, and three minutes later, Krochta scored his second goal on a header, with an assist from Jamie Dubyoski. Mikas Teketele scored on a breakaway for Curley to finish the scoring. "It was back and forth all game and into the overtimes, both teams battled hard and played really well," Loyola coach Lee Tschantret said.