No. 11 Franklin 44, Milford Mill 7: Joey Dorsey went 9-for-15 passing for 226 yards and three touchdowns to power the host Indians (5-0) past the Millers (1-4). Franklin's defense held Milford Mill to 162 total yards and one touchdown. The Indians totaled 436 offensive yards.
No. 11 Dulaney 1, Loch Raven 0: Mike Constantine scored the only goal of the game for the Lions (4-1) at home against the Raiders. The windy conditions made it hard to keep the ball on the ground, but Constantine managed to score his third goal of the year on a penalty kick in the first half. Loch Raven played with out Seth Moses, who is out with a broken foot.
No. 5 Perry Hall 6, Owings Mills 4: Joe Glos scored twice and the visiting Gators came back from a 4-2 halftime deficit.
No. 2 Mercy 3, Institute of Notre Dame 0: Alexis Prior-Brown scored her 12th goal of the year for the Magic (9-1) against the visitng Indians. Alex Pryor added two assists.
No. 11 Loch Raven 4, Dulaney 1: Sophomore Chelsea Hunt and senior Kara Kleinhammer each scored their fifth goal of the season for the Raiders (6-2) against the visiting Lions. Hunt scored on a chip and Kleinhammer headed her goal, both in the first half for Loch Raven.
No. 3 Glenelg 5, Marriotts Ridge 3: Alyssa Parker had two goals and two assists and Kalie Hinkle had two goals and an assist to power the host Gladiators (7-1) past the Mustangs. Glenelg led 4-1 at the half.
No. 13 Patterson Mill 2, No. 10 North Harford 1: Emily Keesling scored both goals for the Huskies in their upset win over the visiting Hawks. Kara Parks scored for the Hawks after being awarded a penalty stroke. Patterson Mill goalie Gabby Brooks made 11 saves and North Harford goalie Beth Genovese saved eight shots.
Baltimore Sun reporters contributed to this article.