Franklin routs No. 9 Hereford, 47-14

Rosati's 3 TD passes lead Arundel past North Point, 28-17

November 13, 2010|By From Sun staff reports

Mark Venable was not only Franklin's leading rusher, running for 162 yards and two touchdowns, but he was also the shining star on defense, recording 14 tackles, a touchdown off a fumble recovery and two forced fumbles, leading the visiting Indians (9-2) to a victory over No. 9 Hereford on Friday night, 47-14.

Quaterback Joe Dorsey completed 10 of his 15 passes for 173 yards and three passing touchdowns. Receiver Ian Thomas made four receptions for 91 yards and two touchdowns.

No. 3 Arundel 28, North Point 17: Nick Rosati completed three touchdown passes to Tyler Washington to lead the host Wildcats (10-1) past the Eagles in Class 4A East.

Rosati went 16-for-28 for 215 yards. Washington made nine catches for 187 yards.

Arundel faces No. 5 Broadneck, a 16-14 winner over No. 4 Old Mill, in the regional finals at a time and date to be determined.

No. 7 North Harford 15, Catonsville 6: The host Hawks were down 6-0 before a second-half rally lifted them over the Comets in Class 3A North.

Quarterback Cody Turner rushed for a 10-yard touchdown and Tyler Lenane converted the extra-point attempt to put North Harford up, 7-6. The Hawks added one more scoring drive in the fourth quarter when Ben Kenley rushed 24-yards for a touchdown and Brandon Bayer rushed for a two-point conversion.

North Harford faces Franklin, a 47-14 winner over No. 9 Hereford, at a time and date to be determined.

Wilde Lake 21, No. 12 Atholton 7: It took more than the Wildecat offense for an unranked Wilde Lake team to move past the Raiders (8-2) in the 3A East regional finals. The Wildecat defense forced two turnovers, an interception and a fumble, while the special teams accounted for six points of their own with the Anthony Miller 45-yard punt return for a touchdown.

Running back AJ Harris rushed for 99 yards on 11 carries, while EJ Gilman rushed for 83 yards and scored a touchdown on 14 carries.

The Wildecat defense held the Raiders to just 99 yards through the air and 97 yards on the ground.

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