Football roundup: C. Milton Wright hands Fallston its first loss, 19-14

October 05, 2012|By Dewey Fox | Baltimore Sun Media Group

C. Milton Wright handed Fallston football its first loss of the season Friday, defeating the host Cougars, 19-14.

Fallston jumped out to a 14-0 lead in the first quarter, as running Marc Badger had a rushing touchdown, and receiver Wyatt Alexander caught a scoring pass from quarterback Brendan Weinhold.

After blocking a Fallston punt and recovering on the Cougars' 20-yard line in the second quarter, C. Milton Wright got its first points of the game when quarterback Omar Walker hit Will Hazelton with a 15-yard touchdown pass. The two-point conversion attempt failed, leaving the Mustangs behind, 14-6.

C. Milton Wright cut the Fallston lead down to a pair of points with just nine seconds left in the first half, as Walker connected with Tyler Hall on a 4-yard touchdown pass. On the two-point play, Walker's pass attempt was blocked by the Cougars line, and heading into halftime Fallston was holding a 14-12 advantage.

The Mustangs scored on their first possession of the third quarter, as Omar Walker tossed a 5-yard touchdown pass to brother Osiah Walker. A converted extra-point kick gave the Mustangs a 19-14 lead.

Fallston's final possession of the game ended when the Mustangs secondary batted down a fourth-down pass from Weinhold. With the loss, Fallston fell to 5-1, while the Mustangs improved to 5-1.

No. 1 Gilman 49, Archbishop Spalding 2: Senior quarterback Shane Cockerille had touchdown runs of 4, 47 and 3 yards, and Micah Kiser had a 40-yard interception return for a touchdown as the Greyhounds (4-2) beat the host Cavaliers in a Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference game Friday. Spalding's only score came in the fourth quarter on a safety.

No. 5 Westminster 48, Francis Scott Key 16: Deryk Kern was 15-20 passing with 295 yards and six touchdowns before sitting down late in the second quarter as the Owls took a 48-0 score into halftime. Darius Clifton had four receptions for 122 yards, including one for a 85-yard score.

No. 11 St. Paul's 57, Annapolis Area Christian 8: The Crusaders move to 5-0 with a convincing win over defending MIAA B Conference champ AACS.

Dale Harris led the way with 11 carries for 168 yards and 4 touchdowns. The Crusaders rushed 24 times for 304 yards while Anthony Pino completed 7 of 9 passes for 115 yards and 2 touchdowns.

K. Johnson had 3 carries for 46 yards and 5 receptions for 83 yards and 1 touchdown. Defensively the crusaders intercepted 4 AACS passes and held the Eagles to just 30 rushing yards. Next week the Crusaders will host John Carroll, which is 5-0 after defeating St. Mary's, 31-21, tonight.

No. 12 Broadneck 30, Annapolis 21: The visiting Bruins trailed 21-14 at halftime before a defensive adjustment in the second half stopped the Panthers scoring and Broadneck pulled away.

The Bruins' Duke Carter had 21 rushed for 114 yards and three touchdowns. Broadneck rushed for 208 of the 276 total offensive yards.

Reginald Lewis 56, National Academy Foundation 8: Donnie Neal Jr. extended his consecutive 100-yard rushing games to 15 with 100 yards on eight carries as the Falcons overwhelmed the Eagles in a Baltimore City Division II game.

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