Fall sports: Severna Park wins 4A East final in volleyball

Broadneck, Spalding prevail in football

November 09, 2013|From Sun staff reports

Lauren Kirchenheiter had 18 kills and 11 digs and went 12-for-13 from the service line, and Kara Glynn had 12 kills to lead visiting and No. 8 Severna Park (16-2) to a 3-0 victory over No. 4 South River (15-3) in the Class 4A East volleyball championship game.

The Falcons won, 25-23, 25-16, 25-12.

Football

No. 5 Broadneck 35, Glen Burnie 7: Canaan Gebele threw a touchdown pass and rushed for a score to lead the host Bruins (7-2) past the Gophers (1-8).

No. 6 Archbishop Spalding 28, Calvert Hall 21: Avery Simmons had two rushing touchdowns in the fourth quarter to tie and win the game for the visiting Cavaliers (8-3).

Simmons, who finished with 29 carries for 126 yards, had a 1-yard run with 7:18 left to tie the score at 21and a 1-yard run with 55 seconds left to win. The Cardinals fell to 3-7.

No. 8 Perry Hall 35, Dundalk 18: Jeff Iweh completed 14 of 17 passes for 282 yards and three touchdown passes and rushed for 60 yards and a touchdown to lead the host Gators (9-1) past the Owls (6-4).

No. 12 Franklin 56, Catonsville 14: Steven Smothers had three touchdowns: one rushing (48 yards), a 75-yard punt return and a 42-yard touchdown reception to lead the visiting Indians (8-2) past the Comets (4-6).

Mervo 12, No. 15 Edmondson 6, OT: Brian Johnson capped a 10-yard drive with a quarterback sneak to lift the visiting Mustangs (4-6) over the Red Storm (6-4).

Johnson completed a 25-yard touchdown pass to Walter Ferguson to give Mervo a 6-0 lead in the third quarter. Edmondson answered with six points in the fourth quarter to force overtime.

Fallston 49, Bel Air 22: Andrew Monaghan rushed for three touchdowns and the visiting Cougars completed a 10-0 regular season. The Bobcats finished 6-4.

Mount Hebron 41, Marriotts Ridge 13: Zachary Nicholas had 18 carries for 310 yards and four touchdowns to power the host Vikings (4-6) past the Mustangs (2-8).

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