Varsity roundup: Curley, Perry Hall roll to football victories

Bel Air wins in boys soccer

September 14, 2014|From Sun staff reports

Visiting Archbishop Curley (2-0) compiled 274 total rushing yards in a 28-0 football victory over Loyola Blakefield on Saturday.

Deonte Harris led the way with 116 rushing yards and two touchdowns on the ground, while fellow running back Shawn Fenner had 100 rushing yards and a touchdown.

Running back Tyrone Roper added 55 yards and another score for the Friars.

Perry Hall 35, Towson 6: The visiting Gators (2-0) scored all their points in the first half during a steady downpour against the Generals (1-1).

Junior receiver Malik Morris caught touchdown passes of 4 yards and 57 yards, while brother Mike Morris scored twice as well.

His first score came on a 33-yard screen pass from quarterback Reece Wiseman, and he followed that with a 5-yard run to end the half. Perry Hall intercepted four Towson passes, including two by sophomore safety Anthony Jordan.

Boys soccer

Bel Air 1, Churchill 0: Zach Memmo scored the Bobcats' lone goal on Alex Munley's assist to lift Bel Air over the Bulldogs.

Girls soccer

Catonsville 2, Dulaney 0: Renee Gast and Allison Dingle each found the back of the net as the Comets defeated the Lions.

No. 3 Dulaney won the boys cross country team championship at the Richard Barnhart Invitational on Saturday morning with 44 points.

No. 6 McDonogh (93), Loyola Blakefield (113), Gonzaga (151) and Calvert Hall (192) rounded out the top five.

Leading the Lions were junior Eric Walz (third, 15 minutes, 33 seconds) and senior Adolfo Carvalho (fifth, 15:41).

McDonogh's Mikey Singer (second, 15:32) and North Harford's Nick Franshaw (fourth, 15:35) also ran in the top five.

No. 7 McDonogh won the girls team championship with 78 points. No. 4 Dulaney (87 points) placed second.

Century senior Matt Kane won the boys race in a blistering time of 15:30, and Howard senior Gabby Rayner won the girls race in 18:58.

Craig Clary,

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