St. Paul's football rallies to tie Landon, 35-35

Arundel tops Glen Burnie; No. 1 Eagles girls soccer rolls

September 26, 2014|From Sun staff reports

Anthony Pino threw two touchdown passes in the final five minutes of the game to force overtime and visiting St. Paul's football tied Landon, 35-35, in a Friday game called because of darkness.

The Bears (3-1-1) jumped out to a 13-0 lead and the Crusaders (2-1-1) played catch-up most of the game. Pino spearheaded the comeback with a 1-yard touchdown run followed by touchdown passes of 21 and 33-yards to Tyler Rockhill all in the fourth quarter.

Pino went 28-for-44 for 332 yards. He threw three touchdown passes and had two rushing touchdowns. Rockhill made 11 catches for 144 yards.

No. 2 Arundel 54, Glen Burnie 6: Anthony Messenger (22-for-34 for 274 yards) completed four touchdown passes to power the host Wildcats (4-0) past the Gophers (2-2).

No. 13 Meade 55, Chesapeake-AA 6: Travis Chidebe returned the opening kickoff 80 yards for a touchdown and the visiting Mustangs (3-1) beat the Cougars (3-1).

Chidebe added 108 yards on five carries in the first half alone, including a 53-yard touchdown run.

Trevon Dicks and Londell Montgomery added touchdown runs and Elijah Roberts caught a 20-yard touchdown pass from Bree Hart in the first half. Meade's defense sacked Chesapeake quarterback Rashawn Shields six times in the half and got on the board when Troy Brown returned a fumble 22 yards for a score on Chesapeake's first play from scrimmage to help the Mustangs run out to a 42-6 halftime lead. 

 Tyler Davis scored on a 60-yard pass from Rashawn Shields for Chesapeake, which came into the game 3-0 for the first time since 1987.

—Bob Hough,

Baltimore Sun Media Group

No. 15 Archbishop Curley 34, Severn 7: Deonte Harris had one rushing and another receiving touchdown to lead the host Friars (4-0) past the Admirals (2-3).

Harris had nine carries for 85 yards and one 52-yard reception. Sean Fenner had 16 carries for 107 yards and one touchdown run.

Annapolis 28, Severna Park 27, OT: Montes Davis caught a 10-yard touchdown pass from Nate Vance and the point-after attempt was good for the Panthers (2-2). The host Falcons (1-3) answered with a 3-yard touchdown run, but the two-point conversion failed.

Boys soccer

No. 15 Severn 3, Park 1: Keith Singletary had a goal and an assist to lead the host Admirals (7-1) past the Bruins (2-5).

Archbishop Curley 3, Mount Saint Joseph 2: Tre Pulliam scored two goals, including the game-winner with six minutes left in the game, to lift the host Friars (3-6) over the Gaels (0-6).

Mount Saint Joseph scored first before Curley took a 2-1 lead at the half. The Gaels tied the score again in the second half.

Girls soccer

No. 1 McDonogh 3, Bishop O'Connell (Va.) 0: Bridgette Andrzejewski scored twice and Lindsey Clark made three saves in her second shutout of the week and sixth of the season for the host Eagles (7-0).

The Knights fell to 2-5. On Wednesday, McDonogh shut out No. 12 Notre Dame Prep, 2-0.

Field hockey

No. 11 Marriotts Ridge 2, River Hill 0: Miranda Alam made six saves in her seventh shutout for the host Mustangs (8-1).

Caroline Blalock and Lexi Souder each scored for Marriotts Ridge. The Hawks fell to 6-3.

Glenelg 1, No. 12 Mount Hebron 0: Grace Perry scored the game-winner as the Gladiators (6-2) upset the host Vikings (5-4).

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