Black­well, Aberdeen top Bel Air, 22-15

Ea­gles QB throws for two TDs; No. 2 Calvert Hall, No. 9 Gil­man win in soc­cer

Baltimore Sun - - VARSITY - By Ran­dall L. McRoberts —Tom Worgo, Bal­ti­more Sun Me­dia Group —Bob Hough, Bal­ti­more Sun Me­dia Group —Craig Clary Bal­ti­more Sun Me­dia Group

Aberdeen se­nior quar­ter­back Stephen Black­well threw for two touch­downs and ran for one as the host Ea­gles up­set No. 12 Bel Air, 22-15, in the Ch­e­sa­peake Divi­sion of the Up­per Ch­e­sa­peake Bay Ath­letic Con­fer­ence on Fri­day.

The game came down to a de­fen­sive stand by the Ea­gles (3-1, 4-3) in the fi­nal 30 sec­onds. Bel Air (2-1, 6-1) had first-and-goal at the Aberdeen 6-yard line, with no time­outs left. Quar­ter­back Michael Yet­ter spiked the ball on first down, and Daniel Web­ber ran to the Aberdeen 2 on sec­ond down.

Aberdeen sent the Bob­cats back­ward on the next two downs, giv­ing the Ea­gles the home­com­ing win.

NO. 2 ARCH­BISHOP SPALD­ING 54, RIVERDALE BAP­TIST 14: Julius Ch­est­nut had 18 car­ries for 90 yards and three touch­downs to power the host Cava­liers (6-1) past the Cru­saders (5-3).

Spald­ing built on its 7-0 first-quar­ter lead with a 23-0 run in the sec­ond quar­ter.

NO. 3 MOUNT SAINT JOSEPH 55, LOY­OLA BLAKEFIELD 14: The vis­it­ing Gaels (6-1, 2-0 Mary­land In­ter­scholas­tic Ath­letic As­so­ci­a­tion A Con­fer­ence) dom­i­nated the first half and coasted past the host Dons (4-3, 0-3).

Mount Saint Joseph gained 617 yards of to­tal of­fense.

Gaels se­nior quar­ter­back Chris­tian Carter tied a school record by hav­ing a hand in seven touch­downs. He went 15-for-23 for 393 yards and six touch­down passes and had one rush­ing touch­down.

Gary Agurs caught four passes for 180 yards and two touch­downs.

Sam James rushed for 123 yards and a score on 17 car­ries. Mount Saint Joseph’s Sam James, right, eludes Loy­ola de­fend­ers John Fe­ola, top, and Trevor Heni­gan as he rushes for a first down. The Gaels de­feated the Dons, 55-14. The Gaels de­fense also shined, to­tal­ing 13 sacks. Two lineback­ers, Ben Mor­gan (five sacks) and Justin Looney (three sacks), led the way.

NO. 15 BROADNECK 35, GLEN BURNIE 12: Sopho­more Ja­son Car­camo ran for 142 yards on 33 car­ries and scored three touch­downs to lead the vis­it­ing Bru­ins (5-2) past the Go­phers (4-3).

The touch­downs were the Car­camo’s var­sity ca­reer.

“MyO-line did their job, and I just cut off them and did my job,” Car­camo said. “It felt good. It felt like all this hard work fi­nally paid off.” first of

HAVRE DE GRACE 33, EDGEWOOD 20: Deonte Banks had an 80-yard kick­off re­turn for a touch­down, but the host Rams (5-2) fell to the War­riors (4-3).

Boys soc­cer

NO. 2 CALVERT HALL 5, LOY­OLA BLAKEFIELD1: Ben Alexan­der had a hat trick to lead the host Car­di­nals (12-2-2, 10-2-1 MIAA A Con­fer­ence) past the Dons (4-9, 4-9).

NO. 9 GIL­MAN 1, JOHN CAR­ROLL 0: Teddy Ndje scored the game-win­ner to lift the host Grey­hounds (8-3-3, 6-3-2- MIAA A Con­fer­ence) over the Pa­tri­ots (5-9-2, 4-7-1).

Girls soc­cer

ATHOLTON 1, RESER­VOIR 0: Kelley Flynn scored to lift the host Raiders (10-2) over the Ga­tors (7-3).

Field hockey

NO. 4 ARCH­BISHOP SPALD­ING 3, THOMAS SPRIGG WOOT­TON 0: Jenna Gar­den scored twice to lead the Cava­liers (14-3) past the host Pa­tri­ots (3-6).

Spald­ing goalies Me­gan Ne­me­cek and Ally Mervine had no saves in the 10th shutout of the sea­son.

AN­NAPO­LIS AREA CHRIS­TIAN 2, GLENELG COUNTY 1: Olivia Pat­ton and Mag­gie An­der­son scored to lead the Ea­gles (8-3, 3-3 In­ter­scholas­tic Ath­letic As­so­ci­a­tion of Mary­land B Con­fer­ence) past the host Dragons (2-5, 1-5).

CA­TONSVILLE 3, TOW­SON 0: Brittany Stevens had a goal and as­sist, and Ash­lyn Cun­ning­ham and Al­li­son Camp­bell also scored as host Comets (7-4) de­feated the Gen­er­als (4-6).

“We wanted to come out strong and that’s what we did,” said Stevens, who scored the first goal af­ter a re­bound off Tow­son keeper Caro­line Ready. “We all crashed in and it ended up bounc­ing back and I hit it in.”

Ready and Kelsey Fringer each had eight saves for Tow­son.


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