Blackwell, Aberdeen top Bel Air, 22-15
Eagles QB throws for two TDs; No. 2 Calvert Hall, No. 9 Gilman win in soccer
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).
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).
ATHOLTON 1, RESERVOIR 0: Kelley Flynn scored to lift the host Raiders (10-2) over the Gators (7-3).
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.