Cen­tury de­feats S. Car­roll, 34-31, in over­time

No. 3 Ea­gles top No. 4 Gaels; Old Mill routs Meade, 44-8

Baltimore Sun - - VARSITY - By Pat Stoet­zer — Brian Bur­den, Bal­ti­more Sun Me­dia Group — Ran­dall L. McRoberts, Bal­ti­more Sun Me­dia Group — Tom Worgo, Bal­ti­more Sun Me­dia Group

Collin Ende scored on fourth-and-goal from the 2-yard line in over­time to lift Cen­tury to a 34-31 win in over­time against host South Car­roll in Car­roll County foot­ball Fri­day. Ende’s touch­down gave the play­off-bound Knights (8-1) their eighth straight win, set­ting up next week’s game with Lib­erty for the county ti­tle.

The Lions (8-1) beat North Hager­stown, 37-0.

South Car­roll got a 24-yard field goal from Ja­cob Snell in over­time but couldn’t stop Cen­tury. Ja­mar Wil­liams had touch­down runs of 75 and 68 yards for the Cava­liers (4-5).

NO. 3 MCDONOGH 35, NO. 4 MOUNT SAINT JOSEPH14: The host Ea­gles (6-3, 1-2 Mary­land In­ter­scholas­tic Ath­letic As­so­ci­a­tion A Con­fer­ence) ended an un­beaten con­fer­ence streak by the Gaels (7-2, 3-1).

The only MIAA A Con­fer­ence team left un­de­feated is No. 2 St. Frances, a 32-29 win­ner over No. 1 Arch­bishop Spald­ing. Mount Saint Joseph last held the A Con­fer­ence ti­tle in 2007.

De­spite the loss, the Gaels are still in con­tention for the ti­tle.

NO. 6 OLD MILL 44, MEADE 8: With a chance to clinch an 18th straight play­off berth, and fac­ing a hun­gry Mus­tangs team fight­ing for its play­off life, the host Pa­tri­ots (9-0) did what they nor­mally do in th­ese sit­u­a­tions — stayed calm and ex­e­cuted.

Sirus Gay ran for 109 yards and two touch­downs and five Pa­tri­ots found the end zone, as Old Mill won at home over Meade (5-5).

The vic­tory sets the stage for a rare bat­tle of un­beat­ens in the reg­u­lar-sea­son fi­nale when the Pa­tri­ots host An­napo­lis.

HERE­FORD 14, OVER­LEA 6: The Bulls (9-0, 7-0 Bal­ti­more County) took sole pos­ses­sion of first place in Class 2A-1A by beat­ing the host Fal­cons (6-2, 6-1).

Here­ford’s de­fense has yet to al­low more than seven points by an op­po­nent.

WILDE LAKE 14, CEN­TEN­NIAL 12: The vis­it­ing Wilde­cats (6-3) outscored the Ea­gles (1-8) in the sec­ond half 12-6 to win.

Boys soc­cer

NO. 11 BEL AIR 2, DULANEY 0: Cam Ri­ley had his ninth shutout of the sea­son and the host Bob­cats (10-4-1) got past the Lions (8-5) in a Class 4A North Sec­tion I quar­ter­fi­nal.

EDGE­WOOD 5, ABERDEEN 1: Ju­nior for­ward Ryan Dean scored four goals to lead the Rams (8-4-1) over the vis­it­ing Ea­gles (7-8) in a Class 3A North Sec­tion II quar­ter­fi­nal.

Dean’s first goal, unas­sisted, came just three min­utes after Aberdeen had taken a 1-0 lead. Ea­gles de­fender Jack Donna banged in a goal off an Edge­wood de­fender that started off a restart and set play.

Dean’s sec­ond goal came with a nice feed from Amiri Holder eight min­utes into the sec­ond half. Holder added a goal 1:10 later.

Dean, whose 26 goals are an Edge­wood sin­gle-sea­son record, scored his third goal mid­way through the fi­nal half, and his fi­nal one came with 6:36 to play.

LOCH RAVEN 9, NEW TOWN 0: Se­nior for­ward Wendel Vil­lacar­los scored three goals, lead­ing the Raiders (2-13) over the host Ti­tans (2-3-2) in a Class 2A North Sec­tion II semi­fi­nal in Owings Mills.

Ju­nior mid­fielder Jay Smith had two goals.

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