Eagles win over Catoctin in football
Bohemia Manor pulled away from a tied score at halftime to defeat visiting Catoctin 21-7 in non-conference football action on Friday.
Bobby McClennan had 31 carries for 172 yards and two touchdowns and added a 30yard touchdown catch from quarterback Ryan Connolley (7-of-10 passing for 94 yards) for the Eagles (2-1), who were tied 7-7 at the break.
Cameron Garcia and Austin Bramble both added two catches each in the victory.
Thomas Johnson 28, No. 1 Aberdeen 24
The Eagles fall to 1-2 on the season.
No. 2 Bel Air 26, Overlea 0 The Bobcats improve to 3-0.
No. 4 Fallston 56, Rising Sun 16
Quarterback Nate McCullough completed eight of 21 passes for 94 yards and running back Maurice McCargo rushed 10 times for 42 yards for the Tigers (0-3), who received two catches for 37 yards from James Moyer and three catches for 34 yards from Randy Leonard.
The Cougars improve to 2-1 overall.
C.M. Wright 54, North East 7 The Indians fall to 0-3 on the season. The Mustangs improve to 2-1 overall.
North Harford 35, Patterson Mill 13
Cole Dickerson and JT Kidd both scored a pair of rushing touchdowns for the Hawks (2-1).
The Huskies fall to 0-3.
Edgewood 18, Joppatowne 6
Daryl Cooper had a rushing touchdown, Johnny Watson returned a fumble for a score and Mike Johnson booted a 25-yard field goal for the Rams (3-0), who received a safety from Isaiah Gibbons.
The Mariners fall to 0-3. Harford Tech 47, Tatnall 41 The Cobras improve to 2- 1 overall.
UCBAC Girls’ Soccer Oxford Area (Pa.) 4, Bohemia Manor 1
Katie O’Hare scored off an assist from Makenzie Stallone for the Eagles ( 3- 1).
Private School Boys’ Soccer Tri-State Christian 4, St. Thomas 1
Paul Giesing had two goals and an assist and Luke Silva and Alex Meganhadt both scored once for the Crusaders ( 22- 2), who received five saves from Ryan Rash.
Private School Volleyball St. Thomas 3, Tri- State Christian 0
Caroline Ford had two kills, Olivia Boas had two assists and Aubree Smith had two digs, while Holly VanVoorhis and Madison Burrow both recorded three digs for the Crusaders, who lost by set scores of 25- 3, 25- 7 and 25- 8.