Calvert Hall driven to put away Spald­ing, 21-7

Lengthy drive lifts Cards in foot­ball; Arun­del stuns No. 1 NDP in field hockey

Baltimore Sun - - VARSITY - By Bob Hough —Me­gan Wood­ward, Bal­ti­more Sun Me­dia Group —Kyle Stack­pole, Bal­ti­more Sun Me­dia Group —Brent Kennedy, Bal­ti­more Sun Me­dia Group —Pat Stoet­zer, Bal­ti­more Sun Me­dia Group Bal­ti­more Sun staff con­trib­uted to this ar­ti­cle.

In a matchup of two of the top teams in the Mary­land In­ter­scholas­tic Ath­letic As­so­ci­a­tion ACon­fer­ence, No. 4 Calvert Hall put to­gether a go-ahead, 16-play drive to de­feat No. 3 Arch­bishop Spald­ing, 21-7, on Fri­day.

The win­ning drive spanned the end of the third quar­ter and start of the fourth, eat­ing up more than six min­utes. The Car­di­nals then added an in­surance score three min­utes later.

Calvert Hall, which owns a vic­tory over Henry A. Wise ear­lier this year that ended the Puma’s 43-game win­ning streak, im­proved to 7-1 over­all and 2-1 in the A Con­fer­ence. The Cava­liers fell to 3-2-1 over­all and 1-1 in the con­fer­ence.

Spad­ing’s only score came on an 18-yard touch­down pass from Ausin Tu­tas to Za­kee Wheatley that tied the game in the third quar­ter.

With the game tied at 7 with 4:19 left in the third quar­ter, the Car­di­nals took over at their own 32-yard line. They moved 68 yards on 16 plays and took the lead when Cole Her­bert used a sec­ond ef­fort to get in from the 1 on fourth down. Her­bert kept the drive alive when he caught a pass in the flat and picked up six yards on fourth down from the Spald­ing 40 just eight plays into the drive.

On Spald­ing’s next pos­ses­sion, Jaden Beck­les in­ter­cepted a pass and Sean Tucker scored from 14 yards out on Calvert Hall’s fifth play to make it a two-score game with seven min­utes left.

For a pair of teams used to scor­ing a lot of points, the first half was un­like most of their other games so far this sea­son. Tucker was re­spon­si­ble for the only points of the half when he scored on a 1-yard run late in the first quar­ter to cap off a 10-play, 50-yard drive.

NO. 12 LIB­ERTY 28, NO. 9 WESTMINSTER20: The Lions went up14-0 in the first quar­ter, but the Owls (5-2) erased the deficit and brought the score within eight in the fourth quar­ter. Lib­erty ju­nior Michael Spitz in­ter­cepted a pass with 39.6 sec­onds re­main­ing to se­cure the vis­i­tors’ vic­tory and keep Lib­erty (7-0) un­beaten.

NO. 8 GLENELG 49, LONG REACH 19: Se­nior run­ning back Wande Owens led the host Gla­di­a­tors (7-0) past the Light­ning (4-3).

Owens, who en­tered the game 326 yards short of break­ing Howard County's all-time rush­ing record, car­ried the ball 32 times for 233 yards and a pair of scores. He also threw for a touch­down, hit­ting Eric Gru­ber wide open down the right side­line for a 29-yard catch and run mid­way through the fourth quar­ter.

ST. MARY’S 28, ST. PAUL’S 7: The vis­it­ing Saints (4-3, 3-0 MIAA B Con­fer­ence) ex­tended their win­ning streak to four games by beat­ing the Cru­saders (4-2, 2-1).

NO. 5 BROAD­NECK 48, SOUTH RIVER 30: Fresh­man quar­ter­back Josh Ehrlich com­pleted 16 of 21 passes for 303 yards and six touch­downs as the Bru­ins im­proved to 7-0 by beat­ing the Sea­hawks.

NO. 15 EDGE­WOOD 38, ABERDEEN 8: The Banks cousins, Deonte and Ant­wain, were on dis­play again Fri­day night, lead­ing the Edge­wood Rams (6-1, 4-0) to an 38-8 UCBAC Ch­e­sa­peake Di­vi­sion vic­tory over host Aberdeen (3-4, 2-2). The pair, both se­niors com­bined for more than 300 yards and five touch­downs on the ground.

Deonte Banks (nine car­ries, 159 yards) ripped off a pair of sec­ond quar­ter touch­downs. One cov­ered 50 yards and other, 58 yards.

Ant­wain Banks (10 car­ries, 172 yards), the Rams quar­ter­back, opened the scor­ing with a one-yard sneak in the first quar­ter. He later added a 30-yard scor­ing run be­fore clos­ing out the night with a tremen­dous 97-yard keeper around left end.

Boys soc­cer

NO. 5 EASTERN TECH 2, DUN­DALK 0: Ben Kropp and Liam Wil­son each scored to lead the vis­it­ing Mav­er­icks (10-1-1) past the Owls (5-6-1).

NO. 6 MEADE 2, OLD MILL 1: Erick Anariba and Si­las Baker each scored goals to lead the Mus­tangs (10-1-1) past the host Pa­tri­ots (6-7).

NO. 10 MOUNT HE­BRON 2, CENTENNIAL0: Se­bas­tian To­bar and Vince Broc­col­ino each scored to lead the host Vik­ings (9-2-1) past the Ea­gles (7-4). Mount He­bron led 1-0 in the first half.

NO. 11 BROAD­NECK 5, GLEN BURNIE 0: Tyler Madairy scored twice and Ethan Romito had two as­sists to lead the Bru­ins (10-2) past the host Go­phers (4-6-2).

Girls soc­cer

MARY­VALE 2, C. MIL­TON WRIGHT 0: Katie Smith scored twice in the first half and the host Lions (7-6-1) shut out the Mus­tangs (2-5-4).

JOHN CAR­ROLL 3, SEV­ERN 1: Ju­lianna Smith, Erin Scan­nell and Kelsie Barnard each scored a goal to lead the vis­it­ing Pa­tri­ots (6-3) past the Ad­mi­rals (3-7-1).

GLENELG COUN­TRY 2, BRYN MAWR 0: Ava Swartz had a goal and an as­sist to lead the Drag­ons (2-7) past the vis­it­ing Mawr­tians (5-3).

CH­E­SA­PEAKE-AA 5, AN­NAPO­LIS 1: Sum­mer Smith scored two goals to lead the Cougars (8-4) past the host Pan­thers (2-7).

Field hockey

NO. 8 ARUN­DEL 2, NO. 1 NOTRE DAME PREP 1: Kath­leen Be­van de­flected in a shot from Em­maJ­ef­fries for Arun­del's first score and Emma Jef­fries scored on a pass from Lana Hamil­ton in the fi­nal minute of the first half to lead the Wild­cats (10-3) in an up­set over the host Blaz­ers (14-1), who are the reign­ing In­ter­scholas­tic Ath­letic As­so­ci­a­tion of Mary­land A Con­fer­ence cham­pi­ons.

MARRIOTTS RIDGE 4, CEN­TEN­NIAL 0: Kayla Br­usco scored two goals to lead the host Mus­tangs (7-4) past the Ea­gles (3-8).

Girls vol­ley­ball

NO. 14 ST. PAUL’S 3, NOTRE DAME PREP 0: The Ga­tors (11-3, 9-3 IAAM A Con­fer­ence) beat the Blaz­ers (5-10, 5-8), 25-20, 25-12, 25-23. St. Paul’s was led by Shelby Lu­cas with 13 kills, Jalen Dick­er­son with 10 kills and Abbey Sny­der with 28 as­sists.

Golf

4A-3A DIS­TRICT I TOUR­NA­MENT: Led by fresh­man Jen­nifer Sorkin, the Owls posted a four-player score of 308 to place sec­ond in the team stand­ings — and qual­ify for the state tour­na­ment. Sorkin shook off her strug­gles from ear­lier in the week and fired a 4-over par 75 to fin­ish with the low score among girls.

Owls sopho­more Aaron Sorkin, Jen­nifer’s brother, fin­ished with a 7-over 77 (boys par was 70), while ju­nior Cory Camp­bell and se­nior Nate Bur­nett each shot 78.

Ur­bana won­the team ti­tle with a 303, and joined West­min­ster as the dis­trict’s team qual­i­fiers for states.

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