High school foot­ball Week 6 roundup

The Calvert Recorder - - Sports -

Calvert 43, McDonough 0

Six dif­fer­ent Cava­liers scored touch­downs as the team cruised to its third straight win, de­feat­ing the Rams on Fri­day night in a South­ern Mary­land Ath­letic Con­fer­ence Ch­e­sa­peake Di­vi­sion game played at Thomas Stone High School in Wal­dorf.

Dre Mack­all led the Calvert rush­ing at­tack with 148 yards and a touch­down on nine car­ries, while Mikka Har­vey, TJ Prather and Gus Aufder­heide also found the end zone on the ground.

Calvert quar­ter­back Michael Flo­ria passed for two touch­downs, with Jeremiah Hol­loway the re­cip­i­ent of a 45-yard scor­ing strike, while Cade Mered­ith hauled in a 14-yard touch­down pass.

The Cava­liers (4-2, 3-0 SMAC Ch­e­sa­peake) will look to run their win­ning streak to four with this Fri­day night’s sched­uled matchup against county ri­val Patux­ent. Kick­off is at 7 p.m. The Pan­thers (2-4, 2-0) de­feated La Plata in Week 6, 23-6.

McDonough (1-5, 0-3) is sched­uled to host West­lake at 7 p.m. Fri­day. The Wolver­ines (42, 2-0) de­feated Lackey in Week 6, 38-14. ANDY STATES

Patux­ent 23, La Plata 6

Af­ter open­ing their sea­son with four straight losses, the Pan­thers won their sec­ond in a row with the com­fort­able SMAC Ch­e­sa­peake Di­vi­sion win over the vis­it­ing War­riors.

While Patux­ent was able to cel­e­brate its first win streak of the sea­son, the loss was the fifth straight set­back for La Plata since it soundly de­feated Cross­land of Prince Ge­orge’s County in a non­con­fer­ence matchup in the sea­son’s first week.

Patux­ent (2-4, 2-0 SMAC Ches- apeake) is sched­uled to travel to Calvert this Fri­day night. Kick­off is at 7 p.m. Calvert (4-2, 3-0) shut out McDonough in Week 6, 43-0.

La Plata (1-5, 0-3) is sched­uled to host Thomas Stone at 7 p.m. Fri­day. The Cougars (3-3, 1-1) fell to Hunt­ing­town in Week 6, 36-7. ANDY STATES

North Point 34, North­ern 24

In a clash of two teams poised to reach the post­sea­son in their re­spec­tive brack­ets, the Ea­gles with­stood a late rally from the vis­it­ing Pa­tri­ots to pre­vail, 34-24, in a SMAC Po­tomac Di­vi­sion con­test on Fri­day night in Wal­dorf.

North Point (6-0, 3-0 SMAC Po­tomac) kept its per­fect record in­tact head­ing into this week­end’s clash with fel­low un­beaten St. Charles by break­ing a 10-10 dead­lock by scor­ing twice in the sec­ond quar­ter and added an­other 10 points in the third quar­ter for a 34-10 lead.

North­ern (4-2, 1-2) ral­lied with two touch­downs in the fourth quar­ter to get close, cour­tesy of a suc­cess­ful on­sides kick.

“I thought we came out and did a lot of good things in the sec­ond quar­ter and the sec­ond half,” North Point coach Tom Pe­tre said. “We put a few drives to­gether and hit on some big plays and I felt pretty good go­ing into the fourth quar­ter. But coach [Steve] Crounse over at North­ern al­ways has his guys ready and they got a touch­down in the fourth quar­ter and pulled off an on­sides kick and got an­other touch­down late. His teams never quit and they got back in it, but I thought we played well.”

North Point quar­ter­back Asa Wil­liams com­pleted 5 of 17 passes for 129 yards and two scores, con­nect­ing with De­an­dre Bev­erly on an 80-yard strike and then he hit Ma­lik Lawrence for 44 yards and an­other score. Wil­liams also rushed nine times for 29 yards and Corey John­son car­ried 11 times for 82 yards and two scores.

North Point will travel to St. Charles for a 7 p.m. con­test Fri­day against a Spar­tans team (60, 2-0) which trounced Leonard­town, 53-0, in Week 6.

North­ern fresh­man quar­ter­back Zach Crounse com­pleted 8 of 20 passes for 155 yards and one touch­down while throw­ing two in­ter­cep­tions. Nick Ol­son was 4 of 7 for 69 yards and two touch­downs and one in­ter­cep­tion.

Keith Parks rushed 16 rimes for 42 yards and R.J. Den­nis car­ried 12 times for 43 yards. Luke Wooldridge had three re­cep­tions for 39 yards, while Ju­lian Colon, Rex Flem­ing and J.P. Gross each had one re­cep­tion for a touch­down. TED BLACK

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