Here are the scores as compiled by Patch staff from the coaches:
FINAL» JOPPATOWNE 20, C. Milton Wright 0: With a freshman making his starting debut at quarterback, the Mustangs fell to 2–5.
The Mariners' rushing attack led the way to their fourth win.
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FINAL» Aberdeen 42, BEL AIR 8: Christian Carpenter scored three times for the Eagles—two receiving and one on a fumble recovery.
Senior quarterback Kenny Faulcon threw for 270 yards and rushed for another 85 yards and a score.
Austin Bonsall had five catches for 120 yards. O.J. Brown had a 25-yard rushing touchdown and added eight tackles. Brenton Barnes made 13 tackles. Carpenter added 10 tackles.
Aberdeen (5-2 overall, 2-1 UCBAC Chesapeake) hosts Havre de Grace (4-3 overall, 2-2 UCBAC Chesapeake) on Oct. 20.
FINAL» FALLSTON 41, Landsdowne 0: The Cougars rolled on homecoming night to remain unbeaten.
"It was kind of all spread out," head coach Dave Cesky said of the team effort.
FINAL» NORTH HARFORD 42, Havre de Grace 13: Tyler Campbell and Nick Warren each rushed for two touchdowns and the Hawks rolled at home.
The Warriors (4-3 overall, 2-2 UCBAC Chesapeake) opened and closed scoring with touchdown passes from Lavell McCullers to Chris Askew.
In between, the Hawks (6-1 overall, 3-0 UCBAC Chesapeake) rushed for five scores after Ryan Stinar hit Brady Maguire for a 48-yard touchdown pass.
Jon Hammer scored on a four-yard run. Warren scored from one yard out and 37 yards out. Campbell scored on eight- and five-yard runs in the third quarter. He added a two-point run.
Chris King hit five-of-six extra-point attempts.
FINAL» Patterson Mill 23, EDGEWOOD 16: The Huskies recorded two safeties in the win.
FINAL» Harford Tech 8, NORTH EAST 0: The Cobras picked up their first win.
Austin Nierwinski had a 53-yard touchdown run and completed a pass for the two-point conversion.
FINAL» ELKTON 19, Bo Manor 0: Elkton improves to 2-2 in the division, while the Eagles fall to 1-3 in Susquehanna Division play.
FINAL» PERRYVILLE 36, Rising Sun 6: The Panthers moved to 7–0 and tightened their Susquehanna Division lead.
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