Weekend wrap -- Big games for Porzel, Adams
The ensuing punt sailed into the end zone, forcing a touchback. And Good Counsel crushed any momentum the Cadets might have mustered, marching downfield in eight plays to set up a 2-yard touchdown run by Caleb Porzel. The 5-foot-8 Maryland commit tallied a team-high 42 yards on nine carries.
• Maryland’s newest commitment, Theodore Roosevelt (D.C.) linebacker Darin Drakeford, recorded nine solo tackles and two sacks, while rushing for 103 yards and three touchdowns on seven carries in Roosevelt’s 40-12 win over Cardozo.
D.J. Adams rushed for 205 yards and two touchdowns and Norcross held Duluth without a first down until late in the fourth quarter.
Maryland recruit C.J. Brown rushed for 169 yards and passed for 151. Brown scored on a 19-yard run and also threw a 44-yard touchdown pass to Peter Vincente.
University of Maryland-bound David Mackall made 12 tackles, recovered two fumbles and caused a fumble, and D'Andre Gordon caused a fumble.
[Davonte] Farrell's 12-yard touchdown run started a 22-point second quarter explosion for Perry Hall. He threw a 44-yard strike to Wood, and connected with Dave Stinebaugh for a 35-yard score.
[Tom] Schreiber moved St. Anthony’s from his own 16 to the Iona Prep 29 with nine seconds left. After a pair of time outs meant to ice the kicker, Ferrara went out and nailed – with plenty of room to spare – a 46-yard field goal to close the gap to 21-13.
• UM linebacker pledge Ryan Donohue found the end zone once in St. Joseph’s (N.J.) 47-7 win over Greenwich (Conn.).
Senior Ryan Donohue, headed to Maryland, plunged in from 1-yard out to cap St. Joe's opening drive of the second half.
Senior Avery Graham caught a 27-yard touchdown to start the scoring in the second quarter, and junior Pat Isaacs (81 yards on six carries, two touchdowns) and senior Mark Small (192 yards on 17 carries, one touchdown) had big performances.
Johnson, the Dinwiddie linebacker who will play next year at the University of Maryland, had an interception on a pass thrown by wide receiver Bryan Yates on the trick play. His returned the ball 30 yards and ran out the second-quarter clock and the Generals started their homecoming parade.
The Knights’ offense took advantage, scoring 25 unanswered points. [Paul] Pizzuti and Avery Murray scored second quarter rushing TDs to hand their team a 12-7 halftime advantage.
Starting at their own 13, O'Brien got in a rhythm with his receivers, hitting three straight passes, the last one covering 36 yards to running back Josh Kellum. Two plays later, O'Brien found a wide open Spencer Warren for a 2-yard touchdown pass.
The teams will kick off at 3 p.m. at Roosevelt High in Greenbelt.
One recruiting note