Weekend wrap -- O'Brien leads team to conference title
Terps quarterback recruit Danny O’Brien directed East Forsyth (N.C.) to a 31-6 win over High Point Central on Friday.
East had 264 yards of total offense. O'Brien completed 7 of 10 passes for 97 yards and two touchdowns and he also ran for 65 yards. Smith displayed his versatility with a scoring run and a touchdown catch to go with 63 rushing yards.
• Maryland running back commitment Caleb Porzel helped Good Counsel (10-0) to a 44-0 rout of Archbishop Carroll (D.C.). Porzel caught a nine-yard touchdown pass and rushed for 52 yards and two touchdowns.
After stopping Carroll without a first down, GC got the ball back in Lions territory at the 49. [Tyler] Campbell hit Jelani Jenkins with a screen pass, and Jenkins rumbled down to the 3-yard line with a crowd-pleasing run. On the next play, Caleb Porzel took Campbell’s pitch-out to the right and outran the Carroll defender to the pylon for the first of his three touchdowns for the game.
Maryland-bound Adams handled the bulk of the load on offense for Norcross (8-2, 6-2) by carrying the ball 28 times for 149 yards, upping his season total to 1,340 yards.
Stinebaugh gave the Gators the lead for good in the third quarter, catching a tip pass off the hands of Milford Mill wide receiver Tyrek Cheeseboro and returned it the other way.
• UM linebacker commitment Darin Drakeford helped Roosevelt (D.C.) to a 26-14 win over Woodrow Wilson. Drakeford recorded five solo tackles, four assists and one sack, while catching a 43-yard touchdown pass and rushing for 136 yards and two touchdowns on nine carries.
Isaiah Ross had nine tackles and a sack and Archie Timmons had eight to pace the Roosevelt defense.
• Nick Ferrara accounted for five points in St. Anthony’s (N.Y.) 31-14 win over St. Francis Prep.
Down 7-0 going into the second quarter, the Friars were looking for a spark after losing their leader in the first. Nicholas Ferrara got things started with a 38-yard field goal.