Weekend wrap – Terps recruit Ross runs wild
The first game of Brandon Ross' senior season was a memorable one.
The Maryland-bound running back powered the Charter School of Wilmington (Del.) to a 46-20 win over St. Georges.
Brandon Ross rushed for 181 yards with two touchdowns and caught one touchdown pass for Charter.
Ross' receiving touchdown was on a 10-yard pass, while his rushing scores came from 69 and 82 yards out.
The Stags took a 20-12 lead on Michael Branthover's 49-yard field goal at the end of the first half, but they lost starting running back Delonte Morton to what DeMatha Coach Bill McGregor called a severe ankle sprain, which forced him from the field for X-rays.
Leak broke a botched punt snap for a big first down early to put Parkwood on the way to its first score and snagged a near impossible pass on the sideline for a first down later. But with Parkwood driving late in the second quarter, Leak went down with an apparent ankle injury not to return.
Point Boro followed with a 36-yard drive as Dunbar threw a 20-yard touchdown pass to tight end Ryan Malleck to make it 8-0.
Jordan Maslanik connected with wide receiver Jeremiah Hendy for 13 yards, and on the next play he hit James Johnson on a deep post pattern for a 67-yard touchdown pass. Another Holmes extra point gave the visitors a 14-7 lead.