Weekend wrap – Hendy stands out in loss
Maryland recruited Jeremiah Hendy as a defensive back, but the Bowie senior made a big impact on the other side of the ball Friday.
The Bulldogs dropped a 13-10 overtime game to C.H. Flowers, but the future Terp did serious damage at wide receiver.
[Bowie quarterback Jordan] Maslanik had a big day for the Bulldogs, passing for 231 yards including 146 to star wide receiver Jeremiah Hendy, who caught a 72-yard touchdown pass.
[Devin] Sullivan’s pass was swiped by Pope John linebacker Cole Farrand near the Morris Hills 45, and Farrand headed all the way down the left sideline for a touchdown.
Tyler Cierski had two TD runs and Keshawn Bussey also scored one touchdown for Mill Creek.
• Maryland athlete commitment Delonte Morton was out with a sprained ankle in DeMatha's 35-10 loss to Gilman, which saw Greyhounds quarterback Darius Jennings rush for 270 yards and two touchdowns.
Recruited by nearly two dozen division I schools, including Maryland and Virginia, Jennings dared the DeMatha defense to stop him. During the Greyhounds' first scoring drive, Jennings ran the ball seven of eleven plays - all from a spread formation.