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September 5, 2011

Weekend wrap – Riddle unstoppable in win

The first game of Joe Riddle's senior season was a memorable one.

The Maryland-bound athlete powered Linganore to a big win over South Carroll on Friday night.

The Lancers' senior tailback, who is bound for the University of Maryland next year, flashed his Division I speed and showed his hometown fans why the Terrapins went after him. Riddle ran for 232 yards and a pair of touchdowns as Linganore pulled away from the Cavaliers 28-6, snapping SC's 14-game regular-season winning streak.

• Terps commitments Perry Hills and Anthony Nixon helped Pittsburgh Central Catholic to a 20-17 win over Archbishop Wood.

The game appeared to be swinging towards Central Catholic's favor when Hills (6-of-13, 122 yards) hooked up with fellow Maryland recruit Anthony Nixon (4 rec., 75 yards) on a 33-yard touchdown pass with 2:41 left in the third quarter, capping a 13-play, 76-yard, 6:10-drive. Nixon caught three of his four passes on that drive.

• UM quarterback recruit Caleb Rowe had a monster game in Blue Ridge's 57-0 win over Eastside (S.C.).

Rowe finished the game with six touchdown passes, three to Bryton Griffin and the other three to younger brother Brennon.

• Terps linebacker pledge Shawn Petty directed Eleanor Roosevelt to a 35-6 win over Norview High in Norfolk, Va.

Quarterback Shawn Petty completed 6 of 14 passes for 170 yards and two touchdowns. He also scored touchdowns on runs of 16 and 4 yards. Petty tossed a 74-yard scoring pass to Tyrone Temoney, who had three catches for 153 yards and two touchdowns.

Amba Etta-Tawo was McEachern's leading receiver in the Indians' 20-13 win over Lowndes (Ga.).

Etta-Tawo caught six passes for 82 yards.

• Maryland cornerback recruit Sean Davis caught five passes for 116 yards, rushed three times for 63 yards, scored four touchdowns and a 2-point conversion in Maret's 48-0 win over Model (D.C.).

• UM linebacker commitment Brock Dean found the end zone once in Bishop McDevitt's 28-7 loss to Gateway (Pa.).

Bishop McDevitt tied it with 10 minutes left in the half on Brock Dean's 1-yard run.

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About Matt Bracken

Matt Bracken was a lightly recruited football and tennis prospect out of East Lansing (Mich.) High School in 2001, but spurned all (nonexistent) scholarship offers to attend the University of Michigan. Matt graduated from UM in 2005, earned a master's degree in new media journalism from Northwestern University in 2006, and spent the first 11 months of his career as an online producer / videographer / blogger at the Arizona Daily Star in Tucson. He has worked at The Baltimore Sun since July 2007, where he currently serves as the deputy sports editor for digital.

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