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Avalon pounds M.S.D 42-0

FREDERICK - The Avalon Black Knights found their ground game for the first time this season Friday as they defeated the Maryland School for the Deaf Orioles 42-0 in a Capital Area Football Conference clash.

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MoCoVox staff picks high school winners

The Rev Hef:

Blair @ Sherwood - Sherwood

Blake @ Paint Branch - Blake

Damascus @ Northwood - Damascus

Gaithersburg @ Watkins Mill - Watkins Mill

Magruder @ Wheaton - Wheaton

North Hartford @ Einstein - Einstein

Poolesville @ Kennedy - Kennedy

Q.O. @ Whitman - Q.O.

R.M. @ Northwest - R.M.

Seneca Valley @ Rockville - Seneca Valley

Springbrook @ Clarksburg - Springbrook

Walter Johnson @ Churchill - Churchill

Wootton @ B-CC - B-CC

Mt. St. Joseph @ Landon - St. Joe

Good Counsel @ Calvert Hall - Good Counsel

Gonzaga @ G. Prep - Gonzaga

Bullis @ St. Mary’s Annapolis - St. Mary's

Avalon @ M.S.D - Avalon

 

Nikki Ninja

Blair @ Sherwood - Sherwood

Blake @ Paint Branch - Paint Branch

Damascus @ Northwood - Damascus

Gaithersburg @ Watkins Mill - Gaithersburg

Magruder @ Wheaton - Wheaton

North Hartford @ Einstein - North Hartford

Poolesville @ Kennedy - Poolesville

Q.O. @ Whitman - Q.O

R.M. @ Northwest - Northwest

Seneca Valley @ Rockville - Seneca Valley

Springbrook @ Clarksburg - Springbrook

Walter Johnson @ Churchill - Churchill

Wootton @ B-CC - Wootton

Mt. St. Joseph @ Landon - Landon

Good Counsel @ Calvert Hall - Good Counsel

Gonzaga @ G. Prep - Prep

Bullis @ St. Mary’s Annapolis - Bullis

Avalon @ M.S.D - Avalon

 

Wyatt The Intern

Blair @ Sherwood - Sherwood

Blake @ Paint Branch - Blake

Damascus @ Northwood - Damascus

Gaithersburg @ Watkins Mill - Gaithersburg

Magruder @ Wheaton - Wheaton

North Hartford @ Einstein - Einstein

Poolesville @ Kennedy - Poolesville

Q.O. @ Whitman - Q.O.

R.M. @ Northwest - Northwest

Seneca Valley @ Rockville - Seneca Valley

Springbrook @ Clarksburg - Springbrook

Walter Johnson @ Churchill - Churchill

Wootton @ B-CC - Wootton

Mt. St. Joseph @ Landon -Landon

Good Counsel @ Calvert Hall - Good Counsel

Gonzaga @ G. Prep - Gonzaga

Bullis @ St. Mary’s Annapolis - Bullis

Avalon @ M.S.D - AVALON!

 

Brennan the editor

Blair @ Sherwood - Blair

Blake @ Paint Branch - Paint Branch

Damascus @ Northwood - Damascus

Gaithersburg @ Watkins Mill - Gaithersburg

Magruder @ Wheaton - Wheaton

North Hartford @ Einstein - N. Hartford

Poolesville @ Kennedy - Poolesville

Q.O. @ Whitman - Q.O.

R.M. @ Northwest - Northwest

Seneca Valley @ Rockville - Seneca

Springbrook @ Clarksburg - Springbrook

Walter Johnson @ Churchill - Churchill

Wootton @ B-CC - Wootton

Mt. St. Joseph @ Landon - St. Joe

Good Counsel @ Calvert Hall - Good Counsel

Gonzaga @ G. Prep - Gonzaga

Bullis @ St. Mary’s Annapolis - Bullis

Avalon @ M.S.D - Avalon

ALL the weekend high school football scores

Gaithersburg – 32

Sherwood – 7

 

Churchill – 15

B-CC – 25

 

Quince Orchard – 35

Clarksburg – 7

 

Damascus –  49

Einstein – 22

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St. Johns smacks Bullis

BullisPOTOMAC – Bullis simply had no answer for St. John’s senior Will Ulmer.

The Maryland-bound quarterback ran for three scores Friday to lead the Cadets to a 42-0 road victory over the Bulldogs at Kline Stadium.

Ulmer finished with 105 yards rushing on nine carries and completed 6-of-8 passes for 97 yards.

“We came out here and executed and do what we do best,” said Ulmer. “We got a new term – get on board. No one is off board, we’re all on the same boat.”

St. John’s (2-0) scored early in the first quarter when linebacker Kenneth Brooks returned an interception 38 yards for a score to give the Cadets a 7-0 lead with 9:05 remaining.

Ulmer scored on a 27-yard run in the first quarter and then added a 37-yard touchdown and a one-yard scamper in the second period to help St. John’s take a 35-0 lead at halftime.

“They’re a great football team,” said Bullis head coach Pat Cilento. “They really are. We knew coming in it would take a miracle. We had five starters out.”

St. John’s running back Maurice Harley also scored on a one-yard run and defensive end Nigel Rowser returned an interception 75 yards for a touchdown to complete the rout.

Meanwhile, Bullis (0-1) played without star tailback Devonte Williams who was sidelined after undergoing emergency surgery but the Division I prospect is expected to be in uniform when the Bulldogs travel to Annapolis to play St. Mary’s on September 12.

Avalon drops season opener 24-12

 

Avalon CrestFalls Church, Va. – The Black Knights of Avalon did not get the start to the season they were hoping for, struggling offensively in a 24-12 loss to the Potomac School Panthers.

Though quarterback Wyatt Karem finished 13-22 for 133 yards and two scores, the team failed to get the running game going—the Black Knights rushed -4 yards on 30 rushes.

“Our offense was just too disorganized with too many missed assignments. We are awfully thin, and when you are thin some disorganization comes into play so that was on me,” said Avalon head coach Tad Shields. “We have just got to be better prepared in the future. We were playing a team that is a good team, that is our equal or better. We had to play a good game and we did not.”

The first sign it would be a long night for the Avalon offense came early in the first quarter after Potomac failed to convert a fourth down on its first drive of the game. Avalon took over on its own 26 yard line, and on the first play of the drive got called for offensive pass interference. Two plays later Karem found himself scrambling and ended up fumbling the ball, which rolled out of the end zone for a safety.

The Potomac offense had the advantage in field position as it began eight drives at its own 41 yard line or further. The offense found success moving the ball, but it struggled to get points on the board in the first half as the Avalon defense held tough, forcing two punts and recovering a fumble.

Potomac finally scored its first touchdown of the game with 7:28 left in the second quarter when running back Jalen Broome scored from six yards out. After the extra point, Potomac led 9-0, where the score would stay until the fourth quarter. Broome finished the game with three touchdowns, and led a rushing attack which finished with 202 yards.

“I was hyped,” Broome said after the game. “I was just ready to make plays whenever I got the ball.”

Despite a rough first half, the Black Knights fought back and showed resiliency in the second half.

After the Avalon defense forced and a recovered a second fumble by Potomac, Karem and the offense took over on the Potomac 41 yard line. Karem drove the team down to the goal line. On third and goal the defense rushed Karem, but he scrambled to the left and threw across his body to find senior Isaac Boyd in the back of the end zone for a touchdown with 11:54 left in the game. After a failed two-point conversion, Avalon found itself trailing 9-6.

The defense forced a three-and-out on the ensuing possession, and Avalon took over on its own 22 yard line after the punt. With momentum on its side, the team felt like they had a chance to drive down the field and tie the game. However, the offense failed to move the ball on its first three plays. On fourth down Avalon attempted a fake punt, but Boyd was called down at his own 15 yard line when his knee touched the ground as he received the low snap.

Potomac took advantage of the blunder when Broome punched the ball in for his second touchdown from five yards out, which gave the team a 16-6 lead after the extra point.

Avalon scored a touchdown on its next drive when Karem drove the team down the field and found running back Khamari Williams in the end zone from 23 yards out. Williams finished with three catches, 45 yards and one score. Avalon would fail the two-point try.

The Black Knights attempted an onside kick, but Mike Thompson recovered the ball for the Panthers. On the very next play Broome ran it through the middle of the defense from 47 yards out for his third touchdown. The Panthers converted the two-point conversion and found themselves leading 24-12, which is where the score would stand.

Though a loss is not how the Black Knights wanted to begin their season, Karem said he is still optimistic. The defense played well in allowing only 24 points despite being on the field so much, he said, and the team displayed resiliency in the second half.

“One thing about this team is when we get gut-checked we are going to come back fighting hard,” Karem said. “This was a gut check and so we are going to come back pissed off, fired up and going to go out and win the rest of games.”

 

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