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MoCo Football Week 5 - Rest of the Best

by MoCoFootball Staff on 10/01/11

Northwood Gladiators 42 - Blair Blazers 0
The #BattleoftheBLVD was ugly. Northwood went Maximus Decimus Beatdownarus on Blair scoring on offense, defense, and special teams. Northwood's Al Bangura christened the game returning a kickoff 80 yards for a touchdown.Sophomore QB Charles Hennessey threw for three touchdown passes (two to Malcolm Brent, one to Nick Shelton). Thomas Miller scooped up a fumble and rumbled it 37 yards for a score. The Gladiators improve to 3-2 while the Blazers are a dismal 0-5.
Rest of the Best 1 2 3 4 F
-- Northwood (3-2) 22 07 13 00 42
-- Blair (0-5) 00 00 00 00 00

Blake Bengals 40 - Wheaton Knights 26
Blake's three wins ties the amount of wins the program had in 2009; which is also the most wins they have had in the last six years. The 40 points the Bengals scored was the most in a game since scoring 48 points against another Silver Spring team, Kennedy, in 2010. Wheaton falls to 1-4.

Einstein Titans 28 - Magruder Colonels 0
After a scoreless 1st quarter, the Titans (3-2) finally get on the board with Elijah Thomas getting in from four-yards out. QB Sean Loftus scores his first of two touchdowns in the 3rd quarter by running it from the three-yard line. Loftus' other touchdown was a 4th quarter pass to Keith Hollister. Peter Ngoh makes the biggest play of the night reaching paydirt from midfield. Einstein's first-year head coach Jermaine Howell is one game away from tying last year's win total. The 3-2 start ties Mike Bonavia for the season's best first-year head coach records. Magruder loses their 4th straight game of the season. This is the Colonels' second shutout loss this season. The last time they got to the endzone more than once in a game was on week 1.
Rest of the Best 1 2 3 4 F
-- Einstein (3-2) 00 07 14 07 28
-- Magruder (1-4) 00 00 00 00 00

Richard Montgomery Rockets 21 - Kennedy Cavaliers 6
RM's defense had the Cavs deep in their own territory that allowed Carlos Chiza to intercept a throw and return it 20 yards for a score. The biggest play of the night was Steven Burchett's 62-yard touchdown pass to Alfred Beatty. Kennedy's lone score came from Marvin Galdamez' 10-yard pass to Trey Lefeged. The Rockets' two wins ties the most wins the program has had since 2007. The Cavs (0-5) are looking for their first win since 2009. In a losing effort, they were able to hold RM to its best defensive stand at 21 points and losing by a season's best 15 points.
Rest of the Best 1 2 3 4 F
-- R. Montgomery (2-3) 07 00 14 00 21
-- Kennedy (0-5) 00 00 06 00 06

Watkins Mill Wolverines 40 - Rockville Rams 0
'Rines Junior QB Patrick Schlosser threw for three touchdowns including a 54-yarder to Deontay George (7 receptions, 140 yards) in WM's biggest win since their season opener. Schlosser's 223 yards is a career game high. The 'Rines improve to 2-3. Rockville (0-5) has been outscore 80-0 in the last two games in their worst start since 2003. The Rams have scored 26 points total in five games.
Rest of the Best 1 2 3 4 F
-- Watkins Mill (2-3) 13 06 14 07 40
-- Rockville (0-5) 00 00 00 00 00

Whitman Vikings 35 - B-CC Barons 0
Vikings QB Michael Flack was effective on the ground with his three rushing touhdowns in week 5's battle of Bethesda teams. Val Djidotor led all rushers with his 113 yards in 10 carries; one of his runs went 43 yards for a score. Vikings 3-2 are likely to enter the Elite-8 rankings for week 6. B-CC's Jordahn Brown rushed 11 times for 81 yards. The Barons (2-3) are 1-3 in their last four games and are outscored 131 to 7 in their three loses.
Rest of the Best 1 2 3 4 F
-- Whitman (3-2) 00 07 21 07 35
-- B-CC (2-3) 00 00 00 00 00

Wootton Patriots 7 - Walter Johnson Wildcats 3
The Patriots (3-2) were 18 points below their scoring average against the Wildcats. QB Chris Papadopoulos' 2nd quarter strike to Joe Kelly was the only trip to the endzone for either teams. WJ kicker Collin Carrol's 36-yard field goal in the very same quarter made for a quiet game for the announcer. Wootton's Miles Green led all receivers with his seven catch, 57 yard performance. WJ's Bryan England went 6-for-13 with five of those passes going to Elad Covaliu. The Wildcats fall to 1-4.
Rest of the Best 1 2 3 4 F
-- Wootton (3-2) 00 07 00 00 07
-- W. Johnson (1-4) 00 03 00 00 03

South Hagerstown Rebels 53 - Poolesville Falcons 20
Thomas Gray, DeAndre Parrott, and Kirby Carmack combined to score the most touchdowns in a game this season for the Falcons but giving up 53 to the 2-2 Rebels won't do it. The 0-5 Falcons are still searching for a win in head coach Will Grant's debut season. Their next five opponents are a combined 7-19. Their three MoCo opponents- Kennedy, Wheaton, and Rockville- are a combined 1-15.
Rest of the Best 1 2 3 4 F
-- S. Hagerstown 21 06 13 13 53
-- Poolesville (0-5) 00 07 07 06 20

-Mike Cornejo
sources: The Washington Post, The Gazette
Matthew Miller and Gerard Cornejo contributed to this report.

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