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Week 10 Rundown

by MoCoFootball Staff on 11/11/11

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Magruder (2-8)

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#1 Quince Orchard (10-0)

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Box Score | Story: Matt Papuchis, Patch | Photos | Video | Halftime: QO 27-0

QO-- Junior RB Tyrell Williams led the Cougars with his season high 83 yards rushing in 7 carries. Mark Green rushed for 72 yards and two TDs. Billy Plante went 12-for-23 for 121 yards and 1 touchdown plus a 15-yard rushing score. Matt Choi led all Cougars receivers with 6 receptions for 53 yards and a touchdown.

Watkins Mill (4-6)

7

#2 Seneca Valley (9-1)

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Box Score | Story | Photos: Jeffrey Vogt / Reggie Hildred | Video | Halftime: tie 0-0

Coach Kim considered this one of the most sloppiest game he's ever seen. In the end, The Valley secures the top seed in the mighty 3A West. Darius Lewis, the only player from SV to reach the endzone, led all rushers with 58 yards on the ground.

Whitman (5-5)

8

#3 Paint Branch (9-1)

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Box Score | Story: Dan Greenberg, Gazette | Photos: Toni L. Sandys | Video: CSNWashington | Halftime: PB 17-0

Panthers scored 3 times with special teams: a 22y FG (Sam Stewart), a 53y punt return (Ortiz Jones), and a 75y KO return (Thomas Handy). Whitman's Michael Flack was scored the only TD for the Vikes; Val Djidotor was kept out of the endzone. The Vikings were a win-lose team this year failing to register a win streak of more than one, but also doing a great job of having a losing streak that extends to 2 or more games.

#4 Churchill (9-1)

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#5 Sherwood (6-4)

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Box Score | Story: James Peters, Gazette | Photos | Video | Halftime: Churchill 14-3

Bulldogs had a pair of 100+ yard rushers tonight with Curtis Kamara (132, 1 TD) and Lansana Keita (109, 1 TD). This is Churchill's best record since winning 10 in 2004. Churchill eliminates Sherwood out of playoff contention. This is the first time in seven years that the Warriors failed to win at least 10 games.

#6 Damascus (8-2)

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Northwood (4-6)

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Box Score | Story | Photos | Video | Halftime: Damascus 6-0

The only points scored in the first half was Damascus' Jalen Christian's 20y interception return for a TD. Swarmin' Hornets QB Chase Williams would throw 2 TDs to Jake Christian and the home team holds Northwood to one score and secure another playoff berth.

Einstein (4-6)

14

#7 Blake (7-3)

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Box Score | Story: Ian Quillen, Gazette | Photos | Video | Halftime: Blake 14-7

Bengals' Will Scott was the anonymous offensive MVP by rushing 19 times for 112 yards and two TDs. Blake's 7 wins is the most in program's history.

Springbrook (5-5)

20

#8 Clarksburg (5-5)

13

Box Score | Story: Aaron Carter, Wash Post | Photos | Video: CSNWashington | Halftime: Springbrook 7-6

The season had ended in disastrous proportions for the Coyotes after losing Mike Sheehan to injury. Springbrook's Xavier Nelson rushed for 125 yards in 10 carries including 2 TDs. Brion Robinson rushed 9 yards short of a 100 but did reach paydirt once.

Walter Johnson (2-8)

14

B-CC (6-4)

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Box Score | Story: Kent Zakour, Gazette | Photos | Video: CSNWashington | Halftime: BCC 6-0

Diondre Anderson and Cory Applequist both scored a pair of rushing touchdowns for the visiting Barons. Walter Johnson was able to score 14 points in two minutes in the 4th quarter to cut the B-CC lead 21-14 but an interception and a 2-yard run for another touchdown seals it for B-CC and their first playoff appearance since 1995.

Blair (0-10)

13

Kennedy (3-7)

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Box Score | Story | Photos | Video | Halftime: Kennedy 13-7

The Cavaliers' Emmanuel St. Jean scores twice via a reception and an interception return. St. Jean had 89 receiving yards. Trey Lefeged caught 5 for 64 yards, and a score. Adeon Addison led the Cavs with his 104 rushing yards on the ground. QB Marvin Galdamez went 15-for-19 and 180 yards. Kennedy's 3 wins is the program's best since winning 8 in 2007 under Gunnard Twyner.

Northwest (5-5)

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Richard Montgomery (5-5)

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Box Score | Story: John Harris III, Gazette | Photos | Video: WUSA9 | Halftime: NW 27-0

Jaguars QB Matty Callahan threw for 195 yards and 4 TDs, two of them to Byron Pittman. RB Simon Michnick ran for 93 yards including a 73y run in the 3rd quarter. Jags just misses out on the playoffs with BCC winning over WJ. This is the 3rd year in a row without a playoff berth for NW. The Rockets' five wins ties the program's best W/L record in the last five years.

Poolesville (4-6)

21

Rockville (0-10)

14

Box Score | Story | Photos | Video | Halftime: Poolesville 14-0

Rams RB Kristopher Platt led all rushers with his 169 yards on the ground, 1 TD. Falcons' RB Nikolay Henxe rushed 31 times for 109 yards. QB Kirby Carmack was 8-for-12 and 109 yards, 2 TDs. WR Jonah Hessels caught 4 passes from Hessels for 46 yards. Poolesville's 4 wins is the best since winning nine in 2005 with Larry Hurd at head coach. Coach Kevin Bernot goes winless in his 3rd year as head coach of the Rams after leading the program with a 16-5 record in his first two years at the helm.

Lackey (5-5)

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Wheaton (1-9)

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Box Score | Story | Photos | Video | Halftime: Lackey 28-0

Wheaton's lone win in the season was against winless Blair in week three. Knights were shutout in four contests this year.

Gaithersburg (5-5)

40

Wootton (4-6)

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Box Score | Story: Josh Barr, Wash Post | Photos | Video | Halftime: Gaithersburg 21-0

Gaithersburg RB Larry Kpadehyea rushed for 130 yards and scored his touchdown off a 30-yard INT in the 4th quarter. QB Lincon Reyes went 10-for-13 and 204 yards and five TDs. Three of his TD passes went to Billy Brown who caught 5 passes for 135 yards. Reye's two other TD passes went to Simba Gwashavanhu. Wootton QB Chris Papadopoulos was 20-for-31, 218 yards through the air, and 2 TDs. One of them went to Curt Brooks (10 receptions, 96y) and the other to Miles Green (2 receptions, 58y). Trojans sneak into the playoffs after winning their last game.

Episcopal (3-5)

7

Bullis (9-1)

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Box Score | Story | Photos | Video | Halftime: Bullis 14-0

Bulldogs RB Kevin Jones rushed for 147 yard and 4 TDs in three quarters. QB Kylor Bellistri also topped the century rushing mark running for 133 yards and a TD. Bellistri was 6/6 in XPTs. Bullis wins the IAC title.

Avalon (9-1)

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Central Md Christian (3-7)

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Box Score | Story | Photos | Video | Halftime: n/a

Central Md Christian opted for the forfeit.

Good Counsel (10-0)

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Archbishop Carroll (4-5)

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Box Score | Story | Photos | Video: CSNWashington | Halftime: Good Counsel 14-0

Falcons' second shutout win in four games. Falcons' RB Dorian O'Daniel rushed for 154 yards and 2 TDs. Fellow Falcon RB Wes Brown rushed 12 times for 142 yards and a TD. Highly touted wide receiver Stefon Diggs caught two passes for 63 yards, 1 TD.

Landon (5-4)

7

Georgetown Prep (4-6)

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Box Score | Story | Photos | Video | Halftime: tie 7-7

Hoyas RB Dominic Bryan 182 rushing yards in 22 carries and 1 TD. Teammate Tene Samuto 157 rushing yards in 11 carries, 2 TDs. Landon QB Charlie Schneider went 14-for-29 for 184 yards and 1 TD. Seven of his passes were completed to Joe McDonald for 109 yards.

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