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Week 6 Post-Game Rundown

by MoCoFootball Staff on 10/06/11

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#1 Quince Orchard (6-0)31 #8 Whitman (3-3)10
The Vikes had a hard time holding on to the ball and the Cougars took advantage and got up on the home team 17-0. Whitman would get into the endzone before halftime with Val Djidotor's 64-yard run in the 2nd Q to cut the QO lead to 17-10 Cougs. Mark Green (133 yards, 3 TDs) would later score two unanswered touchdowns in the 3rd to silence Marco Stadium for the rest of the night. Cougars' QB Lucas Bogart went 12-18; 129 yards with 1 rushing TD. D'Andre Johnson was Bogart's best target with 75 yards receiving. Vikes' playmaker Michael Flack was limited to 77 total yards; 37 of those rushing. Djidotor had 98 yards total on the ground. Video via CSN-Washington
#2 Seneca Valley (5-1)42 Rockville (0-6)0
The punishment was sparked with Kevin Joppy's 88-yard kickoff return for a TD to start the game. RB James Jones-Williams rushed 9 times for 147 yards and 2 TDs. Junior Arcaro was 5/5 in XTPs. SV led the game 28-0 in the first quarter, 42-0 at halftime. It was the Eagles' first shutout of the season. SV defense allows county-low 5.8 points per game. Rockville has been outscored 122-0 in their last three games.
#3 Paint Branch (5-1)56 B-CC (2-4)32
Bene't Willis scores five TDs: (2 rush, 2 receiving, 1 kickoff return) 97 yards receiving. Thomas Handy 13.8 yards per carry. 96 yards receiving and 2 TDs. David Smith threw for 250 yards, 3 TDs. Two Barons running backs eclipsed the 100-yard mark. Diondre Anderson for 153 yards and Cory Applequist with 101. All three of Anderson's TDs came in the 4th quarter. PB scored twice in special teams (a blocked punt returned for a TD by Manyo Ojong-Nkiri and an 80-yard kickoff return by Willis).
#4 Churchill (5-1)41 Northwest (2-4)35
Jags were down 28-7 at one point. Northwest rallies to tie the game at 28-28 with 3:31 left in the game. Churchill's Lansana Keita (283 yards passing, 5 TDs: 4 pass, 1 rush) connects with Dillon Nussbaum 8 secs later to go up 35-28 but the Jags tie the game at 35-35 from Matty Callahan's pass to Josh McDonald with 1:40 remaining in regulation. Churchill attempts a FG at 4th-&-6 on NW's 18-yard line with under 30-secs to go but the holder botches the snap. NW takes a knee to force the game into overtime. Dominique Williams would intercept Callahan's throw in OT. Williams (4 catches for 67 yards) later catches a 10-yard fade from Keita for the win. Matty Callahan was 30-45, 316 yards and 4 TDs. Jags' Joshua Gills caught 12 passes for 92 yards. Churchill's Quan Gill caught 4 for 139 yards. Curtis Kamara was limited to 42 yards rushing. Video via CSN-Washington.
Clarksburg (4-2)26 #5 Gaithersburg (4-2)21
With 2:26 left on the clock down 21-20, Clarksburg's Mike Sheehan throws an interception on 4th-&-11. Solomon Vault fumbles the ball from their own 21-yard line which Clarksburg recovers. Stefan Houston would later get in the endzone to give the Coyotes a 26-21 lead and eventually the win. Houston rushed for 102 yards and 2 TDs on the ground plus a 22-yard INT for another TD. Mike Sheehan threw for 169 yards and a TD. Lincon Reyes (215 passing yards) scores 3 TDs (2 rush, 1 pass) Trojans 0-2 since 4-0 start.

County Analyst Matt Miller: "Houston was an animal. He was the best player on the field without question. He had 100+ rushing yards and 2 touchdowns to go along with a two point conversion, a 22 yard interception return for a TD, nearly 100 yards receiving and probably 10+ tackles including 2 or 3 sacks. He was unstoppable on both sides of the ball and put on the single best performance I've seen from one player all season long." Video via CSN-Washington

#6 Sherwood (4-2)38 Magruder (1-5)0
It was only 14-0 Sherwood at halftime. Three different Warriors rushed for TDs in this game: Fernando Smith (89 rushyards total), Ryan Marine, and Joshua Yagel. Magruder's Tyrii Jackson was 4-for-9 66 yards passing. His first quarter interception was returned 96 yards for a score by Richie Dipietro. The Colonels has been shutout twice in a row (3 shutout losses for the year). The most points they've scored in a game was 14 in week 1 vs WJ.
#7 Damascus (5-1)41 Walter Johnson (1-5)28
Eddie Cooke accounted for 23 points by scoring 3 TDs (2 pass, 1 rush) and kicking 5 XPTs. Zach Bradshaw caught two TD passes from Cooke. WJ's Gus Gill threw for 188 yards and rushed for 47. He accounted for 2 TDs (1 pass, 1 rush). Elad Covaliu caught six passes from Gill for 90 yards. RB Andrew Pitsenberger rushed for 66 yards, 1 TD. Video via CSN-Washington
Watkins Mill (3-3)26 Einstein (3-3)6
This game was Fox 5's Game of the Week. All-Around athlete Deontray George got off to a hot start scoring twice early in the first half taking advantage of an Einstein turnover just outside the green zone. The 'Rines was up by 16 at one point with points coming off a snap that went over the endzone for a safety and a free kick returned by George for another score. Watkins Mill still remains a MoCo Top 5 defense having allowed just 7.8 points per game. Watkins Mill is 2 games away from tying last season's record. Einstein may have lost big but they are still one of the county's toughest and underrated despite a first-year coach in Jermaine Howell.
Springbrook (4-2)17 Blair (0-6)6
Blue Devils' Brion Robinson accounted for 210 yards (125 rushing). His three completions to Tayvon Ross and Brandon Creary combined for 85 yards. Creary rushed 8 times for 53 yards, 2 TDs. Blair's lone score was Peter Gordon's 20-yard run to paydirt.
Northwood (4-2)22 Kennedy (0-6)14
Tied at 7-7 at halftime, the Cavs opened up the 2nd half with Emilio Beatley's 75-yard kickoff return for a TD. The Gladiators would score two unanswered TDs in the 3rd for the win. Charles Hennessey threw for 229 yards and 2 TDs (16y to Nick Shelton, and 10y to Malcolm Brent), Shelton's 6 receptions were good for 104 yards. Kennedy's Trey Lefeged caught 5 passes for 90 yards.
Blake (4-2)33 Wootton (3-3)30
Pats led 17-13 at halftime. After a stalemate in scores in the 3rd, Blake would score a TD in the 4th with William Sewell and grind another one in with Justin Ingram with less than 2 minutes left in regularion to put the Bengals up by 10. Sewell led all rushers with 100 yards and 2 TDs. Teammate Justin Ingram would rush for 73 yards in 7 carries. Wootton QB Chris Papadopoulos was 21-for-32, 216 yards, 2 TDs. His best target was Curt Brooks who caught 12 of Papadopoulos' passes (including the 2 TDs) for 182 yards. RB Sam Zacks rushed for 73 yards, 2 TDs. Bengals' 4 wins so far is the program's best since winning six in 2004.
Richard Montgomery (3-3)30 Wheaton (1-5)0
RM scored on every quarter of the game. Steven Burchett accounted for 134 yards of offense (76 pass, 58 rush). RM scored a field goal (Kevin Velasquez) and rushing TDs from four different players: Sylvanus Newstead, Alfred Beatty, Deryck Alexander, and Anton Morban. First shutout win for the Rockets since 2005. RM 2011 ties the program's number of wins from 2007-2010.
Poolesville (1-5)21 Pikesville (3-3)20
Under 30 seconds left in regulation and down 20-19, gutsy Falcons coach Will Gant elects to go for 2 for the win and they did. This is MoCo's first win vs a non-MoCo opponent this season.
by Michael Cornejo

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