Gilman beats DeMatha 35-10
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Gilman beats DeMatha 35-10

Gilman quarterback Darius Jennings had 31 carries and added two touchdowns to help the Greyhounds down yet another WCAC power. After toppling Good Counsel earlier this season, Gilman runs past DeMatha last night at Towson University. "I can't imagine a better football player in the state," DeMatha Coach Bill McGregor said of Jennings. "He's outstanding." (Norman Carter for Synthesis/Koubaroulis LLC/The Washington Post)

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