Spalding's Julius Chestnut (1) runs for a big gain before Good Counsel cornerback Clifton Budd (6) can bring him down during a Sept. 9, 2016 game in Severn. (Toni L. Sandys / The Washington Post)
Football scores and schedule, Fall 2016
Overall record: 9 - 2
Last game:
Home
Mount St. Joseph High School (MD)
Nov. 11
(W) 55 - 20
Date Opponent Score
9-2 @ St. Mary's-Annapolis (W) 52 - 0
9-9 Good Counsel (L) 20 - 14
9-16 @ St. Mary's Ryken (W) 56 - 18
9-23 Avalon (W) 49 - 0
9-30 @ Loyola Blakefield (W) 63 - 24
10-7 Calvert Hall (W) 42 - 14
10-14 Riverdale Baptist (W) 54 - 14
10-21 @ McDonogh (W) 31 - 16
10-28 @ St. Frances (L) 32 - 29
11-4 Gilman (W) 42 - 0
11-11 Mount St. Joseph (W) 55 - 20
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