Marc Crumpler had two touchdowns and three two-point conversions as the St. Francis Wolfpack defeated the St. Mary's Mustangs, 24-6, in the Rockville Football League Intermediate Division Super Bowl Saturday afternoon in Rockville.
Quarterback Nick LeMarca went 6 for 8 for 148 yards and scored one rushing touchdown in the second half. He also forced a fumble on defense and intercepted a pass late in the fourth quarter.
St. Francis (8-0) got excellent blocking from Brian Bartlett, Steve Baughman, Jonathan Bradley, John Findley, Dana Gingrich, Ryan King, Matt Sweeney, Chris Wadsworth and Devon White. Mike Gunderman forced a fumble and Gingrich and Matt Lofgren each had one fumble recovery. Mitch Levine, Tom Culliton, Matt O'Connell, Ollie Dolan and Jonathan Marmer also played well.
The Mustangs (6-2-1) were led by quarterback Laurent Dionot, who threw a touchdown pass to Billy Rohrbaugh on the last play of the game. Drew Richardson and P.J. Harrison ran the ball well.
St. Mary's fared better in the Pee Wee Super Bowl, downing the Wolverines, 22-0. Jimmy DeBernardis, Lucas Rogers and John Bean each scored one touchdown and Ryan Crim, Mike Martin, Chris DeBord, Joey Ashkin and James Sweet made several key blocks.
Thomas Duncan, Justin Bartlett, Tim Wallerstedt, Robert Gex, Renato Soares and Michael Sweet played excellent defense for St. Mary's (10-0), which recorded its eighth shutout of the season.
Rockville Football League
Pee Wee Division
HIGHLIGHTS: Tony Pagliaro scored two touchdowns and Robert Kelly, Jake Morris, John Morley and Jeffrey Miller played good defense for the Redskins.
Daniel Gonzalez had one rushing touchdown and Patrick Pridemore converted two extra points. Justin Grey, Ian Minor, Daniel McCombs, Matt Schwartzback, Will Sieber, Vinny Brown and Anthony Pace made several key blocks.
HIGHLIGHTS: The Raiders were led by Brian Bowman and Tony Belmont on offense and Darnell Bruce, Ben Schmidt, Mike Kotsatos and Damitri Mason on defense.
HIGHLIGHTS: Alex Castelli ran for two touchdowns and Colin Geils and Jason Korth played good defense for the Panthers.