Around the area in high school sports:
NEWS & NOTES
Senior running back Randy Brown not only scored the game-winning touchdown on a 61-yard screen pass last night at Richard Montgomery, he also amassed 104 yards rushing to give him four straight 100-yard games.
He has 471 yards on the ground this season and had 165 total yards last night.
The pain continued for winless Wilson. A broken play helped Ballou to a win in yesterday's DCIAA game, and the Knights -- already without two starting offensive linemen -- also lost linebacker Justin Bolding.
Bolding left yesterday's 21-14 loss with a broken arm.
Already out are OLs Paris Davis (broken foot) and David Shackleford (fractured wrist).
Thomas Stone All-Met Marcus Whalen, who usually plays running back and linebacker, only was on the field for four snaps on defense in yesterday's 7-6 win over La Plata. Whalen, who managed a mere 196 yards rushing, said his injured right foot prevented him from playing much on defense. His coach, Rich Callahan, said Whalen's practice time was limited during the week. "My foot was really throbbing and it started to hurt a lot after halftime, but as long as I'm able to run and not stop on it, it goes away."
Whalen said he expects to play defense next week against Great Mills.
"It was easy for me. I just threw the ball and Randy did the rest."
-- Mike Yoo, Rockville senior quarterback, on throwing the game-winning 61-yard touchdown pass on a screen to senior RB Randy Brown with 2 minutes, 59 seconds left.
"He's a horse ... but he's still got some things to work on."
-- Old Mill Coach Mike Marcus, commenting on the 238-yard rushing performance of Kelvin Collins.
BY THE NUMBERS
The combined passing yards for La Plata and Thomas Stone in the visiting Cougars' 7-6 win. The teams completed just one pass in 13 attempts.
Total number of points West Nottingham Academy's Marvin McLain accounted for in his team's 33-6 win over Maret. McLain rushed for five TDs -- the longest a 63-yarder in the first quarter as his team broke out to a 33-0 halftime lead.
Yard run Spalding's Corey Hudson had with four seconds left in the first half to send his team to a 14-0 lead against at intermission against Boys Latin.
Yards Einstein senior Umar Ferguson rushed for in the first half.
Total yards for Einstein in the first half of the Titans' 34-10 win at Poolesville.
Elapsed time required for junior running back Kelvin Collins to score four touchdowns in Old Mill's 40-21 victory over Arundel.