Junior Brandon Shaw rushed for two touchdowns and threw for two to lead Northwest to the Montgomery 2A/1A title with a 33-0 victory last night over visiting Bethesda-Chevy Chase.

Shaw, who ran for touchdowns of one and 11 yards, completed 7 of 13 passes for 154 yards, including a 65-yard scoring pass to French Pope and a two-yard touchdown to George Hackey. The Jaguars (9-1, 4-0) also got a big game from senior Raymond Custis, who rushed for 159 yards and a touchdown on 14 carries.

B-CC fell to 6-4, 3-1.

BROADNECK 22, ANNAPOLIS 21: Junior place kicker Tim Gappert's 21-yard field goal with just over six minutes to play lifted the host Bruins to an upset of the No. 4 Eagles in an Anne Arundel County game. Broadneck rallied from a 21-7 deficit.

Annapolis (9-1) won the Anne Arundel 3A/2A District title last week with a win over North County.

Down 7-0, Bruins senior quarterback Ryan Eslin threw the first of three touchdown passes to Jason Burton, an 11-yard strike to tie the score at 7.

Annapolis would pull away to 21-7 midway through the second quarter, but Broadneck (7-3) responded, as Eslin threw touchdown passes of six and 33 yards to Burton to pull the Bruins to 21-19 entering the final quarter.

SENECA VALLEY 35, PAINT BRANCH 7: All-Met quarterback Chris Kelley threw three touchdown passes to break his school record, as the No. 1 Screaming Eagles (10-0, 9-0) beat the visiting Panthers (6-4, 4-3) in a Montgomery County 3A game.

Kelley's three scoring passes give him 23 for the season, eclipsing his 20 last season. The Eagles have qualified for the playoffs the past nine seasons, and have won 36 consecutive game, a Montgomery County record and the best current streak in the area.

Kelley, who threw touchdown passes of 68, 67 and 13 yards, was 5 of 9 for 166 yards.

DAMASCUS 30, WHEATON 27: Jon Genva's 23-yard field goal in overtime lifted the No. 9 Swarmin' Hornets over visiting Wheaton in a Montgomery County 3A game and clinched a berth in the playoffs.

With Damascus (9-1, 6-1) trailing 27-21 with 48 seconds left, Mac Mollet threw an eight-yard touchdown pass to Joe Scritchfield, but Genva missed the extra point, sending the game into overtime.

In the extra period, Damascus defensive tackle Billy Burns recovered a Knights' fumble on the Wheaton 10-yard line to set up Genva's game-winning field goal.

SPINGARN 20, ANACOSTIA 6: Running back Ibrahim Feazell rushed for 109 yards and two touchdowns as the host Green Wave (1-8, 1-4) snapped a 14-game losing streak with a win over DCIAA East rival Anacostia (2-8, 1-4).

Feazell scored on runs of 40 and 33 yards, and the Green Wave defense caused eight turnovers. Leading the Green Wave defense was senior Andre Porter, who made three interceptions and recovered two fumbles.

Spingarn was led by Chakoby Hicks, who completed 7 of 10 passes for 153 yards and a touchdown.