FOOTBALL

Frederick 51, Silver Oak 18

Quarterback Kisaye Barnes accounted for six touchdowns (three rushing, three passing) as the Cadets (1-0) rolled in their season opener in Keymar on Friday.

Barnes rushed for touchdowns of 20, 5 and 15 yards.

He threw an 80-yard touchdown pass to Torrey Flournoy, a 25-yarder to Zavian Johnson and a 35-yarder to Jaden Arrington. Chris Metevia added a 4-yard TD run, while Owen Jones booted five extra points.

Frederick also had two defensive team safeties.

Linganore 35, Liberty 7

The Lancers cruised to victory in their season opener in Eldersburg, highlighted by some long touchdowns — one of which included a lateral.

After Brady Domroe put Linganore up 7-0 with a 2-yard TD run, quarterback Timmy Conner hit receiver Will Coletti with a pass, and Coletti pitched the ball back to running back Xander McClure, who ran 68 yards for the score.

McClure later scored on a 75-yard kickoff return and a 52-yard run.

The longest score of the night came from Domroe, who sprinted 95 yards for a touchdown to cap the scoring.

On defense, Linganore cornerback Johan Samayoa had two interceptions, free safety Will Colletti recovered two fumbles, and outside linebacker Cole Mitchell had three sacks.

Ethan Thompson kicked three extra points.

Urbana 34, Clarksburg 27

Urbana churned out 400 yards in total offense in the season opener against the Coyotes.

Eric Kolar led the Hawks with 200 yards on 14 carries and three touchdowns. Quarterback Kyle Howes completed 12 of 18 passes for 150 yards and a touchdown. Mikey Gonzalez had seven catches for 88 yards for the Hawks.

Howes also had a rushing touchdown. Zoerin Staphenbailey kicked an extra point. Kolar had a two-point conversion run.

Catoctin 43, Boonsboro 36

Ryan Orr passed for 315 yards, including a game-winning, 79-yard touchdown pass to Travis Fields with 1:30 left in the game, giving Catoctin the win.

Friday’s game turned into a back-and-forth affair. The Cougars led 12-7 after one quarter. Boonsboro led 22-20 at half. Catoctin came back and took a 36-29 lead in the third quarter.

Orr completed 15 of 24 passes. The Cougars’ Carson Sickeri rushed for 166 yards and three touchdowns. Jacob Baker rushed for 109 yards.

Oakdale 33, Wilde Lake 20

Dylan Berney caught a 23-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Ethan Reifer for Oakdale (1-0). He also scored on a 45-yard run.

Reifer also threw a 15-yard TD strike to Avery McClelland. Reifer scored on a 20-yard run. Cam Dorner scored on a 9-yard run.

Charlie Sheets had an interception for the Bears. Zack Werner kicked three extra points.

BOYS SOCCER

Central Maryland Challenge

TJ 5, Century 1

Carson Grove scored two goals, while Donovan Goad had two assists as the Patriots prevailed.

Pablo Mora and Abdoulaye Seck added one goal apiece, while Galo Cappelletti and Luis Aguilar each added one assist.

Goalie Alex Reid made three saves.

Manchester Valley 2, Middletown 1

The Knights’ Dylan Burns scored off a Jackson Keele assist in their season-opening loss.

Frederick 2, Glenelg 1

Hugo Merry scored on an assist from Rene Rodriguez for Frederick. Dalton Shifflett scored an unassisted goal.

Tyler Federer and Andrew Layman combined for three saves.

Oakdale Classic

Oakdale 2, Centennial 0

Owen Cunha and Emmanuel Douge scored for the Bears as they opened the season with a win in the Oakdale Classic.

Keeper Dylan Miller made four saves.

GIRLS SOCCER

Urbana 1, Broadneck 0

The Hawks’ goal was scored by Riley Johnson, assisted by Nyah Savage.

Mount Hebron 3, TJ 2

Chase Earnstreger converted a penalty kick for Thomas Johnson Elaina Kluttz scored on an assist from Earnstreger.

Alayna Burgamy had three saves for the Patriots.

FIELD HOCKEY

FSK 3, Walkersville 0

The Lions lost their season opener.

TJ 1, Long Reach 0

The Patriots’ winning goal was scored in the second half by Jule Powe, assisted Steph Parker.

Goalie Lacee Donlon made four saves for TJ (1-0).

The Patriots’ outshot Long Reach 7-3 and took 13 offensive penalty corners.

VOLLEYBALL

Oakdale 3, Clear Spring 1

Oakdale leaders: Jess Twilley, 13 kills, 7 digs; Jen Chomiak 7 kills, 8 digs; Elise Smith, 7 kills, 5 blocks; Cora Wasilko, 5 blocks; Sydney Katz, 3 blocks, 7 digs, 29 assists; Gabby Barth, 11 digs. JV: Clear Spring 2-0.

GOLF

Catoctin 187, N. Hagerstown 211

Adam Buffington led the Cougars (1-2) with a 41 at Mountain View Golf Course in Fairfield, Pennsylvania. Jeremy Brawner shot a 47, while Karsyn Shugars shot a 48.

Frederick 193, TJ 181

The Cadets’ Sam Draper was the medalist with a 42. Chris Shores scored a 45 to lead the victorious Patriots.

MEN’S SOCCER

Mount St. Mary’s 2, Bucknell 1

Karamo Bah’s first collegiate goal lifted the Mountaineers. The Mount has opened the season with back-to-back victories.

Leading 1-0 at the half, the Mount saw Bucknell (1-2-0) even the score in the 67th minute on a Matt Thorsheim penalty kick. Thorsheim added another good scoring chance eight minutes later, but saw his shot go high. Mount St. Mary’s then took advantage of a free kick opportunity just three minutes later to regain the lead.

Juan Molina sent a long shot on goal that Bucknell goalkeeper Emmett Witmer was unable to control. Bah pounced on the rebound and scored to give the Mountaineers a 2-1 advantage. From there, the Mount was able to keep Bucknell off the scoreboard to earn the win.

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