Prep football roundup: Howard tops Brandywine

Howard's Korey Kent (10), shown here against St. Georges, opened the scoring with a 21-yard run in the Wildcats' 20-6 victory at Brandywine on Saturday.

Howard’s Korey Kent (10), shown here against St. Georges, opened the scoring with a 21-yard run in the Wildcats’ 20-6 victory at Brandywine on Saturday.

BRANDYWINE HUNDRED – Keith Chung rushed for 72 yards and two touchdowns as Howard grinded out a 20-6 victory over Brandywine in a Blue Hen Flight B football game on Saturday.

The Wildcats (3-3, 3-1), ranked 10th statewide in Division II, took a 6-0 lead on a 21-yard run by Korey Kent in the first quarter. The Bulldogs (1-5, 1-2) tied it on a 15-yard pass from Jack Russell to Rajae Britt in the second quarter.

Howard regained the lead on Chung’s 1-yard plunge, then widened the margin on Chung’s 38-yard run later in the third quarter.

The Wildcats rushed 44 times for 257 yards, with David Hancock gaining 91 on just three carries. Russell completed 13 of 31 passes for 192 yards for Brandywine, with Ny’mere Johnson hauling in seven for 110 yards.

Conrad 35, McKean 6: Elijah Walton and Lawrence Brown each scored two touchdowns as Conrad (4-2) rolled to a homecoming victory over the Highlanders (1-5).

Conrad built a 14-0 lead at halftime, as Walton scored on a 23-yard run and Brown caught a 45-yard scoring pass from Tim Metzler. In the second half, Brown scored from the 7, Walton ran one in from the 9 and Metzler scored on an 18-yard jaunt. Keyhon Davis got the only touchdown for McKean on a 3-yard run.

Appoquinimink 50, Charter of Wilmington 13: Kenyon Yellowdy passed for three touchdowns and ran for another as the Jaguars (3-3, 2-2 Blue Hen Flight A) built a 42-0 lead and cruised past the Force (1-5, 1-4).

Yellowdy had scoring tosses of 23 yards to Jarod Reinhart, 65 yards to Emmanuel Kenion and 35 yards to Jayson Jeffers. He also ran for a 15-yard TD. Derek Thompson, Robert Jadick and Shane Phipps also earned rushing TDs for Appo.

Charter’s scores came on an 82-yard kickoff return by Peter Gosser and a 20-yard fumble return by MacAdoo Harrison-Dixon.

Delmar 28, Archmere 14: James Adkins threw for two scores and rushed for another as the Wildcats (4-2) made the long trip north worthwhile with a victory over the Auks (2-4).

Adkins opened the scoring with a 1-yard run, then fired a 69-yard TD pass to George Angello for a 14-0 lead.

Archmere cut its deficit in half on a 1-yard run by Patrick Udovich, only to see Adkins hook up with Isaac Austin for a 38-yard score. Then the Wildcats returned an interception 41 yards for a touchdown to counteract Udovich’s second 1-yard plunge.

Glasgow 56, Christiana 0: Isaiah Wilson led the Glasgow offense by throwing for three touchdowns. Jasaan Cunningham was on the receiving end of the first touchdown for 13 yards. Martise Younger hauled in the second touchdown for 29 yards. Keishawn Jones scored a on the final touchdown pass of 42 yards.

Special teams accounted for three touchdowns. Reginald Grinnell had two punt returns for touchdowns of 48 and 38 yards, and Martise Younger returned a kickoff for 70 yards. Tavion Jones-Hill also got on the scoreboard with a 58-yard touchdown run.

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