WILMINGTON – Jake Shriner ran for 105 yards and three touchdowns as Caravel blanked St. Elizabeth 36-0 at Baynard Stadium on Friday night.
Shriner scored on 10- and 3-yard runs in the first half to stake the Buccaneers to a 14-0 halftime lead. He added a 5-yard scoring run in the fourth quarter, when Caravel (4-2) added on another 22 points.
Darnell Savage rushed for 146 yards and a touchdown and added a 34-yard pass reception. The last Caravel touchdown came on a 33-yard pass from quarterback Jackson Argoe to Adam Weber. Argoe went 7 for 10 on the night for 140 yards.
Savage had an interception and Shriner had a sack on defense. St. Elizabeth dropped to 2-4.
Salesianum 55, Martin Luther King (Pa.) 26
PHILADELPHIA – Junior Colby Reeder rushed for 145 yards and two touchdowns while junior quarterback Garrett Cannon went 8 for 9 for 155 yards and three touchdowns to lead Salesianum to a victory over reigning Philadelphia Public League champion Martin Luther King.
It was the first time the Sals had faced a Philadelphia Public League team since a loss to George Washington in 2010.
“We knew they were a very skilled spread offense team,” Sallies coach Bill DiNardo said. “It was a good victory for us against a very good spread team.”
Reeder scored on a 3-yard run in the first quarter to start the Sals’ offensive onslaught and they built a 34-10 lead by halfitme. Reeder added a 28-yard touchdown run in the third quarter.
Cannon threw touchdown passes of 31 yards to Jeremy Ryan, 5 yards to Michael Ziccarelli and 32 yards to Jake Sherlock. Mike Drake spurred the Sals’ defense with three interceptions, running one of them back 25 yards for a touchdown.
Michael Sanzone scored on a pair of 4-yard runs for the Sals (4-2).
Montclair (N.J.) 64, St. Mark’s 35
MILLTOWN – Senior quarterback Matt Williams threw for 335 yards and five touchdowns in his first start of the season, but St. Mark’s lost to Montclair (N.J.).
Williams, who had been out of action due to an injury, tossed two touchdown passes to Rhett Schweizer and one each to Markquise Normand, Jamai Rice and Dalton Ziemba. The Spartans fell to 4-2.