Oxon Hill Shuts Out Bowie 48-0

Prince George's County HS Football

by: Daniel Kucin Jr. Special to the AFRO
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Oxon Hill High School defeated Bowie High School 48-0 on Nov. 4. Clippers senior quarterback DaJuan Rollins threw four touchdowns during the blowout.

Two of his first half scores went to Penn State University commit Daniel George. George hauled in a 4-yard touchdown in the first quarter and a 10-yard score in the second quarter for good measure. Oxon Hill is now 6-4, and they will sail off to face Chopticon High School located in Morganza, Md. on Nov. 10.

Oxon Hill wide receiver Daniel George hauled in two touchdowns against Bowie High School on Nov. 4. (Photo by Daniel Kucin Jr.)

Upper Marlboro, Md.-based Dr. Henry A. Wise, Jr. High School took down DuVal High School located in Lanham, Md. 39-6 on Nov. 4. Wise junior running back Brandon Bell could not be contained by the Tigers defense as he accounted for 100 yards and two touchdowns.

Pumas junior quarterback Quinton Williams also had an impressive performance. Williams went 9-of-12 for 159 yards and two touchdowns as well. He also accounted for seven yards rushing and a score on the ground.

Wise remains undefeated, and they are gearing up to face Forestville, Md.-based Suitland High School on Nov. 10.

Brandywine, Md.-based Gwynn Park High School knocked off Suitland High School located in Forestville, Md. 26-19 on Nov. 3. Gwynn Park running back Kibwe Galloway led his team in rushing with five carries for 63 yards and a touchdown.

Fellow running back Terrell Lindsey rushed for 54 yards, and he also pulled down an interception for a touchdown on defense. Gwynn Park also relied on running back/linebacker Ryan Clemons, who rushed for 60 yards and a touchdown. Clemons also recovered a fumble for a score on defense to pull away from the Rams.

Gwynn Park will look forward to taking on Westlake High School located in Waldorf, Md. on Nov. 24.

Hyattsville, Md.-based DeMatha High School shut out Archbishop Carroll High School 50-0 on Nov. 4. The Stags secured their second consecutive win after an impressive performance from junior quarterback Eric Najarian.

Najarian went 9-of-12 for 126 yards and two touchdowns. One of his favorite targets was sophomore wide receiver Joshua Dodd who hauled in four receptions for 76 yards and each of Najarian’s touchdown tosses.

DeMatha running backs Marshawn Lloyd, Myles Miree and Sieh Bangura all combined for 179 yards and four touchdowns collectively. The Stags are now 6-4 as the regular season has come to a close.

Charles H. Flowers High School, located in Springdale, Md., finished off Bladensburg High School 26-6 on Nov. 3. Flowers junior quarterback Julius Duvall rushed for two touchdowns on the ground and junior running back Mekhi Williams led the Jaguars in rushing with 65 yards on six carries. An undefeated regular season is in the books for the Jaguars at 12-0.

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