(1-1) Calvert-28 @ (0-2) Leonardtown-0

One half is all it took for the Cavaliers to score 28 on Leonardtown. The game was called after lightning impeded the competition from continuing on Friday night.

Leonardtown has yet to posts stats from this game but the Cavaliers were able to pass for 84 yards and rush for 121 in only one half.

The Raiders travel to equally winless McDonough Thursday for a 5 p.m. kickoff.

(1-1) Thomas Stone-34 @ (0-2) Great Mills-12

The Hornets began their game at home Friday night. After scoring their second touchdown, lightning caused the game to be delayed and moved to North Point High School Saturday. Though the scenery changed, Thomas Stone Continued to play well and the Hornets fell to their Charles County foe.

Great Mills recorded one interception in the game and their defense gave up 140 passing yards and 192 rushing.

As of the time of this article Great Mills has yet to post stats from the game.

The Hornets travel to Lackey High School (1-1) Thursday at 7 p.m. to face a Charger team that was defeated by a field goal last week.

(1-1) La Plata-28 @ (1-1)Chopticon-35 Final (OT)

Chopticon played four quarters of a game on Friday night that stretched into overtime Saturday afternoon.

Braves’ junior quarterback Dominic Crampton was 15 of 22 passing for 224 yards, one touchdown, and one interception. Crampton also rushed for a touchdown, as did junior Tyson Gregory. Sophomore Devyn Vukovich lead the team in rushing with 96 yards and two rushing touchdowns.

On defense, Chopticon gave up 231 passing but held the Warriors to only 89 yards rushing.

In overtime, Chopticon scored a touchdown after starting with the ball. They then stopped La Plata, earning their first win of the season.

Chopticon travels to Thomas Stone to face the (1-1) Cougars Thursday at 5 p.m.

Contact Jerold Massie at staffwriter@thebaynet.com.