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  • Writer's pictureSheldon Shealer

5 Stars

It was a big-number week featuring a 400+-yard passing performance, a 300+-yard rushing performance and a running back rushing for six TDs and plenty of school records.


Here are our Week 3 honorees:


TYLER WOMACK, Annapolis, Jr.


Womack delivered a school record-setting 341-yard rushing performance in Annapolis' 42-32 win over Severna Park. The junior scored three touchdowns during his 28-carry outing. He clipped the previous record of 330 yards 330, set by Rayvon Johnson against Glen Burnie in 1999.


ETHAN ARNESON, Linganore, Sr.


A former Frederick News-Post Player of the Year has upped his game this season as Linganore is off to a 3-0 start. This past weekend, Arneson set a school record by rushing for six touchdowns in the Lancers' 42-12 win over Walkersville.


ANTHONY DIXON JR. and TESHAUN RYALS-WILSON, Richard Montgomery


You can't mention one without the other this week. Dixon passed for a staggering 414 yards and three touchdowns on 29 of 48 performance. Ryals-Wilson, meanwhile, hauled in 18 of those passes for 259 yards and two scores. The big numbers came as a result of RM trying to fight back in a 52-29 loss toi state-ranked Northwest.


DOMINIC NICHOLS, Oakdale, Sr.


The Michigan commit had nine tackles, one sack, nine QB pressures and one interception as Oakdale defeated Frederick 28-16 in a clash of state-ranked teams.


COLIN REYNOLDS, Georgetown Prep, Sr.


Reynolds rushed 18 times for 253 yards and scored Georgetown Prep's four touchdowns, including the OT game-winner in a 28-25 decision over Woodberry Forest. The returning all-IAC first-teamer has helped the Little Hoyas to a 3-0 start.


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