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Football: Arundel Tops Severna Park, 48-6

Jack Gordon and Cooper Hibbs each threw for three touchdowns, as Arundel kepts it perfect record intact.

The Arundel High Wildcats continued their unblemished season on Thursday night, trouncing the Severna Park High Falcons by a score of 48-6.

Jack Gordon and Cooper Hibbs each threw for three touchdown passes, and Gordon also added 66 yards rushing. 

The Arundel defense kept Severna Park (3-5) to just 146 yards of total offense, led by Evan Jones with 8.5 tackles. 

Five different receivers scored for Arundel (8-0) which recorded a combinded 270 passing yards. 

Gordon hooked up with Aaron Lewis-Cenales on a 3-yard strike and an 11-yard strike for the first two scores. He also scored on a 6-yard run in the third quarter and connected with Jordan Stewart on a 22-yard touchdown. 

Hibbs threw touchdowns to Tyler Young, Devon Hawkins and James Ghiardi. 

Severna Park's only score came on a 19-yard touchdown pass in the third quarter from Taylor Kitzmiller to Kyle Williamson.

Arundel will take on Chesapeake next Friday at home, before traveling to Southern to wrap up the season.

How they scored: 

1st Quarter:

    #9 Jack Gordon 3 yd pass to #5 Aaron Lewis-Cenales

    #3 Tyler Young Kick NO GOOD

2nd Quarter:

    #9 Jack Gordon 11 yd pass to # 5 Aaron Lewis-Cenales

    #3 Tyler Young Kick GOOD

    #10 Cooper Hibbs 17 yd pass to #3 Tyler Young

    #3 Tyler Young kick GOOD

    #9 Jack Gordon 6yd run

    #3 Tyler Young Kick GOOD

    #10 Cooper Hibbs 13 yd pass to #8 James Ghiardi

    #3 Tyler Young kick GOOD

3rd Quarter:

    #9 Jack Gordon 22 yd pass to # 17 Jordan Stewart

    #3 Tyler Young kick GOOD

    #12 Taylor Kitzmiller 19 yd pass to #34 Kyle Williamson

     2-point conversion. NO GOOD

4th Quarter:

    #10 Cooper Hibbs 35 yd pass to #6 Devon Hawkins

    #3 Tyler Young kick GOOD

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