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  • Broadneck receiver Ethon Williams hurdled a pair of Severna Park tacklers during the much-hyped matchup between the two schools on Friday night, won handily by Broadneck, 49-7.
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    Broadneck receiver Ethon Williams hurdled a pair of Severna Park tacklers during the much-hyped matchup between the two schools on Friday night, won handily by Broadneck, 49-7.
  • Broadneck students enjoyed the rivalry on a Friday night instead of a Saturday during the daytime for the first time since 2009.
    Photo by Steve Johnson
    Broadneck students enjoyed the rivalry on a Friday night instead of a Saturday during the daytime for the first time since 2009.
  • Jason Carcamo carried 11 times for 47 yards rushing.
    Photo by Steve Johnson
    Jason Carcamo carried 11 times for 47 yards rushing.
  • Broadneck players celebrated during Friday night's victory over Severna Park.
    Photo by Steve Johnson
    Broadneck players celebrated during Friday night's victory over Severna Park.

Broadneck Football Routs Rival Severna Park, 49-7

Dave Topp
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It doesn't take much to get excited for a Broadneck (3-0) and Severna Park (1-2) football game. Anticipation for this year’s contest came in at a renewed level, as the two schools faced off on a Friday night for the first time since 2009.

Broadneck senior quarterback Shane Davis made sure he and his fellow Bruins delivered a performance worthy of the excitement, in the form of a 49-7 victory.

“The whole week leading up to it, we were all very excited,” said Davis, who had a hand in five touchdowns in the win. “It didn’t take much to hype us up for the game.”

Davis connected with receivers Tyler Vermillion, Trey Hanna and Ethon Williams en route to three first-quarter passing touchdowns.

“We worked all summer,” Davis said. “Come fall it’s pretty easy after that, because you have such good chemistry, and a lot of the receivers are my friends. So that makes it easy too.”

Typically, these rivals would meet for a Saturday daytime matchup, but this year they could play under the lights.

“The atmosphere here was tonight was phenomenal,” said Bruins head coach Rob Harris. “We sold 3,000 pre-sale tickets. You could feel the energy. The kids really got up for that.”

SEE ALSO: PHOTO GALLERY: Broadneck Football Vs. Bowie, 9.2.17

Broadneck would extend its lead to 28-0 in the second quarter when Davis found Andre Woods Jr. for a 20-yard touchdown reception. Davis finished the game 22 of 26 passing for 352 yards.

“Shane was doing that all summer,” said Harris.

Coach Harris was also complimentary of the players around Davis and the performance they have given.

“We’ve got some players,” Harris said. “Our O-line does a great job. Our defense does a great job, [and] our special teams.”

Williams led the Bruins (3-0) with nine catches and 168 yards receiving, followed by Vermillion, who added eight catches for 117 yards as well.

“Since the Friday we beat North County, all we’ve been thinking about is [Severna Park] since last week,” Williams said. “We’ve been fired up all week.”

The Bruins' defense limited the Severna Park offensive to just 193 yards of offense. Senior defensive backs Keonte Coates and Alex Roland each intercepted Severna Park quarterback Garrett Edwards, while senior Brent Floyd fell on a muffed punt in the end zone to give the Bruins defense a score.

“Our defense was phenomenal,” Harris said. “Coach Pfisterer does a great job of preparing the kids. He puts the kids in a position to be successful.”

The Falcons, who were unable to muster much offensively, did reach the end zone in the second quarter on a 10-yard run up the middle by senior Joseph Jennings.

“Our kids fought. They did their best,” said Severna Park coach Will Bell. “That was a heck of team we ran into.”

SEE ALSO: Broadneck Football Steamrolls Bowie For Week-1 Blowout

Broadneck would score once more, late in the fourth quarter, when Davis opted for the quarterback keeper on his way to a one-yard rushing touchdown. Junior Jason Carcamo led the Bruins in rushing with 47 yards on 11 carries.

The Bruins will now prepare for a trip to Arundel next week, while the Falcons will face another difficult test in Old Mill. That game will be played at Northeast High School.

“There was big energy in the school and around the community,” added Bell about the Friday night atmosphere. “I think everybody handled themselves exactly how they should have. This is how it should be every year.”


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