Douglass-Baltimore continues to be one of the most prolific scoring teams in Baltimore after a 46-12 Baltimore City football victory over W.E.B DuBois, on Saturday evening at Poly.

Carlos Croslin got the Ducks going with an 86-yard first quarter run and Matthew Goode added a two-point conversion to give Douglass an 8-0 lead.  DuBois countered with a 64-yard touchdown pass from Irvin Woods to James Price, but the Panthers would not score again until the fourth quarter when Price and Woods connected again, for a 57-yard TD pass.  In between those tosses, Douglass ran off 38 points.

Goode followed the first DuBois touchdown with a 70-yard kickoff return and Crosslin added a 28-yard touchdown run to give the Ducks a 22-6 lead at the end of the first quarter.

In the second quarter, Wayne Rouzer returned a fumble 33 yards for a score, Croslin ran 16 yards for another touchdown, and Dewey Ruth hauled in a 37-yard scoring toss from Croslin to stretch the Douglass lead to 40-6 at the half.

In the third quarter, Zack Morgan added a final Douglass touchdown, with a five yard run.

Douglass has now scored 184 points in five games, as it is off to a 4-1 start, including a 3-1 mark in Baltimore City’s Division II.

Douglass 46, WEB DuBois 12
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1st Q
D-Croslin 86 run (Goode run)
WEB-Price 64 pass from Woods (pass failed)
D-Goode 70 kickoff return (kick blocked)
D-Croslin 28 run (M. Williams pass from Goode)
2nd Q
D-Rouzer 33 fumble return (kick failed)
D-Croslin 16 run (pass failed)
D-Ruth 37 pass from Croslin (run failed)
3rd Q
D-Morgan 5 run (pass failed)
4th Q
WEB-Price 57 pass from Woods (pass failed)