Outlook: Western Tech can take a major step toward its first perfect regular season, and wrap up the Baltimore County 1A/2A league crown. The Wolverines kept their perfect season intact with a 39-22 victory over Owings Mills last Friday.


The Wolverines (8-0 overall, 5-0 1A/2A) have been led by quarterback Juleon Killikelly-Lee, who’s also a track standout. Senior Kane Parson (5-10, 195 pounds) is a physical force in the backfield.

Dundalk (6-2, 5-1 1A/2A) kept pace with Western Tech, routing Sparrows Point, 43-14, on homecoming at CCBC-Dundalk last Friday. Garrett Hadel tossed a 58-yard touchdown pass to Keon Scott and 72 yards to Luah Talo.

Talo, a sophomore, added an 88-yard interception return. Dwayne Marshall and Jawuan Lipscomb also found the end zone for the Owls, who can solidify its third-place standing in the Class 2A North Region playoff chase.

Western Tech can clinch the 1A North top seed with a victory. The Wolverines are lone remaining unbeaten team in Baltimore County.