Third-ranked Bruins thump previously unbeaten Northeast-AA
Freshman quarterback Josh Ehrlich has put up some big numbers early in his high school football career and, Friday, in a battle of unbeaten Anne Arundel County football squads, he took another step.
Ehrlich, who passed for 189 yards and three scores in the Bruins’ 48-6 for the Eagles (2-1, 0-1 Anne Arundel County), proved he can be efficient as well, completing 16 of 18 throws with no interceptions.
Senior star Ethon Williams pulled in two of Ehrlich’s TD tosses and Tnaejah Watts had the other, but it was Andre Woods, Jr. who was his favorite target this evening. Woods made a team-high seven catches for 82 wards. Williams had six grabs for 56 yards.
Williams scored the game’s first touchdown on a 5-yard TD catch from Ehrlich, early in the first quarter, and Jason Carcamo (108 yards on 12 carries) got in the end zone on a 5-yard run, as the Bruins led 14-0 after one.
The lead was 21-0 at the half after Ehrlich hit Watts for 22-yard score and, early in the third quarter, the lead went to 28-0 when Woods (92 yards on 3 carries) broke loose for a 69-yard touchdown run.
Northeast got on the board with a 4-yard rushing touchdown by Ethan Young, later in the third quarter, but Ehrlock and Williams connected again on a 6-yard touchdown pass to push the lead to 35-6 after three quarters.
Ehrlich added a 2-yard rushing score in the fourth and Ryan Riffle added a 1-yard TD burst to set the final score.
Broadneck had 502 yards of total offense in the contest, to just 238 for Northeast. The Broadneck defense forced and recovered two fumbles. Josh Krcik and Young combined to rush for 119 yards for Northeast.
Pictured above: Broadneck freshman quarterback Josh Ehrlich threw for three more touchdowns in Friday’s 48-6 win over Northeast.