Panthers put the game away with a pair of third quarter scores

Jermaine Hunt staked Annapolis to a 7-0 lead with a 3-yard touchdown run in the first quarter and added another short rushing touchdown in the third quarter as Annapolis routed Glen Burnie, 23-6, in Anne Arundel County football action on Friday.

Ke’Mari Taylor also had a big night for the Panthers, catching two balls, including a 51-yard touchdown pass from Kyle Williams in the third quarter. Taylor also rushed nine times for 78 yards.

For good measure, the Annapolis defense capped the team’s scoring with a safety.

Annapolis improved to 2-0 and will visit new league member Crofton next Friday. Glen Burnie is now 1-1 as it prepares to face Broadneck.