Barnard’s big night helps the undefeated Cavaliers overpower winless Winters Mill


On paper it appeared Friday’s game at winless Winters Mill would provide a big win for undefeated and 14th-ranked South Carroll and that is exactly what occurred. The Cavaliers dominated on both sides of the ball as they claimed a 47-7 Carroll County football victory.

Quarterback Ryan Barnard led South Carrol with 152 yards rushing and three scores and he also threw for two touchdowns.

Barnard’s first rushing touchdown was setup by Sean Patrick’s fumble recovery. Another turnover, Carter Mazalewski’s pick six produced South Carroll’s second touchdown and, later, Barnard connected with Logan Miller for a 31-yard scoring strike to build a 20-0 lead after one quarter.

Barnard’s first rushing touchdown came in the second quarter and the only mistake of the first half was a pick six he threw which accounted for Winters Mills only points of the night.

The Cavaliers went up 41-7 with a 15-yard touchdown pass from Barnard to Jackson Strzelcyzk and short rushing TD by Barnard, early in the third quarter. The second third quarter score was setup by another Mazalewski interception.

South Carroll also got a 1-yard touchdown run from Caleb Blum in the fourth quarter to cap the scoring.

Pictured above: South Carroll quarterback Ryan Barnard led the Cavaliers offense again Friday night, rushing for three scores and throwing for two more in a 47-7 win over Winters Mill.