No. 19 Arundel bounces back against Glen Burnie
One week after throw for five scores in a 61-49 shootout loss to No. 3 Broadneck, No. 19 Arundel got back in the win column, Friday night, with a 61-14 rout of Glen Burnie.
Wildcat quarterback Austin Slye had a short night of work as Arundel (4-1) put up 55 points in the opening half, but still threw for three touchdowns and 158 yards.
Mitchell Soumah provided the support on the ground, as he rushed for a twor of scores as the Wildcats (4-1) opened up a 55-point lead at halftime.
Quarterback Da’Mon Kidd threw for both Glen Burnie (1-4) touchdowns.
Photo courtesy of Ada Frontera Jones