The Washington Times - October 28, 2008, 09:31AM

Pacing behind the Fork Union bench in the rain trying to keep track of Maryland‘s JV game yesterday definitely reminded me of high school.

One thing I’m aware of after smudging up a notebook in the rain —- this isn’t quite as easy as I remember it being back in the day.


But I squeezed out some stats from Maryland’s 16-7 victory. This will look a little amateurish because Fork Union’s numbers don’t match up to the names and numbers on the website —- heck, Maryland recruit Cody Blue was wearing No. 54 rather than No. 59 —- but it’s about as good as I could do in the conditions.

Anyway, I’m still missing one Maryland name —- No. 91, a walk-on tight end —- and I’m hoping to get that later in the day.

But here’s a scoring summary and a sampling of some other stats to tide over people who are exceptionally interested in how some of Maryland’s reserves looked.

Second quarter

FUMA-No. 2 to No. 14, 36 pass (No. 14 kick), 8:22
UM-Haroon Brown 1 run (Nick Wallace kick), 3:00

Third quarter

UM-Quinton McCree 71 pass from Jamarr Robinson (Nick Wallace kick), :51

Fourth quarter

UM-Safety, 3:43

Passing: Jamarr Robinson 4-15-97

Rushing: Dan Bonato 15-79, Rashad Henry 9-26, Haroon Brown 6-18, Tony Logan 1-0, Quinton McCree 2-(-1), Jamarr Robinson 5-(-14)

Receiving: Quinton McCree 1-71, Haroon Brown 1-10, Webb Dulin 1-9, No. 91 1-7

Kickoff returns: Tony Logan 1-30, Trenton Hughes 1-24, #91 1-15

Interception: Brandon Jackson-Mills

Fumble recovery: Trenton Hughes

Punting: Ted Townsley 6-33.2, 3 I20

—- Patrick Stevens