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By TIM KOELBLE | koelble@herald-mail.com | September 9, 2011
South Hagerstown's defense set the tone with early stops and then its offense finally got in the game, and the end result was a 19-0 victory for the Rebels over Francis Scott Key on Friday night. While the offense sputtered early, the Rebels made three defensive stops in fourth-down situations, extending into FSK's first possession of the second quarter. After the third stop, the South offense clicked on a 56-yard drive that included a 42-yard run on a keeper by quarterback Brandon Hess.
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By BOB PARASILITI | bobp@herald-mail.com | October 15, 2012
The Boonsboro boys soccer team found all that glitters is not a golden goal. Especially when you don't score it. It all tarnished for the Warriors in quick fashion when Jacob Gosselin popped in a point-blank goal in the 91st minute - the first minute of the second overtime - on Monday to give Francis Scott Key the sudden goal for a sudden 3-2 victory. “That's what happens during a golden goal,” said Boonsboro coach Roy Rickerds. “It was just how it goes tonight.” But, in reality, the Warriors went from being on the doorstep of a victory with five minutes remaining to tied with under two left in regulation to walking off in sudden death in 16 minutes of playing time.
NEWS
October 13, 2000
FSK ruins South's Homecoming By MARK KELLER / Sports Editor Mike Coons came back to School Stadium Friday night for South Hagerstown's Homecoming football game. And he ruined everything for his alma mater, with a little help from his Francis Scott Key Eagles. The Eagles rushed for 297 yards, pounding the ball through the Rebels defense from every direction in a 27-8 Monocacy Valley Athletic League win over the Rebels. "I'm sure I'm one of the only South alums who had a good Homecoming tonight," said Coons.
NEWS
September 23, 2000
FSK shuts out North By CURT HORNBECKER / Staff Correspondent After a stirring win over Walkersville last week, the question now is: Which football team is the real North Hagerstown. With the possibility of winning its second straight Monocacy Valley Athletic League game, the Hubs self destructed, dropping a 24-0 decision to undefeated Francis Scott Key at School Stadium Friday night. Whistled for 13 penalties - seven of the 15-yard variety - for 135 yards, North (1-2, 1-1 MVAL)
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February 19, 1997
By BOB PARASILITI Staff Writer WILLIAMSPORT - Francis Scott Key and Williamsport girls basketball teams each tried to take the high road on Wednesday night. Fortunately for the Eagles, it was the direct route. Unfortunately for the Wildcats, they were cut off at the pass. Francis Scott Key used its superior size and experience and over the top of Williamsport in a battle of pressing defenses for an almost routine 54-33 Monocacy Valley Athletic League victory to ruin the Wildcats' Parents Appreciation Day festivities.
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By BOB PARASILITI | bobp@herald-mail.com | September 7, 2012
It seemed as if Isiaha Smith was never going to go down. That was a bad sign, especially for anyone wearing a white Francis Scott Key jersey. The South Hagerstown junior running back got the maximum out of the minimum with 234 yards and five touchdowns on 14 carries in the Rebels' 47-0 dismantling of the Eagles on Friday night. Smith exploded out of South's basic offense and picked up blocks at the line of scrimmage to glide into FSK's secondary. After that, it was like the field tilted downhill, which made it all downhill for the Eagles.
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By JACK HILL III / Staff Correspondent | October 9, 2007
After scoring an early goal, the North Hagerstown girls soccer team went cold Monday night. But at the rate the Hubs were firing at the Francis Scott Key goal, they couldn't possibly have been finished scoring. The No. 1 Hubs outshot FSK 34-1 on the way to a 7-0 victory over the Eagles at Mike Callas Stadium. North (7-1) experienced a 36 1/2-minute drought after Stephanie Borland scored in the second minute of the game from Alluka Ogle-Moore. Still, the Hubs took a 3-0 lead into halftime, thanks to scoring strikes by Katie Ritter and Ogle-Moore - off an assist from Maria Borland - in the final two minutes of the first half.
NEWS
by MARK KELLER | November 17, 2006
When asked to describe the Francis Scott Key football team, North Hagerstown coach Danny Cunningham likened the Eagles to two teams the Hubs have already faced this season. "They have Thomas Johnson's size and Frederick's speed," Cunningham said. On the surface, that would appear to be a disadvantage for the Hubs, who lost to those two teams in back-to-back weeks early in the 2006 season. But it's safe to say North is a much better team going into its Maryland Class 2A West semifinal game at FSK tonight than it was going in to either of those September nonconference matchups.
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By WILL ROBINSON | will.robinson@herald-mail.com | October 23, 2012
It took four sets, but the Williamsport volleyball team continued its winning ways in its final regular-season home match Tuesday. The Wildcats defeated Francis Scott Key 25-18, 25-18, 25-27, 25-19. “We're starting to feel each other and we're peaking at the right time,” said Williamsport coach Emily Crabtree. “It's a good time for us to be playing our best ball.” Stacey Christy had 22 kills and five blocks, Emily Taylor had 33 assists and Karli Grimes had 22 digs for the Wildcats (13-1)
NEWS
By Tim Koelble | September 29, 2007
BOONSBORO - Boonsboro played offensive football to perfection in the second half, and that - along with a big defensive stand - boosted the Warriors to a 28-15 victory over Francis Scott Key on Friday night. Down 15-7 after Francis Scott Key scored on a 17-yard run by Brad Martz to begin the third period, the Warriors eliminated the mistakes that led to a myriad of penalties that wiped two touchdowns off the board in the first half. "It almost was like our opener," said Boonsboro coach Clayton Anders of the Warriors' one-point loss to Moorefield in which three scores were called back.
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By CURT HORNBECKER | curt.hornbecker@herald-mail.com | September 9, 2013
After watching his club take Francis Scott Key to the wire in the first set Monday, South Hagerstown volleyball coach Chuck Weaver was understandably optimistic. That feeling didn't last long, as FSK established control in the second set and rode that wave to a 25-21, 25-12, 25-14 sweep of the Rebels in the season opener for both teams. “I'm really proud of what they did in Game 1,” said Weaver. “But it was a totally different team in Games 2 and 3. We had no energy, no focus and no intensity.” With South (0-1)
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SPORTS
February 15, 2013
Friday, February 15, 2013 BOYS BASKETBALL Tuscarora 79, North 42 FREDERICK, Md. -  North Hagerstown had its 11-game winning streak snapped in a loss to Tuscarora (19-3). Tuscarora led 39-24 at the half and extended the lead in the third quarter outscoring North 20-4. Kenny McCrary had 16 points, 12 rebounds and three blocks and Isaiah Keyes had six points and five rebounds for the Hubs (16-5). NORTH HAGERSTOWN (16-5) McCrary 16, Keyes 6, Ober 6, Gantt 5, Reynolds 4, Karlen 3, Peralta 2. Totals 20 1-8 42. TUSCARORA (19-3)
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December 22, 2012
Saturday, December 22, 2012 GIRLS BASKETBALL ROCK HILL, S.C. - Hedgesville jumped out to an early double-digit lead, then held on for a 78-74 victory over Olympic, from Charlotte, N.C., in the fifth-place game of the Y.C. Winborn Classic on Saturday. Lexi Taylor had another double-double, scoring 20 points and grabbing 11 rebounds for the Eagles. She was named to the all-tournament team. Carly Elliott led all scorers with 28 points and also grabbed eight rebounds, while Kristen Nunn had 19 points and nine assists for Hedgesville (5-3)
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By WILL ROBINSON | will.robinson@herald-mail.com | December 17, 2012
South Hagerstown's girls basketball team survived a test from Francis Scott Key on Monday, holding on for a 56-52 victory. “Right now, we're taking (the wins) as long as we can get them,” said South coach Nate Naylor. “We're not used to being the team that everyone wants to beat. We've got to get used to taking everybody's best shot.” FSK (0-4) trailed 43-33 heading into the fourth quarter, but Lily Lawler hit a 3-pointer and Maddie Wilhide made a layup to cut the Eagles' deficit to five, prompting a South timeout.
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By WILL ROBINSON | will.robinson@herald-mail.com | November 9, 2012
With a chorus of “Go Big Blue, Go Big Blue Go!” reverberating through its gym, Williamsport's volleyball team secured the Maryland Class 2A West region title with a 26-24, 25-23, 25-18 sweep of Francis Scott Key on Friday night. The Wildcats (17-1) won their first region championship since 2005 - the year Williamsport won its last of 12 state titles and finished off a run of four straight Class 1A championships. The 'Cats will travel to College Park on Tuesday for the Class 2A state semifinals at the University of Maryland's Ritchie Coliseum.
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By WILL ROBINSON | will.robinson@herald-mail.com | October 23, 2012
It took four sets, but the Williamsport volleyball team continued its winning ways in its final regular-season home match Tuesday. The Wildcats defeated Francis Scott Key 25-18, 25-18, 25-27, 25-19. “We're starting to feel each other and we're peaking at the right time,” said Williamsport coach Emily Crabtree. “It's a good time for us to be playing our best ball.” Stacey Christy had 22 kills and five blocks, Emily Taylor had 33 assists and Karli Grimes had 22 digs for the Wildcats (13-1)
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By BOB PARASILITI | bobp@herald-mail.com | October 15, 2012
The Boonsboro boys soccer team found all that glitters is not a golden goal. Especially when you don't score it. It all tarnished for the Warriors in quick fashion when Jacob Gosselin popped in a point-blank goal in the 91st minute - the first minute of the second overtime - on Monday to give Francis Scott Key the sudden goal for a sudden 3-2 victory. “That's what happens during a golden goal,” said Boonsboro coach Roy Rickerds. “It was just how it goes tonight.” But, in reality, the Warriors went from being on the doorstep of a victory with five minutes remaining to tied with under two left in regulation to walking off in sudden death in 16 minutes of playing time.
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By BOB PARASILITI | bobp@herald-mail.com | September 7, 2012
It seemed as if Isiaha Smith was never going to go down. That was a bad sign, especially for anyone wearing a white Francis Scott Key jersey. The South Hagerstown junior running back got the maximum out of the minimum with 234 yards and five touchdowns on 14 carries in the Rebels' 47-0 dismantling of the Eagles on Friday night. Smith exploded out of South's basic offense and picked up blocks at the line of scrimmage to glide into FSK's secondary. After that, it was like the field tilted downhill, which made it all downhill for the Eagles.
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By TIM KOELBLE | koelble@herald-mail.com | March 23, 2012
South Hagerstown's baseball team waltzed through Francis Scott Key early and then held on to post a 9-6 victory on a sunny Friday. The Rebels (1-1) jumped to an 8-0 lead after three innings and finished off the game escaping a seventh-inning bases-loaded jam to give coach Zack Swisher his first victory as South's varsity coach. “I'm happy but more happy for the kids because they have worked so hard in the preseason,” said Swisher. Two hits - one of the infield variety - and an error loaded the bases for FSK in the top of the seventh to give the Eagles the opportunity for a big rally.
SPORTS
December 28, 2011
Wednesday, December 28, 2011 PREP WRESTLING UNION BRIDGE, Md. - North Hagerstown's Duncan Yeisley, Brendon Colbert and Kenneth Burrs won weight-class titles at the Yingling Memorial Holiday Tournament at Francis Scott Key on Wednesday. Yeisley, who recorded the 100th win of his high school career in the semfinals, pinned FSK's Johnny Friedel in 58 seconds  in the finals at 120 pounds. Colbert, who was named the tournament's outstanding wrestler, defeated Middletown's Tucker Ziegler 14-3 in the finals at 126. Burrs prevailed at 170 with a 9-5 decision over Middletown's Dylan Hermann in the finals.
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