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November 12, 2007
Warriors, Leopards travel to Cumberland for West semis Boonsboro and Smithsburg both will travel to Cumberland, Md., to play their Maryland Class 1A West semifinal games at Greenway Avenue Stadium. The fourth-seeded Warriors will face top-seeded Allegany on Friday at 7 p.m. The third-seeded Leopards will play second-seeded Fort Hill on Saturday at 1 p.m. Indians face Scott in Martinsburg Berkeley Springs will play Scott in the West Virginia Class AA quarterfinals on Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at Martinsburg's Coubourn Field.
NEWS
by JACK HILL III | November 29, 2003
Washington County Junior Football League Vice President Don Davis finally got his big event started last year. Now, the Junior Football League Super Bowl has become an annual tradition. "I am ecstatic about it," Davis said. "It is something that I have been working on for the last four or five years. Last year, it became a reality. " For the second straight year, the East Division All-Stars won the championship graduation game in the tournament of the four grad teams in the county.
NEWS
by MARK KELLER | November 14, 2003
keller@herald-mail.com As a Fort Hill graduate, Smithsburg football coach Buddy Orndorff always returns to his hometown for the annual Homecoming game between his alma mater and Allegany. Orndorff was pulling for the Sentinels a little harder when he made his pilgrimage to Greenway Avenue Stadium on Saturday, knowing that a Fort Hill victory would eliminate Allegany from the playoff hunt and put his Leopards into the postseason for the first time since 1994. "Oh yeah, I was up there rooting for the home team," Orndorff said.
NEWS
by JACK HILL III | December 1, 2003
CUMBERLAND, Md. - The Allegany County All-Stars took the long way to stay home. Allegany scored on a pair of long-distance touchdown runs in its first two plays to pave the way to a 46-14 win over the Washington County All-Stars on Sunday in the second annual Junior Football League Super Bowl at Greenway Avenue Stadium. Brandon Roy dashed down the right sideline for a 65-yard touchdown run on the first play to get Allegany started. Just 2:09 later, Kevin Dunn zipped to the right side on a 66-yard touchdown for Allegany to up the lead to 14-0.
NEWS
By TIM KOELBLE | November 15, 2008
CUMBERLAND, Md. -- Boonsboro had a faulty indicator light appear early and the outcome wasn't good. The second offensive play of the game showed what was ahead for the Warriors on Friday night. Fort Hill took advantage of a fumble by Brandon McLean to begin piling up the points-off-turnovers category on the way to a 35-0 thumping of the Warriors in the Maryland Class 1A West semifinals at Greenway Avenue Stadium. The Warriors (9-2) had three critical first-half turnovers, and Fort Hill (9-1)
SPORTS
By KEVIN SPRADLIN | Special to the Herald-Mail | September 7, 2012
Williamsport's goal of making the playoffs for the second straight year took a step backward Friday night as the Wildcats were pummeled by Allegany, 51-16, at Greenway Avenue Stadium. But with 2.6 seconds left in the game, Williamsport coach Randy Longnecker gave his team a chance to believe in itself. Williamsport was positioned at the 15-yard line. A perfect spot, Longnecker thought, to allow Ryan Shoemaker a chance to add three points with a game-ending field goal. Longnecker called a timeout and Shoemaker made the kick.
NEWS
By TIM KOELBLE | November 18, 2007
CUMBERLAND, Md. - The final score of Saturday's Maryland Class 1A West contest flashes images that Fort Hill simply crushed Smithsburg in all facets of the game. It wasn't further from the truth. Instead, the Leopards were sent packing in a 45-0 loss to the Sentinels at Greenway Avenue Stadium to finish at 9-2 while Fort Hill moves forward to meet Allegany for the region title on Friday. Smithsburg provided Fort Hill with plenty of purple-ribbon gift wrapping, starting throughout the first half, less than five minutes into the game to fall behind 31-0.
NEWS
By BOB PARASILITI | November 14, 2008
BOONSBORO -- The Boonsboro football team has been there, but hasn't done that. Boonsboro will be making its fourth straight trip to the Maryland Class 1A West semifinal tonight, playing at 7 p.m. at Fort Hill. But it will be the first time this season that the Warriors will be playing after a loss. It's the first of a long line of questions to which coach Clayton Anders is trying to find answers as Boonsboro hooks up against the region's top seed at Greenway Avenue Stadium.
NEWS
By MARK KELLER | October 5, 1998
Musselman's Brock uses kick to give Fort Hill the boot CIUMBERLAND, Md. - The Musselman Applemen crafted a perfect set of bookends in their biggest game of the season Saturday night. A scoring drive to open the game, a scoring drive to close the game and a win over a perennial Maryland state powerhouse. Chad Brock's 37-yard field goal with 11 seconds remaining lifted the Applemen to a 10-7 win over Fort Hill before nearly 8,000 fans at Greenway Avenue Stadium. Brock's kick from the left hash mark had distance to spare and set off a wild celebration on the Musselman sideline and in the stands.
NEWS
By MARK KELLER | November 17, 2007
CUMBERLAND, Md. - Halftime came at the wrong time for the Boonsboro football team. Down 21 points early in the second quarter against Allegany, the Warriors fought their way off the ropes to pull within two before the intermission. That confounded intermisson. When the teams returned to the field, Boonsboro's magic was gone and Allegany started playing like the top seed in Class 1A West, pulling away for a 49-19 win over the Warriors at Greenway Avenue Stadium. "We knew they would come out with a renewed emphasis, that their coaches were going to address some things," said Boonsboro coach Clayton Anders.
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By KEVIN SPRADLIN | Special to the Herald-Mail | September 7, 2012
Williamsport's goal of making the playoffs for the second straight year took a step backward Friday night as the Wildcats were pummeled by Allegany, 51-16, at Greenway Avenue Stadium. But with 2.6 seconds left in the game, Williamsport coach Randy Longnecker gave his team a chance to believe in itself. Williamsport was positioned at the 15-yard line. A perfect spot, Longnecker thought, to allow Ryan Shoemaker a chance to add three points with a game-ending field goal. Longnecker called a timeout and Shoemaker made the kick.
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NEWS
By MARK KELLER | November 14, 2009
View all of the photos for purchase! CUMBERLAND, Md. -- Boonsboro's return game was clicking Saturday afternoon at Greenway Avenue Stadium. The problem: Allegany didn't give the Warriors many opportunities to use it. The Campers had trouble corralling Branden McLean on punt returns, so they remedied the situation by scoring on seven straight possessions on their way to a 46-6 win over the Warriors in the Maryland Class 1A West semifinals. "They're a good football team and we knew we were going to have to be awfully good today to beat them," Boonsboro coach Clayton Anders said.
NEWS
By MARK KELLER | November 14, 2009
CUMBERLAND, Md. -- For one quarter of football Friday night, it looked like Smithsburg might be able to hang with Fort Hill. When the second quarter rolled around, Fort Hill put that notion to rest. The Sentinels scored four touchdowns in the second quarter, two of them on their first two plays of the period, on their way to a 45-0 victory over the Leopards in the Maryland Class 1A West semifinals at Greenway Avenue Stadium. Fort Hill (11-0), the top seed in 1A West and the No. 7 team in Maryland, will host the winner of today's semifinal in Cumberland between Boonsboro and Allegany in the region final next weekend.
NEWS
By MARK KELLER | November 13, 2009
View all of the photos for purchase! SMITHSBURG -- Smithsburg football coach Buddy Orndorff makes it sound simple. In order for the Leopards to beat Fort Hill tonight in the Maryland Class 1A West semifinals in Cumberland, they'll have to be nearly perfect. It's that simple. "We're going have to play probably the best ballgame we've played all year long," Orndorff said. "We're capable of that. We've had good practices, we have a good idea of what they do, but we're going to have to play mistake-free football.
NEWS
By MARK KELLER | September 26, 2009
CUMBERLAND, Md. -- For the majority of David Walker's tenure as Martinsburg football coach, the Bulldogs have been on the winning side of lopsided games. Friday night at Greenway Avenue Stadium, the tables were turned on the 'Dogs. Martinsburg had no answer for Fort Hill's offense -- whether running or throwing -- as the Sentinels rolled up 432 yards in a 41-14 rout of the Bulldogs in the renewal of their long-standing rivalry. The 27-point margin of defeat was the largest for the Bulldogs since losing the 2006 Class AAA state final to Parkersburg, 34-6.
NEWS
By TIM KOELBLE | November 15, 2008
CUMBERLAND, Md. -- Boonsboro had a faulty indicator light appear early and the outcome wasn't good. The second offensive play of the game showed what was ahead for the Warriors on Friday night. Fort Hill took advantage of a fumble by Brandon McLean to begin piling up the points-off-turnovers category on the way to a 35-0 thumping of the Warriors in the Maryland Class 1A West semifinals at Greenway Avenue Stadium. The Warriors (9-2) had three critical first-half turnovers, and Fort Hill (9-1)
NEWS
By BOB PARASILITI | November 14, 2008
BOONSBORO -- The Boonsboro football team has been there, but hasn't done that. Boonsboro will be making its fourth straight trip to the Maryland Class 1A West semifinal tonight, playing at 7 p.m. at Fort Hill. But it will be the first time this season that the Warriors will be playing after a loss. It's the first of a long line of questions to which coach Clayton Anders is trying to find answers as Boonsboro hooks up against the region's top seed at Greenway Avenue Stadium.
NEWS
By TIM KOELBLE | November 18, 2007
CUMBERLAND, Md. - The final score of Saturday's Maryland Class 1A West contest flashes images that Fort Hill simply crushed Smithsburg in all facets of the game. It wasn't further from the truth. Instead, the Leopards were sent packing in a 45-0 loss to the Sentinels at Greenway Avenue Stadium to finish at 9-2 while Fort Hill moves forward to meet Allegany for the region title on Friday. Smithsburg provided Fort Hill with plenty of purple-ribbon gift wrapping, starting throughout the first half, less than five minutes into the game to fall behind 31-0.
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