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By BOB PARASILITI | September 27, 2008
The South Hagerstown football team didn't make a lot of plays Friday night. But the few that they did were spectacular. South turned a fumble recovery into a quick touchdown and ran back two kicks for scores -- including a 50-yard return by Antoine Malone on an onside kick -- to carve out a 24-17 win to ruin the home opener for a offensively revamped Williamsport. "We'll take it," said South Hagerstown coach Greg Kellick, whose Rebels improved to 2-2. "We've had (games like that)
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by RYAN ALLEN/Staff Writer | September 25, 2004
BOONSBORO - Allen Daniels' two interceptions in a 30-second stretch late in the second quarter gave the South Hagerstown football team all the momentum it needed against Boonsboro on Friday night. Daniels returned the second one 40 yards for a touchdown as South took a 13-6 halftime lead on its way to a 25-20 win. With 33.6 seconds remaining in the first half, Boonsboro quarterback Zach Shoemaker fired a pass over the middle of the field, but Daniels stepped in front of the receiver from his linebacker position and raced down the right sideline to the end zone.
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By MARK KELLER | October 17, 2008
Jeremy Musselman threw for 141 yards and ran for two touchdowns to lead Walkersville to a 30-22 victory over North Hagerstown in an MVAL Piedmont football game Thursday at Mike Callas Stadium. Musselman added a 25-yard field goal and Tyler White also ran for a pair of touchdowns for the Lions (2-5, 1-0), who scored 30 straight points after falling behind 7-0 late in the first quarter. "We lacked emotion from the get-go tonight," North coach Dan Cunningham said. "Even the first scoring drive just seemed empty.
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by BILL STERNER/Staff Correspondent | October 24, 2004
WILLIAMSPORT - Williamsport football coach Adrian Custer is not even distantly related to the famous general with the same last name who had his last stand at Little Big Horn. That Custer chose not to surrender. Coach Custer can relate to that sentiment. The Wildcats spotted Catoctin a 19-point lead before mounting a comeback that ultimately fell short in a 37-23 MVAL Antietam loss Saturday afternoon. The Wildcats (0-8, 0-5) thrilled the large Homecoming crowd by pounding in two late touchdowns by fullback Ian Hamilton.
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by CHRIS CARTER /Staff Correspondent | September 23, 2006
HEDGESVILLE, W.Va. - All the Hedgesville offense needed to do Friday night against University was open a lane for senior tailback Richard Lane. Lane cut through the University defense for a season-high 169 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Eagles to a 21-12 win at Mumaw Stadium. "I've been expecting a game like this from the beginning," Lane said. "We had some new people playing some new positions up front and it took a little bit. Now we know we can do it. " Lane was held to 3 yards on his first six carries, but found his groove on Hedgesville's fifth drive of the game.
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September 25, 2009
NORTH EAST, Md. -- Steve Coccodrilli threw two first-half touchdown passes and Josh Hall returned the second-half kickoff for a score as North Hagerstown shut out North East 29-0 on Friday night. The Hubs (2-2) produced 302 yards of offense -- 231 coming on the ground -- while holding North East (0-4) to minus-27 yards overall and minus-51 on the ground. Coccodrilli finished 4-for-7 for 67 yards and was picked off twice. He hit Anthony Winter with a 12-yard scoring strike in the first quarter and Desmond Meade with an 11-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter as the Hubs took a 14-0 halftime lead.
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By BOB PARASILITI | September 4, 2005
bobp@hearld-mail.com SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - The difference in the Shippensburg-Shepherd University game sat deeply in the back of Red Raiders quarterback Tony Gomez's eyes. They became required reading for Shepherd linebacker Jeremy Bailey. Bailey followed Gomez's pupils around the goal line and knocked down a two-point conversion pass intended for Walter Crump in the back of the end zone to end Shippensburg's unlikely comeback and secure a 34-32 victory for the Rams on Saturday at Ram Stadium.
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By TIM KOELBLE | November 14, 2009
SAINT JAMES -- Saint James played a pretty good second half of football Saturday. The problem? The Saints were awful in the first half and lost their season finalé to Flint Hill, 35-21. The Saints were guilty of four interceptions, a lost fumble and penalties totalling 120 yards while falling behind 29-0 by halftime. The Huskies clinched their fourth straight Mid-Atlantic Conference title. "I take the blame for the performance," said Saints coach Chris Milmoe.
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September 25, 2009
NORTH EAST, Md. -- Steve Coccodrilli threw two first-half touchdown passes and Josh Hall returned the second-half kickoff for a score as North Hagerstown shut out North East 29-0 on Friday night. The Hubs (2-2) produced 302 yards of offense -- 231 coming on the ground -- while holding North East (0-4) to minus-27 yards overall and minus-51 on the ground. Coccodrilli finished 4-for-7 for 67 yards and was picked off twice. He hit Anthony Winter with a 12-yard scoring strike in the first quarter and Desmond Meade with an 11-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter as the Hubs took a 14-0 halftime lead.
NEWS
By MARK KELLER | October 17, 2008
Jeremy Musselman threw for 141 yards and ran for two touchdowns to lead Walkersville to a 30-22 victory over North Hagerstown in an MVAL Piedmont football game Thursday at Mike Callas Stadium. Musselman added a 25-yard field goal and Tyler White also ran for a pair of touchdowns for the Lions (2-5, 1-0), who scored 30 straight points after falling behind 7-0 late in the first quarter. "We lacked emotion from the get-go tonight," North coach Dan Cunningham said. "Even the first scoring drive just seemed empty.
NEWS
By BOB PARASILITI | September 27, 2008
The South Hagerstown football team didn't make a lot of plays Friday night. But the few that they did were spectacular. South turned a fumble recovery into a quick touchdown and ran back two kicks for scores -- including a 50-yard return by Antoine Malone on an onside kick -- to carve out a 24-17 win to ruin the home opener for a offensively revamped Williamsport. "We'll take it," said South Hagerstown coach Greg Kellick, whose Rebels improved to 2-2. "We've had (games like that)
NEWS
by CHRIS CARTER /Staff Correspondent | September 23, 2006
HEDGESVILLE, W.Va. - All the Hedgesville offense needed to do Friday night against University was open a lane for senior tailback Richard Lane. Lane cut through the University defense for a season-high 169 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Eagles to a 21-12 win at Mumaw Stadium. "I've been expecting a game like this from the beginning," Lane said. "We had some new people playing some new positions up front and it took a little bit. Now we know we can do it. " Lane was held to 3 yards on his first six carries, but found his groove on Hedgesville's fifth drive of the game.
NEWS
By BOB PARASILITI | September 4, 2005
bobp@hearld-mail.com SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - The difference in the Shippensburg-Shepherd University game sat deeply in the back of Red Raiders quarterback Tony Gomez's eyes. They became required reading for Shepherd linebacker Jeremy Bailey. Bailey followed Gomez's pupils around the goal line and knocked down a two-point conversion pass intended for Walter Crump in the back of the end zone to end Shippensburg's unlikely comeback and secure a 34-32 victory for the Rams on Saturday at Ram Stadium.
NEWS
by BILL STERNER/Staff Correspondent | October 24, 2004
WILLIAMSPORT - Williamsport football coach Adrian Custer is not even distantly related to the famous general with the same last name who had his last stand at Little Big Horn. That Custer chose not to surrender. Coach Custer can relate to that sentiment. The Wildcats spotted Catoctin a 19-point lead before mounting a comeback that ultimately fell short in a 37-23 MVAL Antietam loss Saturday afternoon. The Wildcats (0-8, 0-5) thrilled the large Homecoming crowd by pounding in two late touchdowns by fullback Ian Hamilton.
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