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October 18, 2012
Washington County games Williamsport Wildcats (0-7) at South Hagerstown Rebels (7-0) When: Friday, 7 p.m. Series: South Hagerstown leads, 25-15. Last meeting: 2011 - South Hagerstown, 29-14. Last week: The Wildcats lost to Brunswick, 40-0. ... The Rebels beat Catoctin, 40-6. Notes: The Rebels have won the last two meetings. ... The home team has lost the last five times in the series. ... Both teams are on eight-game streaks, though in opposite directions.
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August 30, 2008
PREP FOOTBALL STERLING, Va. - Ryan Rowland rushed for 142 yards and two touchdowns for Martinsburg in the Bulldogs' 39-30 season-opening loss to host Potomac Falls. Potomac Falls led 19-14 at halftime and 33-30 entering the fourth quarter. Brooke 14, Jefferson 6 BROOKE, W.Va. - Dewey McDonald scored Jefferson's lone touchdown in the second quarter as the Cougars dropped their season opener. A blocked extra point left Jefferson behind 7-6, and Brooke made it stand up with a second-half score.
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October 8, 2005
PREP FOOTBALL No. 6 Thomas Johnson 44 North Carroll 6 Thomas Johnson63008-44 North Carroll0006-6 TJ - Bobby Humphries 3 run (run failed) TJ - Humphries 22 run (Humphries run) TJ - Jerame Duvall 5 pass from Brad Betson (Kerns run) TJ - Duvall 6 punt return (run failed) TJ - Terrance Kerns 33 run (Humphries run) NC - Pasta 1 run (pass failed) TJ - Dustin Muse 21 run (conversion good) Records: Thomas Johnson 4-1, 2-0; North Carroll 1-4, 0-2.REP FOOTBALL Brunswick 21, North 7 North 0700-7 Brunswick0777-21 N-Lamar Harris 3 run (Chris Reid kick)
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from Staff reports | September 28, 2003
If it's not one thing, it's another. Last weekend, Hurricane Isabel reared her head and made life miserable for high school athletic directors by pushing back games for several days. Just when it seemed this weekend's prep football slate was going to be completed unscathed, severe thunderstorms rolled through the area, knocking out two games completely and leaving two others unfinished. Those four games, along with the Walkersville-Brunswick game which began on Thursday and the FSK-Middletown and Frederick-Westminster games that were rescheduled in the wake of Isabel, add up to a high school version of Monday Night Football.
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October 18, 2002
Record L W 1. Martinsburg 7-01 2. Middletown 5-12 3. South Hagerstown 5-14 4. Berkeley Springs 5-23 5. Boonsboro 3-37 6. Catoctin 4-26 7. Brunswick 3-3 Also considered: St. John's-PH (3-0), Chambersburg (2-5).
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By MARK KELLER | keller@herald-mail.com | January 23, 2013
In coaching, one of the most difficult things to do is to replace a legend. Brian Thomas is going to give it his best shot. The 28-year-old Berkeley County native was formally announced as the new head football coach at Musselman High School this week, replacing longtime coach Denny Price. “I know I have big shoes to fill, that's for sure,” Thomas said. “In my opinion, (Price) is the greatest coach in West Virginia history. To me, though, I don't see it as replacing a legend, but more of a friend and a mentor.” Thomas grew up in Martinsburg and graduated from Hedgesville High School.
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October 25, 2012
Washington County games Boonsboro Warriors (7-1) at North Hagerstown Hubs (7-1) When: Saturday, 7 p.m. Series: North Hagerstown leads, 19-17. Last meeting: 2011 - North Hagerstown, 28-21 (OT). Last week: The Warriors beat Brunswick, 47-0. ... The Hubs beat Catoctin, 48-6. Notes: The Hubs have won the last two meetings after dropping the previous three. ... The Warriors have won five in a row since suffering their only loss of the year, a 32-13 defeat at the hands of South Hagerstown in Week 3. ... The Hubs have won six in a row since suffering their only loss of the year, a 20-14 defeat at the hands of Frederick.
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By MARK KELLER | keller@herald-mail.com | September 1, 2012
Saint James football coach Juwuane Sandridge was more than happy to let his team celebrate following a season-opening 40-14 win over Hancock on Saturday. He just didn't want there to be too much celebration. “This is exactly where we were last season, and we all know what happened after that,” Sandridge said. The Saints lost eight straight after an opening win over Hancock in 2011. Saint James broke open a close game in the fourth quarter when Bobby Brennan completed 4 of 5 passes for 94 yards and two touchdowns.
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December 30, 2011
Editor's note: This is the final installment in a six-part series looking back at some of the biggest local, regional and national stories of 2011. Nov. 1 - In volleyball, North Hagerstown beats South Hagerstown 3-0 in regular-season finale … In Maryland 2A West boys soccer, Williamsport loses to Poolesville 3-1. 2 - HCC men win basketball season opener 103-88 over NOVA and the HCC women open with 66-51 win over NOVA. 3 - North Hagerstown girls and South Hagerstown boys teams advance to Maryland Class 3A state cross country meet.
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October 5, 2011
Saint James Saints (1-4) at Sidwell Friends Quakers (2-2) When: Today, 4:30 p.m. Series: Sidwell Friends leads, 24-8-2. Last meeting: 2010 - Saint James, 51-12. Last week: The Saints lost to Potomac School, 50-0. ... The Quakers lost to Hancock 21-20. Notes: The Saints have won the last three meetings, scoring 108 points combined. The Quakers won the previous 12 meetings as the Saints scored 109 points combined. ... The Saints have lost four straight games since winning their season opener.
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By BRETT NIEVES | Staff Correspondent | August 19, 2011
It doesn't take long to understand what Keon Lattimore enjoys most about playing football for the Chambersburg Cardinals. It's not a lucrative contract or being at the hub of a constant media frenzy. It's something that resonates with many athletes - being close to home. Lattimore is originally from Lakeland, Fla., which sits about 40 miles east of Tampa. He moved to Maryland and played prep football at Mount St. Joseph High School near Baltimore before playing collegiately at the University of Maryland.
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