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Maryland High School Football Scoreboard – Quarterfinals

November 22, 2008

By Jeff Fisher
The High School Football Huddle

Lake Wilde’s postseason experience continues to pay-off as the five-time Maryland state champs find themselves back in the state semifinals. The sixth-seeded Wildecats beat Fallston 39-15 Friday night to win the 3A East Regional title to advance to the school’s eighth semifinal contest. Click here for game story.

Click here to go to the Maryland High School Football Huddle.

Maryland High School Football Scores
Friday, November 21, 2008

Quarterfinals

USA Today Super 25
#21 River Hill 21 Frederick Douglas-PG 6

4A
Sherwood 31 Quince Orchard 10
Linganore 53 Perry Hall 0
Arundel 42 Severna Park 20 Click here for game story

3A
Seneca Valley 35 Urbana 21
Hereford 41 Milford Mill 14 Click here for game story
Westlake 16 Lackey 14
Wilde Lake 39 Fallston 3

2A Click here for all game recaps
Century 47 Middletown 0
Eastern Tech 35 Edmondson 6
River Hill 21 Frederick Douglas-PG 6
Queen Anne’s 30 Kent Island 6

1A
Fort Hill 21 Alleghany 14
Catoctin 50 Pikesville 13
Joppatowne 26 Havre de Grace 0 Click here for game story

Maryland High School Football Scoreboard – 1st Round Playoffs

November 15, 2008

Maryland High School Football Scores
Friday, November 14, 2008

Class 4A
Perry Hall 34 Thomas Johnson 0
Severna Park 28 Old Mill 21
Arundel 49 North County 15

Class 3A
Hereford 37 Mergenthaler 6
Wilde Lake 21 Howard 14
Fallston 37 Stephen Decatur 6

Class 2A
River Hill 20 Gwynn Park 6
Eastern Tech 31 Poly 6

Class 1A
Pikesville 22 New Town 18
Joppatowne 14 Cambridge-SD 7

Maryland High School Football Scoreboard – Week 6

October 11, 2008

Maryland High School Football Scores
Friday, October 10, 2008

USA Today Super 25
#9 River Hill 55 Reservoir 0

Around Maryland
Albert Einstein 22, Northwood 18
Allegany 55, Hampshire, W.Va. 14
Archbishop Curley 49, Pallotti 6
Arundel 20, Annapolis 19
Boonsboro 44, Williamsport 6
Cambridge/SD 48, Col. Richardson 0
Centennial 42, Glenelg 21
Chopticon 20, Lackey 19
City College 28, Lake Clifton 18
Clarksburg 25, Bethesda 14
Damascus 41, Magruder 19
Dunbar 56, Carver Vo- Tech 0
Elkton 32, C. Milton Wright 28
Fort Hill 38, Jefferson, W.Va. 6
Frederick 35, South Hagerstown 0
Gaithersburg 31, Hubie Blake 6
Harwood Southern 42, Glen Burnie 20
John F. Kennedy 14, Watkins Mill 8
Kent Island 32, Wicomico 8
Laurel, Del. 49, Easton 22
Linganore 58, Westminster 7
Mergenthaler 20, Patterson 8
Middletown 42, North Hagerstown 28
Mountain Ridge 30, Northern – G 0
Mt. Hebron 49, Oakland Mills 12
Oakland Southern 22, Petersburg, W.Va. 0
Old Mill 56, Pasadena Chesapeake 6
Quince Orchard 47, Walt Whitman 6
River Hill 55, Reservoir 0
Saint Paul’s Boys 37, John Carroll 14
Samuel L. Banks 20, Poolesville 0
Seneca Valley 49, Wheaton 0
Severna Park 27, Meade 26
Sherwood 35, Montgomery Blair 7
Smithsburg 49, Brunswick 14
Springbrook 15, Paint Branch 12
Steven Decatur 28, Parkside 20
St. John’s Catholic Prep 35, Baltimore-Lutheran 0
St. Mary’s 24, Cardinal Gibbons 13
Tuscarora 13, Walkersville 10, OT
Wilde Lake 27, Howard 13
Winston Churchill 49, Northwest – Mtg 27
Woodberry Forest, Va. 17, Landon 3
Wootton 20, Rockville 0

Officials Announce A New High School Football All-Star Game in Maryland

September 2, 2008

By Jeff Fisher
The High School Football Huddle


For the first time since 2004, there will be a statewide high school football all-star game in Maryland.

The Maryland Crab Bowl will be played December 20th at Johnny Unitas Stadium at Towson University. The game will feature the state’s top 90 seniors from public and private schools being split into two teams..the Baltimore regional team and the Washington DC regional team.

The DC regional team, which will be coached by Quince Orachard head coach Dave Mencarini, will include players from Montgomery, Prince George’s, Calvert, St. Mary’s and Charles counties. Dunbar head coach Lawrence Smith will be the leader of the Baltimore team, which will be made-up of players from Anne Arundel, Howard, Baltimore, Frederick, Washington, Alleghany, Cecil, Harford, Carroll and Garrett counties.

Here are the players selected for the Baltimore team, the DC players will be announced later this week.

Player – High School
Justin Hymes – Allegany High School
Joe Petrides, – Archbishop Curley High School
Jacob Perry – Archbishop Curley High School
Eric Franklin – Archbishop Curley High School
Nick Whittles – Archbishop Spalding High School
Beau Haworth – Archbishop Spalding High School
Alec Lemon – Arundel High School
Stephen Jackson – Baltimore City College High
Arnold Farmer – Baltimore Polytechnic Institute
Darian Conners – Eastern Technical High School
Carroll Washington – Edmondson-Westside High School
David Mackall -Edmondson-Westside High School
Caleb Morris – Fort Hill High School
Carl Fleming – Franklin High School
Nick DePaola – Hereford High School
Leon Kinnard – Loyola Blakefield High School
Terence Garvin – Loyola Blakefield High School
Ryan Bonheyo – Maryland School For the Deaf
Renard Robinson- Mount Saint Joseph High School
Mike Kropkowski – North Harford High School
Micah Colston -Parkside High School
Tyler Jarmon – Parkside High School
Jonathan Perry – Paul Laurence Dunbar High School
Tavon Austin – Paul Laurence Dunbar High School
Sean Farr – Paul Laurence Dunbar High School
Courtney Bridget – Paul Laurence Dunbar High School
Tevin Brown – Paul Laurence Dunbar High School
Horace Miller – Paul Laurence Dunbar High School
Dave Stinebaugh – Perry Hall High School
Mike Campanaro – River Hill High School
Sean Hull – River Hill High School
Leron Eaddy – River Hill High School
DJ Scott – Thomas Johnson High School
Dominic Clarke – Tuscarora High School
Lex Utt – Urbana High School
Chaz Cousin – Wilde Lake High School
Aaron Bailey – Long Reach High School
Malek Redd – River Hill High School
Jakari Jackson – Tuscarora High School

Click here to go to the Maryland Crab Bowl’s official website.

High School Football Championship Scoreboard

December 9, 2007


High School Football Scores
Friday & Saturday, December 7 & 8, 2007
Updated Saturday 11: 45 PM EST

Championships

Alabama

6A
Prattville 14 Spain Park 0

5A
St. Paul’s 14 Briarwood 13

4A
Central-Tuscaloosa 34 Deshler 7

3A
Cordova 21 Clay County 13

2A
Leroy 25 Fyffe 20

1A
Sweet Water 42 Telladega County Central 7

Arkansas

4A
Nashville 42 Pine Bluff Dollarway 26

3A
Glen Rose 35 Shiloh Christian 34 (OT)

2A
Mount Ida 17 Bearden 16

Arizona

Class 5A Division I
Brophy Prep 32 Desert Vista 21

Class 5A Division II
Centennial 20 Westview 14

Class 4A Division I
Saguaro 23 Canyon del Oro 21

Class 4A Division II
Notre Dame Prep 49 Mingus 32

California

North Coast Section

4A
De La Salle 37 California 0

3A
San Ramon Valley 38 Cardinal Newman 28

2A
Novato 34 Las Lomas 21

Southern Section

PAC-5
Long Beach Poly 13 Crespi 3

Inland
Centennial 42 Santiago 7

LA City
Birmingham 41 Carson 6

Northern
St. Bonaventure 42 Hart 28

Western
St. Paul 42 Palmdale 14

Central
Colony 41 Canyon Springs 14

Southwest
El Dorado 13 Trabuco Hills 12

Southeast
La Habra 16 Fullerton 6

Southern
Cypress 36 Pacifica 30

Northwest
Oaks Christian 52 Nordhoff 7

San Diego Section

Division I
Poway 21 Rancho Buena Vista 7

Division II
Oceanside 26 Mission Hills 7

Division III
Cathedral Catholic 41 Point Loma 3

Division V
Bishop’s 17 Christian 7

Florida

2A
Madison County 28 Tampa Catholic 7

1B
Pahokee 53 Newberry 14

1A Final
American Heritage 31 North Florida Christian 28

1B Final
Jupiter Christian 27 FAMU 14

Kentucky

6A
Trinity 34 St. Xavier 28 (OT)

5A
Highlands 28 Bowling Green 7

4A
Lexington Catholic 49 Lone Oak 7

3A
Central 27 Belfry 17

2A
Fort Campbell 21 Newport Central Catholic 7

1A
Beechwood 38 Lexington Christian 35

Louisiana

5A
Destrehan 41 Acadiana 21

4A
Bastrop 38 Archbishop Shaw 14

3A
Parkview Baptist 19 Westlake 18

2A
John Curtis 28 St. James 13

1A
South Plaquemines 48 West St. John 8

Maryland

4A
Quince Orchard 36 Arundel 30

3A
Damascus 40 Hereford 20

2A
River Hill 14 Eastern Tech 7

1A
Dunbar 58 Allegany 34

Mississippi

5A
South Panola 28 George County 21

1A
Ray Brook 34 Puckett 21

New Mexico

5A
Mayfield 49 Clovis 48 (2 OTs)

4A
Artesia 58 Goddard 31

3A
St. Michael’s 27 Robertson 6

North Carolina

4AA
New Bern 28 Independence 17

4A
Hoggard 28 Mount Tabor 0

3AA
Dudley 28 Charlotte Catholic 20

3A Final
Western Alamance 62 North Gaston 36

2AA
Reidsville 28 Shelby 20

2A
Lincolnton 28 South Columbus 14

1AA
Kenan 13 West Montgomery 6

1A Final
Plymouth 20 North Duplin 13

Oregon

6A
Sheldon 28 Tualatin 14

5A
West Albany 34 Glencoe 7

4A
Marist 36 Sisters 28

Tennessee

5A
Smyrna 46 Independence 20

4A
Maryville 28 Maplewood 13

3A
David Lipscomb 32 Fulton 24

2A
Alcoa 35 Goodpasture 3

1A Final
South Pittsburg 52 McKenzie 20

Virginia

Division 6
Westfield 42 Woodbridge 14

Division 5
Stone Bridge 38 Potomac 0

Division 4
Amherst 56 Sherando 10

Division 3
Monticello 36 Richlands 22

Division 2
Gretna 52 Gate City 0

Division 1
Buffalo Gap 24 Clintwood 19

River Hill Wins Battle of Unbeatens to Win Maryland 2A Title

December 9, 2007


River Hill captured the school’s first Maryland high school football championship Saturday beating Eastern Tech 14-7 in the 2A final.

Both teams entered the game with unbeaten records. Eastern Tech had driven inside the River Hill 10-yard line when time expired.

To read a game recap, click here.

Dunbar’s Maryland 1A Championship Poetic Justice

December 9, 2007


Tomorrow would have been the late Ben Eaton’s 59th birthday. Eaton died August 27th putting extra meaning into Dunbar’s drive for a second straight Maryland 1A high school football championship.

The team honored its former head coach Saturday with a 58-34 win over Allegany in the title game. It was the Poets fifth championship.

To read a game recap, click here.

Quince Orchard Stages Huge Comeback to Win Maryland 4A Title

December 8, 2007


With eight minutes to go in its Maryland 4A high school football championship against Quince Orchard trailed Arundel 23-7…when the final horn sounded…Quince Orchard was ahead on the scoreboard 36-30.

Running back Thomas Addison was the big man in the 29-point fourth quarter. Addison scored on runs of 28, 86 and 42 yards and finished the night with 19 carries for 219-yards.

To read a complete recap of the comeback, click here.

Damascus Captures Maryland’s 3A Championship

December 7, 2007


Another big weekend of handing out the hardware began Thursday night with the first championship trophy being awarded in Maryland.

Damascus (13-1) beat Hereford 40-20 for Maryland’s 3A championship. Damascus was led by Kyle Frazier, who was very efficient completing 10-of-13 pases for 211 yards and four touchdowns. His top receiver was Lee Hertel, who caught six of Frazier’s ten completions for 166 yards and one touchdown. When Frazier wasn’t throwing he was handing off to running back Evan Zedler, who carried the ball 33 times for 203 yards and a touchdown.

To read more about the game, click here.

Maryland 4A Championship Game Preview

December 6, 2007


When Arundel plays Quince Orchard on Friday night for the Maryland 4A high school football championship all eyes will be on Arundel’s quarterback Nick Elko, who has spent the season rewriting the state’s passing record book.

Last week when the Cougars beat defending state champion Suitland 14-13, Elko tossed his 39th and 40th touchdown passes of the year that set a Maryland single-season mark. On Friday, he can set two more. Elko is 205 yards aways from the single-season record for passing yardage and 12 completions short of the single-season record of 237.

For a preview of the game, click here.

Championship Schedule
at M&T Bank Stadium

Class 3A Final
Thursday, December 6, 2007

Hereford vs. Damascus

Class 4A Final
Friday, December 7, 2007

Quince Orchard vs. Arundel

Class 1A
Saturday, December 8, 2007

Dunbar vs. Allegany

Class 2A
Saturday, December 8, 2007

River Hill vs. Eastern Tech


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