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Hereford-29, Kenwood-21

This was an exciting game that was closer than it should have been. Hereford scored on a long drive in the first quarter, but Kenwood answered with a 60+ yard TD run to tie the game, 7-7. In the second quarter, Hereford had first and goal at the Kenwood three yard line following another long drive, but fumbled into the end zone and Kenwood recovered for a touchback. The game remained tied, 7-7, at halftime.

Kenwood received the second half kickoff and moved briskly downfield, capping the drive with a TD pass of about 30 yards to take the lead. Following the Bluebirds kickoff, Hereford moved to midfield, but once again fumbled. A Kenwood player scooped up the loose ball and took it in for a TD, and suddenly Hereford found itself trailing 21-7. The Bulls sucked it up on their next drive, and aided by a personal foul call against Kenwood, drove down for a score to draw within 21-14. Into the fourth quarter, Kenwood was forced to punt, and Hereford put together another sustained drive and scored with about 5:30 left in the game to pull within one point. The Bulls lined up to kick the extra point, but faked it instead and completed a pass barely inside the end zone to take a 22-21 lead. Following the kickoff, Hereford stopped Kenwood cold on three downs, and with about three minutes left and several time outs left, the Bluebirds inexplicably went for it on fourth and 10 from their own 25 instead of punting. Hereford held, took over on downs, then quickly scored again to make the score 29-21. Kenwood did nothing after receiving the ensuing kickoff, turning the ball over on downs again. Hereford then ran out the clock to end the game.

This was an important win for Hereford, especially coming back from a two TD deficit in the second half to win by eight points. This is something the Bulls can build on for the remainder of the season and, hopefully, the playoffs. Well done to both teams for the effort they put forth tonight. These kids left it all out on the field.

       

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Fort Hill 42 - Holidaysburg (PA) 10

Between the sophomore kicker from FH and the senior kicker from Holidaysburg, there was a total of seven touchbacks.

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North Point 40 Patuxent 3 F

Northwest 31 Seneca Valley 6 F

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Quince Orchard 63 Clarksburg 8 F

Damascus 54 Rockville 6 F

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Howard 42 Mt Hebron 0 F

Long Reach 21 Wilde Lake 0 F

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Atholton 17 at Oakland Mills 14
Marriotts Ridge 17 at Glenelg  21
Hammond 6 at Reservoir 42
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St Frances 27 Don Bosco (NJ) 0 F

Calvert Hall 35 Riverdale Baptist 3 F

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Good Counsel 37 Spalding 21 F

Spalding led 21-0.

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Bullis 30 Avalon 14 F

Oakdale 43 Bowie 20 F

Paint Branch 47 Whitman 6 F

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Kennedy snapped a 27 game losing streak, with a 48-6 win over Northwood.

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Friday, September 15th

- Good Counsel 37, at Archbishop Spalding 21

- Riverdale Baptist 3, at Calvert Hall 35

- McDonogh 14, at DeMatha 17

- Saint Frances 27, at Don Bosco Prep (NJ) 0

- Landon 21, at Boys' Latin 20

- John Carroll 38, at Bel Air 17

- Delmar (DE) 17, at Saint Mary's 35

- Annapolis Area Christian 16, at National Christian 21

- Concordia Prep 20, at Mount Carmel 22 (OT)

- Saint James 40, at Saint John's Catholic Prep 0

- Bishop McNamara 7, at Bishop Sullivan (VA) 48

- Mountain Ridge 7, at Allegany 63

- Fort Hill 42, at Hollidaysburg (PA) 10

- Northern Garrett 50, at Clear Spring 7

- Catoctin 0, at Southern Garrett 23

- Glen Burnie 13, at Annapolis 18

- South River 26, at Arundel 27

- Severna Park 7, at Broadneck 49

- Chesapeake (Anne Arundel) 41, at Catonsville 7

- Meade 13, at Old Mill 20

- Northeast 33, at North County 32

- Manchester Valley 14, at Southern 6

- Dunbar 40, at City 0

- Poly 20, at Mervo 46

- Edmondson 24, at Digital Harbor 18

- Douglass (Baltimore City) 12, at Patterson 6

- Carver 38, at Benjamin Franklin 0

- Bluford Drew Jemison 0, at Lake Clifton 50

- Reginald Lewis 47, at FAET 0

- Forest Park 33, at National Academy 0

- Southwestern 6, at New Era 26

- Lansdowne 7, at Dundalk 42

- Franklin 38, at Smyrna (DE) 28

- Hereford 29, at Kenwood 21

- Patapsco 0, at Perry Hall 49

- North Harford 29, at Eastern Tech 34

- New Town 20, at Woodlawn 26

- Sparrows Point 0, at Overlea 45

- North Caroline 42, at Cambridge-South Dorchester 0

- Kent County 6, at Kent Island 41

- Arcadia (VA) 36, at Snow Hill 27

- Stephen Decatur 49, at Washington 14

- Easton 13, at Parkside 18

- James M. Bennett 63, at Nandua (VA) 27

- Sussex Central (DE) 28, at Queen Anne's County 17

- Atholton 17, at Oakland Mills 14

- Marriotts Ridge 17, at Glenelg 21

- Hammond 6, at Reservoir 42

- Howard 42, at Mount Hebron 0

- Wilde Lake 0, at Long Reach 21

- Century 14, at North Hagerstown 17

- Francis Scott Key 44, at Patterson Mill 20

- Liberty 17, at Williamsport 6

- South Carroll 6, at South Hagerstown 48

- Westminster 28, at Linganore 50

- Poolesville 21, at Winters Mill 10

- Boonsboro 27, at Brunswick 0

- Green Street Academy 44, at Frederick 29

- Bowie 20, at Oakdale 43

- Walkersville 69, at Thomas Johnson 6

- Tuscarora 28, at Middletown 38

- DuVal 26, at Urbana 6

- Hancock 0, at Capitol Christian 22

- Avalon 14, at Bullis 30

- Saint Mary's Ryken 35, at Paul VI (VA) 0

- Aberdeen 0, at Bohemia Manor 19

- Harford Tech 23, at C. Milton Wright 3

- Edgewood 42, at Joppatowne 6

- Elkton 47, at Rising Sun 20

- North East 7, at Fallston 32

- Havre de Grace 52, at Perryville 6

- Magruder 7, at Blake 36

- Rockville 6, at Damascus 54

- Seneca Valley 6, at Northwest 31

- Bethesda-Chevy Chase 0, at Watkins Mill 48

- Wheaton 13, at Blair 34

- Kennedy 48, at Northwood 12

- Paint Branch 47, at Whitman 6

- Sherwood 21, at Einstein 0

- Springbrook 32, at Walter Johnson 25 (OT)

- Wootton 34, at Richard Montgomery 40

- Gaithersburg 13, at Churchill 42

- Quince Orchard 63, at Clarksburg 8

- Largo 9, at Fairmont Heights 6

- Parkdale 14, at Friendly 13

- Suitland 40, at Cape Henlopen (DE) 0

- Calvert 14, at Huntingtown 0

- Lackey 46, at Great Mills 2

- La Plata 22, at Northern 31

- McDonough 28, at Leonardtown 21

- Patuxent 3, at North Point 40

- Thomas Stone 23, at Chopticon 31

- Westlake 34, at Saint Charles 7

 

Moved to Saturday, September 16th

- Saint Alban's (DC) at Severn

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Saturday, September 16th

- Gilman at Episcopal (VA)

- Loyola at Archbishop Curley

- Saint Joseph's (CN) at Mount Saint Joseph

- Saint Vincent Pallotti at Archbishop Carroll (DC)

- Saint Alban's (DC) at Severn

- Friends at Model Secondary School for the Deaf (DC)

- Dulaney at Towson

- Randallstown at Milford Mill

- Owings Mills at Parkville

- Loch Raven at Chesapeake (Baltimore)

- Pikesville at Western Tech

- Colonel Richardson at Wicomico

- Central Maryland Christian (Home School) at Northern Virginia Kings (Home School) (VA)

- Maryland Christian (Home School) at FCA (Home School) (DE)

- Oakdale at Bowie

- Maryland School for the Deaf at Sidwell Friends (DC)

- Silver Oak at Kingsman Academy (DC)

- Georgetown Prep at Gonzaga (DC)

- High Point at Central

- Laurel at Crossland

- Potomac at Douglass (Prince George's)

- Oxon Hill at Northwestern

- Wise at Bladensburg

- Roosevelt at Flowers

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Gilman down to Episcopal 6-0 at the half. Episcopal has the best QB and offense I've seen so far this year. Also a very impressive DL. Gilman has finally started the transfer and QB, and he looks very poised, has had no time to throw. Gilman also had made whole sale changes all over. So either kids are hurt, or they have benched a bunch of kids. Playing two ninth graders on the DL a lot. 

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GA GA GA please stop it man y'all might want to apply for the B conference after this year . That transfer hasn't done a damn thing yet nor has your so called star players man I'm gonna keep it real y'all look like stir fried shat 

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10 minutes ago, GREYHOUND ALUM said:

Gilman down to Episcopal 6-0 at the half. Episcopal has the best QB and offense I've seen so far this year. Also a very impressive DL. Gilman has finally started the transfer and QB, and he looks very poised, has had no time to throw. Gilman also had made whole sale changes all over. So either kids are hurt, or they have benched a bunch of kids. Playing two ninth graders on the DL a lot. 

Several years ago when I first laid eyes on EHS I was extremely impressed with their size and skill set. Well coached and the kids play extremely hard and physical.

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11 minutes ago, Tomslick said:

Several years ago when I first laid eyes on EHS I was extremely impressed with their size and skill set. Well coached and the kids play extremely hard and physical.

Very very well coached. Lot of athletes this year, not as big. QB, the truth. 

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Ok, Gilman coaches should be fired on SPOT! Are you F'ing kidding me!!!! Great play by Spanky to put them in the red zone, hey have Hill in at QB and Booker is wide open for a TD and he throws it 10 yards over his head! Quit tomorrow!! All of you!! 

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Wow!! Purnell Hill comes in and leads a drive, 30 yard TD pass to Piper Hill Gilman 9-6 with 18 seconds left! 

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This one will surely have some of the most boisterous posters ask themselves where they got it all wrong.

Gonzaga 40 Georgetown Prep 0 F

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That EHS team wasn't good at all their mistakes cost them big time 

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