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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Contributing Writer | September 19, 1992
In a game filled with big plays, Overlea's Tyrese Barmer and Dan Brown made the biggest.Barmer rushed for 127 yards and scored three touchdowns, and Brown added three long touchdowns -- including two on interception returns -- as 10th-ranked Overlea defeated Kenwood, 49-28, last night at Overlea-Fullerton Park.Barmer sparked Overlea (2-1) from the opening kickoff. He ran for 64 yards on eight carries during the Falcons' nine-play, 79-yard opening drive. Barmer capped the march with a 1-yard leap, and Bernard Fitchette hit Igwe Blount with the two-point conversion.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | November 21, 1992
Terry Ward hoped to win last night's Class 2A state football semifinal in the trenches, where Damascus had one lineman weighing more than 200 pounds, and his Overlea Falcons averaged 230.Problem was, his Falcons (10-2) dug themselves an early hole in the first quarter, were penalized 10 times for 88 yards overall and blew four solid chances to pull out a victory.So the seventh-ranked, second seed Falcons -- particularly All-Metro running back Tyrese Barmer (15 carries, 55 yards), left Dundalk Community College with a 6-0 loss and feeling as if they had beaten themselves more than the Hornets (11-1)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | November 17, 1992
"My motivation," says Overlea running back Tyrese Barmer, "comes from my family."The one who is easiest to please is Barmer's grandfather, Earnest McIntosh, a former Carver High football player who gives the Overlea senior $10 for every win, and $5 for every touchdown.And in last weekend's 20-0 Class 2A quarterfinal victory over Wicomico, Barmer scored three touchdowns and rushed for 216 yards -- that's $25."I owe it all to the linemen -- they really opened the holes and I just hit them the best I could," said Barmer, crediting blockers Bill Brown (6 feet 2, 300 pounds)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | November 17, 1992
"My motivation," says Overlea running back Tyrese Barmer, "comes from my family."The one who is easiest to please is Barmer's grandfather, Earnest McIntosh, a former Carver High football player who gives the Overlea senior $10 for every win, and $5 for every touchdown.And in last weekend's 20-0 Class 2A quarterfinal victory over Wicomico, Barmer scored three touchdowns and rushed for 216 yards -- that's $25."I owe it all to the linemen -- they really opened the holes and I just hit them the best I could," said Barmer, crediting blockers Bill Brown (6 feet 2, 300 pounds)
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By Sam Davis | October 22, 1991
If you want to find out how good Overlea High running back Tyrese Barmer is, don't clock him in the 40-yard -- and don't watch him practice."He has a certain time in the 40 and he also has a certain time when ,14l you give him the ball," said Overlea coach Terry Ward. "He doesn't talk a lot and he's not a great practice player, but we forgive him when game time comes."With good reason.With three regular-season games remaining, Barmer, a junior, has rushed for 934 yards, 11 touchdowns and nine two-point conversions to lead the Falcons to a 7-0 record and the area's No. 6 ranking.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | November 14, 1992
Overlea's 20-0 victory over Wicomico in the Class 2A state quarterfinals last night at Dundalk Community College puts the eighth-ranked Falcons where their season ended a year ago -- in the semifinals.If Overlea running back Tyrese Barmer and quarterback Bernar nTC Fitchette have their way -- as they did against seventh seed Wicomico (7-3) -- the season won't end with next week's game against the winner of last night's matchup between third seed Damascus (9-1) and sixth seed Glenelg (8-2)
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By Kevin Eck | November 16, 1991
Overlea coach Terry Ward said he could see the intensity in Steve Lockett's eyes.With the Falcons trailing Edgewood by four with 9 minutes remaining in their Class 2A quarterfinal last night, Lockett fielded an Edgewood punt inside his 20, and returned it to Overlea's 43.Eight plays later, quarterback Bernard Fitchette (17 carries, 104 yards) scored the winning touchdown on a 2-yard run with 4:45 left to give the fifth-ranked and top-seeded Falcons (11-0) a 24-20 victory over No. 12 and eighth-seeded Edgewood (8-3)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | November 21, 1992
Terry Ward hoped to win last night's Class 2A state football semifinal in the trenches, where Damascus had one lineman weighing more than 200 pounds, and his Overlea Falcons averaged 230.Problem was, his Falcons (10-2) dug themselves an early hole in the first quarter, were penalized 10 times for 88 yards overall and blew four solid chances to pull out a victory.So the seventh-ranked, second seed Falcons -- particularly All-Metro running back Tyrese Barmer (15 carries, 55 yards), left Dundalk Community College with a 6-0 loss and feeling as if they had beaten themselves more than the Hornets (11-1)
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By Bob Caplan | October 20, 1990
John Swigart scored two touchdowns and passed for two more yesterday, as Overlea dealt visiting and 20th-ranked Dundalk its first loss of the season, 40-22.The win gave the Falcons (6-1, 4-0) sole possession of first place in Baltimore County's 3A League. Dundalk is 6-1 overall, 3-1 in the league."We had four good days of practice this week and were ready to play," Swigart said. "We stopped their option play and had them confused the whole game."Overlea struck first, taking the opening possession 48 yards in six plays.
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By Mike Frainie | October 20, 1991
Whoever said that variety is the spice of life would love the Overlea Falcons.The host Falcons (7-0, 6-0) used two long runs, a pass and an interception return, along with 100-yard rushing days by Tyrese Barmer (15 carries, 112 yards) and Bernard Fitchette (eight carries, 102 yards), to defeat Chesapeake of Baltimore County (5-2, 4-2), 30-7, in a Baltimore County League 2A-1A game.The sixth-ranked Falcons held the No. 16 Bayhawks to 176 total yards and allowed them past the 20 twice.Lamar King led the Bayhawks with 15 carries for 79 yards.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | November 14, 1992
Overlea's 20-0 victory over Wicomico in the Class 2A state quarterfinals last night at Dundalk Community College puts the eighth-ranked Falcons where their season ended a year ago -- in the semifinals.If Overlea running back Tyrese Barmer and quarterback Bernar nTC Fitchette have their way -- as they did against seventh seed Wicomico (7-3) -- the season won't end with next week's game against the winner of last night's matchup between third seed Damascus (9-1) and sixth seed Glenelg (8-2)
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Staff Writer | October 17, 1992
If Overlea High has had a problem this season, it has been stopping the other team.But last night the Falcons applied a defensive clamp to previously unbeaten Chesapeake-BC and rambled to a 26-12 victory before 1,000 fans at Dundalk Community College.It was a major step toward the 1992 playoffs for a team accustomed to postseason play."Say we had lost this one and gone on to be 8-2, we'd have been on the bubble," said Overlea coach Terry Ward. "Nothing would have been a cinch. But I think Chesapeake is OK if they win the rest of their games."
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Contributing Writer | September 19, 1992
In a game filled with big plays, Overlea's Tyrese Barmer and Dan Brown made the biggest.Barmer rushed for 127 yards and scored three touchdowns, and Brown added three long touchdowns -- including two on interception returns -- as 10th-ranked Overlea defeated Kenwood, 49-28, last night at Overlea-Fullerton Park.Barmer sparked Overlea (2-1) from the opening kickoff. He ran for 64 yards on eight carries during the Falcons' nine-play, 79-yard opening drive. Barmer capped the march with a 1-yard leap, and Bernard Fitchette hit Igwe Blount with the two-point conversion.
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By Kevin Eck | November 16, 1991
Overlea coach Terry Ward said he could see the intensity in Steve Lockett's eyes.With the Falcons trailing Edgewood by four with 9 minutes remaining in their Class 2A quarterfinal last night, Lockett fielded an Edgewood punt inside his 20, and returned it to Overlea's 43.Eight plays later, quarterback Bernard Fitchette (17 carries, 104 yards) scored the winning touchdown on a 2-yard run with 4:45 left to give the fifth-ranked and top-seeded Falcons (11-0) a 24-20 victory over No. 12 and eighth-seeded Edgewood (8-3)
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By Sam Davis | October 22, 1991
If you want to find out how good Overlea High running back Tyrese Barmer is, don't clock him in the 40-yard -- and don't watch him practice."He has a certain time in the 40 and he also has a certain time when ,14l you give him the ball," said Overlea coach Terry Ward. "He doesn't talk a lot and he's not a great practice player, but we forgive him when game time comes."With good reason.With three regular-season games remaining, Barmer, a junior, has rushed for 934 yards, 11 touchdowns and nine two-point conversions to lead the Falcons to a 7-0 record and the area's No. 6 ranking.
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By Mike Frainie | October 20, 1991
Whoever said that variety is the spice of life would love the Overlea Falcons.The host Falcons (7-0, 6-0) used two long runs, a pass and an interception return, along with 100-yard rushing days by Tyrese Barmer (15 carries, 112 yards) and Bernard Fitchette (eight carries, 102 yards), to defeat Chesapeake of Baltimore County (5-2, 4-2), 30-7, in a Baltimore County League 2A-1A game.The sixth-ranked Falcons held the No. 16 Bayhawks to 176 total yards and allowed them past the 20 twice.Lamar King led the Bayhawks with 15 carries for 79 yards.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Staff Writer | October 17, 1992
If Overlea High has had a problem this season, it has been stopping the other team.But last night the Falcons applied a defensive clamp to previously unbeaten Chesapeake-BC and rambled to a 26-12 victory before 1,000 fans at Dundalk Community College.It was a major step toward the 1992 playoffs for a team accustomed to postseason play."Say we had lost this one and gone on to be 8-2, we'd have been on the bubble," said Overlea coach Terry Ward. "Nothing would have been a cinch. But I think Chesapeake is OK if they win the rest of their games."
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By Mike Frainie | September 14, 1991
Forgive coach Bob Davis of Towson (1-1, 0-1) if he sees the letter O in his sleep. O for option and for No. 18-ranked Overlea.Overlea's Falcons (2-0, 1-0) used an option-oriented attack to score 30 first-half points in a 38-14 victory last night at Dundalk Community College.Tyrese Barmer rushed for 171 yards on 20 carries and scored twice to beat the Generals and give Overlea coach Terry Ward his 100th victory in a Baltimore County 1A/2A game."We came out like a house of fire early on," said Ward.
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By Bob Caplan | October 20, 1990
John Swigart scored two touchdowns and passed for two more yesterday, as Overlea dealt visiting and 20th-ranked Dundalk its first loss of the season, 40-22.The win gave the Falcons (6-1, 4-0) sole possession of first place in Baltimore County's 3A League. Dundalk is 6-1 overall, 3-1 in the league."We had four good days of practice this week and were ready to play," Swigart said. "We stopped their option play and had them confused the whole game."Overlea struck first, taking the opening possession 48 yards in six plays.
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