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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Staff writer | January 20, 1991
Nearly two months have passed since Wilde Lake High School won its second state football championship, but the Wildecats' program still feels the effects of its most successful season in school history.Seven Wilde Lake seniors, notably running back Raphael Wall and defensive back Ricky Rowe, are mulling over full college scholarship offers.And Wilde Lake coach Doug DuVall has been selected as the Maryland team's head coach in the sixth annual Big 33 football game, played each summer in Hershey, Pa. It will take place on July 27, pitting Maryland's top 33 high school seniors against the best 33 from Pennsylvania.
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By Pete Pichaske ppichaske@tribune.com | September 16, 2012
His team had just been shut out, 27-0, when legendary Howard County football coach Doug DuVall was corralled for a post-game interview as he walked off the field. So, coach, how do you feel after the loss? "It's just great fun, coaching these kids," he said with a grin. 'It's like herding cats. " His smile broadened. "My biggest job is snapping helmets (on) and tying shoes. And every once in awhile I get the chance to coach. " Forgive DuVall his nonchalant reaction to the loss.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | October 15, 1999
Doug DuVall turned his back to the action.The Wilde Lake coach, who typically roams 5 yards onto the field to follow every play, had noticed Jason Dawns grimacing in pain on the sideline. DuVall abandoned his headset and straddled the bench. He rested his forehead on his fullback's brow and whispered: "Tough times go away. Tough people don't."It's a glimpse of DuVall that has defined his program.He's a motivator more than a strategist. A counselor more than a technician. A confidante more than a coach.
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | December 8, 2010
Michael Harrison, Wilde Lake The day after the Wildecats lost their regular-season finale 27-15 to Atholton, Harrison sat the players down and told them what they needed to do to improve. He showed them a lot of film and told them they also had to believe in themselves. "We said to the kids, 'You've got to believe that you're a good football team and once you believe it, you're able to achieve it.' And they went out and did it the following week. The kids made a commitment. The amount of film they watched and the amount of information they were able to take in was just tremendous.
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August 29, 2007
1 --Ranking in the Boys' Latin senior class held by tackle Dennis Mahoney, who has a 3.99 grade point average. 3-3-5 -- The unorthodox defense that Severna Park plans to run this season, utilizing the Falcons' team speed and ability to blitz. 4 -- Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference titles won by Archbishop Curley in five years before moving up to the A Conference in 2005 and going winless. The Friars played an independent schedule in 2006 and went 9-2. 5 -- State titles won by Baltimore City schools since joining the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association in 1994.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Special to The Baltimore Sun | September 11, 2008
Growing up in a family of athletes, Wilde Lake's Matt Bounds said he was destined to play sports. These days, Bounds, the youngest of three siblings, is fulfilling that destiny as a two-way performer for the Wildecat football team, replacing All-County center David Klotz on offense and playing nose guard on defense. The 17-year-old senior recently discussed his outlook for the team, his plans and his feelings about the impending retirement of longtime Wilde Lake coach Doug DuVall. A year ago, your team advanced to the Class 3A state semifinals before losing to Damascus.
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By Dave Glassman and Dave Glassman,Special to The Evening Sun | July 29, 1991
HERSHEY, Pa. -- This was the gang that couldn't shoot crooked. Straight shooters. Straight arrows.They made every practice on time. Showed up for taping by the trainers on time. Even turned in their equipment and cleaned up the locker room twice a day on time.And when time ran out Saturday night at Hersheypark Stadium, Maryland's Big 33 high school football all-star team had shot down Pennsylvania's, 17-9, for its second win in seven tries."We think it's a high water mark for Maryland high school football," said head coach Doug DuVall (Wilde Lake)
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | December 8, 2010
Michael Harrison, Wilde Lake The day after the Wildecats lost their regular-season finale 27-15 to Atholton, Harrison sat the players down and told them what they needed to do to improve. He showed them a lot of film and told them they also had to believe in themselves. "We said to the kids, 'You've got to believe that you're a good football team and once you believe it, you're able to achieve it.' And they went out and did it the following week. The kids made a commitment. The amount of film they watched and the amount of information they were able to take in was just tremendous.
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By Mike Farabaugh | October 15, 1991
The news that Wilde Lake football coach Doug DuVall won his 150th game this weekend prompted some obvious questions. Who are the area's winningest coaches? Where does DuVall rank on that list?Among active coaches, here's the top five:1. Augie Waibel, Poly 212-532. Mitch Tullai, St. Paul's 190-1243. Joe Brune, Loyola 150-101Tie Doug DuVall, Wilde Lake 150-365. Frank Ewing, Hereford 136-95.That's right. Joe Brune also got his 150th career victory this weekend as Loyola defeated McDonogh, 26-14.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | November 2, 2004
Edmondson's Pete Pompey says Friday's game at Patterson will be the last time he'll coach a regular-season football game. However, he hopes a victory will prolong his final season. Pompey, 64, said he will retire after his 31st year as a high school football coach, including six seasons at Dunbar. Pompey (220-94-1) ranks fifth among Maryland's active coaches behind Good Counsel's Bob Milloy (291-93-1), Wilde Lake's Doug DuVall (268-62), Middletown's Tim Ambrose (248-77) and Patterson's Roger Wrenn (223-96-2)
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Special to The Baltimore Sun | September 11, 2008
Growing up in a family of athletes, Wilde Lake's Matt Bounds said he was destined to play sports. These days, Bounds, the youngest of three siblings, is fulfilling that destiny as a two-way performer for the Wildecat football team, replacing All-County center David Klotz on offense and playing nose guard on defense. The 17-year-old senior recently discussed his outlook for the team, his plans and his feelings about the impending retirement of longtime Wilde Lake coach Doug DuVall. A year ago, your team advanced to the Class 3A state semifinals before losing to Damascus.
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By Glenn Graham and Glenn Graham,Sun reporter | September 19, 2007
Notebook The Wilde Lake football team is off to a 2-0 start and there's no secret why: running the football. In Friday night's 28-10 win over Atholton, the Wildecats pounded and pounded - rushing for 394 yards, with three ball carriers surpassing 100 yards. Senior Ashton Hayes (12 carries, 112 yards, two touchdowns), junior Jerrel Epps (15 carries, 102 yards, one touchdown) and senior Vaughn Stamper (12 carries, 114 yards) shared the duties, with junior quarterback Danny March chipping in 65 yards and a score.
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August 29, 2007
1 --Ranking in the Boys' Latin senior class held by tackle Dennis Mahoney, who has a 3.99 grade point average. 3-3-5 -- The unorthodox defense that Severna Park plans to run this season, utilizing the Falcons' team speed and ability to blitz. 4 -- Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference titles won by Archbishop Curley in five years before moving up to the A Conference in 2005 and going winless. The Friars played an independent schedule in 2006 and went 9-2. 5 -- State titles won by Baltimore City schools since joining the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association in 1994.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | November 2, 2004
Edmondson's Pete Pompey says Friday's game at Patterson will be the last time he'll coach a regular-season football game. However, he hopes a victory will prolong his final season. Pompey, 64, said he will retire after his 31st year as a high school football coach, including six seasons at Dunbar. Pompey (220-94-1) ranks fifth among Maryland's active coaches behind Good Counsel's Bob Milloy (291-93-1), Wilde Lake's Doug DuVall (268-62), Middletown's Tim Ambrose (248-77) and Patterson's Roger Wrenn (223-96-2)
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | October 15, 1999
Doug DuVall turned his back to the action.The Wilde Lake coach, who typically roams 5 yards onto the field to follow every play, had noticed Jason Dawns grimacing in pain on the sideline. DuVall abandoned his headset and straddled the bench. He rested his forehead on his fullback's brow and whispered: "Tough times go away. Tough people don't."It's a glimpse of DuVall that has defined his program.He's a motivator more than a strategist. A counselor more than a technician. A confidante more than a coach.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | June 28, 1997
Team Maryland's senior all-stars face Northern Virginia's in the fifth annual Chesapeake Football Classic tonight at the University of Maryland's Byrd Stadium, a venue that has not been kind to the locals.Virginia leads the series 3-1, including victories in the past two games. Maryland is 0-3 at Byrd Stadium, with its only win coming at Memorial Stadium in the second meeting when North County's Chuck Markiewicz engineered the offense."Collectively, we're kind of embarrassed that Virginia's beaten us three times," said offensive coach Bob Milloy, who has won a record eight state titles over 27 seasons at Montgomery County's Springbrook and Sherwood high schools.
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By Tara Finnegan and Tara Finnegan,Sun Staff Correspondent | July 28, 1991
HERSHEY, Pa. -- The magic came alive before 18,552 fans at Hersheypark Stadium last night.Maryland's Big 33 football team, which coach Doug DuVall (Wilde Lake) dubbed "the magic team," defeated Pennsylvania, 17-9, in the 34th Big 33 Football Classic."It was something magic," DuVall said. "They have set a high mark for Maryland high school football."It [the win] makes Maryland football legitimate."This was the first time Maryland had won a Big 33 game since 1987, when it defeated Pennsylvania, 26-22.
NEWS
By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Contributing writer | August 4, 1991
While Bryon Turner and Daryl Smith were butting helmets last fall inone of Harford County's more pivotal high school football games, they probably had no idea they would be sharing the same sideline this summer.But that's what happened last weekend at Hersheypark (Pa.) Stadium in the 34th annual Big 33 Football Classic, which pitted the top 33 graduated seniors from Maryland against the best from Pennsylvania.And when the celebration began after Maryland beat Pennsylvania, 17-9, before nearly 19,000 spectators -- the second Maryland victory in seven years -- Turner and Smith joined in a victory party togetherfor a change.
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By BILL FREE | January 19, 1994
A dream-like coaching position, a diamond-in-the-rough with excellent football facilities, a perfect cross section of youngsters and one of the fastest growing schools in the state.All those superlatives have been used by football coaches around the state to describe Westminster High and its vacant football coaching position.Over the next three months, some of the top names in area high school coaching will be competing for the right to replace Jeff Oeming as the head coach of the Owls.Wilde Lake's Doug DuVall (174-41 and four state 1A titles in 21 years at the Columbia school)
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Staff Writer | July 11, 1993
For most people, the high school football season is still five weeks away. For Doug DuVall, the football calendar runs year-round.DuVall, who in his 20th season will try to guide Wilde Lake High School to an unprecedented fourth straight state championship this fall, is busily working on the inaugural Chesapeake Football Classic, which will pit the top 33 graduated seniors from Maryland against those from Virginia.The game will be played Saturday, July 24 at the University of Maryland's Byrd Stadium.
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