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November 28, 2012
No. 2 River Hill (13-0) vs. Huntingtown (12-1) When: Thursday, 7 p.m. TV: Ch. 54 Internet radio: SFMSports.net Where: M&T Bank Stadium Coaches: Brian Van Deusen, River Hill; Brendan Galligan, Huntingtown Last meeting: Huntingtown won, 10-7, in the 2009 state semifinal Outlook: The Hawks take the area's longest winning streak — 23 games — into the Class 3A title game against the team that ended their last significant streak...
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By Jeff Seidel, For The Baltimore Sun | January 4, 2014
John Carroll wrestling coach Keith Watson enjoys having his team challenged. That's why he liked seeing what happened in the championship round of the Iron Horse Duals tournament at C. Milton Wright on Saturday. The third-ranked Patriots needed to win three of their final four matches against Huntingtown to lock up their second straight title at the annual tournament. Zach Dwyer's pin in the final match of the night gave John Carroll a 37-27 victory over the Hurricanes and made a long day more worth it. This tournament originally was scheduled to take place over two days.
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By Glenn Graham, glenn.graham@baltsun.com | November 10, 2012
After surviving the tough Class 3A East region with an opening win on penalty kicks and the next two victories by a goal each, the Reservoir boys soccer team enjoyed a more comfortable triumph in Saturday's state semifinal against Huntingtown. The Gators fell behind after an early goal, but scored five unanswered goals for a 5-1 win at CCBC-Essex, sending them to next week's state title game.  In search of the program's second state championship - the first coming in 2010 - Reservoir (12-6)
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | December 4, 2013
Although nobody on Franklin's state final-bound football team played for the 2010 Indians, who also reached the state championship game, that game's result left a lasting impression on members of this year's team. "I remember it was a crazy game," said Indians senior Marquis Miller, who was at M&T Bank Stadium that night. "Both teams played their hearts out, but at the end of the day, just seeing our guys on that field crying - there were 22 seniors on that team - and knowing that was their last game and that they couldn't walk away with a state ring, it was devastating, even to me. " Many of the 2010 players, including Ian Thomas, Mark Venable, Navassa Brown, Chris Jefferson, Josh Sherer and Ryan Bacote, have been in touch with the current Indians throughout their high-scoring playoff drive, encouraging them as they try to finish what the alumni came so close to in that 21-14 loss to Wilde Lake three years ago. Following a 49-7 win at Huntingtown last Friday, the No. 9 Indians (11-2)
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By Glenn Graham, THE BALTIMORE SUN | November 18, 2010
With one memorable touch and 80 minutes of poised play, the Reservoir girls soccer team made history Thursday night at UMBC, coming away with a 1-0 win over Huntingtown in the Class 3A title game for the program's first crown. Senior All-Metro midfielder Katlyn Axenfeld provided the offense, bending home a corner kick late in the first half that proved to be the game-winner. Reservoir finishes its season with a 15-3-1 mark, while Huntingtown, of Calvert County, fell to 15-3. "Last year, we kind of came in like, 'Oh my gosh, it's states,'" senior forward Megan Jackson said.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | November 14, 2013
River Hill All-Metro senior forward Sheridan Street is graduating in December and heading to Syracuse early on a soccer scholarship. She was adamant about adding one more high school accomplishment to her lengthy list before she leaves. In Thursday night's Class 3A state championship game against Huntingtown, Street scored late in the first half and the No. 3 Hawks successfully defended their crown with a 1-0 win over the Hurricanes from Calvert County at UMBC Stadium. It was the seventh goal of the playoffs and 15th on the season for Street.
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By Glenn Graham and Glenn Graham,SUN REPORTER | May 26, 2007
COLLEGE PARK -- Northeast's bid to add to the softball program's nine state titles fell one game short last night in a determined effort against a Huntingtown team that was primed to defend its Class 3A crown. Up against the two-time defending state champions from Calvert County, the No. 8 Eagles weren't able to solve senior pitcher Kerry Hickey, who threw a one-hitter and also provided the game's big blast - a two-run homer - to lead the Hurricanes to a 4-0 win at the University of Maryland's softball complex.
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By Mike Frainie and Mike Frainie,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 15, 2007
COLLEGE PARK -- Reservoir coach Carole Ferrante has had a sign in her office all season asking her volleyball players where they want to be on Nov. 17. Fortunately for her Gators, they'll be right where she wants them to be. Top-ranked Reservoir (19-0) used a dominating passing game and a height advantage to defeat No. 10 Towson (14-5), 25-11, 25-22, 25-19, in the Class 3A state semifinals at Ritchie Coliseum at the University of Maryland. Reservoir got a break off the court when the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association decided to flip-flop the Class 4A title game with the 3A final, allowing the Gators to play Saturday at 7:30 p.m. instead of 2:30 p.m. Reservoir setter Tiffany Jacobson (16 assists)
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By Jeff Seidel, For The Baltimore Sun | January 4, 2014
John Carroll wrestling coach Keith Watson enjoys having his team challenged. That's why he liked seeing what happened in the championship round of the Iron Horse Duals tournament at C. Milton Wright on Saturday. The third-ranked Patriots needed to win three of their final four matches against Huntingtown to lock up their second straight title at the annual tournament. Zach Dwyer's pin in the final match of the night gave John Carroll a 37-27 victory over the Hurricanes and made a long day more worth it. This tournament originally was scheduled to take place over two days.
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | November 29, 2013
Franklin didn't waste any time asserting its speed and athletic advantage over Huntingtown in Friday night's Class 3A state football semifinal. Quarterback Jacquez Adams threw the first of his six touchdown passes 30 yards to Steven Smothers less than five minutes into the game and the No. 11 Indians rolled 49-7 past the Hurricanes in Calvert County. The Indians (11-2) are headed to the state final for the second time in four years and will meet Linganore, from Frederick County, for the Class 3A championship at M&T Bank Stadium on Thursday at 7 p.m. The Lancers, who won the last of their five state titles in 2009, edged No. 13 and two-time defending champion River Hill, 41-38, in Friday's other 3A semifinal.
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | November 29, 2013
Franklin didn't waste any time asserting its speed and athletic advantage over Huntingtown in Friday night's Class 3A state football semifinal. Quarterback Jacquez Adams threw the first of his six touchdown passes 30 yards to Steven Smothers less than five minutes into the game and the No. 11 Indians rolled 49-7 past the Hurricanes in Calvert County. The Indians (11-2) are headed to the state final for the second time in four years and will meet Linganore, from Frederick County, for the Class 3A championship at M&T Bank Stadium on Thursday at 7 p.m. The Lancers, who won the last of their five state titles in 2009, edged No. 13 and two-time defending champion River Hill, 41-38, in Friday's other 3A semifinal.
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By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | November 23, 2013
It was a rough playoff week for Baltimore area high school football teams with only two Top 15 teams advancing to the state semifinals. The semifinal winners will play for the championships at M&T Bank Stadium on Dec. 3 (3A), Dec. 4 (4A) and Dec. 5 (1A and 2A). Check Tuesday's paper to see the new Top 15, but in the meantime, here's a look at how the Top 15 fared this weekend. Ranking/Team/Record/This week's result/Next opponent 1. McDonogh /11-0/Season over. 2. Gilman /7-3/Season over.
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The Baltimore Sun | November 21, 2013
During the school year, Varsity Letters will periodically ask student-athletes from various sports to step in as guest bloggers. They will share their personal thoughts during pivotal stretches of a given season. This week's guest is River Hill senior forward Sheridan Street. The All-Metro first-team selection closed out her high school career with the game-winning goal in a 1-0 win over Huntingtown last week that gave the No. 2 Hawks (14-4-1) their second straight Class 3A state crown.  She is set to graduate from River Hill in December to enroll early at Syracuse, where she will continue her soccer career.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | November 14, 2013
River Hill All-Metro senior forward Sheridan Street is graduating in December and heading to Syracuse early on a soccer scholarship. She was adamant about adding one more high school accomplishment to her lengthy list before she leaves. In Thursday night's Class 3A state championship game against Huntingtown, Street scored late in the first half and the No. 3 Hawks successfully defended their crown with a 1-0 win over the Hurricanes from Calvert County at UMBC Stadium. It was the seventh goal of the playoffs and 15th on the season for Street.
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By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | November 7, 2013
Most of the players chosen for the Ravens' high school Quarterback Challenge have a few weeks to prepare, but Hammond's Tyler Martin doesn't mind being a late substitution for this Sunday's challenge at halftime of the Ravens-Bengals game. “It's awesome,” Martin said. “When coach (Justin Carey) called me up and told me, I was shocked. There's going to be a lot of people there and it's a great opportunity.” Martin, a senior, will square off against Robbie Payne, a junior from Huntingtown in Calvert County.
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By Rich Scherr, For The Baltimore Sun | November 4, 2013
In the hours leading to Monday's Class 3A state semifinal, C. Milton Wright coach Janice Rhodes said she sensed an uneasiness about her top-ranked field hockey team. "We had a lot of nerves going on … on the bus ride up [and] throughout the day," Rhodes said. By early in the second half, both those nerves and the chances of a meltdown against Calvert County's Huntingtown had vanished. Jenny Eckert and Haley Matthai scored back-to-back goals in a span of 2 minutes, 11 seconds , helping the Mustangs earn their first trip to the state finals with a 3-0 win at Franklin High School.
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | November 29, 2012
After a first half in which just about everything that could go wrong did for No. 2 River Hill, the Hawks regrouped behind a strong defense and a big performance from Justin Arn to win their second straight state Class 3A football championship and finish off a 14-0 season. Arn, a running back and linebacker, rushed for two second-half touchdowns and had an interception as River Hill came from behind for only the second time this season to defeat Huntingtown, 18-14, Thursday night at M&T Bank Stadium.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | November 12, 2011
For a second straight year, the Class 3A state semifinals turned out to be a disappointing roadblock for the C. Milton Wright girls soccer team. This time, it was Urbana from Frederick County which found a way past the No. 5 Mustangs, getting a goal from senior forward Nia Giron with 5:44 to play to come away with a 1-0 win Saturday at CCBC-Essex. C. Milton Wright, which lost to Calvert County's Huntingtown, 1-0, in last year's semifinals on a goal coming with 12 minutes left, ends this season with a 14-5 mark.
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From Sun staff reports | January 11, 2013
Patterson Mill's Morgan Golec needed just eight points to reach 1,000 in her career and finished with a game-high 25, but the host Huskies fell to No. 2 Aberdeen, 60-57, Thursday in girls basketball. With 39 seconds left, Golec made a 3-pointer to pull the Huskies within three. Patterson Mill got a stop on the next possession, then missed what would have been a game-tying 3. The Eagles improved to 7-2, 4-0 Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference Chesapeake Division, and Patterson Mill fell to 7-2, 4-0. The Huskies' only previous loss was a 51-46 defeat Dec. 27 at the hands of W.T.Woodson (Va.)
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | November 29, 2012
After a first half in which just about everything that could go wrong did for No. 2 River Hill, the Hawks regrouped behind a strong defense and a big performance from Justin Arn to win their second straight state Class 3A football championship and finish off a 14-0 season. Arn, a running back and linebacker, rushed for two second-half touchdowns and had an interception as River Hill came from behind for only the second time this season to defeat Huntingtown, 18-14, Thursday night at M&T Bank Stadium.
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