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By Jeff Seidel and Special to The Baltimore Sun | March 14, 2010
Western did everything right for much of Saturday night's Class 3A state championship game against undefeated Seneca Valley. The Doves hit several long shots, played tough defense and took a 19-point lead midway through the third quarter. But everything fell apart after that. Seneca Valley held No. 7 Western to only four baskets in the final 12 minutes, and Kelsey Wolfe scored 15 of her game-high 29 points as the Screaming Eagles stunned the Doves, 62-60, at UMBC's RAC Arena. Western (18-7)
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November 22, 2012
State semifinals Quince Orchard (11-1) at No. 3 Westminster (12-0) When: Friday, 7 p.m. Class: 4A Coaches: Dave Mencarini, Quince Orchard; Brad Wilson, Westminster Outlook: The Owls' high-flying offense, led by QB Deryk Kern and his state-record 61 touchdown and near state-record 3,612 yards passing, will try to take down a third straight Montgomery County team when they face last year's state runner-up....
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | November 28, 1993
COLLEGE PARK -- Two teams took aim at milestones in last night's 3A state title game -- Seneca Valley was trying to become the first seven-time champ and Poly was shooting for a title in the first year of eligibility for Baltimore City schools.The second-seeded Screaming Eagles of Montgomery County walked away with the glory by virtue of a 15-12 victory over the Engineers (11-1) in the swamp-like conditions of Byrd Stadium at the University of Maryland.Ryan Miyamoto (5 of 8, 93 yards) hit Chucky Carter with a 40-yard pass with 3:35 left in the game to win it, raising the Eagles' playoff record to 19-4 -- including 7-0 in state title games.
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By Katherine Dunn | October 2, 2012
Baltimore area teams showed little movement in this week's Maryland High School Football Media State Poll as last week's No. 16 Seneca Valley produced the only big change with its upset of then-No. 3 Quince Orchard. Gilman remained at No. 2, while Calvert Hall moved up to No. 4 from No. 5 and River Hill rose from No. 8 to No. 7 when Quince Orchard dropped to No. 11. Seneca Valley's rise to No. 10 cost No. 12 Arundel, No. 15 Westminster and No. 16 Old Mill one spot each. No. 19 Dunbar rose one spot while No. 20 Franklin made the biggest leap of any local team, up from No. 23. Mount Hebron, Hereford and Edmondson all received votes but were just out of the Top 25. Good Counsel remains No. 1. To see the full poll, click here .
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Special to The Sun | November 19, 1994
GERMANTOWN -- Seneca Valley breezed through the regular season, winning all 10 games and using many weapons to outscore opponents 372-27. The two-time defending state champion Screaming Eagles convinced many that they are the best team in the state.Last night, Randallstown became a believer.Mike Baker, Davin Nesmith and Kinte Sipes combined for 230 yards rushing and three touchdowns, and Ryan Miyamoto threw for 104 more yards as top-seeded Seneca Valley rallied from a slow start to score a 27-6 victory over eighth-seeded and visiting Randallstown in a Class 3A state quarterfinal playoff.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | November 28, 1993
COLLEGE PARK -- Two teams took aim at milestones in last night's 3A state title game -- Seneca Valley was trying to become the first seven-time champ and Poly was shooting for a title in the first year of eligibility for Baltimore City schools.The second-seeded Screaming Eagles of Montgomery County walked away with the glory by virtue of a 15-12 victory over the Engineers (11-1) in the swamp-like conditions of Byrd Stadium at the University of Maryland.Ryan Miyamoto (5 of 8, 93 yards) hit Chucky Carter with a 40-yard pass with 3:35 left in the game to win it, raising the Eagles' playoff record to 19-4 -- including 7-0 in state title games.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 28, 1998
COLLEGE PARK -- Fredy Del Villar's interception with a minute to play secured defending champion Seneca Valley's 7-6 win over Suitland of Prince George's County in the Class 4A state title game at Byrd Stadium last night.Seneca Valley of Montgomery County led, 7-0, with 9: 06 left in the first half after Curtis Kimmons' 7-yard interception return for a touchdown and Lavar Scott's PAT. Suitland scored with 1: 07 left in the third quarter on Isiah Long's 9-yard touchdown pass to Anthony Moten, but Long's run for the two-point conversion was unsuccessful.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | December 4, 1994
GAITHERSBURG -- Seneca Valley used a three-pronged running attack, a strong defensive second half, and the foot of Louie Forbrich to overcome a 3-0 deficit and three first-half turnovers to defeat Wheaton, 13-3, for the 3A state championship yesterday at Gaithersburg High.Seneca Valley, ranked No. 2 by the Washington Post, extended its winning streak to 18 with its third straight state title and its state-record eighth overall.After missing from 43 yards early in the first period, Forbrich used the running of juniors Mike Baker (14 carries, 106 yards)
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | February 1, 1996
A wide receiver from Seneca Valley High in Montgomery County and a junior-college defensive tackle are the latest recruits to announce their intention to play football for Maryland.Moses Cruz was a three-year starter at receiver and a two-year starter in the secondary for Seneca Valley, which won state 3A titles when he was a sophomore and junior. The Screaming Eagles reached the 4A semifinals last season, when Cruz, 6 feet and 185 pounds, had 24 catches for 435 yards and eight touchdowns, seven interceptions and returned 15 punts for 325 yards.
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By Alan Widmann and Alan Widmann,Special to The Sun | November 14, 1991
LA PLATA -- Centennial volleyball coach Bill Shook spent most of the second half of last night's Class 3A semifinals frantically reworking his notes for Saturday's championship.That is because Shook's second-seeded Eagles (18-0) advanced as expected with a 15-5, 15-12, 15-9 defeat of No. 3 McDonough (Charles), but will not be facing their long-anticipated opponent.Top-seeded Catonsville was dominated in stunning fashion by No. 4 Seneca Valley, 15-11, 15-6, 15-9. It was the Comets' first loss in 15 games this season.
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By Katherine Dunn | August 21, 2012
As Gilman prepares to kick off its football season at Archbishop Moeller in Cincinnati Sunday night, the Greyhounds were ranked No. 2 behind Good Counsel in the preseason Maryland high school football state media poll Tuesday. Coming off a victory in the first MIAA A Conference playoffs, the Greyhounds finished 10-1 last season with their only loss to Good Counsel, 26-21. They have won two of the last three MIAA A Conference titles and 10 since 1998. Also ranked in the preseason media poll, MIAA A Conference runner-up Calvert Hall is No. 4 with Class 3A champion River Hill at No. 6, Class 4A champ Old Mill at No. 9 and Class 1A champ Dunbar at No. 14. Arundel is No. 18, followed by Catonsville at No. 19 and Atholton at No. 22. Franklin, Hereford, Westminster and Archbishop Spalding also picked up votes.
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December 13, 2011
Saturday's Crab Bowl at Bowie State, powered by Under Armour, features some of the best high school football players from the state. Here's a look at the rosters for the Baltimore and Washington teams, which will face each other at noon. For more info on the game, visit marylandcrabbowl.com .   BALTIMORE TEAM No First Name Last Name POS FT IN W High School 1 Jamal Chappell ATH 5 8 165 Baltimore Poly 2 Thomas Stuart QB 6 0 185 Calvert Hall 3 Da'Quan Davis DE 5 11 172 Calvert Hall  4 Christian Carpenter ATH 6 3 185 Aberdeen  5 CJ Williams S 6 0 210 Calvert Hall 6 Joel Jorgensen QB 6 3 185 McDonogh School 7 Trevor Williams WR 6 2 185 Calvert Hall 8 Kenneth  Goins, Jr  DE 5 9 215  Gilman  9 Ian Fisher QB 6 6 245 Brunswick 10 Romie Cheese CB 6 2 195 Westminster  11 Shawheem Dowdy ATH 6 3 206 New Town  12 Juleon Killikelly-Lee CB 5 10 160 Woodlawn ...
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By Katherine Dunn | December 7, 2011
For the first time in 38 years of the state football tournament, three Baltimore-area teams won championships over the weekend. No. 3 Old Mill took the Class 4A title in certainly one of the best games state tournament history, 36-35 in overtime, over Quince Orchard. No. 5 River Hill won the 3A crown, 41-13, over Thomas Johnson. Dunbar took its second straight Class 1A title, 32-11, over Perryville. Here's a numerical look at the state championships with thanks to Sheldon Shealer, who compiles state records for the MPSSAA.  2 State championships in the last three years for Old Mill 3 State championships in the last five years for River Hill 4 Most consecutive state titles - Urbana from 1998-2001 6 Of Dunbar's eight state titles won in the last eight years 9 Turnovers by Thomas Johnson against River Hill's relentless defense 10 Straight games won by River Hill to finish the season 12 Most state championships - Seneca Valley, which won its last title in 2002 13 Combined state titles won by Old Mill, River Hill and Dunbar 14 Straight wins for Old Mill, the area's longest active winning streak 34 Unanswered points scored by River Hill against Thomas Johnson 40 Playoff wins in Dunbar history, closing in on Seneca Valley's record 41 49 Touchdowns scored this...
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December 1, 2011
State Championships (At M&T Bank Stadium) Class 4A No. 3 Old Mill (13-0) vs. Quince Orchard (13-0) When: Friday, 7:30 p.m. TV: Ch. 54 Coaches: Chad McCormick, Old Mill; Dave Mencarini, Quince Orchard Outlook: There's no secret to Old Mill's success. Aiming for their second state championship in three years, the Patriots rushed into the title game on the state record-breaking performance of RB Rob Chesson, who scored seven touchdowns in the 49-20 semifinal win over No. 4 and previously-unbeaten Catonsville to bring his season total to 49. That crushed the old record of 43 set by Wicomico's David Brown in 2007.
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November 11, 2011
4A Regional Semifinals North Poly 50, Perry Hall 21 Catonsville 30, Paint Branch 28 East North Point 38, Arundel 21 Old Mill 45, South River 7 West Quince Orchard 52, Bethesda 7 Winston Churchill 24, Gaithersburg 6 3A Regional Semifinal North North Harford 38, Digital Harbor 6 Aberdeen 32, Franklin 20 South ...
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