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November 21, 2011
Loyola officials have a few tips for those planning to attend the Thanksgiving Day Turkey Bowl football game against Calvert Hall at 10 a.m. at Johnny Unitas Stadium at Towson University. Here's their advice from a Monday news release: "Tickets are on sale in the Calvert Hall and Loyola bookstores. If any tickets remain, they will be sold the morning of the event. Tickets cost $10.00 in pre-sale and at the gate (if available). This game is expected to sell out, so buy your tickets in advance.
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By Rich Scherr and The Baltimore Sun | November 29, 2013
Upon further review, Thursday's 94 th annual Turkey Bowl was not, the first overtime game in series history. It was at least the second. In 2000, the annual Thanksgiving Day classic went into two overtimes before Calvert Hall stopped a two-point conversion attempt to preserve a 7-6 win . The Sun regrets the error.
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By Katherine Dunn and Baltimore Sun reporter | November 23, 2010
No. 1 Calvert Hall (10-1, 3-1 MIAA A Conference) vs. Loyola (6-4, 3-1) What: 91st annual Turkey Bowl When: Thursday, 10 a.m. Where: M&T Bank Stadium TV/radio: Live on WMAR, Channel 2; 1370 AM Coaches: Donald Davis, Calvert Hall; Brian Abbott, Loyola Series: Loyola, 48-34-8 Last meeting: Calvert Hall, 47-38, 2009 Turkey Bowl Key players to watch Calvert Hall --...
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By Rich Scherr and For The Baltimore Sun | November 29, 2013
Nothing was going to stop Loyola's Jake Nordhausen from ending his team's four-year losing streak to archrival Calvert Hall in Thursday's 94th annual Turkey Bowl. Especially not the Cardinals' offensive line. In what's believed to be the second overtime game in series history, Nordhausen, a 6-foot-4 junior, broke through the line and dove forward to block Jake Soriano's extra-point attempt in overtime, sealing Loyola 21-20 win over the Cardinals before an announced 7,709 at Towson University's Johnny Unitas Stadium.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | April 20, 2011
The Turkey Bowl, the annual Thanksgiving football tradition in Baltimore that pits Calvert Hall against Loyola, is in a state of flux this year. The game, played at M&T Bank Stadium on every Thanksgiving since it opened in 1998, will give way to the Ravens. The team learned Tuesday it will host the San Francisco 49ers at 8:20 p.m. for its first Thanksgiving game in franchise history. With no school this week because of the Easter holiday, Loyola and Calvert Hall officials have spoken to each other and the Ravens, but have yet to make alternative plans.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | July 14, 2011
The Turkey Bowl, Baltimore's annual Thanksgiving high school football game featuring Calvert Hall and Loyola, will be played on the same day and time, only in a temporary new home for this year's 92 n d meeting. With M&T Bank Stadium unavailable on Thanksgiving morning because the Ravens will be hosting the San Francisco 49ers later that night, the game will be moved to Towson University's Johnny Unitas Stadium with the same 10 a.m. start on Thanksgiving Day. The two schools and Towson University reached an agreement late last week.
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By Mike Klingaman, The Baltimore Sun | November 22, 2011
He lives a continent away, and serves aboard an aircraft carrier soon to be deployed to the Arabian Sea. But a 3,000-mile stretch won't stop Lieutenant Commander Scott Brown, USN, from rooting on Loyola, his alma mater, in Thursday's Turkey Bowl football game against archrival Calvert Hall. "If we win, no matter where I am - Iraq, Japan or Norfolk - I give a little fist pump," said Brown, one-time star running back for the Dons. "If we lose, well . . . a loss is uncalled for, it's ridiculous.
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By Rich Scherr and The Baltimore Sun | November 29, 2013
Upon further review, Thursday's 94 th annual Turkey Bowl was not, the first overtime game in series history. It was at least the second. In 2000, the annual Thanksgiving Day classic went into two overtimes before Calvert Hall stopped a two-point conversion attempt to preserve a 7-6 win . The Sun regrets the error.
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By Sandra McKee, The Baltimore Sun | December 10, 2010
A joint statement from the presidents of Calvert Hall and Loyola created a firestorm of protests on message boards and social media websites Friday from the schools' alumni, who had reached the conclusion that the 91-year tradition of their football teams meeting on Thanksgiving Day was in jeopardy. However, there are no plans to move the game, known as the Turkey Bowl, from Thanksgiving Day, Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association executive director Rick Diggs told The Baltimore Sun on Friday.
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By Kevin Eck, The Baltimore Sun | January 7, 2011
A decision was rendered by the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association Board of Governors on Thursday that allows for the implementation of an A Conference football playoff system without adversely affecting the Turkey Bowl — the annual Thanksgiving Day game between Calvert Hall and Loyola. As was the MIAA's original plan, the A Conference will have playoffs for the first time next season. The top four teams in the league — as determined by a point system — will qualify for the postseason.
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Sports on TV | November 27, 2013
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By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | November 25, 2012
And then there were three. Seven local teams played in the state football semifinals this weekend but only River Hill, Dunbar and New Town earned trips to the state championships at M&T Bank Stadium. With one week - and two games - left in the 2012 football season, here are some of the statstics that stood out from this weekend's action. 0 Touchdowns scored in the first half of Milford Mill's 34-6 loss to Huntingtown 1 Extra point kicked by New Town's Ryan Marine with 5:53 left to give the Titans the final edge over Perryville 28-27 2 Fumbles recovered by Milford Mill in the first 3:20 against Huntingtown 2 Defensive stands by New Town in the final minute to seal the win at Perryville 3 Defending state champs still alive in the playoffs - River Hill, Middletown and Dunbar 3 Teams remaining undefeated in the Baltimore area - River Hill, St. Paul's and St. Frances 3 Catches on each side of the ball by River Hill's Evan Griffin, who had three second-half interceptions and also caught three passes for 26 yards, in the Hawks' 29-7 win over Urbana 4 Straight Turkey Bowl championships for Calvert Hall 5 Trips to the state finals for River Hill since 2006 5 Turnovers by Brunswick in Dunbar's 40-8 win 7 Wise drives that started in Meade territory during the Mustang's 40-0 loss 15 Yards of total offense in the second half for Urbana against...
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By Rich Scherr and For The Baltimore Sun | November 22, 2012
Sprinting down the sideline in single coverage with just over a minute left in Thursday's 93rd Turkey Bowl, Calvert Hall senior Logan Kurek knew this was the chance he had dreamed about. Moments later, the receiver turned that dream into one of the most dramatic moments in the history of the storied rivalry, hauling in Colar Kuhns' deep ball and outrunning his defender for an 83-yard touchdown that gave the No. 4 Cardinals a 21-14 win over Loyola before an announced 9,298 at M&T Bank Stadium.
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By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | November 21, 2012
Over the past few weeks, the dinner conversation sometimes got a little overheated at Jack and Will D'Angelo's Reisterstown home. With Jack playing for Calvert Hall's football team and younger brother Will playing for Loyola's, there wasn't much to agree upon when talk turned to the Turkey Bowl coming up at M&T Bank Stadium on Thursday morning. For the 93rd time, Calvert Hall and Loyola will meet on Thanksgiving Day, but this will be the first time that Jack, a senior starting lineman, and Will, a sophomore reserve receiver, square off. Athletes since they were little, both brothers have strong competitive streaks and, of course, that comes out in everything from pick-up basketball games in the driveway to video games in the basement to conversations about the Turkey Bowl at the dinner table.
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November 29, 2011
Williams caught 10 passes for 123 yards and scored the decisive touchdown in the No. 2 Cardinals' third straight Turkey Bowl victory over archrival Loyola. After Loyola pulled within 21-17 in the fourth quarter, the senior wide receiver outran a pair of defenders and made a terrific catch on a 34-yard pass from quarterback Thomas Stuart with 11:54 remaining in the game to give the Cardinals the lead for good in their 34-17 Thanksgiving Day victory. Williams, 6-feet-2, 190 pounds, finished the season with 99 catches for 1,180 yards and 15 touchdowns.
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By Nelson Coffin, Towson Times | November 24, 2011
While some Calvert Hall fans had butterflies in their stomachs before Cardinals kicker Austen Strachan's first point-after try against archrival Loyola in the 92nd Turkey Bowl, coach Donald Davis was the picture of confidence. He had faith in the junior from Lutherville, who missed an extra-point attempt in a 34-32 double-overtime loss to Gilman in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference championship game last Friday that denied the Cardinals a chance to win in regulation.
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By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | November 21, 2012
Over the past few weeks, the dinner conversation sometimes got a little overheated at Jack and Will D'Angelo's Reisterstown home. With Jack playing for Calvert Hall's football team and younger brother Will playing for Loyola's, there wasn't much to agree upon when talk turned to the Turkey Bowl coming up at M&T Bank Stadium on Thursday morning. For the 93rd time, Calvert Hall and Loyola will meet on Thanksgiving Day, but this will be the first time that Jack, a senior starting lineman, and Will, a sophomore reserve receiver, square off. Athletes since they were little, both brothers have strong competitive streaks and, of course, that comes out in everything from pick-up basketball games in the driveway to video games in the basement to conversations about the Turkey Bowl at the dinner table.
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By Rich Scherr and For The Baltimore Sun | November 29, 2013
Nothing was going to stop Loyola's Jake Nordhausen from ending his team's four-year losing streak to archrival Calvert Hall in Thursday's 94th annual Turkey Bowl. Especially not the Cardinals' offensive line. In what's believed to be the second overtime game in series history, Nordhausen, a 6-foot-4 junior, broke through the line and dove forward to block Jake Soriano's extra-point attempt in overtime, sealing Loyola 21-20 win over the Cardinals before an announced 7,709 at Towson University's Johnny Unitas Stadium.
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By Rich Scherr and Special to The Baltimore Sun | November 24, 2011
Just six days after suffering one of the most emotional defeats of his high school career, Calvert Hall quarterback Thomas Stuart on Thursday returned to the place it all went down -- with one more chance to make it right. Playing on the same Towson University field where his No. 2 Cardinals last week fell to Gilman in double overtime of the inaugural Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference title game, Stuart threw for 252 yards and a pair of touchdowns, helping No. 2 Calvert Hall score the game's final 13 points in a 34-17 win over Loyola in the 92nd Turkey Bowl before an announced 10,080.
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