2016 IRON REBEL COMPETITION

2014 1st Undefeated Regular Season in School History
2014  MVAL Antietam Champions
2013 MVAL Antietam Champions

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  1. Jr. Rebels Youth Camp
    South High will be holding its annual youth camp July 11-13. All kids from grades 3rd-8th can participate. The kids will go through drills and get coaching from South High coaches and players. Each kid will cost $25 for the three nights of camp.
  2. HS Team Camp
    Team camp this year will cost $65 per player. This years camp will be at Shepherd University. Each player will get coached by experienced high school coaches and also a number of college coaches will be in attendance. Camp will be August 3-5 and we will leave from South each day.
  3. Summer Conditioning
    Summer conditioning starts June 28th at 4pm. Conditioning runs from Monday-Thursday from 4pm until 6pm. Every Tuesday and Thursday we will participate in 7-on-7 with other county schools at E. Russell Hicks Elementary School. Need cleats, water, and school color (White, green, black, grey) clothing if you do not have any rebel gear yet.
Rebel News/Events
  1. 2016 Lunch Pail of the Semester
    Chase Molony was the Lunch Pail of the Semester. Chase is a rising Junior that plays Quarterback. He is the Captain of the Chadzillas Revived and is a two time Lunch Pail of the week winner. The Lunch Pail of the semester is awarded to the athlete that had the most points for the Iron Rebel competition and voted on by the coaches.
  2. 2016 Iron Rebel Team of the Semester
    The Chadzillas Revived, led by Chase Molony and Dillon Keller, won team of the Semester for the 2016 Iron Rebel Competition. Their team had a great semester and won the Lunch Pail of the week 9 weeks over the competition which helped them win the competition. Teams get points added or subtracted for Effort, Grades, Player Mode, and Character.
  3. Reading Rebels finishes strong!
    Every Thursday for an Hour South High football players volunteer their time to go to Rockland Woods Elementary School to read to a class room full of 1st Graders and help some others with mathematics and other subject areas. Reading Rebels is an amazing opportunity for our football players to give back to the community. 54 of our players had the opportunity to read to the elementary school classes. The captains of the 6 competition teams all visited the school to close out the 7 week program with Rockland Woods Elementary School.
  4. Rebels finish season with a Win @ North 35-7
    Daniel Moore has painful memories of playing North Hagerstown. Last year in the regular-season finale, a torn ACL suffered against the Hubs cost Moore a chance to compete for South Hagerstown in the postseason. The injury was so debilitating that it has limited the explosive running back to spot duty this season, mostly at wide receiver. But Friday in the City Championship game, Moore played a major role in his final high school game as he energized a sluggish Rebels offense in a 35-7 victory at Mike Callas Stadium.
  5. Brandon Ngati Signs to WVU
    Brandon Ngati made his college choice today in the auditorium in front of family, coaches, team mates, and administration. Brandon has decided to accept a wrestling scholarship to wrestle at Division I West Virginia University. After a few words from his coaches, Brandon explained how appreciative he is from all the support from his family, coaches, teachers, and team mates.
  6. SHHS TOUCHDOWN CLUB GOLF TOURNAMENT
    The South Hagerstown High School Touchdown Club would like to invite you to join us at our 6th Annual GOLF TOURNAMENT at Maryland National Golf Club on July 29th, 2016. The outstanding alumni of SHHS have established this touchdown club and golf tournament to help support our football program. All proceeds from the outing directly benefit the South Hagerstown High School football program.
  7. Ravens Rise Consolation 7-on-7 Champions
    The rebels participated in the Ravens Rise 7-on-7 Tournament June 5th at Tuscarora High School. They started off the day losing to the eventual tournament champion Gonzaga (DC) who is a perennial power house in the private school league. After the loss, the rebels rolled off three wins with the last being in the consolation bracket Championship with a win over Williamsport in Over Time.
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