SHHS 5-3

JHS 4-4

FRIDAY, OCT. 28, 2016



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

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Rebel News/Events
  1. Rebels suffer first loss of the season vs Linganore
    South Hagerstown’s undefeated start to the season came to an end at Linganore, as the Rebels were kept of the scoreboard by a stingy Lancers defense in a 20-0 loss. Despite moving the ball well in the first half, an inability to finish drives and a costly mistake on a punt put the Rebels (3-1) in a hole against another Class 3A West powerhouse.
  2. Rebels topple the #23rd ranked Titans 27-21
    Jayswah Sanon wasn't in a hurry. The South Hagerstown running back knew good things would come from waiting. Sanon took an extra second and was rewarded. A run destined for nowhere suddenly got an opening and he turned it into a 4-yard TD with 4:05 remaining that gave the Rebels a 27-21 homecoming victory over previously undefeated Tuscarora, which entered the game ranked No. 23 in the state.
  3. Coach Peer reaches 50 wins, fastest in county history
    Seven years and 70 games coached with one program is a lot for a modern day football coach. Coaching staffs seem to work like a revolving door these days with one goal for those coaches; turn around a struggling program and eventually move on up success ladder and see how far they can go. That is not the case for South Hagerstown head varsity football coach Toby Peer, who on Friday night became the fastest head coach in Washington County high school football history to win 50 games with one program.
  4. Rebels beat Williamsport for Coach Peers 50th Win
    Momentum had trouble coordinating its wardrobe on Friday. It didn't know if it should wear a green ensemble or a blue outfit. South Hagerstown and Williamsport had trouble keeping the upper hand — especially in the second half — but the Rebels grabbed control in the end for a 27-13 victory. Jayswah Sanon rushed for 104 yards and a pair of touchdowns to help South (5-3) pull out a game that could have very easily gone in the Wildcats' favor with different outcomes on a few plays.
  5. Mistakes doom the rebels in the loss vs Westminster
    When Tim Townsend fired an astonishing pass across the middle, hitting Lincoln Ikuobuo in stride for 47 yards, all things seemed possible for South Hagerstown – for today and the future. Its sophomore quarterback was throwing lasers, and its sophomore running back, Jayswah Sanon, was running wild. But less than two hours later, Townsend’s head was buried in a towel as he was consoled one-on-one by an assistant coach outside the Rebels’ locker room. Saturday’s 41-19 loss to Westminster at McDaniel College was a reminder of the potential of young South Hagerstown and the growing pains that accompany maturation.
  6. Rebels prevail in OT vs South Carroll 20-14
    Time was of the essence for the South Hagerstown football team when there was none left on the clock. The Rebels battled South Carroll to a tie in regulation on Friday night at School Stadium. After ducking sudden death when the Cavaliers missed a 41-yard field goal with 8.9 seconds remaining, there was a change of focus. "We knew that the time would come," said South linebacker Zack Rupp. "It was time." The alarm went off after South Hagerstown held South Carroll scoreless after four plays from the 10 in overtime. Taliek McKenzie made sure no more time was wasted.
  7. Late mistakes doom Rebels vs #11 Fort Hill 27-13
    They say to be the man, you have to beat the man. The South Hagerstown football team found out it is still an adolescent on Friday, but is filling out well. The youthful Rebels went toe-to-toe with Fort Hill, the three-time defending Maryland Class 1A state champions, on Friday and represented well. But the Sentinels' experience won out in the end in a 27-13 victory at School Stadium.
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