WEEK 5

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SHHS 3-1

WHS 3-1

FRIDAY, SEPT. 30, 2016
7 PM,  RUBY FIELD

LAST YEAR: SHHS  WON, 33-13

SERIES: 1-0

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. 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. Rebels wake up in 2nd Half vs Urbana 30-10
    "We did that." "We did that." "We. Did. That." As he came off the field as the final seconds ticked off the clock, those were the words of South Hagerstown sophomore Jayswah Sanon. They were spoken with a mix of jubilation, exhillaration and disbelief. The Rebels had just finished off a remarkable turnaround, scoring the final 30 points of a 30-10 victory at Urbana in a game that the host Hawks dominated for the first 20 minutes.
  4. Huge Win to open the season vs. Mervo 18-12
    After last year's heartbreaking loss to Mervo in the season opener, South Hagerstown coach Toby Peer never let that game wander far from his memory. It was a loss that arguably kept Peer and the Rebels out of the postseason. When they took the field against the Mustangs on Friday to again open their season, it wasn't just about getting a win out of the gates. That loss needed to be avenged. South's defense made sure of that, getting three huge defensive stands against the Mustangs in the red zone and turning it into offense as the Rebels got their revenge with an 18-12 win.
  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. 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. 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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