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Rebel News/Events
  1. Ikwubuo, McCook, and Rupp to play in BTC All-Star Game
    Players from South Hagerstown, North Hagerstown and Boonsboro earned the spots on the West team, which will be coached by Thomas Johnson’s Jerry Smith. The Rebels have three members on the West team from their 7-3 squad. South will be led defensively by linebacker Zach Rupp and defensive back Lincoln Ikwubuo. Rupp led the county with 131 tackles, while Ikwubuo added 95 stops and five interceptions. Tight end Mike McCook rounds out the Rebels on the team. McCook worked mostly as a blocker, but had five catches for 60 yards and two touchdowns.
  2. Peer, Ikwubuo, and 11 Rebels earn All-County honors
    On the football field, Lincoln Ikwubuo is a Jack-of-all-trades. But unlike the old saying, he masters them all. Ikwubuo is so versatile, it’s impossible to give him a label. For all those reasons, he is labeled as “Athlete” — for his all-around contributions — on The Herald-Mail’s All-Washington County First Team Defense. Peer has been named The Herald-Mail’s Washington County Football Coach of the Year.
  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. Rebels win the Gridiron Classic for 4th straight year
    Lincoln Ikwubuo simplified everything to the bottom line. "This game was a rivalry," South Hagerstown's senior receiver said. "It makes both teams play hard." And that the Rebels and crosstown rival North Hagerstown did. In a game that on paper didn't look to be much of a matchup was every bit of a rivalry. South Hagerstown scored two first-half touchdowns and held on the rest of the way Friday night as the Rebels scored a 14-0 victory in the 60th edition of the City Championship at School Stadium. It was the Rebels' fourth straight win in the rivalry, but the Hubs still own a 30-29-1 edge in the series.
  6. Rebels hold on to beat Jefferson 39-33
    No one knows the value of a bruising, dual-threat quarterback more than Toby Peer. After all, the South Hagerstown coach raised his son to be one. Built like a linebacker, T.J. Peer led the Rebels to 17 wins the last two seasons. On Friday night at Jefferson, Toby Peer faced a similar quarterback in Cougars senior Isaac Myers, who passed for 239 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 206 yards and three scores. But somehow, South Hagerstown found a way to win.
  7. 2017 Season begins!
    If your idea of football practice is gassers, bear crawls, “bull in the ring” and the Oklahoma drill, then you haven’t attended one lately — or at least a session at South Hagerstown or Boonsboro. On Wednesday, the first day of practice for Maryland public school teams, football workouts at these schools were more a mental exercise than a physical one. In the morning at South Hagerstown, head coach Toby Peer was breaking down assignments on punt coverage, instilling the importance of “lane integrity” and the coverage roles of the “gunners” and “attackers.” The role of punter Taliek McKenzie is that of the “last hitter.”
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