SHHS 3-4

WHS 5-2

FRIDAY, OCT. 20, 2017



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

Sept. 1, Home

Sept. 8, Away

Sept. 15, Home

Sept. 22, Away

Sept. 28, Away

Oct. 6, Home

Oct. 13,  Away

Oct. 20, Home

Oct. 27, Home

Nov. 3, Away

W  12-2

L  43-14

W  48-6

L  22-8

L  43-13

W  14-13

L  23-20

Rebel News/Events
  1. Shockey powers Cardinals past Rebels
    Brock Shockey became a new breed right before our very eyes. He went into Spring Mills’ locker room as a Cardinal at the end of the first half. He came back as a Wildcat for the third quarter.Spring Mills turned Shockey loose, putting him in the backfield all by his lonesome. His direct-snap running helped the Cardinals run over South Hagerstown for a 22-8 victory on Friday.
  2. Liberty Lions pull away from Rebels in 2nd Half
    Liberty’s football team fell behind early against visiting South Hagerstown on Thursday, and perhaps some had doubts the Lions wouldn’t be able to build on last week’s convincing county win over Winters Mill. The home team quelled the doubters in a hurry. Nick Henderson scored three rushing touchdowns, and Nolan Karfonta threw two more scores in Liberty’s 43-13 victory over the Rebels in Eldersburg. Blaine Roach added a rushing touchdown for the Lions, who improved to 4-1. Karfonta tossed scoring passes to Nick Loppatto and Kevin Lynch, and Wes Kirin accounted for a two-point conversion.
  3. Urbana stuns South 23-20 in OT
    Few scenes have such contrasting images. One team in ecstasy, celebrating an improbable comeback victory amid students storming the field and fireworks booming overhead. The other team in agony after blowing a lead and losing in the most cruel fashion imaginable – a disputed fumble on first down in overtime. This was the vivid aftermath of South Hagerstown’s crushing 23-20 defeat Friday night at Urbana.
  4. Rebels pass test against Titans
    Dramatics were in full effect — especially in a back-and-forth second half — as South Hagerstown and visiting Tuscarora treated the fans to a doozy at School Stadium on Friday. Jayswah Sanon gave the Rebels the lead in the third quarter with a pair of touchdowns, and South benefited from two enormous special-teams plays and a defensive recovery in the fourth quarter to hold onto a 14-13 win over the Titans, ending the Rebels' two-game slide.
  5. Rebels relentless in rout of Cavaliers
    Mirriam-Webster defines the word "relentless" as "showing or promising no abatement of severity, intensity, strength or pace." Here's a simpler explanation: South Hagerstown's performance in Friday night's home contest against South Carroll. The Rebels hit harder, ran faster, jumped higher and blocked stronger all throughout their 48-6 win over the Cavaliers.
  6. Westminster up for 'challenge,' beats Rebels
    Westminster set the tone from the opening kickoff in its home opener at Ruby Field on Friday night against South Hagerstown, a matchup of two unbeaten teams and Class 3A West Region rivals. The Owls’ offense and defense started in sync as they opened up an early lead that helped them roll to a 43-14 victory. The Rebels received the kick, but quickly found little room for their offense to operate. Westminster (2-0) swarmed the line of scrimmage and limited big plays from South Hagerstown, but allowed the Rebels to push all the way down to the Owls’ 26-yard line.
  7. South High senior student-athlete leads by example
    Rebel football fans might recognize him as a versatile player under the Friday night lights, but Chase Molony's impact at South Hagerstown High School goes well beyond the gridiron. The 17-year-old senior, who also plays baseball and runs indoor track, also earns high marks in his classes and enjoys giving back to the school community in various capacities. Chase, who comes off shy when talking about himself, said he holds himself to a high standard and is "always constantly thinking about" being a kind person to others.
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