WEEK 4

VS

SHHS 2-1

SMHS 2-2

FRIDAY, SEPT. 21, 2018
7 PM, SPRING MILLS STADIUM

LAST YEAR:  SMHS WON  22-8 

SERIES: SMHS  1-0-0

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

HEDGESVILLE
Aug. 31, Away

WESTMINSTER
Sept. 7, Home

SOUTH CARROLL
Sept. 14, Away

SPRING MILLS
Sept. 21, Home

LIBERTY
Sept. 28, Home

TUSCARORA
Oct. 5, Away

URBANA
Oct. 12,  Home

WILLIAMSPORT
Oct. 18, Away

JEFFERSON
Oct. 26, Away

NORTH
Nov. 2, Home

W 38-33

L 18-19

W 44-0

Rebel News/Events
  1. Rebels turn to McKenzie to take it to Hubs
    When North Hagerstown’s Jaynaz Melendez brought down South Hagerstown’s Jayswah Sanon with a textbook shoulder tackle, he knocked the Rebels running back out of the game. In the Gridiron Classic, how would South do without its prime ball carrier? Just fine, thank you, as Taliek McKenzie rushed his way into North-South lore. The senior carried 22 times for 136 yards and three touchdowns — all in the second half — as South pulled away for a 33-6 victory at jam-packed Mike Callas Stadium.
  2. Burnett selected for the BTC all-star football game
    More than 200 football players from 86 high schools will be featured in the Baltimore Touchdown Club’s 22nd Annual Senior All-Star Football Classic Dec. 9 at Archbishop Spalding in Severn. The event features an East-West game at noon followed by a North-South game. Most players are from the Baltimore area, but the West team includes players from as far away as Washington County.
  3. State-ranked Owls rally to fight off Rebels
    For South Hagerstown coach David Lawrence, it all came down to checks and balances. On the good side, the Rebels checked in with another strong performance. But in the balance, there were a number of little things that prevented South from taking down Westminster, which entered as the 19th-ranked team in the Maryland state media poll.
  4. Townsend turns to his legs to run Rebels to victory
    Dave Lawrence had plenty of time to come up with the perfect script. He's just glad his quarterback didn't stick to it. In his wild debut as head coach at South Hagerstown, Lawrence got a victory he will never forget thanks to senior Timmy Townsend. Pulling the ball down and making key runs in two passing situations, Townsend delivered Lawrence and the Rebels a 38-33 victory Saturday morning at Hedgesville in the continuation of a game halted by thunderstorms Friday night.
  5. Jefferson no match for Sanon, South
    Three of his touchdown runs were negated by holding calls, but South Hagerstown junior Jayswah Sanon knew not to blame his offensive line. After all, it was the big Hosses up front who had plenty to do with Sanon’s brilliant performance in South’s 34-7 homecoming romp Friday over Jefferson. Sanon carried 22 times for 226 yards and two touchdowns as the Rebels (5-4) kept their hopes alive for a berth in the playoffs.
  6. Rebels dominate in a road shutout of Cavaliers
    After playing back-to-back games determined by seven points or less, the South Hagerstown Rebels seemed almost destined to have a breakout game where everything seemed to click. And everything sure seemed to be clicking for the Rebels during a 44-0 shutout of South Carroll on Friday afternoon at Western Regional Park.
  7. Peer doesn't go far to find his replacement
    It’s a good thing Dave Lawrence is a math teacher. When he was presented the chance to be South Hagerstown’s next head football coach, it didn’t take long for him to calculate. Everything added up. Years of hard work behind the scenes and a love for the game equaled a final answer for the 1992 South Hagerstown graduate — take the job. “This was a bit of a surprise,” Lawrence said. “But you have to be prepared for when you get the chance.”
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