Friday Sports Connection 10/03/2014 Part 2: Martinsburg vs. Washington, Hedgesville vs. Preston, Liberty vs. Sherando, Broadway vs. James Wood
Friday Sports Connection 10/03/2014 Part 3: Annapolis vs. St. John's Catholic Prep, Florida SD vs. Maryland School for the Deaf
High school football highlights from four-state Area: Tuscarora vs. Middletown, Walkersville vs. Urbana, Thomas Johnson vs. Oakdale, Frederick vs. Linganore, North Hagerstown vs. Williamsport
Former Jefferson Cougar, Dewey McDonald, was activated by the Indianapolis Colts this afternoon. McDonald graduated from Jefferson in 2009 and played his college football at Cal-U in Pa. He had signed with Indy as an undrafted free agent in May, and was initially signed to the practice squad in September.
Martinsburg's Trey Boyd carried the Bulldogs' offense to a come from behind 30-26 win at Morgantown. Boyd scored on runs of 7, 52 and 11 yards, the last being the game winner with 1:56 to complete the comeback.
The Fort Hill Sentinels used 35 first quarter points to power past the North Hagerstown Hubs on Saturday night.
The Martinsburg Bulldogs scored twice in the final five minutes to top Morgantown in a thriller Friday night.
St. James took down MSD on Saturday afternoon to stay unbeaten on the season.
Friday Sports Connection Part 1 9/26/2014: Frederick vs. Tuscarora, Oakdale vs. Urbana, Middletown vs. Walkersville, Linganore vs. Thomas Johnson
Friday Sports Connection Part 2 9/26/2014: Keyser vs. Allegany, Clear Spring vs. Hancock, Boonsboro vs. Williamsport, Brunswick vs. Smithsburg
Friday Sports Connection Part 3 9/26/2014: Jefferson vs. Sherando, Martinsburg vs. Morgantown, Avalon vs. St. John's Catholic Prep
Boonsboro's Bo Bodenheimer had over 200 yards receiving and three touchdowns in the Warrior's 28-21 upset victory over Middletown.
Saturday High School Football 9/20/2014: St. John's Catholic Prep vs. St. James, Sidwell Friends vs. Mercersburg Academy, Eastern View vs. Handley
Friday Sports Connection Part 1 9/19/2014: Middletown vs. Boonsboro, Tuscarora (VA) vs. Martinsburg, Musselman vs. Jefferson, Poolesville vs. South Hagerstown
Sports Connection Part 3 9/19/2014: Spring Mills vs. Hedgesville, Morgantown vs. Washington, Big Spring vs. Greencastle.
Ray Gray rushed for 145 yards on 12 carries, and scored 3 touchdowns in Urbana's big win over North Hagerstown.
The Mercersburg Academy Blue Storm were blanked by St. Stephens & St. Agnes in their home opener on Saturday afternoon.
Friday Night Sports Connection 9/12/2014 Pt. 1: Fort Hill vs. Keyser, Thomas Johnson vs. South Hagerstown, North Hagerstown vs. Urbana, Westminster vs. Linganore
Friday Night Sports Connection 9/12/2014 Pt. 2: State College vs. Martinsburg, Hampshire vs. Jefferson, Fauquier vs. John Handley
Friday Night Sports Connection 9/12/2014 Part 3: Catoctin vs. Tuscarora, Chestnut Ridge vs. Allegany, Massanutten Military Academy vs. St. John's Catholic Prep, Tourists vs. Suns
Alex Mason went 9-9 for 141 yards and 2 touchdowns through the air and rushed 8 times for 49 yard and 3 scores in Oakdale's big win over Catoctin.
The John Handley Judges blanked Harrisonburg on Saturday afternoon.
The Oakdale Bears opened the season on Saturday with a win over the Catoctin Cougars.
Friday Night Sports Connection Part 1 9/05/2014: Sherando vs. Martinsburg, Westminster vs. Middletown, Boonsboro vs. Walkersville, Milford Mill vs. North Hagerstown
Friday Night Sports Connection Part 2 9/05/2014: Cedar Ridge vs. Fort Hill, Jefferson vs. Mountain Ridge, Millbrook vs. Hedgesville
Friday Night Sports Connection Part 3 9/05/2014: Northern Garrett vs. Smithsburg, Southern Garrett vs. Hancock, Keyser vs. Berkeley Springs
The Williamsport Wildcats have had a hard time racking up the "W"'s for quite some time, and as the team heads into another year, they're hoping this season might be one to remember.
The Walkersville Lions look to make it back to the postseason in 2014.
The Tuscarora Titans did big things on the football field last season, going from only a one win team to a team only one win short of the playoffs. But Tuscarora isn't resting on their new found success, they're pushing even harder with a single goal in mind -- to make the postseason.
The St. John's Catholic Prep Vikings stunned everyone by winnings an MIAA C League Championship last year, and they're ready to take everybody's best shot as they look to repeat as champs this season.
South Hagerstown made the postseason for the first in awhile in 2013, and the Rebels will look to run with that momentum headed into 2014.
After a down year last year for Smithsburg, there is promise in Leopards nation for the upcoming season. With most of last year's starters returning, the Leopards look to be a dangerous opponent in 2014.
The St. James Saints opened their football season with a win over Mt. Carmel on Saturday afternoon.
Coaches and players of Northern Garrett and Southern Garrett High Schools speak about the upcoming season.
Friday Night Sports Connection 8/29/2014 Part 2: Chambersburg - Greencastle-Antrim, Frederick County Christian - St. John's CP, Silver Oak - MSD
The Oakdale Bears have become state title contenders in soccer, lacrosse and basketball in the school's short history, and after tripling their win total in 2013, the Oakdale football team believes that now is their time to shine.
The Hancock Panthers are coming off one of their best seasons in school history, including their first playoff apperance since 2004. This year, the Panthers are back on the prowl and looking to make a deep run into the 1A playoffs.
The Frederick Cadets, who after coming up just one win shy of the playoffs in 2012, came away with only one win last year -- something they're hoping to change this season.
The Fort Hill football team has not only ruled the roost in the city of Cumberland for the past few seasons, but the Sentinels also ruled the entire state last year, bringing home the Maryland 1A state championship. This year, Fort Hill is hoping to repeat the success they had in 2013.
Clear Spring is ready to blaze a new trail this season, with the inspiration to rally a community recovering from devastation.
Mercersburg Academy finished under .500 in 2013, but this season, the Blue Storm are vowing to return to winning football.
After a 4 and 6 record in 2013, the James Buchanan Rockets are in search of their first winning season in nearly a decade.
The Blue Devils are coming off back-to-back five-and-five seasons, and this year, Greencastle is looking to get over the hump, with the goal of playing more than their ten scheduled regular season games.
The Chambersburg Trojans are regulars on the high school playoffs scene, but they have lost in first round each of the last three seasons. Now the team's goal is to jump that hurdle and march futher into the postseason.
In just a coupld of years of existence, the Washington Patriots have developed in sports powers in both basketball and baseball, but the question is, can the Pats become a contender in football? That may happen soon with a new coach -- abman who is bringing a winning background to the program.
The Spring Mills Cardinals are our youngest program in the entire four-state. The Cards have officially gotten their feet wet, and after gaining some much needed experience in their first season of play last year, Spring Mills is now looking to take the next step as a football team.
Last year, the Frankfort Falcons had a great regular season and went into the playoffs with high hopes of advancing far in the state tournament. But that came crashing down when they lost in the first round. This season, many key ingredients return, as they look to make a serious push into the state playoffs.
Our Countdown to Kickoff series begins with the Berkeley Springs Indians - the Indians added one win to their resume in 2013, and look to continue to build on that success this season.
Washington High School's new Head Football Coach, Daryl Hayes, reacts to getting the chance to lead the Patriots in 2014.
High school football players from Maryland and Pennsylvania prepare to suit up and put their state's bragging rights on the line in the Big 33 Classic.