Hub Football Greats

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North Hagerstown Hub Football Greats

Skip Vance-QB (1957-1958)
(835 career passing yards, 48.6 career completion percentage, 52.6 completion percentage during the 1958 season, led Hubs to a 6-2-1 record and the CVAL Championship during 1958 season.)


Tom Neely-FB/LB (1957-58)
(Neely was named to the All-CVAL team during his senior season and was a key part of the Hubs 1958 CVAL Championship team. Scored six touchdowns during the '58 season.)


Dick Spencer-HB (1957-58)
(Spencer was the leading scorer on the Hubs 1958 CVAL Championship team. Rushed for nine touchdowns, caught another, while finishing with 60 points scored for the CVAL champs.)


Ronnie Hawkins-RB (1957-1958)
(Had 56 total points, 7 touchdowns, 14 PATs during 1958 CVAL Championship season)


Tommy Hawkins (1957-1959)
(Still holds the all-time record for career defensive touchdowns with 3, the oldest individual record in the Hub Football Record Book. Had 6 career fumble recoveries, a school record for 45 years until broken in 2004, a two-time All-CVAL selection in 1958 & 1959)


 

Denny Wachter-QB (1960-1962)
(Still the Hubs All-Time Leader with 141 Career Completions, 4th on All-Time Passing Yards List with 1789, 6th on All-Time Passing TD List with 14. Ended with 903 yards and 67 completions during 1962 season alone. Held single-season passing yard record for 27 years until 1989.)


Joe Henderson (1960-1961)
(Holds the North record with a 100-yard TD on a interception, scored 6 TD's in 1961 season and was superb on defense during his two years as a Hub.)


Gary Kochman (1963-1964)



Gary Rice-QB (1963-64)
(Ranks 3rd on career completion percentage list with a 45.8% clip. Rice also ranks 10th on several other all-time lists including touchdowns (12), passing yards (875), and completions (66).


Tim Middlekaulf-OT/DT (1963-65)
(1965 All-Tri State League and All-CVAL during senior season).

Johnny Beck-QB (1965-1967)
(Ranks 6th on Hubs Career Touchdown list with 16, 5th on Career Points list with 97, 5th on Career Passing TD list with 15, 8th on Career Passing Yards with 988, and 9th on Career Completions list with 81. Beck scored 11 TD's in the 1967 season and passed for another 6. Selected to first team All-CVAL and first team All-Tri-State League in 1967.)



Roger Barnes-RB (1966-1967)
(Ranks 5th on Career Rushing Yards list with 1404, had 819 rushing yards and 7 TD's during the 1967 campaign. All-CVAL and All-Tri-State League selection in championship season of 1967)


Todd Staley-FB/LB (1971-1972)
(Named 1972 All-State First Team Linebacker by the Baltimore Sun, voted on by Sportswriters across Maryland. Also named 1972 Herald-Mail All-Area First Team Linebacker, 1972 All-Area Big School Linebacker and Punter, 1972 CVAL All-Star Team Linebacker, 1972 Tri-State League First Team Linebacker. Is the only North Hagerstown Football player named to the All-State First Team.)

Larry Miller-C/DE (1971-1972)
(Was starting center and defensive end on the one of the best teams in school history. The '72 team was named District I Champions. Miller was named 1972 Herald-Mail All-Area Consensus First Team Center, 1972 Herald-Mail All-Area Consensus Defensive End, 1972 All-Area Big School Center and Denfensive, 1972 CVAL All-Star Team, 1972 Tri-State League First Team Center)

Jeff Sellers-RB (1973-1974)
(Recorded the Hubs 1st 1000-yard season on the ground in 1974, ranks 5th on Hubs career rushing yards list with 1712, and averaged 85.6 rushing yards per game for a career.)



Randy Brown-QB (1979-1980)
(Ranks 4th on Hubs All-Time Completions List with 105, Ranks 4th on Career Completion Percentage list with 45.1%. Had 735 passing yards during his 1980 senior season and finished with 1317 for his career, good for 7th all-time.)



Brian Shaw-SE/DB/PR (1980-81)
(Shaw is arguably the best punt returner in North Hagerstown football history. During his 1981 senior season, Shaw returned a punt for a touchdown in a school record three straight games. Holds the all-time record for career punt return yards (310) and career punt return touchdowns (3). Was named named to the 1981 Herald-Mail All-Area First Team as a defensive back.)


Greg Patterson-OT/DE (1980-81)
(Patterson was a monster on defense for the Hubs, recording 13 QB sacks and 66 tackles during the 1981 senior season and was named to the Herald-Mail All-Area team as a defensive end.)


Carlton Gaines-RB (1982-1983)
(Gaines had 1516 rushing yards, 16 touchdowns, and averaged 151.6 rushing yards per game during his magical 1983 senior season. Gaines broke the North rushing records for a season in attempts, yards, TD's, yards per game, and TD's per game. He still holds several Hub football records. Selected to All-CVAL first team and All-Tri-State League first team.)



Scott Rippeon-QB (1984-1985)
 (Ranks 6th on the career passing list with 1420 yards and 7th in both career completions (99) and career passing touchdowns (13).


Shawn Reynolds-OL/LB (1985-1988)
(Selected 1988 Washington County Defensive Player of the Year. Anchored Hub defense for three seasons, while also playing the offensive line.)



 

Randy Hart-OT/DT (1986-87)
(Hart was key on the offensive and defensive lines during his time at North Hagerstown. Randy loaded up on post season awards following his senior season. Some of the awards Hart collected included Consensus All-Area Herald-Mail First Team Offensive Tackle, Big School All-Area Herald-Mail First Team Defensive Tackle, All-Washington County First Team Offensive Tackle, and All-Washington County First Team Defensive Line.)


 

Marc Pannier-K (1986-1988)
(Pannier was the Hubs place kicker for three seasons. Hit 9 PAT's in 1986, was 5-for-7 in PAT attempts and made 2 field goals in 1987, and nailed 16-of-18 in PAT's and 1-of-2 field goals in senior season of 1988. Held record for longest FG (42 yards) for 16 years).


 

Eric Hallenbeck-QB (1988-1989)
(Held Hub record for career passing TD's (19) until 2004, 3rd in Career Passing Yards with 1853, and 3rd in Completions with 107. Recorded Hubs first 1000-yard season in the air in 1989 with 1062 yards. Led North to a 7-3 record in '89 senior year, while being named first team All-Monocacy Valley Athletic League quarterback.)


 

Josh Eighenbrode-LB/P (1988-1989)
(Led Hubs with 100 tackles, 5 sacks, and 2 INTs during 1988 season. Set single season sack record during '89 season with 7 which was later broken. Also led Hubs with 92 tackles, and picked off 3 passes in senior season of 1989. As a punter he had a 33.6 net avg in '88, set single season record for net punting avg (36.5) in 1989. Eighenbrode's longest career punt was 70 yards. Named to first team All-Monocacy Valley Athletic League as linebacker.)


Eric Peifer-RB/DB/KR (1987-89)
("Peif" finished his career 6th on the all-time rushing yards list (1281), 7th in touchdowns (15), and 7th in points scored (95). Led the Hubs in rushing yards for two consecutive seasons. Played nearly everywhere including tailback, defensive back, punter, kicker, and kick & punt returner during his three seasons with North. Selected to the 1989 All-MVAL first team.)


Duke Holliway-OL/DL (1988-1990)
(Played three seasons on the offensive line at the varsity level for the Hubs. Was captain of the line during the 1990 playoff season and opened plenty of holes for several North running backs during his career. Also was a key player on defense for North during his career.)



 

Shawn Ferguson-RB/KR (1990)
(Played only one varsity season, but had a huge impact helping the Hubs gain their first ever playoff appearance in 1990. In only one season, still ranks 6th all-time with 15 TD's and 9th all-time with 1196 yards rushing. Ranks 3rd in single-season TD's with 15, 3rd in points scored for in a single-season with 92, 3rd in rushing TD's with 12, and 4th in rushing yards for a season with 1196.)



Dan Cunningham-QB (1990-1991)
(Cunningham holds the North record for most wins as a starting QB in his carrer at 14. Quarterbacked Hubs to playoffs during 1990 eight win junior year. Ranks 2nd all-time with 1892 passing yards, 4th all-time with 17 passing touchdowns, and 5th all-time in completion percentage with 45.0%. Set the single-season passing yard record with 1131, until it was later broken. Still holds many North Hagerstown passing records. Was named to All-MVAL first team as QB.)


 

Ronnie Palmer-LB/K/P (1990-1991)
(Palmer played a key role on offense, defense, and special teams for the Hubs. Led North Hagerstown with 99 tackles and 3 INTs during the 1990 playoff season; Set career INT mark during 1991 season. Had 4 INT during '91 and finshed with a career total of 7. Led Hubs with 110 tackles during the '91 season. As a kicker hit 13 PAT's in 1990 season, then was 15-for-21 in PAT's and had 1 field goal in the 1991 season. Had a 88-yard punt against Smithsburg during the 1991 season, still a North Hagerstown record)



 

E.J. Fuller-SE/RB/KR (1990-1992)
(Fuller was one of the most versatile football players ever to put on a Hub uniform, playing SE, RB, Punt and Kickoff Returner, and playing a key role on defense as a DB. Fuller ranks 1st on the all-time list in Total TD's (26), Rushing Yards (2610), Rushing Attempts (482), Points (158), and All-Purpose Yards (4030). Holds many other records like most rushing yards in a season (1545), most total yards in a season (1899), most total yards in a game (321), and most rushing yards in a game (258). As only a sophomore, Fuller played a key role on the 1990 state playoff team.)



 

Tony Ware-SE (1991)
(Ware played only one season with the Hubs, but he put his mark on it. Broke several North receiving records during the '91 campaign. He still holds the single-season record with 813 receiving yards. He also has season records with 41 receptions and 6 receiving TD's in 1991.)


Ali Robinson (1991-1993)
(Had 1 fumble recovery and 2 INTs in 1991; 1 sack, 1 fumble recovery, and 1 INT in 1992; Had 3 sacks, 4 fumble recovery, and 2 INTs in 1993; was career leader in fumble recoveries.)



Patrick Livesay-RB/LB (1994-95)
(Livesay racked up some impressive numbers during a lean period of Hub football. Currently ranks 8th on the all-time rushing yards (1221) list and 10th on the career touchdown list (10). During his 1994 junior season, rushed 90 times for 671 yards for an impressive 7.5 average.)


Chad Carter (1994-1995)
(Had 74 tackles, 1½ sacks in '94; Set North single season record for tackles in a season with 121 in '95. Still holds the single-game record for tackles with 21 set in 1995 game vs Williamsport.)


Hunter Cross-QB (1994-1997)
(Holds several passing records with the Hubs. Ranks 1st on Hubs all-time Passing Yards list with 2263 and Passing Attempts with 422. Cross holds single-regular season record in Passing Yards. During his sophomore season, Hunter broke the record for passing yards in a single-game with 250 yards vs. Catoctin. Selected to All-MVAL first team as a QB and was named 1997 Washington County Offensive Player of the Year during his senior season.)


 

Frankie McAllister-LB (1999-2000)
(Led Hubs with 79 taclkes in 1999 junior year. In senior season of 2000, led Hubs with 109 tackles and 2 fumble recoveries. Selcted to 2000 All-MVAL first team as a linebacker.)


Tanner Cross-QB/DB/P (1997-2000)
(Cross ranks 8th in career passing yards (992) and 11th in career completions (65), while rushing for 782 yards and scoring nine touchdowns during his career at North Hagerstown. Cross also played a key role on defense and special teams for the Hubs. Also holds the all-time record for punting yards at 2529 yards. While playing for his coach and father, was named to the 2000 All-MVAL first team as a quarterback. Finished his career with a 7-6 win over South Hagerstown in his Dad's last game as Hub's Head Coach.)


Scott Rice-SE/DB (2001)
(Rice set the single-season and career interception record in just one season with the Hubs. In his senior season of 2001, Rice picked off seven passes and instrumental in several North victories. Rice also led the Hubs on offense with 23 catches for 402 yards and four TD's. Named to 2001 All-MVAL first team as split end and defensive back, while also being selected to the Herald-Mail All-Area and All-Washington County teams as a split end and defensive back.)


Derrick Keith-RB/LB (2001-2003)
(Keith was a three year starter for North Hagerstown on offense and defense. Named 2002 All-MVAL First Team Linebacker, 2003 All-MVAL First Team Linebacker, 2003 Herald-Mail Tri-State Area Defensive Player of the Year, 2003 Herald-Mail All-Area First Team Linebacker, and 2003 All-State Honorable Mention Linebacker. Anchored stout defense for 2003 (11-1) team)


 

John Kline-FB/DE (2001-2003)
(Kline hold the North Hagerstown record for career sacks (22½) and single-season sacks (15). Also hold the record for consecutive games with at least one sack (13). Named 2003 All-MVAL First Team Defensive End, 2003 Herald-Mail All-Area First Team Defensive Line)

Bryan Slater-RB (2003)
(Slater only played at North Hagerstown for his senior year, but set numerous records while leading the Hubs to a perfect regular season and a 11-1 overall record. Named 2003 Herald-Mail All-Area First Team Running Back, 2003 All-MVAL Antietam Conference First Team Running Back, 2003 Washington County Offensive Player of the Year, 2003 All-Washington County First Team Running Back. Ran for a 1234 yards and a school record 20 touchdowns during 2003 season. Also averaged a school record 9.2 yards per carry)

Quielan Gantt-WR/FS (2002-2004)
(Gantt was a three-year starter for the Hubs, starting at QB his sophomore year, then moving to WR for his junior and senior years. Gantt holds numerous receiving records including career receiving TD's (17), single-game recv TD's (3), and career receiving yds (989). Named 2004 All-MVAL Antietam Conference First Team WR)

Brent Toms-K (2002-2004)
(Toms is arguably the greatest kicker in North Hagerstown history. He holds nearly every kicking record in the Hubs Football record book. Was named All-MVAL First team kicker in 2002, 2003, and 2004. Holds career PAT record (100), single season PAT record (50), and single-game PAT record (10). Toms 10 PAT's in a game is also a Maryland State Record. Also holds career FG record (8), and single-season FG record (5), and single game FG record (2). Toms also hold the record for longest FG made---a 45-yarder against South Hagerstown in 2004)

Dean Staley-FB/LB (2002-2004)
(Staley is one of the best linebackers and best leaders ever to play at North Hagerstown. During Staley two full seasons, the Hubs went 20-3 overall and 19-1 in the regular season. Staley holds the record for career tackles (247). Named 2003 All-MVAL Antietam Conference First Team LB, 2004 Washington County Defensive Player of the Year, 2004 All-MVAL Antietam Conference First Team LB, 2004 Herald-Mail All-Area First Team LB)

Walter Galbraith-Head Coach (1966-1977)
(Coach Galbraith won 54 games as Hubs head man from 1966 to 1977. He led North to one of their most successful seasons to date in 1972, going 8-2 overall. Won three CVAL titles and two Tri-State League championships during his tenure.)


Glenn Cross-Head Coach (1982-2000)
(Coach Cross compiled 69 wins as North Hagerstown Head Coach from 1982 to 2000. Led the Hubs to their first-ever playoff appearance in 1990, a season the Hubs tied the then-school record for wins in a season with eight. Cross won one Tri-State League Championship in 1983 and one MVAL title in 1990 season, while leading North to the 3A post season in the same season.)