2016 Tri-State Football Standings
|2016 Football Standings||OVERALL||POINTS||HOME||AWAY||Central Maryland Conf||DIVISION||OVERALL||POINTS|
|MD - Washington County||W||L||PCT||PF||Pt Avg||PA||PA Avg||W||L||W||L||CMC - Spires Division||W||L||PCT||W||L||PCT||PF||Pt Avg||PA||PA Avg|
|South Hagerstown||3||2||.600||87||17.4||97||19.4||2||0||1||2||Thomas Johnson||1||1||.500||3||2||.600||99||19.8||103||20.6|
|North Hagerstown||1||4||.200||73||14.6||183||36.6||0||2||1||2||CMC - Gambrill Division||W||L||PCT||W||L||PCT||PF||Pt Avg||PA||PA Avg|
|2016 Football Standings||POINTS||HOME||AWAY||Frederick||1||2||.333||1||4||.200||55||11.0||233||46.6|
|MD - Western Maryland||W||L||PCT||PF||Pt Avg||PA||PA Avg||W||L||W||L||Brunswick||0||1||.000||0||5||.000||34||6.8||257||51.4|
|Northern Garrett||5||0||1.000||210||42.0||47||9.4||3||0||2||0||CCAL Standings||DIVISION||OVERALL||POINTS|
|Allegany||5||0||1.000||190||38.0||26||5.2||2||0||3||0||MD - CCAL||W||L||PCT||W||L||PCT||PF||Pt Avg||PA||PA Avg|
|2016 Football Standings||POINTS||HOME||AWAY||Winters Mill||0||1||.000||2||3||.400||127||25.4||154||30.8|
|WV - Eastern Panhandle||W||L||PCT||PF||Pt Avg||PA||PA Avg||W||L||W||L||Francis Scott Key||0||1||.000||0||5||.000||68||13.6||235||47.0|
|Musselman||4||1||.800||207||41.4||82||16.4||2||0||2||1||Carroll Co Independent||W||L||PCT||W||L||PCT||PF||Pt Avg||PA||PA Avg|
|2016 Football Standings||POINTS||HOME||AWAY|
|PA - Franklin/Adams Co||W||L||PCT||PF||Pt Avg||PA||PA Avg||W||L||W||L|
2015 Tri-State Football Standings
Banks named Brunswick Head Coach
Roughly two decades ago, as a defensive back on Bowie State’s football team, Chris Banks faced many of the same questions.
Who was the new coach going to be? How will he look at me? Where will I fit in? Will I fit in?
Banks, now 43, had just finished his junior year when the Bulldogs decided to change coaches.
“There’s a lot of stuff you wonder,” he said.
That’s basically the exact same audience Banks faced Wednesday evening when he faced his new players for the first time. He was named Brunswick’s new varsity football coach earlier in the day.
“I know what it’s like to go through something like this. I know how they feel,” Banks said.
The challenge facing Banks — the first black varsity head football coach in Frederick County in 34 years — and the Railroaders is complicated immensely by the timing of his hiring.
With only three weeks to go before the start of preseason practice (Aug. 12), Banks must assemble a coaching staff — will any assistants stay on from last season, easing the challenge? — assess the strengths and weaknesses of players, install a new offense and defense and learn something about opponents with whom he is unfamiliar.
“It is what it is,” said Banks, who sounds up for the challenge. “I think the best thing we can do is not make any excuses and keep going forward. We’ve got to keep this train going.”
This will be the first head coaching job for Banks, who has held assistant coaching jobs at various high schools and colleges, including a two-year stint as a defensive line assistant at the University of Maryland on the staffs of both Ralph Friedgen and Randy Edsall.
Brunswick, the smallest school in Frederick County, is coming off a 4-6 season. The Railroaders are three years removed from their last playoff appearance, a trip to the Class 1A state semifinals in 2012 under former coach Patt Foster, who was 39-38 in seven seasons at Brunswick before stepping down in early June.
Foster is still a physical education teacher at the school and will be a resource. Banks said he was looking forward to speaking with him and picking his brain about the team.
“Chris Banks has an impressive background as a player and assistant coach at the college level,” Brunswick athletic director Jon Jarrett said. “During the interview process, his leadership and magnetic personality were outstanding. We felt like he had the most experience of all of our applicants, and we are excited to have him as the head football coach at Brunswick High School.”
After graduating from Bowie State, Banks wanted to continue playing football. A 6-foot-1, 215-pound safety, he hooked on with the Charlotte Rage in 1996 and then, four years later, the Richmond Speed of the Arena Football League.
“With the field only being 50 yards, the game is really different. It’s a lot faster,” said Banks, a Fort Washington native who went to Friendly High School. “There is only one (player) who doesn’t go both ways” on offense and defense.
After his playing career ended, Banks bounced around to an assortment of assistant coaching positions, including stops at the Naval Academy and the University of Louisiana Monroe, where he worked under Charlie Weatherbie.
Banks most recently served as the inside linebackers coach at Catholic University in D.C., where he had worked since 2012. He said he would still be coaching there had the opportunity at Brunswick not become available.
He is married with three children. His wife, Lisa, works at a Naval hospital in Bethesda.
Banks and the family pulled up stakes in Germantown and moved to Brunswick at the end of February. They heard about the community and fell in love with it right away.
After driving past Brunswick High School for the first time, Banks thought to himself that it might be nice to coach there one day. Now, it’s reality.
“There is a lot of work to do,” he said. “But it can be done. I am just going to have to work a little overtime.”
Small named new Williamsport coach
WILLIAMSPORT — Tim Small isn’t looking for any patents.
It’s simpler than that. He just wants to have a successful football team that will make his hometown proud.
Small took the first step on Thursday by being named Williamsport High School’s football coach, completing what’s become a “hometown boy does good” theme.
“This is a tremendous opportunity,” said Small, 34. “I’m a Williamsport guy, born and raised here. I played here in high school and have coached here. I’m glad to have the chance to give back to my community and my school. We aren’t going to come in here and try to reinvent the wheel.”
In fact, Small’s goal is to keep the Wildcats’ wheel inflated.
He replaces Vince Ahearn, who resigned last month after two seasons to accept the opening at Tuscarora High School. Small completed his second stint as a Williamsport assistant under Ahearn, coaching the JV and helping with the varsity on offense.
“I wouldn’t have been able to take this position without everything I learned by working with Vince,” Small said. “He showed me things about coaching and managing a team. For me, it’s all about building a program. As a first-time head coach, we have a lot of pieces in place. The kids have responded well and the coaches are staying on. We’re going to keep pushing.”
Reaching the head coaching position all but completes a full-circle odyssey for Small.
Small was a linebacker for the Wildcats under Eric Michael, who is now the Washington County supervisor of athletics, and returned home to coach for four years on Adrian Custer’s staff after playing linebacker and graduating from Frostburg State.
After taking a hiatus to start a family, Small returned to work with Ahearn.
“I’m like a Jack of all trades, but the master of none,” Small said. “I was all defense when I played in high school, and I worked on the defense with Adrian. With Vince, I coached special teams and worked with the offense. I’ve coached on the lower levels and with the varsity. I’ve worked with defense and now offense. Vince told me I should learn it all.”
Small provided everything Williamsport needed, especially considering the timing of Ahearn’s departure.
“He’s a good fit for the program at Williamsport,” said athletic director Dan Cunningham. “He’s an alumni with ties to the community who has the kids’ support.
“When Vince stepped down, he stepped right in and kept everything going with the 7-on-7 league and weight lifting. The kids seem to navigate to him.”
Small takes over in a period of transition for the Wildcats, but since he was part of Ahearn’s staff, there won’t be much change.
“You have to adapt the system to your personnel,” Small said. “We will change some, but we have a lot of things in place and we can expand it with coaching.”
The needed adaptation stems from major losses from last season’s 5-5 team. Some of the major faces — including quarterback Saavon Brown — have graduated, opening the door for the next wave of Wildcats.
“I think the Wildcats are in a good place now,” Small said. “We got to experience progress and that was with Vince.
“It’s a challenge because who will have to rise to the challenge. There will be some growing pains, but they can rise for sure. I’m cautiously optimistic. A lot of them are not varsity battle tested. We have to put them in a position to be successful.”
Small said he received a lot of support from the community as he was trying to become Williamsport’s next coach.
“I want to pass on the lessons I learned from playing in a Williamsport uniform to the kids,” Small said. “The kids are responding and are bullish and I’m very proud of them. They are kids who can surprise everyone and themselves.”
Ahern resigns at Williamsport
After two years as head coach of the Williamsport Wildcats varsity football team, Vince Ahearn has resigned from his post.
On Tuesday, Ahearn said he was leaving for family reasons and to pursue other opportunities.
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Williamsport nearly qualified for the Maryland Class 2A playoffs last year, just falling short despite a 6-4 record. In Ahearn's first year, the Wildcats were 3-7 as they began to learn a new system.
After two years at Suitland, Ahearn moved on to Frederick, where he spent 17 years as the head coach of the Cadets. He compiled a 71-100 record at Frederick before he took on the challenge at Williamsport, replacing Randy Longnecker.
"(Ahearn) changed the football culture at Williamsport," said Wildcats athletic director Dan Cunningham. "He had this program going in the right direction."
Behind 2014 Herald-Mail Offensive Player of the Year Saavon Brown, Ahearn's Wildcats produced a winning record last year.
Even though school is out for the summer, Cunningham hopes to move swiftly through the process of hiring a new coach. Cunningham is a former head coach at North Hagerstown who knows the importance of having a leader in place to monitor the football program throughout the offseason.
"The position is posted and we have to go through the procedures, but we would like to have a new coach in position as early as we can," Cunningham said. "I think that is important. We are young, and right now the assistant coaches on the staff have rallied around the program."
Note: One of Williamsport's annual opponents, Brunswick, also is without a head football coach. Patt Foster, the coach for the last seven years, resigned on June 9.
2015 TSP Football Standings
|2015 Football Standings||Football|
|MD - Washington County||W||L||PCT||WV - Eastern Panhandle||W||L||PCT|
|Clear Spring||0||0||#DIV/0!||Spring Mills||0||0||#DIV/0!|
|MD - Frederick County||W||L||PCT||PA - Franklin County||W||L||PCT|
|St. John's Catholic Prep||0||0||#DIV/0!|
|MD - Carroll County||W||L||PCT||MD - Western Maryland||W||L||PCT|
|Winters Mill||0||0||#DIV/0!||Northern Garrett||0||0||#DIV/0!|
|Francis Scott Key||0||0||#DIV/0!||Southern Garrett||0||0||#DIV/0!|
|North Carroll||0||0||#DIV/0!||Mountain Ridge||0||0||#DIV/0!|
MVAL may be coming to an end
By SHELDON SHEALER email@example.com
For more than 40 years, Carroll County has been part of the Monocacy Valley Athletic League.
It appears that relationship is going to end effective June 1, 2015, and it could mean the end of the MVAL all together.
Sources from Carroll County football programs and the supervisors of Frederick and Washington county athletics confirm that Carroll County's eight member schools will leave the MVAL, the state's largest multi-county and most decorated football conferences, at the end of the school year. The reasons for leaving are not clear, and it applies to all sports — not just football. It is uncertain, according to two county supervisors, if the MVAL will even exist next school year.
A phone call placed to supervisor of athletics in Carroll County was not returned as of Tuesday evening.
One coach from Carroll County said a formal announcement on the county decision will be made Wednesday morning.
"I can't stress how disappointed we are of this decision," said Frederick County athletics supervisor Kevin Kendro, who said he was informed of the decision Tuesday morning. "The MVAL is one of the strongest leagues in the state. ... We didn't want to see this happen."
"I'm not sure what this news means for the league," Washington County supervisor of athletics Eric Michael said. "We're just hearing this today. There'll be some discussions in the near future. To me, everything is open again. We might join up (with Frederick County) or we might explore other opportunities."
For years, rumors circulated that the Carroll County schools would break away and form their own league, but those rumors faded each time the geographically aligned MVAL would iron out schedules for the 23 member schools.
Kendro said two weeks ago the MVAL Board of Directors approved a new football alignment that was based on enrollment as opposed to geography.
"It was as fair of a schedule that you can get," Kendro said, reinforcing that the schedule was voted on and approved. "I thought everybody liked it, the three supervisors liked it — apparently Carroll County did not."
Kendro said he did not know who made the decision to withdraw Carroll County from the MVAL, saying it must have been a principals and athletic directors' decision.
One issue that arose this month, according to a football head coach from Carroll County, was satisfying the desires of the coaches regarding football scheduling. Brad Wilson, the Westminster coach, confirmed he did not have an interest in playing most of the Carroll County schools, saying a steady diet of county-based 2A and 1A opponents would hurt his chances of making the football playoffs, which are determined by a point system that takes into account opponents' school size. Westminster is the lone Class 3A school in Carroll County.
There have been 24 schools in the history of the MVAL, of which 23 are members as of the 2014-15 school year. Those 23 schools have combined for 22 football state titles, 23 runner-up and 40 semifinal finishes since the state tournament started in 1974. (In some cases, those numbers include postseason accomplishments of current MVAL members prior to those schools joining the MVAL.)
All of the current 23 members have made at least one playoff appearance in football and have combined for 175 playoff appearances. Seven MVAL teams made the postseason in 2014. South Carroll was the only MVAL team to advance to the state semifinals this year after having a run of at least one football state champion from the MVAL every year since 2009.
"I'm a bit biased, of course, but I think the MVAL is the best conference in the state," Michael said. "You look at the playoffs (in all sports) and we're well represented. Each county has its niche in what it's successful in."
This past fall, the MVAL accounted for 10 team state titles: 3A, 2A, 1A volleyball; 3A and 1A field hockey, 2A and 1A boys soccer; and three cross country team titles. In addition, there were three cross country individual champions, a golf team and an individual runner-up; and runner-up finishes in field hockey and two in soccer. Interestingly, Westminster defeated Linganore in an all-MVAL field hockey state final.
"In education, we like to say that we do things in the best interest of our students," Kendro said. "That applies to athletics. We try to do things in the best interest of our student-athletes. At this point and time, I do not see how (Carroll County leaving the MVAL) is in the best interest of student-athletes."
Kendro said he has an interest in retaining the MVAL for Frederick and Washington counties, but that right now he doesn't know what direction the principals and athletic directors from the two counties will decide.
The MVAL has its roots in the early 1970s and pre-dates the MPSSAA football state playoffs. The original MVAL was started by basketball coaches. The first MVAL football season was in 1973, and the league included Francis Scott Key and North Carroll from Carroll County and Brunswick, Catoctin and Linganore from Frederick County.
In 1974, Boonsboro joined the football league, followed by Middletown in 1975, Walkersville in 1979, and Smithsburg and Williamsport in 1982. The MVAL remained a 10-team league for much of the 1980s until Linganore and North Carroll left for the Central Maryland Conference in 1987. North Hagerstown and South Hagerstown were added to the MVAL in 1989, returning the league to its 10-member status.
In 2003, the MVAL and Central Maryland Conferences merged under the MVAL title, restoring Linganore and North Carroll to the league, in addition to adding Frederick, Thomas Johnson, Urbana from Frederick County and Century, Liberty, South Carroll, Westminster and Winters Mill from Carroll County. In 2004, Clear Spring and Tuscarora joined. Clear Spring left the league after 2008 after five winless football league seasons. Manchester Valley (2009) and Oakdale (2011) are the most recent schools to join the MVAL.
2014 MVAL Football Standings
|Francis Scott Key||0||7||.000||106||247||0||10||.000||142||379||0||0||#DIV/0!||0||0||0||5||.000||0||5||.000|
2014 All-MVAL Piedmont Conference
|FIRST TEAM||SECOND TEAM|
|Quarterback||Tyler Magaha||Thomas Johnson||Quarterback||Spencer Mott||Tuscarora|
|Running Back||Ray Gray||Urbana||Quarterback||Nathaniel Mussleman||Linganore|
|Running Back||Dante Butler||Linganore||Running Back||Rodney Dorsey||Tuscarora|
|Wide Receiver||Kahari Kilgore||Thomas Johnson||Running Back||Nick Welch||Middletown|
|Wide Receiver||Markus Grossman||Tuscarora||Wide Receiver||Isiah Mims||Oakdale|
|Wide Receiver||Jack Staub||Linganore||Wide Receiver||Brett Cole||Tuscarora|
|Wide Receiver||Adam Beisser||Linganore||Wide Receiver||Demontrez Goines||Frederick|
|Offensive Line||Brendan Cassels||Walkersville||Offensive Line||Justin Hilliard||Oakdale|
|Offensive Line||EJ Donahue||Linganore||Offensive Line||Will McClain||Middletown|
|Offensive Line||Mark Ray||Walkersville||Offensive Line||Mark Shekletski||Urbana|
|Offensive Line||Michael McDonald||Urbana||Offensive Line||Justin Knotts||Linganore|
|Offensive Line||Julian Lynn||Oakdale||Offensive Line||AJ Brennan||Tuscarora|
|Kicker||Colby Evans||Urbana||Kicker||Nick Welch||Middletown|
|Defensive Tackle||Tyler Feagle||Linganore||Defensive Tackle||Everett Polzin||Walkersville|
|Defensive Tackle||Casey Alvarado||Linganore||Defensive Tackle||Nick Zanoni||Linganore|
|Defensive Tackle||Andrew Lee||Thomas Johnson||Defensive End||Peter Heon||Middletown|
|Defensive End||Tyriek Kimble||Frederick||Defensive End||John Eustaquio||Thomas Johnson|
|Defensive End||Trevor Hane||Linganore||Linebacker||Brendon Carlson||Oakdale|
|Linebacker||Connor Bannon||Linganore||Linebacker||Win McKeever||Urbana|
|Linebacker||Nick Welch||Middletown||Linebacker||Dakotah Dixon||Walkersville|
|Linebacker||Derek Wilson||Linganore||Linebacker||Chad Martin||Thomas Johnson|
|Defensive Back||Grant Waxter||Linganore||Defensive Back||Wade Stieren||Linganore|
|Defensive Back||Markus Grossman||Tuscarora||Defensive Back||Matt Beveridge||Oakdale|
|Defensive Back||Chad Gleason||Walkersville||Defensive Back||Collin Bowersox||Walkersville|
|Punter||Nicholas Hoult||Thomas Johnson||Punter||Colby Evans||Urbana|
|HONORABLE MENTION||HONORABLE MENTION|
|Quarterback||Alex Mason||Oakdale||Defensive End||Ian Covert||Walkersville|
|Fullback||Everett Polzin||Walkersville||Defensive End||Zack Turner||Oakdale|
|Running Back||Chris Connor||Linganore||Defensive End||Percy Agyei-Obesse||Oakdale|
|Running Back||Malik Boyd||Oakdale||Defensive End||Tyler Cornwell||Tuscarora|
|Running Back||Jazaih Brightful||Oakdale||Defensive End||Michael Belcher||Tuscarora|
|Running Back||Daon Thomas||Thomas Johnson||Defensive End||Joshua Price||Thomas Johnson|
|Running Back||Patrick Cleveland||Walkersville||Defensive End||Kyle Fremming||Urbana|
|Wide Receiver||JD Huntt||Oakdale||Defensive End||Austin Farinholt||Walkersville|
|Wide Receiver||Demetrus Anderson||Tuscarora||Defensive Tackle||Jaden Hawes||Oakdale|
|Wide Receiver||Tyler Leone||Thomas Johnson||Defensive Tackle||Julian Lynn||Oakdale|
|Wide Receiver||Isaiah Martinez||Thomas Johnson||Defensive Tackle||Josh Jeffrey||Tuscarora|
|Wide Receiver||Brad Wolfe||Walkersville||Defensive Tackle||Michael Reeves||Tuscarora|
|Tight End||Joshua Price||Thomas Johnson||Defensive Tackle||Clay Hayes||Thomas Johnson|
|Tight End||Garrett McDaniel||Urbana||Defensive Tackle||Nathan Specht||Thomas Johnson|
|Offensive Line||Joe Guillen||Frederick||Linebacker||Drew Yarbrough||Oakdale|
|Offensive Line||Chris Cooper||Linganore||Linebacker||Mason Brown||Tuscarora|
|Offensive Line||Stephan Salvadori||Middletown||Linebacker||Dalton Kline||Thomas Johnson|
|Offensive Line||Kenny Hurley||Thomas Johnson||Defensive Back||Danny Ross||Linganore|
|Offensive Line||Zac Day||Urbana||Defensive Back||Isiah Mims||Oakdale|
|Offensive Line||Nick Hawkins||Walkersville||Defensive Back||Demetrus Anderson||Tuscarora|
|Offensive Line||Cody Long||Walkersville||Defensive Back||Simon Duvall||Tuscarora|
|Offensive Line||Jordan Ward||Walkersville||Defensive Back||Jake Fowkes||Thomas Johnson|
|Kicker||Derick Benjamin||Linganore||Defensive Back||Brent Leone||Thomas Johnson|
|Kicker||Nick Locicero||Oakdale||Defensive Back||Cameron O'Brien||Thomas Johnson|
|Kicker||Jacob Manley||Thomas Johnson||Defensive Back||Parker Mellott||Urbana|
2014 All-MVAL Antietam Conference
|Quarterback||Saavon Brown||Sr||Williamsport||Quarterback||Toby Peer||Jr||South Hagestown|
|Running Back||Darian Robinson||Jr||South Hagerstown||Running Back||Owen Glass||Jr||Boonsboro|
|Running Back||Jordan Hermann||Sr||Catoctin||Running Back||Calvin Bembry||Sr||North Hagerstown|
|Running Back||Seth Wagner||Sr||Brunswick||Running Back||D'morea James||Sr||South Hagestown|
|Wide Receiver||Marcel Jones||Jr||South Hagerstown||Wide Receiver||Cole Stotler||Sr||South Hagestown|
|Wide Receiver||Colby Byers||Sr||Williamsport||Wide Receiver||Manny Morris||Sr||Williamsport|
|Tight End||Alex Wetzel||Jr||Boonsboro||Tight End||Ali Robinson||Sr||Smithsburg|
|Center||Raymond Johns||Jr||South Hagerstown||Center||Donnie Drawbaugh||Sr||Boonsboro|
|Guard||George Robinson||Sr||South Hagerstown||Guard||Travis Kendle||Sr||Williamsport|
|Guard||Dakota Pfeiffer||Sr||Boonsboro||Guard||Dylan Jones||Sr||South Hagestown|
|Tackle||Nick Maidl||Sr||Brunswick||Tackle||Payne Harrison||Jr||Catoctin|
|Tackle||Brandon Ngati||Jr||South Hagerstown||Tackle||Travis Dodson||Sr||South Hagestown|
|Kicker||Hunter Martin||Sr||North Hagerstown||Kicker||Toby Peer||Jr||South Hagestown|
|Defensive Tackle||Dalton Hawkins||Sr||Boonsboro||Defensive Tackle||Donta Duncan||Jr||Williamsport|
|Defensive Tackle||Noah Dell||Jr||Catoctin||Defensive Tackle||Bryce Scott||Jr||Smithsburg|
|Defensive End||Aaron Dopson||Sr||North Hagerstown||Defensive End||Roy Parker||Sr||Williamsport|
|Defensive End||Robert Baker||Sr||South Hagerstown||Defensive End||Payne Harrison||Jr||Catoctin|
|MLB||Austin Shelton||Jr||South Hagerstown||MLB||Braden Thomson||Jr||Catoctin|
|MLB||Jeremy Lum||Sr||North Hagerstown||MLB||Logan Roberts||Sr||Boonsboro|
|OLB||Josiah Johnson||Sr||South Hagerstown||OLB||Matt Malphurs||Jr||Williamsport|
|OLB||Alex Wetzel||Jr||Boonsboro||OLB||Ali Robinson||Sr||Smithsburg|
|Cornerback||Cole Stotler||Sr||South Hagerstown||Cornerback||Erik Jones||Jr||Brunswick|
|Cornerback||Frankie Anderson||Sr||Catoctin||Cornerback||Garrett Spinks||Sr||Smithsburg|
|Safety||Sinjin Shoop||Sr||Williamsport||Safety||Daniel Moore||Jr||South Hagestown|
|Punter||Alex Wetzel||Jr||Boonsboro||Punter||Garrett Spinks||Sr||Smithsburg|
|HONORABLE MENTION||HONORABLE MENTION|
|Quarterback||Ben Dewees||Sr||Catoctin||Defensive Tackle||Nick Maidl||Sr||Brunswick|
|Quarterback||Dylan Curtis||Sr||Smithsburg||Defensive Tackle||Damion Rhymer||Sr||South Hagerstown|
|Quarterback||Erik Jones||Jr||Brunswick||Defensive End||Chance Thomas||Jr||Boonsboro|
|Running Back||Jordan Stonebreaker||Sr||Williamsport||Defensive End||Logan Scheider||Sr||Catoctin|
|Tight End||Logan Scheider||Sr||Catoctin||Defensive End||Walter Riley||Jr||Boonsboro|
|Tight End||Cody Mahoney||Sr||Brunswick||MLB||Austin Sigler||Sr||Williamsport|
|Tight End||James Brooks||Jr||South Hagestown||MLB||Cody Mahoney||Sr||Brunswick|
|Center||Mike Clise||Sr||Catoctin||MLB||Devon Robinson||Jr||Smithsburg|
|Center||Chase Powell||Sr||Brunswick||MLB||Deandre Richmond||Jr||South Hagerstown|
|Center||Chad Malcolm||Jr||North Hagerstown||OLB||Chantz Bland||Sr||Smithsburg|
|Guard||Ben Lapole||Sr||Smithsburg||OLB||James Brooks||Jr||South Hagerstown|
|Guard||Brian Hout||Sr||Williamsport||OLB||Tucker Brugh||Jr||North Hagerstown|
|Guard||Jared Boppe||Jr||North Hagerstown||Cornerback||Devin Griffith||Jr||Boonsboro|
|Tackle||Walter Riley||Jr||Boonsboro||Cornerback||Bakr Banire||Sr||Williamsport|
|Tackle||Junior Charles||Sr||North Hagerstown||Cornerback||Justin Mitchell||Jr||South Hagerstown|
|Tackle||Aaron Dopson||Sr||North Hagerstown||Safety||Doug Pearl||Sr||Brunswick|
|Kicker||Nathan Saunders||Sr||Boonsboro||Safety||Isaiah Elzie||Soph||Boonsboro|
|Punter||Hunter Martin||Sr||North Hagerstown|
|Punter||Toby Peer||Jr||South Hagerstown|
2014 MVAL STATS
|Points Scored||Overall TDs||Rushing Yards||Rushing TDs|
|1||Ray Gray||Urbana||162||1||Ray Gray||Urbana||27||1||Ray Gray||Urbana||2158||1||Ray Gray||Urbana||26|
|2||Nick Welch||Middletown||118||2||Kahari Kilgore||Thomas Johnson||19||2||Nick Welch||Middletown||1378||2||Nick Welch||Middletown||16|
|3||Kahari Kilgore||Thomas Johnson||114||3||Dante Butler||Linganore||16||3||Dante Butler||Linganore||1145||3||Dante Butler||Linganore||15|
|4||Dante Butler||Linganore||96||4||Nick Welch||Middletown||16||4||Patrick Cleveland||Walkersville||1106||4||Rodney Dorsey||Tuscarora||14|
|5||Rodney Dorsey||Tuscarora||84||5||Rodney Dorsey||Tuscarora||14||5||Rodney Dorsey||Tuscarora||1025||5||Chad Gleason||Walkersville||13|
|6||Chad Gleason||Walkersville||78||6||Chad Gleason||Walkersville||13||6||Chad Gleason||Walkersville||941||6||Patrick Cleveland||Walkersville||11|
|7||Patrick Cleveland||Walkersville||66||7||Patrick Cleveland||Walkersville||11||7||Marques Lauer||Middletown||813||7||Alex Mason||Oakdale||11|
|8||Alex Mason||Oakdale||66||8||Alex Mason||Oakdale||11||8||Malik Boyd||Oakdale||804||8||Daon Thomas||Thomas Johnson||8|
|9||Adam Beisser||Linganore||54||9||Adam Beisser||Linganore||9||9||Jazaih Brightful||Oakdale||743||9||Malik Boyd||Oakdale||7|
|10||Daon Thomas||Thomas Johnson||50||10||Malik Boyd||Oakdale||7||10||Thomas||Thomas Johnson||603||10||Jazaih Brightful||Oakdale||7|
|11||Malik Boyd||Oakdale||48||11||Isiah Mims||Oakdale||7||11||Everett Polzin||Walkersville||535||11||Edwards||Linganore||5|
|12||Isiah Mims||Oakdale||42||12||Jazaih Brightful||Oakdale||7||12||Terrence Warfield||Frederick||499||12||Marques Lauer||Middletown||5|
|13||Jazaih Brightful||Oakdale||42||13||Grant Waxter||Linganore||6||13||Waddy||Thomas Johnson||453||13||Waddy||Thomas Johnson||4|
|14||Nick LoCirero||Oakdale||39||14||Marques Lauer||Middletown||5||14||Alex Mason||Oakdale||440||14||Isiah Mims||Oakdale||4|
|15||Derek Benjamin||Linganore||39||15||Brett Cole||Tuscarora||5||15||Demarcus Core||Frederick||335||15||Nathaniel Musselman||Linganore||4|
|16||Grant Waxter||Linganore||38||16||Darrick Edwards||Linganore||5||16||Isiah Mims||Oakdale||288||16||Donovan Pannell||Urbana||3|
|17||Nathaniel Musselman||Linganore||32||17||N.Musselman||Linganore||5||17||Peter Heon||Middletown||278||17||Terrence Warfield||Frederick||3|
|18||Brett Cole||Tuscarora||30||18||several players||4||18||Simon Duval||Tuscarora||275||18||James Early||Middletown||3|
|Receptions||Receiving Yards||Receiving TDs|
|1||Kahari Kilgore||Thomas Johnson||48||1||Kahari Kilgore||Thomas Johnson||935||1||Kahari Kilgore||Thomas Johnson||16|
|2||Markus Grossman||Tuscarora||43||2||Brett Cole||Tuscarora||600||2||Adam Beisser||Linganore||7|
|3||Demontrez Goines||Frederick||40||3||Adam Beisser||Linganore||514||3||Grant Waxter||Linganore||6|
|4||Tyler Leone||Thomas Johnson||38||4||Markus Grossman||Tuscarora||514||4||J.D. Huntt||Oakdale||5|
|5||Jack Staub||Linganore||38||5||Demetrius Anderson||Tuscarora||477||5||Brett Cole||Tuscarora||5|
|6||Demetrius Anderson||Tuscarora||32||6||Jack Staub||Linganore||439||6||Adonis Phillips||Thomas Johnson||4|
|7||Isaiah Martinez||Thomas Johnson||30||7||Tyler Leone||Thomas Johnson||430||7||Demetrius Anderson||Tuscarora||4|
|8||Isiah Mims||Oakdale||27||8||Isiah Mims||Oakdale||399||8||J.D. Sheridan||Tuscarora||4|
|9||Brett Cole||Tuscarora||27||9||J.D. Sheridan||Tuscarora||318||9||Tyler Leone||Thomas Johnson||3|
|10||Adam Beisser||Linganore||25||10||J.D. Huntt||Oakdale||284||10||Isiah Mims||Oakdale||3|
|11||Adonis Phillips||Thomas Johnson||20||11||Isaiah Martinez||Thomas Johnson||282||11||Zach Cummings||Urbana||3|
|12||Dylan Lambert||Oakdale||20||12||Dylan Lambert||Oakdale||224||12||Demontrez Goines||Frederick||3|
|13||Kevin Osei||Frederick||18||13||Palmer Williams||Tuscarora||198||13||Isaiah Martinez||Thomas Johnson||2|
|14||Palmer Williams||Tuscarora||15||14||Zach Cummings||Urbana||198||14||Jack Staub||Linganore||2|
|15||Danny McDermott||Frederick||15||15||Atkins||Urbana||182||15||Markus Grossman||Tuscarora||2|
|17||Atkins||Urbana||13||17||Adonis Phillips||Thomas Johnson||158||17|
|Passing Yards||Completions||Passing TDs||Completion %|
|1||Tyler Magaha||Thomas Johnson||2345||1||Tyler Magaha||Thomas Johnson||184||1||Tyler Magaha||Thomas Johnson||27||1||Spencer Mott||Tuscarora||63.2%|
|2||Spencer Mott||Tuscarora||2277||2||Spencer Mott||Tuscarora||141||2||Nathaniel Musselman||Linganore||18||2||Alex Mason||Oakdale||62.0%|
|3||Nathaniel Musselman||Linganore||1548||3||Terrence Warfield||Frederick||112||3||Spencer Mott||Tuscarora||17||3||Nathaniel Musselman||Linganore||60.0%|
|4||Terrence Warfield||Frederick||1317||4||N.Musselman||Linganore||90||4||Donovan Pannell||Urbana||12||4||Terrence Warfield||Frederick||55.4%|
|5||Donovan Pannell||Urbana||981||5||Donovan Pannell||Urbana||70||5||Alex Mason||Oakdale||8||5||Tyler Magaha||Thomas Johnson||55.1%|
|6||Alex Mason||Oakdale||823||6||Alex Mason||Oakdale||67||6||Terrence Warfield||Frederick||6||6||Donovan Pannell||Urbana||53.8%|
|7||Patrick Moore||Middletown||319||7||Patrick Moore||Middletown||32||7||Patrick Moore||Middletown||3||7||Patrick Moore||Middletown||42.7%|
|PATs Made||Field Goals Made||Punting Avg||2-Pt Conversions|
|1||Derrick Benjamin||Linganore||39||1||Nick Welch||Middletown||6||1||Grant Waxter||Linganore||36.4||1||Daniel Ross||Linganore||3|
|2||Nick LoCirero||Oakdale||39||2||2||Terrence Warfield||Frederick||34.6||2||several players||1|
|3||K.J. Bromwell||Middletown||22||3||3||J.D. Huntt||Oakdale||34.3||3|
|1||Derek Wilson||Linganore||109||1||Matt Beveridge||Oakdale||4||1||Trevor Hane||Linganore||9.0||1||Tyriek Kimble||Frederick||21.0|
|2||Bannon Conner||Linganore||101||2||Wade Stieren||Linganore||4||2||Tyriek Kimble||Frederick||8.0||2||Bannon Conner||Linganore||20.0|
|3||M.Brown||Tuscarora||94||3||Grossman||Tuscarora||3||3||Peter Heon||Middletown||7.0||3||Trevor Hane||Linganore||14.0|
|4||Duvall||Tuscarora||90||4||Anderson||Tuscarora||3||4||Bannon Conner||Linganore||6.0||4||Nick Zanoni||Linganore||14.0|
|5||Nick Welch||Middletown||90||5||Will Kent||Oakdale||3||5||Casey Alvardo||Linganore||6.0||5||Nick Welch||Middletown||13.0|
|6||Tyler Fleagle||Linganore||84||6||Demontrez Goines||Frederick||3||6||Nick Zanoni||Linganore||6.0||6||Tyler Fleagle||Linganore||12.0|
|7||Martin||Thomas Johnson||83||7||Joshua Hall||Linganore||2||7||Keller Falkenstein||Middletown||5.5||7||Casey Alvardo||Linganore||12.0|
|8||Cornwell||Tuscarora||82||8||Daniel Ross||Linganore||2||8||Lee||Thomas Johnson||5.0||8||Peter Heon||Middletown||12.0|
|9||Tyriek Kimble||Frederick||79||9||Grant Waxter||Linganore||2||9||Derek Wilson||Linganore||5.0||9||Derek Wilson||Linganore||11.0|
|10||Casey Alvardo||Linganore||77||10||Nick Welch||Middletown||2||10||Eustaquio||Thomas Johnson||4.0||10||Austin Farinholt||Walkersville||11.0|
|11||Belcher||Tuscarora||77||11||K.J. Bromwell||Middletown||2||11||Tyler Fleagle||Linganore||4.0||11||Keller Falkenstein||Middletown||10.5|
|12||Drew Yarborough||Oakdale||76||12||Kilgore||Thomas Johnson||2||12||Jaden Hawes||Oakdale||3.5||12||Belcher||Tuscarora||9.0|
|13||Nick Zanoni||Linganore||76||13||C.Obrian||Thomas Johnson||2||13||Joe Guillen||Frederick||3.0||13||Dakota Dixon||Walkersville||9.0|
|14||Dakota Dixon||Walkersville||70||14||Hoult||Thomas Johnson||2||14||14||Cody Long||Walkersville||8.0|
Chesapeake Conference Stats
|Points Scored||Overall TDs||Rushing Yards||Rushing TDs|
|1||Chris Gavin||South Carroll||120|