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#721 BSLWillieSeanCoughlan

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Posted 04 December 2019 - 10:02 PM

Among the eight coaches that will be on the sidelines in the state finals, five rank among the top 20 all-time in MPSSAA history in post-season wins, including Dunbar’s Coach Smith (#1), Wise’s Coach Parrish (#4t), Linganore’s Coach Conner (#6t), Damascus’ Coach Eric Wallich (#11t), and Northwest’s Coach Neubeiser (#18t). Another, Catoctin’s Doug Williams ranks among the top 40, with 13 playoff wins.

Friday night, Smith became the first to 40 wins, and Parrish became just one of five coaches to win 30 playoff games in MPSSAA history. Conner needs one victory to grow the ‘Club 30’ number to six. Wallich would become the 11th coach in MPSSAA history with 24 post-season wins, with a win.

The ‘30 Club’ looks to double what it was coming into the season over the next two years no matter the outcomes of this weekend’s games. With Parrish in, and Conner at the doorstep, it’s seemingly possible, especially with this playoff expansion, that Franklin’s Coach Anthony Burgos, Wallich, Douglass’ Coach JC Pinkney and River Hill’s Coach Brian Van Deusen makes it ten with 30, should all coach the next two years.

Of the twenty coaches that have won at least 18 post-season games, ten are active.

Playoff Wins

40 Lawrence Smith (Dunbar*)^
37 Todd Appel (Fort Hill*)
32 Al Thomas (SV, Sherwood, Damascus)
30 DaLawn Parrish (DuVal, Wise*)^
30 Bob Milloy (Whitman, Springbrook, Sherwood)
29 Rick Conner (Brunswick, Linganore*)^
29 Brian Van Deusen (River Hill*)
25 Anthony Burgos (Franklin*)
25 Terry Changuris (Seneca Valley)
25 Steve Turnbaugh (Hereford)
23 Eric Wallich (Wheaton, Damascus*)^
23 JC Pinkney (Douglass*)
23 Dave Carruthers (Linganore, Urbana)
22 Kevin Lynott (Brunswick, Middletown)
21 Doug Duvall (Wilde Lake)
21 Carroll Reid (Smithsburg)
19 Doug Fleetwood (Cambridge)
18 Mike Neubeiser (Northwest*)^
18 Dave Mencarini (Linganore, Urbana)
18 Danny Hayes (Gwynn Park*)

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Posted 04 December 2019 - 10:03 PM

Six of the eight coaches leading their respective teams this weekend come in already having won a state title, including five that have won two or more. Dunbar’s Coach Lawrence Smith could become the fourth coach in MPSSAA history to win seven state titles, should the Poets win their 13th straight game this season. Wise’s Coach DaLawn Parrish would become the eighth coach in MPSSAA history to win five state titles, should the Pumas come out victorious over the Jaguars. Either Damascus Coach Eric Wallich or Linganore Coach Rick Conner will become the 12th coach in MPSSAA history to win at least four state titles. Northwest Coach Mike Neubeiser can become the 23rd coach in MPSSAA history to win three states with a win.

State Titles

8 Bob Milloy (Whitman, Springbrook, Sherwood)
8 Al Thomas (Seneca Valley, Damascus, Sherwood)
7 Terry Changuris (Seneca Valley)
6 Lawrence Smith (Dunbar*)
6 Dave Carruthers (Linganore, Urbana)

5 Todd Appel (Fort Hill*)
5 Doug Duvall (Wilde Lake)
4 DaLawn Parrish (DuVal, Wise)
4 Brian Van Deusen (River Hill*)
4 Carroll Reid (Smithsburg)
4 Jack Gilmore (Valley, Allegany)

3 Rick Conner (Brunswick, Linganore*)
3 Eric Wallich (Wheaton, Damascus*)
3 Anthony Burgos (Franklin*)
3 Dan Makosy (Damascus, Hammond, Kennedy)
3 Steve Turnbaugh (Hereford)
3 Kevin Lynott (Brunswick, Middletown)
3 Doug Fleetwood (Cambridge)
3 Jim Crawford (Friendly)
3 Larry Johnson (McDonough)
3 Roy Lester (RM, PB, Magruder)
3 James Rofosco (Allegany)

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Smith and Conner will both be making their eighth state championship game appearance, respectively, joining MoCo legends Bob Milloy (11) and Al Thomas (12), and Frederick County Hall of Famer Dave Carruthers (8) as the only coaches in MPSSAA history to do so. Parrish becomes the 11th coach in MPSSAA history to coach in seven title games. Neubeiser will become the 22nd coach in MPSSAA history to coach in four championship games.

Parrish is just one of two coaches to have won four 4A (former AA) state titles, joining Milloy. Parrish also becomes the third Coach in MPSSAA history to coach in seven 4A state title games, joining Milloy and Churchill’s Fred Sheppard (7).

State Championship Appearances

12 Milloy
11 Thomas
8 Conner
8 Smith
8 Carruthers
7 Parrish
7 Appel
7 Duvall
7 Reid
7 Changuris
7 Fred Sheppard (Churchill)
6 Gilmore
6 Fleetwood

4A Title Game Appearances

11 Milloy
7 Parrish
7 Sheppard
4 Thomas
4 Nick Lynch (Suitland)

Neubeiser could become the third coach to win three 4A titles, joining Milloy (8) and Parrish (4). Conner could become just the second coach to win four 3A state titles, joining Seneca’s Valley Terry Changuris (5).

3A State Titles

5 Changuris
3 Conner
3 Burgos
3 Thomas
3 Carrithers
3 Johnson

3A & 4A Titles

8 Milloy
7 Changuris
5 Thomas
4 Parrish
3 Burgos
3 Conner
3 Carruthers
3 Makosy
3 Crawford
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Posted 04 December 2019 - 10:04 PM

The Teams

All eight teams playing this weekend are among the 22 in MPSSAA history to have a post-season winning percentage of .600 or better (5 gm. min.). All eight have won at least one state title, winning a total of 39 state titles, collectively. Both Damascus and Dunbar have a chance to win their 11th state titles, and one away from Seneca Valley’s state record of 12. Damascus is making a state record 15th appearance in a state title game, while Dunbar and Linganore join both the Swarmin’ Hornets and Fort Hill (14) as the only teams to earn at least 13 berths in a title game.

MPSSAA Playoff Win %

.827 Dunbar (62-13)
.811 Wise (30-7)
.750 Springbrook (21-7)
.753 Damascus (55-18)
.719 Linganore (41-16)
.707 River Hill (29-12)
.702 Allegany (40-17)
.700 Seneca Valley (42-18)
.694 Quince Orchard (34-15)
.686 Northwest (24-11)
.682 Fort Hill (58-27)
.676 Urbana (23-11)
.675 Wilde Lake (27-13)
.655 Middletown (36-19)
.643 McDonough (18-10)
.630 Huntingtown (17-10)
.622 Hereford (28-17)
.611 Potomac (22-14)
.609 Catoctin (14-9)
.605 Franklin (26-17)
.604 Havre de Grace (32-21)
.600 Sherwood (30-20)

Seven of the eight teams playing in the finals rank among the 23 in MPSSAA history to have won at least 22 post-season games, including 5 of the 12 teams in MPSSAA history with at least 30 playoff wins - Dunbar (#1), Damascus (#3), Linganore (#5), Middletown (#7), and Wise (#11t).

Playoff wins as of 12/1/19

62 Dunbar
58 Fort Hill
55 Damascus
42 Seneca Valley
41 Linganore
40 Allegany
36 Middletown
34 Quince Orchard
32 Havre de Grace
31 Cambridge - SD
30 Wise
30 Sherwood
29 River Hill
29 Douglass
28 Hereford
27 Wilde Lake
26 Franklin
24 Northwest
23 Elkton
23 Urbana
23 Joppatowne
22 Potomac
22 Smithsburg
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Posted 04 December 2019 - 10:05 PM

All-Time Top Ten Trio in 2A

The Potomac Wolverines feature a quarterback and receiver who have moved in among the top 10 in MPSSAA history in career passing yards, career passing touchdowns, career receiving yards, career receiving touchdowns, as well as the top 10 lists in single-season passing touchdowns, single-season receiving touchdowns, and single-season receiving yards, respectively.

Dominique Anthony, the Wolverines 6’1 219 quarterback committed to Old Dominion, has thrown for 72 touchdowns in his career, ranking 5th all-time in MPSSAA history, and 2nd all-time in PG County history, trailing only Friendly’s Joe Haden (80). With 6,628 career passing yards, Anthony ranks 7th all-time in MPSSAA history in hat category. Anthony’s 38 passing touchdowns this season ranks tied for 7th all-time, and is two away from being tied for 5th all-time. Additionally, Anthony needs 180 passing yards to rank among the top 10 all-time in single-season passing yards.

Career Passing Touchdowns

111 Billy Cosh (Arundel ‘07-09)
80 Joe Haden (Friendly ‘03-06))
80 Deontay Twyman (Sherwood ‘04-06)
77 Chuck Reese (Rockville ‘13-14)
72 Dominique Anthony (Potomac ‘16-19)

Career Passing Yards

7,649 Jared Lewis (Dunbar ‘15-17)
7,433 Billy Cosh (Arundel ‘07-09)
7,371 Joe Haden (Friendly ‘03-06)
7,069 Desmond Colby (Blair ‘13-16)
7,062 Deontay Twyman (Sherwood ‘04-06)
6,907 Markel Grant (Watkins Mill ‘14-17)
6,628 Dominique Anthony (Potomac ‘16-19)

Single-Season Passing Touchdowns

63 Deryk Kern (Westminster ‘12)
56 Billy Cosh (Arundel ‘08)
55 Billy Cosh (Arundel ‘09)
43 Nick Elko (Arundel ‘07)
40 Gaston Cooper (Paint Branch ‘13)
40 Chuck Reese (Rockville ‘14)
38 Dominique Anthony (Potomac ‘19)
38 Joe Haden (Friendly ‘06)
38 Kevin Clancy (Westminster ‘05)


His top target the last three seasons, 6’2 190 Corey Dyches, who has committed to Maryland,
surpassed former Arundel receiver Ronnie Harris for 5th all-time in career receiving yards last weekend. Dyches is also two touchdown receptions from moving into the top 5 all-time in career touchdown receptions. Dyches is tied with two others for most touchdown receptions in a season, and with one this weekend, will have sole custody of 5th all-time. Dyches ranks 10th all-time in single-season receiving yards, and with 54 receiving yards, will finish 7th all-time.

Career Receiving Yards

3,515 Blaine Price (Brunswick ‘10-12)
3,364 Malik Lawrence (North Point (‘15-18)
3,366 Terri Lowry (Lake Clifton ‘93-96)
3,222 Ethon Williams (Broadneck ‘15-18)
2,777 Corey Dyches (Potomac ‘15-18)

Career Touchdown Receptions

53 Ethon Williams (Broadneck ‘15-18)
48 Ronnie Harris (Arundel ‘08-09)
43 Vincent Hill (Friendly ‘04-06)
42 Malik Lawrence (North Point ‘15-18)
40 Brandon Johnson-Farrell (Arundel ‘05-07)
39 Corey Dyches (Potomac ‘15-18)

Single-Season Touchdown Receptions

28 Ronnie Harris (Arundel ‘09)
23 Brandon Johnson-Farrell (Arundel ‘07)
23 Alec Lemon (Arundel ‘08)
22 Ethon Williams (Broadneck ‘18)
19 Corey Dyches (Potomac ‘19)
19 Garrett Bean (Westminster ‘12)
19 Bradley Metcalf (Westminster ‘12)
19 CJ Thomas (Linganore ‘07)

Single-Season Receiving Yards

1,799 Blaine Price (Brunswick ‘12)
1,655 Ronnie Harris (Arundel ‘09)
1,616 Alec Lemon (Arundel ‘08)
1.394 Brandon Johnson-Farrell (Arundel ‘07)
1,390 Vincent Hill (Friendly ‘06)
1,383 Sean Farr (Dunbar ‘07)
1,318 Jack Pilkerton (LaPlata ‘13)
1,317 James Smith (South River ‘13)
1,266 Noelly Miller (Whitman ‘17)
1,265 Corey Dyches (Potomac ‘19)


Middletown’s Reese Poffenberger has a chance to move into the MPSSAA’s top 10 in career touchdown passes, with two this weekend. Poffenberger currently stands at #13. Poffenberger ranks 18th all-time in MPSSAA history in career passing yards, and 7th all-time in career completions. Middletown’s Brian Walker ranks 12th all-time in single-season touchdown receptions.

Career Touchdown Passes

>> Top 5 listed above
71 Stevie Curran (Kent County ‘13-15)
71 Mike Pfisterer (North County ‘97-00)
67 Markel Grant (Watkins Mill ‘14-17)
67 Deryk Kern (Westminster ‘11-12)
66 Jared Lewis (Dunbar ‘14-17)
65 Reese Crounse (Patuxent, Northern ‘17)
65 Kevin Clancy (Westminster ‘03-05)
64 Reese Poffenberger (Middletown ‘17-19)

Career Passing Yards

>> Top 7 listed above
6,579 Grant Saylor (Wooton ‘15-17)
6,522 Mike Pfisterer (North County ‘97-00)
6,350 Reese Crounse (Patuxent, Northern ‘17)
6,241 Chuck Reese (Rockville ‘13-14)
6,229 Kevin Clancy (Westminster ‘03-05)
5,859 Mike Mooney (Wooton ‘06-08)
5,668 Stevie Curran (Kent County ‘13-15)
5,638 Zach Mills (Urbana ‘97-99)
5,615 Christian Edwards (Tuscarora ‘15-17)
5,423 Jermichael Jones (North Point ‘15-17)
5,420 Reese Poffenberger (Middletown ‘17-19)

Career Passing Completions

594 Billy Cosh (Arundel ‘07-09)
548 Mike Pfisterer (North County ‘97-00)
529 Markel Grant (Watkins Mill ‘14-17)
463 Nick Elko (Westminster ‘05-07
453 Chuck Reese (Rockville ‘13-14)
448 Grant Saylor (Wooton 15-17)
436 Reese Poffenberger (Middletown ‘17-19)

Single-Season Touchdown Receptions

>> Top 8 listed above
18 Malik Lawrence (North Point ‘18)
17 Tyreek Chambers (Poly ‘17)
17 Ethon Williams (Broadneck ‘17)
16 Brian Walker (Middletown ‘19)
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Posted 04 December 2019 - 11:10 PM

Four intriguing games to close the 2019 season:

 

 

Catoctin vs Dunbar - Catoctin's 41-0 blowout of Fort Hill can't be overlooked, nor can Dunbar's narrow 42-38 win over Lake Clifton in Playoff Week #2. Catoctin in a close one.

 

MIddletown vs Potomac - A virtual toss-up. Middletown's incredible comeback against Elkton could give them the edge going into this game.

 

Damascus vs Linganore - Two of the premiere programs in Maryland lock horns. Having Mr. Bresee on their team may be the difference maker for the Hornets.

 

Wise vs Northwest - If any of the games are one-sided, this should be the one.

 

 

Happy Holidays and Happy Off-Season to all!

 

 

 



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Posted 05 December 2019 - 08:03 PM

Damascus up 17-0 late in the 2nd quarter. Bresee having a nice game, including a 2 yd TD run to put Damascus on the board.

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Posted 05 December 2019 - 08:11 PM

Damascus by far is the better team but these officials are pure trash

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Posted 05 December 2019 - 09:15 PM

Hats off to Damascus. The best public high school football program in MD history. Its not even debatable anymore. Still getting it done.
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Posted 05 December 2019 - 09:16 PM

BSL: 2019 1A State Final Preview

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Posted 05 December 2019 - 10:35 PM

Thanks Oil means a lot. Teaching the kids life lessons , how to deal with adversity.

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Posted 06 December 2019 - 08:54 AM

Hats off to Damascus. The best public high school football program in MD history. Its not even debatable anymore. Still getting it done.

 

They are tied with Dunbar with 10 state championship wins.


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Posted 06 December 2019 - 09:39 AM

Nope Damascus got number 11 last night. Seneca valley still has the record at 12.

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Posted 06 December 2019 - 11:11 PM

4A State Title Game

Wise 35 Northwest 14 F

Congrats to my guy, DaLawn, and his Pumas, on their 4th 4A state title in 5 years, and their 5th in 8 years. He always has his talented units so prepared. Very proud of him. The Pumas produced close to 500 yards of offense, and held the Jaguars scoreless in the second half.
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Posted 08 December 2019 - 10:32 AM

Balt Sun: Dunbar football rues early mistakes in 31-8 loss to Catoctin in 1A state championship game



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Posted 13 December 2019 - 05:50 PM

Congratulations to Parkville Head Coach Justin Payne on being selected as the Baltimore Ravens 2019 Coach of the Year. The Knights finished 11-1, and made the 4A state quarterfinals, following a 3-6 season. A great honor for my long-time (41 years) friend.
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Posted 27 December 2019 - 11:07 PM

BSL: 2019 All-MPSSAA Football: Offense
https://www.baltimor...l-team-offense/


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Posted 27 December 2019 - 11:35 PM

BSL: 2019 All-MPSSAA Football: Defense & Special Teams

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