The Washington County Football Head Coaches selected their 2022 All-Washington County Football team. Below are the first team selections.
Washington County is on top of the mountain for high school volleyball in the state of Maryland. North Hagerstown and Clear Spring each claimed State Championships in their respective classes on Wednesday evening at Harford Community College.
#7-South Hagerstown at #2-Frederick, Thursday, 11/3, 6:30 PM
#6-North Hagerstown at #3-Oakdale, Thursday, 11/3, 6:30 PM
#6-Winters Mill at #3-Williamsport, Friday, 11/4, 6:00 PM
#5-Western STES at #4-Boonsboro, Friday, 11/4, 7:00 PM
#5-Smithsburg at #4-Northern Garrett, Friday, 11/4, 7:00 PM
#6-Clear Spring at #3-Allegany, Saturday, 11/5, 1:00 PM
•Regular Season Game
Kiski School at Saint James, Saturday, 11/5, 1:00 PM
Teriq Morris opened the Hagerstown Gridiron Championship with a kickoff return touchdown for the second straight season. The Rebel senior weaved his way to a 90-yard kickoff return touchdown and also added a fourth quarter score on a 47-yard run to lead South Hagerstown to a 28-0 victory over rival North Hagerstown on Friday.
The Williamsport Wildcats football team closed out the regular season on Thursday evening with a commanding 41-0 victory over Pikesville from Baltimore County.
Chad Brashears will step away as South Hagerstown boys basketball head coach after five seasons at the helm.
This Friday is the annual Hagerstown Gridiron Championship featuring the Hubs of North Hagerstown (3-5) and Rebels of South Hagerstown (2-6). Although both teams have subpar records, a great crowd and competitive game is expected.
Thursday, October 27
Pikesville at Williamsport, 6
Friday, October 28
North Hagerstown at South Hagerstown, 6
Boonsboro at Smithsburg, 6
Hancock at Clear Spring, 7
Saturday, October 29
Sidwell Friends at Saint James, 12