Sixty-five young men, the area's top rising senior football players, will be honored at May 16th banquet The Baltimore Touchdown Club has announced the members of its 20th annual Super 22 Team, which will be honored on Tuesday, May 16th (6:30) at the BTC Super 22 Showcase at Michael’s 8th Avenue in Glen Burnie, Maryland.
The event will feature 65 of the top current juniors, who will be playing their senior seasons in the fall, as selected by their coaches. All of these athl
Baltimore Touchdown Club President Doug DuVall, a winner of five state football championships during his legendary career at Wilde Lake High School, will be inducted into the DC Touchdown Club’s Circle of Legends.
In his 36 year head coaching career, all at Wilde Lake, DuVall won 308 games, 20 Howard County championships and the five state crowns. Since his retirement in 2008, the 70 year old DuVall has remained an enthusiastic advocate for the game of high school football,
Both games came down to the wire as the West and North prevail (VIDEO INTERVIEWS HERE) The 21st annual Baltimore Touchdown Club All-Star Classic lived up to its name and then some. In fact, the fans who braved the frigid temperatures on Saturday at Archbishop Spalding High School’s Whittles Field got two classics for the price of one as both contests went down to the wire.
In the opening game, the West jumped out to a big early lead and held off a late rally by the East to
Falcons complete first undefeated regular season; Mustangs win Baltimore City’s Division I Two coaches who guided their football teams to Baltimore City football titles this fall – Reginald Lewis’ Elwood Townsend and Mervo’s Patrick Nixon – share the Week 10 Baltimore Touchdown Club Coach of the Week award, the final one of the 2016 season.
Townsend, in his first year at Reginald Lewis after a highly successful tenure at Douglass, has turned around the Lewis program, leadin
Gladiators halted Howard win streak; Boonsboro deliver 200th career win for their coach For the first time, the BTC has named Co-Coaches of the Week, honoring Glenelg’s Butch Schaffer after his Gladiators stopped Howard’s 33-game winning streak against County opponents, and Boonsbor’s Clayton Akers, as his squad improved to 8-1 with a 71-42 rout of Winters Mill, giving the veteran coach is 200th career victory.
Howard had not lost in Howard County in nearly three years, wit
His Patriots are 8-0 and back in the 4A postseason after a big win over Broadneck During his five-plus seasons as the head coach at Old Mill, few area football coaches have won more than the Patriots’ Chad McCormick, who is 63-8 during his time at the Anne Arundel County powerhouse, including a state title in 2011 and a return to the 4A final in 2014.
In 2016 the Patriots are rolling again, moving to 8-0 with a 34-10 rout of rival Broadneck, last Friday, clinching a return
Lakers also clinched a place in the MIAA B Conference Championship Game with win over Severn Boys’ Latin head football coach Ritchie Schell wanted to win Saturday’s road game at Severn School badly. The victory was not important because Schell, now in his 16th season with the Roland Park School entered with 99 career wins, but because a victory would clinch his team’s place in the 2016 MIAA B Conference Championship Game.
As it turned out, the veteran coach walked away with
Lions are off to a 6-0 start in 2016 The Walkersville football team has been on a roll over the last two seasons, following last year’s appearance in the 2A state championship game with a 6-0 start in 2016.
The latest victory, a 48-6 rout of Catoctin, last Friday, on the Lions Homecoming has earned head coach Joe Polce honors as the Week 6 Baltimore Touchdown Club Coach of the Week.
Walkersville’s Chad Gleason scored on a 50-yard TD run, on the first snap from scrimmage.
In his fourth-year, Schmitt has the 2nd-ranked Cavaliers in the hunt for a MIAA A Conference championship As the second ranked team in the VSN Football Top 20, Archbishop Spalding is favored to win almost any game it may enter. However, the Cavaliers were especially impressive last Friday, as they ran away from undefeated and 10th-ranked Loyola Blakefield in the fourth quarter for a 63-24 MIAA A Conference victory. The performance earned third-year Spalding coach Kyle Schmitt
Lightning are off to a 4-0 start after win over No. 19 Oakland Mills In his fourth season, Long Reach head coach Jamie Willis has his football team off to a 4-0 start, which is an unheard of position for the Lightning, the perennial basement dwellers in the Howard County standings. The fast start in 2016 includes Friday’s 14-7 win over No. 19 Oakland Mills, which has earned Willis the honor of the Week 4 Baltimore Touchdown Club Coach of the Week.
The Lightning have not bee