URBANA — Middletown senior Conner Meyer is known for his defense, and the linebacker’s performance in Friday’s game did nothing to diminish that reputation.
MIDDLETOWN — As the curtain fell on the scheduled portion of this most-unusual Frederick County football season, the unit that stood the tallest among the tangled web of teams was the Middletown defense.
MIDDLETOWN — On the first play from scrimmage, Brunswick defensive tackle Terrance Jackson burst into the backfield and tackled Catoctin star running back Carson Sickeri for a 4-yard loss.
Garrett Witt stood alone on the Oakdale sideline, doubled over at the waist before one of his Bears teammates came over and jokingly asked the senior if he was tired from the opening kickoff he returned 81 yards for a touchdown against Thomas Johnson.
Unlike some of his teammates, Brunswick senior defensive end-outside linebacker Jacob Henderson didn’t begin playing football until he reached high school.
With the spring sports season and the state basketball semifinals still hanging in the balance, Kevin Kendro, the supervisor of athletics and extracurricular activities for Frederick County Public Schools, is the guest this week on The Final Score podcast.
One day before it was scheduled to play in a state semifinal at the University of Maryland, the Oakdale boys basketball team found out that its season was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Fresh off of her second state championship in wrestling, Middletown’s Kalin Bower and her father, Chris, are the guest’s this week on The Final Score podcast.