WALKERSVILLE — After a week of reshuffling along the offensive line due to illness and injury, Walkersville’s homecoming game with Catoctin was naturally going to be decided by physical, tough-sledding yards near the goal line, the kind of situation where line play is paramount.
For a moment, it looked like another game was going to slip through the grasp of the Tuscarora boys soccer team on Thursday night.
Last year, Quinten Norberg won a black Frederick High jersey with a gold F and crossed sabers.
Josiah Jones has played in big games before, like the one Walkersville will host Friday night against unbeaten Catoctin.
Oakdale’s Sam Mogar is no longer lighting up the scoreboard like she did last se ason, when she was Frederick County’s top scorer in field hockey.
A muffed punt return early in Friday’s game marked the start of what ended up being a long, frustrating night for the Linganore football team against visiting Penns Grove, New Jersey.
MIDDLETOWN — With Oakdale defenders pinning their ears back and consistently bearing down on him, Reese Poffenbarger had to do something to slow down the Bears.