Friday night, with a packed Cougar Dome. Flowers in the starting series made it look like it was going to be a tough game. They quickly marched down the field and made it to QO’s 12 yard line and then #1 Edwin Walker fumbled. The Cougars start out with 3 and out. The Cougars got the ball back and scored late in the 1st qtr with a 44 yd reception by #1 Tyrell Williams. Less than 2 minutes later Flowers #1 Edwin Walker broke free for a 66 yd touchdown, and they missed the field goal, score cut to 7-6. With 4 minutes into the 2nd qtr QO’s #6 Mark Green scored off a 14 yd run, cap by a field goal by #20 Chris McPherson, score 14-6. With 18 seconds remaining prior to halftime, QO’s #6 Mark Green scores on a 39 yd run, #20 Chris McPherson missed the field goal, score 20-6. Midway thru the 3rd qtr, QO score a 34 yd field goal by #20 Chris McPherson. 5 minute in the 4th, Flowers #6 Keith Payne scored on a 28 yd pass, they attempt a two point conversion and fail, score 23-12. Stats QO: #7 Billy Plante 11/15 176 passing, #6 Mark Green 41/279 rushing, #1 Tyrell Williams 3/13 rushing and receiving 6/142 yds, #48 Laquan Wilkerson fumble recovery, Stats Flowers: #4 Jonathan Holland 6/16 75 yds passing, 2 ints, #1 Edwin Walker 15/149 rushing yds Story by Jeffrey Vogt ***** Stats by Kyle Hall Photos taken by Jeffrey Vogt of the event can be viewed and purchased at
We are switching our galleries from a in-house fulfillment system to an outsourced national fulfillment service with a larger selection of products. We will leave our “old galleries” up until all images have been uploaded to the “new galleries”. As of today we will no longer update or adding to the “old galleries” and will remove them once the uploading to the “new galleries” are complete. We hope to have the “new galleries” fully uploaded by December 1st. Photos taken by Jeffrey Vogt of the event can be viewed and purchased at
Friday night, Quince Orchard will host Flowers HS in the state semi final 4A playoffs. Kick off time is 7pm..
Friday nights game turned out to be tough for both teams, it is about 40 degrees at the Cougar Dome. With about 10 minutes to the start, the stands on the Cougars sides was packed. Churchill fills up quickly with fans just prior to the kickoff. Churchill played a tough game and came up short in the final seconds of the 2nd round playoffs QO stalled and had to punt five minutes into the 1st qtr. QO Mark Green had a 60 yard TD called back for a holding penalty. QO advance to inside the 10 and fumbles on the snap.Churchill has a 30 yd pass smacked into the hands of Kenny Lange. Mark Green scores TD on a 10 yd. Churchill runs up the middle for TD. QO 3rd and five from the end zone, Mark Green scores TD #2 for the night. QO 14 CHS 14 Halftime. QO scores in the 3rd tr and misses the field goal. QO 20 – CHS 14. Churchill scores 3 minutes into 4th qtr. QO 20-CHS 21. QO decided to punts on a 4th and 1 with 3 minutes remaining CHS played a more defensive with their offense was forced to punt a minute later. With 7 seconds left on the clock QO scores a field goal to take the lead 23-21. QO kicks off and CHS did a great attempt to make their way up the field with a run that included several hand offs and laterals. The official who was keeping the time in the booth did not stop the clock as he should have and the clock had to be reset several times in the 4th qtr. It looks like Churchill showed up to win, but came up just a bit short. Great Game for both. Stats: Churchill # 7 Curtis Kamara 14 carries with 110 yds, 1 touchdown, #5 Lansana Keita 8 of 12 completions for 68 passing yds, 32 rushing and 2 touchdowns, Defense recovered 2 fumbles and had four 3 and outs. Quince Orchard #6 Mark Green 28 carries and 186 yards and 2 touchdowns, #7 Billy Plante 10 of 15 completions for 97 passing yards and rushing touchdown. QO had 6 3 and outs. #9 D’Andre Johnson 62 punt return. #20 Chris McPherson Field Goal. Story by Jeffrey Vogt ***** Stats by Kyle Hall Photos taken by Jeffrey Vogt of the event can be viewed and purchased at
Watkins Mill showed up to win at UMBC, and they arrived with 9 bus loads of support to help. Including the varsity cheerleaders and the marching band. It appeared to be about 3/4’s of the stands were covered by Watkins MIll fans. Mt Hebron started the game strong and jumped on the score board 11 minutes into the game with a score from Will Rice. WM goalie Rolando Alba save his 1st of many saves 13 minutes into the event. WM came alive 16 minutes into the game with a score from Obed Agyei. This appeared to be the real turning point of the game and the fans roared to life. MTH goalie Drew Staedell saved his 1st goal 25 minutes into the game. WM Sergio Mosquera scored 28 minutes into the 1st half. 47 minutes into the game, WM’s Oscar Carcamo scored the 3rd and final score. The goalie for WM had a total of 9 saves & MTH goalie had 7 saves for the game. This is Jeff Heckerts 11th year as the head coach of Watkins Mill, and has an overall record of 91-66-4. This is Watkins Mills 1st State Title since year 2000 with a Baseball title. Coach Heckert stated “These guys didn’t seem fazed, and knew that there was a lot of time, and if we played our game the best team would win. We were the best team tonight.” Tonight is appears that Watkins Mill made the difference with their speed and skill. 1st Half stats: Mt Hebron scores 11 minutes mark. Watkins Mill saves 13 minute mark. WM scores 16 minute mark. MTH saves 18 minute mark. WM saves 25 minute mark. WM saves 27 minute mark. WM scores 28 minute mark. WM saves 32 minute mark. 2nd Half stats: WM saves 1 minute mark. MTH saves 4 minute mark. MTH saves 5 minute mark. WM scores 7 minute mark. WM saves 9 minute mark. MTH saves 14 minute mark. WM saves 17 minute mark. WM saves 17 minute mark. MTH saves 28 minute mark. WM saves 34 minute mark. MTH saves 37 minute mark. Story by Jeffrey Vogt ***** Stats by Kyle Hall Photos taken by Jeffrey Vogt of the event can be viewed and purchased at
We are in the process of changing our site design. Some of the coming changes are notated below. Change #1 From the prior format to the WordPress format which is more of a blog format. With the new format, it will flow better to cover games and have articles together. We are going to start covering more games and events, with several photographers and writers in the future. Change #2 Logo will change to a multi sport design and will feature several schools and sports. Change #3 The gallery will go from our own personalized shopping cart to a national company that will handle printing, packaging and mailing all in one. We are hoping that some of the changes will be easier for our viewers. Change #4 Each game or event attended, will have a couple of cover photos and a recap of the game including what happened and who did it with the final score. We also are looking for a few person’s that might be interested in writing about some of the games attended, this will be an unpaid position. If interested, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org