“It was a rainy night in Damascus Friday, but that did not dampen the spirits of the varsity football team and their fans. The Damascus team wins their 51st straight game outscoring rival Seneca Valley, 21-6.” Courtesy of myMCMedia
“MCM’s Friday Night Football Game of the Week for Oct. 19 features three-time defending state champions, Damascus, riding an amazing 49-game winning streak, hosting the Walter Johnson Wildcats. The final score is 9-42, Damascus. With this win, Damascus ties the Maryland state record of 50 consecutive wins, a mark set by Urbana from 1998-2001. Urbana won four straight state titles in that span.” Ret from myMCMedia
“Damascus beats Watkins Mill 28-14 for the school’s 49th straight win. The Maryland state record for most consecutive wins is 50 by Urbana from 1998-2001.” Courtesy of Youtube:
Maryland High School Football – Damascus smashes Magruder
September 21, 2018: Damascus, MD 20872
In their next game, the Hornets face the Poolesville Falcons (Poolesville, MD) in a Montgomery County 2A/3A bout, on Friday, September 28. Damascus will attempt to advance on its 4-0 season record. The Falcons enter the bout with a 2-2 record after their 42-6 league loss to Blake (Silver Spring, MD).
The Colonels (0-4) will now prepare for their bout against Northwood (Silver Spring, MD). The Gladiators enter the non-league bout with a 1-4 record. In their last bout, Northwood was overwhelmed by Bethesda-Chevy Chase (Bethesda, MD), 55-20, in a non-league bout.
Maryland High School Football – Damascus knocks off Blake
The Hornets now possess a 2-0 record. They play next when they travel to Sherwood for a non-league battle on Friday, September 7. Damascus will play a Warriors squad coming off a 31-12 non-league win over Magruder (Rockville, MD). The Warriors record now stands at 1-0.
Coming up next, the Bengals play the Springbrook Blue Devils (Silver Spring, MD) in a non-league battle, on Friday, September 7. Blake will attempt to advance on its 0-2 season record. The Blue Devils go into the battle with a 1-0 record after their 10-8 league win over Wheaton (Silver Spring, MD).
Maryland High School Football – Sherwood topped by Damascus
September 8, 2018: Sandy Spring, MD 20860
The Hornets (3-0) will now prepare for their challenge against Rockville (Rockville, MD). The Rams come into the Montgomery County 2A/3A challenge with a 1-1 record. In their last challenge, Rockville achieved victory over Bethesda-Chevy Chase (Bethesda, MD), 18-7, in a non-league challenge.
The Warriors now sport a 1-1 record. They take the field next when they host Einstein for a Montgomery County 4A – East challenge on Friday, September 14. Sherwood will meet a Titans team coming off a 14-0 non-league loss to Whitman (Bethesda, MD). The Titans record now stands at 1-1.
Maryland High School Football – Rockville crushed by Damascus
The Hornets (4-0) will now prepare for their game against Magruder (Rockville, MD). The Colonels come into the Montgomery County 2A/3A game with a 0-3 record. In their last game, Magruder was trounced by Blake (Silver Spring, MD), 32-0, in a league game.
The Rams now hold a 1-2 record. They take the field next when they travel to Wootton for a non-league game on Friday, September 21. Rockville will battle a Patriots team coming off a 22-12 league loss to Richard Montgomery (Rockville, MD). The Patriots record now stands at 0-3.
Damascus High School (DHS) is well-known regionally and nationally for its championship athletic teams, known as the Swarmin’ Hornets. Unlike most high schools in Montgomery County, Damascus benefits from a large, well-funded, well-equipped and well-managed youth athletic program, the Damascus Sports Association (DSA). DSA is responsible for developing young people into athletes of the highest level, including weekend travel teams. Consequently, by the time these athletes reach DHS, many of them have been teammates in baseball, softball, football, wrestling, soccer, ice hockey and lacrosse for years. The high school’s dozens of state championship banners attest to the effectiveness of the DSA feeder program.
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