2011 Season Archives
Dylan Clay and Austin Lee win All-Area top honors
CUMBERLAND, MD - Fort Hill back Dylan Clay takes Times-News Area Offensive Player of The Year Award, Mountain Ridge safety Jarrod Harper shares Defensive Player of The Year Award with Sentinel linebacker Austin Lee.
Garrett Clay runs away with Area Player of The Year Award
CUMBERLAND, MD - Fort Hill senior finished with 1,931 rushings yards, 30 TDs, all area bests, as he led Sentinels to 12-1 record.
Perryville wins battle of unbeatens, 20-14
CUMBERLAND, MD - Unbeaten Perryville overcame five turnovers, stopped the vaunted Fort Hill ground attack to knock off the Sentinels, 20-14 in overtime, in a Class 1A state semifinal game.
Best in the West: Sentinels beat pesky Boonsboro 26-7
CUMBERLAND, MD - Garrett Clay was unstoppable, the offense scored four unanswered touchdowns, and the defense refused to take a back seat to anyone in a 26-7 victory over Boonsboro for the Class 1A West Region championship.
FH passes Brunswick test
CUMBERLAND, MD - Dylan Clay did just about everything, the defense passed another test and the Fort Hill Sentinels moved a step closer to their ultimate goal with a 49-27 victory over Brunswick in their Class 1A West Region semifinal.
- Football (Homecoming)
Clays run by Campers
CUMBERLAND, MD - Garrett Clay and Dylan Clay were at it again, terrorizing an Allegany defense for the second year in a row, running every which way to the end zone playing a combined five positions.
- Football (Homecoming)
FH overpowers Allegany 50-7 to set Homecoming record
CUMBERLAND, MD - The Fort Hill Sentinels beat Allegany in a Homecoming landslide, 50-7.
Fort Hill runs over Mountain Ridge
FROSTBURG, MD - Garrett Clay rushed for 289 yards and four touchdowns on 15 carries and the undefeated and top-ranked Fort Hill Sentinels unloaded on the previously undefeated and second-ranked Mountain Ridge Miners in most every facet to come out of snowy Frostburg with a 41-0 victory.
FH cruises over Carrick, 51-8
CUMBERLAND, MD - Unbeaten and top-ranked Fort Hill made short work of Pittsburgh’s Carrick Raiders, scoring 30 first-quarter points on its way to a 51-8 victory.
Sentinels sizzle in 62-6 win over Southern
CUMBERLAND, MD - Top-ranked and undefeated Fort Hill gained first downs on half of their offensive plays, 15 to 30, piling up 424 yards in overwhelming Southern, 62-6, Friday night at Greenway Avenue Stadium.
FH routs MATHS
CUMBERLAND, MD - The undefeated Fort Hill Sentinels won their sixth game in a row with a 54-0 victory over the Maryland Academy of Technology and Health Sciences (MATHS) of Baltimore Saturday night at Greenway Avenue Stadium.
Fort Hill blanks Ligonier Valley
LIGONIER, PA - Playing on grass for the first time this season, the Sentinels (5-0) struggled at times to hold onto the football but eventually found a way to run away from the host Rams.
Sentinels stifle Taylor Allderdice
PITTSBURGH, PA - Fort Hill jumped quickly to a two-touchdown lead, then fought off the Taylor Allderdice Dragons through a physical first half, before turing the tables defensively in the second half to leave George Cupples Stadium with a 27-9 win.
Fort Hill runs wild in 50-13 win over Perry Traditional
CUMBERLAND, MD - The Sentinels ran right. They ran left. They ran up the middle. They did as they pleased behind outstanding line play from start to finish in a 50-13 drubbing of the defending and 16-time Pittsburgh City champion Commodores.
Sentinels shut out Keyser
CUMBERLAND, MD - The Fort Hill backs used their tremendous speed to turn what coach Todd Appel described as “simple plays” into big ones and the defense spun another shutout as the Sentinels ran over Keyser, 42-0.
Fort Hill cuts down Silver Oak
CUMBERLAND, MD - The Fort Hill offense got to show off its vast array of weapons and the offense was able to slow down the Silver Oak Academy speed in opening the season with a 43-0 rout as the Sentinels ran over the Rams on a humid Friday night at Greenway Avenue Stadium.
Queen City Quad great way to start the season
CUMBERLAND, MD - Not only did Todd Helmick, Queen City Quad founder, devise a great charity fundraiser - he's brought some seriously talented football teams to Greenway.
Queen City Quad Saturday at Greenway
CUMBERLAND, MD - Fort Hill, Dunbar, Red Lion and T.C. Williams take part in annual charity scrimmage.
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