Check out the rest of the article, "Kelly Named Centennial Special Teams Player of the Week" from Johns Hopkins football program by following the link below to their website.

Johns Hopkins sophomore Patrick Kelly has been named the Centennial Conference Co-Special Teams Player of the Week it was announced today. This is the first time in his career that Kelly has earned the award and he shared the honor with Moravian’s Jon Miller.

Kelly helped fuel Johns Hopkins’ 52-0 victory over Gettysburg on Friday night as he returned the opening kickoff of the second half 95 yards for a touchdown. The 95-yard return is tied for the longest in school history; Howard Caplan originally set the mark at 95 yards against Columbia in 1928 and that was matched by Harrison Bernstein against the Merchant Marine Academy in 1999. Among all plays, Kelly’s 95-yard kickoff return is tied for the fifth-longest in school history.

Rising senior Dylan Wilson (FS) will be honored by the Baltimore Touchdown Club on his selection to the annual Super 22 team. Players nominated have received All-State, All-League and/or All-Conference honors after their Junior Season. Additionally, academic performance was considered in the nomination process, along with performance on the athletic field.

Additionally, Offensive Coordinator Scott Esworthy will be be recognized as an Assistant Coach of the Year.

The BTC banquet has become a long-standing highlight of the Baltimore high school football community. Numerous players featured at this banquet have played for BCS schools and other fine institutions across the United States. Thirty-four Super 22 Alumnus has been to NFL camps and several are on NFL rosters.

Cavalier Summer Football Camp 2017The 2017 Cavalier Summer Football Camp will be held June 19th-23rd, for players entering grades 1-9. It's a great early-summer opportunity to get active, with players of all ages coming together to have fun and learn about the basics of football.

The Cavalier Football Camp is conducted by the SCHS football coaching staff, and we're assisted throughout the week by our current & former players. We'll be teaching football basics and position-specific skills, and having fun throughout the learning process!

Click here for a registration form and additional details on the dates, times and cost.

5th Annual Football 101 Clinic for WomenWe will be hosting our 5th Annual Football 101 For Women on Friday, August 11th from 5:30pm to 10:30pm. Enjoy a night out as you learn about the fundamentals of football from the South Carroll Cavalier football coaching staff. Ladies are encouraged to wear casual clothing for light field drills.

The program begins with some classroom training regarding football strategies followed by some drill work on our game field and the night finishes with a social at the Winfield fire hall.

  • Admission is $25 (includes light food/wine and a T-Shirt)
  • Participants registering after August 7th are not guaranteed a T-Shirt at the event
  • Proceeds help to support the SC Football Program summer activities
  • Must be 21 years or older to participate

Click here to download the registration form, and return it to Dawn Savage, 1615 Valley Dr. Westminster, MD 21157. Checks payable to Dawn Savage.

Jamar Williams named CCTimes Football Player of the Year
Megan Woodward - Carroll County Times

Check out the rest of Megan Woodward's article, "Football Player of the Year: South Carroll’s Williams used position to total advantage" from The Carroll County Times by following the link below to their website.

When Jamar Williams arrived at South Carroll as a sophomore, coach Steve Luette originally played him as a receiver.

It didn't take long for Luette to notice Williams' speed, and he was moved to running back full time by his senior year. The change ignited a flame under Williams, and the football field became his firepower.

"When we made the transition on offense and he started at running back, the team got behind him and got excited when he started running and racking up yardage," Luette said. "He leads by example and is pretty vocal on and off the field — he leads verbally as well as by his actions."

South Carroll honored another class of its finest athletes and coaches by inducting them into the SCHS Athletics Hall of Fame, among them former football and basketball standout Mike Landry.

A 2013 inductee into the Carroll County Sports Hall of Fame, Mike graduated in 1989 with a wide variety of accolades and accomplishments spanning his career at South Carroll. His senior season football team won the Central Maryland Conference championship, and in basketball they lost after advancing all the way to the state finals. In football, Mike was selected as a first-team All-County quarterback and linebacker, and was named both the offensive and defensive player of the year.

Mike went on to attend the University of South Carolina, playing four years as a linebacker for the Gamecocks.

On hand (and pictured) at tonight's event along with Mike were current Defensive Coordinator Mike Kraus, along with former Head Coaches Gene Brown & Ken Parker (Mike's football coach while at SC) and current Head Coach Steve Luette.

Also deserving of recognition at being inducted into this year's class is Todd Ashley (track & field), Kim Forman (hockey, basketball, track & field), Sandy Jankevicius (volleyball, basketball, tennis), and Coach Bill Stricker (soccer & baseball). Congratulations to all of tonight's inductees!

The South Carroll High School Athletic Boosters would like to extend an offer to local businesses to reserve their place in the Cavaliers stadium by purchasing a banner to be displayed all year long.  The banners will be offered in three sizes; 2’ (H) x 3’ (W) for $250.00, 3’ (H) x 5’ (W) for $500, or 5’ (H) x 8’ (W) for $1,000.00. All banners will be displayed during every home event until the end of the year.  Each banner will be white with school color lettering and will have the Cavalier mascot posted on the corner. 

We need your help in soliciting local businesses to sponsor our athletic programs.  Please pass this information on to any business in the area that you work with and help us get them on board to help raise funds to support our athletes.

If you are interested in reserving your space, please fill out the attached form.  Please fax to 410-549-5083 or mail to:  South Carroll High School Athletic Boosters – 1300 W. Liberty Road, Sykesville , MD 21784.