Calvert Hall Varsity Football Schedule 2021

DateOpponentTime
Aug 27at John Carroll School7 pm
Sep 2Avalon7 pm
Sep 11McDonogh School1 pm
Sep 24Northeast7 pm
Oct 1at Archbishop Spalding High School7 pm
Oct 8at St. Mary’s High School7 pm
Oct 15Gilman School7 pm
Oct 23at Mt. St. Joseph High School2 pm
Nov 5St. Vincent Pallotti H.S.4 pm
Nov 13Semi-Finals Calvert Hall at Mt St Joe12 pm
Nov 20Championship Calvert Hall at McDonogh 12 pm
Nov 25Loyola Blakefield TBDTurkey Bowl 10am

2021 SEASON RESULTS

9 wins –  2 Losses – 1 Canceled
1 Calvert Hall College 34 at John Carroll School 14
2 Game canceled by Avalon School Avalon School
3 Calvert Hall College 24 McDonogh School 7
4 Calvert Hall College 42 Riverdale Baptist 0
5 Calvert Hall College 49 Northeast 0
6 Archbishop Spalding 37 Calvert Hall 14
7 Calvert Hall College 49 St. Mary’s 28
8 Calvert Hall College 28 Gilman 24
9 Mount St. Joe 24 Calvert Hall 14
10 Calvert Hall College 14 St Vincent Pallotti H.S. 7
11 Calvert Hall College 31 Mount St. Joe 26
12 Calvert Hall College 14 McDonogh School 8

Calvert Hall Roster 2021

Coach: Joshua Ward

#NamePositionYearHeightWeightMiddle SchoolRec Club
1Tim DownsWR/DBSR5-11152Sudbrook M.S.Pikesville Wildcats
2KP PriceDBJR6-2173Patapsco M.S.Hamilton Tigers
3Rahkeem SmithWRSR5-9159Kipp AcademySecret Society Panthers
4Noah BrannockQBJR6-0187St. MargaretHamilton Tigers
5DJ RinggoldWRJR5-10144Parkville M.S.Perry Hall Gators
6Hunter BowenDBJR6-0175Mount Airy ChristianWestminster Wildcats
7Dawon DorseyRBJR5-7168Southwest AcademyRandallstown Panthers
8Caiden NewsomeWR/DBSO5-11160St. Pius XHamilton Tigers
9Ricardo CooperWR/DBJR5-9148Perry Hall M.S.Perry Hall Gators
10Joshua BriceCBSR5-10170Mount Wash. School
11Daniel OwensTE/DESR6-3245Calvert SchoolTowson Spartans
12Matt ConroyLBSR6-0200Bel Air M.S.Bel Air Terps
13Joe CampbellTESR6-2203St. UrsulaPerry Hall Gators
14Donovan LewisWRJR5-8158West M.S.Westminster Wildcats
15Oliver Redd, Jr.WR/DBSO5-7150Franklin M.S.Hamilton Tigers
16Sam WilliamsWRJR5-11146Parkville M.S.Hamilton Tigers
17Gabe LevroneWRFR5-10157Bethel Christian AcademyHoward County Terps
18Dane GrunderQBSO6-0162Immaculate ConceptionLTRC Blue Knights
19Aiden O’ConnellWR/DBSO6-2156Hallie Wells M.S.Damascus Sports Assoc.
20Antwan MoranteDBJR5-10186Windsor Mill M.S.Maryland Terps
21Jordan JacksonDBJR5-8159Mount Carmel M.S.Hamilton Tigers
22Nigel HendersonCBSR5-11163Annapolis Area ChristianMoHoCo Lions
23Corey BroomeDLJR5-10176Franklin M.S.TSA Blitz
24Quinn GardinerLBJR5-9179Dumbarton M.S.Towson Spartans
25Duncan KammarRB/LBJR5-10188Ridgely M.S.LTRC Blue Knights
26Andrew PetrinoK/PSR6-2157St. Margaret
27Darius SmithDBSO5-8172Southwest AcademyHoward County Terps
28Daniel Harper, Jr.RBJR5-8178Immacul. Heart of MaryMaryland Heat
29Connor AndersonRBJR5-8141Pikesville M.S.Westminster Wildcats
30Dylan MannaK/PJR5-10162Immacul. Heart of Mary
31Peyton StrzegowskiFSJR6-0170Our Lady of Hope/St. LukeFallston Cougars
32Michael BrowerRBSR5-10172Dundalk M.S.Stembridge Colts
33Brady GueTESR6-1208Immacul. Heart of MaryPerry Hall Gators
34Jake StewartRB/LBSO5-11181St. John’s HydesFallston Cougars
35Byron BaldwinDBFR5-11155Edgewood M.S.Middle River Renegades
36Alex SwartzRB/DBSO5-8160St. StephenFallston Cougars
40Jordan WilliamsWR/DBFR6-1175Ridgely M.S.Hamilton Tigers
41Jack TanLBSR6-0175The Odyssey SchoolTowson Spartans
42Luke BakerDLSR6-3204Dumbarton M.S.Towson Spartans
44Dylan AguileraLBSR5-10188Elkridge Landing M.S.Elkridge Hurricanes
45Ryan BotekLBJR5-11178Mount View M.S.Ellicott City Patriots
46Ryan ParkerLSSR6-0192Immaculate Conception
50Emilie DoreDLFR6-0215Middle River M.S.Middle River Renegades
52LaQuan UpshurOL/DLFR5-10261Marley M.S.Laurel Stallions
54Patrick O’KeefeOL/DLJR6-3209Fallston M.S.Hamilton Tigers
55Josh ThomasDLJR6-1237Patapsco M.S.West Howard Warhawks
57Matt MaxaOL/DLJR6-3201St. John HydesFallston Cougars
60Jake TrippOLSR6-4320St. John HydesHamilton Tigers
64Maxwell OhamuoOL/DLFR5-11275Sudbrook M.S.Pikesville Wildcats
65Michael NwosuOLSR6-2276Perry Hall M.S.Perry Hall Gators
68Gavin KingDLJR6-1201Southampton M.S.Bel Air Terps
72Michael McQuaidOLJR6-3267Stemmers Run M.S.Stembridge Colts
74Shawn JordanOL/DLSO5-11255St. Joseph FullertonHamilton Tigers
75Charles BrocatoOL/DLSR5-10206St. John WestminsterNorth Carroll Titans
76Brad HuberOLJR6-4224St. Margaret
77Ronald AndersonOL/DLJR6-4245Cardinal ShehanHamilton Tigers
78Bayne MullinOLJR6-2265Caravel AcademyBohemia Manor
79Matt HartOL/DLSO6-6270Southampton M.S.Bel Air Terps
80Will RobertsonTEJR5-11187Ridgely M.S.LTRC Blue Knights
81Kaden BarmerWR/DBFR5-10160Edgewood M.S.Edgewood Rams
84Michael BellWRSO5-7145Cardinal ShehanHamilton Tigers
85Joey GrantTEJR6-0182Saint James Academy
88Keaton EyringTE/DEJR6-5194Pine Grove M.S.LTRC Blue Knights
94Preston ReillyOL/DLSR6-4205Gerstell AcademyCentral MD Crusaders
99Zyir DanielDLJR6-2211Perry Hall M.S.

September 2, 2021 – Game 2, Calvert Hall vs Avalon:

The scheduled game for Thursday, September 2, 2021 has been cancelled by the opponent, Avalon School.


August 27, 2021 – Game 1, Calvert Hall vs John Carroll:

After the 90-minute kickoff delay due to weather, the Calvert Hall College Cardinals win 34 to 14 over the John Carroll School Patriots. The game took place at John Carroll School in Churchville, MD.

2021 Season Summary

 

Turkey Bowl Game Preview

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MIAA CHAMPIONS – November 20, 2021
Calvert Hall 14     McDonogh 8

In incredibly dramatic fashion, Calvert Hall’s improbable run to the MIAA Title culminated with a last second 4th down red zone defensive stop, as the Cardinals held on for a 14-8 victory, and the program’s first MIAA “A” Championship since 2010.

The Cards jumped out on top with two 2nd quarter touchdowns, and held a 14-0 halftime lead.  The Cardinals’ defense forced four McDonogh turnovers and three times stopped the Eagles on 4th down.  

Congratulations to head coach Josh Ward ’04, his coaching staff, and the talented and hard-working players on capturing the 2021 Championship.  The Cardinals, #2 in the metro area, are now 9-2 on the season.

https://miaasports.net/the-hall-rises/

https://www.baltimoresun.com/sports/high-school/bs-sp-va-calvert-hall-mcdonogh-miaa-football-final-20211120-lwoq5wczargh3bulwviaw7k3ky-story.html

There is still one more game remaining . . . the 101st Turkey Bowl.  The Cardinals face the Dons on Thanksgiving morning at Towson University’s Unitas Stadium.  Loyola comes into the game limping, having lost 14-5 to Concordia Prep in last night’s MIAA “B” Conference title game.


game day preview

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GAME RECAP: November 13, 2021:
MIAA Semifinals
Calvert Hall 31     Mount St. Joe 26

The Cardinals stormed back from deficits of 13-0, 19-7 and 26-22 to defeat Mount Saint Joseph in the MIAA Semifinals on Saturday afternoon to advance to the MIAA Championship.  The Cardinals are now just one game away from the program’s first MIAA Title since 2010. 

The Cardinals moved to 8-2 on the season, by knocking off the No. 2-seeded Gaels.  Just three weeks ago in their regular season clash, the Cards fell down 21-0 to MSJ in the 2nd Quarter and lost 24-14, in a game riddled with three Cardinals turnovers.

On Saturday, the visiting Cardinals played a complete team game with two touchdowns through the air, a touchdown on the ground, a kickoff return TD to start the 2nd Half, a successful 2-point conversion, a field goal and two successful PAT’s, and a defensive shutout for the final 23 minutes of the game.

Calvert Hall now advances to the MIAA Championship against No. 4-seeded McDonogh, who upset No. 1 seed and previously undefeated Archbishop Spalding 7-0 on Friday night. The MIAA Championship Game will be held at Arch. Spalding and kicks off at Noon this Saturday 11/20.  In the conference opener in early September, the Cardinals dominated McDonogh in a 24-7 victory.

https://miaasports.net/red-and-gold-redemption/



GAME RECAP: October 23, 2021:
Mount St. Joe 24     Calvert Hall 14


The Cardinals suffered a tough 24-14 loss to their long-time rivals from Mount Saint Joseph this past Saturday in Irvington.  With their win, the Gaels clinched a top-two seed in the upcoming MIAA Playoffs.  As a result of losses suffered this past weekend by Gilman and Pallotti, Calvert Hall (6-2, 2-2 MIAA) has now locked up a spot in the Playoffs.  CHC will be the #3 seed and will travel to either Arch. Spalding or Mount St. Joe in the Semifinal round.

The Cardinals host Royal Imperial of Canada this Friday night at 7:00 pm and the final home game will be on Friday, Nov. 5th at 4:00 pm.  The MIAA Semifinals will be held the weekend of Nov. 12/13.

https://miaasports.net/gaels-overcome-mistakes-no-4-calvert-hall/

https://www.baltimoresun.com/sports/high-school/bs-sp-va-calvert-hall-mount-saint-joseph-football-1023-20211023-d2ozawwh5bevfbbmpqbikgz4xy-story.html


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GAME RECAP: October 16, 2021:
Calvert Hall 28     Gilman 24

In a game as crazy as the Ravens primetime victories this season, Calvert Hall defeated Gilman 28-24 at home on Saturday afternoon. The Cardinals were down 11-0 early in the 2nd Quarter (on a Gilman TD and two safeties), when they got on the board with a touchdown and a successful two-point conversion to trim Gilman’s lead to 11-8. However, with only 0:35 remaining in the 1st Half, Gilman scored again and took an 18-8 lead to Halftime. Gilman extended its lead to 24-8 early in the 3rd Quarter on a pick-six for the Greyhounds defense.

Then the CHC comeback began.  Midway through the 3rd Quarter, the Cardinals scored, to make it 24-15. A Cardinals drive deep into Gilman territory late in the quarter was stopped, and the score remained 24-15 heading into the final period. Early in the 4th Quarter, the Cardinals special teams blocked a Gilman punt for the second time in the game. The first blocked punt, back in the 1st Quarter, was ruled a roughing the punter penalty against the Cards. This time, however, the officials kept their flags in their pockets, and with the successful block, the Cardinals had great field possession to start their drive. The Cards quickly marched down the field, and on a 3rd & Goal from the 12-yard line, CHC ran it in, to make it a one-score game, 24-22 with 8:09 left.

On the next possession, Gilman attempted to burn the clock and get on the scoreboard once again to secure a Greyhounds win. But, the Cardinals defense kept Gilman from getting in the end zone and a Gilman field goal near the 4-minute mark missed wide left. Needing a field goal to win the game, Calvert Hall’s offense was thinking bigger. With a mix of runs and big pass plays, the Cardinals moved the ball down the field more than 80 yards in under two minutes, and scored the go-ahead TD with 1:58 remaining. CHC took the lead for the first time in the game, 28-24.  The coaches asked for one more stand, and the Cardinals’ defense delivered. On 4th Down near midfield, CHC’s defense held the Greyhounds, to secure the crucial and exciting “A” Conference win.

The win moves Calvert Hall to 6-1 overall and 2-1 in the MIAA “A” Conference, where the Cards sit with sole possession of 3rd place. The Cardinals travel to Irvington on Saturday afternoon for a huge clash with No. 3 Mount Saint Joseph (5-2, 3-0 MIAA “A”).


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GAME RECAP: 10/08/2021 –
Calvert Hall 14  .  St. Mary’s 28

Coming off its first loss of the season the week prior, the No. 4 ranked Cardinals bounced back with a big 49-28 victory on the road Friday night at No. 15 St. Mary’s Annapolis.  CHC took a 28-7 lead at the half, and then built a 42-14 lead early in the fourth quarter.  The Cards are now 5-1.  In the MIAA “A” Conference, CHC is 1-1 and in 3rd place.  Calvert Hall returns to “A” Conference play this Saturday with a Noon kickoff at home against the Gilman Greyhounds.
https://miaasports.net/early-turnovers-give-no-4-calvert-hall-the-edge-at-st-marys/


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GAME RECAP: 10/01/2021 –
Arch. Spalding 37  .  Calvert Hall 14

No. 3 ranked Calvert Hall fell from the ranks of the unbeaten on Friday night with a tough 37-14 loss to MIAA rival Archbishop Spalding.  The Cardinals are now 4-1.  In MIAA play, CHC is 1-1, in 3rd place, and remains in position for a spot in the “A” Conference playoffs.

With the run game contained most of the night, Cardinals QB Noah Brannock took to the air with 246 yards and a pair of touchdowns to Donovan Lewis and Rahkeem Smith.  The Cardinals return to Anne Arundel County this coming Friday evening with an out-of-conference contest at St. Mary’s Annapolis.  Calvert Hall is back to “A” Conference action on Saturday 10/16 with a noon kickoff at home against Gilman.
https://miaasports.net/winning/


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JOSH WARD – NAMED RAVENS HIGH SCHOOL COACH OF THE WEEK

Sept 16 by Baltimore Ravens

Press Release: Ravens RISE High School Football Showdown & High School Coach of the Week

Josh Ward, varsity head football coach of the Calvert Hall College High School Cardinals (Towson, Md.), has been named the Ravens High School Coach of the Week. Now in its 25th year of existence, Ward is the second recipient of the award in 2021.

Last Saturday (9/11), Calvert Hall (2-0) opened its Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association league schedule with a 24-7 victory over the McDonogh Eagles (Owings Mills, Md.). The Hall established a 14-0 halftime advantage behind two scores from junior QB Noah Brannock – a 24-yard touchdown pass in the first quarter to fellow junior WR Donnie Lewis and a second-period 5-yard rushing score. But, McDonogh cut the lead in half midway through the third quarter.

Following another Brannock touchdown toss, a 15-yard throw to senior WR Rahkeem Smith, the Cardinals took a lead they would not relinquish. Senior K Andrew Petrino secured the victory with a 38-yard field goal in the final frame.

“All week leading up to the game, we told our linemen it was going to be a physical matchup for them,” Ward stated. “McDonogh has unbelievable offensive and defensive lines, but our guys played just how we asked and were fantastic on both sides.”

Following a shortened two-game season in 2020, Ward is in his second season as the head coach of his alma mater.

“It was crazy to start this job in a pandemic year, but the outpouring of support from students, alums and faculty was amazing,” Ward added.

Calvert Hall hosts Riverdale Baptist (Upper Marlboro, Md.) this Thursday (9/16) at 7 p.m. The Cardinals’ last meeting with the Prince George’s County school came in 2019 when Calvert Hall handedly defeated Riverdale Baptist, 40-0.

Throughout this season, the Ravens will honor READ MORE . . . . .


September 11, 2021 – Baltimore Sun high school Athletes of the Week (Sept. 6-11): Calvert Hall’s Noah Brannock and Glenelg’s Mackenzie Calhoun

By GLENN GRAHAM, BALTIMORE SUN | SEP 14, 2021 AT 6:00 AM

Each week, The Baltimore Sun will recognize one high school boy and girl for their athletic achievements.

Boy Athlete of the Week: Noah Brannock, Calvert Hall, football

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September 11, 2021 – Behind QB Noah Brannock and WR Donnie Lewis, Calvert Hall football rolls to 24-7win over McDonogh (Baltimore Sun)

 


September 11, 2021 – link coming soon


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The scheduled game for Thursday, September 2, 2021, has been cancelled by the opponent, Avalon School.


AUGUST 28, 2021, FINALLY: Calvert Hall pulls away from John Carroll in MIAA football return; Harper and Brannock account for 4 TDs, click here to read the full VSN article posted by Derek Toney (VSN)


Calvert Hall Football Gameday Preview 2021-08-27

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