Posts tagged ‘Washington Catholic Athletic Conference’

November 18, 2012

Football: Good Counsel Takes Fourth Straight WCAC Title

Senior quarterback Brendan Marshall and receiver Kendall Fuller connected for three touchdowns and Dorian O’Daniel rushed for 144 yards to lead the Our Lady of Good Counsel High School football team to a 26-14 win over DeMatha in the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference Championship Game at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis on Sunday.

The win marked the fourth consecutive year that the Falcons have won the WCAC title. They beat Gonzaga, 42-0, in last year’s championship game.

Marshall, a University of Virginia recruit, made the start after being listed as questionable during the week due to a knee injury suffered in Good Counsel’s semifinal win against St. John’s.

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February 10, 2012

Good Counsel’s Diggs Chooses Maryland

by Eric Meany

The University of Maryland football program got its first win of 2012 seven months earlier than expected Friday night as Our Lady of Good Counsel wide receiver Stefon Diggs announced his decision to play for the Terps in the fall.

“I feel good about my decision, I feel 100 percent sure,”  Diggs said before donning a Maryland cap in front of an enthusiastic overflow crowd at Looney’s Pub in College Park, where he made the announcement. “I want to win championships, I want to win bowl games, and where’s a better place to do it than your city.”

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