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High School NotesJamie DeMoney,
© December 2000
Late-season top performances
Quarterback Mike Pfisterer of North County (Glen Burnie) became the all-time passing leader in Maryland on Nov. 3. Pfisterer threw for 256 yards and two touchdowns in a 39-26 loss to Annapolis, and finished his career with 6,351 yards and a state-record-tying 67 touchdowns.
Hawaiian powerhouse St. Louis (Honolulu) exploded for 77 first-half points in an 84-0 rout of Damien on Oct. 28. The Crusaders scored 42 in the first quarter alone, which tied a team record. At press time, St. Louis was on track to win its 15th consecutive state championship.
Connellsville running back Marcus Furman set a new Pennsylvania state record by rushing for 455 yards on 28 carries in a 38-26 victory over Hempfield on Oct. 28. Furman scored on touchdown runs of 81, 89, 34, 63 and 28 yards. With ov....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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