Philadelphia High School Football

A Look at the Germantown-King
Thanksgiving Series (and Overall) . . .

  Germantown High, which closed in June 2013, played Martin Luther King, also located in
Germantown, 36 times on Thanksgiving from 1976 through 2012. (The 1989 game was
called off due to heavy snow and was not rescheduled.) Germantown won the Thanksgiving
series, 24-10-2, and the overall series, 25-14-2.
  This page includes results, stories, special lists and boxscores for all 36 games on
Thanksgiving and the other five (very bottom of page). 

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The senior members of Germantown's final team in 2012.
Front, L to R -- Brandon Thornton, Tyron Blackwell, Kevin Norris, Raheem Henry (sitting),
Aaron Adams, Karon Hill, Andre Elliott, Mykita Murphy.
Back, L to R -- Avion Plummer, Antwain Kitt, Chris Rone, captains Donavin Winckler
and Darnell Baldwin, Gregory Miller, Darius Hinton. 


Germantown coach Mike Hawkins
went 11-3 in Thanksgiving meetings
vs. Martin Luther King.

GTN-KING THANKSGIVING SERIES
Year Winner Gtn King
1976 Germantown 8 6
1977 Germantown 25 0
1978 Germantown 21 12
1979 King 25 27
1980 King 21 25
1981   Tie 0 0
1982 Germantown 14 6
1983 King 0 24
1984 King 0 28
1985   Tie 6 6
1986 Germantown 8 6
1987 King 0 34
1988 King 0 14
1989   No game (snow)    
1990 Germantown 26 12
1991 King 8 33
1992 Germantown 28 0
1993 Germantown 20 12
1994 Germantown 18 12
1995 Germantown 20 14
1996 Germantown 14 6
1997 Germantown 29 12
1998 Germantown 18 6
1999 Germantown 54 0
2000 Germantown 22 18
2001 Germantown 12 7
2002 Germantown 24 10
2003 Germantown 25 14
2004 King 6 22
2005 Germantown 22 16
2006 King 12 21
2007 Germantown 34 19
2008 Germantown 20 0
2009 Germantown 36 0
2010 King  (1 OT) 14 15
2011 Germantown 43 0
2012 Germantown 48 0
  Total Points 681 437
  Average 18.9 12.1
  Wins 24 10
  Ties 2 2

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TOP 10 TG PERFORMANCES, 1976-2012
RUSHING TEAM YEAR YARDS
Aaron Boyd Gtn 2011 210
Brent West Gtn 2007 206
J.T. King Gtn 2001 199
Rashad Razzaaq Gtn 1997 190
Marcus Walton Gtn 2003 159
Kendell Coleman King 2006 154
Lionel Darty King 1982 151
Taurean Filmore Gtn 2002 147
Moses Brown Gtn 1986 141
Atiba Kenyatta Gtn 2000 136
PASSING TEAM YEAR YARDS
Ramadan Abdullah Gtn 2009 290
Ken Coffin Gtn 1979 271
Rob Lewis Gtn 1980 194
Ramadan Abdullah Gtn 2008 185
Rob Lewis Gtn 1981 163
Ronald Wilson King 1979 159
Airrion Keenheel Gtn 1990 139
Andre Fisher Gtn 2005 135
Darian McFadden Gtn 1988 133
Robert Akens Gtn 1995 127
RECEIVING TEAM YEAR YARDS
Wendell Thomas Gtn 1979 171
Dominique Twiggs Gtn 2009 133
Erik Frazier Gtn 2005 119
Darnell Muse Gtn 1981 108
Wendell Thomas Gtn 1978 104
Victor Moore King 1979 101
Ed Butler Gtn 1999 89
Jeffrey Best Gtn 2008 82
Danny Smith King 2003 78
Brent Johnstone Gtn 1992 72

Germantown-King
Thanksgiving Rivalry

This story was written in 1998. Germantown's
hero was a second-generation Bears star . . .

By Ted Silary
  They gained some measure of fame while playing for Germantown High's football team during the 1977 season because they both were named Greg Smith and they both served as running backs.
  Since one grew up in Philly and the other was originally from California, the dual Greg Smiths became commonly known as "East Coast" and "West Coast."
  This football season, the name Greg Smith was back in the offensive spotlight at G-town, but the position was quarterback.
  This Greg Smith is East Coast 's son, only dad was not on hand yesterday to see son score twice in an 18-6 win over Martin Luther King.
  He died of heart failure last Jan. 17.
  "I saw him the day before it happened,'' Smith said. "He came to our door to drop off money for me and my sister, Christina. He said he'd be seeing us soon. I got the call the next night at work.
  "He'd been separated from my mom [Pamela] for a couple years, but he was still a big part of my life. I really wish he could have seen me play in this game. From the time I woke up this morning, I was thinking about him, especially since this was so close to his birthday [Nov. 24]."
  Greg Sr. was the person who got Greg Jr. involved in football.
  "He made me get started with football when he took me to tryouts for the West Oak Lane Wildcats,'' Smith said. "I was a running back then, and he'd talk to me about how important it was to hit the hole hard and never show any fear. He never coached me, but he was always around, making sure I could feel his support.
  "At the field, he was always pretty serious. He was a joker away from it. He had some good one-liners.''
  As Germantown raised its edge in the series to 13-8-2 on Thanksgiving and 14-11-2 overall, Smith scored his touchdowns on runs of 1 and 7 yards and completed a 44-yard pass to Tawfiq Ramsey (12 carries, 50 yards) to set up a clinching, 1-yard scoring run by Elliott Williams (16-130).
  Leading the defense was lineman Mark Horton, who mixed three tackles for losses among nine overall.
  Smith's completion to Ramsey was his only one in four attempts. In his final four games, in fact, he passed just 4-for-12 for 75 yards.
  He's not incompetent. Just hurtin'.
  In G-town's first five games, Smith passed 19-for-42 for 315 yards and then hurt his arm. In time, the pain migrated into his rotator cuff.
  "In two games,'' coach Charlie Hicks said, "Greg was out there only to hand the ball off. When we wanted to pass, we had to put in somebody else. That was a rough way to play football, but we wanted him running our offense. That was how much he meant to us.''
  Since Greg Smith is not exactly the most uncommon name in the world, G-town's coaches at first were not aware of Smith's relationship to East Coast .
  "But they saw him one time at a practice and it was like, "You're East Coast's son?!' Smith said. "Coach Hicks and coach Hawkins [Michael; both were assistants during East Coast 's career] said my dad was one of the greatest players they had. That made me feel good. Coach Hicks is trying to come up with some game films from when my dad played. That would be great, if he can.''
  In 1977, West Coast was a senior and East Coast was a junior.
The next year, Kevin Fenning emerged as G-town's leading rusher while East Coast , despite recurring hamstring woes, made varied contributions as a runner, receiver and returner.
  Young Greg never played quarterback before last season.
  "I was really nervous about making the change,'' he said. ``In my days at running back, I'd never thrown a pass. I had to work hard, real hard, on getting the position down. I like QB now. It's a take-charge position.''
  Against Gratz this season, Smith passed 4-for-5 for 102 yards and a TD before taking a shot on his tricep muscle.
  "In practice that next week,'' he said, ``I was just working on short passes when I decided to go for a long ball. I felt a lot of pain in my rotator cuff. I've been taking it easy on passing, pretty much, since then.''
  Smith, who wants to major in computer science or engineering, has applied to Delaware State and is hoping he'll receive some feelers for football.
  Also, he's trying to find out why his nickname happens to be "Worm.''
  "Mr. Hawkins has been calling me that,'' Smith said, laughing. ``I have no idea where it came from.''

COACHES Years W L T
GERMANTOWN        
Ben Johnston 1976-79 3 1 0
Don Koster 1980-81 0 1 1
Charlie Hicks 1982-98 10 5 1
M.W. Hawkins 1999-12 11 3 0
  Totals   24 10 2
  (No TG game in 1989)        
M.L. KING        
Bob Ferber 1976-92 7 7 2
Dave Sanderson 1993-97 0 5 0
Kevin Reilly 1998-99 0 2 0
Damon Warren 2000-01 0 2 0
Mike Stanley 2002-04 1 2 0
John Sheroda 2005-12 2 6 0
  Totals   10 24 2

   This story was written in 1979 after King prevailed on a last-second field goal . . .

By Ted Silary
  First, let us tell you that Martin Luther King High shocked Germantown, 27-25, thus gaining its first victory in the
four-year series that is rapidly becoming a staple in the Northwest part of the city to rival the S bus, or the L bus,
or a shopping trip to E.J. Korvette's.
  Now, for the hard part, we're gonna ask you to guess the ultimate hero and nix all thoughts that it might have been
Victor Moore, who scored three touchdowns, rushed for 126 yards on 15 carries and caught three passes for 101.
  Listen, unless you were there, you might as well give up.
  The name is Tony Singleton, best known till yesterday as merely "kick failed." But with no time on the clock and
the Cougars down by one, the man who'd booted only four of 14 extra points for the season -- flubbing his last eight
of nine -- calmly pounded a 31-yard field goal through the uprights.
  Remember, that's 11 yards farther than the normal extra point.
  "The first thing that went through my head was, 'I GOT to make it,' " Singleton said. " I was really doubtful when
I still had my head down. When I looked up, I said, 'That's it. ' I could not believe it myself. I'd never kicked a field
goal before.
  "I had a feeling the whole season that there'd be a game for me to win for our team. In fact, I'd dream about it. I'd
wake up and say, 'I wonder when Ferber's gonna let me win a game with a field goal.' This week it went through
my mind - 'If it's gonna happen, Germantown's gonna be the game. The last game. '"
  While the teams traded touchdowns to set up Singleton's kick, Coach Bob Ferber not once went for one. If he had
realized that Tony was 4-for-14 on PATs, maybe he would not have gone for the field goal , either.
  The last minute was unbelievably hectic. Germantown 's Ken Coffin, playing with a broken left thumb, completed
his final three passes: to Wendell Thomas for 19 yards, to George Phillips for 12, to John Sutton for seven and a
score. Only 44 seconds remained, Coffin had improved his stats to 12-for-20 for 271 yards with Thomas snatching
seven for 171 and, as you can imagine, the G-town sideline was nearly ablaze.
  King's answer started as John Jackson returned the kickoff 16 yards to the 30. In order, Ronald Wilson (7-for-12,
159) passed 13 yards to Moore, tossed a pair of incompletions, ran left for 17 and passed right to Gregory Jay for
25, which placed the ball on the Bears' 15 with the clock stopped at 0:01.
  "THE FACT IS," said Ferber, "Tony hadn't been kicking the ball too well in the past few games. Against
Roxborough, he missed one extra point and barely kicked one over. The first field goal in King history wins the
game. Holy mackerel!
  "There is no better feeling in the world than to beat Germantown - nobody we'd rather beat. A lot of teams would
have quit to go down with 44 seconds to go. I can tell you one thing: we don't have all the most talented players that
are in our school, but we do have the ones with class and character.
  "This is the best win I have ever had. This game's being built into one of the best rivalries that there is in the city.
We go over there for rallies and they come over our place. We've got a trophy that goes back and forth . . . Hey,
ow that I think about it, we're gonna get that trophy for the very first time!"
  GERMANTOWN 'S FIRST three TDs had come on flips of 31 yards to Sheffield and 53 to Thomas, along with
Mike Strothers' four-yard run. Moore scored on runs of 52 and 10 and caught a 73-yard pass for another. Wilson
passed 10 yards to William Harris for the second touchdown. After each TD, the Cougars sought two points.
  "I was scared," noted Moore, who finished the year with 1,196 yards rushing on 163 carries, plus 17 TDs. " I
thought we were gonna lose. I was prayin' for Tony before that kick."
  And afterward, Moore joined in the enormous celebration.
  "My back is sore," Singleton later complained. "They beat my back to death."
  Hey, Mr. Clutch, that's just part of being a hero.

  This story was written in 2007 after a kid named Cerdan was a Thorn in
King's side . . .

By Ted Silary
  If you want to see Thorn Cerdan dance, you'll have to attend a family party.
  The ones where Cerdan and his cousins perform various steps in I'm-better-than-you fashion and decide the winner
by which person draws the biggest reaction.
  "They're all excellent dancers, but I do win my share," Cerdan said.
  Football with Germantown High? Well, in this just-finished season, he did not win his share.
  But yesterday, in their own Ben Johnston Memorial Stadium, the Bears jumped to a 14-point lead over Martin
Luther King , sagged into a five-point deficit and then, with Cerdan, a 6-1, 175-pound senior wideout providing a
26-yard touchdown on a pass from Ramadan Abdullah, rolled onward to a 34-19 win.
  End zones are made for dancing, baby.
  "I would if I could," Cerdan said, laughing. "Didn't want to get a penalty. I kept myself under control. Just handed
the ball to the ref and trotted to the sideline. "
  Cerdan finished with just that one catch as Abdullah, a promising sophomore who's still feeling his way, went
2-for-10 for 42 yards. The other completion, a 14-yarder to Brent West, provided the final TD. West, another
sophomore, mostly impressed with his rushing (27-206, TD) and Cerdan lent assistance with some monstrous
blocks.
  G-town leads the series on Thanksgiving, 20-10-2, and overall, 21-13-2.
  "I love blocking for Brent West and Tramelle McKie," he said. "When you knock somebody down and you hear
the crowd cheering, it amps you up. I like sending a message to my teammates, 'Time to play ball.' "
  Cerdan scored on a post-corner.
  "The guy stickin' me bit on the post, so when I made my move to the corner, I was wide open," he said.
"Abdullah made a perfect throw. I wish we could be together in future seasons."
  McKie finished with 55 yards and two scores on 11 carries. He also had an interception, as did Shahid Bundy
(12 tackles). Sophomore Joseph Montouth ran 19 times for 112 yards and all three King TDs.
  The win was Germantown's second of the season, not counting a forfeit over Frankford.
  "I came to Germantown from the Mount Airy Bantams, so I wasn't used to losing," said Cerdan, who lives near
Germantown and Sharpnack in Dogtown, and hopes to major in sports management. "It was real hard. At least
we hung in there and went out with a win."

  This story was written in 2003 after Marcus Walton proved to be all business . . .

By Ted Silary
  Marcus Walton wants to major in business in part because his mother, Kim Spruill, is investigating the possibility
of opening one.
  Here's his plan: Learn enough to keep the books, even while in college. If Mom's place succeeds, he could open
a branch, or three, and do pretty darn well himself.
  The focus, for the moment, is on a gas station or laundry.
  Which would Marcus prefer?
  "Gas station," he said quickly. "All cars need gas, right? Nobody has their gas own station. Lots of people have a
washer and dryer, though."
  Smart kid, this Marcus Walton. Pretty decent football player, too.
  Walton is a 5-6, 145-pound senior running back for Germantown High, and yesterday he concluded his career in
style. He carried 27 times for 159 yards and a touchdown as the Bears downed Martin Luther King , 25-14.
  G-town leads on Thanksgiving, 18-8-2, and overall, 19-11-2. It last lost on the holiday in 1991. Oddly, it did lose
since then to King in early-season meetings in '92 and '95 and in a '97 quarterfinal.
  The Bears exploded for 25 points in the second quarter. Walton got things rolling with a 29-yard run. The next
three scores came on Brandon Cuff's 26-yard pass to Christen Johnson, a 1-yard run by Robert Fisher and a
71-yard fumble return by Dustin Hardy-Moore.
  King sandwiched the outburst with a pair of passing TDs, Jeff Campbell to Danny Smith (six receptions for 78
yards).
  The Bears entered the game not sure what to expect. They'd lost three front-line starters and a key sub in the
aftermath of a brawl that took place after last week's win over University City. Also, they were concerned by a
comparative score. They lost to Central in the regular season, 45-0. King played Central within 15-8 in a quarterfinal.
  "The guys we lost affected us greatly," Walton said. "But 'Hawk' [coach Mike Hawkins] told us to forget who
wasn't here and for those who still were to come together and step it up.
  "When we saw what King did with Central, it gave us kind of a shaky feeling. We did our best, though."
  Despite his lack of size, Walton was often a workhorse this season.
  "The linemen were springing me through some good holes," he said. "I know I'm not real big, but I look at it like,
'Hey, I'm skilled.' "
  Walton, who lives near 12th and Susquehanna, attends G-town's Lankenau campus in Andorra. He has worked
part time in a supermarket and last summer, as part of Upward Bound, he served an internship with a community
organization.
  "I'm working hard to get into a nice college," he said. "That comes before football."
  Walton's mother and stepfather, Leonard Webster, were in attendance yesterday.
  On Marcus' TD run, both were impressed when he stepped on the gas.
--
 
Boxscores From Thanksgiving Meetings . . .
 

Boxscores . . .

1976
Germantown 8, King 6
M.L. King       0   0   0   6 -- 6
Germantown    0   8   0   0 -- 8

  G: Greg "West Coast" Smith 3 run (Greg "East Coast" Smith pass from Herbert Hodges)
  K: Brad Norris 42 pass from Michael Stewart (pass failed)

1977
Germantown 25, King 0
Germantown   0   6   7  12 -- 25
M.L. King       0   0   0    0 --  0

  G: Greg "West Coast" Smith 3 run (kick failed)
  G: Greg "East Coast" Smith run (Bob Freiling kick)
  G: Greg "West Coast" Smith 1 run (run failed)
  G: Greg "West Coast" Smith 7 pass from Mike Logan (pass failed)

1978
Germantown 21, King 12
M.L. King      6   6   0   0 -- 12
Germantown   6   8   0   7 -- 21

  G: Wendell Thomas 80 pass from Mike Logan (kick failed)
  K: Wally Heath 1 run (kick failed)
  G: Kevin Fenning 2 run (Ronald Hodges pass from Mike Logan)
  K: Victor Moore 25 run (pass failed)
  G: Thomas 24 pass from Ken Coffin (Freiling kick)

1979
King 27, Germantown 25
Germantown   7   0   6  12 -- 25
M.L. King       0 12 12    3 -- 27

  G: Arthur Sheffield 31 pass from Ken Coffin (John Sutton kick)
  K: Victor Moore 52 run (run failed)
  K: Billy Harris 10 pass from Ronald Wilson (pass failed)
  K: Moore 10 run (run failed)
  G: Wendell Thomas 53 pass from Coffin (kick failed)
  K: Moore 73 pass from Wilson (pass failed)
  G: Michael Strothers 4 run (pass failed)
  G: Sutton 7 pass from Coffin (pass failed)
  K: FG Tony Singleton 31

1980
King 25, Germantown 21
M.L. King      0   7  12   6 -- 25
Germantown   6   9   6   0 -- 21

  G: Steve Duncan 5 run (kick failed)
  G: Vincent Pogue 18 pass from Rob Lewis (pass failed)
  K: Frontis Abney 1 run (Troy Carter kick)
  G: FG Darnell Muse 35
  K: Darryl Taylor 7 run (run failed)
  G: Jerome Ruff 5 pass from Lewis (kick failed)
  K: Darryl Taylor 88 kickoff return (pass failed)
  K: Marvin Moore 11 run (run failed)

1981
Germantown 0, King 0 (tie)

1982
Germantown 14, King 6
M.L. King      6   0   0   0 --   6
Germantown   0   6   8   0 -- 14

  K: Darryl Kelly 6 pass from Ken Young (kick blocked)
  G: Thomas Upshaw 14 pass from Terry Williams (kick blocked)
  G: Safety, Dywaine Farley recovered bad snap in end zone
  G: Steve Duncan 6 run (kick failed)

1983
King 24, Germantown 0
Germantown   0   0   0   0 --   0
M.L. King       0 16   0   8 -- 24

  K: Billy Teel 8 pass from Eric Henderson (Henderson run)
  K: Teel 24 pass from Henderson (Lionel Darty run)
  K: Teel 12 pass from Henderson (Darty run)

1984
King 28, Germantown 0
M.L. King      6   0 22   0 -- 28
Germantown   0   0   0   0 --  0

  K: Todd Mitchell 3 run (kick failed)
  K: Dywaine Farley 24 pass from Marc Wilson (Mitchell run)
  K: Mitchell 10 run (kick failed)
  K: Wilson 27 run (Mitchell run)

1985
Germantown 6, King 6 (tie)
Germantown   0   0   0   6 -- 6
M.L. King       0   6   0   0 -- 6

  K: Marc Wilson 1 run (run failed)
  G: Jeff Bundy 21 pass from Moses Brown (run failed)

1986
Germantown 8, King 6
M.L. King      0   0   6   0 -- 6
Germantown   0   0   0   8 -- 8

  K: Marc Wilson 7 run (pass failed)
  G: Moses Brown 36 run (Brown run)

1987
King 34, Germantown 0
Germantown   0   0   0   0 --   0
M.L. King       0 14   0 20 -- 34

  K: Jimmy Harris 1 run (kick blocked)
  K: Keary Holloway 12 interception return (Craig Massey run)
  K: Dysheek Jones 25 pass from Chris Manigault (William French kick)
  K: Greg Williams 1 run (French kick)
  K: Massey 54 run (kick failed)

1988
King 14, Germantown 0
M.L. King      0   8   6   0 -- 14
Germantown   0   0   0   0 --  0

  K: William French 1 run (Shannon Major pass from David Hughes)
  K: Maurice Williams 75 run (kick failed)

1989
Canceled by snow

1990
Germantown 26, King 12
M.L. King      0   6   6   0 -- 12
Germantown   6   0   6 14 -- 26

  G: Lance Johnstone 60 pass from Airrion Keenheel (run failed)
  K: Kevin Keitt 11 run (pass failed)
  K: Kevin Keitt 3 run (pass failed)
  G: Johnstone 54 run (pass failed)
  G: Damon Brown 23 run (Keenheel run)
  G: Johnstone 35 run (run failed)

1991
King 33, Germantown 8
Germantown   0   0   8   0 --  8
M.L. King       8   6 12  7 -- 33

  K: Sanford Moore 7 run (Lewis Jefferies pass from Teddy Bowser)
  K: Moore 5 run (pass failed)
  K: Myron White 21 run (pass failed)
  G: Carey King 7 run (King run)
  K: Bowser 1 run (run failed)
  K: Bowser 1 run (Dwayne Cuff kick)

1992
Germantown 28, King 0
M.L. King      0    0   0    0 --  0
Germantown   0  12   0  16 -- 28

  G: Stephan Jefferson 4 run (pass failed)
  G: Brent Johnstone 1 run (pass failed)
  G: Spencer Whetts 1 run (Johnstone pass from Whetts)
  G: Jefferson 7 run (Johnstone run)

1993
Germantown 20, King 12
Germantown   0   8   6   6 -- 20
M.L. King       0   0   6   6 -- 12

  G: Thomas Fulton 4 run (Javer Dillard pass from Spencer Whetts)
  K: Cliff Casurra 2 run (pass failed)
  G: Dillard 80 kickoff return (run failed)
  K: Myles 4 run (run failed)
  G: Terry Robertson 5 run (run failed)

1994
Germantown 18, King 12
M.L. King      0 12   0   0 -- 12
Germantown   6   6   0   6 -- 18

  G: Terry Robertson 5 run (run failed)
  K: Kervin Charles 2 run (pass failed)
  G: Spencer Whetts 3 run (run failed)
  K: Todd Barnes 19 pass from Terrence Miles (kick failed)
  G: Whetts 2 run (pass failed)

1995
Germantown 20, King 14
Germantown   6   6   8   0 -- 20
M.L. King       0   6   0   8 -- 14
  G: Terry Robertson 3 run (run failed)
  K: Jo-Van Rogers 63 run (kick failed)
  G: Syeed King 6 run (pass failed)
  G: Robertson 10 run (Rahiem Brown pass from Robert Akens)
  K: Marc Daniels 1 run (Virmar Tutt pass from Daniels)

Longest Scores, by category . . .
 
Run: 97, Rashad Razzaaq, Gtn, 1997
  Catch: 82, Jeffrey Best, Gtn, pass from Ramadan Abdullah, 2008
  Kickoff: 88, Darryl Taylor, King, 1980
  Interception: 34, Omar McDonnaugh, Gtn, 2002
  Fumble: 71, Dustin Hardy-Moore, Gtn, 2003
  Field goal: 35, Darnell Muse, Gtn, 1980

1996
Germantown 14, King 6
M.L. King      0   8   0   0 -- 8
Germantown   6   0   0   8 14

  G: John McCoy 26 pass from Robert Akens (pass failed)
  K: Marc Daniels 1 run (Daniels run)
  G: Akens 17 run (John McCoy run)

1997
Germantown 29, King 12
Germantown   6   8   9  15 -- 29
M.L. King       0 12   0    0 12

  G: Rashad Razzaaq 7 run (kick failed)
  G: Terry Bacnon 1 run (Bacon run)
  K: Rasheim Wright 1 run (run failed)
  K: Christopher Dorman 6 run (run failed)
  G: Razzaaq 97 run (Bacon run)
  G: Tyric Armstead 21 pass from Will Edwards (Tequann Whaley kick)

1998
Germantown 18, King 6
M.L. King      0   0   0   6 --  6
Germantown   6   6   0   6 18

  G: Greg Smith 1 run (run failed)
  G: Smith 7 run (run failed)
  K: Rasheim Wright 2 run (pass failed)
  G: Elliott Williams 1 run (run failed)

1999
Germantown 54, King 0
Germantown   26  22   6   0 54
M.L. King         0    6   0   0 --  6

  G: Angel Moultair 2 run (kick failed)
  G: Wesley Robinson 53 run (run failed)
  G: Ed Butler 47 pass from Maurice Bowser (Danilo Aguiar kick)
  G: Moultair 2 run (Aguiar kick)
  G: Moultair 28 run (Aguiar kick)
  G: Maurice Palmer recovered blocked punt in end zone (Butler pass from Bowser)
  K: Gary Dunlap 66 fumble return (run failed)
  G: Darryl Martin 15 run (Aguiar kick)
  G: Butler 42 pass from Bowser (kick failed)

2000
Germantown 22, King 18
M.L. King      0   6   0  12 -- 18
Germantown   0   0   8  14 22

  K: Dennis Goslee 2 run (kick failed)
  G: Atiba Kenyatta 14 run (Nasir Sadat run)
  K: Saladin Ebo 70 run (run failed)
  G: Kenyatta 3 run (David Roberson run)
  G: Kenyatta 16 run (run failed)
  K: Ebo 48 pass from Tyree McCants (run failed)

2001
Germantown 12, King 7
M.L. King      0   7   0   0 --  7
Germantown   0   6   0   6 12

  K: Dion Whittington 27 run (Walcott kick)
  G: Akil Stokes 40 pass from J.T. King (kick failed)
  G: King 19 run (run failed)

2002
Germantown 24, King 10
Germantown     6   0   6  12 24
M.L. King       10   0   0    0 10

  K: Safety, ball centered out of end zone
  K: Daniel Smith 48 kickoff return (Kevin Snyder run)
  G: Taurean Filmore 78 run (run failed)
  G: Filmore 35 run (pass failed)
  G: Akil Stokes 28 pass from Brandon Cuff (run failed)
  G: Omar McDonnaugh 34 interception return (run failed)

2003
Germantown 25, King 14
M.L. King      6    0   0   8 -- 14
Germantown   0  25   0   0 25

  K: Danny Smith 8 pass from Jeff Campbell (pass failed)
  G: Marcus Walton 29 run (pass failed)
  G: Christen Johnson 26 pass from Brandon Cuff (pass failed)
  G: Robert Fisher 1 run (pass failed)
  G: Dustin Hardy-Moore 71 fumble return (Walton kick)
  K Smith 57 pass from Campbell (Dave Thomas pass from Campbell)

2004
King 22, Germantown 6
Germantown   0   6   0   0   6
M.L. King       6   8   8   0 22

  K: Jared Williams 2 run (pass failed)
  G: Reginald Lloyd 27 run (pass failed)
  K: Williams 6 run (Darnell Gindrow pass from Jeff Campbell)
  K: Cyril Woodland 2 run (Gindrow pass from Campbell)

2005
Germantown 22, King 16
M.L. King      0   0   8    8 -- 16
Germantown   7   2   0  13 22

  G: Andre Fisher 1 run (Rashad Williams kick)
  G: Jones and Antwain Brown-Barnes tackled Marquis Clark in end zone
  K: Kendell Coleman 13 run (Davis run)
  G: Akeem Johnson 39 run (run failed)
  G: Erik Frazier 31 pass from Fisher (Williams kick)
  K: Jamal Morris-Sharpe 25 run (Coleman run)

2006
King 21, Germantown 12
Germantown   0   6   6   0 12
M.L. King       8   0   0 13 21

  K: Kendell Coleman 4 run (Keith Martin run)
  G: Tramelle McKie 26 run (run failed)
  G: Khalid Purnell 3 run (run failed)
  K: Darrell Archer 10 pass from Aleem Marshall (kick failed)
  K: Marshall 20 interception return (Archer kick)

2007
Germantown 34, King 19
M.L. King        0   7  12   0 --  19
Germantown   14   0    6  14 34

  G: Tramelle McKie 3 run (pass failed)
  G: Brent West 19 run (Thorn Cerdan pass from Ramadan Abdullah)
  K: Joseph Montouth 5 run (Richard Dixon kick)
  K: Joseph Montouth 3 run (kick blocked)
  K: Joseph Montouth 3 run (pass failed)
  G: McKie 3 run (pass failed)
  G: Cerdan 26 pass from Abdullah (McKie pass from Abdullah)
  G: West 14 pass from Abdullah (kick failed)

2008
Germantown 20, King 0
Germantown   0   6  14   0 20
M.L. King       0   0    0   0 0

  G: Jarell McClennan 5 pass from Ramadan Abdullah (pass failed)
  G: Jeffrey Best 82 pass from Abdullah (pass failed)
  G: Brent West 1 run (John Ellis pass from Abdullah)

2009
Germantown 36, King 0
M.L. King      0   0    0   0 --  0
Germantown   0  22   6   8 36

  G: Ramadan Abdullah 1 run (Will Parks run)
  G: Tavio Thomas 12 pass from Abdullah (pass failed)
  G: Abdullah 1 run (Abdullah run)
  G: Parks 6 pass from Abdullah (pass failed)
  G: Parks 5 run (Abdullah run)

2010
King 15, Germantown 14 (OT)
Germantown   0  8  0  0  6 14
M.L. King       0  0  0  8  7 15

  G: Will Parks 5 run (Ackeno Robertson run)
  K: Mike Wilson 8 run (Curtis Witherspoon run)
  G: Jerrell Saunders 5 run (pass failed)
  K: Witherspoon 7 run (Malik Paulk kick)

2011
Germantown 43, King 0
M.L. King      0   0    0    0 --  0
Germantown   7   6  16  14 43

  G: Ackeno Robertson 1 run (Thomas Fields kick)
  G: Robertson 3 run (pass failed)
  G: Aaron Boyd 26 run (pass failed)
  G: Safety, Darnell Baldwin tackled Jones in end zone
  G: Boyd 14 run (Will Parks pass from Cedric Wright)
  G: Parks 46 run (Fields kick)
  G: Boyd 60 run (Fields kick)

2012
Germantown 48, King 0
Germantown   6   8  18  16 48
M.L. King       0   0    0    0 --  0

  G: Delane Hart 26 pass from Cedric Wright (run failed)
  G: Antwain Kitt 13 run (Chris Rone pass from Wright)
  G: Safety, Carter stepped out of end zone
  G: Kevin Norris 11 run (Rone pass from Wright)
  G: Ishmael Dargan 11 run (Dargan run)
  G: Rone 16 pass from Wright (Dargan run)
  G: Dargan 32 run (Hart pass from Wright)

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Boxscores From Other Meetings . . .
 
Playoffs . . .

1994
Quarterfinal
Germantown 52, King 12
Germantown    8  16  22    6 -- 52
M.L. King        6    6    6    0 -- 12

  G: Terry Robertson 5 run (Robertson run)
  K: Terrence Miles 16 run (kick failed)
  K: Kervin Charles 2 run (pass failed)
  G: Robertson 2 run (Javer Dillard pass from Spencer Whetts)
  G: Dillard 64 pass from Whetts (Robertson run)
  G: Greene 3 fumble return (Whetts run)
  G: Dillard 11 pass from Whetts (Syrome Singleton run)
  G: Dillard 7 pass from Whetts (run failed)
  G: Geoffrey Wyatt 8 run (run failed)

1997
Quarterfinal
King 28, Germantown 8
Germantown    0    0    8    0 --   8
M.L. King        6    6    8    8 -- 28

  K: Christopher Dorman 24 run (kick blocked)
  K: Rasheim Wright 1 run (run failed)
  G: Rashad Razzaaq 90 kickoff return (Harris run)
  K: Andre Wilson 62 run (Wilson pass from Wright)
  K: Dorman 2 run (Dorman pass from Wright)



 

Non-League . . .

1989
King 28, Germantown 8
M.L. King      8    6  14    0 -- 28
Germantown   0    0    0    0 --  8

  K: Jimmy Harris 3 run (David Hughes run)
  K: Harris 42 run (run failed)
  K: William Kent 77 kickoff return (James Williams run)
  K: Jermaine Robinson 12 fumble return (kick failed)
  G: Jeffery Coles 27 pass from Andre Thomas (Andre McCall run)

1992
King 14, Germantown 12
Germantown   0    0    6    6 -- 12   
M.L. King       0    8    6    0 -- 14

  K: Dwayne Cuff 5 run (Sanford Moore run)
  G: Stephan Jefferson 37 run (run failed)
  K: Moore 50 run (run failed)
  G: Carey King 2 run (run failed)

1995
King 22, Germantown 20
Germantown   0  14    6    0 -- 20
M.L. King       0    7    9    6 -- 22

  K: Jo-Van Rogers 9 run (Malik Jones kick)
  G: Terry Robertson 1 run (run failed)
  G: Kenny Greene 7 pass from Robert Akens (Greene pass from Akens)
  G: Robertson 5 run (kick failed)
  K: Safety, Tyree Patterson tackled Robertson in end zone
  K: Rogers 17 run (Jones kick)
  K: Franklin Cummings 17 run (kick failed)