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Congressman Honors Fort Hill Sentinels

December 10th, 2015 by WCBC Radio

Congressman John K. Delaney (MD-6) submitted a statement honoring the Fort Hill High School Sentinels into the official Congressional Record. Fort Hill won the Class 1A Maryland State Championship last week.

The Congressional Record is an official record of House and Senate proceedings and has been published since 1873. The Congressional Record is archived online and is distributed in print to each Congressional office.

The statement honoring Fort Hill reads:

“Mr. Speaker, I rise today to recognize the achievement of the Fort Hill Sentinels, an extraordinary group of young men from Western Maryland who have inspired their community and gained recognition across the state. This month, Fort Hill High School of Cumberland won their third consecutive state football title, winning the Class 1A Maryland State Championship.

“On December 5, the Sentinels defeated Havre de Grace 44-14 behind a powerful rushing attack and a strong defense. The Sentinels averaged over 10 yards per play, led by fullback Raen Smith who ran for 234 yards. Fort Hill is 40-1 over the last three seasons.

“The results produced by the Sentinels ­— win after win after win for three seasons — are a testament to their dedication, teamwork and intelligence, all qualities that we should celebrate. After winning the state title Coach Todd Appel told the Cumberland Times-News the team would be back in the weight room the next week, a testament to the hard work and commitment of the team.

“The achievement of the Fort Hill Sentinels should be recognized and recorded within the Congressional Record for posterity. Congratulations to the Fort Hill Sentinels, Coach Appel and his staff and everyone who played a part in this championship season.”

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