The end zones will read the name of either school or fans of both will pack the stadium. Homefield advantage? No one. Bragging rights? Only one. The 100th installment of the rivalry will conclude the regular season for the Fort Hill Sentinels and the Allegany Campers for the 87th time in series history. Last year’s victory over Allegany extended Fort Hill’s current win streak over Allegany to 16 games and marked their 63rd triumph in the series.



Anthony Palmisano
Fort Hill


Quinn Cohen

Fort Hill

Quinn is an exceptional student athlete. He has a 1470 SAT score and is the treasurer of the National Honor Society. Quinn is also a member of rho kappa, national art honor society, and student council. Quinn hasn't yet decided on a university but plans to get a four year degree in engineering.
Alex Kennell


Alex has started on the Varsity Football team since his freshman year. He was voted as captain this season. In his junior season, he was voted first team All-Region and Second Team All-Area as a Lineman. He has also received second team all-area honors as a third baseman in baseball.


In the 100th meet-up of this Rivalry in Maryland, the Fort Hill Sentinels scored first putting 6-0 on the board early in the game. In the 2nd quarter Allegany answered with a TD plus the extra point to take the lead 7-6. Fort Hill put up another TD plus a 2-pt conversion to send the game into the half 14-7. In the 3rd, the Campers attempted a field goal, but it was blocked by the Sentinels. Following an impressive drive, the Sentinels extended their lead 21-7 in the 4th quarter. Fort Hill held their victory with a final score of 21-7.