Richard Johnson, who led Milford Mill to pair of Baltimore County 3A/4A championships in the late nineties, and Adam Goloboski, who helped Hereford win consecutive 2A Maryland state championships (2001 and 2002), were key components on a defensive squad which helped the Baltimore Mariners win the 2010 American Indoor Football Association (AIFA) championship.
Playing wide receiver and defensive back for the Mariners, Johnson was second on the Baltimore team with eight interceptions and he recorded 30-1/2 tackles. In his final two seasons at Milford Mill, Johnson put up more than 6,000 yards of total offense, throwing 41 touchdown passes and rushing for 28 more. He would go on to play collegiately at Virginia Tech.
Goloboski remains a linebacker and fullback, the same positions he played for Hereford. As a senior he rushed for 2,187 yards and 31 touchdowns for the Bulls, before going on to star at Richmond University.
This season, Goloboski was fourth on the Mariners in tackles and rushed for five touchdowns.
The Mariners defense was among the best in the AIFA, recording a rate indoor league shutout early in the season. The Mariners were the first team in league history to finish the year unbeaten.