Local squads compete at Ravens 7-on-7; Curley wins consolation title

Fifteen area teams participated Saturday in the Ravens 7-on-7 Passing Tournament at Troy Park in Howard County. Afternoon storms cut the annual summer event short.

Frederick County’s Oakdale was able to capture the morning session title, defeating Frederick rival Linganore in the final. Archbishop Curley overcame an opening round loss to North Hagerstown, running the table to claim the consolation prize.

The Friars defeated Westminster in the consolation final after topping River Hill and Northeast. Forest Park, Old Mill and Overlea participated in the early session Saturday.

Opening round matches in the afternoon session were in progress when thunderstorms rolled through the metro region. Tournament officials hoped to resume, but canceled as another band of storms were in the vicinity of the Ellicott City park. 

Dulaney, Crofton, Manchester Valley, Patapsco and Winters Mill, leading when their respective matches were stopped, were awarded victories. Mount Hebron, Patterson and Reginald Lewis also participated.

Ravens 7-on-7 Passing Tournament

at Troy Park

Morning session

First round

Linganore defeated Forest Park

Fort Hill defeated River Hill

North Hagerstown defeated Archbishop Curley

Northwest defeated Northeast

Oakdale defeated Overlea

Douglass-Prince George’s defeated Westminster

Damascus defeated Old Mill

Blair defeated South Hagerstown


Linganore defeated Fort Hill

Northwest defeated North Hagerstown

Oakdale defeated Douglass-Prince George’s

Damascus defeated Blair


Fort Hill defeated North Hagerstown

Douglass defeated Damascus 


Linganore defeated Northwest

Oakdale defeated Blair


7th place – North Hagerstown defeated Damascus

5th place – Douglass-Prince George’s defeated Fort Hill

3rd place – Blair defeated Northwest

Championship – Oakdale defeated Linganore

Consolation bracket


River Hill defeated Forest Park

Curley defeated Northeast

Westminster defeated Overlea

Old Mill defeated South Hagerstown


Curley defeated River Hill

Westminster defeated Old Mill

Northeast defeated Forest Park

Overlea defeated South Hagerstown


7th place – Overlea defeated Forest Park

5th place – Northeast defeated South Hagerstown

3rd place – River Hill defeated Old Mill

Championship – Curley defeated Westminster


AFTERNOON SESSION (games stopped, canceled due to inclement weather) 

First round

Brunswick defeated Hancock

Patapsco defeated Clarksburg

Seneca Valley defeated Maryland School for the Deaf

Winters Mill defeated Patterson

Manchester Valley defeated Thomas Johnson

Seaford (DE) defeated Reginald Lewis

Crofton defeated Springbrook

Dulaney defeated Mount Hebron