UPPER MARLBORO, MD – Dr. Henry A. Wise Jr. High School won its second consecutive class 4A State Football Championship on Friday, December 9 against Quince Orchard at the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis.
The 42-7 win was captured by several media outlets. For media coverage of Wise High School's back-to-back state title, click on links below:
Wise pounds Quince Orchard to cap another perfect season with a second straight title, The Washington Post
Laws throws 4 TD passes, Wise defends 4A crown 42-7, WUSA 9
Digest: Wise rolls to 42-7 win over Quince Orchard to take 4A football crown, Baltimore Sun
David Owens, owner of Visionary Media Productions, also documented the championship in "Wise High School: A Coronation." To view footage, click here. To view photos from the championship game, click here.
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