Central Maryland Christian Crusaders

The Central Maryland Christian Crusaders football and cheerleading are comprised of boys and girls whose schooling does not provide them with the opportunity for fall football or cheerleading. Most team members are home schooled, although some attend private schools that do not have football teams. The team is based in Carroll County.

The Central Maryland Christian Crusaders finished a successful 2012 campaign with a 4-4 regular season record to advance to the Mid-Atlantic Christian Conference (MACC) playoffs. They exited the playoffs after a first round loss to last year’s MACC champions, the Maryland Christian Saints, in Kingsville.

In 2012, the Crusaders offensively spread the field, with seven receivers hauling in a total of 70 passes for over 1,000 yards, and 12 players registering carries on the ground. The effort helped the team score 40+ points in two of their four victories. Defensively it was again a team effort, with 22 different players combining for nearly 400 tackles. Seven different players sacked opposing quarterbacks.

Key wins for the Crusaders included a last-second 27-26 victory over the MIAA’s Baltimore Lutheran, and a 47-0 victory against Frederick of the MACC in the regular season finale.

The JV team posted a winning 3-2 record, which included for the first time a game against the Maryland Christian Saints geared for middle-school aged players. The Crusaders also boasted their biggest roster in program history with 36 players coming out for the team in 2012.

For More Information Contact:

Patsy Will
Crusaders Secretary

ronniepatsy@comcast.net
840 W Liberty Road
Sykesville MD 21784
443-277-8701

Bob Delph
Crusaders Chairman

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