C.H. Flowers set to take on Quince Orchard for the Maryland 4A Football State Championship on Thursday Night

On Thursday, December 1, at 7 p.m. at the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, the C.H. Flowers Jaguars will face the Quince Orchard Cougars in the Maryland Public School 4A State Championship. The 3rd Maryland 4A Championship in a row that will feature a Prince George’s County vs. Montgomery County football matchup. 

The Jaguars have had a phenomenal season being led by Head Coach Dameon Powell. On Thursday, they will enter the 4A Championship game with an undefeated record at 13-0 after beating the Wise Pumas 20-13 in the state semifinal last weekend. Jaguars junior Free Safety Jalen Riley caught the game-winning interception to put the Pumas away and secure the victory. While on offense, Flowers Quarterback Sean Johnson led the way for the Jaguars, accumulating 228 yards in the game. This was the second time Flowers defeated the Pumas this season, marking the first time the Jaguars defeated Wise since 2009. During that time, the Pumas picked up five state championships and held an undefeated record in each championship season. 

Now, the Jaguars will have a chance to knock off another team who has dominated Maryland 4A football in recent years. The Quince Orchard Cougars will look to repeat as State Champions after last season’s 31-13 victory over the Wise Pumas. The Cougars have not lost a game since their 22-13 loss to Northwest in the State Semifinals on November 29, 2019. Since then, Quince Orchard has been a perfect 29-0. The Cougars have won two of the last three state titles, and the only 4A teams to win a state Championship since 2015 are Dr.Henry A Wise and Quince Orchard.

Since 2012, Prince George’s Country has faced Montgomery County in the State Championship seven times, with PG County winning four of those matchups. If Quince Orchard wins on Thursday, they will even the series in the recent rivalry between the two counties in the State Championship. 

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