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Geroy Simon inducted into Canadian Football Hall of Fame

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Geroy Simon 2Geroy Simon, pictured here (10) when he played for the Maryland Terrapins in 1997, played in the Canadian Football League for 15 years until his retirement in 2013 and will be inducted into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame. COURTESY PHOTO  Former University of Maryland wide receiver Geroy Simon will be honored this month.

Simon, a Pennsylvania native, is scheduled to be inducted into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame on September 14.

“It’s something that’s pretty exciting,” said Simon, who celebrated his 42nd birthday on September 11. “I’m honored and humbled to be going into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame.”

In 2014, Simon retired as the most prolific wide receiver in Canadian Football League history. During a 15-year CFL career, Simon earned numerous individual accolades and captured three Grey Cup championships which is the equivalent of an NFL Super Bowl title.

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Mencarini becomes a Turtle!

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Former Quince Orchard coach takes position on Terrapin football staff

Dave MencariniDave Mencarini at Quince Orchard. FILE PHOTO

Former Quince Orchard head coach Dave Mencarini has joined DJ Durkin’s staff at the University of Maryland.

Mencarini, a Rockville High School graduate, has been named a Senior Recruiting Analyst for the Terrapins football program.

“Dave has a great deal of passion and love for the University of Maryland,” said Durkin. “He brings great energy, and we're thrilled to have him on our staff." 

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A trio of Terps find their way into NFL draft

Former University of Maryland defensive back Sean Davis was selected by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the second round of the 2016 NFL Draft last Friday night.

Davis, a D.C. native who played high school football at Maret, was the draft’s 58th overall selection.

“My dad loves the Steelers,” said Davis. “It’s awesome, I couldn’t hope for anything better. It’s the perfect situation.”

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