Thursday, May 23, 2013
The state title game against Westminster was suspended Wednesday night due to lightning.
The South River boys lacrosse team will have to wait another night to try and seize its state title victory. Wednesday night’s game against Westiminster was suspended due to lightning. With 1:11 left in the second quarter of the Class 4A/3A state title Wednesday night, officials had to suspend the game because there was lightning in the area. At the time the game was suspended, South River led 8-7. The game is scheduled to resume at 6 p.m. Thursday night at UMBC. According to the MPSSAA website, ticket stubs will not be required for re-entry. See Also:
Wednesday, May 22, 2013
The team made up largely of eighth graders went 10-0 on the year
Tuesday, May 21, 2013
The basketball standout has committed to play at Baltimore City Community College
The number of Arundel basketball players who have committed to play in college keeps getting longer. Keaton Mack, a two-year starter at Arundel, said he will play at Baltimore City Community College this fall. He joins two other former Wildcats who will play collegiately, including Ryan Hill (Stevenson) and Austin Carrol (Eastern). Teammate Aaron Lewis-Cenales has committed to play football at New Hampshire. Mack helped lead Arundel to a 22-4 record this past season. He averaged 8.5 points, 5.7 assists, two rebounds and two steals per game.
Sunday, May 19, 2013
The camp with Arundel boys basketball head coach Jeff Starr will take place from June 24-27.
Young people looking to hone their hoops skills this summer can get some practice during a four-day camp at Arundel High School next month. Arundel boys basketball head coach Jeff Starr will host the camp from June 24-27. The camp runs from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. each day and is open to children from eight years old to entering 9th grade. The camp will include lessons in fundamentals and tactics, plus full-court and side court games. The cost is $175. To register, go to www.PremierSportsAcad.com. For questions, email ArundelBoysBasketball@yahoo.com
Saturday, May 18, 2013
Orb, the Kentucky Derby winner, finished fourth.
Oxbow, a 15-1 longshot, went nearly wire-to-wire to win the 138th Preakness Stakes at Pimlico Race Course on Saturday giving trainer D. Wayne Lukas the all-time lead in Triple Crown race victories with 14. The bay colt, ridden by 50-year old Gary Stevens and owned by Calumet Farm, took the lead early from Goldencents and won the $1 million Middle Jewel of the Triple Crown by 1 ¾ lengths holding off Itsmyluckyday and Mylute in 1:57.54. Oxbow also ended hopes for a Triple Crown winner for another year. Orb, the winner of the Kentucky Derby, never got started from his No. 1 post position and finished a disappointing fourth. "I get paid to spoil dreams," Lukas said after the race. "You can’t mail it in, it’s a different surface, a different …
Friday, May 17, 2013
The Arundel Soccer Association will collect the gear for those in Djibouti, located on the Horn of Africa. U.S. soldiers will hand-deliver the equipment.
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The Arundel Soccer Association is partnering with U.S. soldiers in Africa to deliver soccer equipment to children in Djibouti. The ASA will collect the equipment between 9 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. at the Arundel Middle School fields. The U.S. Postal Service will pick up and ship the items to Camp Lemmonier, which is manned by the U.S. Africa Joint Task Force. "This year we wanted the players to feel the genuine joy of philanthropy," ASA President John Hamrick said in an announcement. "A friend of ASA was deployed by the U.S. Navy on a humanitarian effort in Djibouti, Africa. He wrote back and told us the kids loved playing soccer but didn't have basic things like socks and shoes to play This is a tremendous opportunity for us to show the kids…
Thursday, May 16, 2013
The 6-5 loss to North County marked the end of the season for the Wildcats.
The Arundel Wildcats' dream of another regional baseball championship ended in extra innings Wednesday. Arundel fell 6-5 in 10 innings to North County in the regional semifinals of the MPSSAA Class 4A baseball tournament. North County will next host the regional championship game against South River, which won 4-0 Wednesday over Broadneck. South River Boys Move on in Lacrosse The South River boys lacrosse team won the Class 3A/4A East regional title with a 10-3 win over Chesapeake on Wednesday. The Seahawks will next play Howard High School in the state final four. The South River girls lacrosse team, however, fell 14-13 to Broadneck.
Wednesday, May 15, 2013
The 138th running of the Baltimore tradition will be held this Saturday.
We're in the final stretch before the 138th running of the Preakness Stakes at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore. Here's what you need to know. When is it? The Triple Crown race will be held at 4:30 p.m. Saturday at Pimlico. NBC (WRC, WBAL) and Horse Racing Radio Network (WSPZ-AM in Washington is the only area affiliate) will have the call, which will also be streaming on the radio network's website. The first post on the day is at 10:45 a.m. Tickets? They are still available. Infield tickets are $60. Admission to the grandstand starts at $25, with box seats starting at $110. Tickets for the infield Mug Club, which include unlimited beer, are sold out. Weather? It's forecast to be partly sunny in Baltimore Saturday, with a high of 78. …
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Arundel High graduate TJ Holston is honored for his performance at the ECAC Mid-Atlantic tournament.
Arundel High School graduate TJ Holston recently earned special recognition for his performance at a top collegiate lacrosse tournament. Holston, a sophomore midfielder at Albright, scored four goals and recorded five assists in the ECAC Mid-Atlantic championship tournament. He scored twice in the championship game win over Frostburg State and was named Most Outstanding Player for the tournament. In his second season at Albright—also the second year for the school's lacrosse program—Holston helped lead the team to a 15-4 record. Albright finished second in the Commonwealth Conference, falling to Widener in overtime in the conference playoffs. See also: -- Subscribe to Patch newsletters to get headlines sent to your email inbox. Follow…
The Wildcats move into the regional semifinals of the Class 4A baseball playoffs.
The Arundel High Wildcats recorded another close win Monday to keep their season alive, eeking out a 1-0 victory against Old Mill on a first-inning sacrifice fly. The team played tight defense behind Cooper Hibbs to move on to the semifinals of the Class 4A East Regional tournament. The Wildcats did many little things in the field to keep Old Mill from crossing the plate. There was first baseman A.J. Robinson scooping numerous throws from across the diamond, while also snaring a few grounders of his own for putouts. There was Hibbs on the mound, allowing just a pair of hits and striking out four Patriots, while also recording a key pickoff in the fifth inning. "Coop pitched one heck of a game for himself and the defense stepped up when …