Wednesday, August 29, 2012
The Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association is launching a new initiative to teach parents, coaches and students the ins and outs of college athletics.
The state's governing body of high school athletics is striving to make the transition to college easier on student-athletes. The Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association has put together a program to help families and schools better understand the process of college recruiting and eligibility. The service is provided through The Recruiting Education Foundation, Inc., a nonprofit organization. "We are happy to provide this informational program to our student-athletes and their families at no cost," MPSSAA Executive Director Ned Sparks said in a news release. "We highly encourage anyone who has aspirations of playing sports in college to watch this webinar. It is an outstanding first step in properly educating parents and …
Thursday, March 29, 2012
The Wildcats nearly erased a seven-run deficit but lost 9-7.
Thursday, March 29, 2012
The Arundel High baseball team nearly came back from a big early deficit, but ultimately lost 9-7 to Broadneck on Wednesday afternoon. The Wildcats jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first inning, but then gave up five runs in the fourth inning, chasing starter Cooper Hibbs. The Bruins added another four runs in the fifth. Arundel staged a rally in the sixth, with five runs paced by a triple by Syeed Mahdi and RBI singles by Keith Grassel, Mike Heverling and Ethan Plummer. In the seventh inning, Mahdi reached on a double and move to third on Heverling's infield single. But Plummer grounded into a fielder's choice to the third baseman to end the game. Logan Crum homered for Broadneck in the win. Photographer Todd Breese was on hand to catch …
Thursday, October 13, 2011
Patch.com takes time to offer you some of the best county-wide sports action, along with a look ahead to some of the more important games.
The South River girls field hockey team remained undefeated in county play after topping Northeast 7-0 on Tuesday. Seven different Lady Seahawk players scored in the victory. Annapolis High had its seven-game winning streak snapped by Broadneck, 4-1, in a match up of two of the county's better field hockey teams. Last Thursday, Old Mill powered its way to the top of the county standings. The Patriots defeated the county's only other undefeated side, Arundel High, 47-10. Running back Rob Chesson stole the show with a 203 yards and five touchdown performance. In a battle of what will likely be the third best football team in the county, South River survived Severna Park, 33-28. Quarterback Connor Cox's gaudy numbers (358 yards and five …
Saturday, December 18, 2010
Old Mill's boys basketball team downed Pasadena 89-49, while the girls were edged closely by the Northeast Eagles 46-44.
The Old Mill boys basketball team enjoyed a significant victory over the Northeast Eagles on Friday night, topping the Pasadena squad 89-49. Despite the impressive end total, the game was close for the first half. Old Mill was actually behind at the end of the first quarter, 10-12. At the half, they had taken the lead to 31-27. During the third quarter however, the Patriots surged ahead as if it were a championship game, scoring an even thirty points. Coach Greg Smith went into the game optimistic, but not overconfident. "Northeast always plays us tough. Plus, we've got some injuries, so we're going to have to do without some players out there we'd like to see." Some players on the squad said Coach Smith must have been glad to see still on…