Sunday, May 12, 2013
Meanwhile, several local baseball teams move on
It was a tough Friday for the Arundel lacrosse teams, as both the girls and boys fell in the MPSSAA state tournament. The Arundel boys were upset 11-9 by Chesapeake, while the girls fell 14-9 to top-seeded Huntingtown. South River, however, remains alive in the tourament with both its teams advancing. The Seahawk boys topped Broadneck 11-7 and will play at Huntingtown on Monday. The girls secured a big 19-1 win over Northern High on Friday, and will next host Huntingtown. Arundel to Host Old Mill in Baseball The Arundel baseball team earned a first-round bye in the state tournament, setting up a second round matchup against local rival Old Mill on Monday. Old Mill moved to the second round by beating Glen Burnie 7-4 on Friday. South …
Monday, March 4, 2013
A few local wrestlers went to the state tournament in College Park this weekend.
Two area wrestlers placed at the state wrestling tournament in College Park this weekend. Tanner Chaplain, a junior at Arundel High School, and Travis Chidebe, a sophomore at Meade High School, each took third place in their respective weight classes. Chaplain won his first two matches in the 120-pound weight class, lost his third match, and then won his final two, placing third. Chidebe won his first match in the 145-pound weight class, lost his second match, then won his final four, finishing third. Meade senior Juan Coronado appeared in two matches, but lost both of them. For the full results from the state wrestling tournament, see the MPSSAA website.
Thursday, February 21, 2013
The Annapolis Panthers handed Arundel its only loss in the county this season.
After making it through the regular season without a loss in county, the Arundel High boys basketball team fell to Annapolis Wednesday in the county title game. Annapolis secured the title with a 51-49 win over Arundel as time expired. The Wildcats had not lost to a team from Anne Arundel County since a similar buzzer-beater loss to Old Mill last year. The Capital reported that Juan Brown stole the ball in the waning seconds and ran the length of the floor to drain a layup right at the buzzer. Both Annapolis and Arundel will now prepare for the MPSSAA playoffs. Annapolis is the No. 4 seed in the Class 3A East bracket, and secured a first-round bye. The Panthers will face the winner of the game between Howard and Northeast. Arundel is …
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, May 10, 2012
The Lady Wildcats move on to the second round of the state playoffs after a 25-12 victory.
Thursday, May 10, 2012
The Arundel High School girls lacrosse team won big in its playoff opener Wednesday, topping Great Mills 25-12. The Lady Wildcats now move on to face county champion South River on Friday. Photographer Todd Breese was on hand to capture Wednesday's game from Great Mills in St. Mary's County. Did you take photos from the game? Share them here.