Saturday, May 18, 2013
Patch rounds up the top stories from around the county this past week.
Here are top headlines from the eight Patch sites in Anne Arundel County. Click each headline to read the full story. Old Mill Complex Receives Bomb Threat, Teen Arrested Police say an 18-year-old Baltimore man made threats for personal reasons, and there was no evidence of a real threat to student safety. Read more on Odenton-Severn Patch. Elevation Burger Opens at Waugh Chapel The newest dining option in Gambrills offers organic burgers. Read more on Crofton Patch. 'Tanked' Stars Show Off New Aquariums at Westfield Annapolis Mall Two aquariums being built by the TV show's experts will be centerpieces for a remodeled section of the mall that will include a new dining cafe. Read more on Annapolis Patch. Del. Don Dwyer Sentenced to 30 Days …
Thursday, May 16, 2013
Police say an 18-year-old Baltimore man made threats for personal reasons, and there was no evidence of any real threat to student safety
Anne Arundel County police arrested an 18-year-old Baltimore man Thursday, after he was accused of threatening to plant bombs near the Old Mill school complex in Millersville. Police said an investigation revealed there was no real threat to student safety but they arrested Matthew Permenter of Jack Place in Baltimore, charging him with several counts of making threats and false statements. Permenter reportedly made the threats on social media. Police spokesman Justin Mulcahy said an investigation determined Permenter made the threat because he was frustrated about being unable to attend the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life, which takes place Friday night at the Old Mill complex. Police said that the school resource officer at the…
Monday, May 13, 2013
The Arundel and Old Mill baseball teams faced off in the MPSSAA Class 4A playoffs. Follow the recap of our live game log on Patch.
Arundel hosted Old Mill in the second round of the Class 4A East region baseball playoffs on Monday. Arundel prevailed 1-0 behind a strong pitching performance by Cooper Hibbs. The Wildcats will next play the winner of the Meade-North County game. You can look here for a recap of the game. Also check Patch later for a gallery of photos, video and some reaction from players and coaches.
Thursday, May 9, 2013
The Wildcats are the No. 2 seed in the Class 4A East region. They could play Old Mill in the second round.
The Arundel High baseball team earned a first-round bye in the upcoming state baseball tournament. The Wildcats are the No. 2 seed in the Class 4A East region after finishing the regular season with 10 straight wins. Meanwhile, Old Mill High earned the 10th seed in the east region and will play Glen Burnie. The winner of that game will play at Arundel in the second round. North Point High in Calvert County is the top seed in the east region. Arundel is the defending regional champion. See the full state tournament bracket at mpssaa.countysportszone.com
Monday, May 6, 2013
The high school playoff brackets for baseball, softball and lacrosse will be announced, with several local teams vying for top seeds.
Local high school teams will learn their paths to a potential state title this week, as the playoff brackets are announced for baseball, softball and lacrosse. The best teams will be vying for top seeds and first-round byes, with most teams likely playing in the MPSSAA Class 4A East region. Here's a look at how things might shake out. LACROSSE (Bracket announced Monday) The Arundel and South River boys should be in contention for a top seed. Arundel finished 13-1 and South River went 12-2 overall, but South River handed Arundel its only loss on the year. Don't be surprised if these teams meet in the regional finals. On the girls' side, South River will contend for a top seed after running to a perfect county record. Arundel (6-7), Meade…
Friday, April 26, 2013
The event Sunday afternoon at Greenway Bowl will raise funds to support those with intellectual disabilities.
Bowling enthusiasts will gather in Odenton on Sunday for a special event on behalf of those with intellectual disabilities, and to support the formation of a new club at Old Mill High School. The 4th annual "ChloBowl" event is returning to Greenway Bowl, with proceeds to support Chloe's Cause and Best Buddies. Chloe's Cause was initially created to raise funds and awareness for those with Down Syndrome who were also battling cancer. It was named after 6-year-old Chloe Coccia, who survived a bout with Leukemia. The charity has since branched out to offer help to all groups who support those with intellectual disabilities. It also has raised money (more than $70,000 to date) to pay medical bills for affected families. "There are so many …
Friday, April 5, 2013
The boys prevailed over the Bruins, 13-6, while the girls fell 18-5.
The Arundel High boys lacrosse team continued its winning ways on Friday, topping rival Broadneck 13-6 at Carroll Field. The Arundel girls, meanwhile, fell 18-5 to the Lady Bruins. Check out our gallery of the action in Gambrills from photographer Todd Breese.
Sunday, March 17, 2013
South River and Arundel High lacrosse and baseball will be among those in action.
There's virtually no break between the winter and spring sports seasons at local high schools. Teams from South River and Arundel High will begin regular season play this week. Lacrosse, bocce and baseball are among the sports in action. Here's a look at the varsity schedule. Baseball Arundel at South River, Thursday, 4 p.m. Hammond High at Arundel, Friday, 4 p.m. Glenelg at Arundel, Saturday, 11 a.m. Old Mill at Chesapeake, Thursday, 4 p.m. Anne Arundel Christian School at Old Mill High, Saturday, noon. Softball Arundel at South River, Thursday, 4 p.m. Arundel at River Hill, Saturday, 2 p.m. Old Mill at Chesapeake, Thursday, 4 p.m. Long Reach at Old Mill High, Saturday, noon. Girls Lacrosse North County at Arundel, Thursday, 4 p.…
Friday, February 1, 2013
Runners from Arundel, Meade and Old Mill High Schools secured first place finishes in a variety of events at the Jan. 29 meet. Old Mill won the boys team title.
Runners and jumpers from local high school fared well at the recent Anne Arundel County Indoor Track and Field Championships. The Jan. 29 even in Landover featured good performances from runners and jumpers from Arundel, Meade and Old Mill High Schools. Old Mill won the overall team title on the boys side, with Meade fourth and Arundel sixth. On the girls side, Meade finished third behind Severna Park and Broadneck, while Arundel finished fifth and Meade was seventh. Here's a look at some top five performances from local athletes: OLD MILL Boys 3rd place, 4x400 relay. 4th place, 4x200 relay Travon Edwards - 1st place, triple jump; 1st place, long jump, 2nd place, high jump. Jahmel Davis - 2nd place, triple jump. (Also 8th place, long …
Tuesday, December 4, 2012
The International Economics and Finance program will kick off Tuesday.
Old Mill High School on Tuesday will formally introduce its new signature program focusing on International Economics and Finance. The school will host a kickoff event 5-7 p.m. in the school cafeteria, featuring a career fair with 31 businesses and a keynote speech from financial planner Robert Brokamp. By the end of the year, every high school in Anne Arundel County will have its own signature program, according to a press release. Locally, Arundel High is now in its third full year with with the Global Citizenship and Community Development program, while Meade High operates a Homeland Security signature program.