Early Voting A Hit In County

BERLIN – If early turnout numbers are any indication, voters in Worcester County and across Maryland have embraced the concept of early voting, approved by state referendum two years ago, as significant numbers have taken advantage of the first-year opportunity. For the first time in history, Maryland voters this year have been afforded the opportunity… Read more »

Worcester Girls Advance in Tourney

BERLIN- After struggling somewhat down the stretch in recent games, Worcester Prep’s girls’ varsity soccer had a big day when it mattered most, thrashing visiting Salisbury Christian, 7-0, at home on Wednesday in the semifinals of the ESIAC tournament. After winning their first six games of the season, the Mallards hit the wall somewhat toward… Read more »

Decatur Golfers Fare Well at States

BERLIN- The Stephen Decatur varsity golfers who qualified individually for the state championship tournament at the University of Maryland this week acquitted themselves well with two reaching their respective finals matches on Wednesday. Jake Miller, Nikki Rafer and Joe Iacona each qualified for the state tournament this week and two, Miller and Rafer, advance to… Read more »

Seahawks Suffer First Loss

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s girls’ varsity volleyball team suffered its first loss of the season this week, falling to host Kent Island 3-2 in a five-game marathon decided by a tie-breaker. The Seahawks have been dominant all season, jumping out to a perfect 13-0 record before Tuesday’s loss on the road the Kent Island. In 10… Read more »

Berlin Dolphins Remain Unbeaten

BERLIN- The Berlin Dolphins youth football leagues continued their unbeaten seasons this week with the Cadet Dolphins blanking Pocomoke, 19-0, and the Junior Dolphins routing Princess Anne, 53-0. The Cadet Dolphins got Pocomoke down early, scoring on their very first possession, and never looked back, cruising to the 19-0 win to improve to 5-0 on… Read more »

Seahawks Stay on Big Roll

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s varsity football team continued its big roll last weekend, routing host Parkside, 38-6, to even its record at 4-4 in what has been a topsy-turvy season. The Seahawks dominated Bayside South rival Parkside in every phase of the game on the road last Friday to cruise to the 38-6 win. The win… Read more »

Decatur Fall Teams Prep for States

BERLIN- Most of Stephen Decatur’s fall sports teams have wrapped up their regular seasons and are now preparing to move on to regional state championship tournaments after successful 2010 campaigns. Decatur’s boys’ varsity soccer team finished its regular season with a 9-3 record and earned a number-three seed in the state Class 3A-East region tournament… Read more »

Dolphins Forming Cheerleading Squad

BERLIN- The Berlin Dolphins youth football organization this week announced it was forming its first-ever youth cheerleading and dance squad. The Dolphins’ organization is seeking youngsters ages 5-13 to join the newest addition to the local youth football family.  Practices will be held at Showell Park and Buckingham Elementary. Performances, competitions and practices are ongoing…. Read more »

Seacrets Lone Unbeaten in Flag League

OCEAN CITY- The Ocean City Recreation and Parks Department’s Fall Flag Football League continued this week with just one team, Seacrets, remaining unbeaten after a battle between the frontrunners. Something had to give when league leading and unbeaten Seacrets and Schell Brothers-Greene Turtle met for the first time this year on Monday. Seacrets edged Schell… Read more »

Mallards Cruise to ESIAC Final

BERLIN- Worcester Prep’s boys’ varsity soccer team breezed past old rival Salisbury School, 4-0, on Wednesday in the semifinals of the Eastern Shore Independent Athletic Conference (ESIAC) tournament to earn another date in the championship game. The Mallards scored early on a goal by Andrew Ternahan off an assist from Michael Dayton-Jones to take a… Read more »