Where Are They Now – Alexis McDonough

Former Decatur standout Alexis McDonough was named Student-Athlete of the Week at Hollins University in her first year as a freshman at the Virginia school.

Photo courtesy Hollins University

The following in the latest installment in an occasional series about the progress of local student-athletes who have gone on to succeed at the next level in their college careers. BERLIN- It didn’t take long for former Stephen Decatur High School standout soccer player Alexis McDonough to make an immediate impact at Hollins University. McDonough,… Read more »

Decatur Golfers Rebound With Win At Glen Riddle

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s varsity golf team outlasted the field and rainy conditions to win the match at Glen Riddle on Tuesday and gain a little much needed separation from rival Bennett. The Seahawks shot a team-low score of 164 in a steady drizzle at Glen Riddle on Tuesday, while second-place Bennett finished with a team… Read more »

Decatur Girls Vent On Wicomico In 10-0 Rout

BERLIN- After two narrow one-goal losses to start the season, Stephen Decatur’s girls’ varsity soccer team broke through with a vengeance in a 10-0 rout of Wicomico last week. The Seahawks opened the season with a tough 3-2 loss to Kent Island on the road back on September 8. In their home opener last Tuesday,… Read more »

Seahawks Thumped By Warriors, 40-10

This week’s Atlantic Physical Therapy “Tough Guy of the Week” award went to Alan Means for his strong performance in a loss to Easton last weekend. Pictured above is Means (center) flanked by ATP Director of Physical Therapy Charles Curran (left) and Head Coach Stan Griffin (right).

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BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s varsity football team took its lumps on the road last weekend, falling to high-scoring Easton, 40-10, in their first real loss in which they still weren’t very much in the contest until the end. Despite their 0-3 record, the Seahawks have been very competitive for the most part through the early part… Read more »

Decatur’s Aluma Commits To Wofford

Decatur basketball center Keve Aluma, a rising senior, this week announced he has committed to Wofford University in South Carolina after a summer-long recruiting process during which he was courted by several Division I schools.

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BERLIN- After an intense recruiting period during which he was courted by around a dozen Division I programs, Decatur’s standout rising senior center Keve Aluma announced last weekend he has committed to Wofford College in South Carolina. Aluma, a 6’8” senior at Decatur, was heavily recruited throughout the summer by several Division I schools before… Read more »

Missed Opportunities Sink Seahawks In 3-2 Loss

Decatur’s Jessica Wooten reverses direction against the North Caroline defender during the first half of Tuesday’s 3-2 loss.

Photo by Shawn Soper

BERLIN- Despite dominating for much of the contest, Stephen Decatur’s girls’ varsity soccer team fell to visiting North Caroline, 4-2, on Tuesday to fall to 0-2 on the young season. Right from the start, the Seahawks put immense pressure on North Caroline and spent much of the first half in the Bulldogs’ defensive end. Decatur… Read more »

Mallards Down Herons In Season Opener

BERLIN- Worcester Prep’s boys’ varsity soccer team got its 2016 campaign off to a good start last week with a tough come-from-behind win over Eastern Shore Independent Athletic Conference (ESIAC) rival Gunston on the road in the season opener. The Mallards trailed early, but battled back to take the 4-2 over the Herons. Seth Lewis… Read more »

38th Annual Challenge Cup Underway

OCEAN CITY- The Ocean City Marlin Club will face off against old nemesis Cape May this weekend in the 38th Charles Kratz and Scott Smith Challenge Cup, pitting boats and teams of anglers from each club against each other with bragging rights and the handsome trophy on the line for the next year. The Challenge… Read more »