BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s varsity golf team remained unbeaten at 6-0 this week after outpacing the field at Great Hope on Tuesday and setting a new school record in the process.
The Seahawks shot a team score of 149 on Tuesday at Great Hope, setting a new school team record for nine holes. Matt Kristick led the way with a one-under par 35 and earned medalist honors for the day. All of the Decatur golfers broke 40 at Great Hope on Tuesday including Brooks Holloway with a 37, Delaney Iacona with a 38 and Danny Parker and Matt Kinsey each with a 39.
The Seahawks outshot runner-up Parkside by 26 strokes. The Rams finished with a team score of 175. Bennett was second with a team score of 179 and Washington finished with a 180. With its 6-0 record, Decatur sits comfortably atop the standings with six team points. Bennett and Parkside are tied for second with 15 points each. The Seahawks have four golfers in the Top 10 in the south standings, including Kristick, who leads with an average of 39.5 through six matches. Other Decatur golfers in the Top 10 include Holloway, Kinsey and Iacona.
This week’s Atlantic Physical Therapy “Tough Guy of the Week” award went to Gus Esham for his outstanding play during a 21-0 loss to Cambridge-South Dorchester last week. Pictured above is Esham (center) flanked by Coach Bob Knox (left) and ATP Vice President Bobby Hammond, Jr. and Matthew Hammond (right).
Former Mallard Named to Navy HOF BERLIN- Former Worcester Prep soccer standout Martin Sanchez was recently inducted into the U.S. Naval Academy Athletics Hall of Fame after a remarkable four-year career at Annapolis. Sanchez, a 2010 graduate of Worcester Prep, where he led the Mallards to four straight Eastern Shore Independent Athletic Conference (ESIAC) titles, graduated from Navy last spring … Continue reading
BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s varsity football team fell to host Cambridge-South Dorchester, 21-0, last Friday to fall to 0-3 on the young season. The Vikings used a combination of stifling defense, miscues by Decatur and a strong running game to beat the Seahawks for the first time in 10 years. Decatur has shown a lot of heart in three losses against … Continue reading
BERLIN- Worcester Prep’s varsity field hockey team continued its early season dominance, beating Saints Peter and Paul, 1-0, last week to remain unbeaten. The Mallards have been dominating thus far, jumping out to a perfect 5-0 record. The streak includes three shutouts, including a 15-0 rout of Delmarva Christian and an 8-0 rout of Gunston. Worcester has also beaten Bayside … Continue reading
BERLIN- Worcester Prep’s girls’ varsity soccer team edged old rival Saints Peter and Paul, 1-0, last Friday to remain unbeaten on the season. After sweeping their first three games over Salisbury School, Gunston and Salisbury Christian, the Mallards were on a collision course with Saints Peter and Paul for the top of the ESIAC standings. In a tight, physical, well-played … Continue reading
BERLIN- Worcester Prep’s boys’ varsity soccer team blanked visiting Holly Grove, 5-0, on Monday to run its win streak to five games and improve to 6-1 on the season. The Mallards have now won five straight games in impressive fashion after an 8-0 loss to Indian River way back on September 3. Since that loss, Worcester has reeled off five … Continue reading
BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s girls’ varsity soccer team improved to 6-0 on the season this week with a come from behind win over Bennett, 3-1, on Tuesday. The Seahawks improved to 5-0 with a win over Wicomico last Friday. Jillian Petito led the way with three goals, while Rachel Bourne and Mallory Vara each added single goals. The win over the … Continue reading
BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s varsity football team lost its second straight to start the season last weekend, falling, 56-41, to Queen Anne’s despite a late charge at a comeback attempt. The Seahawks narrowly lost to Indian River two weeks ago in its season opener after falling behind early and mounting a late attempt at a comeback. It was a pattern that … Continue reading
BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s boys’ varsity soccer team got in the win column this week, knocking off visiting Mardela, 2-0, on Monday to improve to 1-2 on the young season. The Seahawks dropped their first two contests of the season in close fashion, falling to North Caroline on the road, 2-1, and Pocomoke on the road, also by a score of … Continue reading