OCEAN CITY- The Seaside 10 and associated 5K race returns to Ocean City for the 21st year on Saturday as part of the resort’s ongoing special events during the month of October.
Hundreds of running enthusiasts will gather in Ocean City this weekend for the annual Seaside 10 and 5K, which will kick off tomorrow morning at the Inlet. The Seaside 10 will start at the Inlet parking lot and continue north on the Boardwalk to 27th Street. From there, runners will travel along Baltimore Ave. to Coastal Highway and head north to a turnaround at 68th Street. The runners will then come back along the same route in a southerly direction to a finish at the Inlet.
The 5K race will be run entirely on the Boardwalk with a start and finish at the Inlet. As usual, the Seaside 10 and 5K races will have a Halloween theme and many of the runners will be dressed in costume. The Seaside 10 will begin at 9 a.m. and the 5K will start soon thereafter at 9:15 a.m.
BERLIN- Senior captain Jillian Petito’s fourth goal on the game, on her birthday no less, gave Stephen Decatur’s girls’ varsity soccer team a dramatic 5-4 sudden death overtime win over Queen Anne’s in the Bayside Conference championship game at Wicomico County Stadium on Tuesday. Decatur, which claimed the Bayside South title last week with a big win over rival Parkside, … Continue reading
This week’s Atlantic Physical Therapy “Tough Guy of the Week” award went to Decatur’s Justin Longest for his outstanding play in a loss to Wicomico last week. Pictured above is Longest (center) flanked by Coach Bob Knox (left) and ATP President and CEO Bob Hammond and Sophia Hammond (right). Submitted photo
BERLIN- The state playoff brackets were released this week with Decatur and many of the Lower Shore fall sports teams earning high seeds in their respective tournaments. In the 3A-South-Section I region, the Decatur boys’ varsity soccer team earned a number-4 seed and will face fifth-seeded Northeast at home this afternoon. Huntingtown is the top seed in the region and … Continue reading
Stephen Decatur’s freshmen class recently won the in the second annual Decatur Way 5K, turning in the fastest combined time as a team. The freshmen class was awarded a donation from the Athletic Boosters and a matching donation from the 5K proceeds. Pictured during last week’s check presentation are, from left, Assistant Principal Ryan Cowder, Jack Reiner, Trent Chetelat, Freshman … Continue reading
The Berlin Seahawks Mitey Mites team lost its first game of the season by a single point last week in the driving rain in Dover. Pictured , Berlin’s Griffin Jones and Cole Lynch stack up a Dover runner during the contest. Submitted photo
BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s modest one-game winning streak was short-lived after the Seahawks fell to Wicomico, 40-12, last Thursday. Two weeks ago, the Seahawks beat North Caroline for their first win of the season and with four straight Bayside South teams to finish out the season, it appeared they might be able to improve on their 1-5 mark. However, Decatur lost … Continue reading
OCEAN CITY- The 15th Annual Rocktoberfest tournament hosted by Bahia Marina last weekend was again a big success with several big fish caught in multiple categories during the 24-hour event. The annual Rocktoberfest tournament got underway at 4 p.m. last Saturday and concluded at 4 p.m. on Sunday. For the record, Hugh Cropper on the “Myra HT” took first … Continue reading
OCEAN CITY- The Ocean City Recreation and Parks Department is looking for coaches for the upcoming late fall and winter youth indoor soccer leagues. The leagues will be open to boys and girls in grades K-12. The games begin November 8 and run through February 7 and the time very depending on the grade and age groups, but generally, the … Continue reading
BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s varsity football team last week notched its first win of the season after five defeats, holding on against host North Caroline, 31-26, after a see-saw battle. The Seahawks had lost five straight to start the season, but had played well for the most part and a handful of miscues and misplays had proven to be their undoing … Continue reading