Worcester Prep Girls Honored For Excellence During Spring Season

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Worcester Prep girls were honored for excellence during the spring season. Pictured, first row, from left: Caroline Pasquariello, JV Girls’ Lacrosse, MVP; Olivia Bescak, Most Improved, varsity lacrosse; Fiona Reid, girls’ tennis, Most Improved; Natalie Twilley, girls’ tennis, Coach’s Award. Pictured back row, from left: Kaylee Dickerson, JV lacrosse, Most Improved; Mia Meacci, JV’ Lacrosse, Coach’s Award; Molly Soule, varsity lacrosse, Coach’s Award; Sophie Brennan, varsity lacrosse, MVP; and Tatjana Kondraschow, tennis, Most Valuable Player.

 

 

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Decatur Track Athletes Solid At State Meet

BERLIN- Fresh off a strong performance in the state 3A-South regionals, a handful of Stephen Decatur varsity track athletes last weekend competed in the state championship meet in Baltimore with solid results. The Seahawks were strongest in the pole vault at regionals, just as they have been for years. In the regional meet on the girls’ side, Katie Hofman won … Continue reading

First ESA Delmarva Contest On Saturday

ASSATEAGUE- The Eastern Surfing Association (ESA) Delmarva District will hold its first surfing contest of the 2015 season at Assateague State Park tomorrow, Saturday, May 30 and the event is open to surfers of all ages who are interested in participating. “I like to say that the ESA is the Little League for surfers,” said ESA Executive Director Michelle Sommers … Continue reading

Worcester Prep Boys Spring Sports Standouts Honored

Worcester Prep honored its spring sports standouts last week. Pictured, from row, from left: Quinn Lukas, tennis, MVP; Erik Zorn, tennis, Most Improved; Wyatt Richins, lacrosse, Coach’s Award; Wade Walter, lacrosse, MVP. Pictured back row, from left: Kyle Chandler, tennis, Coach’s Award; and Michael Brittingham; varsity lacrosse, Most Improved.

Loss In State Title Game Does Little To Tarnish Remarkable Season

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s girls’ varsity lacrosse team’s bid for a state championship and a perfect season ended with a heart-breaking 10-7 loss to Baltimore-area powerhouse Century in the title game on Wednesday, but the loss did little to tarnish what was a remarkable season for the Seahawks. Decatur entered the state championship game against Century as a decided underdog as … Continue reading