28th St. Pat’s Soccer Tourney Set To Return

OCEAN CITY- The  Ocean City Recreation and Parks Department’s 28th annual St. Patrick’s Soccer Tournament returns next weekend with roughly 150 teams and hundreds of players from all over the mid-Atlantic region expected to converge on the resort for the four-weekend event.

From modest beginnings 28 years ago, the annual St. Patrick’s Tournament has grown by leaps and bounds over the years and is now one of the largest events of its kind. The 2015 tournament will host over 150 teams competing in 12 divisions. The tournament will be held on four consecutive weekends starting February 26-28, when the under 18 boys’ and girls’ tournaments will be held along with the new Adult Co-Rec Division.

The tournament will be held each weekend thereafter with different boys’ and girls’ age divisions competing, turning Northside Park into ground zero for indoor soccer competition throughout February and into March. The month-long event will culminate with the adult men’s and women’s tournaments on March 13-15. The format will be pool play followed by a single elimination tournament to determine the champions in each division.

 

Seahawks Show No Signs Of Letdown

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s boys’ varsity basketball team showed no signs of letting up after the big win over Pocomoke last week, beating two Bayside South opponents this week to run its winning streak to eight games. The Seahawks took care of business this week, beating Crisfield, 70-45, last Thursday, followed by a 61-49 win over Washington on the road on … Continue reading

Romano Wins Regional Title In High Jump

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s varsity indoor track teams turned in solid performances at the state 3A-East Regional Meet this week, including a regional championship in the high jump for Christina Romano. The Seahawks competed in the 3A-East Region meet over two days this week on Monday and Tuesday. The highlight for Decatur was a first-place finish and regional championship in the … Continue reading

Decatur Girls Rout Washington, 75-44

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s girls’ varsity basketball team stayed on a big roll this week with a couple of conference wins, including a 75-44 rout of Washington at home on Tuesday. The Seahawks cruised past Crisfield, 64-18, last Thursday, showing little signs of a letdown after a big win over rival Pocomoke earlier in the week. Back in action on Tuesday … Continue reading

Former Pocomoke Standout Named To National Team

POCOMOKE- Former Pocomoke High School field hockey standout Taylor West, who was part of four straight state championship teams for the Warriors, has been named to Team USA after U.S. Women’s National Team Trials last month. West, who starred at Pocomoke under late Coach Susan Pusey and won four state championships during her time at the Worcester County school, was … Continue reading

Seahawk Wrestlers Enjoy Big Week

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s varsity wrestling team enjoyed a big week, sweeping a dual meet against Cambridge-South Dorchester and Kent County last Wednesday before beating Queen Anne’s and Bennett in meets on Friday and Monday. Against Cambridge-South Dorchester in the dual meet last Wednesday, Robert Kaminski beat Mason Brunner at 106 and Josh Lawson beat Xavier Spencer at 113. Cambridge got … Continue reading

Seahawks Rout Warriors In Pressure Cooker

BERLIN – Perhaps the biggest high school basketball matchup of the season certainly lived up to the hype on Tuesday as the Stephen Decatur boys’ varsity team pulled away from Bayside South and Worcester County rival Pocomoke in an emotionally charged game in front of a packed house. It was standing room only at Decatur on Tuesday with the Worcester … Continue reading

Seahawks Score Well At Bayside Championships

BERLIN – Stephen Decatur’s varsity indoor track teams scored well at the Bayside Championship meet last week with both the girls and boys finishing third in the team standings along with some top finishes in individual events. The Decatur boys finished third overall in the team standings with 62 total points, while North Caroline was first with 157 and Parkside … Continue reading

Local Boat Heads South For ‘Wicked Tuna’

OCEAN CITY – With the severe storm passed and the snotty seas subsided, the Ocean City-based sportfishing boat “Foolish Pleasures” with Captain Dale Lisi and crew left the resort area on Monday for the Outer Banks in North Carolina to begin preparing for the latest season of “Wicked Tuna.” Lisi and the “Foolish Pleasures” based at the Ocean City Fishing … Continue reading