Decatur Golfers Win Season Opener

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s varsity golf team won its season opener on Tuesday, besting the field with a team low score of 156 in the first Bayside match of the year at the Newport Bay course at the Ocean City Golf Club. The Seahawks posted a team score of 156 to win the match, while Bennett… Read more »

Record Payout in 25th Mid-Atlantic Tournament

The “Fishing for MD” crew caught this whopping 53-pound dolphin on day four of the Mid-Atlantic Tournament last week to take first place in the division and earn $26,226 in prize money. The “Fishing for MD” crew is affiliated with the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) and dedicates fundraising and various prize earnings to the organization.

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OCEAN CITY- A continued red-hot white marlin bite highlighted the 25th Annual Mid-Atlantic Tournament, which concluded last Friday with a few new records in the books including over $3 million in prize money doled out to the winners in several categories. The Mid-Atlantic is one of the late season highlights in the resort’s summer offshore… Read more »

Falls Sports Underway

Fall Sports Underway- Evidence of another fall high school sports season was evident all over the region on Wednesday with friendly neighborhood rivals Stephen Decatur and Worcester Prep scrimmaging in boys’ and girls’ soccer and field hockey. Pictured above, the Decatur and Worcester Prep girls’ soccer teams congratulate each other after a well-played scrimmage early… Read more »

High School Tennis Grand Prix Concludes

Bennett’s Luke Murphy (left) beat teammate Brock Forsythe (right) last Sunday to win the boys’ Golf Flight title in the summer-long Delmarva High School Grand Prix in Ocean City. Pictured in center is tournament director Bruzz Truitt.

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OCEAN CITY- The Delmarva High School Grand Prix summer-long tennis tournament series concluded last weekend with championships earned in several divisions. The championship tournaments featured top players from seven different high schools vying for the coveted trophies. The boys’ Gold Flight was dominated by players from Bennett High School. Bennett’s Luke Murphy beat another Bennett… Read more »

OC Fall Flag Football League Forming

OCEAN CITY- The Ocean City Recreation and Parks Department’s Fall Flag Football League is getting ready to start with an organizational meeting set for next week. The league formed several years ago as an informal collection of teams representing local businesses gathering each Monday evening in the fall. Over a decade ago, it became an… Read more »

58th Labor Day Tournament Set For Next Week

OCEAN CITY- The Ocean City Marlin Club’s annual Labor Day White Marlin Tournament returns next weekend for the 58th time as the “granddaddy” of resort area fishing tournaments. While it may lack the glamour and high payouts of the White Marlin Open, the Ocean City Marlin Club’s 56th Annual Labor Day White Marlin Tournament trumps… Read more »

Knox Taking Leave Of Absence After 33 years

BERLIN- For the first time in 33 years, Stephen Decatur’s varsity football team is going through its pre-season camp without its familiar head coach Bob Knox leading the way. Decatur Principal Tom Zimmer on Monday announced Knox, who has roamed the sidelines for the Seahawks every year since 1984, is taking a leave of absence… Read more »

Despite Protest, Poor Girls Open A Big Success

The 23rd Annual Poor Girls Open was once again a big success with thousands of dollars in prize money doled out to the winners in some categories and more importantly, a $100,000 check to the American Cancer Society. Pictured above, tournament director Shawn Harman presents the big check to the happy recipients during the awards ceremony.

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OCEAN CITY- Despite a protest that has left the billfish release division final standings still in question, the 23rd Annual Poor Girls Open last weekend was once again a huge success with a record number of boats and anglers participating, and most importantly a big contribution to the American Cancer Society. Sandwiched between the high… Read more »