Injury-Riddled Seahawk’s Slump Hits Six

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s varsity football team started strong against Bennett at home on Senior Night last Friday, but the Clippers pulled away in the second half and sent the Seahawks to their sixth straight defeat.

The Seahawks entered the Senior Night game at home against Bennett riding a five-game losing streak after starting the season a promising 3-0. With fireworks scheduled for after the game and a big crowd on hand at home, the planets were lining up for the Seahawks to break the streak, and for a time it appeared Decatur might get back in the win column, but a series of ill-timed penalties and mistakes doomed the injury-riddled Seahawks in a season that has slipped away.

Bennett scored first and took an early lead, but Decatur bounced back with an 80-yard touchdown run by quarterback Darion McKenzie. After a Bennett field goal regained the lead for the Clippers, McKenzie broke off another 24-yard touchdown run to put the Seahawks back on top.

However, two touchdowns in the first half was all the Seahawks could muster in the game after Bennett made some adjustments and shut down Decatur’s offense in the second half. Meanwhile, the Clippers rode a handful of mistakes and penalties by the Seahawks to the 27-14 win. Decatur, now 3-6, closes out the 2015 campaign with the annual season-finale against Snow Hill on the road this year on Friday.

Decatur Girls Fall In Sectional Final

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s girls’ varsity soccer team lost a heartbreaker to Northeast on Tuesday in the state regional playoffs, falling to the Eagle’s, 2-1, after battling back to tie the game late. The Seahawks were the top seed in the state 3A-East Section II bracket and earned a first-round bye. Northeast, however, was seeded fourth and had to beat fifth-seeded … Continue reading

Worcester Boys Claim Conference Title

BERLIN- Worcester Prep’s boys’ varsity soccer team captured the Eastern Shore Independent Athletic Association (ESIAC) championship last week, beating Salisbury Christian, 1-0, on Friday. The Mallards beat Salisbury School, 3-0, last Wednesday to earn a return trip to the ESIAC championship game at home against Salisbury Christian and a shot at redemption. The Jaguars beat Worcester, 3-1, in the ESIAC … Continue reading

Lower Shore Teams Earn High Seeds In States

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-East Section II region, the Decatur boys’ varsity soccer team earned the number-two seed and a first-round bye. The Seahawks will face the winner of the first-round game between Atholton (3) … Continue reading

Post-Season Accolades Pile Up For WPS Golfers

BERLIN- Worcester Prep’s varsity golf team last week captured its ninth straight Eastern Shore Independent Athletic Conference (ESIAC) championship and collected a lot of post-season accolades along the way. The Mallards finished the conference championship match at GlenRiddle with a low team score of 167 to claim the title. Salisbury Christian finished second with a team score of 182 while … Continue reading

Mallards Complete Perfect Season With Title

BERLIN- Worcester Prep’s girls’ varsity soccer team completed its rare perfect season last week, beating old rival Saints Peter and Paul, 4-0, on Friday to claim the Eastern Shore Independent Athletic Conference championship and finish with an unblemished 11-0 record. Last Wednesday, the Mallards dispensed with Salisbury Christian, 6-0, in the ESIAC semifinals to earn a trip to the conference … Continue reading

Worcester Golfers Collect 9th ESIAC Title

BERLIN- For the ninth straight season, Worcester Prep’s varsity golf team captured the Eastern Shore Independent Athletic Conference (ESIAC) championship on Tuesday, coming in ahead of Salisbury Christian and Salisbury School. The Mallards finished with a low team score of 167 in the ESIAC championship match on Tuesday. Salisbury Christian finished in 182 and the Salisbury School came in at … Continue reading